BUDI: Architecture for fuzzy search in documental repositories Information is growing everyday. Internet, governments, companies, etc., are storing continuously new information that is considered really important for their functions, therefore, the creation and improvement of search utilities are vital to maintain life a lot of organizations. Nowadays, meta-searchers are becoming a powerful tool to search information. Many underlying search en- gines can be encapsulated by a common interface in order to hide the system details from the user and offer a good service. In this work is presented the BUDI project. BUDI is a meta-searcher especially designed to manage fuzzy operations. Its architecture, especially the query representation structure, is designed for fuzzy operators (t-norms, t-conorms, etc.), linguistic variables from users, etc., so that it is possible to use this information in several algo- rithms belonging to different parts of the system: query expansion, ranking, clustering, etc.

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  1. Alonso, José M.; Magdalena, Luis; González-Rodríguez, Gil: Looking for a good fuzzy system interpretability index: an experimental approach (2009) ioport
  2. Serrano-Guerrero, Jesús; Romero, Francisco P.; Olivas, Jose A.; de la Mata, Javier; Soto, Andrés: BUDI: Architecture for fuzzy search in documental repositories (2009)