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I'm sorry, I said something confusing there.
Let me try that last case again.

If you have three documents with a multivalue field named director
(represented here by ; separator)
1. "Jane M. Doe"
2. "Jane Smith"; "John Doe"
3. "John Doe"

And the user searched for director:"Jane Doe", I would ideally like 1.
to have the highest score and 2 and 3 to have nearly equal scores.
The experiments I've done so far have given 2. a score higher than 3.
because the terms Jane and Doe were found in document 2. even though
they were in separate instances of the multivalue field.

I hope this makes understanding my question better rather than worse. :)

Thanks,
Daniel
On 3/28/07, Daniel Einspanjer wrote:
<snip> but I need to make sure that "Jane Doe" wouldn't
match a document with two directors, "Jane Smith" and "John Doe" at
all.

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