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From liat oren <oren.l...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Query scoring
Date Sun, 03 May 2009 13:13:43 GMT
Please see in a new thread - Boosting query - debuging
Thanks!

2009/5/2 Chris Hostetter <hossman_lucene@fucit.org>

>
> : Sorry, you can see the script below:
>
> uh ... ok.  so now you've posted a bunch of your code, but you still
> haven't addresed the root of what Erick and I were both getting at...
>
> : > Erick means we need to see *all* of your code (inlcuding how you get
> the
> : > score and the Explanation you are printing) to understand why they
> don't
> : > match.
> : >
> : > All you've shown is the output of your program and the generation of a
> : > Hits object.
>
> ...with your latest post now we see a bunch of utility functions showing
> how you index your data and one function showing how you get the highest
> scoring doc for a "word" ... but at no point in any of your code do you
> call "explain" or get the score of a Document.
>
> People can't answer your question unless they understand what you are are
> doing -- they can't understand what you are doing until you show them the
> code ... all of the code.
>
> The rule of thumb to use: If you email someone code, and they can't
> compile it or run it on their own computer because it depends on other
> code that only you have, then odds are they can't make sense of why it
> doens't do what you wnat it to do.
>
>
>
>
> -Hoss
>
>
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