DB2 Text Search, Part 2, Understanding linguistic processing for full text search in DB2

When is a document included in a search result?

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Marion Behnen

Date archived: February 24, 2017 | First published: June 17, 2010

DB2 Text Search enables full text search on structured and unstructured data stored in a DB2® database. It uses linguistic processing to determine the result set of a full text-search query. This article provides an overview of the document analysis process and the treatment of various linguistic properties for text index updates, as well as an introduction to some intricacies of query syntax and semantics and their impact on query execution results.

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