Google is constantly improving its search techniques, to get us more accurate and to the point information on our queries.In that series its rolling out its new enhanced features to search more quickly and easily.
Google is announcing three enhancements to help you input your searches more quickly and easily: more localized Google Suggest, improved spell correction for names and auto-correction for 31 languages
1.Google Suggest that is basically focused on local search enhancement like now if you do a specific search on metro areas in the U.S. You may notice that the list of queries beneath the search box will seem more locally relevant than it used to.
2.Its new technology is based on the concept that people often know something else about the person besides the approximate spelling of his name. People often include other terms such as “composer” or “lawyer sparta wisconsin” in their search query, which provides valuable context to help us narrow the range of possibilities for the spelling correction.
Google now use these additional descriptive words to offer you better suggestions. Some examples: [matthew devin oracle], [yuri lehner stanford], [simon tung machine learning]. With these improvements you’ll start seeing more useful spell corrections for names.
3. Spelling auto-correction in 31 languages
Another improvement Google has made recently to the spelling system is auto-correction. If you search for [aiprt], rather than showing you a link on your results page that says “Did you mean: airport” we’ll take you straight to the results for the corrected search.