PlanoTse Handbook for Job Search Automation/Search Boundary
Search Boundary[edit | edit source]
Web domain name is a good example for search boundary. If you want to search for an article that is in either this or that website the your search boundary should include two different domain names. A list of domain names is a great way to define a boundary for web search. This is important as you do not want to waste your computing power looking for articles outside of your search boundary, i.e. in websites beyond a particular list of targeted web domains.
The next chapter, Chapter 7. Discovering Search Boundary, shows you how to discover your search boundary and express its definition such that PlanoTse can understand and respect it while carrying out automated web search activities for you.