TITLE

Dataware Technologies Announces Advanced Searching Technologies

PUB. DATE
March 1995
SOURCE
Information Today;Mar1995, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article informs that Dataware Technologies Inc. has announced its new Advanced Searching Technologies, a set of software object libraries designed to make information retrieval easier and more efficient for users. The first elements of this new technology to ship are the Natural Language Object Library and the Semantic Network Object Library. These software object libraries enhance the classic information search and retrieval process. Users are able to find more relevant and comprehensive results with little training required. Many of the Advanced Searching Objects are language neutral, but where a technology requires a specific language support, Dataware supports up to eleven languages, including the Natural Language Object Library enhances the precise search queries typically constructed using Boolean operators. By creating queries using natural language, Dataware Technologies' software allows even novice users to search and retrieve relevant information quickly and easily. The Semantic Network Object Library allows application developers to provide users with unprecedented conceptual searching, while simplifying complex word relationships.
ACCESSION #
19003266

 

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