CiteSeerx: an architecture and web service design for an academic document search engine

@inproceedings{Li2006CiteSeerxAA,
  title={CiteSeerx: an architecture and web service design for an academic document search engine},
  author={Huajing Li and Isaac G. Councill and Wang-Chien Lee and C. Lee Giles},
  booktitle={WWW '06},
  year={2006}
}
CiteSeer is a scientific literature digital library and search engine which automatically crawls and indexes scientific documents in the field of computer and information science. After serving as a public search engine for nearly ten years, CiteSeer is starting to have scaling problems for handling of more documents, adding new feature and more users. Its monolithic architecture design prevents it from effectively making use of new web technologies and providing new services. After analyzing… 

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