Distributed Sources

Combining information from distributed sources

Are you planning to build a knowledge center for corporate information? The number of different information sources that should be included can be very large, ranging from central file servers, user PCs, e-mail archives (including attachments) - all spread across the corporate network - to external Web sites and Internet search results. This entire mass of information is then merged into a single ordered document collection.

The spider agents within InfoCodex automatically gather the information from the disparate information sources and prepare them for further analysis by the content analysis engine.

InfoCodex supports all commonly used document formats such as MS Word, PDF, HTLM, XML, PPT, PS, Excel, TXT, RTF, various mail formats including attachments, various image file formats, and any other file format for which the user can supply an i-filter.




Cross-lingual text analysis
Content recognition and categorization
Content similarity
Semantic and similarity search
Abstracts Generation
Advanced visualization
Privacy and security
Semantic Web
Customer benefits
The semantic engine
Distributed Sources