Tag Archive for Lucene

SIREn Schemaless Structured Doc Search System Zips Through Complex Nested Document Search

by Jennifer Zaino Schemaless structured document search system SIREn (Semantic Information Retrieval ENgine) has posted some impressive benchmarks for a demonstration it did of its prowess in searching complex nested documents. A blog here discusses the test, which indexed a collection of about 44,000 U.S. patent grant documents, with an average of 1,822 nested objects per doc, comparing Lucene’s Blockjoin…

Search And Next-Gen Big Data Apps

Search is a fundamental, a system building block, and something that should be a critical part of enterprise architectures. That’s what Grant Ingersoll, co-founder and CTO at search, discovery and analytics vendor LucidWorks – which leverages the Apache Lucene/Solr open source search project – told an audience at last week’s GigaOM Structure Data event. The…

Professional Investors: Get Your Quant In A Box

The talk of falling off the fiscal cliff that’s drowning out the holiday music could take its toll on what historically is a strong month for the stock market, according to Reuters, How that scenario will play out, not to mention a ton of other factors, is just the kind of thing to keep hedge…

Semantic Image Search: Next Up For a Major Search Engine?

We’ve seen the big three players in the search engine space honing their semantic edge, and we may soon see one of them deploying semantic technology to sharpen image searches, too. nachofoto says it is in discussions with one of the giants (which it declines to name for now) that could result in a licensing…