March 2006
UNIX Update;Mar2006, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p1
Trade Publication
The article introduces ELISE, an upgraded high-performance search and match system from WCC Services U.S. Inc. ELISE 5.2, available for the Linux environment, allows businesses to perform complex searches and find the most meaningful information. It is used primarily in the staffing, e-commerce and security industries to find the people, products, or services that best match the user's requirements. The new version's enhanced features include Linux support, advanced text search capabilities, and extensive database and transaction reporting capabilities. These new features were based on market demand for a matching engine that could satisfy all of their search requirements--whether it is keyword searching in textual data, Boolean searches against structured data, or fuzzy logic applied to both structured and unstructured data.


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