direct search

direct search

A search for data that uses some algorithm to pinpoint the exact location of the item. Contrast with sequential search and indexed search. See direct access method.
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The NFB provides telephone equipment for the direct search of telephone numbers based on the names of persons in the general management and computer equipment connected to the institution's internal network for searches concerning personnel beyond the Paris site.
"Any type of direct search has been suspended at this point," said Sgt.
It has a direct search interface (search.audioburst.com), although the primary focus of Audioburst appears to be the packaging of its content for mobile, Internet of Things, in-car entertainment systems and smart speakers via APIs for cross-platform distribution.
Advertisers and agencies will also need to work on brand awareness to the point that the site is the result of a direct search, or bid on the rel- evant keywords to prompt a directly paid visit.
For example, for a recent month, we can see that close to 60% of the searches for our library were by discovery rather than a direct search.
The directory is now on stream and can be accessed both through TDAP's website and direct search using the link www.pakistanexportersdirectory.gov.pk.
Nelder-Mead Simplex Algorithm was proposed in 60's and it had been enormously popular direct search method for unconstrained minimization.
The second class of methods is the direct search methods which are based on the comparison rules of objective function values.
The heads of the army and the police will go to the province to direct search operations for Hernandez and the other journalists, President Juan Manuel Santos said on Tuesday.
Their topics include constrained design space search, direct search methods for locating the optimum of a design problem with a single-objective function, optimizing multi-objective function problems, multidisciplinary design optimization architectures, and uncertainty-based multidisciplinary design optimization.
Weinstein and Slaney (1995) compared six methods of surveys in an Australian cave (pitfall alone, pitfall with bait, dry leaf litter, wet leaf litter, direct search quantitative and direct search qualitative).
Jeeves coined the phrase direct search" in a paper that appeared in 1961 in the Journal of the Association of Computing Machinery [14].

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