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Full Text Search of Dialogues with Apache Lucene: A Tutorial

by Doug Sparling

Apache Lucene is a powerful Java library used for implementing full-text search on a corpus of text. With its wide array of configuration options and customizability, it is possible to tune Apache Lucene specifically to the corpus at hand - improving both search quality and query capability. This article gives us a glimpse of the simplicity and ease of customization of the Apache Lucene analysis pipeline.

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Elasticsearch for Ruby on Rails: A Tutorial to the Chewy Gem

by Arkadiy Zabazhanov

Elasticsearch provides a powerful, scalable tool for indexing and querying massive amounts of structured data, built on top of the Apache Lucene library. Building on the foundation of Elasticsearch and the Elasticsearch-Ruby client, we've developed and released our own improvement (and simplification) of the Elasticsearch application search architecture that also provides tighter integration with Rails. We've packaged it as a Ruby gem named Chewy. This post discusses how we accomplished this, including the technical obstacles that emerged during implementation.

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