Extractions: Articles and news about Web searching and Internet use. Includes search tools, online news, email, current awareness tools, and general use. Main Topic Specific Search Engines: Work on identifying web communities and crawling the content is beginning to show results. Gary Price, in SearchDay, features the new eBizSearch engine from Penn State University. " eBizSearch is an experimental search engine that focuses on a very small niche: academic and commercially produced articles and reports about e-Business." It has a similar base to the CiteSeer engine for computer science done by the NEC Research Institute. A Niche Search Engine for eBusiness by Chris Sherman. SearchDay. (Jan 30, 2003) Posted by Gwen at January 30, 2003 11:36 AM
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Extractions: The Basics The search engine helps you find documents on Government of Canada Web sites. You tell the search engine what you are looking for by typing in keywords, or phrases in the search box. The search engine responds by giving you a list of all the Web pages in the index relating to your choices. The most relevant content will appear at the top of the results page. How to Use: Type your keywords in the search box.
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Extractions: Topic Specific Site Searches There are many topics to search for on the Internet and many search engine sites. Topical Internet Search Engines help make this easier by providing a way to search related sites which are similary themed to the search terms you are trying to find. Meta search engines combine results of several other search engines. This search engine site - Search Engine Lists - Topic Specific Search Engines attempts to make this easy by providing a one stop location for the most popular topical search engines sites. Back to School Means Back To Search. Weblogs Mailing Lists Related Sites Christmas Music Search Lyrics Search Search Yahoo Google Search Engine Search MSN Address Search Specialty Search Engines Christmas Sites Search Search this site powered by FreeFind
Extractions: T WO FORCES are shaping the future of the web away from generic portals to specific portholes - search and directory sites that are targeted to web-mature audiences interested in deep, high-quality information on specific subjects, sites that trawl for the needles and leave the haystacks alone. One force is the exploding volume of web publication. The major web crawlers harness dozens of powerful processors and hundreds of gigabytes of storage using superbly crafted software, and yet cover 30-40% of the web. Scaling up the operation may be feasible, but useless. Already, the sheer diversity of content at a generic search site snares all but the most crafty queries in irrelevant results. The second force is the growing mass of savvy users who use the web for serious research. Although keyword search and directory browsing are still essential services, these are no longer sufficient for their needs. They need tools for ad-hoc search, profile-based background search, find-similar search, classification, and clustering of dynamic views of a narrow section of the web. There is growing consensus that small is beautiful: as the web grows, a large number of portals, each of which specializes deeply in a topical area, will be preferable to universal, one-size-fits-all search portals. The following recent articles bear testimony to this imminent trend.
Extractions: Search Engine Positioning Over 80% of all Internet traffic is generated on the search engines. currently Google is the 31 search engine with over 50% of all search engine results being drawn from their database. Google is not the only search engine however. Depending on what you are looking for there are many other resources, search engines, directories and topic-specific search engines out there. And so this is our directory of directories and search engines. Get a "Featured Listing" in the WeDoHosting.com Internet Directory >
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Extractions: Links And Enter Search Terms Search Rules This search engine helps you find documents at Classical Net . Here's how it works: you tell the search engine what you're looking for by typing in keywords, phrases, or questions in the search box. The search service responds by giving you a list of all the pages at our site relating to those topics. The most relevant content will appear at the top of your results. How To Use: Type your keywords in the search box. Press the Search button to start your search. Here's an example: Type mozart piano concerto in the search box. Press the Search button or press the Enter key. The Results page will show you numerous pages at Classical Net about Mozart's Piano Concertos. Tip: Don't worry if you find a large number of results. In fact, use more than a couple of words when searching. Even though the number of results will be large, the most relevant content will always appear at the top of the result pages. More Basics - An Overview Here's a quick overview of the rest of our Basic Help. Just click on the links to jump to these sections.
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Extractions: Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Time 24 May, 2004 (Monday) 11:30a.m. - 12:30noon Place Organized by Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Macau Abstract SESQ is a topic specific search engine designed for Internet. Given a concept schema consisting of objects and their relationships, SESQ can find relevant data of the schema from Internet and support end users to query them. Major tasks of SESQ are directed by scripts of GQML, a specific graph language for search, cleaning, transformation and query data from Internet. Illustrating examples will show how GQML works and the current status of SESQ. Speaker
Extractions: HTML Subjects: Refereed HM-1: Writing the Web ID Code: Deposited By: Mason, Harry Deposited On: 10 May 2004 References: Rakesh Agrawal , Ramakrishnan Srikant, Fast Algorithms for Mining Association Rules in Large Databases, Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases, p.487-499, September 12-15, 1994 Corin R. Anderson , Eric Horvitz, Web montage: a dynamic personalized start page, Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on World Wide Web, May 07-11, 2002, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA Naveen Ashish , Craig A. Knoblock, Wrapper generation for semi-structured Internet sources, ACM SIGMOD Record, v.26 n.4, p.8-15, Dec. 1997 AskJeeves, Inc., AskJeeves Question-Answering Search Engine, http://www.ask.com.
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Extractions: When you click the Read about link at the beginning of each group you will open a detailed topic page. The detailed topic page includes a discussion of recent trends and interesting facts compiled from multiple sources. Use the simple geographic search form at the top of the page to change your geographic selection to a particular state, county, city, town, 5-digit ZIP code, or census tract . Census tracts are only returned when using search by address . See the geography search tips for more information.