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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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As deep search becomes standard fare for book content on the commercial web, it's important for libraries to find ways to offer similar capabilities within their own discovery environments.
For Intelliseek, the deal means its deep search analysis and other robust technology will be enhanced through the extraction of information from multiple, disparate data sources in the form of what it calls "facts.
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.
Much more important is their illuminating reflections upon literature and their vocations as writers, and their deep search for faith and the life of the spirit.
Professor Satya has developed expertise in deep search of non-text data such as digital photographs and medical images.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of deep search metal detector (dsmd)
TRAFFIC India introduced Deep Search Metal Detectors (DSMD) in 2008 which have been distributed to Tiger Reserves across the country.
We're committed to really doing a thorough search on this and a deep search.
IntelliSearch enables the user to deep search his network by skill-set, city, industry or just about any keyword, thus helping him zero in on the most relevant connections.
Mr Wills said that once the ground level search has been completed a deep search will get under way which could take a number of days.
Deep search analysis: A new search analysis capability provides a one-page summary of information requested and returned for each query, including the number of results retrieved, duplicates and results that did not match the query, allowing users to ensure search integrity.