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Old November 9th, 2004, 04:37 PM
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dear developers,

I want to make a search engine to search my site and another search engine to search all Bangladeshi sites.

i think before doing that i need know indexing.

i want to study search engine indexing technology.

can u tell me from where i can learn indexing tech.
and what others i have to know to make search engine

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To search your own site, just use google with search string "site:www.mysite.org"

ie:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...iconfury.co.uk

searches all pages on my personal site.

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Jamez/SiliconFuRy
 
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Rajuru:

There are a few main flavours for search engines, but here are 2 good ones:

Reverse Indexing
Vector Space Searching

Here's a tutorial for vector space search engines: http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2003/02/19/engine.html

That's a total godsend, even if you don't know perl. Make sure you read it two or three times. At the end of that tutorial, they also have a few links to other good tutorials, where you can learn about reverse indexing.

The main concept of reverse indexing is that you have an index (like you might have at the back of a book), which tells in which pages words appear. Works a treat, and is really simple to learn.

Good luck!

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thanks you very much, i m going there

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