[Esip-discovery] ESIP Discovery Cluster Telecon, Tuesday, Feb 12 at 4:00 ET / 3:00 CT / 2:00 MT / 1:00 PT
Huang, Thomas (388J)
Thomas.Huang at jpl.nasa.gov
Tue Feb 12 13:09:01 EST 2013
PO.DAAC operation is in the process of deploying our next update to our portal search which is equipped with google-like search syntax including phase search. We are leveraging on the built-in support from Solr. Should we consider a DCP for this?
I won't be able to attend today's telecon due to another meeting conflict. Nga Chung will be dialing in.
On Feb 12, 2013, at 8:38 AM, Mattmann, Chris A (388J) wrote:
> Just an FYI, in Lucene/Solr they would satisfy this with the query:
> air temperature "air temperature"
> Which would match documents with either air, or temperature or both air
> and temperature appearing next to one another.
> On 2/12/13 5:07 AM, "Lynnes, Christopher S. (GSFC-6102)"
> <christopher.s.lynnes at nasa.gov> wrote:
>> On Feb 11, 2013, at 4:24 PM, Eric Rozell <rozele at rpi.edu> wrote:
>>> Hi Everyone,
>>> The next Discovery cluster telecon is tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb 12 at 4:00
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>>> € Status of RFC
>>> € Proposal for returning collection level data access points
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>> Got a late-breaking topic here:
>> Yoshiyuko Kudo pointed out to me that there is no standardization and
>> little support for phrase search, e.g., the phrase "air temperature".
>> This is a good canary-in-a-coal-mine phrase for our discipline because
>> "air" and "temperature" can coexist in many datasets that do not have
>> "air temperature", so even the logical AND is not enough.
>> So if we were to adopt this as a requirement in our convention: would
>> any search providers be unduly burdened by this requirement, or is it
>> just a matter of some extra configuration and indexing in the search
>> engines being used?
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