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search path

The route to a particular file. See path.
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Models can use information from geographic information systems, as well as characteristics of the searcher and target, to evaluate factors such as ease of traversing the terrain, ease of detecting the target, and optimal search path (Wharton 2000, Sujit and Ghose 2004, Arbeit 2013).
However, the sign of VQ remains the same even if [gamma] and [theta] are different, so the retrieved result and search path remain the same.
Similar to the results for A* search path in Figure 7a and 7b.
(a) if ([S.sub.k,j;L] > [S.sub.k,j;R]) [nabla] ([S.sub.k,j;L] > C([alpha])) holds true, then the left-child node [cA.sub.k-1,2j-1] is selected and involved into the current search path; meanwhile, the right-child [cA.sub.k-1,2j] is discarded;
The likelihood of the user following a less efficient search path was higher if he/she started with a browsing search.
This method first searches the same VQ index from previously-processed indices, and the indices on the search path are relatively similar to the current processing index even though they are not the same.
Dynamic move sequences search deep enough, so to broaden them, why not try another complete search, but one that largely "excludes" the first search path. The justification would be that the narrow search would miss other legitimate lines of play, and a human also performs this type of task.
ORoutehappy is making great use of Amadeus technology, which is particularly relevant for metasearch sites capable of drawing in large volumes of transactions that require reliability, quality and a focus on the user experience.O Routehappy will make use of Amadeus Meta Pricer and Amadeus Master Pricer solutions in its flight search path to fully develop into a new breed of air travel decision tool, one that values the flyer experience together with price.
Path Replication is a method used in Freenet [16], where replicas are placed at all nodes along the search path from the search requester to the file holder.
This simple approach is complicated by the fact that the lead articles change every time a webpage is reloaded, which may cause users to lose the trail of their search path. Additionally, lead articles are not replicated under index listings, and articles appear to be listed only once in areas that have multiple drilldowns.
Before presenting the initial version of the algorithm notations and definitions are introduced and the state transition process associated with [IHSA.sup.*] is described together with the features of search path diagrams which are used to illustrate the development of an optimal job sequence.
The context of the results then allows users to decide what additional information, or revised search path, they may require.