Google goes clusty

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CNet schrijft over Peter Norvig, Ph.D., Director of Search Quality for Google, die meer verteld over de clustering technology:

Norvig highlighted a research paper written by a Google employee last year regarding a classification engine the company is testing. The technology can parse a proper noun or compound nouns into several categories in order to deliver clustered results, for example. For a query on "ATM," or asynchronous transfer mode, the engine would be able to use the terms "such as" on Web pages indexed with the term to discover that it can be linked to the expression "high-speed networks." As a result, a search for high-speed networks might pull up a cluster on ATM.

Grappig dat een verband wordt gelegd ten opzichte van MSN's Encarte. De concurrentiestrijd is dus echt begonnen :-)

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