yes, in fact I don't want to use the indexing feature
of swish, because I should do that on my own, this is
I just want some features, if exists, that will be
hepful in creating document vectors to compare to the
query vectors. For example, stemming seems like a very
complex topic to me, and I think swish has a feature
like this. that's why I want help from you.
--- Bill Moseley <email@example.com> wrote:
> At 06:41 AM 2/25/2002 -0800, Gaye Karagulle wrote:
> >I am going to develop a library program in visual
> >basic, that does indexing using "vector space
> >and I need to find the words and their
> >frequencies, of each document in my database, in
> >to create vectors for each document. And stemming
> >should be done meanwhile, namely, "run" "runs" and
> >"running"..etc should be counted as the same word.
> >word frequencies will be used as weigts in the
> >document vectors.
> >can I create these document vectors using swish-e?
> >yes how?
> Not sure I'm following what you want. Doesn't sound
> like you need a search
> Do you need to find the documents or are you just
> interested in word
> If just frequency then I'd probably just parse,
> stem, and tally up the
> counts. Not sure why you would need swish.
> With swish you can use some of the -T options to
> dump the index which will
> probably give you word counts, I suppose. -T
> index_words_full will tell
> you the frequency of each word, but it's a lot of
> output to parse.
> Bill Moseley
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