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From Yuval Feinstein <>
Subject RE: Overriding Lucene's term weights computation
Date Wed, 23 Jun 2010 20:00:37 GMT
Naama, Maybe you could use the new flexible indexing mechanism.
Some information is in this lecture:
Alternatively, you may use payloads, but they seem like a worse fit.
Good Luck,

From: Naama Kraus []
Sent: Wednesday, June 23, 2010 1:38 PM
Subject: Overriding Lucene's term weights computation


Is there a way for an application to index a document along with its "term
weighted vector" (Lucene's TermFreqVector). I.e., override the term
frequencies computed by Lucene, with an application's computed term weights
(non frequency based) ?
I don't think I want to use Scorer#score() for applying score changes as
this one is activated at search time which won't work for me.

Thanks for any insight,
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