Identifies a search request
Search properties like query, limit etc. act as search constraints.
If a library server does not support some specific search constrain,
it is supposed to issue a warning message showing that the results delivered
are a superset of what the client might expect.
This property points to a query contained in a search request.
This property points to a query String contained in a search request.
In case that the query is queryString this property says what
query language This property points to a query String contained in a search request.
The scope of the search request.
The range is a collection of resources or a single resource.
No literals are possible as a scope (use resource URI instead).
The maximal number of search results the client is willing to handle.
Range is an integer (literal), not specified because typing on RDF is
still under way.
The attributes returned for each digital object found.
No a searchConstraint since number of results is unaffected by
Error during the search
Not the complete result has been delivered
Items delivered in the result set are instances of this class.
Since a resource may be an instance of more than one class,
the search service may submit additional typing information, e.g.
like Document, File, Map etc.
Points to a result item which is a resource having
further properties requested by the search (property attributes)
Use this property to rank the search results.
Rank can also be just a enumeration of the result set.
It is intended to provide some kind of order.
If a particular ranking algorithm is used, create a
subPropertyOf this property.
Gives the size of the complete(!) result set,
even if returns as a PartialResult.
Range is an integer (a literal containing an integer)