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Steven J. DeRose wrote:
Thanks, that was the kind of info I was interested in...
How do you build indexers that give weight to the things you want/need
> It's not extremely hard to build a completely structure-aware indexer
> (though optimizing them for really huge document collections is harder).
> But they're still not common, and indexers that weren't built
> specifically for XML from the beginning, often have many surprises
> awaiting the unwary.
Do you have suggestions for XML indexers?
> Best wishes,
> PS: The "chunking" or single-level issue was a hot topic in hypertext
> and information retrieval articles in the late 80's and early 90's, and
> much of what was written then is, perhaps surprisingly, still timely
> today. If inclined, check out the Proceedings of the yearly ACM
> "Hypertext" conferences. Also some of this was discussed during the W3C
> "QL98" conference in Cambridge (that kicked off the W3C work on
> querying), available at http://www.w3.org/TandS/QL/QL98/. Of course the
> first thing you'll want to read from there is my paper... ;)
> http://www.w3.org/TandS/QL/QL98/pp/linkhier.html And as always, the
> Cover Pages have a wealth of good info, for example at
I will check these out.