Google Queries for Entity Instances Help Reveal the Classes Where They Belong

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A Search for Entity Instances can Reveal More Information about those Entities {{Information |Description ={{en|1=Ball-and-stick model of oxacillin molecule. The structure is taken from ChemSpider. ID 5873}} |Source ={{own}} |Author =MarinaVladivostok |Date =2013-07-22[/caption] They copy your spelling from the bottle they got at the pharmacy. Unfortunately, they couldn’t read the handwriting of the doctor who … Read more

How Google May Select Data Repository Sources Based Upon Keywords

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Choosing the Right Data Repository Sources Can Make a Difference When I was in law school, I was a teaching assistant for an environmental law professor. One of the tasks he had me working upon was reviewing and analyzing electronic databases that could be used to assess natural resource damages when some environmental harm took … Read more

How Google May Transform Queries into Trigger Queries

Trigger Queries

Trigger Queries are Queries that return specific responses from a search engine, such as specific rich results depending upon the trigger. Recently I wrote about Google’s Enriched Results Patent, where Google looked at query terms searched for, and for some of them, the search engine returned special “enriched” search results that showed off things such … Read more

Google on Creating a Relevant Second Screen for TV

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Google was granted a patent last week that looks like it might have been among the company’s earliest patents filed. It involves showing television programs (News Programs to be more exact) and showing web pages relevant to the transcripts of the shows being presented to viewers in a second screen set. The details of this … Read more

Entity Optimization: How I Came to Love Entities

My Inspiration for Doing Entity Optimization on Sites One of the sites that inspired me to do entity optimization on sites was, at the time for the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association, and has since been rebranded to the more memorable, “Visit Baltimore.” In 2005, the Association told us that they wanted a … Read more