[Monetdb-developers] Any efforts on using bitmap indices?

Bharani bharani_vms at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 2 14:59:34 CEST 2007


Hi,
The only comfort with lucene is the query syntax and the speed becuase of
inverted index ( might be faster in BAT but have to wait to compare the
performance). I will be happy to use it when it is available.


Thanks
Bharani


Arjen P. de Vries wrote:
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> We have this high on the wishlist, but had no time to do it yet.
> 
> The direction we expect to take is to make the underlying text indexing
> stuff 
> from PF/Tijah accessible from SQL.
> 
> Notice that we are not so much interested in creating another coupled
> architecture,
> but rather plan to do all FT query processing in plain MonetDB code.
> (We have named this approach a multi-model dbms architecture in the past)
> So, no integration with Lucene nor Postgres's engine.
> 
> Many greetings,
> 
> Arjen
> 
> | Thanks for the link, i didnt know MonetDB had fts support. However i am
> | looking for the full text search capability in the SQL. Something like
> | 
> | select * from table where column ='+include this text -but with out
> this'
> | so that we can combine the boolean text query along with the normal
> joins.
> | FastBit ( accorrding to the doc) has integrated this with MonetDB by
> | overriding the = operator. 
> | 
> | Thanks
> | Bharani
> 
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