The Basic Implementation of a Search Engine

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On the 3rd of Sept 2009, I delivered a session at MPSTME, NMIMS (Mumbai), on ‘The Basic Implementation of a Search Engine’.

The crowd attending the session ranged from first year students to final year students and so I kept the session rather basic without going into the details of the subject. The students were bright and very enthusiastic, and the audience participation was simply awesome.

In the session I demonstrated a small Perl Script with a few functions to explain a Crawler, Indexer and Search Logic.

I am attaching the code to this post and below is the video of the session.

Lastly, I would like to thank Gaurav Munjal and the entire ACM MPSTME team for all their help.

This session was part of a CodeChef Campus Chapter. Register here to start a Campus Chapter in your college as well.

CodeChef Talk at MPSTME, NMIMS (Mumbai) from Directi on Vimeo.

~vix on CodeChef Twitter

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