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deep search

A Web search for data that is typically not available from a casual search. Various websites specialize in deep searches. See deep Web.
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When [C.sub.3] adopts the linearly decreasing form, the entire area can be quickly searched at an early stage, and close attention is paid to local search in the latter part of the iteration to enhance the deep search ability of the algorithm.
Building up the necessary mosaic of thousands of images can be a long and frustrating task, a point Houston reiterated on Monday, citing the extremely large, remote and deep search area.
Building up the necessary mosaic of thousands of high-definition photos in the undersea gloom can be a long and frustrating task, a point Houston reiterated on Monday, citing the extremely large, remote and deep search area.
The result combines FAST's deep search expertise with the widely used platform technology of SharePoint Server.
Mr Wills said that once the ground-level search has been completed, a "deep search" will begin, which could take a number of days.
Mr Wills said that once the ground level search had been completed a "deep search" would begin which could take a number of days.
Mr Wills said that once the ground-level search had been completed a "deep search" would begin which could take a number of days.
Recent reports in an English-language Israeli news service that Israel and India had inked a $2 billion arms deal that included Phalcon airborne radar systems and Green Pine deep search search ground radar were premature, Israeli officials told JED.
The versatile LEXIS-NEXIS Universe delivers deep search and current awareness capabilities to the desktop in a one-stop, enterprise-wide information solution.