Enter queries below
The value you enter is the value the wwwopac will search for. The order in which you key in the words is not important.
Using truncation (by checking the checkbox) any string of characters (or no characters at all) is allowed after the ones you've already entered. This means that the search will include any word starting with the characters you've entered and the string of characters itself.
By clicking on one of the buttons on the right of the searchform you'll be able to search through a listing of possible names which can be found in the catalogus. It's possible to search on authors, organisations or subjects. Fill in your searchkey in the field on the left of the button and click on the button. The result will be shown in the frame of the helptext. The number behind the term is the number of records which possess that term. Click on it and you'll get the records.
In this field you can enter the name of the author. An example from the database: 'bo', which will find 'bochner', but also 'bojar' and many others starting with 'bo'.
Organisation works like 'author'. An example from the database would be 'SBS'.
In this field you can enter words from title, publications detail, abstract, comments fields to look for. The order of the words is not important.
Here you can enter subjects that the search engine should look for. The order of the words is not important. An example from the database: 'bal', which will find 'baltic', but also 'balinese'.
In this field you can enter in which database you wish to search on. Click on the arrow next to the database-listing and select the wanted database.
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