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sol.

abbr.
1. soluble
2. solution
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Sol.

abbreviation for
1. (Law) Also: Solr solicitor
2. (Bible) Bible Solomon
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When an incipit query is posted to Solr, it is offloaded to the Monochord daemon for matching, which then returns a user-selectable number of result scores.
One of the advantages of using Solr is that many bibliographic systems, including many of the modern library discovery layers, use Solr/Lucene as the underlying layer for searching large bibliographic systems, many of which have over a billion records.
Owing to the lack of a well-defined thru standard in the proposed double-sided measurement method of SE TSV, our earlier works [15, 19] adopted a short-open-load-reciprocal (SOLR) calibration method to calibrate the vector network analyzer and the probes to ensure the S-parameter measurement accuracy.
Apache Solr, Apache OpenCMIS, Apache Maven and Apache Camel
Including chapters on tool applications, prototypes, interface analyses, proposals for analytic indicators, training environments, and XML, contributors discuss a new model for searching bibliographic information, a prototype for an OPAC that increases the user's interaction, the management of metadata tags in XML, integrating the Solr search engine into VuFind, the evolution of OPACs in Latin American countries towards 2.0 models, the possibilities of the semantic web, the difficulty of assessing the activity of users in Web 2.0, personal information management and Web 2.0, and education in the 2.0 environment.
"We're very pleased that Juan is staying fit and gaining tremendous experience training at the highest level at Stuttgart of the German Bundesliga and now Liverpool of the English Premiership," said Red Bulls sporting director Erik Solr.
He has also been co-writer with famous French singer Mc Solr.
The proposed system is developed using VoiceXML (VXML) (VoiceXML Tutorial, 2005), Apache open source search engine (Apache Solr) and Apache open source multimedia metadata extractor (Apache Tika) (Zitting, 2010).
GT Solar (SOLR), which recently expanded its facility in Salem, Mass., is expanding its headquarters in Merrimack, N.H., as well.
(NASDAQ: SOLR), a global provider of polysilicon production technology, and sapphire and silicon crystalline growth systems and materials for the solar, LED and other specialty markets, has received a contract for its advanced sapphire crystallization furnaces.