a search engine that uses Subject-Specific PopularitySM
Ranks sites partly by subject-specific popularity. Clusters results into subject groups, and lists related link collections by experts and enthusiasts where appropriate.
Teoma is one of the internets full spidering search engines. Delivers results to parent company AskJeeves.
Teoma, pronounced tay-o-ma, was an Internet search engine founded in 2000 by Professor Apostolos Gerasoulis and his colleagues at Rutgers University in New Jersey. Professor Tao Yang from UCSB co-led technology R&D. Their research grew out of the 1998 DiscoWeb project.