New Methods and Tools for the World Wide Web Search

Vlatko Ceric


Explosive growth of the World Wide Web as well as its heterogeneity call for powerful and easy to use search tools capable to provide the user with a moderate number of relevant answers. This paper presents analysis of key aspects of recently developed Web search methods and tools: visual representation of subject trees, interactive user interfaces, linguistic approaches, image search, ranking and grouping of search results, database search, and scientific information retrieval. Current trends in Web search include topics such as exploiting Web hyperlinking structure, natural language processing, software agents, influence of XML markup language on search efficiency, and WAP search engines.

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