relative search

relative search

[′rel·əd·iv ′sərch]
(navigation)
A search in which the area to be searched is defined relative to a point which is moving over the surface of the earth.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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CannabisMD recently compared relative search volumes for CBD and Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, kale and veganism.
Appellant-foster parents challenged the denial of their motion for adoptive placement of the child in their care, arguing that the District Court (1) erred by denying respondent-county's motion to be relieved of its obligation to conduct a relative search and (2) abused its discretion by determining the child's best interests favored adoption by respondent-relatives.
By extrapolating relative search data, one can obtain relative information on how patients navigate the web and how the spread of information on rare conditions is affecting clinicians and patients in different areas of the globe."lnfodemiology"is a recent term, first described by Eysenbach, based on Big Data monitoring and data mining, used to define this new approach in public health (5).
Mark Cotterell, city centre Relative search I WONDER if there are any descendants out there of a Corporal Thomas Clayton Lindsay, of the King's Liverpool Regiment, who was killed in action on August 25, 1917, near Wytschaete, in Belgium?
Much of the data was informed by Google Trends, a publicly available tool that displays relative search volume globally, time periods and queries, according to Google.
Senate 2.78 -0.66 -0.71 Notes: Relative Search Volume is the relative magnitude of search volume reported by Google Trends analysis.
Google, Yahoo and Bing are in the forefront of the Direct Text Entry Search, however there are no major players in the field of Relative Search. Relative Search Platform is extremely useful for users especially in the field of Education where Phuong himself is a former university Statistics lecturer, who has been twitching and fine-tuning with the search algorithm.
Google Insights for Search (http://www.google.com/insights/search), a publicly available tool that displays relative search volume across geographies, time periods and queries, informed many lists and graphs found on this year's Year-End Zeitgeist page.
Tracesmart has gone from strength-to-strength, and has recently launched 'Living Relative Search' in conjunction with Ancestry.co.uk, which helps people search for their living relatives.
co.uk Living Relative Search aims to help customers find lost relatives.
Roy started his relative search before the arrival of the internet, which meant he had to travel all over Britain in order to study and copy parish/cemetery records and census registers.
Shell diameter and relative search abundance measures were available from the 10 sites, and capture-recapture density estimates were available for eight of the 10 sites, although not necessarily the same sties as those with all physical measures including soils data (Appendix I).