IR with and without GA: Study the Effectiveness of the Developed Fitness Function on the Two Suggested Approaches

@article{AlDallal2013IRWA,
  title={IR with and without GA: Study the Effectiveness of the Developed Fitness Function on the Two Suggested Approaches},
  author={Ammar Al-Dallal and Rasha S. Abdul-Wahab and Ramzi El-Haddadeh},
  journal={Int. J. Appl. Metaheuristic Comput.},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={1-20}
}
This paper proposes two IR approaches; the first is IR with GA, which is a GA-based IR approach. This approach introduces modified GA operators that allow IR with GA to achieve high performance. The second IR model is IR without GA, which is based on traditional IR approach. Both enhance the precision and recall of the web search by improving the document representation where an enhanced inverted index is developed for this purpose. Moreover, these two models use the same proposed evaluation… 
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