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1. Service FAQs | Oxford Mosaic

make your site visible only to logged-in users . prevent your site being indexed by search engines. ... Other search engines offer a similar service. General Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) principles should be considered for any publicly-visible

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2. Making effective websites | University of Oxford

Stephen Sangar from our web team provided top tips for how web pages can be tweaked for better search engine optimization, and used London 2012 as a topical example. ... pptx Search engine optimisation.pptx 5.1 MB. Took place on 22 November 2012.

www.ox.ac.uk/public-affairs/making-effective-websites- 66k - 16 Sep 2021 - Cached

3. Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford: Relation extraction using a handful of labeled examples, a web search engine and imitation learning

University of Oxford Department of Computer Science. Search. ... With these considerations in mind, we develop a two-stage KBP system that is able to learn from around 30 examples per relation and a web search engine.

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4. OII | Professor Greg Taylor

48 (2) 387-408. de Cornière, A. and Taylor, G. (2014) "Integration and search engine bias", The RAND Journal of Economics. ... 45 (3) 576-597. Taylor, G. (2013) "Search Quality and Revenue Cannibalization by Competing Search Engines", Journal of

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5. OII | Digital Hegemonies: The Localness of Search Engine Results

Search for :. 4 May 2017. Author:. ... Read More Digital Hegemonies: The Localness of Search Engine Results.

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6. Think twice before trusting a digital assistant to do the shopping | University of Oxford

While today we use search engines for information, in the years ahead we will increasingly rely on digital personal assistants, voice-activated digital helpers and our smart phones. ... We should be aware that search engines, computer bots and digital

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2016-12-15-think-twice-trusting-digital-assistant-do-shopping- 55k - 23 Sep 2021 - Cached

7. Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford: Information access through search engines and digital libraries: past, present, and future

of the retrieval function are automatically managed through an information retrieval system, also called a search engine. ... Her research interests are information access through search engines and digital libraries, user-oriented keyword-based search

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8. OII | Professor Mark Graham

Digital Hegemonies: The Localness of Search Engine Results. ... Re: Search New Media and Society. 15(8) 1366-1373 (pre-publication version here).

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9. OII | Computational Propaganda in China: An Alternative Model of a Widespread Practice

10 February 2015. Author:. Min Jiang. Users and critics remain skeptical of state-run search engines. ... The 2011 launch of Jike, the Chinese state-run search engine, received a mixed response; and the jury is still out.

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10. OII | Digital Hegemonies: The Localness of Search Engine Results

5 November 2015. Author:. Heather Ford. Google results from a search for ‘Jerusalem’, 5 Nov. ... Google announced yesterday that search was becoming more social. We won’t go into the technical details in this post (the NYT provides a useful overview

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