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    A Proposal for Categorization and Nomenclature for Web Search Tools Scott Nicholson, Ph.D. Syracuse University School of Information Studies.

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    Ambiguities in Web search tool (more commonly known as "search engine") terminology are problematic when conductin precise, replicable research or when teaching others to use search tools. Standardized terminology would enable Web searchers to be aware of subtle differences between Web search tools and the implications of these for searching. A categorization and nomenclature for standardized classifications of different aspects of Web search tools is proposed, and advantages and disadvantages of using tools in each category are discussed.

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    Title : A Proposal for Categorization and Nomenclature for Web Search Tools Scott Nicholson, Ph.D. Syracuse University School of Information Studies.
    Author(s) : Scott Nicholson
    Abstract : Ambiguities in Web search tool (more commonly known as "search engine") terminology are problematic when conductin precise, replicable research or when teaching others to use search tools. Standardized terminology would enable Web searchers to be aware of subtle differences between Web search tools and the implications of these for searching. A categorization and nomenclature for standardized classifications of different aspects of Web search tools is proposed, and advantages and disadvantages of using tools in each category are discussed.
    Keywords : 2, 3, 4, 5, more precise, web keyword indexes, all names given, any field, develops, however, current web search, introduction inspiration, lead confusion, not only can, world wide web, reader research, robot generated databases, search engines, search to

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2003

    Affiliations School of Information Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
    Journal : World Wide Web Internet And Web Information Systems
    Volume : 2
    Issue : 2000
    Pages : 1-10
    Url : http://api.mendeley.com/research/proposal-categorization-nomenclature-web-search-tools-scott-nicholson-phd-syracuse-university-school-information-studies/

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