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March 12, 2009

Search Relevancy and Japanese text, CJK, interesting thread on SearchDev.org

A really nice discussion over on SearchDev.org about relevancy when searching Japanese text and other CJK languages.  Touches on a lot of technical issues including tokenization, thesaurus, character set normalization, etc.

Folks chiming in about how a number of different search engines handle this including Autonomy IDOL, K2, Ultraseek and MarkLogic.

The actual thread:

A tad hard to read with all the quoted text, but well worth a full skim, keep scrolling!


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