A Study on the XML-based Dynamic Search Engine for Internet Information Retrieval

  • Lee, Yang-Weon (Department of Information and Communication Eng, Honam University)
  • Published : 2003.09.01

Abstract

In the study, a new-concept search agent system for the WWW by using XML-based technology is proposed. The implementation of the prototype of this proposed system, the comparison with traditional search engines, and the evaluation of the prototype system are also.

Keywords

XML;Internet;Search Engine;Database

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