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  Abika is an Interactive Search Engine. How does Interactive Search work?
  Abika.com is an interactive computer service that helps search information by connecting searchers to search guides who are knowledgeable about the searches you are looking for. By selecting specific search queries you search with help of the Search Guide who listed the search query and is knowledgeable about your search and can help you with what you seek. For most conventional search engines like Google, Yahoo, Alta Vista and MSN Search the searches are conducted automatically by a computer program (algorithm) that searches websites and internet data, while in the Abika.com model, searches are conducted through people and by people. Conventional search engines crawl the web and create an index of web pages and data that is on computers while Abika.com creates an index of people who are skilled searchers or have knowledge of other people. The index includes results of crawling the internet and submission of listings by researchers. The amount of information that people know about other people is much greater than the amount of information stored on all the world's computers and databases combined. However Person to Person search also has the disadvantage that each search result is a lot more expensive than results returned using conventional search technologies. Person to Person search involves people and computers and adapts useful features of both the client server and peer to peer search engine technologies. Any deduced search results are compiled through a continuous interaction and overlapping of induction and deduction, of available data, theoretical hypotheses, pattern analysis and empirical evidence. The emerging field of induction and deduction is the basis of a few primetime hit shows on CBS such as  "Criminal Minds" and "Numbers".

In today's information age there is a glut of information and everyone can see and has access to a lot of information, however what is more important is noticing what one sees and reasoning from what one sees.

Following section introduces you to the concept of a search engine and explain how conventional client-server based search engines work.

The internet consists of literally billions of web pages, spread across thousands and thousands of servers all over the world. Search engines exist to sort this information and find the specific information that you seek.

Search engines generally use special software called crawlers or spiders that scan around the internet automatically finding hyperlinks and following them from one web page to the next and extracting important information from them. Search engines then use this information to compile a database that has an index which correlates keywords to the specific location of the information such as web pages, images and files. All search engines start from a few web pages specified manually by humans. From these pages they start following the hyperlinks from one page to another.  This leaves a very large portion of the web that has no hyper linking completely invisible. Search engines like Google or MSN search have a massive database of more than 8 billion pages. When someone enters a query into the search box of a search engine their input searches the occurrences of those keywords and then the subsequent web page in the order it was ranked by the ranking algorithm. These ranking algorithms are unique to each search engine. Search engines rank pages according to their own formulas. However ranks are usually assigned based on the statistical weighted averages of a number of relevance scores which can be derived from factors such as the number of times the word occurs in a page, what words are used in the page title, meta tags and so on. Search engines do not actually search the internet directly. When you search something on a search engine you are actually searching the database created by the search engine that has a snapshot of the internet. So while current search engines are ok for day to day searching, they still have many disadvantages. They are very expensive to design, implement and maintain and they do not search the internet in real time. They also do not enable you to find the vast information that is not within the reach of their crawlers. They can only search information that is on servers and computers and the rate at which the internet changes just makes the problem more complex. With present technology it is nearly impossible for a centralized search engine to index information of the internet in real time and therefore return the most current or relevant search result.

   
Click here to view the dynamic list of some of the researchers. These are independent researchers and Abika does not know how they do the research. Abika notifies researchers who provide non-internet research to only fulfill the search request if they can conduct the research in compliance with Federal, State or Local Laws. Your order information including any messages and search results are generally deleted from Abika.com's servers after six months of inactivity.
 

 

 

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