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Lucene example source code file (Judge.java)

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io, judge, judge, printwriter, printwriter, qualityquery, qualityquery

The Lucene Judge.java source code

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package org.apache.lucene.benchmark.quality;

import java.io.PrintWriter;

 * Judge if a document is relevant for a quality query.
public interface Judge {

   * Judge if document <code>docName is relevant for the given quality query.
   * @param docName name of doc tested for relevancy.
   * @param query tested quality query. 
   * @return true if relevant, false if not.
  public boolean isRelevant(String docName, QualityQuery query);

   * Validate that queries and this Judge match each other.
   * To be perfectly valid, this Judge must have some data for each and every 
   * input quality query, and must not have any data on any other quality query.  
   * <b>Note: the quality benchmark run would not fail in case of imperfect
   * validity, just a warning message would be logged.  
   * @param qq quality queries to be validated.
   * @param logger if not null, validation issues are logged.
   * @return true if perfectly valid, false if not.
  public boolean validateData (QualityQuery qq[], PrintWriter logger);
   * Return the maximal recall for the input quality query. 
   * It is the number of relevant docs this Judge "knows" for the query. 
   * @param query the query whose maximal recall is needed.
  public int maxRecall (QualityQuery query);


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