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From Mike Klaas <mike.kl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: dismax and long phrases
Date Mon, 06 Oct 2008 22:47:05 GMT

On 6-Oct-08, at 11:20 AM, Jon Drukman wrote:

> Chris Hostetter wrote:
>> It's not a bug in the implementation, it's a side effect of the  
>> basic tenent of how dismax works since it inverts the input and  
>> creates a DisjunctionMaxQuery for each "word" in the input, any  
>> word that is valid in at least one of the "qf" fields generates a  
>> "should" clause that contributes to the MM count.
>
> you guys are going way over my head now.
>
> is there any way i could 'fake' it by adding a second field without  
> stopwords, or something like that?

Yep, you can "fake" it by only using fieldsets (qf) that have a  
consistent set of stopwords.

-Mike

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