focus on a specific domain, such as Wikipedia or Semidico, a search tool for biomedical literature. Clustered search. This is similar to a faceted search, but without the predefined categories. Visit Carrot2.org to better understand this concept. After conducting a search, click on the “foamtree” option to see how you can refine your search. The refining options are extracted from the content in pages of the initial search. Natural language search. Natural language search tools attempt to extract words from questions such as “How many countries are there in Europe?” and create a semantic representation of the query. Initially, this is what people hoped search engines would evolve toward, but Grimes wonders if we have
become so accustomed to typing just one or two words into our queries that writing out a whole question may seem like too much work.How do metadata tags facilitate more accurate search results? Briefly describe the three evolutionary stages of the Internet. Define the words “context,” “personalization,” and “vertical search” and explain how they make for morepowerful and accurate search results.
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