Words or combinations of words that are found anywhere in a document unless you specify a certain field such as title, subject, publisher. Terms can be combined by using and, or, not. E.g.: euthanasia and laws.
a term referring to a field which lists the major topics within an associated article or record. Keywords are used to streamline search operations and are also a part of metadata fields for full-text databases.
Words and combinations of words which are recorded by search engines and used by them to identify web sites. For example, if you type 'AccountView' into the search engine AltaVista, you will find a link to the AccountView site. The search engine generates its list based upon the number of times that the search term appears in the text.
Keywords are the words users will type into a search engine to find your website. The industry around keyword research, advertising and monetising is constantly growing as users turn to search engines more and more to find answers to their needs. Selecting the right keywords is crucial in defining the success of any website. Therefore, comprehensive keyword research needs to be carried out before the website design process begins.
Coordinator: Taxonomy: Family: Mugilidae
Taxonomy; Occurrence; Database
Pictures: Canary Islands
Taxonomy: subfamily Ancistrinae under Loricariidae
Biology: Diets, Mediterranean
FishBase Consortium; Biology; Occurrence; Common names
Larvae, Eggs: Mediterranean
FishBase Consortium; Biology; Ecology; Common names
Common names: India
Common names: Hong Kong
Common names: Greece
Common names: Thailand
Keywords or terms assigned to conferences by the British Library.
Keywords are the own "commands" of PureBasic, with which are defined procedures, structures and many more, e.g.: Procedure, EndProcedure, Structure, EndStructure etc.. The keywords are always available in PureBasic, a command library doesn't have to be loaded extra for it.
catchwords that describe the content, used to index the content; data about data; metadata.
Keywords are controlled index terms from the Statistics Canada Thesaurus which are assigned by indexers from the Library and Information Centre to products and services in the Online Catalogue (OLC) to describe the content of the information resources.
Keywords should be very specific and describe your products or services well. Please separate each keyword with comma (,).
Searchable terms found in the text of a database record. Use the "Back" button at the top of your screen to return to the previous screen.
Alphanumeric values that provide input to a McIDAS-X command; useful for clarifying commands with many complicated options. Keywords are always followed by an equals sign or a comma and the assigned value. They are optional for most commands and can be entered in any order as long as they follow command positional parameters and precede quoted text in the command line.
Specific descriptive terms that will facilitate a desirable match.
Commonly used terms to assist in locating programs. Computers
See Serach Terms.