IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 4, April 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Shikha Gupta, Vinod Jain, Pawan Bhadana
Available information is expanding day by day and this availability makes access and proper organization to the archives critical for efficient use of information. People generally rely on information retrieval (IR) system to get the desired result. In such a case, it is the duty of the service provider to provide relevant, proper and quality information to the user against the query submitted to the IR System. With time, many old techniques have been modified, and many new techniques are developing to do effective retrieval over large collections. This paper is concerned with the analysis and comparison of various available page ranking algorithms based on the various parameters to find out their advantages and limitations in ranking the pages. This paper proposed a new page ranking system that will combine the old tf/idf weight and a new document-context-weight to find the rank of the documents.