The New Face of Enterprise Search: Bridging Structured and Unstructured Information

Delgado, Joaquin; Laplanche, Renaud; Krishnamurthy, Viswanathan
November 2005
Information Management Journal;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p40
This article attempts to understand the concept of enterprise search by examining the relationship of documents and data as they exist in today's organizations, the mechanisms for discovering content, and services that enable users to perform better, more relevant searches. The article describes models that search software uses to discover information. It identifies a number of search services that search engines or software applications make available to end users. It also relates how software services affect search relevance.


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