Metasearch uses an advanced search system to search for news articles headlines.
Searching more than one source at a time.
Seeking to find Web sites through a number of search engines simultaneously.
a central place with a uniform interface where a query can be entered and the search can be conducted simultaneously in as many search engines and directories as necessary, and search results can be brought back and displayed in a consistent format
Literally, a search of searches. Commonly refers to an internet search tool which submits simultaneous searches to a group of search engines and compiles those results to produce a ranked or clustered results page.
Searching across several search engines simultaneously. See also Federated Search Tools.
A "super" search provided by a search engine which simultaneously sends its queries to other online search engines.
cross database, parallel, broadcast, or federated searches. A new type of search that, unlike ordinary search engines (such as Google), will get to information served by databases on the web.
When users are searching for information, this function scans multiple search engines at once.
Search using multiple search engines and directories.
A regular search engine allows a user to search a single database. A meta-searcher is a front end that passes each query to multiple search engines.