Searchable words on the Web

@article{Williams2003SearchableWO,
  title={Searchable words on the Web},
  author={Hugh E. Williams and Justin Zobel},
  journal={International Journal on Digital Libraries},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={99-105}
}
In designing data structures for text databases, it is valuable to know how many different words are likely to be encountered in a particular collection. For example, vocabulary accumulation is central to index construction for text database systems; it is useful to be able to estimate the space requirements and performance characteristics of the main-memory data structures used for this task. However, it is not clear how many distinct words will be found in a text collection or whether new… CONTINUE READING
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