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Consider the query "+michael +jackson" not to return any hits because there's
no "michael" in index, but there is "jackson" (e.g. janet...). Is there any
reasonable approach how to determine whether one or multiple terms of a query
- and which - do let the query fail?

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Timo

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  • Lucene at Mar 5, 2004 at 1:40 pm

    On Thursday 04 March 2004 17:55, lucene@nitwit.de wrote:
    Consider the query "+michael +jackson" not to return any hits because
    there's no "michael" in index, but there is "jackson" (e.g. janet...). Is
    there any reasonable approach how to determine whether one or multiple
    terms of a query - and which - do let the query fail?
    In order to illustrate, google for "george buhs" - it will suggest "george
    bush".

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