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vector space model..... r_kalita
can anybody let me know what exactly is the vector space model of query.........
thank you in advance for taking time to reply me..
Where did you see the phrase used, in what context?
My first un-educated guess is that it has something to do with the way words are combined to form phrases.
ask google for "vector space model query"
and you will find a lot of papers
Might be a good idea to ask google: what's the vector space model of query [ google.com] ... ;) h_b_k, didn't see your reply. However, now there's even a link to the query. ;) TheDave
Ok my first guess was a fair way off. I'm reading things well beyond my 1:45am brain :P Alcogooglic
The model creates a space in which query is represented by m-dimensional vector, where m is the number of unique terms in the query and the length of m-th component of the vector is associated with the term frequency in the query. Then, a vector similarity function, such as the inner product, is used to compute the relevance between the query and a document in Goo index. juniperwasting
Thank you for posting such an interesting question. I have now even more brain food for this evening.