joehms22 at gmail
Jul 3, 2012, 2:13 PM
Post #4 of 4
Avi and Greg, all three of those look like great resources; I especially
like the more practical ones.
I suppose getting my hands dirty in the source wouldn't hurt too much
The well-bred contradict other people. The wise contradict themselves.
- Oscar Wilde
On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 1:20 PM, Greg Bowyer <gbowyer [at] fastmail> wrote:
> I have been finding this book
> "Information Retrieval Implementing and Evaluating Search Engines
> (Büttcher, Clarke, Cormack)"
> an excellent read as well.
> Also there is the classic managing gigabytes which focuses a little more
> on some of the practical elements of it rather than theory.
> Just my 2cents
> -- Greg
> On 03/07/12 11:21, Avi Rosenschein wrote:
>> The first two are certainly a great place to start. The second edition of
>> "Introduction to Information Retrieval" in particular is an excellent
>> resource, and fairly recent. Beyond that, I would suggest diving into the
>> code of Lucene itself.
>> -- Avi
>> On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 6:53 PM, Joseph Lewis<joehms22 [at] gmail> wrote:
>>> The dev list didn't quite seem the right place to put this, but this is
>>> mostly a question for the developers:
>>> Are there any books/papers on the theory behind Lucene that would be
>>> beneficial if I were looking at learning how FTS engines worked; all I
>>> seem to find is "Introduction to Information Retrieval" the original
>>> that introduced Google and another from a masters student studying in
>>> Helsinki. Anything else anybody would recommend?
>>> - Joseph