Searching the books' contents
Using the search function, you can enter a word or phrase, combine search concepts with Boolean logic or use the "*" to truncate a term to find all matches with the same root.
The search engine employs several strategies to enhance results. In addition to utilizing linguistic word stemming and various search fallback strategies, it considers the organizational structure of a book, giving greater weight to terms found in chapter titles and section heading. Search results point you to the most relevant books, chapters, sections and subsections, preserving the structure of the book, which helps to improve understanding of the content by providing the entire original context.
You can also limit your search domain to a subtopic, your personal bookshelf, a search results set, or to a specific title.