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How to find any value in any field:
Empty search box returns all records in the database.
How to find documents in a particular collection:

Búsqueda por colección:
 Preprints
 Theses

Click on a link below the search box to see and select subcollections such as Preprints or Theses, or select/deselect the tick boxes next to a particular collection before doing the search.

Búsqueda por colección:
 Preprints
 Theses

If you want documents from a 'collection' not proposed by default, such as NA60 documents, then enter it as a search term.
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How to search for words/phrases (within titles, abstracts, etc):
Returns records containing words higgs and boson.
Returns records containing phrase 'higgs boson' in title.
Returns records entitled exactly "Higgs boson" but not records such as "Overview of Higgs boson production".
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How to use truncation:
Returns records containing words muon, muons, muonic, etc.
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How to use boolean operators:
o:
Returns records containing both muon and kaon.
Returns records containing either muon or kaon.
Returns records containing muon but not kaon.
more on Boolean queries...
How to use parentheses:
Returns records containing either gravity or supergravity, and ellis or perelstein. Nested parens are not supported.
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How to find documents from a certain period:
Type 2003 and select the año field.
Alternatively, type 'año:' followed by value.
You can enter specific year range.
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How to search for authors:
Some authors have unique names and their publications can be retrieved by searching for the surname in the cualquier campo field.
For better results, type surname comma initial(s) and select the autor field.
Sometimes authors are indexed with their full name.
Find papers by J.Ellis written from 1990 until 1993, using truncation to match all first names beginning with J.
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More information:
Special characters, regular expressions, fulltext searching, citation searching, and other capabilities are fully explained in the complete Search Guide.