Posts Tagged: Open Source Search

Road to Revolution: Moving a Complex Application from Using Verity and Oracle to Using Solr

The juris portal provides access to legal information (about 6.5 mil documents) and information about German companies (about 23 mil documents). Access is highly personalized:  search, links, and search suggestions…
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Road to Revolution: Solr's Admin UI – Where does the data come from?

Like many web applications in the past, the Solr Admin UI up until 4.0 was entirely server based. It used separate code on the server to generate their dashboards, overviews,…
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Road to Revolution: Text Classification with Lucene/Solr, Apache Hadoop and LibSVM

In the Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “Text Classification with Lucene/Solr, Apache Hadoop and LibSVM,” Majirus Fansi, SOA and Search Engine Developer at Valtech, will show you how to build a text classifier…
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Road to Revolution: Turning Search Upside Down – Using Lucene for Very Fast Stored Queries

As part of their work with large media monitoring companies, Flax has developed a technique for applying tens of thousands of stored Lucene queries to a document in under a…
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Road to Revolution: Relevancy Hacks for eCommerce

The Lucene/Solr Revolution session, “Relevancy Hacks for eCommerce,” is aimed at providing an understanding of how the ranking of documents works with Solr and ways to improve relevancy in your search…
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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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