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How google works_final

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This is the presentation of how does google work. Prepared mainly by the inspiration of google and all credit goes to it.

This is the presentation of how does google work. Prepared mainly by the inspiration of google and all credit goes to it.


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  • 1. kirantej1920@gmail.comdilip.vichu2005@gmail.com
  • 2. Idea behind New Search Engine According to Best of the Web 1994 -- Navigators,"The best navigation service should make it easy to find almost anything on the Web (once all the data is entered)."
  • 3. Idea behind New Search Engine
  • 4. Idea behind New Search Engine
  • 5. Whats the solution ? googol
  • 6. Google Architecture
  • 7. Data Structures Repository Lexicon Document Index Hit Lists Forward Index Inverted Index
  • 8. Google architecture overviewCrawling Indexing Query Processing
  • 9. Crawling
  • 10. Google - Bot
  • 11. URL form
  • 12. Through Links
  • 13. Indexing Google CaffeineTraditional method
  • 14. Indexing
  • 15. Searched when Indexed normally
  • 16. Searched when indexed with google caffeine
  • 17. Searched when Indexed normally
  • 18. Searched when indexed with google caffeine
  • 19. Query Processing
  • 20. Single word Query
  • 21. Multi word Query
  • 22. Importance of proximity
  • 23. Order in which Search Engine displays results
  • 24. Learning from library Importance of the book is actually judged by number of times the book is cited by the other books or authors or publishers
  • 25. Link PopularityNews site “A” X 5 timesNews site “B” X 10 times
  • 26. Page Rank
  • 27. Page Rank Formula
  • 28. Application
  • 29. Stock Quotes TimeSports Scores MusicSunrise & Sunset CalculatorBook Search EarthquakesUnit Conversion Public DataPeople Profiles Synonym SearchDictionary Definitions Spell CheckerLocal Search Health SearchTrip Planning MapsCurrency Conversion Translation
  • 30. ConclusionGoogle is designed to be a scalable search engine.The primary goal is to provide high quality search resultsover a rapidly growing World Wide Web.Google is a complete architecture for gathering webpages, indexing them and performing search queries overthemGoogle is also a research tool for many searchers andresearchers across the globe
  • 31. Searching Query Refinements Plus (+) Operator Related Search Fill in the Blank (*) Search by Number Package Tracking Patent Numbers
  • 32. ReferencesThe Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine by Sergey Brin & Lawrence Page http://www.google.com
  • 33. Thank you.Questions, comments, feedbacks are welcome

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