Introduction With Rated Ranking Evaluator Enterprise approaching soon, we take the occasion of explaining in details why Offline Search Quality Evaluation is so important nowadays and what you can do already with the Rated Ranking Evaluator open-source libraries. More news will come soon as we are approaching the V1 release date. Stay tuned! Search Quality … Continue reading Offline Search Quality Evaluation: Rated Ranking Evaluator (RRE)
Interleaving is an online evaluation approach for ranking functions, contributed to Apache Solr Learning to Rank by Sease.
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This blog post aims to give a better understanding of Docvalues and stored fields in Apache Solr for the operations in which they can be used interchangeably.
I've always loved R&D and I've always been fascinated by seeing in action the implementation of my ideas. It was in July 2010 when I started my professional journey in the Open Source search landscape, I was a Junior software engineer at the time, and after few months of post graduate research at Roma3 University … Continue reading Apache Lucene/Solr Committer !
This blog post is about our latest contribution to the Apache Lucene/Solr project:introducing the ability of assigning different weights to synonyms.This contribution aims to help users that deal with complex synonyms dictionaries where it's important to associate a numerical weight to each of them, for example to boost the ones that are more important in … Continue reading Introducing Weighted Synonyms in Apache Lucene/Solr
In this post we describe an approach to solve the problem of an application that requires both Full and Atomic Updates, using one of the powerful concepts in Object Oriented Programming: Polymorphism.
After the very warm reception of the first year, the fourth London Information Retrieval Meetup is approaching (11/02/2020) and we are excited to add more details about our speakers and talks!The event is free and you are invited to register : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-information-retrieval-meetup-february-2020-tickets-89056738101 Our first speaker is Anna Ruggero, one of our R&D software engineers: Anna … Continue reading London Information Retrieval Meetup February
Let’s say you need to write a component, a request handler, or in general some piece of custom code that needs to be plugged into Solr. Or, you need to have a deeper understanding about some Lucene/Solr internals, following what actually happens within the code. I know: unit tests, integration tests, everything to make … Continue reading Digging in the Solr code: 5 minutes howto
It was the spring of 2018, Andrea was strenuously working on a customer project, continuously tuning search configurations and checking the ground truth for certain queries manually. That was pretty much the standard at the time, the brilliant Quepid from our friends at Open Source Connection helped in some use cases, but there was nothing … Continue reading Road to Rated Ranking Evaluator Enterprise