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Chapter 8: Search engine

Search Engine

How do search engine work?

        Internet search engines are special sites on the Web that are designed to help people find information stored on other sites. There are differences in the ways various search engines work, but they all perform three basic tasks:
  • They search the Internet -- or select pieces of the Internet -- based on important words.
  • They keep an index of the words they find, and where they find them.
  • They allow users to look for words or combinations of words found in that index.
        Early search engines held an index of a few hundred thousand pages and documents, and received maybe one or two thousand inquiries each day. Today, a top search engine will index hundreds of millions of pages, and respond to tens of millions of queries per day. In this article, we'll tell you how these major tasks are performed, and how Internet search engines put the pieces together in order to let you find the information you need on the Web.

         Without them, it would be virtually impossible to locate anything on the Web without knowing a specific URL. But do you know how search engines work? And do you know what makes some search engines more effective than others?
When people use the term search engine in relation to the Web, they are usually referring to the actual search forms that searches through databases of HTML documents, initially gathered by a robot.

These are some example of search engine website you may know

Did You Know...         The first tool for searching the Internet, created in 1990, was called "Archie". It downloaded directory listings of all files located on public anonymous FTP servers; creating a searchable database of filenames. A year later "Gopher" was created. It indexed plain text documents. "Veronica" and "Jughead" came along to search Gopher's index systems. The first actual Web search engine was developed by Matthew Gray in 1993 and was called "Wandex".

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Chapter 7

These are some ideas to help and support the flooding crisis in Thailand

          For at a moment, Thailand had been flood for more than 2 months long this is a large critical subject for Thailand.

          Over twenty provinces had been suffered of the high volume of water, as we seen on NEWS that every agencies and institutions are trying to collaborate the flood victims.

          I think for now, that we already encountered the flooding crisis, we can support the victims by donate some primary factors such as dried or instant foods, water, medicine, vests, and also boat to help them to be able to escape from the very suffered area or to reach to recieve our items.

          Medical service is one another important and essential we must care because there are many ailment came with the water. During this situation, people are care more about themselves and their belongings, many people not desire to leave their house.


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Chapter6 Report writing and Citation

Example of writing citation
Elliott, H. Public  personnel administration: A value perspective. Reston, VA: Reston   Publishing, 1985. 
Burris-Meyer, H., and Cole, E. C. Theatres and  auditoriums. 2 nd ed. with new    supplement. New  York: Robert E. Krieger, 1975.
Fletcher, R. The making  of sociology:  A  study  of  sociology  theory. Vol. 1:    Beginnings and foundations. New  York: Charles Scribner’s Sons,    1971.
Katz, W. A. Introduction  to reference  work. 2 Vols. 2 nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill,    1974.

Thailand. Office of the National Education Commission. A research report on higher   education system: A case study of Thailand. Bangkok: Office of the    National Education Commission, 1977.

Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. ESCAP trade promotion    centre: What it is, what it does, 1976-1977. Bangkok: ESCAP, 1976.   (Mimeographed)

Bower, K.L.,and others. FYI on where to start – bibliography of  internet working   information[Online].1990. Available from E-mail:   

Prizker, T.J. An early fragment from central Nepal[Online]. (n.d.). Available from:

This is an example of well structure report link