Aperture is a Java framework for extracting and querying full-text content and metadata from various information systems (file systems, web sites, mail boxes, ...) and the file formats (documents, images, ...) occurring in these systems.
A Java-based powerful disk usage utility. It outputs a table and a tree (both can be sorted). TinyScan is able to export the result to Excel, Access, MySQL and it can also scan remote computers. It is free and open source.
The goal of DynaQ is to develop an inquiry system to explore the personal information space, supporting you with the searching paradigm 'orienteering'. Think of DynaQ as a desktop search engine with enhanced usability for file, email and blog search.
Enable your academic documents on your hard-drive to be searched using an automated solution with limited user-intervention. All this is done in a non-intrusive manner, ensuring your files are not moved.
BMW (Bags of Multiple Words) is a project based in Lucene 2.0. that try to work with the query-term dependency. BMW offer a simple method that can be applied to several standard ranking functions to exploit a simple type of term dependency.
Didaskon will deliver a framework for assembling a curriculum from existing learning objects provided by e-Learning services. The selection of learning objects will be based on the semantically annotated specification of the user's current skills.
I AM File Indexing can index files in given folders and make the content search able. Written in pure java it is meant for people who need very basic web-site search or multiple files search capability for their java applications.
Dirichlet is an FTP Search Engine based on Java Technology. It can be easily distributed on normal server.