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From Andrzej Bialecki>
Subject Lucene 4 architecture - paper available
Date Tue, 09 Oct 2012 11:59:27 GMT
Hi all,

Together with Grant Ingersoll and Robert Muir we have submitted a paper 
to the "SIGIR 2012 Workshop on Open Source Information Retrieval" held 
on 16 Aug 2012 in Portland ( The 
paper has been accepted, and presented by Grant during the workshop, and 
it's available from the Proceedings page here:

The paper gives an overview of the Lucene 4 high-level architecture, 
major areas of functionality, new features in version 4, and presents 
the Open Source development process.

For people already familiar with Lucene 4 the material presented in the 
paper is probably kind of obvious. But one of the goals of this paper 
was also to present recent advances in Lucene to the academic IR 
community in a way understandable to this community (which is otherwise 
rather hermetic), and to provide a reference paper to be cited that 
better reflects current capabilities of Lucene than the older existing 
references from the time of Lucene 2.x or earlier. It could also provide 
a gentle introduction to Lucene 4 for people already familiar with 
information retrieval in general.

We hope you enjoy the reading. :)

Best regards,
Andrzej Bialecki, blog
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