Terrier, a new cutting-edge software for the rapid development of web, intranet and desktop search engines, developed by researchers at the University of Glasgow, has all the prerequisites to become the European answer to Google.
This groundbreaking system from DCS utilises state-of-the-art web search technology. It offers a modular platform for the rapid development of large-scale Information Retrieval applications. Providing indexing and retrieval functionalities, Terrier comes with a powerful proof-of-concept desktop search application.
Terrier outperformed all other participating industrial and academic technologies, particularly in web and terabyte-scale settings, in the annual 2004 International Text Retrieval Conference, held by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the USA.
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