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MIT's Search Engine: Ultraseek

The current MIT Search Engine (Inktomi) is now documented at

MIT's has roughly 900 webservers hosting over 400,000 public documents, and that number is growing rapidly. For this reason, Information Systems has purchased Ultraseek, a powerful search engine to replace Harvest. The engine will index all of MIT's webservers, and will allow web publishers to restrict searching to their own pages.

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Searching MIT

Including and Excluding Pages

Customizing Ultraseek

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