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From Adrien Grand <jpou...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: suggestion for Lucene/Apache team
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2016 15:15:07 GMT
This sounds to me like something that is already happening. For instance
over time we added the "pulsing" optimization to better handle PK lookups,
added FST-based suggesters and recently added support for BKD trees in the
index formats. I'm pretty sure this will keep happening.

Le dim. 25 sept. 2016 à 14:52, Cristian Lorenzetto <
cristian.lorenzetto@gmail.com> a écrit :

> Lucene changed web applications in the last years. I created a bit
> revolution in many real commercial services.
> A lot of applications, services, servers based on lucene are born in the
> last years. The reason is simple. The modularity is the key for the
> computer science fast evolution. It permitted to developers to concentrate
> themselves to develop their business logic without to lose years for
> getting stable the core of one of the most important functions for their
> business.
> The necessity to search different ways to store unstructured data was and
> is onother focus and success point for lucene. In the future this necessity
> could be extended for new needs more complex.
> Based on this simple analisys , i suggest to Apache/Lucene to plan in the
> future to extend it with other engines implementing other  algorithms(b+
> plus,point quad,g-tree,trie,string B) for other application contexts.
> It would give a boot to  technological development.
>
> Cristian
>

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