Description: Sekhol Finder is a tool for deep Internet searches. It allows to create unlimited and fully customisable list of search engines with possibility of adding user defined sites and setting search site parameters. The pages referenced in the replies that are returned by the search sites are automatically processed, and the links containing in the meaningful part of the relevant documents are used as a starting point for crawling of the web. The web crawling allows to find the pages that are hidden deeper in the Internet and may not be available directly from the search engines results. The documents are processed using the advanced keywords relevancy test based on arbitrarily expandable boolean keywords expressions. All pages found during the web crawling are downloaded and available for an immediate offline preview with the keywords highlighted. For each page a summary and a thumbnail image can be created, and the search results can be arranged into auto created html reports. The search could be done in completely autonomous mode or be supervised and fine-tuned by a user. In the case of long searches the project data can be saved, and the search can be resumed later. The application also allows to download pages from a user defined list or URL's and create a list of pages or sites to be excluded from the search.
Search concepts, not keywords, IBM tells business IBM plans to give away keysearch technologies for corporate data retrieval that useconcepts and facts instead of simpler "keyword" searches reliedupon by consumer Web companies such as Google Inc. ,the world's largest computer company said on Monday.