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LINGUIST List 19.255

Mon Jan 21 2008

Software: Miner for Multidimensional Socio-Semantic Networks

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Message 1: Miner for Multidimensional Socio-Semantic Networks
Date: 21-Jan-2008
From: John Judge <johnjudgeie.ibm.com>
Subject: Miner for Multidimensional Socio-Semantic Networks
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Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the launch of LanguageWare Miner for
Multidimensional Socio-Semantic Networks as a publicly available alphaWorks
technology.

IBM LanguageWare Multi-dimensional Miner for Socio-Semantic Networks is a
Java library which provides functionalities to mine data from
multi-dimensional networks such as ontologies and social networks (or, more
generally, multidimensional networks of people, concepts and digital
artifacts) as well as traditional WordNet type thesauri. In addition to
these low level functionalities tied into the semantic-based miner allow
your applications to perform lexical analysis, context sensitive concept
disambiguation, keyword extraction and focus identification.

Software and documentation are available for download from
http://alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/galaxy

Regards,
John Judge
IBM LanguageWare

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                            Semantics



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