Ppt on working of search engines

Writing for Search Engines SES Chicago presented by Heather Lloyd-Martin CEO, SuccessWorks Author, “Successful Search Engine Copywriting” presented by.

. 2006: Year of SEO copywriting – search engines reviewing page quality,/work with existing sites $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 34 Copyright 2006, SuccessWorks www.searchenginewriting.com “Our online catalogs are exact replicas of [our] print versions,” Roger Roisy “Our online catalogs are exact replicas of [our] print versions,” Roger Roisy, Mrs. Field’s Cookies If your site is not SEO copywriting friendly, can you pull down your site and rewrite every page and its Title for the search engines/


ONLINE MARKETING 101 SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING (SEM)

find me? When do you see me? Who created me? Why do I exist? How do I work? WHAT: ANATOMY OF AN AD Components Headline Lines 1 & 2 Display URL Destination URL Restrictions Character Limits Punctuation WHERE: SEARCH ENGINES Google Yahoo! Bing WHERE: SEARCH ENGINES Google Yahoo! Bing WHERE: SEARCH ENGINES Google Yahoo! Bing Determined algorithmically Based on CPC and Quality Score (CTR, history, relevance, quality) Match types/


Privacy – what do they know about you? This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. Skills: none IT.

out of their logs? Are you worried by the fact that search engines track your online activity? Which services other than search engines track your online activity? Are there any advantages to you to have Google track your searches? Are there any applications for proxy servers beside covering up shady activity? Do we need laws to limit logging? Privacy – what do they know about you? This work/


Text Analytics on UIMA and UIMA Semantic Search Engine ISM209 David Lewis Student Project Presentation 2006-12-05.

Forge – Handoff In Process “Bridge from the unstructured word to the structured world” “UIMA SDK supports development, discovery, composition and deployment of multi-modal analytics for the analysis of unstructured information” UIMA Applications WebSphere Information Integrator OmniFind Edition (search engine) Lotus Notes search DARPA UIMA Working Group (WWW mining) Unstructured Information Management (UIM) Research and Instruction –CMU, Stanford, UMass Amherst Others –SAIC, BBN, Mayo Clinic, MITRE/


Searching uPortal with a third party Search Engine Katya Sadovsky University of California, Irvine Administrative Computing Services

that depends on users preferences, security level, browser and operating system §Most search engines are designed to work with static content: l Search engines index content on a periodic basis and use cached/stored index to present user with search results l Search results are not user-specific l Only public content is indexed Issues/Areas of difficulty §User Agent setting §Filtering out certain URLs §Deciding what to/


THE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM Sponsored by Chevron Texaco DI - 105 Drilling Engineering Association August, 22, 2002 Houston, texas.

THE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM Sponsored by Chevron Texaco DI - 105 Drilling Engineering Association August, 22, 2002 Houston, texas Principal Investigators: Preston L/ Member Participation Milestones: (Cont’) 24 - months * Annual meeting * Verification testing of Prototype and mass flow Correlation. * Commercialization Deliverables: Kick - off meeting 6 month reporting meetings Literature search Working prototype Instrumentation Deliverables: (Cont’) Mass flow water/gas ratio Correlation Exclusive to members /


Boolean Operators Objective: Students will understand Boolean operators and how they function when searching for information.

are often used when searching article databases, library catalogs, and search engines. The operators show a relationship between keywords in a search. Image taken from http://www.encyclopedi a.com/topic/George_Bo ole.aspx The three Boolean operators are: AND OR NOT Boolean operators are used to expand or limit the number of results in a search. Diagrams visually explain how Boolean operators work. Use Boolean operators/


(c) the7sisters.co.uk A Revision of staying safe on the Internet Internet Safety.

of staying safe on the Internet Internet Safety (c) the7sisters.co.uk Do enable the safe search facility Do use the Advanced Search facility to find information quickly and efficiently Do choose a search engine you like Do Not deliberately search for inappropriate information or images (remember: some search engines actually record what you search/ say where you found your information, if you want to use it in your work. Search Engines (c) the7sisters.co.uk Do treat an email conversation like a face-to-face/


Tutorial: Information Search Tools. Internet Functions Email Usenet File Transfer Protocol Telnet Listservs World Wide Web Chat Videoconferencing.

World Wide Web Chat Videoconferencing Information Retrieval Search Engines –How they Work Spiders Indexing Retrieval Engine HTML Interface –Examples www.altavista.com www.lycos.com www.aj.com (Natural Language Interface)www.aj.com Meta Search Engines –www.dogpile.comwww.dogpile.com –/ Accessing Computer Accounts –LAN: ID is student #, password is date of birth (yymmdd) If in doubt, ask Lab Supervisor If not enrolled in Asper School of Business, see Lab Assistant –UNIX: CLAIMID on Umanitoba Web site http/


Company Life By By: Carson Kilgo 9-29-14 Google Mountain View, California, US Search Engine and Advertisement 52,000 employees Google sell a product.

Search Engine and Advertisement 52,000 employees Google sell a product call Google Glasses I would work there because it seems like a fun place to work at Yahoo Sunnyvale, California, US Sector is Financial 12,200 employees Yahoo sells financial services I would work /Armonk, NY, US Sector is Technology, consulting 431,212 employees IBM sell different types of machines such as typewriters, time clocks and computers. I would work at IBM to get better at computers and other technology Apple Cupertino, CA, Ok /


1 San Domenico High School Online Resources & Web Searching A practical guide for students.

you have? ( For quick searches, use a simple keyword search on any search engine and hope for relevant hits on the first returns page) Search engines & ‘keyword’ searching. How do they work? Has your topic already been indexed or cataloged for you? ( use a directory or database vs. a search engine) Google directory, Yahoo directory, Google Scholar, Proquest 3 Pinpointing Your Search More search terms reduces the number of hits (more equals less/


SEARCH OPTIMIZER By JAGANI RAJ 7 th /I.T. Guided By: Mrs. Darshana H. Patel.

research the purchase online. PROBLEMS IN CURRENT SYSTEM  No comparison of results are bigger problem.  No easy advanced search technique.  No search record maintain.  Waste of time in searching. SEARCH OPTIMIZER  Type the keyword once time and search it on different search engine.  Provide multiple search engine facility into one single website  Provide two search engine results parallel  Provide easy search technique  User search record is maintained TECHNOLOGY  Technology to be used :- Front/


Big Builder 2009 Introduction to SEO. Why is the Internet Important Around 90% of all home buyers search the internet BEFORE the walk in your sales center!

high in their free results for general searches like “Atlanta New Homes” or “Atlanta Real Estate” Search Engine Optimization (SEO) WHAT IS SERP Organic Search Engine Bots and Spiders review Importance of Fresh Content – Blogs – Press Release and News – Awards Internal Techniques – Title Tags – Meta Data – Link Relevance SEO 101 Do you go to Bookstores? SEO 101 How does it work? How do you change it? Take/


Using Search Engines. What is a search engine? A program that searches documents for specific keywords After its search, it gives you a list of the documents.

the keywords were found. Although search engine is really a general class of programs, the term is often used to specifically describe systems like Google, Alta Vista and Excite that enable users to search for documents on the World Wide Web. Search Engines for Kids and Young Adults Examples Quick questions… When would searching on a Kid-Friendly search engine work best? Would every search engine give you the same results for/


Augmenting Focused Crawling using Search Engine Queries Wang Xuan 10th Nov 2006.

completely. Related works Naïve Bayes Crawler: relevance score is the cosine similarity between page and topic IBM focused crawler introduce a distiller to find topic hubs. CORA crawler: assign Q-value according number of target pages in neighborhood Context focused crawler introduce a link hierarchy Automatic Publication Data Gatherer: classified the webpage without the page PaSE: locate publication using Search Engine General framework/


Search Engine: Course Overview. Course Introduction Search engine is the most prevalent method of finding information today. To understand how search.

the open book policy, it is especially important to clearly indicate in submitted work any materials used from other sources. Full citation information should be given for such sources. Search Engines4 Course Objectives  Study the fundamentals of Information Retrieval.  Learn basic IR theory.  Consider IR questions.  Understand search engines.  How do they work?  How can they be improved?  Learn how to think  What questions to ask/


Library & Information Resources Forestry Librarians Meeting Improving MyRoots Search.

112% “Did You Mean” suggestion Summaries in context Satisfaction at 75% Library & Information Resources From the User’s Perspective Category Search –Drill down into large results sets –Serendipity by browsing –Channel user to preferred terms Library & Information Resources Making Search Work Components of MyRoots Search TaxonomiesMetadata Search Engine Content Library & Information Resources Taxonomies Business Activity Key business functions such as accounting & finance, human resources, marketing & sales/


SEO and SEA Search engine optimization and Search engine advertising Wesley Lacroix 0791467.IBK.

Search engine optimization and Search engine advertising Wesley Lacroix 0791467.IBK SEO These days every business has a website SEO And every business wants to score top results in the Google ranking SEO But how to achieve these top results? SEO How Google works… SEO How to use this…? SEO Start by finding out which keywords are searched/ picture by using the high ranked keywords. SEO 4. Make sure the source code of the website mentions these products/ services as well. Title: Meta keywords Meta description: /


Watson, A Mind In the Clouds How it works: Natural language processing. Hypothesis generation and evaluation. Evidence based learning. How it affects us:

, A Mind In the Clouds How it works: Natural language processing. Hypothesis generation and evaluation. Evidence based learning. How it affects us: Might revolutionize search engines. Will greatly ease the amount of info sifting. Reduce inaccuracies due to false /. Cost. What it does: It now processes the data cloud. Provides fast and accurate information. Might revolutionize search engines. Citations http://www.networkworld.com/news/2012/030912-watson-cloud-257119.html http://www-03.ibm.com/innovation/us//


Searching for original source documents Power Reporting 2010 – presented by Izak Minnaar, 2 Nov 2010.

; work your contacts Prep: read up and research the story Life as a reporter Slide adjusted from a Google SA presentation Power Reporting 2010: Searching for documents - Izak Minnaar, SABC News Research, 2 Nov Overview Search engines Search techniques Advanced searching Search strategies to find source material Refined and targeted searches Searching news Power Reporting 2010: Searching for documents - Izak Minnaar, SABC News Research, 2 Nov Search tools Different kinds of search engines Traditional search/


Search: New Frontiers in Paid and Organic Search Getty Images: Our Focus for 2012 Rhonda Hanson Director, Search Engine Marketing.

Too Much SEO? Googles Working On An Over-Optimization Penalty For That by Barry SchwartzToo Much SEO? Googles Working On An Over-Optimization /Search –Grow emerging markets, Yandex, Baidu, Naver –Take advantage of Google advertising betas (sorry, cant share) –Dynamic landing pages –Google Display Network – Youtube –EU legislation regarding cookies –Mobile Organic Search –Crawl-able faceted search –Improve content on detail pages –Linking building for international sites Rhonda Hanson Director, Search Engine/


Www.mbd-soft.com What’s the difference between MBD Search Engine and other SEs?

to retrieve information from large personal and corporative e-libraries and document archives. Therefore MBD SE differs from the other search engines intended to search for personal documents and e-mails. www.mbd-soft.com Working process Working process of most SE consists of: Creating index Searching in index Found results output Loading found document www.mbd-soft.com Index creation MBD SE High CPU usage Up to/


Using Search Engines How to find what you need quickly!

need quickly! What search engines? Search Engines look throughout the Internet to find the words you are looking for. Some examples of Search Engines are: Dogpile.com – a meta search engine Google.com Netscape.com Yahoo.com What is a “Meta Search Engine”? Meta Search Engines search more than one search engine at the same time. They can search up to 20 search engines all at once. How to Search Engines Work? Search engines actually search the web to “index” all of the words on the/


Search Engines. What is a search engine? Search engines use automated software programs (spider, crawler, robot) to crawl the WWW by following links.

.com/ http://www.votefortheworst.com/ How do other search engines work? Pretty much the same way… How did search engines used to work(before Google) ? From 1990-1998 (1 st Generation of search tools): Looked at title of web pages Ranking was based on page content Looked at number of times the search term appeared on the page Looked at metatags SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Used by companies to get a higher result/


Searching for literature. An approach to collecting your secondary information.

& Theses ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (American / EU) International scope Off-campus PCs SSRNSSRN (working papers) DATABASES Multidisciplinary databases Publishers Platforms Business Information Financial reports Market reports and forecasting Economic indicators/Machinery e-Library  A-Z Journal Finder SampleSample  Reference databases SCOPUS Sample Sample Web of Knowledge Sample Sample Articles searching engines. Reference databases.  GSOM E-subscription can be accessed from two sites: Rus homepage /


Network software system laboratory Rana Shahout & Ibrahim Baransi supervisor : Edward Bortnikov Winter 2011 Real-Time Search EngineReal-Time Search Engine.

Background in search systems Search caches Why is that a problem ? Search engine uses cache optimization which makes the search engine faster and efficient, when the data a dynamic data, some of cache’s information become irrelevant. Search engines search for the / President Obama, Barak ObamaObama Facebook features, Facebook account Facebook Cache Added Document Basic Invalidation My work is done President Barak Obama meets Mubarak in London ValueKey President Mubarak, Egypt MubarakMubarak President Obama/


Project Title: Deepin Search Member: Wenxu Li & Ziming Zhai CSCI 572 Project.

we want to get the latest web pages, and sometimes we want to get the most popular web pages. The search engine should give different ranks based on users’ requirement. History can tell us more about the web pages. Software to Use/ for each result URL  Develop our ranking framework based on these information  We will use Java, AWIS API, Google search API and jQuery Division of Work  Ziming Zhai  Server-Side with PHP to get Data from Google & Amazon  Design and Implement customized ranking methods /


© 2005 Watermelon Mountain Web Marketing 1 Marketing Your Site: Search Engines, Links & PPC Ads NMSU Extension Service Enhancing.

6% AOL 5.5% 5.4% –Google gets 80% of B2B searches –Choose search engines by audience © 2005 Watermelon Mountain Web Marketing info@watermelonweb.com 4 Search Engine Relationships www.bruceclay.com www.bruceclay.com overture DMOZ © 2005 /of at least 1% (5% or better preferred) Look for conversion rate of 2-4% Be “ruthless” about deleting terms and ads that don’t work. © 2005 Watermelon Mountain Web Marketing info@watermelonweb.com 30 Exercises Go to Word Tracker or Overture to select some good search/


 Manmatha MetaSearch R. Manmatha, Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval, Computer Science Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

of Massachusetts, Amherst.  Manmatha Introduction MetaSearch / Distributed Retrieval – Well defined problem Language Models are a good way to solve these problems. – Grand Challenge Massively Distributed Multi-lingual Retrieval  Manmatha MetaSearch Combine results from different search engines/weighting. – Performance improvement about 5 to 10%. – Search engines need to be similar in performance » May explain why simple normalization schemes work. Other Approaches – A Markov Chain approach has been tried/


Web Exploration and Search Technology Lab Department of Computer and Information Science Polytechnic University Brooklyn, NY 11201 Faculty: Torsten Suel.

core web search - related work in algorithms, systems, databases - emerging applications: social networks, blogs, local search, … WHAT EXACTLY? Systems/Architectures/Scalability: - efficient crawling, data distribution, indexing, query execution, link analysis Emerging Applications: - geographic/mobile search, deep web search, blog/RSS search, P2P search core search image & video blogsmobiledesktop low level stuff: “search engine guts” Some Research Projects Scalability of Large Search Engines Future Search/


PAD workshops Site engine optimisation Stephen Sangar Web Officer - PAD 30 November 2011 Page 1.

PAD workshops Site engine optimisation Stephen Sangar Web Officer - PAD 30 November 2011 Page 1 Typical results pages 30 November 2011 Page 2 Most expensive adwords 30 November 2011 Page 3 How does an organic search work? 30 November 2011 Page 4 Spider/Robot crawls links indexes results search Index Web Pages Keywords - Know your audience /2nd 30 November 2011 Page 16 university Olympic competitors Not in first 100 30 November 2011 Page 17 university Olympic competitors Top of page 5 30 November 2011 Page 18


Web Design/Internet Essentials Search Engines and Searching the Web.

Engines & Types GoogleSearch engine LycosDirectory Alta VistaSearch engine YahooDirectory WebCrawlerSearch engine ExciteSearch engine MSNDirectory AOLDirectory HotBotSearch engine The Different Types of Search Engines Although the term "search engine" is often used indiscriminately to describe: –Web crawler search engines –human-powered directories –everything in between they are not all the same. Each type of "search engine" gathers and ranks listings in radically different ways. How do search engines work/


Library 10 – Information Competency Search Engines.

Look at more than the first results page Try more than one search engine Not an appropriate resource This presentation covered: How search engines work Advanced search options Meta search engines Filter bubbles Human searching Directories Web search strategies Meta search engines A Meta Search Engine searches several search engines at the same time. Directories Directories contain selected lists of Websites organized by categories and subcategories. Often contain reviews/abstract. Arranged hierarchically/


Google Innovation Search Engine Relatively New Company Mobile phone market Android Silicon Valley, CA Surfing/Beaches Publicly traded company New York.

Maps GMail Laid back work atmosphere $200 Billion Net Worth Google Earth Matthew Gellene, Allen Hicks, Chris Marstiller Search engine Innovative California Silicon Valley Liberals Fast Knowledgeable Bing Bad Good work environment User Friendly Colorful Ads/William Melton Apple College Compatible Expensive Innovative Simple Customer friendly Constant improvement User friendly California Top of the line Cupertino Updates Secretive ICloud IPad IPhone Discounts Nice Helpful Apple Care Austin Anderson Blake/


Self Directed Search (SDS) (by John L. Holland) Discovering careers which best match your interests.

http://www.self-directed-search.com/investigative.aspx Discovering/ R Occupations include… Carpenter Cook/Chef Electrician/Technicians/Mechanics Industrial Arts Teacher Farmers Engineers Metal Shop Supervisor Paramedic Pilot Investigative( Thinker ) analytical, intellectual, scientific, explorative/, persuasive, self-confident Enjoy leading, selling, motivating, persuading others, producing a lot of work E Occupations include… Financial Planner, Bank Manager Judge Lawyer Management Trainee (any industry)/


CHEP 2000, 10.02.2000Giuseppe Andronico Grid portal based data management for Lattice QCD data ACAT03, Tsukuba, 02.12.2003 work in collaboration with A.

Catania - Italy ILDG and DataGrid Project ACAT03, Tsukuba, 02.12.2003 DataGrid job work-flowReplicaCatalogue UI JDL Logging & Book-keeping ResourceBroker Job Submission Service StorageElement ComputeElement InformationService Job Status/and INFN Catania - Italy ILDG and DataGrid Project Giuseppe Andronico ACAT03, Tsukuba, 02.12.2003 Upon initiative of Prof. Richard Kenway ILDG people Tomoteru Yoshie (Japan) Convener Chris Maynard (UK) Paul Coddington (Australia)/search engine Summary and conclusions (2/2)


Company LOGO Search Engines By: Jeff Tibbetts, Stacy Duffy, Katie Leiting, Brody Ross.

called webcrawlers.  The search engine creates a database of websites and organizes it.  Each search engine has a different formula and method for organizing and indexing keywords and search terms. How search engines work  Websites are cached (stored) either in part or whole.  Each different engine has a unique technique for ranking returned results.  Some aggregate search engines compile results from other search engines, resulting in the best variety. What Kind of Search Engine Should I Use/


DAY 2: TIPS ON SEARCHING WISELY Robert Phipps August 2015 1.

http://google.com/help/basics.html and from there, more advanced search tips are available.http://google.com/help/basics.html Most other search engines (Bing, etc.) work similarly to Google.Bing 6 WIKIPEDIA Wikipedia is a free user-edited online encyclopedia at http://en.wikipedia.orghttp://en.wikipedia.org Advantages –Huge volume of information, often on subjects not well-covered elsewhere Disadvantages –Can be/


State of the KUMC Jameson Watkins Director, Internet Development Our Topics Updated stats New KU design Search engines: how they.

Web @ KUMC Jameson Watkins Director, Internet Development jwatkins@kumc.edu Our Topics Updated stats New KU design Search engines: how they work How our search works Steps to improve search relevancy Moving to the Content Management System (CMS) 155 users, 90 logged in within the last month As of today, 6,954 pages are in the CMS Updates to the CMS/Web Site Stability issues resolved Three/


When Search Engines Do… …Search Marketing Joseph Morin President Boost Search Marketing.

directory listings – leverage the SEO’s out there ;) With new keyword research in place, now the slow process of roll out changes begins Core content is moving closer to root domain Less clicks to contents increases conversion and adds / relevance Better job at geotargeting - robots Coopetition Search engines are learning how to play on each other Sometimes they play with each other –“SES Party Rule #1” in 2003 Sometimes the Search Engines… …Even work together Party Tonight SEARCHBASH 3 Sponsored by: Bruce/


Overview What is a Web search engine History Popular Web search engines How Web search engines work Problems.

than over 150 other criteria to determine relevancy  Yahoo! Search  Acquired Inktomi and Overture (Alltheweb and Altavista)  2004: Own search engine Microsoft – Used results from other engines until – 2004: Launch of listing own search results Web crawler: msnbot – 2006: New platform called „Live Search“ and „MSN Search“ retired Baidu – Most popular search engine in China – Very similiar interface to Google How Web search engines Work Work in following order – 1. Web crawling – 2. Indexing/


User Experience Takes user input, displays results Search Engine Builds index, returns results Content Processing Retrieves content, prepares for indexing.

results Content Processing Retrieves content, prepares for indexing How does search technology work? 1.Scale 2.Interaction management 3.Document pipeline 4.Search on structured data 5.Relevance 6.Advanced linguistics ContentSearch User Experience Search Engine Content Processing Scale FAST ESP is designed for extreme scale across 3 dimensions. Guaranteed sub-second response times at thousands of queries per secondGuaranteed sub-second response times at thousands/


Getting Started. Searching The best way to find information on the web: googling What search engines are there?

information on the web: googling What search engines are there? Searching The best way to find information on the web: googling What search engines are there?  Google  /www.consumersearch.com/laptops ) See also http://www.pcmag.com/ How WIFI works (http://howstuffworks.com/wireless-network.htm )http://howstuffworks.com/wireless-network.htm /Every password, sensitive number should be “encrypted”. Need a wireless adapter (most of the time, it is built into the laptop). Activate adapter; computer will detect/


WELCOME. BIG PICTURE Section A Identify a search engine Search for cost of driving lessons Advanced searches Comparing the search engines evaluation Section.

IDENTIFYING A SEARCH ENGINE - WAGOLL I started by searching for search engines that have an “advanced search” feature SEARCH FOR SEARCH ENGINES CHECKLIST DID YOU… Present on house style paper Keep your screenshots small? Label each screenshot eg “Fig 1: Searching for engines” Write an explanation at the side Tell the story of finding the information Display the THREE advanced search engine pages NEW WORK TODAY Make corrections Finish searching for search engines AND… NEW WORK Introduction I am/


SpiderIT How it works? How to convert traffic to sells? Copyright 2003 © Acroterion Software Architecture Ltd.

within your site. Copyright 2003 © Acroterion Software Architecture Ltd. SpiderIT two panes Work on a website as whole Theme Defects Templates Work on individual pages Keywords Metatags Submission Copyright 2003 © Acroterion Software Architecture Ltd. Benefits: Convert traffic to sells Gaining credibility and attracting attention Survey Research - 95% of Web users employ search engines to find known products or vendors The equation: More traffic = more sells/


Searching PST folders for legal discovery is costly  Multiple regulations require complicated archiving processes.

Protect access, control distribution IRM in OWA Protect voicemail IRM Search Transport Decryption Journal Decryption Outlook Protection Rules IRM Protection Moderation Dynamic/ Action Types: Transport Rules How they work Conditions Actions If the message... Is from a member of the group ‘Marketing Team And is/Exchange 2010Forefront Single Scanning Engine *AV-Test.org **West Coast Labs, 2009 Multiple Scanning Engines 38 times faster* Intelligent Engine Selection Automatic Engine Updates 99% spam /


Restricted Search Engine Laurent Balat Christophe Decis Thomas Forey Sebastien Leclercq ESSI2 Project Supervisor: Johny BOND June 2002.

Sebastien Leclercq ESSI2 Project Supervisor: Johny BOND June 2002 Introduction(1) What is a search engine? 3 types: –disciplinary –global –thematic Internet users spend more than 50% of their time to search! Introduction (2) Lots of pages can’t be reached. WEB Indexable WEB Google How does it work ? The search engine is composed of two parts First processing : the WEB site spider WEBSpiderProcessing indexing PDF unit DOC unit/


DAY 2: TIPS ON SEARCHING WISELY Tazin Afrin August 22, 2013 1.

found at http://google.com/help/basics.html and from there, more advanced search tips are available.http://google.com/help/basics.html Most other search engines work similarly to Google. 6 WIKIPEDIA Wikipedia is a free user-edited online encyclopedia at http://en.wikipedia.orghttp://en.wikipedia.org Advantages –Huge volume of information, often on subjects not well-covered elsewhere Disadvantages –Can be edited/


Focusing QuestionFocusing Question | Mini Lesson | Writer’s Work Time | Lesson SummaryMini LessonWriter’s Work TimeLesson Summary Search the Internet for.

appropriate information Focusing QuestionFocusing Question | Mini Lesson | Writer’s Work Time | Lesson SummaryMini LessonWriter’s Work TimeLesson Summary Writer’s Work Time 1.Use a search engine to find resources on your topic. Record search terms and web addresses 2.Scan the website/article to determine if the source is trustworthy. Complete the Evaluate Sources section of the Feature Article Evidence Planner (Handout 2.1a). 3.Return/


Search Engines Reyhaneh Salkhi Outline What is a search engine? How do search engines work? Which search engines are most useful and efficient? How can.

by keywords,and report the results ;example is google. What is a search engine ? A computer program that that searches several engines at once and integrates the findings of the various search engines to answer queries posted by the user. Metasearch Engine Keyword Searching Refining Your Search Relevancy Ranking Meta tags Concept-based Searching How search engines work? Bots and spiders Search engines use automated software programs called spiders or bots to survey the Web and/


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