0312024.pdf - Evolution Google vs DRIS Wang Liang1 Guo Yiping2 Fang Ming1 1(Department of Control Science and Control Engineer Huazhong University of

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Evolution: Google vs. DRIS Wang Liang 1 , Guo Yiping 2 , Fang Ming 1 1 (Department of Control Science and Control Engineer, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, WuHan, 430074 P.R.China) 2(Library of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, WuHan 430074 P.R.China) E-mail:[email protected] Abstracts : This paper gives an absolute new search system that builds the information retrieval infrastructure for Internet. Now most search engine companies are mainly concerned with how to make profit from company users by advertisement and ranking prominence, but never consider what its real customers will feel. Few web search engines can sell billions dollars just at the cost of inconvenience of most Internet users, but not its high quality of search service. When we have to bear the bothersome advertisements in the awful results and have no choices, Internet as the kind of public good will surely be undermined. If current Internet can't fully ensure our right to know, it may need some sound improvements or a revolution. 1 Introduction For many scientists, finding the information they really want on Internet is still a hit-and-miss affair. There are billions of web pages, millions of databases and many other kinds of information resources on Internet, but there still no an efficient method to manage and utilize these exponentially growing information. As the "information management system" of Internet, any current search engines can't continue to index close to the entire Web as it grows (1). "Too much information means no information". Obtaining the precise and comprehensive information from all these resources is becoming a kind of acrobatics. On the other hand, Internet belongs to every of us, but Google is its god. We normally obtain information from search engine. But it administrates what you could know and what you couldn't reach to a large extent. If all the information is in the charge of a small group, Internet will surely become its own vault (2). Here we show our work, an absolutely new kind of search system, DRIS (Domain resources integrate system), which is built as an infrastructure of Internet. The basic idea of DRIS is that search should be the internal function of Internet and everyone should have his own personal intelligent search engine. This system will absolutely transform the basic idea of search engine and return dominion of Internet to every of us from search engine company. You will get what you really want from your own search engine: precise, comprehensive, fresh information. We first briefly introduce three kinds of current information retrieval system, and then describe the basic content of DRIS. 2 Three kinds of search system Besides web search engines, we can also obtain information from other kinds of information retrieval system such as FTP, P2P and many databases in library. All this information retrieval systems can be divided into three kinds by architecture.
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  • Fall '14
  • DeborahPembleton
  • Web search engine, World Wide Web, search engine, DRIs

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