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From Kent Poots <kent.poots.sen...@gmail.com>
Subject Newbie Question: using my own document features for retrieval
Date Wed, 18 Nov 2020 17:51:43 GMT
I am new to lucene/solr.

Information Retrieval books describe a very simple retrieval pipeline,
where you represent documents and queries by features. For example, the
average embedding of words in a document or query. Then use a cosine
similarity to find the most similar document to a query.

These IR books give examples of calculating features (typically in Python).

What is the equivalent in Lucene/Solr ?

Do I need to code a plug-in ?

Any examples handy ?

Thanks for your patience !

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Kent

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