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From Norbert Pabiś <npa...@e-point.pl>
Subject Re: phrase query and slop factor
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2002 09:38:16 GMT
Rather not.
Terms in phrase query are ordered and slop factor specifies how much
unordered they can be.

Otis Gospodnetic wrote:
> 
> Wouldn't that depend on how far from each other you wanted to allow
> them to be?  If you have a document with 100 words indexed and you are
> searching for "first second" wouldn't you have to set the slop to about
> 100, just in case the word 'first' is the very first word in the
> document, and 'second' is the very last work in your document?
> I haven't used slop factor, so this is only theory :)
> 
> Otis
> 
> --- Norbert Pabiś <npabis@e-point.pl> wrote:
> > What must be slop factor to allow any combination of word in phrase?
> >
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