Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of Search


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02/18/08 08:53:51 (9 years ago)
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pichota
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    2626[[Image(02-advanced_search_query_with_results.png)]] 
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    28 You see that search results are grouped by Wiki pages that qualified for the query. However, what really happens here is that single paragraphs qualified for the search result which are then grouped according to the Wiki page they belong to. In this example, all paragraphs that belong to a Wiki page called "!OneMinuteWiki" have been retrieved. So, although it may occur to you that the retrieval is on a per-page basis (similar to using JSPWiki's built-in full text search), it is truly a paragraph-oriented retrieval. We will see another example in a minute, where not all paragraphs of a Wiki page qualify for the search query. You may have also noticed the checkboxes in the upper-right corner of a result paragraph. These are used for document summarization, which we will discuss later, so ignore them for now. 
     28You see that search results are grouped by Wiki pages that qualified for the query. However, what really happens here is that single paragraphs qualified for the search result which are then grouped according to the Wiki page they belong to. Clicking on a result box opens the corresponding page in a new window and scrolls to the paragraph. In this example, all paragraphs that belong to a Wiki page called "!OneMinuteWiki" have been retrieved. So, although it may occur to you that the retrieval is on a per-page basis (similar to using JSPWiki's built-in full text search), it is truly a paragraph-oriented retrieval. We will see another example in a minute, where not all paragraphs of a Wiki page qualify for the search query. You may have also noticed the checkboxes in the upper-right corner of a result paragraph. These are used for document summarization, which we will discuss later, so ignore them for now. 
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    3030Of course you can choose to apply as many facets/restriction values as you like, in order to further constrain your query. We will demonstrate a more complicated example in the following section. Just remember that the addition of a new facet/restriction value constraint will pose an ''additional'' constraint on the already active query. You can therefore imagine a filter as being a series of AND-evaluated constraints (that means, partial results are combined using set intersection. We also allow other set operators, more on that in a second). Please note that currently we have no way for preventing the user from posing queries that lead to an empty result set (other faceted interfaces usually prevent this sort of dead-end queries). For example, choosing two different restriction values for the "Title" will ultimately lead to an empty result set, as there are never wiki pages with more than one title, obviously.