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Extractions: Now you can create your own topic specific search engine in minutes. Gigablast's revolutionary, new technology allows you to create a list of up to 500 web sites (or subsites) and a search box that searches just those sites. Even get back the search results in XML so you can customize their appearance. Give your visitors a unique search experience, completely free of charge. For instance, if you have a site about horses, why not create a horse-specific search engine? Gigablast is committed to bringing you new and useful internet tools.
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Extractions: Topic-Specific Web Resource Discovery Soumen Chakrabarti Martin van den Berg Byron Dom Indian Institute of Technology FX Palo Alto Laboratory IBM Almaden Research Center Bombay 400 076 3400 Hillview Ave, Bldg 4 650 Harry Rd email@example.com Palo Alto, CA 94304 San Jose, CA 95120 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com The rapid growth of the world-wide web poses unprecedented scaling challenges for general-purpose crawlers and search engines. In this paper we describe a new hypertext resource discovery system called a Focused Crawler . The goal of a focused crawler is to selectively seek out pages that are relevant to a pre-defined set of topics . The topics are specified not using keywords, but using exemplary documents. Rather than collecting and indexing all accessible web documents to be able to answer all possible ad-hoc queries, a focused crawler analyzes its crawl boundary to find the links that are likely to be most relevant for the crawl, and avoids irrelevant regions of the web. This leads to significant savings in hardware and network resources, and helps keep the crawl more up-to-date. To achieve such goal-directed crawling, we design two hypertext mining programs that guide our crawler: a
WorkZ : The Power Of Topic Specific Search Engines As a result, topicspecific search engines and directories are a burgeoning market . Locating topic-specific search engines is not all that difficult. http://www.workz.com/content/view_content.html?section_id=475&content_id=6801
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Extractions: The first type allows you to search multiple CCH services simultaneously while restricting the search to particular kinds of documents (commentary, legislation, newsletters, etc.) as well as to specific jurisdictions. Radio buttons and check boxes make the selection of multiple choices a breeze. In addition, you may customize the display of your search results. For step-by-step instructions, see the explanation corresponding to each numbered feature in the following sample: Select type of search - You may select any one of three different kinds of searches simply by clicking the appropriate radio button. "Boolean" (or "expert") search is the default and was used exclusively in former CCH search forms. "Advanced" provides a way of doing boolean searches without requiring a knowledge of boolean syntax. "Simple" is the easiest for novices and use its own internal logic to provide a relevance score for its results. Details concerning each kind of search appear below the form corresponding to your choice.
Extractions: ACM 1-58113-680-3/03/0005. mining topic-specific knowledge on the Web . Our goal is to help people learn in-depth knowledge of a topic systematically on the Web. The proposed techniques first identify those sub-topics or salient concepts of the topic, and then find and organize those informative pages, containing definitions and descriptions of the topic and sub-topics, just like those in a book. Experimental results using 28 topics show that the proposed techniques are highly effective. Web content mining, domain concept mining, definition mining, knowledge compilation, information integration
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Extractions: Shopping Education ... Images More Resources Search Engines Topical Directories Publications Financial ... Placement Other Resources Shareware Awards HTML List Promotion ... Resources Internet Marketing Directories AfterPage.Com - AfterPage categories include Internet marketing, advertising, and search engines, and more. This directory also features a search function. Add your site today or find what you're looking for relating to Internet marketing. Medical and Health Directories Top Achoo - A comprehensive healthcare information site including all aspects of healthcare, such as clinical medicine,alternate medicine, as well as the business aspects of medicine. A meeting place for consumers, professionals as well as people involved with the business of healthcare. Medical World Search - Medical sites are searched out on the WWW, indexed on the Medical World site and searches can be performed. You can suggest your site for indexing also.
Extractions: San Jose, Ca, USA With the explosive growth of the World-Wide Web, it is becoming increasingly difficult for users to collect and analyze Web pages that are relevant to a particular topic. To address this problem we are developing WTMS, a system for Web Topic Management. In this paper we explain how the WTMS crawler efficiently collects Web pages for a topic. We also introduce the user interface of the system that integrates several techniques for analyzing the collection. Moreover, we present the various views of the interface that allow navigation through the information space. We highlight several examples to show how the system enables the user to gain useful insights about the collection. The World-Wide Web is undoubtedly the best source for getting information on any topic. Therefore, more and more people use the Web for topic management ], the task of gathering, evaluating and organizing information resources on the Web. Users may investigate topics both for professional or personal interests.
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Extractions: Back to Internet Tutorials Second Generation Searching on the Web This tutorial covers some of the more innovative search engine services on the Web. It includes a group of search services that make use of technology that organizes search results by peer ranking, or clusters results by concept, site or domain. This is in contrast to the more long-standing method of term relevancy ranking. This newer type of ranking usually works in addition to term ranking and looks at "off the page" information to determine the retrieval and order of your search results. Search engines that employ this alternative may be thought of as second generation search services. For example: Here are a few of the trends to watch with second-generation services: The human element: concept processing. Second generation services such as Ask Jeeves and SurfWax apply different kinds of concept processing to a search statement to determine the probable intent of a search. This is often accomplished by the use of human generated indexes. With these services, the burden of coming up with precise or extensive terminology is shifted from the user to the engine. These services are therefore taking on the role of thesauri.
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Extractions: Search Engine Collections Specialty Search Engines ... New Page Tracking Visit How to Choose a Search Engine or Directory, a list of search tools organized by features - Amazon product that offers search results from Google along with a number of additional features, including search results from Amazon's "Search Inside the Book;" A9 also saves your search history and tracks the click history of sites you have viewed from your search results Accumo - organizes a small number of results from Google into concept clusters; also offers the fee-based Accumo Classifier software for desktop use Alexa Web Search - returns results powered by Google with additional information including traffic ranking, number of links to page, ownership and links to related pages of interest AllTheWeb - returns results quickly from an extremely large database gathered by the Yahoo crawler; offers multimedia and news searches; has a good advanced search interface AltaVista - searches Web sites and Usenet newsgroups with advanced Boolean and field search options. See also:
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Extractions: @import "http://www.masternewmedia.org/style/import.css"; @import "http://www.masternewmedia.org/quicksub.css"; MasterNewMedia by Robin Good What Communication Experts Need To Know Print this article December 29, 2004 Categories Here is a great opportunity to provide added value to any site by extending its editorial breadth to its ability select, filter and bring together pre-qualified and valuable information from other endorsed content sources. Gigablast's Matt Wells Select, filter, aggregate, distribute. This is the theme that will play the victory march of many independent publishers. And the great new offering from Gigablast's Matt Wells , the Custom Topic Search, is really a tasty opportunity to dive right into this music. Gigablast 's new technology allows the creation of a list of up to 200 web sites and a search box (that can be integrated in your site) that searches just those sites. For example , if your specialty is talking about educational technologies, why not provide your readers with a custom search experience that offers them direct access to your own selected "cloud" of online authorities.
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