Terrier Sample Applications
There are several provided applications that come bundled with Terrier version 1.0.0.
This application allows Terrier to index and retrieve from standard TREC test collections. Terrier has been submitted to the TREC forum in years 2002 , 2003 [2, 3] and 2004 . The scripts for running Terrier for TREC in Linux are:
bin/trec_setup.sh, bin/trec_terrier.sh (Linux, Mac OS X) bin/trec_setup.bat, bin/trec_terrier.bat (Windows)
For more information you may refer to the instructions about indexing and retrieving from TREC test collections with Terrier.
This is an example of using Terrier in a desktop setting. This Swing (graphical) application can be used to index files from your local machine, and then perform queries on them. The scripts for running the desktop search application are:
desktop_search.sh (Linux, Mac OS X) desktop_search.bat (Windows)
More information about using Terrier Desktop Search can be found in the Terrier Desktop Search File.
If you have an index, and you would like to perform simple queries on it, then use interactive_terrier.sh which is a console application for performing queries and seeing which documents are returned. The scripts for running the interactive querying application are:
interactive_terrier.sh (Linux, Mac OS X) interactive_terrier.bat (Windows)
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