Most digital libraries provide a search interface which allows resources to be found.
The software is designed to help people recall documents like e-mail messages and Web sites through a unified search interface.
Here are a few examples of new capabilities that will be available: The search interface is easy to use.
A single search interface will pluck results from books, web content, your documents-everything you have on the device.
Search also provided their search interface in at least 38 international markets and a variety of available languages.
You will often find specialized search interfaces and software toolkits developed by the data owners.
For example, articles with restricted rights are showing up in the search interface, but you can't publish them.
A search interface to find citations in the areas of:
The final part of a search engine is the search interface and relevancy software.
The search interface is just a text box to type in.