Review: The Enterprise Search Report (31 Mar 2005)
There are three core features that make up all enterprise search systems. The first is the ability to sift through the words in a document, and then generate an index that a user can search. The second is administrative controls that allow you to adjust and tweak the system in terms of content, indexing speed, how relevancy is determined, and so on. The final component is log recording to capture various metrics on how the system is performing. Common metrics include the number of queries, most common queries, and number of results or “hits” found for each query.
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