#### Description

If you have two identical docs with tokens a b c all zero pos-incr (ie

they occur on the same position), and you run a MultiPhraseQuery with

[a, b] and [c] (all pos incr 0)... then the two docs will get

different scores despite being identical.

Admittedly it's a strange query... but I think the scorer ought to

count the phrase as having tf=1 for each doc.

The problem is that we are missing a tie-breaker for the PhraseQuery

used by ExactPhraseScorer, and so the PQ ends up flip/flopping such

that every other document gets the same score. Ie, even docIDs all

get one score and odd docIDs all get another score.

Once I added the hard tie-breaker (ord) the scores are the same.

However... there's a separate bug, that can over-count the tf, such

that if I create the MPQ like this:

mpq.add(new Term[] {new Term("field", "a")}, 0); mpq.add(new Term[] {new Term("field", "b"), new Term("field", "c")}, 0);

I get tf=2 per doc, but if I create it like this:

mpq.add(new Term[] {new Term("field", "b"), new Term("field", "c")}, 0); mpq.add(new Term[] {new Term("field", "a")}, 0);

I get tf=1 (which I think is correct?).

This happens because MultipleTermPositions freely returns the same

position more than once: it just unions the positions of the two

streams, so when both have their term at pos=0, you'll get pos=0

twice, which is not good and leads to over-counting tf.

Unfortunately, I don't see a performant way to fix that... and I'm not

sure that it really matters that much in practice.