The index can be searched efficiently using common bag-of-words search models such as bm25 or statistical query likelihood models. » (dai, 2019) what could deepct mean for passage indexing? Well, if deepct was used, it could just Mexico Phone Number List mean that those "Keyword counts" and "Some of the x, y, and z numbers" in the features mentioned in the 2018 passage retrieval video may not be as important as seos. Hopes that when Mexico Phone Number List passage indexing is rolled out later this year from deepct (if used), it might take a different approach than the 2018 youtube videos of passage retrieval.
I mean, seriously, how many entities and keywords can you fit into a passage of text anyway without it being spammy? That's not to say things from 2018 onwards aren't important, as there's also ongoing work with bert and knowledge bases that could Mexico Phone Number List have an impact, and additionally work on t5, by google has explored whether models like bert could increase insights into its parameters from just a large web crawl. Likewise, other work by dai, in hdct (dai, 2019), which is another framework for retrieving and indexing passages.
There dai, seems to give weight to the positions of passages in a document and also to the passage deemed the "Best" in a document as well. Titles and inbound links are also considered indicators of importance in the hdct. But google did not Mexico Phone Number List choose to include the hdct in their submitted tfr-bert and I suspect (opinion) this is related to the potential for spamming in models that simply weight terms by the number of links and Mexico Phone Number List keywords in page titles. But that's just my opinion. If deepct is used, it will really be about providing a rich depth of compelling and authoritative content with focus and sectional structure on one page.