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Many search engines rely on automatically generated indices, either by themselves or in combination with other technologies, e.g., Aliweb < public/aliweb/aliweb.html>; AltaVista; Excite; Harvest <>; HotBot; Infoseek; Lycos; Magellan <magellan.corn>; MerzScope <merzcom.
In June 1995, we made a series of tests on a number of then existing Internet indexing systems; these were ALIWEB, DACLOD, EINet Galaxy, GNA Meta-Library, Harvest, InfoSeek, Lycos, Nikos, RBSE, World Wide Web Catalog, WebCrawler, WWW, and Yahoo.
com/search/), a newer tool, bills itself as "The Ultimate Parallel Search." It queries 15 different search engines: info-Seek, Lycos, WebCrawler, Yahoo!, Alta-Vista, Excite, New Rider's World Wide Web Yellow Pages, Magellan, Point Search, Inktomi, Galaxy, Aliweb, Tribal Voice, Apollo, and Open Text.
He executed the searches on six services.[9] Leslie Finck, also using three search topics, and testing eight engines, including AltaVista, Lycos, Open Text, InfoSeek, and AliWeb, stated.
Assembling a derived work from material already online is easy and some automatic search robots, such as HARVEST and ALIWEB, build listings of online citations to candidate documents relevant to a topic [4].