Carrot is a meta search engine with clustering capabilities. In simple words, it acts as a filter between a user and a real search engine, trying to enhance the presentation of search results so that they are easily readable and understandable in shorter time. In order to achieve that goal, Carrot uses a clustering technique, making an attempt to associate documents with similar subjects into groups.
Carrot has been created as part of Dawid Weiss master thesis defended in June, 2001. However, system's development is still continued and new updates may be expected on this page shortly.
Any feedback is very welcome, please address your e-mails to: Dawid Weiss,
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