I am fairly new to Elasticsearch and it's worked brilliantly so far.
I'm stuck in this issue of singular and plural terms, and have done quite a
bit of research on it too.... and everyone's talking "stemmers",
"snowball", "kstem" etc...
From what I understand... if I have stemmer analyzer on a term, I would
have something like:
term => stem
"knock" => "knock"
"knocker" => "knock"
"knocked" => "knock"
"knocking" => "knock"
Therefore, if someone searched for "knock", they would see results with
"knocked", "knocking" etc...
Now I can achieve that with nGrams anyway.
What I'm trying to is the opposite.
I want someone to be able to type "knocking"... and still find "knocker",
In my particular use case, I want someone to be able to type "fridges" and
still find "fridge"
How do I achieve this? Can I attached some sort of a stemmer on to the
Any help will be great.
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