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TeeJay (2309)

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Thursday November 21, 2002
05:16 AM

more on mysql fulltext searching

[ #9053 ]
Now that I have sussed maximum scores with mysql boolean search ( I think, they are very approximate ). I discover the actual scoring algorithm mysql use in the mysql mailinglist archive.

I haven't tested this, but it doesn't seem to bear much relation to the results I've had, so I am looking further into how the scoring works and can be improved by using extra fields, etc.

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