I searched the pages a lot about the search problem but didn't understand much, so please make it clearer for me.
In computational complexity theory and computability theory, a search problem is a type of computational problem represented by a binary relation. If R is a binary relation such that field(R) ⊆ Γ+ and T is a Turing machine, then T calculates R if:
If x is such that there is some y such that R(x, y) then T accepts x with output z such that R(x, z) (there may be multiple y, and T need only find one of them) If x is such that there is no y such that R(x, y) then T rejects x
If anyone can explain it to me easily and give a few examples, it will help me a lot.