Search engines use the Page Ranking Algorithms to deliver the search results by taking the relevance, importance and content score into consideration. Web mining techniques are brought to use by the search engines for the extraction of relevant documents from the web database documents and supply the necessary and required information to the users. If the search results are not displayed according to the user’s interest then it will lead to the search engine losing its popularity. PageRank is the famous web page sorting algorithm used commonly by Google.com. The web page whose content is often updated by the owner with the most relevant data obviously gains the user casually getting attracted towards that web page. This makes the web page to get more interests than its competitors. On the other hand, this is not possible with Page Rank algorithm as the referential concept only provides the URL irrespective of the content. This paper optimizes the Page Rank Algorithm with Cuckoo Search Optimization Algorithm (OCSPRA) and compares with OptimizedBee Colony Page Ranking Algorithm (OBPRA).
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Search Engine, Bee Colony, Cuckoo Search, Optimization.