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38 points by marcuslager 150 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 44 comments |
|Hi! According to my benchmark tests I've just built the fastest free-text search engine in the world . However, providing proof of that as well as making people care has proven to be a near impossible task. I could use some help from fellow programmers to both work on the formal proof but also to test this code against the Big5's offerings of full-text search.|
Would you care to go fetch an amount of common crawl data to test the abilities of ResinDB?
If not, then do you perhaps have another strategy to convince people when you have invented something big? Is writing papers and formally proving things a way into the market place? If so, how do you figure MongoDB overthrew it's previous market place ruler? It had no formal proof of anything. The market loved it though, for it's speed.
I would love for formal proof to be a success indicator. Diverting people from using Lucene/Elasticsearch would then be a breeze.
Why ResinDB? Because why use a cloud-based luxury cruiser when the most precise relevance, the fastest querying and most energy-aware choice is provided by using an on-premise kayaak. ResinDB on-premise, a word2vec search engine implementation, is the fastest (local) information retrieval system known to me. How about men?
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