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    WT - Web & Working of Search Engine WT - Web & Working of Search Engine Presentation Transcript

    • Web &Working of Search Engine Presented By: Vinay Arora Assistant Professor CSED, Thapar University
    • Web Content Web Content/Resource means content accessible/present on Internet. Invisible Web Visible Web Visible Web – The Publicly Index able pages that have been picked up and Indexed by conventional search engines, mainly consist of static HTML pages. Invisible Web/Deep Web/Hidden Web - Information that cannot be Indexed/Seen by the Crawlers or Spiders of conventional Search Engines. Types of Invisible Web Truly Invisible Web Opaque Proprietary Private
    • TYPES of Invisible Web & Reasons of being Invisible Truly Invisible Web is not accessible for search engines mainly because of technical reasons Dynamically generated pages, Pages with pdf, exe, swf format. Proprietary Web Databases which are mainly fee based and are provided by Information Providers. These Databases provide user with search facility however, their contents are not searchable through the search engines. Private Web Technically Indexable , but have purposely been excluded from search engines using Password Protected Pages, Robot.txt, NoIndex META Tag. Opaque Web Disconnected URL. Size Of Invisible Web is approx.500 times larger than Visible Web.
    • Crawling & Indexing A Search Engine operates, in the Following order: 1. Web Crawling. 2. Indexing. 3. Searching.
    • Query Processing/Searching
    • Making Invisible Web Visible Register Website with Search Engine
    • Making Invisible Web Visible Sitemap.xml - Sitemaps are an easy way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites that are available for crawling. In its simplest form, a Sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL.
    • Making Invisible Web Visible Making Entries into Robot.txt file for allowing the Robots to Crawl and Changing META Content.
    • Making Invisible Web Visible Providing links of the desired website from another Websites so that it can be made accessible from other/different websites. And can be Crawled. www.orkut.com orkut www.gmail.com Changing the Source Code of Web Crawlers – Making the crawlers efficient and intelligent enough so that it can accept files with extension pdf, swf etc. and list/Index the entries properly. The content of Proprietary Web Databases are not searchable through the search engines. They are assembled into Web pages as responses to queries submitted through the “Query Interface” of an underlying database. Because current search engines cannot effectively “Crawl” databases, such data is believed to be “Invisible,” and thus remain largely “hidden” from users
    • Conceptual View Of Deep Web
    • Conceptual View Of Deep Web
    • Google Advance Search
    • Google Advance Search
    • User Form Interaction For Form-based Search Interfaces when user is present for Input instead of Crawler. Result will be obtained after Query execution as soon as User press Submit button after filling the required fields present in the Form. We want Response Page to be listed in Search Engine. We have to make this Visible.
    • Crawler Form Interaction & Steps for Hidden Web Crawler Crawler at desired URL. Form Analysis for Internal Form Representation. Matching with the entries present in Task Specific Database. Automatic FORM Processing and Submission. Response Page from the Server. Response Analysis of that Page. Putting the results in the Repository.
    • References The Deep Web: Surfacing Hidden Value. http://www.completeplanet.com/Tutorials/DeepWeb/. Paper: Crawling the Hidden web Hector Garcia CSE Department Stanford University, USA http://www.invisible-web.net All About Invisible Web : Natalia Arroyo, Internet Lab, CINDOC – CSIC Accessing the Deep Web: A Survey , Bin He, Mitesh Patel, Zhen Zhang, Kevin Chen-Chuan Chang, Computer Science Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Towards a Model of User oriented Aspects of the Invisible Web, Yazdan Mansourian, Department of Information Studies , The University of Sheffield