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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Gleb Polushin
Relevant Documents Search System
Software Engineering
(Bachelor’s programme)
10
2016
The focus of the work is on the development of relevant document search system. Relevancy implies the similarity of documents topics. The developed system will make it possible to reduce complexity of literature search operations. The object of research is a process of relevant literature search. The subject of research is keywords extraction methods and algorithms and automated search based on keywords.

The paper consists of introduction, three chapters, conclusion, bibliography with 36 titles, and three appendices. The work is in 41 pages, containing 14 illustrations and 7 tables.

Introduction describes the research topic, indicates major problems, gives research topicality, states aims and objectives. In the first chapter the overview of existing solutions in the area of relevant documents search is presented. Keywords extraction approaches and scientific electronic resources allowing users to perform search based on keywords are also demonstrated. The second chapter includes the subject area analysis, describes the stages of system design and main algorithms. The process of components implementation and integration is given in the third chapter. The conclusion summarizes obtained results and future research perspectives. Appendix A shows sequence diagrams describing system behavior. Appendix Б presents flowchart diagram containing keywords selection algorithm. The source code of the developed system is given in appendix В.

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