Apache Solr pp 263-290 | Cite as

Semantic Search

  • Dikshant Shahi


You have reached the last chapter of this book, and in this journey you have learned about the significant features of Solr and the nitty-gritty of using it. In previous chapters, you also learned about information retrieval concepts and relevance ranking, which are essential for understanding Solr’s internals and the how and why of scoring. This knowledge is indispensable for what you will be doing most of the time: tuning the document relevance. With all of this information, you should be able to develop an effective search engine that retrieves relevant documents for the query, ranks them appropriately, and provides other features that add to the user experience.


Natural Language Processing Semantic Search Relevance Ranking Entity Extraction Semantic Enrichment 
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© Dikshant Shahi 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Dikshant Shahi
    • 1
  1. 1.KarnatakaIndia

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