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Search Engines

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    • 1. Search Engines Shamprasad Pujar IGIDR, Mumbai [email_address]
    • 2. Agenda
      • Basics of Internet
      • Basics of Search engine
      • What is a search engine?
      • Functioning of a search engine
      • Methods of indexing or searching
      • Types of Search engines?
      • Advantages of Search engines?
      • Disadvantages of Search engines?
      • Search engines v/s Directories v/s portals
      • Limitations of search engines
      • Q & A
    • 3. Basics of Internet
      • Anybody can publish anything on the net
      • Content and features of sites change very fast
      • No bibliographic control on published information
      • Internet is a self publishing tool-Evaluate
      • Try out multiple sites, while looking for information
      • Subject Directories and Search Engines vary in their contents
      • Subject Directories/Search engines are highly volatile
      • Good source to locate scholarly literature
    • 4. Basics of Search Engines
      • Store millions of pages in their databases
      • Sites are included automatically based on a set criteria. No human interference
      • Search features/scope vary greatly from one to another
      • Good for beginners and experts
      • Good for searching on a narrow topic
      • Search for particular types of documents, file types, etc is possible
      • Search for any kind of information is possible
      • Different search facility is available for sites, images, news, audio/video files, maps etc
    • 5. What is a Search Engine?
      • Search engine is a tool, which helps in retrieving
      • information from the Internet
      • It indexes the web and accordingly builds its databases
      • Each search engine has its own set rules to index
      • websites
      • When the query or keyword is entered in the search
      • box it checks its ‘index’ with the query
      • Relevant matches are retrieved and returned as 'hits' or
      • 'search results‘
    • 6. Functioning of Search Engine?
    • 7. Methods of Indexing and Searching
      • Keywords from meta tags or web pages
      • Boolean (and, or, not)
      • Mathematical symbols (+, * -)
      • Concept /Computational
      • Natural language searching
    • 8. Types of Search Engines
      • General
          • Example: Bing, Google, Gigablast, etc
      • Meta Search Engines
      • Example: Dogpile, etc
      • Subject Specific search engine
      • Example: Scirus, Intute, Entrez, GoPubMed
      • Intelligent/Specialized Search Engines
      • Example: Kosmix, WolframAlpha
      • Deep Web/Invisible web
      • Example: Library catalogues, Databases
      • Scholarly literature
      • Example: Google Scholar, Base, OAISTER, etc
    • 9. Types of Search Engines
      • General Search Engines :
      • Have own database/index
      • Index sites using their software robot/crawler
      • Index sites on their policy
      • Rank web pages based on their policy
      • Meta Search Engines
      • Search different general search engines
      • Components
      • Dispatch mechanism  Interface Agents  Display
    • 10. Types of Search Engines
      • Subject Specific Search Engines:
      • Index sites on particular subject or material
      • Intelligent/Specialized Search Engines:
      • Concept based searching
      • Allow natural language searching
      • Use thesaurus
      • Personalized Services
      • Deepweb or Inivisible Web:
      • Search content stored in searchable databases
      • Scholarly Literature Search Engines
      • Search content from scholarly journals publishers websites/grey literature published from institutes and repositories
    • 11. Advantages of Search Engines
      • Enable to quick search to vast amount of information from one search box
      • Search on a specific type or piece of
      • information is possible
      • Different types of search engines enable to look for specific types of documents
    • 12. Disadvantages of Search Engines
      • Creates information overload
      • Semantic search is not possible
      • Privacy and security is of concern
      • Makes everyone to dependent
    • 13. Search Engines v/s Directories v/s Portals
      • SEARCH ENGINES
      • Crawl Web for information
      • Automatic Indexing
      • Change in webpage automatically gets updated
      • DIRECTORIES
      • Human editing
      • Change in webpage will not automatically updated
      • PORTALS
      • Information put by individuals or organizations
    • 14. Limitations of Search Engines
      • Can not index the entire web. Most of the search engines can index only between 40% and 60% of the web
      • Can not index sites governed by passwords and developed using frames
    • 15.  
    • 16. Q & A
      • Questions and Answers ??

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