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This volunteer extended the search to include several other search engines that are considered more popular in their use. The results illustrate that search engines and the results are changing dynamically. However, it is still very unlikely that a user will, for example, search the 1,300,000 results as shown in Google or the 3,688,456 shown in Lycos. The following table illustrates their results. Table 3. Search Results and Evaluation as of June 2002 Search query: Conference Australia Search Engines AltaVista Excite Lycos Yahoo Number of pages returned Conference: 26,194,461 and Australia: 34,334,654 2,811,220 673,912 40 categories and 257 sites Number of relevant pages 2,050 I-agent relevant pages 180 Number of relevant pages from i-agent and evolutionary algorithms 179 from 200 pages returned 1,889 2,210 84 sites were relevant The dynamics of web data and information means that the simulation could be done any day and different results will be obtained.
Search engines’ ranking algorithms are often based on the use of the position and frequency of keywords for their search. The web pages with the most instances of a keyword, and the position of the Copyright © 2004, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. com, 2002; Eyeballz, 2002). Search engines usually provide the users with the top 10 to 20 relevant hits. There is limited information on the specific details of the algorithms that search engines employ to achieve their particular results.
Is prohibited. Web Data Mining and Information Retrieval 19 performance of the information that is being extracted from the WWW for users. Agents are computer programs that can assist the user with computer applications. Intelligent Agents (i-agents or IAs) are computer programs that assist the user with their tasks. I-agents may be on the Internet, or they can be on mobile wireless architectures. In the context of this research, however, the tasks that we are primarily concerned with include reading, filtering and sorting, and maintaining information.