Sessions at PyCon US 2012 about Search

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Sunday 11th March 2012

  • Building A Python-Based Search Engine

    by Daniel Lindsley

    Search is an increasingly common request in all types of applications as the amount of data all of us deal with continues to grow. The technology/architecture behind search engines is wildly different from what many developers expect. This talk will give a solid grounding in the fundamentals of providing search using Python to flesh out these concepts in a simple library.

    • Core concepts
    • Terminology
    • Document-based
    • Show basic starting code for a document
    • Inverted Index
    • Show a simple inverted index class
    • Stemming
    • N-gram
    • Show a tokenizer/n-gram processor
    • Fields
    • Show a document handler which ties it all together
    • Searching
    • Show a simple searcher (& the whole thing working together)
    • Faceting (likely no demo)
    • Boost (likely no demo)
    • More Like This
    • Wrap up

    At 1:30pm to 2:10pm, Sunday 11th March

    In E3, Santa Clara Convention Center

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