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Subject [Lucene-java Wiki] Trivial Update of "DateRangeQueries" by MikeMcCandless
Date Thu, 04 Dec 2008 10:47:05 GMT
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The following page has been changed by MikeMcCandless:
http://wiki.apache.org/lucene-java/DateRangeQueries

The comment on the change is:
Change 2.4 dev -> 2.9-dev for TrieRangeQuery

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  A similar scheme can be used for general numerical range searching. This trades off index
size for search performance.
  
- A generalization of this is available in TrieRangeQuery in contrib/queries as from 2.4 dev.
This works by mapping values to be indexed to a 64 bit long value, and by indexing various
length prefixes of these 64 bit values. Order preserving mappings for dates and floating points
are available.
+ A generalization of this is available in TrieRangeQuery in contrib/queries as from 2.9-dev.
This works by mapping values to be indexed to a 64 bit long value, and by indexing various
length prefixes of these 64 bit values. Order preserving mappings for dates and floating points
are available.
  
  When longer dates or numbers need to be indexed, for example CCYYMMDDhhmmss with hours,
minutes and seconds added, consider indexing the hhmmss separately, possibly with hierarchical
prefixes themselves.
  A search with CCYYMMDDhhmmss accuracy would then need a BooleanQuery with required clauses
for the CCYYMMDD and hhmmss parts.

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