Lucene’s performance, simplicity, disarming ease-of-use, and best practices are covered in this look at the highly scalable, fast, and pure Java search engine. Newly documented solutions explain what Lucene is and how it works and how it can be used in a variety of real-world applications such as Nutch. Users will also use this guide to understand and solve “analysis paralysis,” employ advanced searching techniques, such as filtering and custom query parsing, and handle a variety of document types such as Word, PDF, HTML, and XML. About the Author
Erik Hatcher is an Apache Software Foundation member and committer on several projects including Ant, Lucene, and Tapestry. He is a frequent speaker at industry events including JavaOne, OSCON, JUG meetings, and the No Fluff, Just Stuff symposiums. He is the author of many articles published at java.net, JavaPro, and developerWorks and is the coauthor of Java Development with Ant. Otis Gospodnetic is an Active Apache Jakarta committer, a member of the Apache Jakarta project management committee, a developer of Lucene, and maintainer of the jGuru’s Lucene FAQ. He is the author of several articles published on O’Reilly Network, IBM developerWorks, and interChange, the International SGML/XML User Group publication.
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