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Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT #2

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sjiya commented Jul 2, 2016

I am trying to install mias using following command
$mvn install
but it is giving me the following error
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal on project MIaS: Could not resolve dependencies for project cz.muni.fi.mias:MIaS:jar:1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT

please help me.

sharraf@gmail.com

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Hi,

in fact you need 5 components build in correct order. This should work for your:

Clone and build MathML Canonicalizer

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan.git'
$ cd MathMLCan/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MathML Unificator

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLUnificator.git'
$ cd MathMLUnificator/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS Math

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaSMath.git'
$ cd MIaSMath/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaS.git'
$ cd MIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build WebMIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/WebMIaS.git'
$ cd WebMIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Now you are done with all the components ready:

$ ls -1 */target/*-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLCan/target/mathml-canonicalizer-1.3.1-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLUnificator/target/mathml-unificator-1.1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaSMath/target/miasmath-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaS/target/MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
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michal-ruzicka commented Jul 3, 2016

Hi,

in fact you need 5 components build in correct order. This should work for your:

Clone and build MathML Canonicalizer

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan.git'
$ cd MathMLCan/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MathML Unificator

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLUnificator.git'
$ cd MathMLUnificator/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS Math

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaSMath.git'
$ cd MIaSMath/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaS.git'
$ cd MIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build WebMIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/WebMIaS.git'
$ cd WebMIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Now you are done with all the components ready:

$ ls -1 */target/*-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLCan/target/mathml-canonicalizer-1.3.1-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLUnificator/target/mathml-unificator-1.1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaSMath/target/miasmath-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaS/target/MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
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Thanks for help.
problem is solved.

sjiya commented Jul 5, 2016

Thanks for help.
problem is solved.

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Thank you for helping me to install MIaS completely. Now I am trying to
make an index of "MREC2011.3.324" directory using following command;

java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -add
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

but it is giving me the help in output

usage: MIaS
-add <input_path> <root_dir> where root_dir is an absolute
path to a directory in the
input_path to determine the
relative path that the files will
be indexed with
-conf Path to indexing configuration
file.
-delete <dir_or_file> Deletes file(s) from index.
-deleteindex Deletes the index.
-indocprocess <input_path> <root_dir> where root_dir is an absolute
path to a directory in the
input_path. Processes math
formulae and inserts M-terms into
documents created under root_dir.
-optimize Optimizes the index for maximum
searching performance.
-overwrite <input_path> <root_dir> Overwrites existing index
-stats Prints statistics about index.

what should I do for creating index? what about mias.to http://mias.to
file and where should I locate it?

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Hi,

in fact you need 5 components build in correct order. This should work
for your:

Clone and build MathML Canonicalizer

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan.git'
$ cd MathMLCan/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MathML Unificator

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLUnificator.git'
$ cd MathMLUnificator/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS Math

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaSMath.git'
$ cd MIaSMath/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaS.git'
$ cd MIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build WebMIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/WebMIaS.git'
$ cd WebMIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Now you are done with all the components ready:

$ ls -1 /target/-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLCan/target/mathml-canonicalizer-1.3.1-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLUnificator/target/mathml-unificator-1.1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaSMath/target/miasmath-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
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sjiya commented Jul 11, 2016

Thank you for helping me to install MIaS completely. Now I am trying to
make an index of "MREC2011.3.324" directory using following command;

java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -add
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

but it is giving me the help in output

usage: MIaS
-add <input_path> <root_dir> where root_dir is an absolute
path to a directory in the
input_path to determine the
relative path that the files will
be indexed with
-conf Path to indexing configuration
file.
-delete <dir_or_file> Deletes file(s) from index.
-deleteindex Deletes the index.
-indocprocess <input_path> <root_dir> where root_dir is an absolute
path to a directory in the
input_path. Processes math
formulae and inserts M-terms into
documents created under root_dir.
-optimize Optimizes the index for maximum
searching performance.
-overwrite <input_path> <root_dir> Overwrites existing index
-stats Prints statistics about index.

what should I do for creating index? what about mias.to http://mias.to
file and where should I locate it?

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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wrote:

Hi,

in fact you need 5 components build in correct order. This should work
for your:

Clone and build MathML Canonicalizer

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan.git'
$ cd MathMLCan/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MathML Unificator

$ git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLUnificator.git'
$ cd MathMLUnificator/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS Math

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaSMath.git'
$ cd MIaSMath/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build MIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/MIaS.git'
$ cd MIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Clone and build WebMIaS

$ git clone 'https://github.com/martinliska/WebMIaS.git'
$ cd WebMIaS/
$ git checkout master
$ mvn clean install
$ cd ..

Now you are done with all the components ready:

$ ls -1 /target/-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLCan/target/mathml-canonicalizer-1.3.1-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MathMLUnificator/target/mathml-unificator-1.1.0-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaSMath/target/miasmath-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar
MIaS/target/MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar


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Dear Sharaf,

sorry for the troubles. The info in README.txt is a little out-of-date. Will update it right away.

You need to specify -conf option with a path to the main configuration file. mias.to is no longer used for this. The path is specified directly on the command line. So your command line should look like this
java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -conf /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/mias.properties -add /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

Thanks

Martin

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Dear Sharaf,

sorry for the troubles. The info in README.txt is a little out-of-date. Will update it right away.

You need to specify -conf option with a path to the main configuration file. mias.to is no longer used for this. The path is specified directly on the command line. So your command line should look like this
java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -conf /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/mias.properties -add /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

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Dear Martin,
Thanks for the information. now the index is made but I have two questions,

  1. can print the index? if yes, then how?
  2. how can I run the query and search from the index? what command and
    format is available?

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Dear Sharaf,

sorry for the troubles. The info in README.txt is a little out-of-date.
Will update it right away.

You need to specify -conf option with a path to the main configuration
file. mias.to is no longer used for this. The path is specified directly
on the command line. So your command line should look like this
java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -conf
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/mias.properties -add
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

Thanks

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sjiya commented Jul 20, 2016

Dear Martin,
Thanks for the information. now the index is made but I have two questions,

  1. can print the index? if yes, then how?
  2. how can I run the query and search from the index? what command and
    format is available?

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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wrote:

Dear Sharaf,

sorry for the troubles. The info in README.txt is a little out-of-date.
Will update it right away.

You need to specify -conf option with a path to the main configuration
file. mias.to is no longer used for this. The path is specified directly
on the command line. So your command line should look like this
java -jar MIaS-1.6.4-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar -conf
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/mias.properties -add
/home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/MREC2011.3.324/ /home/sharaf/Data_MIaS/index/

Thanks

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 1. can print the index? if yes, then how?

The index is the Lucene one. You can use any tool available for the Lucene index. To be hones, I do not have any favourite tool. How about Luke?

If you will find any better tool do not hesitate to post link here.

 2. how can I run the query and search from the index? what command and format is available?

You can integrate you own tool using MIaS search functionality.

However, for testing it is far more convenient to use WebMIaS – web search interface accepting mixed text and math queries (math in MathML or TeX notation). Simply set index name and paths and deploy the WebMIaS on Tomcat server.

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 1. can print the index? if yes, then how?

The index is the Lucene one. You can use any tool available for the Lucene index. To be hones, I do not have any favourite tool. How about Luke?

If you will find any better tool do not hesitate to post link here.

 2. how can I run the query and search from the index? what command and format is available?

You can integrate you own tool using MIaS search functionality.

However, for testing it is far more convenient to use WebMIaS – web search interface accepting mixed text and math queries (math in MathML or TeX notation). Simply set index name and paths and deploy the WebMIaS on Tomcat server.

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@sjiya BTW, you are just trying MIaS or you are interested in development / comparison with your own system / deployment of MIaS somewhere / ...?

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Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.
I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques. I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the results.

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.
I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques. I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the results.

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Hi,

Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.
Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.
Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

Thanks, now luke is working fine.

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system
based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am working on CMML and using context trees (
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.12.9907 ) for
indexing.

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the
results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.

I am just finalizing the paper related related to my technique.

Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Yes, I know about NTCIR MathIR and will must target when my system is
ready.

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller, larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

Thanks, now luke is working fine.

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system
based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am working on CMML and using context trees (
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.12.9907 ) for
indexing.

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the
results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.

I am just finalizing the paper related related to my technique.

Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Yes, I know about NTCIR MathIR and will must target when my system is
ready.

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
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OK, thanks. --mr

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Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller,
larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

Thanks, now luke is working fine.

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system
based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently
than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am working on CMML and using context trees (
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.12.9907 ) for
indexing.

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the
results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.

I am just finalizing the paper related related to my technique.

Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Yes, I know about NTCIR MathIR and will must target when my system is
ready.

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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OK, thanks. --mr

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Dne 27.7.2016 v 9:37 sjiya napsal(a):

Dear Ruzicka,
Luke is not able to open MIaS inde., I have tried on smaller,
larger and
other different size indexes on different format.

you have to use the right version of Luke corresponding with Lucene
version used by MIaS as index format is incompatible otherwise. This
works for me:

$ git clone 'https://github.com/DmitryKey/luke.git' luke.git
$ cd luke.git
$ git checkout luke-4.10.4
$ mvn clean install
$ java -jar target/luke-with-deps.jar

Thanks, now luke is working fine.

I am developing my own Mathematical Information Retrieval(MIR) system
based
on tree structure, I have done few experiments and found that tree like
structure techniques index and retrieved documents more efficiently
than
other indexing techniques.

Do you work on (Presentation and/or Content?) MathML XML trees?

I am working on CMML and using context trees (
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.12.9907 ) for
indexing.

I am also exploring various developing
techniques for MIR, like MIaS techniques and trying to compare the
results.

Very interesting. Do you have published a paper on you technique? Our
group would be very interesting in getting more info about your method.

I am just finalizing the paper related related to my technique.

Do you know the NTCIR MathIR (http://ntcir-math.nii.ac.jp/)?

Yes, I know about NTCIR MathIR and will must target when my system is
ready.

Thanks,
Michal

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

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Hello Sir,

I am able to build only MathMLCan and MathML Unifactor. When I am trying to build MIaS Math and others then it shows following error:

Could not resolve dependencies for project cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.6-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mir:mathml-canonicalizer:jar:1.4.0-SNAPSHOT.

Please help me out.

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Hello Sir,

I am able to build only MathMLCan and MathML Unifactor. When I am trying to build MIaS Math and others then it shows following error:

Could not resolve dependencies for project cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.6-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mir:mathml-canonicalizer:jar:1.4.0-SNAPSHOT.

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Hi, @pathakamarnath, you have to build all the tool the right order. See the second comment.

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Hi, @pathakamarnath, you have to build all the tool the right order. See the second comment.

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Sir I am building them in correct order as given in second comment but when I am trying to clone and build the third one i.e. MIaS Math then it starts showing the error:
Could not resolve dependencies for project cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.6-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mir:mathml-canonicalizer:jar:1.4.0-SNAPSHOT.

Please help me out.

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Sir I am building them in correct order as given in second comment but when I am trying to clone and build the third one i.e. MIaS Math then it starts showing the error:
Could not resolve dependencies for project cz.muni.fi.mias:miasmath:jar:1.6.6-4.10.4-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact cz.muni.fi.mir:mathml-canonicalizer:jar:1.4.0-SNAPSHOT.

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@pathakamarnath Sorry, I see the problem now. The MIaS Math version you are using references a development snapshot of the MathML Canonicalizer. You have to switch to the develop branch of MathML Canonicalizer when building it. It will produce the 1.4.0-SNAPSHOT version the MIaS Math needs.

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@pathakamarnath Sorry, I see the problem now. The MIaS Math version you are using references a development snapshot of the MathML Canonicalizer. You have to switch to the develop branch of MathML Canonicalizer when building it. It will produce the 1.4.0-SNAPSHOT version the MIaS Math needs.

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Sir could you please elaborate. As instructed by you I just tried
git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan/tree/develop'
but even this doesn't work.

And thank you so much Sir for your valuable comment.

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Sir could you please elaborate. As instructed by you I just tried
git clone 'https://github.com/michal-ruzicka/MathMLCan/tree/develop'
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And thank you so much Sir for your valuable comment.

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@pathakamarnath The URL is not for cloning. You have to learn to use Git: https://git-scm.com/doc

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@pathakamarnath The URL is not for cloning. You have to learn to use Git: https://git-scm.com/doc

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@sjiya Sir even I am also running it on Ubuntu.

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@sjiya Sir even I am also running it on Ubuntu.

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@sjiya Dear Sharaf Hussain, cmml should be part of the indexed data as long as they are part of the MathML tree of the input formulae. No special action is required. You can inspect contents of the Lucene index using Luke, for example.

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@sjiya Dear Sharaf Hussain, cmml should be part of the indexed data as long as they are part of the MathML tree of the input formulae. No special action is required. You can inspect contents of the Lucene index using Luke, for example.

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@sjiya I am afraid the attachment was not delivered when send to when sent to the GitHub system.

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@sjiya Ok, let's keep our discussion documented on GitHub:

I have received your e-mail with sample file exp2cmml.zip asking for help with CMML indexing.

Before I managed to look at it (very sorry, I am working on another short term project with high priority now) you sent me another message:

Dear Ruzicka,
CMML indexing is running. Can you provide me the executable file for searching results from
index? because executable searching java file is not available in the code.

Regards,
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So CMML indexing is finally running on your site (what was the problem, by the way? it should be working out-of-the-box).

Searching: For search you can use separate Java web application – WebMIaS. Is is a web interface. Just point it out to your index (in src/main/resources/cz/muni/fi/webmias/indexes.properties) and deploy to Apache Tomcat, for example. You can try our on-line demo.

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@sjiya Ok, let's keep our discussion documented on GitHub:

I have received your e-mail with sample file exp2cmml.zip asking for help with CMML indexing.

Before I managed to look at it (very sorry, I am working on another short term project with high priority now) you sent me another message:

Dear Ruzicka,
CMML indexing is running. Can you provide me the executable file for searching results from
index? because executable searching java file is not available in the code.

Regards,
Sharaf Hussain

So CMML indexing is finally running on your site (what was the problem, by the way? it should be working out-of-the-box).

Searching: For search you can use separate Java web application – WebMIaS. Is is a web interface. Just point it out to your index (in src/main/resources/cz/muni/fi/webmias/indexes.properties) and deploy to Apache Tomcat, for example. You can try our on-line demo.

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but unable to get the meaning of first option INDEX_NAMES=DEV, can you please explain it?

It's simply an index name shown in ‘Search in:’ index selection menu of WebMIaS. Feel free use arbitrary value describing the index for your, for example ‘my-cmml-index’.

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but unable to get the meaning of first option INDEX_NAMES=DEV, can you please explain it?

It's simply an index name shown in ‘Search in:’ index selection menu of WebMIaS. Feel free use arbitrary value describing the index for your, for example ‘my-cmml-index’.

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Dear @sjiya, the dataset is available at NTCIR Math IR website.

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Dear @sjiya, the dataset is available at NTCIR Math IR website.

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@sjiya NTCIR-12 used the same dataset as NTCIR-11, i.e. the correct link for you is http://research.nii.ac.jp/ntcir/permission/ntcir-11/perm-en-MATH.html.

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@sjiya NTCIR-12 used the same dataset as NTCIR-11, i.e. the correct link for you is http://research.nii.ac.jp/ntcir/permission/ntcir-11/perm-en-MATH.html.

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@sjiya I provided you with correct link. The collection is available against NDA for research purpose only. The application can be filled in at http://www.nii.ac.jp/dsc/idr/en/ntcir/ntcir.html that is referenced from the URL I provided you.

I am afraid I am unable to help you more with the exact procedure. It is very long time we were asking for the data. I do not know the current procedure. Ask NTCIR team for help if you encounter any difficulties.

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@sjiya I provided you with correct link. The collection is available against NDA for research purpose only. The application can be filled in at http://www.nii.ac.jp/dsc/idr/en/ntcir/ntcir.html that is referenced from the URL I provided you.

I am afraid I am unable to help you more with the exact procedure. It is very long time we were asking for the data. I do not know the current procedure. Ask NTCIR team for help if you encounter any difficulties.

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