Text Indexing and Search Engines
Text into an Enterprise IT Environment
This presentation gives a comprehensive overview of the
issues involved in integrating text data into an enterprise IT environment. Subjects covered include:
How text indexing and search
work and what they assume
Fitting text into a
traditional IT context
Sorting out your text
Key considerations in text
Text Search: General-Purpose
DBMS vs. Specialty Search Engines
For most text search applications, we favor using DBMS
as the underpinnings, rather than specialized search engines. DBMS are competitive with search engines
text-specific features, and superior in manageability.
This implementation choice also supports tight relational/text integration,
which is important in a surprisingly broad range of applications.
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