Lucene.Net
3.0.3
Lucene.Net is a .NET port of the Java Lucene Indexing Library

A ScorerDocQueue maintains a partial ordering of its Scorers such that the least Scorer can always be found in constant time. Put()'s and pop()'s require log(size) time. The ordering is by Scorer.doc(). More...
Public Member Functions  
ScorerDocQueue (int maxSize)  
Create a ScorerDocQueue with a maximum size.  
void  Put (Scorer scorer) 
Adds a Scorer to a ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time. If one tries to add more Scorers than maxSize a RuntimeException (ArrayIndexOutOfBound) is thrown.  
virtual bool  Insert (Scorer scorer) 
Adds a Scorer to the ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time if either the ScorerDocQueue is not full, or not lessThan(scorer, top()).  
Scorer  Top () 
Returns the least Scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in constant time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.  
int  TopDoc () 
Returns document number of the least Scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in constant time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.  
float  TopScore () 
bool  TopNextAndAdjustElsePop () 
bool  TopSkipToAndAdjustElsePop (int target) 
Scorer  Pop () 
Removes and returns the least scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.  
void  AdjustTop () 
Should be called when the scorer at top changes doc() value. Still log(n) worst case, but it's at least twice as fast to { pq.top().change(); pq.adjustTop(); } instead of { o = pq.pop(); o.change(); pq.push(o); }  
int  Size () 
Returns the number of scorers currently stored in the ScorerDocQueue.  
void  Clear () 
Removes all entries from the ScorerDocQueue.  
A ScorerDocQueue maintains a partial ordering of its Scorers such that the least Scorer can always be found in constant time. Put()'s and pop()'s require log(size) time. The ordering is by Scorer.doc().
Definition at line 32 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.ScorerDocQueue  (  int  maxSize  ) 
Create a ScorerDocQueue with a maximum size.
Definition at line 77 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
void Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.AdjustTop  (  ) 
Should be called when the scorer at top changes doc() value. Still log(n) worst case, but it's at least twice as fast to { pq.top().change(); pq.adjustTop(); }
instead of { o = pq.pop(); o.change(); pq.push(o); }
Definition at line 212 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
void Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.Clear  (  ) 
Removes all entries from the ScorerDocQueue.
Definition at line 226 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.

virtual 
Adds a Scorer to the ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time if either the ScorerDocQueue is not full, or not lessThan(scorer, top()).
scorer 
Definition at line 105 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
Scorer Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.Pop  (  ) 
Removes and returns the least scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.
Definition at line 186 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
void Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.Put  (  Scorer  scorer  ) 
Adds a Scorer to a ScorerDocQueue in log(size) time. If one tries to add more Scorers than maxSize a RuntimeException (ArrayIndexOutOfBound) is thrown.
Definition at line 91 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
int Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.Size  (  ) 
Returns the number of scorers currently stored in the ScorerDocQueue.
Definition at line 220 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
Scorer Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.Top  (  ) 
Returns the least Scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in constant time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.
Definition at line 132 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
int Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.TopDoc  (  ) 
Returns document number of the least Scorer of the ScorerDocQueue in constant time. Should not be used when the queue is empty.
Definition at line 142 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
bool Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.TopNextAndAdjustElsePop  (  ) 
Definition at line 154 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
float Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.TopScore  (  ) 
Definition at line 148 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.
bool Lucene.Net.Util.ScorerDocQueue.TopSkipToAndAdjustElsePop  (  int  target  ) 
Definition at line 159 of file ScorerDocQueue.cs.