AIM, Better way to Search!

by Kaushal S
We all have used search engines numerous times to quench our thirst of curiosity didn’t matter if it was about a specific search or a vague subject. Let’s take Google for an instance; whenever there is a new search entered in seconds it provides the user with millions and millions results about the topic but never with specified results. The article that I picked talks about an Abstract Informational model for minimizing data overload for the user. it helps gather data which is required by the user and compares with database and provides in less steps as possible. It also talks about how easy and user friendly it becomes by providing an overall view of the data. It also provides an option of either pulling up specific information or a lot upon user’s command.

I think databases can be little tough to work with for a nonuser or somebody barely learning how to use it. AIM which stands form Abstract Information Modeling could really help enhance the ways and make the system user friendly when pulling information out from a database. It will also lessen the amount of time going through the system and allow user to see the pattern of required information.


Sumanthi, M. (2012). Abstract Information Model for presenting database query results. Computer Communication and Informatics (ICCCI), 2012 International Conference on 1(1), 1-6.

One thought on “AIM, Better way to Search!

  • May 20, 2012 at 10:31 pm

    The implementation of AIM is more prevalent today where so much data is pushed to users. Having the data catered to each user is great however, an information overload can occur if the data is not carefully monitored. This is a great tool for any infant database systems to utilize their information to its maximum potential.

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