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Hi!
I would like to know if there are any links to ready code or architecture for meaning based Search Engine or English text to sql query conversion
Please reply asap
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Gautham Kasinath
 
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Hai,
Sorry to disturb with this question, because i don't find answer for this. Can u tell me the architecture of a simple search engine which searches the site based on the meta tag, if not tell me mechanism of searching other than database search.
Also help in me explaining about meta tag.
Thanx in advance.
Roshini
 
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Roshini,
The "META" tag is for adding extra info into HTML files, info that is not part of the display instructions. If you view the source of nearly any HTML document, you will see examples of it...the format is
<pre><h4>META NAME = "name" CONTENT = "content"
</h4></pre>
(between less-than and greater-than symbols, like any other HTML tag of course)
some common parameter names are "keywords", "description", "generator", "author", and there are others. "Keywords" is probably the most used, as many search engines rank their listed sites according to words found in the CONTENT field of a "keywords" meta tag.
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