Can you all recommend any other books on information
retrieval? I was looking at Amazon last night, and I
found a few that looked interesting, I'm just the type
of guy that has to "leaf through" before I buy the
damn thing. I guess I just need to find a good tech
book store around here...
I think my first real proposal of any significance
will be to replace the catalog with a truely
industrial strength indexing bohemoth, that can be
plugged into this whole "component arch."
BTW: I still wanna chat some time about this, I just
need to decide when, perhaps late next week...
--- Matt Hamilton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Chris Withers wrote:
> > > (it can do boolean searches too, but the book is
> mainly about
> > > ranking).
> > Please god tell me they cover phrase matching :-S
> No they don't really (if I remember right). I think
> they do talk about
> storing the position of the word in the document, so
> that could help. I
> need to dig the book out, I looked at it about 18
> months ago.
> > [snip headf*ck]
> > Urm, maybe they'll take it a little slower than
> that? ;-)
> Yes they do. Condensing ~500 pages into one
> paragraph is a bit tricky :)
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