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Today we begin to discuss the concepts behind web search and the top-level design of TSE and its decomposition into three major components: crawler, indexer, and query. In this lecture, we discuss some of the foundational issues associated with searching the web. We also discuss the overall architectural design of a more comprehensive search engine than TSE.
This paper gives insights into search-engine design. You can skip the plots and deeper research material, but do your best to understand the text on the main components and design issues of a search engine. A general search-engine architecture. Requirement of crawler and demonstration of a crawler implementation. Searching the Web How do you get information from the Web? As of January 27, there are 6. To get information about hiking in New Hampshire, I can use a search engine such as Google as an information retrieval system; it returns a list of links URLs to sites that have the keywords I specified embedded in them.
Conveniently, the search engine orders ranks the links so the most-relevant pages are near the top of the list. Google responded to my query in 0. How is that possible? How does Google search more than 4 billion web pages in half of a second? How does Google rank the pages in the resulting list?
Although the original algorithm was published, Google continues to refine and tweak it and keeps the details secret. When and how does Google build that index? And how does it find all the pages on the web? Later, a search query is broken into words, and each word is sought in the index, returning a set of URLs where that word appears. For a multi-word query, they intersect the sets to find a set where all words appear.
Then they apply the page-rank algorithm to the set to produce a ranked list. Check out this nice video from Google explaining how search engine works. General search engine architecture [Arvind, ] Search engines like Google are complex, sophisticated, highly distributed systems. Below we reproduce the general search engine architecture discussed in Searching the Web. The main components include parallel crawlers, crawler control when and where to crawl , page repository, indexer, analysis, collection of data structures index tables, structure, utility , and a query engine and ranking module.
Such a general architecture would take a significant amount of time to code. In our TSE, we will implement a stripped down version of the main components. An HTML file is a text file with an htm or html file extension. HTML pages can be created by tools or simply in an editor like emacs. You will not need to write any HTML for this course. In most web pages, most of the content is outside the tags because the tags are there to format the content. For TinySearchEngine, we define keywords as being outside of tags.
Feel free to write your own if you prefer. Demonstration Here is the requirements spec of Crawler. Crawler execution and output Below is a snippet of when the program starts to crawl the CS50 website to a depth of 1. The crawler prints status information as it goes along. Note, you might consider covering this debugging print-out code in an ifdef block that can be triggered by a compile-time switch.
See the Lecture extra about this trick. Much better than a mish-mash of arbitrary output formats! Notice the inline modifier. Below is a peek at the files created during the above crawl. Notice how each page starts with the URL, then a number the depth of that page during the crawl , then the contents of the page here I printed only the first line of the content. The top-level Makefile recursively calls Make on each of the source directories.
You can then link these libraries into your other programs without having to list all the individual. I am deeply indebted to these outstanding educators.
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Today we begin to discuss the concepts behind web search and the top-level design of TSE and its decomposition into three major components: crawler, indexer, and query. In this lecture, we discuss some of the foundational issues associated with searching the web. We also discuss the overall architectural design of a more comprehensive search engine than TSE. This paper gives insights into search-engine design. You can skip the plots and deeper research material, but do your best to understand the text on the main components and design issues of a search engine.
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