SortFix originated from the very basic dilemma of how to improve the web search so as to, in fact, find relevant results. SortFix Team examined the search strategies of a large group of volunteers and discovered they could be divided roughly into 2 groups: Regular searchers and advanced searchers. The technology encourages the user to “speak” with the search engine and describe a longer and detailed query, as an advanced user would do, in less time and with words that even an advanced user could not come up with by him self.
Kngine just released a new search technology called: ‘Parallel Search’ When you entered ‘Authors’, Kngine will list popular authors in result page, then you can filter this list by: Date of Birth, Nationality, Place of Birth, School or Movement. Parallel Search allows you to perform research on authors with same attributes.
Each search engine has its own method of searching and each will return different results. Dogpile looks at all of them, decides which are most relevant to your search, eliminates duplicates and reveals them to you. In the end, you get a list of results more complete than anywhere else on the Web. The time-saving philosophy of metasearch is so important to us that it even inspired our name! In rugby, players come together and pile on top of one another.
The internal search engine can search for parts of page titles or page title prefixes, and in specific categories and namespaces. It can also limit a search to pages with specific words in the title or located in specific categories or namespaces. The search box is located at the top right on every page on the standard Wikipedia skin (Vector). It will take you to the article which matches your query, otherwise it displays the search results