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Search engines

A backend search engine, often referred to as a "backend search service" or "backend search functionality," is a component or service in a software application's backend (server-side) that is responsible for indexing, searching, and retrieving data efficiently. Unlike public search engines like Google, backend search engines are typically used to search and retrieve data from within a specific application, database, or system. They play a crucial role in applications where users need to search for and access specific pieces of information quickly. Here's an explanation of how backend search engines work and their key characteristics: