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searcher

 [serch´er]
an instrument (a sound) used in examining the bladder for calculi.

search·er

(serch'ĕr),
A sound form used to determine the presence of a calculus in the bladder.

search·er

(sĕr'chĕr)
A form of sound or exploratory probe used to determine the presence of a calculus in the bladder.
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As time went on and in line with the practice in other archival institutions worldwide, comprehensive search regulations were published to guide searchers and to regulate their conduct in the search room.
One-size-fits-all ranking algorithms have inherent limits on their maximum relevancy potential, and further improvements in one Personalized algorithms transcend those limits, optimizing relevancy for each searcher and thus implicitly doing a better job of searcher mindreading.
Source: Information Today, Inc., Medford, NJ, 609/654-6266; http://www.infotoday.com or http://www.extreme searcher.com.
Their studies indicate that Web users typically visit only the first three results shown from an online search, with one in five searchers spending 60 seconds or less at a Web document found by the search engine.
In Super searchers make it on their own, Suzanne Sabroski informally interviews 11 super searchers who have left their respective professional arenas to successfully pursue life as independent information agents.
Mr Hinde has written to law firms explaining there are some files held by the council which cannot be viewed by personal searchers.
Each profile is designed to allow the searcher to easily grasp what the engine has to offer and how to take advantage of it.
The searcher supplies an image, such as a rug pattern, and the software finds a similar image.
The CD-ROM version has two search screens catering for both experienced and less experienced searchers. The expert search screen has 99 search lines, allowing complicated search queries to be built up.
The early literature of search theory addressed the problem of explaining the behavior of the unemployed searcher only.
Systems are being developed that would learn from the searcher's acceptance and rejection of candidate records, presumably by updating the ranking of candidate record sets.