Users can search the FRLI Index, and the full text of instruments where it exists, for specific words or phrases. This is possible as all data is indexed using a powerful full text index and retrieval package. Searches can be executed from either the Quick Search facility or Advanced Search facility (these links appear at the top of most FRLI screens). Use the online "Help" option to find out more on how to search the FRLI database.
1. Win98: The tab in a Help or Find dialog in which you type keywords to find Help articles containing them. 2. Win XP: The pane in a My Computer window which lets you enter parts of filenames or other information to look for files. 3. The textbox in a Windows Help window in which you type keywords or phrases in order to find Help articles containing them.
Searching (or finding text) in Citation is very like searching for terms in a document with your word processor, except that you will have a few additional options. You can search for terms in a particular field, for instance, or in the entire record. You could browse through all the records by a certain author, or cases that were decided in a particular jurisdiction, or that contain a term only in the keyword field or title field. Or, if you prefer, you could browse through the records that contain a term anywhere in the record. More on searching text, browsing records containing terms, and selecting subsets of records matching search criteria in Citation.
Online, searching means looking for web pages by typing terms into a search engine or web site. You can organize your search terms in three main ways; each one will give a different result… "internet sovereign" If you enter "internet sovereign" in quotation marks, you're specifying that the words appear together and in that order. internet AND sovereign or internet +sovereign Entering the terms separated by AND or +, you are asking only that "internet" and "sovereign" appear on the same page, and not necessarily together or in a certain order. internet sovereign Entering the terms without quotes suggests that finding the terms together as a phrase would be best, but that you'll also accept them anywhere on the page, not just as a phrase. See also Boolean search.
An application that uses user-entered keywords or phrases to find relevant unstructured content. Many search vendors used to perform both Web search (searching the World Wide Web) and enterprise search (selling applications for searching within a corporate Web site); in 2003, most vendors decided that doing both was too difficult --now they usually concentrate on one or the other.
The functionality of finding information in documents based on keywords found in the text of those documents or related to the properties of the documents. This is commonly referred to as full-text search. You must create full-text indexes to use full-text search. See also: full-text search, full-text index
A place in a web site where you can enter words into a field to try to find the information you are looking for. The words you enter are matched against the words used in the pages of the web site. If a match is found it is listed in a results page. Normally the page that uses your keyword frequently and/or in the title, will be displayed on the top of the list. ()
one of two fundamental methods of finding info on the Web ; two tools to search with: web directory and search engine ; both are powerful software tools that let the searcher match the keywords specified with the most relevant documents on the Web; like using the electronic card catalog to find a book in your library; takes practice, need basic knowledge of subject and associated key terms, need understanding of Boolean logic and of search engine's advanced features for better search results (19)
Allows you to conduct a search for text within a course. If your instructor has made this tool available, click on it and then indicate what you want to look for and where you want to look. Note that searching is limited to course content and tools that your instructor has added to the course. For example, if the instructor has not added an Index, the Index option will not appear in the Search drop-down list.
A method to locate and list Urban Forestry South information (by title) based on a search term (a word or words) entered by a user. Urban Forestry South uses the user's terms to search the title, description, author, and keywords that are associated with all content entered on/in the system (CMS).
if a book you need is not on the shelf and the Circulation Services department says that no one has it checked out, you can request a search. The staff will look for the book and will notify you when they find it.
The main goal of classifying photos by adding keywords etc to them is to enable you to find them again. Dintwise provides very powerful searching on open playlists and database which will allow you to find all photos (or indeed any type of file) which meets your search requirements. Your search results are automatically presented as a new playlist which you can save if you wish.
On a web site, a keyword search allows you to key a term into a text box and click on an "Enter", "Submit", or "Go button. The search program then matches your text to that in the web site, and moves you to that matching text.
A local authority search is an examination of local planning records to uncover details of any upcoming developments near the property which could affect its future value or existing restrictions on the site.
Checks carried out during the conveyance. These checks are made with local authorities and other official organizations to check planning proposals and other matters that may affect the value of the property, and if it can be sold in the future. The HM Land Registry is also searched to establish that there are no unknown charges registered against the property.
Usually conducted by the buyer's solicitor who obtains a certificate from the local authority providing information on a particular property and its location to determine any prospective development or the presence of any local conditions which may affect the property.
an inspection carried out to establish whether any legal restraints, planning applications or aspects of legal ownership might affect the purchase of a property. Solicitors will look into land registry and local government records when pursuing this.
Before filing an application, the application, agent or attorney should study all relevant materials including issued patents and publications such as printed articles and scientific journals. The search should reveal whether or not the new invention is actually novel and nonobvious and will help to determine if it qualifies for a patent.
Two meanings: (1) a process used by the agency to locate a missing birth parent in order to notify him/her of rights and responsibilities in regard to a child; and (2) a process whereby a birth parent or adoptee seeks information and/or contact with a family member from whom they were separated through adoption proceedings.
A PTWin32 function allowing users to quickly specify a multi-field query and display the results in a browse table. The currently selected record in the resulting table will be the current record in the master window when you close the search window.
Within the IMS interface search is the action of composing a set of criteria for locating information. These criteria are communicated to the DAACs in a search message structure where it is processed, through DAAC mapping layers, into local database queries.
Enter a word or phrase to search throughout entire course or select a particular area of search using drop-down list of searchable areas (Discussion, FAQs, Glossary Internet Links, Notes, References, or Syllabus.
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A search feature allows users to make a local search of the site. This is usually incorporated into medium to large sites. Some sites have an 'advanced search' page where power users can narrow down their search criterion.
A technique of problem solving in which possible solutions are explored in a systematic way, in effect by asking a series of ``What if ...?'' questions. Asking each a question corresponds to trying out a possible state of the domain in which the program operates to see if it leads to a solution of the problem.