Shuichi ICHIKAWA : Personal Page His research interests include parallel and distributed processing, highperformancecomputing, Google, Search meta.tutkie.tut.ac.jp Search WWW http://meta.tutkie.tut.ac.jp/~ichikawa/index-e.html
Extractions: Publication List Curriculum Vitae Shuichi Ichikawa received his D.S. degree in Information Science from the University of Tokyo in 1991. He has been affiliated with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (19911994), Nagoya University (19941996), and Toyohashi University of Technology (since 1997). Currently, he is an associate professor of the Department of Knowledge-based Information Engineering of Toyohashi University of Technology. His research interests include parallel and distributed processing, high-performance computing, and custom computing machinery. He is a member of ACM, IEEE, IPSJ, and IEICE. Postal: Dept. Knowledge-Based Information Engineering
AllSearchEngines.com The net s top search engine index, a handy search engine directory. Bookmark thispage NOW! meta Search Engines Pay For Position SEs Web Directories http://www.allsearchengines.com/
Extractions: AltaVista - Lots of neat extras, such as translation. Yahoo! - Web index pioneer. Such a huge directory, it is a virtual SE. DMOZ - Similar to Yahoo! Human editted. Excite - Owns easy to use Webcrawler Lycos - "Wolfspider" (Latin) . Owns HotBot offering parallel, scalable searches. Search a domain, eg. [.edu]. Northern Light - Has a special pay collection. IX Quick - Highly rated. Kanoodle -Paid position SE. NBCi/ Snap - New respect for this search engine. Overture - Formerly GoTo. Go / InfoSeek - Slipping. MSN - Bill Gates extends his reach.
MetaSearch Engines: SearchTools Report meta search engines send queries to other search engines and collate the meta search engines simply read each search results page and extract the text http://www.searchtools.com/info/metasearch.html
Extractions: Home Guide Tools List News ... About Us A metasearch engine sends queries to multiple search engines and other data sources, then collates the results in some way and formats them for display. The data sources can be internal indexes, associated text search engines, database search engines, message archives, Intranet or webwide search engines, or even file servers. Meta search engines simply read each search results page and extract the text from the HTML (this is "screen scraping"). For systems which use a protocol to interact with multiple search engines, see the forthcoming SearchTools Report on Distributed Search. Searching the Deep Web: Directed Query Engine Applications at the Department of Energy D-Lib Magazine, January 2001 by Walter L. Warnick, Abe Lederman et al. Distributed searching of resources in the Energy Dept. performs multiple database and text searches in parallel. This allows end-users to search without worrying about the sources and creators of information to avoid extra work of changing processes, although it will use the Z39.50 protocol if available. The Distributed Explorer system sends the queries and formats the results for each search engine.
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Extractions: Welcome and Good Searching This page has been visited times since March 21, 1998. For a list of search tools, click on the type of search tool below Search Engines Web Catalogs Meta-Search Engines Search Engines S earch engines are programs that attempt to search out references to a topic on the Internet and return a list of sites that might possibly contain information useful to you. Good searching techniques will help you find the information you want quickly. Hint Learn to use the advanced search features of one or two engines really well. alltheweb Currently the largest search engine, surveying over 2.1 billion pages. One of my three favorites AltaVista One of the largest search engines on the Internet. New interface allows you to search for images, audio and video. Now includes a catalog. One of my three favorites Ask Jeeves A natural language search service with a massive knowledge base of more than 6 million answers to popular questions.
Meta-Mega Job Search Engines For Job-Seekers These metamega job search engine sites are not job boards, but rather metajob-search engines that job-seekers can use to search multiple job sites. http://www.quintcareers.com/mega_meta_jobs_sites.html
Extractions: Arts / Entertainment / Gaming Clerical / Administrative Customer Service Healthcare / Medical Human Resources Information Technology Insurance Legal Services Management Merchandising / Purchasing / Retail Military / Government Other Public Relations Research Science / Biotech Transportation/Logistics Travel / Hospitality / Restaurant Advanced Search Post Resume Job Index If you are simply searching for job postings, these job search engine sites may be the way to go at least in terms of efficiency of your search. Remember, though, that to post your resume and to find industry-specific jobs or geographic-specific jobs, you will need to go to some individual job sites. Go to our Best Job Sites by Category Finally, be sure and read our article
Multiple Search Engines Evaluates the desktop and online multiple search engines. Multiple searchengines query several other Web search engine databases in parallel. http://www.searchengineshowdown.com/multi/
Extractions: Multiple Search Engines Multiple search engines query several other Web search engine databases in parallel. Of the many online multiple search engines, several of the best known are listed below. See also desktop client solutions further down on this page. Note the Problems with using multiple search engines before relying on their results. Multi-Search Engines (Online) Service Basic Boolean? Yes Dogpile Yes MetaFind Yes SavvySearch Yes MetaCrawler Yes See several of my columns for more information: Problems: These multiple search engines are a commendable effort; however, the problems still outweigh their benefits. All have significant limitations as a comprehensive search tool. They are subject to time outs, when search processing takes too long. Since most only retrieve the top 10-50 hits from each search engine, the total number of hits retrieved may be considerably less than found by doing a direct search on one of the search engines. Advanced search features on individual search engines are not usually available. Phrase and Boolean searching may not be properly processed or available. None of them search Northern Light and few search any of the Inktomi databases such as HotBot.
Grokker Schools Students On Meta-Search The Groxis search platform makes it easier to use proprietary data sources. Grokker Schools Students on metaSearch By Susan Kuchinskas http://www.internetnews.com/dev-news/article.php/3447651
Meta-search Engines In the following table, the top ten metasearch engines are presented (in noparticular order) with a few notes on their features. http://ecolu-info.unige.ch/other/metasearch.html
Extractions: In the following table, the top ten meta-search engines are presented (in no particular order) with a few notes on their features. parallel search non-paral. search All4One Search Machine http://all4one.searchallinone.com MetaCrawler http://www.metacrawler.com regional MonsterCrawler http://monstercrawler.com SavvySearch http://www.savvysearch.com The Internet Sleuth http://www.isleuth.com 9 Web, 5 news by category MetaSearch http://www.metasearch.com Starting Point http://www.stpt.com Multimeta http://www.multimeta.com See also the information about the Internet directories and search engines Back to the page "Other informations" last update 11 March 2005
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