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CSCI 572 Homework 4: Adding Spell Checking and AutoComplete to Your Solr-based Search Engine solved

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In the previous document (SpellAndAutocompleteInSolr.pdf) you saw how to enhance the Solr
program with spelling correction and an autocomplete (suggest) function. In this exercise you are
asked to replace the existing Solr functionality for spelling correction and to enhance Solr’s
autocomplete functionality. In the case of spelling correction you will use an existing third-party
program adapted to your downloaded files. In the case of autocomplete you will need to enhance
your client program that communicates with Solr to deliver autocomplete suggestionsto the web
interface you created in homework #3.
Description of the Exercise
Spelling Correction: in the class lecture you saw a complete spelling correction program
developed by Peter Norvig. The program was written in Python. For this exercise you are
welcome to use whatever third party spelling program you wish, or you may even write your
own. Since most of you wrote your homework #3 client using PhP, you may want to adopt a
version of Norvig’s spelling program written in PhP. You can download the PhP version of Norvig’s
spelling corrector from here:
http://www.phpclasses.org/package/4859-PHP-Suggest-corrected-spelling-text-in-pure-PHP.html#download
(you will have to register at the site before being able to download the software, registration is free)
If you prefer to use Norvig’s program in a different language, a wide variety of implementations
can be found at the bottom of this page, http://norvig.com/spell-correct.html
Autocomplete: for the autocomplete portion of the exercise, you will first have to modify Solr to
enable the suggest functionality. Next, you will have to modify your client program so it accepts
single character insertions to the text box, and returns a list of completions/suggestions. You
should also consider enhancing Solr’s suggest feature with a set of terms that are likely to be
entered for the particular USC school that you crawled.
Submission Instructions
There should be a report describing what you have done. This report should include:
1. Steps you followed to complete this assignment. Include the details of what tools and
techniques you used to implement spelling correction and autocomplete.
2. Analysis of the results: In this you should provide examples of misspelled terms that are
correctly handled by your spelling correction program. You should also provide some examples
of autocompletion.
3. Using the submit command you should provide a single .zip (CSCI572_HW4.zip) file which
contain the following files
● the external spelling correction program that was used
● all source code that you wrote, most especially the code implementing the autocomplete
functionality.
You are required to submit your results electronically to the csci572 account on SCF so that it can
be graded. To submit your file electronically, enter the following command from your Unix
prompt:
Submit -user csci572 -tag hw4 CSCI572_HW4.zip