Fuzzy Keyword Search over Encrypted Data in Cloud Computing using String Matching Algorithm

S. Thangavelu, N. Siranjeevi, P. K. Shanmugam

Abstract


Abstract

As cloud computing ends up plainly overarching, over and extra sensitive information square measure being incorporated into the cloud. In spite of the fact that antiquated accessible encoding plans empower a client to immovably seek over scrambled learning through catchphrases and by choice recover records of premium, these systems bolster exclusively exact watchword look. Amid this paper, for the most vital time, we have a tendency to celebrate and explain the matter of powerful fuzzy keyword look over encoded cloud information though keeping up catchphrase security. Fuzzy catchphrase seek significantly improves framework ease of use by restoring the coordinating records once clients' watching out information sources particularly coordinate the predefined watchwords or the most noteworthy achievable coordinating documents upheld catchphrase similitude semantics, once exact match comes up short. In our answer, we tend to misuse alter separation to evaluate watchwords closeness and create two propelled procedures on building fuzzy catchphrase sets that succeed enhanced capacity and delineation overheads. We keep an eye on any greenhorn image based trie-cross watching out topic, wherever a multi-way tree structure is made up abuse images revamped from the fluffy catchphrase sets. Through security investigation, we tend to demonstrate that our anticipated answer is secure and protection saving, though appropriately understanding the objective of fuzzy watchword seek. Top to bottom test show the intensity of the anticipated answer.

Keywords: String matching formula, fuzzy keyword

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Thangavelu S, Siranjeevi N, Shanmugam PK. Fuzzy Keyword Search over Encrypted Data in Cloud Computing Using String Matching Algorithm. Journal of Operating Systems Development & Trends. 2017; 4(2): 8–12p.



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