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Re: xml search engine?

  • From: "KenNorth" <KenNorth@e...>
  • To: "Dongwook Shin" <dwshin@n...>, "Walter Underwood" <wunder@i...>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2000 13:05:37 -0700

xml search algorithm
> But it totally depends on what kind of stemming algorithms
> you use. For instance, National Library of Medicine does not
> rely on a simple stemming algorithm, but usually develop more
> accurate ones. A simple stemmer do not work for the complicated
> medical terms.

NLM's MeSH is conceptually similar to HTML META tags, but it's a mature
domain vocabulary and not just keyword indexing. MeSH predates HTML and XML,
so NLM's conversion to XML had to solve the problem of migrating to XML with
an existing domain vocabulary.

How does NLM uses MeSH with the databases it's converting to XML?

================== Ken North =============================
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