Powerful Search Engine designed for Document Management, Competitive Intelligence, Press Analysis and Text Mining, Web Mining, Knowledge Discovery, Strategic Watch...Has Report Writer, Web Spider, Publisher, more...
people are more willing to accept bad psychology explanations if they include irrelevant brain facts...neuroscience is especially effective as a rhetorical distractor...seductive details...unlimited jargon...reductionist & materialist explanations...
The Bush administration / the people who chose / The Perfect Bacon / the game went on / the media company / The Ducks won / the Stooges brought / the tough bake-sale squares / the best place to learn [paraphrased]
The Suggested Upper Merged Ontology (SUMO) and its domain ontologies form the largest formal public ontology in existence today. They are being used for research and applications in search, linguistics and reasoning. SUMO is the only formal ontology that
With this Web page, we are opening some aspects of hakia R&D to the view of our users. We undertook highly specific research tasks solely dedicated to the advancement of the core-competency in Web search. The main challenge is to make science work in a co
Semantic similarity, also called semantic relatedness or semantic closeness/proximity/nearness, is a concept whereby a set of documents or terms within term lists are assigned a metric based on the likeness of their meaning / semantic content.
As human language is a primary mode of knowledge transfer, a growing integration of language technology tools into semantic web applications is to be expected. Language technology tools will be essential in scaling up the semantic web by providing automat
What you speak may influence what you hear, a new study shows. People perceive different patterns in the same sound sequences depending on their native tongue, researchers have found. The short, first note of “Greensleeves” may sound naturally eleg
Here at Google Research we have been using word n-gram models for a variety of R&D projects, such as statistical machine translation, speech recognition, spelling correction, entity detection, information extraction, and others. While such models have usu
"Colorless green ideas sleep furiously" is a sentence composed by Noam Chomsky in 1957 as an example of a sentence whose grammar is correct but whose meaning is nonsensical. It was used to show inadequacy of the then-popular probabilistic models of gramma