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Any browser program which follows hypertext links and accesses web pages but is not directly under human control Examples are the search engine spiders, the 'harvesting' programs which extract e-mail addresses and other data from web pages and various intelligent web searching programs A database of web robots is maintained by Webcrawler.
In the technologically optimistic portion of the 20th century, robots were intelligent anthropomorphic machines that understood human speech, interpreted visual scenes, and manipulated objects in the real world In the technologically realistic 21st century, robots are absurdly primitive programs that do things like 'Go look up this book title at three different online bookstores and see who has the lowest price; fail completely if any one of the online bookstores has added a comma to their HTML page ' Also known as intelligent agents Some simple but very useful examples of robots are the spiders or Web crawlers that fill the content database at public search engine sites such as AltaVista.
Any browser program which follows hypertext links and accesses web pages but is not directly under human control Examples are the search engine spiders, the 'harvesting' programs which extract e-mail addresses and other data from web pages and various intelligent web searching programs.
In the context of search engine ranking, it implies the same thing as Spider In a different context, it is also used to indicate a software which visits web sites and collects email addresses to be used for sending unsolicited bulk email.
A program that automatically does 'some action' without user intervention In the context of search engines, it usually refers to a program that mimics a browser to download web pages automatically A spider is a type of robot See also: Spiders.
A program that automatically searches the World Wide Web for files.
In the context of search engine ranking, implies the same thing as Spider In a different context, it is also used to indicate a software which visits web sites and collects email addresses to be used for sending unsolicited bulk email.
A program that automatically surfs the Web Search engines use robots to surf the Web and catalog different Web sites in their databases This allows the Web pages to be found when someone performs a search Robots are commonly referred to as bots and spiders Top.
A server-based program designed to automatically collect information from the web Robots typically travel the Internet in search of web site addresses and brief summaries of information contained on each web page This information is usually stored in a searchable database that can be accessed on the Internet using a web browser An example of a site that makes use of a server-based robot is Alta Vista.
A fast, automated program, such as a search engine, indexing program, or cataloging software, that requests Web pages much faster than humans can.
Any browser program that follows hypertext links and accesses Web pages but is not directly under human control Example: search engine spiders, the harvesting software programs that extract e-mail addresses or other data from Web pages.
A computer program that runs automatically Two types of robots are agents and spiders.
A robot is a program that runs automatically without human intervention Typically, a robot is endowed with some very basic logic so that it can react to different situations it may encounter One common type of robot is a content-indexing spider, or webcrawler.
Software program that traverses the internet gathering information into searchable web databases Robots are sometimes referred to as web spiders.
A robot is a process that travels over the Web performing automated tasks like data collection.
The software program which a search engine runs to read and analyze your site See also spider Google's robots are called Googlebot and Freshbot.
A program that operates in periodic, unattended manner, typically used for server maintenance or as a spider; an agent.
A re-programmable, multifunctional manipulator designed to move material, parts, tools, or specified devices through variable programmed motions for the performance of a variety of tasks Common elements which make up a robot are: controller, manipulator, and end-effector See Manipulator, Controller, and End-Effector.
Browser programs, which are not under human control, accessing web pages and following hypertext links, such as search engine spiders. : an automated software that crawls all over the Web for information to place in a database The robot follows links and collects the information it finds at the end of each link Search engines send these crawlers out periodically to add information to their search databases.
Also known as a 'Spider,' a robot is a machine which scours the World Wide Web, examining URL's and bringing descriptions of them back to a database, usually for use by a WWW search engine. 1 a computerised machine designed for a wide variety of manufacturing functions such as material handling and automobile assembly 2 often referred to as bot, a computer program that automatically searches, and compiles data or responds to queries such as email ListBot is a robot of this type. a reprogrammable, multifunctional, mechanical manipulator that typically employs one or more means of power: electromechanical, hydraulic, pr pneumatic Industrial robots have been used chiefly for spray painting, spot-welding, and transfer and assembly tasks A robot performs its tasks in a physical area known as the robot operating work envelope This work envelope is the volume swept by all possible programmable robot movements, and includes the area where work is performed by robot tooling.
A program that automatically searches the World Wide Web for files Top. a mechanism that can move automatically.
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