www.HuriSearch.org - A Search Engine for Human Rights Information
AbstractThis article provides a brief overview of search engines and describes how they work. It highlights HuriSearch, a human rights search engine, initiated by HURIDOCS - Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems, International. The article describes the background and aims of HuriSearch and the way in which the project has been implemented. This is followed by a comparison between HuriSearch and the general search engine Google, concerning the relevancy of searches and the depth of crawling. Finally, the future perspectives of HuriSearch are outlined.
Copyright (c) 2006 JSSE - Journal of Social Science Education
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.