Friday, November 13, 2009

11/17 Muddiest Point

How do limits in scalability affect the Google search engine in retrieving deep web documents?

1 comment:

  1. As I understand it it's not so much a scalability issue as an issue of how Google crawls the web and develops it's index.
    The Deep Web exists only as unique searchable items, that is, each URL/address is dynamically generated, so that means for Google to make it searchable, it would have to do it's webcrawling and indexing realtime, looking through these searchable Deep Web databases.