Word-break analysis allows the Spelling Correction feature to consider alternate queries computed by changing the word divisions in the user’s query.

For example, if the query is Back Street Boys, word-break analysis could instruct the MDEX Engine to consider the alternate Backstreet Boys.

When word-break analysis is applied to a query, it requires that the substrings that the term is broken up into appear in the data in succession.

For example, starting with the query box17, word-break analysis would find box 17, as well as box-17, assuming that the hyphen (-) has not been specified as a search character. However, it would not find 17 old boxes, because the target terms do not appear in order.

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