Tag Archive for search engine

Google and the Seismic Shift That’s Happening in Search

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by Angela Guess Chris Holton recently wrote for Business 2 Community, “SEOs and marketers, you better hold on to your keyboards, because Google may be about to fundamentally restructure how its search engine goes about indexing web pages.  If a team of Google researchers has their way, link profiling may become a thing of the…

How Google Stays on Top of Search

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by Angela Guess Steven Levy of Medium.com recently wrote, “For its entire 17-year history, Google Search has always been evolving, a process that the company often marks with celebratory blog items and an occasional press event. (Though when it comes to quantifying the changes, Google reverts to its usual dogged stinginess — for years, it has described…

New Opps For Libraries And Vendors Open Up In BIBFRAME Transition

by Jennifer Zaino Opportunities are opening up in the library sector, both for the institutions themselves and providers whose solutions and services can expand in that direction. These vistas will be explored in a session hosted by Kevin Ford, digital project coordinator at the Library of Congress at next week’s Semantic Technology & Business conference…

SIREn Schemaless Structured Doc Search System Zips Through Complex Nested Document Search

by Jennifer Zaino Schemaless structured document search system SIREn (Semantic Information Retrieval ENgine) has posted some impressive benchmarks for a demonstration it did of its prowess in searching complex nested documents. A blog here discusses the test, which indexed a collection of about 44,000 U.S. patent grant documents, with an average of 1,822 nested objects per doc, comparing Lucene’s Blockjoin…

Let Semantic Tech Help You Plan Your Summer Fun

by Jennifer Zaino Memorial Day brought with it the official kickoff of summer! Along with that comes everything from outside living to family vacations. Semantic technology can be part of the fun. Over the next couple of days we’ll look at some ways it can chip in. Let’s start with food as you start thinking…

Semantic Markup Pays Off But For Whom?

by Jennifer Zaino Many eyes are turning to research being done by SEO optimization vendor Searchmetrics about the virtues of semantic markup. Exploring the enrichment of search results through microdata integration, it says it has analyzed “tens of thousands of representative keywords, and rankings for over half a million domains from our comprehensive database, for…