只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[豆知识] 【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[豆知识] 【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2010-5-23 08:45 编辑


  

Bits-of-Knowledge-2010-05-16&05-22


Google Search

 

Search is Google's core technology. Well, how does it work? In this episode, Matt Cutts, an engineer at Google, will tell us that Google creates an index of the web pages it can find and it returns the most relevant results by evaluating more than 200 quality factors. Google's search results are impartial, they're clearly separated from ads and they're returned in less than half a second.





 




user posted image


【电信1】下载:
user posted image (rm)   user 
posted image (mp3)

【电信2】下载:      
user posted image (rm)   user 
posted image (mp3)

【教育网网通】下载:
user posted image (rm)   user 
posted image (mp3)

版主提示:
一、若是自己的听写稿且非头贴, 请发帖时标注"Homework".
二、若是改稿, 请发帖时标注"on 某某人"并在修改处标红.
三、发帖请用Verdana 3号字体.
四、若在听写和理解过程中遇到困难,请到
Special 版Q&A提问。

jessiyear在 整理的原文:
Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I’m an engineer in the quality group of Google, and I’d like to talk today about what happens when you do a web search.



The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually searching the web, you’re searching Google’s index of the web, or at least as much of it as we can find. We do this with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few webpages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to and follow all the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to and so on until we index a pretty big chunk of the web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.



Now, suppose I want to know how fast a cheetah can run. I type in my search, say "cheetah running speed" and hit return. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions, more than two hundred of them, like: How many times does this page contain your keywords? Do the words appear in the title, in the URL, directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality, even spamming? What is this page’s page rank? That’s a formula invented by our founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin that rates a webpage’s importance by looking at how many outside links point to it, and how important those links are. Finally we combine all those factors together to produce each page’s overall score, and send you back your search results about half a second after you submit your search. At Google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment to add a site to our index, update more of them, or improve its ranking.



Let’s take a look at my search results.



Each entry includes a title, a URL and a snippet of the text to help me decide whether this page is what I’m looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google’s most recent stored version of that page, and related searches that I might want to try next. And sometimes along the right and at the top, I’ll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well.



Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers, and to strive to only show ads that you really want to see. We’re very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at all if we can’t find any that we think will help you find information you're looking for, which in this case, the cheetah's top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.



Thanks for watching. I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.

jessiyear在 整理的生词:
spiders: n. a computer program that searches the Internet for the best websites with the information you want, so that you can find it quickly.爬虫



cheetah: n. 印度豹



URL: n. uniform resource locator, an address that shows where a particular page can be found on the WWW. 统一资源定位符,网页地址



synonym: n. a word or expression which means the same as another word or expression. 同义词



page rank: n. 网页等级



snippet: n. a small piece of 一小部分

下载LRC文件

普特在线文本比较普特在线听音查字普特在线拼写检查普特文本转音频



Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I am an engineer in quality group of GOOGLE. And I am like to talk today about what happens when you do a web-search.

The first thing to understand is that when you do a google search you aren’t actually searching in the web. You are searching google’s index of the web. Or, at least as much as we can find. We do this with surfer programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetch a few WebPages then we follow the links on those pages and ** pages they point to and follow the links they link to and so on until we ** a pretty big chunk of web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast that it can run I type in my search say ** running speed and hit return. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How is google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions more than two hundred of black how many times does this page contain your keywords? Did keywords appear in the title? **. Does the page includes sentences for those words? Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality?
Where does these pages pay drank? That’s formula and ** by a founder ** page and **. The rates of page importance by look at how many outside links point to it. And how importance those links are? Finally we can band all those factors together to produce each pages overall score. And send you back search result. About half a second after you ** your search. At google we take a commitment delivering useful and ** search results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment ** to our index.
Each entry includes a title a URL and a snippet of text to help me decide whether this pages what I am looking for. I also see links to similar pages. Google’s most recent store version of that page and listed searches that I might want to try next. And sometimes along the right and at the top all see ADS. We take advertising businesses very seriously as well.
Both are commitment to deliver best possible audiences to advertisers. And ** only show ADS the two really want to see. We are very careful to ** with you ADS from regular search results. And we want to show you any ADS at all. If we can’t find any that we think will help you find information you looking for. Which in this case the ** top running speed is more than twenty six once an hour.
Thanks for watching. I hope this make google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

  • jessiyear

立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节
Homework
Hi, my name is Matt Cutts. I am an engineer at the quality group of Google. And I am like to talk today about what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually searching the web. You are searching Google’s index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do this with the software program called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages, and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to, and so on, until it makes a pretty big trunk of the web. Many billions of pages stood across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast treat can run. I typed in my search, say, treater running speed, and here returned. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes these search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results.

How does Google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions. More than two hundred of them, like, how many time does this page contain your key words, do the words appear in the title, in the url, directly or adjacent, does the page include synonyms for those words, is this page from a quality website or is it low quality, even spamming, what is this page’s page link, that’s a formula invented by our founders Larry page and ** that rates a web’s importance by looking at how many outside links point to it, and how important those links are.

Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page over our own score and send you back your search results, about half a second after you submit your search.

At Google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment to add our site, tour index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.

Let’s take a look at my search results. Each entry includes a title, a url, and a snip of text to help me decide whether this page is what I am looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google’s most recent store version of that page, and related searches that I might want to check next.

And sometimes, along the right, and at the top, I will see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver our best audience for advertisers and to strive to only show ads that you those really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won’t show you any ads at all if we can’t find any that we think won’t help you find anything you are hoping for, which in this case, the treat’s running speed is more than 60 mile an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this make Google a little more understandable.
1

评分次数

  • jessiyear

By touching you may kill, by keeping away you may possess.
实现无障碍英语沟通
on  sunfengbd

Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I am an engineer in the quality group of GOOGLE. And I am like to talk today about what happens when you do a web\ search.

The first thing to understand is that when you do a google search you aren’t actually searching in the web , you are searching google’s index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do this with software programs called spiders.  Spiders start by fetching a few webpages then we follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to and followed the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to and so on until we index a pretty big chunk of web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast that treater can run . I type in my search say " treater running speed " and hit return. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How is google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions more than two hundred of belike how many times does this page contain your keywords? Do the words appear in the title, in the url,  directly or adjacent ?Does the page includes sentences for those words? Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality even spamming.

What does these pages pay drank? That’s formula invented by our founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin that rates of webpages importance by look at how many outside links point to it , and how important those links are. Finally we combined all those factors together to produce each pages overall score. And send you back your search results. About half a second after you submit your search. At google we take a commitment delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment to add our site to our index update it more often, or improve its ranking on circle of serch results .

Each entry includes a title , a URL and a snippet of text to help me decide whether those pages what I am looking for. I also see links to similar pages. Google’s most recent store version of that page and listed searches that I might want to try next. And sometimes along the right and at the top all see ADS. We take our advertising business very seriously as well.

Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience to advertisers. And it strives only show ADS that you really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ADS from regular search results. And we won't to show you any ADS at all if we can’t find any that we think will help you find information you're looking for, which in this case the treater's top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this make Google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

  • jessiyear

Every man is the architect of his own fortune!...
爱生活,爱普特!  
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
视频有问题,只能播放一小部分呢。
New term, new target!  just do it!

ECO论坛,提高英语翻译能力、开拓知识视野的好地方!www.ecocn.org/forum/index.php
Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I'm an engineer in the quality group of Google. And I would like to talk today, about what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand, is that when you do a Google search, you are actually searching the web. You are searching Google's index of the web. Or at least as much as we can find.

We do this with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages, and fetch he pages they link to. And so on, until we then a pretty big chunk of web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast a * can run. I type in my search, say, ‘ ,running, speed’ and here return. Our software searches an index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want?

By asking questions, more than two hundred of them. Like, how many times does this page contain your keywords? Do they words appear in the title, in the * , directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website, or is it low-quality? or even spamming. What is this page's pay drank? That's a formula * by the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. They rate the web pages's importance by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page's overall score. And send you back your search results, about half a second after you summit your search.

At Google, we take a commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results, very seriously. We don't ever accept payment to * index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.

Let's take a look at my search result. Each entry includes a title, a * and a * of text to help me decide whether this page is what I'm looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google's most recent stored version of that page. And the latest searches, that I might wanna trying next. And sometimes, among the right, and, at the top, I'll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and * only show ads that you really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find any that we think will help you find the information you are looking for. Which in this case, the * top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

  • jessiyear

HW

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2010-5-18 16:24 编辑 On Aleo02

//你好,改错人了,应该改凡间精灵之蓝的.   ---- jessiyear

Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I'm an engineer in the quality group of Google. And I would like to talk today, about what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand, is that when you do a Google search, you
aren’t actually searching the web
you’re searching Google's index of the web ,or at least as much as we can find.

We do this with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages, and fetch he pages they link to
, and so on
, until we then a pretty big chunk of web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast a
treater can run. I type in my search, say, ‘treat running speed’ and hit
return. Our software searches an index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want?

By asking questions, more than two hundred of them
, like, how many times does this page contain your keywords? Do they words appear in the title, in the ural ,
directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website, or is it low-quality? or even spamming. What is this page's pay drank? That's a formula * by the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. They rate the web pages's importance by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page's overall score. And send you back your search results, about half a second after you summit your search.

At Google, we take a commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results, very seriously. We don't ever accept payment to
add
index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.

Let's take a look at my search result. Each entry includes a title, a * and a * of text to help me decide whether this page is what I'm looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google's most recent stored version of that page. And the latest searches, that I might wanna trying next. And sometimes, among the right, and, at the top, I'll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and
strike only show ads that you really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find any that we think will help you find the information you are looking for, which in this case, the treater’s
top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.

实现无障碍英语沟通

HW

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2010-5-18 16:25 编辑 On yaoxiaosally

//你好,楼上改错人了,所以你也该错人了....现改回HW。  ---- jessiyear

Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I'm an engineer in the quality group of Google. And I would like to talk today, about what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand, is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually searching the web, you’re searching Google's index of the web, or at least as much as we can find.

We do this with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages, and fetch he pages they link to, and so on, until we've indexed a pretty big chunk of the(?) web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast a cheater can run. I type in my search, say, ‘cheater running speed,’ and hit return. Our software searches an index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want?

By asking questions, more than two hundred of them, like, how many times does this page contain your keywords? Do they words appear in the title, in the uro(?), directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website, or is it low-quality? Even spamming. What is this page's pay-drank? That's a formula invented by the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. They've rates of web pages's importance by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page's overall score. And send you back your search results, about half a second after you summit your search.

At Google, we take a commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results, very seriously. We don't ever accept payment to add a site to our index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.

Let's take a look at my search results. Each entry includes a title, a uro(?) and a snip of text to help me decide whether this page is what I'm looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google's most recent stored version of that page, and related searches, that I might wanna trying next. And sometimes, along the right, and, at the top, I'll see ads.

We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and to strike the only show ads that you really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find any that we think will help you find the information you are looking for, which in this case, the cheater’s top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.
普特听力大课堂
视频有问题,只能播放一小部分呢。
max007 发表于 2010-5-17 11:01
max,上面的视频我试验过,可以全部观看,木有问题;

播放一小部分,有集中可能,一是缓存视频时网络出现小问题,导致不能够缓存完毕,在中间某部分会停止并跳转到开始;而且说不定本地缓冲区会有记录导致关闭浏览器再打开依然只有开始缓冲的一小部分视频。可以清除一下历史记录,试试其他浏览器之类。。
普特斑斑们的绰号
普特的围脖,http://weibo.com/putclub

--------------------------------------------------
好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语
hw
Hi. My name is Matt Cutts. I'm an engineer in the quality group of Google. And I would like to talk today, about what happens when you do a web search.
The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you are actually searching the web. You are searching Google's index of the web, or at least as much as we can find.
We do this with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages, and fetch he pages they link to. And so on, until we then index a pretty big chunk of  the web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.
Now, suppose I want to know how fast a cheetah can run. I type in my search, say, cheetah, running, speed and here return. Our software searches an index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want?
By asking questions, more than two hundred of them, like, how many times does this page contain your keywords? Do they words appear in the title, in the euro, directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website, or is it low-quality? even spamming. What is this page's pay drank? That's a formula then by the founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. They rate the web page’s importance by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page's overall score. And send you back your search results, about half a second after you summit your search.
At Google, we take a commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results, very seriously. We don't ever accept payment to * index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.
Let's take a look at my search result. Each entry includes a title, a euro and a * of text to help me decide whether this page is what I'm looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google's most recent stored version of that page. And the latest searches, that I might wanna trying next. And sometimes, among the right, and, at the top, I'll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and district only show ads that you really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find any that we think will help you find the information you are looking for. Which in this case, the * top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.
Thanks for watching, I hope these made Google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

Hi, my name is Matt Cats. I’m an engineer in quality group of Google. And I’d like to talk today what happens when you do a Web-search.
The first thing to understand is when you do a Google search you aren’t actually search in the web, you searching Google’s index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do these with software programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetch a few web-pages, then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to and follow on the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to and so on until we index a pretty big chunk of web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.
Now suppose I want to know how fast treats can run. I type in my search, say ”treat, running, speed” and hit return. Hour sort of wear search are index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How’s Google decide s which few documents I really want. By asking questions, more than two hundred of them like how many times does this page contain your keywords. Do the words appear in the title, in the URL, directly or adjacent. Does the page include sentences of the words. Is this page from quality site or is low quality even spamming.
What does this pages pay drunk? That’s a formular invented by our founders Larry Page and Surgait Bran that rates of page importance by look at how many outside links point to it. And how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each pages overall score. And sent you back your search results, About half a second after you submit your search. At Google we take a commitment delivering a useful and impartial search results very seriously. We don’t ever to accept payment to add our site to our index update it more often or improve its ranking on circle of my search results.
Each entry includes a title, a URL and snippet of index to help me decide whether this page is what I’m looking for. I also see links to similar pages. Google’s most recent stored version of that page. At late churches, that’s what I may try next.
At sometime, along the right and on the top all see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. With our commitment to take the best post audience to advertisers. And distract only show as the tea really we want to see. We are very careful to distinguish ads from regular search results. And we want to show you any ads at all if we can’t find any we think will help you find the information you are looking for. Which, in this case, the treat’s top running speed is more than 60 miles an hour.
Thanks for watching. I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

[Homework]2010-05-16&05-21 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2010-5-23 15:10 编辑 Homework
Whether is buying shoes,managing bank accounts,or just collecting my friends,most of us are pinned on websites.Unfortunately,it's easy to be fooled by fake websites that are desired to get your money or private imformation to criminals.Safely,it's now easy to know whether the website is secure.This is a secure website in plan much.When you need your website to make purchase or provide system information,there are two big things to think about.The first,it's the collection from your computer to the company's computer.Your name,collected imformation and other things have to travel from one to the earth.This collection needs to be secure,so the criminals can't access the information in lude.The second,it's konwing that you work the company you trust.If you work with your company you trust use a secure colletion,your information is safe.But how do you know?

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!

//请听写完整再提交作业!  ---- jessiyear
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语
本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2010-5-21 14:00 编辑 我按在线复读听写进去听的,听出来的怎么风马牛不相及啊?谁人告诉我为什么

//你好,在线复读的音频链接原来给错了,现在已经改过来。 ---- jessiyear
哪里有准确的文本。....
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
Homework

Hi, my name’s Matt Cutts, I’m an engineer in the quality group of Google, and I’d like to talk today what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually search in the web, you’re searching Google’s index of the web, or at least as much of it as we can find. We do this with software program called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages, and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to, and so on until we’ve been index a pretty big chunk of the web. Many billions of pages stored across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast that a treater can run, I type in my search, say ‘treater running speed’ and hit return. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How did Google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions, more than 200 of them like ‘how many times does this page contain your key words?’ ‘Do the words appear in the titile, in the URL? Directly //?’ ‘ Does the page include s*** for those words?’ ‘Is this page from a quality website or is it low quality, even spamming?’

What is this page’s paydrank? That’s formula invented by our founders Larry Page and Sergey Brain that rates of web pages are important by looking at how many outside links point to it, and how important those links are. Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each pages over all scroll, and send you back your search results about half a second after you submit your search. At Google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously. We don't ever accept payment to add site to our index, update it more often, or improve its ranking. Let’s take a look at my search results.

Each entry includes a title, a URL and a s** of text to help me decide whether the pages is what I’m looking for. I also see links to similar pages. Google’s most recent stored version of that page and the latest search that I might wanna try next.

And sometimes along the right and at the top, I’ll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both are commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and to strive to only show ads that you really want to see. We’re very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we don't show you any ads at all. If we can't find any that we think, we’ll help you find information you’re looking for, which in this case the treater’s top running speed is more than 60 miles an hour.

Thanks for watching, I hope this made Google a little bit more understandable.
1

评分次数

返回列表