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How Search Works

How Search Works

www.google.com | The life span of a Google query is less then 1/2 second, and involves quite a few steps before you see the most relevant results. Here’s how it all works.

 
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  2. Pappu Khemani

    Heart full greetings to you give valuable information and? work flow about google search engine by pappuinfos

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  5. EdSparksLosAngeles

    he lies in the video. because its not that they wont show an ad? if its not relevant – its they wont show an ad if they are not bidding enough…. duh…

  6. Ramkalyan Rajarammohan

    Thanks Matt! You really make things clear on how search engines work and why links that? points to your websites are so important.

  7. MrIkonor

    Mi ricorda tanto le scuole superiori 😛 Grazie per il video!
    ?

  8. Zech084632

    It’s a big? database of all the pages Google has found – when a page is found it’s said to have been “indexed”, hence the name (Google’s index).

  9. Zech084632

    Hello. On the bottom of the video, click on “CC”, then select “Spanish (Spain)”, and the video will play? in Spanish. 🙂

  10. jelewis2

    *than,? not “then”

  11. johnie1992

    More than? 60mph damn…

  12. SuperVIDEObaby

    thanks you?

  13. frankkoq

    I do not understand in Spanish? please

  14. TheTutSpace

    No, since? not everything is public.

  15. TheTutSpace

    When you look at the back of a non-fiction book, you? will see an index, which basically states keywords and where they can be found. Google’s index is the same sort of principle.

  16. TheKala321

    the title totally looked liked the guy was? doing the robot, bummer…

  17. Ahmad SAmy

    what? is the meaning of ” Google index “

  18. TheSafiyasan

    Is there any place where you? can see the whole web

  19. berkut2006

    37 enginers from yahoo see this..?

  20. davbuc1

    Excellent? explanation.

  21. Charles Reinmuth

    Captioning at 2:31 “I’ll see? adds”. Did you mean *ads*? XD

  22. Diksha APPD

    I think? pigeon ranking..

  23. StefaniNolan

    Not sure I understand the reference to ‘directly adjacent’? search terms. Can anyone reply with a screen capture?
    Thanks,

  24. ACogloc

    The thing I’m wondering is how the query is applied to billions of pages within half a second? Parallel processing can help but only with a linear speed boost. There must be some way this is stored, for example a hash table where every query is preprocessed. But then how are rare string processed so? quick too? Using other preprocessed queries?

    What is secret is the weight given to each element. I don’t think it should be hard to find HOW they work on the data structures aspect