Wednesday 30th April, 2014
9:30am to 10:15am
The United States Patent and Trademark Office wanted a simple, lightweight, yet modern and rich discovery interface for Chinese patent data. This is the story of the Global Patent Search Network, the next generation multilingual search platform for the USPTO.
GPSN, http://gpsn.uspto.gov, was the first public application deployed in the cloud, and allowed a very small development team to build a discovery interface across millions of patents.
This case study will cover:
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Solr/Lucene Search guy
Fascinated by the “craft” of software development, Eric Pugh has been heavily involved in the open source world as a developer, committer, and user for the past 5 years. He is an emeritus member of the Apache Software Foundation and lately has been mulling over how we move from the read/write web to the data web. In biotech, financial services and defense IT, he has helped European and American companies develop coherent strategies for embracing open source software. Eric became involved in Solr when he submitted the patch SOLR-284 for Parsing Rich Document types such as PDF and MS Office formats that became the single most popular patch as measured by votes!
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