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How to Access Your Library Book Collections Using Solr

06.12.2012
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 The above presentation will cover how Bibliotheca Alexandrina uses Solr to implement full text indexing and searching across the entire collection, faceting, search within the content of a book and result highlighting and techniques used for personalization.

Do you have a large collection of text content that you want to search? Facing challenges on how to facet after performing a full text search across metadata and content? Do you want to use Solr with personalization? Bibliotheca Alexandrina provides public access to digitized book collections that exceed 220,000 books, through a web-based search and browsing facility. The facility is completely built on Solr in five different languages. The website provides full text morphological search within the books’ metadata and content with result highlighting. Different personalization features like annotation tools and tagging are also implemented using Solr. This presentation will cover how Bibliotheca Alexandrina uses Solr to implement full text indexing and searching across the entire collection, faceting, search within the content of a book and result highlighting and techniques used for personalization.

 

 

 

 

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