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The Knowledge Discovery Quest

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Surrounded by millions of bits of information, in today’s digital world we are on a knowledge discovery quest. On this quest semantic search is key. It helps us explore connections and gather information from seemingly disparate

Semantic Search: The Paradigm Shift from Results to Relationships

Relationships between keywords
“Sorry, no content matched your criteria” is probably one of the most frustrating messages we can get after a search in the times when more and more of the world’s information is supposed to be at our fingertips, seeming

Text, Data and the Roman Roads: Semantic Enrichment

What do you think is the common thread between the Great Roman Empire and your Great scientific research, journalistic report or financial analysis? In a word, it is interconnectedness. In a sentence, these are the paths tha

Text Mining to Triplestores – The Full Semantic Circle

Text mining in the cloud
In the not too distant past, analysts were all searching for a “360 degree view of their data”.  Most of the time this phrase referred to integrated RDBMS data, analytics interfaces and customers.  But with the onslaught of

Why are graph databases hot? Because they tell a story…

Graph databases store connections
Graph databases like GraphDB™ are popular for a variety of reasons. They make it easy to import data without creating complex schemas. They store relationships extracted from unstructured data. You can combine Linked Open Data w

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