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From Chris Hostetter <hossman_luc...@fucit.org>
Subject Re: number of hits of pages containing two terms
Date Wed, 18 Mar 2009 00:54:34 GMT

: The final "production" computation is one-time, still, I have to recurrently
: come back and correct some errors, then retry...

this doesn't really seem like a problem ideally suited for Lucene ... this 
seems like the type of problem sequential batch crunching could solve 
better...

first pass: tokenize each document into a bucket of words

second pass: count the occurances of every word, and make a list of all 
docs where the occurance is greater then N.

third pass: filter the word buckets from pass#1 so they only contain 
words in the list produced by pass#2

fourth pass: generate all pairs of words in every word bucket produced 
by pass#3

fifth pass: sort and count the uniq pairs produced by pass#4


...i have a hard time thinking in terms of Ma/Reduce steps, but i'm 
guessing a Hadoop based app could do all this in a relatively straight 
forward manner.



-Hoss


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