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From Eneko chan <>
Subject Re: Search multiple tags within multiple categories
Date Tue, 16 Oct 2012 11:28:28 GMT

May be I explained myself wrong or I still don't know what OpenNLP is
capable of.

I don't need to automatically create the relations between tags and
categories. That would be done (at first) manually. I need somehow to send
a query with the tags [plane, airport, pilot, parachuting, base jump] and
receive as response [Aviation, Extreme Sports] for example. But if I send
[plane, wood, cycling, jogging] receive as response [Bricolage, Sports].

Wouldn't that be a matter of searching and not classifying?

By the way I wanted to say "Apache Jena" before and not "Apache Jade"...

Thank you very much.

On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 12:28 PM, Otis Gospodnetic <> wrote:

> Hello,
> Sounds like you want to look into classification tools like OpenNLP. There
> is a wiki page on Solr wiki, too...
> Otis
> --
> Performance Monitoring -
> On Oct 16, 2012 5:45 AM, "Eneko chan" <> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm new to Solr and I'm felling quite lost. I'm not sure if Sorl could be
> > the answer to the problem I'm dealing with. I'll try to explain it as
> > simple as I can:
> >
> > The users of my website have a profile (just as usual with name, email,
> > twitter account, etc.). Every user can write down some tags that describe
> > themselves. For example I could write "programming", "PHP", "Java" and
> "web
> > development" for example. Then the user chooses one (and only one)
> > category, in my case it could be "Computer Science".
> >
> > The new feature we want to add is this: the user would write down only
> the
> > tags as ussual but depending on those tags *one or more categories* would
> > be selected for him *automatically*. Depending on the amount and
> relevancy
> > of the tags some or other categories would be choosen. The idea is to
> look
> > for tag words using Nutch (in newspaper web sites, twitter, etc,) and
> then
> > relate those to categories.  But one of the problems is that some words
> can
> > belong at the same time to different categories depending of the other
> > tags. For example "plane" with "airport" would be in "Aviation" category
> > but "plane" (meaning the tool) with "wood" would be in "Bricolage"
> > category.
> >
> > Is Solr capable of doing what I want? If not, does any body know a
> > framework or library (preferably open source) that could do this? I've
> read
> > about Apache Jade for Semantic Web applications but I'm not sure.
> >
> >
> > Thank you!
> >

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