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Subject: Re: [regrep] Content-based Discovery v0.3

+1 on David's response.

David RR Webber - XMLGlobal wrote:

> Zack,
> This has come up before.  Relevancy is a subjective measure,
> and it seems better that such algorithms be external to the
> main registry specification - that can be applied post-retreival.
> However - we did discuss before a 'frequency tracking' measure
> that would say they often a piece of content had been accessed,
> and last accessed date/time.  Again this may or may not
> provide useful information since some content may occur in
> query results becuase of some very common word in the
> name or description.
> How critical this is right now could be debated.  IMHO we
> may want to wait off until we have larger sets of content we
> can use to determine how effective such strategies may be.
> DW.
> =====================================================
> Message text written by INTERNET:zack2@cris.com
> >
> Farrukh,
> Is it possible to embed relevancy attributes in  Content-Based Discovery?
> I
> was thinking that maybe a user would want to check multiple registries and
> analyze the results.  So registry 1 may say that an entry is 95% and
> registry 2 may say that the entry is 40%.  This would mean that the
> attributes would be transient.
> 2nd would it be possible to embed a "pitch" in the entry and evaluate the
> "pitch."
> zack<
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