>Le Sunday, April 27, 2008 6:44 PM [GMT+1=CET],
>Mark Davies <Mark_Davies at byu.edu> a écrit :
>> Most really large corpora that I'm aware of do use a relational
>> database architecture, including systems like IMS Corpus Workbench.
>The IMS Corpus Workbench software's architecture is based on
>specific indexing technics related to textual data processing and querying.
>Those techniques where described in the book :
>"Managing GigabytesCompressing and Indexing Documents and Images"
>De Ian H. Witten, Alistair Moffat, Timothy C. Bell, 1999, Morgan Kaufmann.
>No RDBMS system or architecture the-like was used and this can
>be seen from the source : http://cwb.sourceforge.net/
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