NumDistinctWordFactor -- gives more score to documents having more distinct words



NumDistinctWordFactor {number}

The number parameter is a number between 0 and 255, defining to what extent the number of distinct found words in a document affects its final score.

The default value is 255.

255 means maximum effect, 0 means that the number of distinct words does not affect the final score.

NumDistinctWordFactor has effect only when searching for any word using the m=any search parameter. Search query consisting of multiple words will give more score to the documents containing all of the search query words and less score to the documents having only some of the words.


NumDistinctWordFactor 100

See also

DocSizeWeight IDFFactor MinCoordFactor NumWordFactor WordDensityFactor WordFormFactor