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A design and implementation of the management system for number of keyword searching results using Google searching engine
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A design and implementation of the management system for number of keyword searching results using Google searching engine
Lee, Ju-Yeon; Lee, Jung-Hwa; Park, Yoo-Hyun;
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 Abstract
With lots of information occurring on the Internet, the search engine plays a role in gathering the scattered information on the Internet. Some search engines show not only search result pages including search keyword but also search result numbers of the keyword. The number of keyword searching result provided by the Google search engine can be utilized to identify overall trends for this search word on the internet. This paper is aimed designing and realizing the system which can efficiently manage the number of searching result provided by Google search engine. This paper proposed system operates by Web, and consist of search agent, storage node, and search node, manage keyword and search result, numbers, and executing search. The proposed system make the results such as search keywords, the number of searching, NGD(Normalized Google Distance) that is the distance between two keywords in Google area.
 Keywords
Search Engine;Parallel system;keyword search;Big Data;Data Science;
 Language
Korean
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