A common search technique that uses query words (“keywords”) and looks for them in ESI, using an index. A keyword search is a basic search technique that involves searching for one or more words within a collection of documents and returns only those documents that contain the search terms entered. The documents returned by the search engine are called the search results. Keywords often form a basic building block for constructing other more complex compound searches. Such compound searches use other search elements such as Boolean logic.
A very common search technique that uses query words (“keywords”) and looks for them in ESI, using an index.
A search in which all Documents that contain one or more specific Keywords are returned. 1
A method of searching for documents that possess keywords specified by a user. 2
A search using a full text search filter. A client search term list is applied to a full text index to find responsive files. 3
A search for documents containing one or more words that are specified by a user. 4