Simple Search is used to search documents based on keywords of titles or writers. Implementation of Simple Search covers SODA Object Query API from Object Database Db4o. The query process through SODA is quicker because it is conducted at API Levels. Meanwhile, Advanced Search is used to search documents based on keywords of content. In order to conduct the search, Query of Lucene is used. Query of Lucene provides simple features to determine the search of a certain field. The default field of Lucene is content. Searchresults are temporarily stored by using Hit List of Lucene.
The flexibility of the OpenSearch protocol allows one to return lists of searchresults in any format that a client can be persuaded to understand. A server provides a description document that a client reads to determine how to formulate a search/retrieve request and interpret the response. Where several request templates are provided, a client may choose the one offering the most useful format (specified by MIME-type defined in the type attribute of the element) as shown in Example 2. An OpenSearch Correlation Service defines at least an URL template for the ATOM response format.
The minus sign is called the exclusion operator; it returns pages on which the specified search term does not appear. You can combine it with other operators and terms to exclude certain words from the searchresults. The search for cowcollagen returns pages on which the word cow appears but only if that same page does not include the word collagen. The operator must go next to the word (or the phrase within quotes) that you want to exclude; there can be no spaces between them, like this: cow "skim milk".
which is why some keywords are actually keyword phrases or keyphrases. It’s the same concept — a centralized theme — just using more than one word. I use the term keyword generically to mean both keywords and keyphrases. Web crawlers are programs that travel around the Internet examining and cate- gorizing Web pages by keyword. That’s how search engines, like Google, know to return your Web site when someone searches for a specific keyword or phrase. The crawler has already had a look-see and has placed your Web page into a category along with all the other sites on the Web that fit into that category. Keyword marketing, then, is using that keyword or phrase to market your Web site. Advertisements for a Web site, product, or service are designed using the keyword or keyphrase as the “foundation” for the ads. Then, when Internet users search for that keyword, the ads are displayed in the searchresults. Google then takes this process one step further by placing ads on Web pages that are built around — or optimized for — that keyword. So, whoever said a picture is worth a thousand words didn’t realize the Internet would come along and reduce that value to just one or two — three at the most.
National demand on soybean can be full! lled by extending production area including marginal lands. Tidal swamp is one of marginal lands which potentially can be cultivated for soybean production with the use of tolerant varieties to waterlogging. So far, there are only two varieties that are tolerant to tidal swamp condition. This research was conducted to study the response of soybean genotypes to waterlogging and to provide gene resources in breeding for tidal tolerant variety. The research was conducted from October 2007 to February 2008 in the glasshouse of Indonesian Legume and Tuber Crops Research Institute (ILETRI), Malang. The experimental design was split-plot with two replications; where the main plot was waterlogging treatment and the sub plot was soybean genotype (17 genotypes of ILETRI collection). The results showed that soybean genotypes had different responses to different water treatments, shown on the number of branches and reproductive nodes, the number of ! lled and un! lled pods, and yield (dry seeds) per plant. Waterlogging inhibited plant growth of all traits. Under waterlogging, the highest number of reproductive nodes and ! lled pods, and yield per plant was from MLGG 0537 i.e. 12.25, 19.25, and 3.13 g plant -1 , respectively.