[greenstone-users] How does the indexing of paragraph work?

From kim.hsieh@utoronto.ca
DateSun, 6 Jul 2003 14:38:24 -0400
Subject [greenstone-users] How does the indexing of paragraph work?
HI,
I realize that for my collection of html files, there=92s no significan=
t=20
difference between section and paragraph indexing search. The only not=
iceable=20
difference is that the documents are returned in a different order. Ho=
wever,=20
if I do a Boolean search such as =93Java and C++=94, the paragraph sear=
ching=20
option is not necessarily giving priority to those paragraphs containin=
g both=20
words Java and C++ in the same paragraph.

Therefore, I am just wondering under what kind of situation will it be =
useful=20
to have paragraph indexing and searching? And we know that in order fo=
r=20
section searching to work, I need to have <section>=85</section> type o=
f tags=20
inserted in the html files. So are there some similar tags that we nee=
d to=20
insert into the html files, in order for paragraph indexing to work pro=
perly?
My last question is, how do we specify that we want paragraph level ind=
exing=20
in collect.cfg?=20
Is it like=20
index paragraph: text=20
=85.
collectionmeta .paragraph:text "paragraph"

Are these the 2 lines we ever need for paragraph indexing and searching=
in=20
collect.cfg?=20

Thanks for the help,
Kim Hsieh