Elasticsearch - Suggest - Completion - Score on different inputs


(Fabian Köstring) #1

Hey there!

Is there a way to tell elasticsearch that an input of the completion type
should be scored differently than other?

Maybe somethings like this? (Just typed)

{

"name" : "Hotel Monaco",

"city" : "Munich",

"name_suggest" : {

"input" : [

"Monaco Munich" : {"score" : 1.0},

"Hotel Monaco" : {"score" : 0.8},

],

"output": "Hotel Monaco"

}

}

Thanks

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(georgi.mateev) #2

You can try to use weights

Am Donnerstag, 23. Januar 2014 12:20:30 UTC+1 schrieb Fabian Köstring:

Hey there!

Is there a way to tell elasticsearch that an input of the completion type
should be scored differently than other?

Maybe somethings like this? (Just typed)

{

"name" : "Hotel Monaco",

"city" : "Munich",

"name_suggest" : {

"input" : [

"Monaco Munich" : {"score" : 1.0},

"Hotel Monaco" : {"score" : 0.8},

],

"output": "Hotel Monaco"

}

}

Thanks

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(Alexander Reelsen) #3

Hey,

right now the weight only has impact for the output.

A possible workaround could be, that you use your own index for
suggestions. And create own documents with different weights, one for
"Monaco Munich", one for "Hotel Monaco" and then use payloads to refer to
the original entry in the index containing the documents. Still I am not
sure, if this completely covers your use-case. Maybe you can tell, what
exactly you want to do (or if this is sufficient).

--Alex

On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 9:29 PM, georgi.mateev@jobvector.com wrote:

You can try to use weights

Am Donnerstag, 23. Januar 2014 12:20:30 UTC+1 schrieb Fabian Köstring:

Hey there!

Is there a way to tell elasticsearch that an input of the completion type
should be scored differently than other?

Maybe somethings like this? (Just typed)

{

"name" : "Hotel Monaco",

"city" : "Munich",

"name_suggest" : {

"input" : [

"Monaco Munich" : {"score" : 1.0},

"Hotel Monaco" : {"score" : 0.8},

],

"output": "Hotel Monaco"

}

}

Thanks

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(system) #4