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Hakia is a semantic web search engine. It is known for placing an emphasis on the quality of information retrieved from a web search, and it uses librarian-recommended resources in its search results.
In 2008, it indexed (or "QDEXed," the service's term for its special semantic indexing process) over 10 million PubMed abstracts, and now claims that it provides better search recall than a typical inverted-index search engine.
The specific PubMed search portal from Hakia can be found here.
- ↑ Statement on http://company.hakia.com/about.html. Accessed on September 16, 2009.
- ↑ "hakia Adds 10 million PubMed Articles to its Semantic Search Engine." Posted June 12, 2008 on http://blog.hakia.com/?p=310. Accessed on September 16, 2009.