Google Search Algorithm Video Discussing Spell Correction for Long Queries
If you are wondering about the strategies behind the Google search algorithm, then watch this video on the search teams meeting about improved Spell Correction for Long Queries. This has been a problem for a long time so they are now taking the 2 top words and basing their corrections around them 5 words at a time.
The engineers that design Google’s algorithm changes spill the beans. In a new era of openness Google has a video describing how they work on algorithms to improve the quality of search engine results pages.
The meeting filmed includes the following attendees and more:
- Amit Singhal, he wrote the core of Google’s base search algorithnm in 2000 and leads search quality
- Scott Huffman, oversees Search testing and evaluation
- Lars Hellsten, Engineer on spell correcton team
- Matt Cutts, Google’s Spam Cop
- Pandu Nayak, Googles query understanding lead
- Benj Azose, search quality analyst
A few notable facts mentioned in the meeting:
- Some estimates say that there are more calculations in one Google search than the number it took to put a man on the moon.
- More than 1,000 person-years of labor have gone into the Google search algorithm.
- In 2011 there were roughly 520 Google search algorithm quality improvements across 58,000 quality experiments
- Google search algorithm changes affect more than 100 languages and locales
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