Definition of Search language
1. Noun. A source language consisting of procedural operators that invoke functions to be executed.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Search Language
Literary usage of Search language
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Overview of the Third Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-3) edited by D. K. Harmon (1996)
"The Personal Librarian search language includes the standard Boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT, as well as unidirectional and bidirectional proximity ..."
2. Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Resources: The Role of the edited by Catharyn T. Liverman, Carrie E. Ingalls, Carolyn E. Fulco, Howard M. Kipen (1998)
"... respondents pinpointed access to the databases as the major barrier, followed by training, search language, and the front-end interface (Figure B.2). ..."
3. How to Acquire Japanese Scientific and Technical Information (1993)
"... and the search language used. In the present example, of the citations produced when searching the ..."
4. The Philosophy of Human Knowledge: Or a Treatise on Language. A Course of by Alexander Bryan Johnson (1828)
"When he would speak of the object of such a search, language itself fails him ; for we may as well attempt to use colours to portray flavours, ..."
5. International Inventory of Automated Databases in the Geosciences edited by K. D. Gunderson (1996)
"... and ESA/lRS Output: Online search Language: English Availability: Open, fees Reference: UK 21 Database: Geochemical Survey Database Data Type: Numeric ..."