Is there any LSI implementation?

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Is there any LSI implementation?

Edward J. Yoon
Hi, i'm newbie in here.
When I read "Better Search with Apacke Lucene and Solr", i found a LSI
approache.
Is there any LSI implementation?

I'm interested in the problem of scalability and the parallel matrix operations.
Thanks.
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B. Regards,
Edward J. Yoon
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Re: Is there any LSI implementation?

Otis Gospodnetic-2-2
Hi Ed,

The answer is no, though I'm not sure if you really meant to ask on the Nutch mailing list.  Lucene mailing list (java-user@lucene....) would be a better place to ask, if you haven't already.
 
Otis
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----- Original Message ----
From: Edward J. Yoon <[hidden email]>
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Subject: Is there any LSI implementation?

Hi, i'm newbie in here.
When I read "Better Search with Apacke Lucene and Solr", i found a LSI
approache.
Is there any LSI implementation?

I'm interested in the problem of scalability and the parallel matrix operations.
Thanks.
--
B. Regards,
Edward J. Yoon