I am looking to have a Web application created that involves retreiving information from the internet (Google) and thru 2 different database servers. The application consists of first, a User typing an English sentence into the application. Once typed in, the application will search both the Internet as well as a few databases for the source (URL or Author) of the typed in sentence. Once the source of the sentence (URL from Internet, or the Author name from the databases) has been located, the application will then return this information back to the User Interface of the application.
The back end of the application will use Google for the Internet search, plus database searches. Google nor the database organizations will not be displayed in the User Interface. The User Interface will show only a search text box where he can type a sentence in, as well as have an area where the returned information will be displayed.
Once the gathered information is returned to the application, the display box will show the entire paragraph from where the sentence was retrieved (if that can be done) as well as the URL or the Authors name.
Please visit the Wickipedia website, and enter the phrase "Academic databases and search engines" to get the list of possible databases. I would like to incorporate at least 7 of these databases within the application. BASE, EBSCO, Ovid, Pro Quest, Scirus, Thompson Scientific, and Web of Science would be good choices for the integration.