OPAC can search for "Local data base" (✽1)  and  "Various data bases" (✽2)  .


✽1 Local Database is the online catalog databases of academic materials (books, serials and audio visuals) in the collections of your university.
✽2 Various data bases are accessible data bases to serve (CiNii Books・CiNii Article・JAIRO) of providing of National Institute of Informatics.


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Simple Search

It's explained about a simple search of a local data base.







 Database



Please choose a database to use.
Retrieval word is taken over to each data base.


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 Keyword Search



You can enter search terms to the frame.


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 Search button



Click "Search" to begin the search.


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 Clear button



It returns to the initial state when clicking.


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 Auxiliary input  (Keyboard)



When the link of KeyBoard is clicked, the keyboard will be displayed in a separate window.
Search terms, you can enter on the keyboard.


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 Switching of the search screen



The simple search can be switched to the Advanced retrieval by pushing the link.


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When you click the top left of the logo, go to the top page.


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Advanced Search

It's explained about a Advanced search of a local data base.






 Database



Please choose a database to use.
Retrieval word is taken over to each data base.


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 Search subject



You can search by specifying the type of material.

Since the decision of whether books or magazines is difficult material also, if there is no reason to narrow, it is recommended that you search without specifying.


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 Campus




It is possible to retrieve it by specifying the owning pavilion (library and laboratory).


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 Search Items



You can search by selecting search items.
Please refer to the paragraph of "Detailed typing method of search terms" for details.


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 Logical operation



You can search using logical operations.


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 Year Published



You can search by year of publication.


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 Country





You can search by specifying the publication of the country.


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 Language




You can search by specifying the language.


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 Subject



You can search by specifying the field.


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 Media type



You can search by specifying the media type.


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 Location



You can search by specifying the Location.


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 Sort



The retrieval result can be specified in the ascending order or the descending order.


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 Display



The maximum number of displays of the list a page can be specified.


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 Search button



Click "Search" to begin the search.


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 Clear button



It returns to the initial state when clicking.


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 Auxiliary input  (Keyboard)



When the link of KeyBoard is clicked, the keyboard will be displayed in a separate window. Search terms, you can enter on the keyboard.


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 Change of the search screen



The advanced search can be switched to the simple retrieval by pushing the link.


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When you click the top left of the logo, go to the top page.


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Detailed input method of retrieval word

It explains a detailed input method in the local data base retrieval.

▼ General rule

▼ Title/Series name

▼ Author/Editor name

▼ Publisher

▼ Subject

▼ ISBN

▼ ISSN

▼ Standard classification number

▼ Possession classification

▼ Call Number

▼ Bibliography ID

▼ Barcode Number

▼ LCCN

▼ NDLCN・NDLPN

▼ CODEN

▼ Publication year

▼ NCID

▼ NBN Number

▼ Common code

▼ Other codes





 General rule


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 Title / Series name
✽  kanji・hiragana・katakana・the Roman alphabet・full-width Cyrillic alphabet・full-width Greek alphabet


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 Author / Editor name


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 Publisher


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 Subject


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 ISBN


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 ISSN


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 Standard classification number


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 Owning classification


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 Call Number


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 Bibliography ID


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 Barcode Number ( Book ID )


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 LCCN


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 NDLCN・NDLPN


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 CODEN


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  NACSIS ID ( NCID )


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 NBN Number


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 Common Code


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 Other codes


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Prefix search

When you input "* (asterisk)" to an end of retrieval word, and search, you can do a match search.

Please input it without putting the space between the retrieval word and " * ".



When the retrieval term like the above-mentioned example is input, "community" or "communication", etc. can be retrieved.


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Exact match search

Exact matching search can be done by typing "# ( pound sign )" at the beginning of the search terms.

In the detail retrieval, when the following item is selected from the pull-down, the exact match search can be done.

  • Title Words
  • Auther
  • Publisher
  • Subject
  • Any(Keyord)




  • When search terms are typed like the above-mentioned example, only " beautiful life " that completely match the searched terms is searched.


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    Partial match retrieval

    The partial matching search can be done by surrounding the search terms with a parenthesis.
    It is effective when retrieving it without dividing the retrieval word.

    In the detail retrieval, when the following item is selected from the pull-down, the partial match retrieval can be done.

  • Title Words
  • Auther
  • Publisher
  • Subject
  • Any(Keyord)




  • When search terms are typed like the above-mentioned example, all words that include with "Historical dictionary", such as "Historical dictionary of Tokyo" and "European historical dictionary series" are searched.


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    Logical operator

     A and B [AND]

    When search terms are typed to two or more items and "AND" is selected, materials that agree with both terms are searched.


    Material including word "beautiful" and "life" is searched.
    You can search like the above-mentioned by putting space between two words or putting "*".
    However, the title of a book (complete type) and the author name are excluded from it.

    ▼ Search to put "*" between the two words.

    ▼ When you search by typing space between two words.





     A or B [OR]

    When search terms are typed to two or more items and "OR" is selected, materials that agree with either two search terms are searched.


    Material including word "Yosano" or "akiko" is searched.





     A not B [NOT]

    When "NOT" is selected, materials including the second word are excluded though materials including the first word are searched.


    Materials including word "Bronte" are excluded though materials including word "Charlotte" are searched.


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