Implementation of Information Retrieval (IR) in an Electronic Commerce Architecture using Back propagation Network Learning Algorithm
Dr. Riktesh Srivastava
Associate Professor, Information Systems Skyline University College, Sharjah, UAE
The present study assesses the technique of back propagation neural networks to appraise the required Information Retrieval (IR) and thereby decreasing the average response time of an Electronic Commerce architecture. In order to delineate the response time, diverse array of user requests were engaged per unit time. Furthermore, engagement of Back Propagation Network Learning (BPNL) algorithm is used to train the requests of the users and summarize the average response time and augment the enactment of the system. The comprehensive study does the comparative investigation to express the average response time for ANN enabled and without-ANN- enabled algorithm. The objective was to plaid whether ANN enabled algorithm had any bearing on the overall performance of the system. For BPNL algorithm, the information retrieval for the user queries were steered for 9 repetitions and then thorough phases were accomplished to assess the response time. After each iterations, error rates were dogged and then feed forward and back propagation algorithm were used to improve the performance. The experimentation will find its prominence in imminent Electronic Commerce system project and employment and will convey the outline for such investigation. Finally, the study expands the meticulous inferences of the study. Keywords: Electronic Commerce architecture, BPNL Algorithm, ANN. 1. Introduction
The training of requests for finding the exact content from the list of information stored in an Electronic Commerce setup can be termed as a mathematical problem. Many mathematical equations were defined and implemented to get the fast results and output match the expectation of the end user. The study is an attempt to conduct the experiment of Information Retrieval (IR) using Artificial Neural...