Hello, I want to build a RDF-based search engine and I want to use for this purpose at the first stage Lucene, Solr and SIREn. I assume I need also an inverted index etc.

Am I right? I look to forward to every hint.

P.S.: May be I need (also) Nutch? Whatever I don't know at the moment which one (Nutch/Solr) is the best one for RDF-based Web search....

asked 28 Jul '11, 06:25

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edited 28 Jul '11, 06:54


You can get plenty of inspiration from the papers written by the Sindice team. A good place to start is: “Sindice.com: A Document-oriented Lookup Index for Open Linked Data”. Renaud Delbru's publication page has a rather complete list.

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answered 28 Jul '11, 07:29

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Thanks. It seems to be a very interesting paper.

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