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Trigram search is a method of searching for text when the exact syntax or spelling of the target object is not precisely known. It finds objects which match the maximum number of three-character strings in the entered search terms, i.e., near matches. A threshold can be specified as a cutoff point, after which a result is no longer regarded as a match.
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