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How to Explore the whole Web
Extended Search I and Extended Search II

The image above depicts our Cosmo vision summarized as follows:

HK model,
~ 500,000 sites,
A Human Knowledge sample, a cultural model constituted by a set of selected Websites
HK as_it_should_be,
~ 1,000,000 sites,
Depicting the whole Human Culture without dominant cultural biases
Pre HK model,
~ 5,000,000 documents,
The set of articles, proceedings, and essays that establish the formal HK basement
Thinking movements,
~ 100,000,000 documents,
Interests, drafts, tests, communications that feed the orange crown
Massive Noosphere,
~ 3250,000,000 sites,
Broadcasting of information, entertainment and knowledge

Where Red Points represents worthy Websites dispersed and extremely diluted along the Web space. The worth is a function of the culture and of course of time: for instance a site depicting how a 4 months old baby is swimming could be considered unworthy today but perhaps could be a fundamental document within 200 years for some disciplines of the Human Knowledge. In the figure above is shown a worthy site "discovered" by FIRST, the Expert System that manage the HKM. FIRST via its agents is continuously searching for new sites deserving to be filed in the HKM. Not shown in the figure but imagined, a set of "red points" forms a net, augmenting its worth substantially, pumping each other up by inter nurturing and growing collectively as well. Some primitive examples are "Virtual Communities" and "Web Rings", and even some "Web metering Communities" like for instance Alexa.

Our users may explore the whole yellow and orange regions via our Similar Library that provides them a Extended Search I vision. Roughly in numbers, we may go from 500,000 documents to 5,000,000 documents that share almost the same keywords' structure. In a second step, Darwin-FIRST may extend its reach to explore nearly 80,000,000 documents via its Thesaurus "extension" as Extended Search II. In terms of our First Prototype, ICT Map, Mapping Extension I reachs nearly 30,000 documents and Mapping Extension II nearly 500,000 documents respectively.

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