The service provides tools for designing and encoding a custom search engine tailored to the data sources to be searched, the desired outputs in search results, and the logical processes connecting them. A search strategy is assembled via a graphical interface to link logic rules that define result selection, then the completed ruleset is published for external access. Once published it can be accessed to generate results via interactive forms, API, or other methods.
API methods support interaction with the custom-configured set of logical search strategies and filters to generate matching results found in the defined data sources. Methods allow definition of sequences of search filters to employ pre-defined selection criteria in reconfigurable sequences.
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