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  1. Search Engines 101

    This specialized search engine, from the NEC Research Institute, is focused on computer science research papers. From Resource Discovery to Knowledge Discovery on the Internet http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/117999.html The best way to access Dr.

  2. Search Engine Watch Top Stories of 2002

    Winners Don't Take All: Link Popularity for the Rest of Us SearchDay, Apr.http://searchenginewatch.com/searchday/02/sd0417-nec-winners.html Though a small number of sites get the majority of inbound links and traffic, a new study reveals a...

  3. Search Engine Link Popularity: Winners Don't Take All

    The good news is that there's hope for smaller, less well connected sites, according to "Winners Don't Take All: Characterizing the Competition for Links on the Web," a new study from computer scientists at the NEC Research Institute who have...

  4. Information Wants to be Valuable

    Free Online Availability Substantially Increases a Paper's Impact http://www.nature.com/nature/debates/e-access/Articles/lawrence.html By Steve Lawrence, NEC Research Institute. Scientific Publishing on the 'Semantic Web' http://www.nature.com...

  5. The Search Engine Update, Jan. 18, 2000, Number 69

    As part of its development work, the company has been working with the NEC Research Institute, which has conducted two well-publicized studies of the size of the web. We have done some research in the past and have found that 80-90 percent of all...

  6. Beyond The Hype: Dissecting AltaVista's Claims

    The NEC Research Institute estimated that as of February 1999, there were 2.8 million publicly accessible web servers. The NEC estimate was for web servers, not web sites. But that same NEC study estimated that there were 800 million pages on the...

  7. The Search Engine Report, Nov. 1, 1999, Number 36

    The NEC Research Institute estimated that as of February 1999, there were 2.8 million publicly accessible web servers. The NEC estimate was for web servers, not web sites. But that same NEC study estimated that there were 800 million pages on the...

  8. The Search Engine Update, Nov. 1, 1999, Number 64

    The NEC Research Institute estimated that as of February 1999, there were 2.8 million publicly accessible web servers. The NEC estimate was for web servers, not web sites. But that same NEC study estimated that there were 800 million pages on the...

  9. The Search Engine Report November 1, 1999 - Number 36

    The NEC Research Institute estimated that as of February 1999, there were 2.8 million publicly accessible web servers. The NEC estimate was for web servers, not web sites. But that same NEC study estimated that there were 800 million pages on the...

  10. The Search Engine Report, August 2, 1999, Number 33

    Conducted by scientists at the NEC Research Institute, the study found that there were 800 million indexable pages and 180 million images on the web, as of February 1999 . Meanwhile, those performing more refined and focused queries such as...

  11. The Search Engine Report August 2, 1999 - Number 33

    Conducted by scientists at the NEC Research Institute, the study found that there were 800 million indexable pages and 180 million images on the web, as of February 1999 . Meanwhile, those performing more refined and focused queries such as...

  12. The Search Engine Update, August 2, 1999, Number 58

    Conducted by scientists at the NEC Research Institute, the study found that there were 800 million indexable pages and 180 million images on the web, as of February 1999 . Meanwhile, those performing more refined and focused queries such as...