At 02:21 PM 11/12/01, Bill Moseley wrote:
>For that to work the source has to be split
>up just like swish indexes, stopwords removed, source words stemmed,
>matches up with the query, and then put back together.
But wait - doesn't the index already contain a word position
of some sort? That would reduce the problem to just counting
words properly, not all the stemming and matching. I am
interested in this thread because I really HATE getting
back search results in which I can't find the thing I was
looking for. Commercial search engines do that all the
time because they've found meta content and you can NEVER
highlight that without turning the tags into new content.
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Received on Mon Nov 12 23:46:45 2001