Searching the bibliographic database
You can also search for bibliographic entries. A search pattern is a sequence of words separated by spaces. Each word may be a valid regular expression (that does not contain white space). For example,
- Smith Jones
- will find any entry containing the words Smith and Jones.
- Wall 199[0-3]
- will find any publication by Wall published between 1990 and 1993 (and maybe other things, besides).
- Blair Cameron|Clegg
- will find any publication by Blair and either Cameron, Clegg or both.
- will find any entry containing the word C++. For this reason alone, + is not considered to be an operator.
At the moment it is not possible to specify whether a pattern should be found in the document's title, list of authors, year, etc.