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Clark Richey talks about the java.net email search capabilities provided by MarkMail.org.
2009-07-06
Tom White wraps up his Nutch introduction by showing how to search a Nutch index and how to integrate it with your application.
2006-02-16
Tom White introduces Nutch, an open source search engine written entirely in Java. In part one, he shows how Nutch's crawler builds the index.
2006-01-10
Improving the BrainFeed end-user experience with a Swing thick client.
2004-03-26
An introduction to the standards-based architecture of Joshua Marinacci's BrainFeed web application.
2004-03-16
Bill Grosso begins exploring an Internet application built for the "Internet Operating System" on top of the Google APIs: Googleminer.
2004-03-05
Erik Hatcher continues his series on Lucene with a look at using the QueryParser. Three things are needed: an expression, the default field name to use for unqualified fields in the expression, and an analyzer to pieces of the expression.
2003-11-06
Lucene is a high-performance, scalable, search engine technology. The first part of this article takes you through an example of using Lucene to index all the text files in a directory and its subdirectories. The remainder provides examples of analysis and searching.
2004-07-30