What if Google Used Clusters?

Oct 5, 2004 - 1:45 pm 0 by
Filed Under Search Theory

A thread over at WebmasterWorld named Could Google Be Having a Revolution?, discussed the possibility that Google might be using some sort of clustering technology to provide relevant results. Can they be? I would think on some level, behind the scenes they are. But will they go as far as Clusty or even Teoma in terms of refining results? I doubt it.

As search grows and more features like clustering, personalization, local and the like continue to spring up, do you think the simple Google box will go away? I don't think anyone does. This thread is interesting and worthwhile reading, IMO. What if Google did deploy a high level of clustering to its algorithm?



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