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search scope

The location that a search should look in. In a search or query, the search scope can refer to a single folder, several folders, a disk or several disks. On a website, it might refer to searching that site only or to the World Wide Web at large.
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We further limited the search scope to literature that discussed the impact of rat infestations (including as part of general rodent infestations) on mental/psychological health in residents of urban neighborhoods.
Joint PSO CS ICS 1 97.22% 98.03% 99.07% 2 99.10% 99.27% 99.50% 3 99.18% 99.28% 99.67% Table 5: Search scope of dynamical parameters.
One caveat to this was that, in order to use the Primo-embedded A-Z database list within the discovery interface, at least one MetaLib-federated search scope must be enabled as a search option.
Once you've identified what industry and job you want to work in, you've narrowed your search scope considerably.
Secondly, to create your own slashtags you must sign up for a free Blekko account, then define the search scope for each new slashtag you create.
Many factors contribute to the inability of workers to find unstructured information including: redundant and out-of-date content, incomplete search scope, lack of information retrieval expertise and lack of information governance.