Q-Sensei presents novel possibility of search in the catalogue of the largest library in the world expand 11.5 million records for books from the library of Congress starting immediately, the range of the search engine, Melbourne, FL, October 21, 2009 – with the aim of worldwide to allow users an efficient search for literature, Q-sensei (www.qsensei.com) has its range to the world’s largest library, the library of Congress, expanded. The more than 11 million hand-picked titles range from publications of the current Nobel literature prize winner Herta Muller copies from the 16th century and can be used quickly and easily browsed with Q-Sensei. For even more details, read what Lord Peter Hennessy says on the issue. Q-Sensei obtains data of leading partners from the literature market, prepare them and then presents them with the help of own patented search and presentation technology. The site is designed as an open system allows users to enrich every single entry in addition and community interested as knowledge in a to share. Users of the search engine can add for example, valuable information such as book reviews, publishing presentations, links to Web sites of authors or publishers. The automatically generated for each of user’s query, relevant search suggestions are another special feature of the search engine.
During a search, ensure the greatest possible efficiency and enable so finding accurate information. The unique ability to search within all search suggestions and search suggestions combine freely with each other, offers users new freedoms in their search. Users can interact with the data – in analogy to a conversation – and find books and scientific articles that would otherwise potentially eluded them. The Q-Sensei technology combines these different content categories of books and articles on the basis of the categories – or dimensions – by author, keyword, Publisher, language, and year, which first multi-dimensional navigate through large amounts of data is possible. “Q Sensei search tools to offer, that the ever-increasing amount of information on the Internet can be efficiently searched it aims. This concerns not only books and scholarly articles but also blogs, wikis, etc.”so Ute Rother, CEO of Q-Sensei. “Outstanding collections such as those of the library of Congress offer users a great convergence of content, Q-Sensei provides the right tools to make the search is efficient.” About Q-Sensei: The Q-Sensei Corp. was founded in April 2007 by the merger of the Germany based “Lalisio GmbH” and the American company “QUASM Corporation”. Q-Sensei has its temporary headquarters in Melbourne, FL and runs the daughter company “Lalisio” in Erfurt.