This two-page article provides an excellent summary of the state-of-the-art of Internet search engine technology. The author works for Google, so it is slightly biased in favor of search engines (as opposed to metadata-enabled systems) as the best search tecnology.
The article describes the problem of the "dark web," that is, the valuable information hidden behind search interfaces on web sites that search engines are unable to crawl.
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