Apache Lucene is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine library written entirely in Java.

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Creating a web application with full text search on dynamic data

Even after thorough requirements engineering we end up with users wanting to attach 'notes' to their otherwise well-structured data records, in other words: arbitrary key-value pairs. Their primary ...
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When would I choose a Lucene/MSFT Search of SQL to store Spatial data?

I need to store the locations of stores and allow customers to query nearby businesses, with a varying amount of filters. The filters in the Search world seem to be named "facets" What reasoning ...
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Using Google for full text database search

I have a lot of text and I am storing it in Elastic search. Using Lucene, NLP and Wordnet filters the search is good but not as good as Google's because none of these methods use AI for the search so ...
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Lucene vs Solr - Indexing pdf/word documents reisiding on a NAS drive using .Net [closed]

Using ASP.Net, I want to implement full text search using Lucene/Solr on a LARGE number of docs (word, pdf etc.) residing in a directory on a NAS drive. The NAS drive would be mapped as a network ...
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Lucene full text search of 6 million records

I want to implement Lucene for full text search. I have a table with 6 million records in an sql database. Each minute around thousand new rows will be added from the application. Index creation in ...
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Incorporating custom Algorithm in SOLR-LUCENE , before Indexing?

CURRENT FLOW: I am using a custom algorithm(presently in php) to rank the MYSQL records before INDEXING it to SOLR . WHAT I WANT : Is it possible implementing this ALGORITHM(may be in JAVA) inside ...
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Is lucene.net/solrnet a good solution for searching a list of names with fuzzy matching? [closed]

At the moment, we're using sql server full text search, but it's too inflexible. The main thing we do is look up names of people from a database based on a search query. The searches need to be fast, ...
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How is machine learning incorporated into search engine design?

I am currently building a small in-house search engine based on Apache Lucene. Its purpose is simple - based on some keywords, it will suggest some articles written internally within our company. I am ...
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Lucene + Joins == RDBMS?

Now that Lucene supports joins (at indexing time and at querying time) can one use Lucene as a databse (a NoSQL one, with Eventual Consistency)? Note: I was pondering on that for sometime and this is ...
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Text search - big data problem

I have a problem I was hoping I could get some advice on! I have a LOT of text as input (about 20GB worth, not MASSIVE but big enough). This is just free text, unstructured. I have a 'category list'...
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NLP - Queries using semantic wildcards in full text searching, maybe with Lucene?

Let's say I have a big corpus (for example in english or an arbitrary language), and I want to perform some semantic search on it. For example I have the query: "Be careful: [art] armada of [sg] is ...
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Good technique for search text tokenization

We are looking for a way to tokenize some text in the same or similar way as a search engine would do it. The reason we are doing this is so that we can run some statistical analysis on the tokens. ...
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How important is index size when searching?

My company has recently began using Apache Solr to search its data. As we learn how to use it we have gone down the path of indexing multiple fields to get the results we need. Most of these are ...