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Knowledge Management through Content Interpretation

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Knowledge Management through Content Interpretation
The improved performance of computer-based text analysis represents a major step forward for knowledge management. Reliable text interpretation allows focus to be placed upon the content of documents, rather than just the document wrapping, and this helps to emphasise the fundamental difference between knowledge management and document management. It is not uncommon for companies who wish to join the KM band-wagon to re-package existing document management programs with a KM label, even if such programs offer little more than a hierarchical file system and simple key-word search to support content management. In this paper we present CognIT's "Corporum" text analysis technology that is able to extract automatically the essential context of a given piece of text, and compare it with other texts to test whether they contain any overlap in contextual relevance. Therefore the technology can underpin several key knowledge management areas, including advanced search and retri...
R. R. Jones, Bernt A. Bremdal, C. Spaggiari, F. Jo
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Year 2000
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Authors R. R. Jones, Bernt A. Bremdal, C. Spaggiari, F. Johansen, R. Engels
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