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MetaCrawler

A metasearch engine from InfoSpace, Inc., Bellevue, WA (www.infospaceinc.com) that was developed at the University of Washington and released on the Internet in 1995. Its technology was acquired by Go2Net, Inc. in 1997 and by the InfoSpace Network in 2000. Other Internet properties from InfoSpace in the area of online directory search include Dogpile.com, Webcrawler.com and webFetch.com. See Web search engines.
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Others are Meta search engines like metacrawler and MSN search that fetch results from other search engines.
One of her many projects was helping to develop the first metacrawler search engine for navigating the web (before there was Google).
* Realizar una revision bibliografica consultando diversas bases de datos nacionales e internacionales (Dialnet, DOAJ, EBSCO, Teseo), Catalogos (WorldCat, Rebiun) y motores de busqueda (Trovator y MetaCrawler) para consultar el estado de la cuestion.
MetaCrawler and Dogpile are the examples of Meta search engines.
The population was including five engine search; Ask, Bing, Google, Lycos, Yahoo and four meta search engines of Excite, Dogpile, Mamma and Metacrawler. 30 keywords were selected by medical experts and were searched in these engines and meta search engine.
It is a metasearch engine or metacrawler, which means it searches using several search engines for more complete coverage, which is discussed later in this article.
In addition to single source WSE's, such as Google and Bing, there are also metasearch WSE's, such as Dogpile or Metacrawler, which combine search results from several WSE's (Jansen et al., 2007).
Combining the results from multiple search engines can greatly improve the coverage, as was done with meta search engine such as MetaCrawler (www.metacrawler.com).
Para obtener informacion de Internet se utilizaron buscadores como Google Scholar, Scirus, Yahoo y Altavista; metabuscadores: Ixquick, Metacrawler e Infoseek.
MetaCrawler integration search engine.Library Works and Studies 2002 (3) 46~47
It also competes with Infospace s Dogpile, WebCrawler and MetaCrawler in metasearch, or returning results from multiple search engines.
El internet se exploro con los siguientes motores de busqueda: Metacrawler, Google Academic, dogpile, Looksmart y Journal Sede.