Anyone using Quintura Search?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by c0ltran3, Nov 25, 2005.

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    c0ltran3 Registered Member

    Nov 8, 2003

    Has anyone tried this program? It seems to be interesting.

    From the website:

    "Quintura Search™ is your Web search with one click....The software introduces a new visual search based on query context. It helps you find necessary information offering hints related to search, thus solving a major problem of search when your query returns too many irrelevant results.

    Underlying Quintura are natural associative search principles. Based on an active semantic neural network, Quintura Search™ operates in tune with the human brain and works in The Way People Search™.

    Quintura Search™ offers an interface for Web search engines and allows picking the best results among those found by a search engine selected by you, by manipulating query context on a visual map.

    By adding the words from the visual map to your query and excluding those you do not need, you could make your query more specific. The software sends all words the user adds or excludes from initial query to a selected search engine by using a query language intelligible to the search engine, and then retrieves found web pages in a format intelligible to the user."
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