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query string

The actual characters in a search request sent to a query program. It typically contains the query command and search data. Query strings are widely used on the Web for search engine queries as well as links to databases. The query string characters are appended to the domain name in the URL using special characters such as ?, & and %. For example, to find the definition for "digital cinema," typing the words into a search box on a site might generate this hypothetical query string:

http://www.computerglossary.com/search?q=digital+cinema
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In Scopus: Go to Advanced, click on Enter query string, press Ctrl-V to paste your search strategy, and click Search.
The search of PubMed database was performed using the following query string syntax.
(ii) Within each critical spot, the authors of that paper 'AMNESIA" generate SQL query models by figuring the possible values of query string that maybe passed to the database server.
The prototype consists of query engine that takes the query string as input and pre-process it.
For example, using this framework to build a model for predicting nuclear power use of countries, a nonexpert user starts by giving the first component a query string "Nuclear power" that will be the output of the model, representing the quantity he or she aims to predict.
We will be using this to send the query string to the search intent:
But the DSBF can only differentiate a query string that differs from all strings in the dataset on a (constant) d-fraction of bits.
The reader transmits a query string called prefix and the tags compare the string with its ID to see whether any of its ID contains the prefix.
Finding a string in a string collection such that it has similarity with a query string, is a problem adressed in a broad range of applications such as spelling correction, duplicate detection, flexible dictionary look-up and record linkage [25,26].