|Jun18-08, 01:40 AM||#1|
Road to faster search engines?
Might a road to significantly faster search engines (25% faster) be via use of a cache of say the 100,000 most frequent search words and phrases utilized, typical for over a year? Might one have perhaps a number of distributive caches for a multitude of different processors and associated memories?
|Jun18-08, 12:55 PM||#2|
I think that's probably already done. Google has a statistics page where it shows the most common words searched of the day. It doesn't really feel like there needs to be much of a speed increase. Anything I type in seems to be pretty much instant.
I wouldn't mind an auto-fill feature like the "suggestion" dropdown when searching using the top right bar in firefox. (having that on the main page)
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