gg-2 - PrinciplesofEffectiveWeb Search

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Principles of Effective Web  Search R: 1/24/11 1
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Introduction  The World Changes Constantly Companies Products Product innovations How-to’s Resources to improve our quality of life 2
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The Vast Internet Estimated number of web pages:  27 Billion to 1 Trillion Tripled in last few years Growing rapidly 3
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Web is an Immense Resource  Research Competitors Products and Services Gospel and personal growth topics Genealogy Jobs Download music, software, drivers Communicate 4
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Methods to Avoid Can’t find what I want Too much of what I don’t want 5
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The Good, Bad, and the Ugly Uplifting  Vs.  Degrading Credible   Vs.    Non-credible 6
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How the web is indexed  Search Engines Single-Threaded (Spider-based) Multi-threaded (Meta) Search Engines Subject Indexes 7
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Characteristics of All Web  Indexes Limited Samples  No central, all-inclusive index
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ISYS 200 taught by Professor Dean during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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