SmartIndexing

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The Power Search form has a SmartIndexing link that opens a special Index Term Lookup tool in a separate window. The tool allows users to search or browse for index terms from the following taxonomies:
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The Main Academic form has a SmartIndexing link inside the Advanced Options section that opens a special Index Term Lookup tool in a separate window. The tool allows users to search or browse for index terms from the following taxonomies:
  
 
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Clicking the “Add to Search” button closes the Index Term Lookup Tool and returns you to the Power Search Form.
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Clicking the “Add to Search” button closes the Index Term Lookup Tool and returns you to the Advanced Search Options.
 
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As shown below, a new box has been revealed in the Power Search Form to hold the SmartIndexing terms that have been selected.  Additional search specification, such as full-text strings, date ranges, or particular sources can be added, but are not required.
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The Boolean operator used between the index terms can be toggled between AND, OR, and AND NOT.
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Check the Relevancy box to limit your search to major terms. This will restrict your results to documents for which the specified terms have a relevancy score of 85% or higher, indicating a significant discussion of the terms.
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Narrower term roll up (hierarchical inclusion) is used in the search logic.  Thus a search for “Asia” will also return documents indexed to the narrower term, “Tokyo, Japan.” However, a search for a narrower term will not return documents indexed to broader terms.
 
Narrower term roll up (hierarchical inclusion) is used in the search logic.  Thus a search for “Asia” will also return documents indexed to the narrower term, “Tokyo, Japan.” However, a search for a narrower term will not return documents indexed to broader terms.

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