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What is semantic search and why is it important


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What is semantic search and why is it important
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What is semantic search and why is it important

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  2. 2. What Is Semantic Search And Why Is It Important? With the recent breakthroughs in online search algorithms, searching for a layman has become as easy as sipping a cup of cappuccino. What very few people know about is how the science of semantics has been used to implement it all.Semantic search is the future. Read More Here
  3. 3. Conditions The computational analogy in semantic search analyzes multiple conditions some of which are mentioned below: - Location of the user - Context of the search - User intent - Choice of words - Synonyms - Specialized queries - Concept matching - Natural language matching
  4. 4. Types of Search Out of the two basic types of search, navigational and research search, navigational search does not bring semantic search into use as the user there just wants to direct to a known website or a document one has a fair enough idea about already. More about SEO
  5. 5. Rather than using page ranks that many search engines keep track of in search, semantic search gives search relevancy a greater importance, or semantics, the science of meaning in language where the user doesn’t have to look through the search results to find an appropriate website and instead is provided with one. Read More Here
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