These supplemental Deep Indexing databases will be searched along with the traditional
A&I file so that users retrieve a more robust, relevant results set.
Deep Indexing captures and categorizes data, variables and other content represented in tables, maps,
photographs and other figures which are typically embedded in scholarly publications and previously undiscoverable
when searching publications -- with ProQuest's Deep Indexing technology assigning an average of 8 index terms per image.
Applicable journal article records are further enhanced with thumbnails showing the objects contained within that article
indicating a Deep Indexing result and giving a quick preview of the image(s).
These Deep Indexing resources are unique to ProQuest and provided as part of your subscription at no additional cost.
Additional database specific information is available on the factsheet for each of the databases, hyperlinked to the titles above.