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From Steve Suppe <ssu...@llnl.gov>
Subject Re: Question on the SemanticSearch.zip - SIAPI
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 20:39:46 GMT
Hi Scott,

It seems we might be doing similar work.  We're looking into indexing our 
annotations as well - however, I thought that Juru's SemanticSearch didn't 
work with Apache UIMA (I thought it only worked with IBM UIMA).  Can you 
confirm this or put it to rest?

Thanks!
Steve

At 11:24 PM 10/24/2007, you wrote:
>Hi guys,
>
>I posted a while back about about indexing using SIAPI. Since then I've
>managed to get the entire process of indexing and searching working
>pretty smoothly. However, I have a general question for anyone who is
>familiar with SIAPI.
>
>Basically, prior to indexing documents I have built a Index
>Specification Descriptor which contains the typesystem to use for
>indexing. My typesystem has hierachy in it, so there is stuff like
>organization, organization.company in there. What I was hoping for is
>that when I submit something like '<organization/>' as the xml search
>fragment I would get hits for not only organization annotations but also
>all the child types of organization including organization.company,
>however, this doesn't happen. Is there anything that I can do with the
>Index Specification Descriptor to define a hierachy for the SIAPI
>indexer? Or does the indexer have no concept of hierachy?
>
>If it doesn't support hierachy typesystems, I was wondering if I can
>modify the xml fragment before it is submitted to basically OR all the
>child types. I've seen some xml fragments for omnifind which have
><.or></.or> tags in them, but I have only seen it used to filter on
>propertys, ie <book><.or><author>John Smith</author><title>XML
>-Microsoft</title></.or></book>. Is there anything similar I can do
with
>juru but on types?
>
>Finally, is there a workaround to my issue that I haven't thought of?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Scott.
>
>
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