Using the Web Efficiently : Mobile Crawlers

@inproceedings{Hammer1998UsingTW,
  title={Using the Web Efficiently : Mobile Crawlers},
  author={Joachim Hammer},
  year={1998}
}
Search engines have become important tools for Web navigation. In order to provide powerful search facilities, search engines maintain comprehensive indices of documents available on the Web. The creation and maintenance of Web indices is done by Web crawlers, which recursively traverse and download Web pages on behalf of search engines. Analysis of the collected information is performed after the data has been downloaded. In this research, we propose an alternative, more efficient approach to… CONTINUE READING
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