Posts Tagged: Lucene Revolution

Road to Revolution: Faceted Search with Lucene

Faceted search is a powerful technique to let users easily navigate the search results. It can also be used to develop rich user interfaces, which give an analyst quick insights…
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Road to Revolution: Text Classification Powered by Apache Mahout and Lucene

Text classification automates the task of filing documents into pre-defined categories based on a set of example documents. The first step in automating classification is to transform the documents to…
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Road to Revolution: High Performance JSON Search and Relational Faceted Browsing with Lucene

In the Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “High Performance JSON Search and Relational Faceted Browsing with Lucene,” Renaud Delbru, Co-Founder of SindiceTech, will discuss how Lucene and Solr can be used for very…
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Road to Revolution: Large Scale Crawling with Apache Nutch and Friends

The Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “Large Scale Crawling with Apache Nutch and Friends,” by Julien Nioche, Director at DigitalPebble, will give an overview of Apache Nutch. Julien will describe its main…
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Road to Revolution: Querying Rich Text with XQuery

Solr and Lucene provide a powerful, scalable search server. XQuery provides a rich querying and programming model for use with marked-up text. The session, “Querying Rich Text with XQuery,” by…
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Road to Revolution: Schemaless Solr and the Solr Schema REST API

During the Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “Schemaless Solr and the Solr Schema REST API,” Steve Rowe, Senior Software Engineer at LucidWorks, will show you how and why to use Solr’s new Schemaless Mode,…
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Road to Revolution: System Teardown – Solr as a Practical Recommendation Engine

During the Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “System Teardown – Solr as a Practical Recommendation Engine,”  Michael Hausenblas, Chief Data Engineer at MapR Technologies, will present a detailed tear-down and walk-through of a…
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Road to Revolution: Using Solr to Search and Analyze Logs

Many of us tend to hate or simply ignore logs, and rightfully so:  they’re typically hard to find, difficult to handle, and are cryptic to the human eye. But can…
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Road to Revolution: State of the Art Logging – Kibana4Solr is Here!

Kibana4Solr is search-driven, scalable, browser based, and extremely user friendly (also for non-technical users). Logs are everywhere. Any device, system, or human can potentially produce a huge amount of information…
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Road to Revolution: Implementing a Custom Search Syntax using Solr, Lucene, and Parboiled

In a recent project with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Opensource Connections was asked to prototype the next generation of patent search – using Solr and Lucene. An…
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