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Duy Dinh
/*
 * IRToolkit - Information Retrieval Toolkit
 * Webpage: http://www.irit.fr/~Duy.Dinh/tools/irtoolkit
 * Contact: irtoolkit{at}irit{dot}fr
 * University of Toulouse - Institute for Research in Informatics of Toulouse
 * http://www.irit.fr/
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 * The Original Code is Copyright (C) 2011-2012 the University of Toulouse.
 * All Rights Reserved.
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 * Contributor(s):
 *   Duy Dinh <dinh{at}irit{dot}fr> (original author)
 */

Welcome to IRToolkit!

IRToolkit is an attempt to build and develop a generic search engine that integrates state-of-the-art Information

Retrieval (IR) models. Furthermore, it offers a capability to compare the performance (in terms of precision, recall,

index size, search response time and so on) between several open source IR applications.

FAQ:

How to run IRToolkit from a terminal?
How to run IRToolkit from Eclipse?
How to run IRToolkit from Netbeans?
How to run IRToolkit from a terminal?

The command line to run IRToolkit from a terminal is:

    $sh IRToolkit.sh

or    java -Djava.library.path=app/lemur -jar IRToolkit-1.0.jar

How to run IRToolkit from Eclipse?

* Create a new Java project with Eclipse

* Copy src, lib folders and .classpath file into the project directory in current workspace

* Select the main class namely IRToolkitApp.java and run it as a Java application (Ctrl+F11) with the following Java VM argument:

-Djava.library.path=project_path/app/lemur

How to run IRToolkit from NetBeans?

* Create a new Java project with NetBeans

* Copy src, lib folders and .classpath file into the project directory in current workspace. If there is any problem related to .jar libraries, add .jar files as external libraries should fix the problem.

* Select the main class namely IRToolkitApp.java and run it as a Java application (Shift + F6) or run project (F6) by specifiying the main class with the following Java VM argument:

-Djava.library.path=project_path/app/lemur

For more information about IRToolkit, please check information at our website: http://www.irit.fr/~Duy.Dinh/tools/irtoolkit
or from the sourceforge site: http://sourceforge.net/p/irtoolkit/discussion/

If you wish to contribute to the development of the IRToolkit, please send email to the coordinator(s) of this project.

Finally, enjoy Research and Development with IRToolkit!


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