Bill Slawski points to an older patent from Google that explores ways to index the "deep" Web when explaining a project by the Regents of the University of California, which represents a group of
universities across the state.
Supported by government funding, people at the universities have begun work to improve the types of pages search engines find, crawl, index and serve up to
people searching for information on the Web. Slawski tells us why indexing deep pages is important, and points to a simplified whitepaper for those who want to take a deeper dive.
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