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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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(2) Concept-based searching, unlike keyword search systems, tries to determine what a user means. In the best circumstances, a concept-based search returns hits on documents on a specific topic, even if the words in the document do not precisely match the words a user enters into the query. This is also known as clustering, which essentially means that words are examined in relation to other words found nearby. There are various methods of building clustering systems, some of which are highly complex, relying on sophisticated linguistic and artificial intelligence methods. Concept-based indexing is a good idea, but it is far from perfect. The results are best when one enters a lot of words, all of which roughly refer to the concept one seeking information about. Concept-based searching

Unlike keyword search systems, concept-based search systems try to determine what you mean, not just what you say. In the best circumstances, a concept-based search returns hits on documents that are "about" the subject/theme you're exploring, even if the words in the document don't precisely match the words you enter into the query.

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This is also known as clustering -- which essentially means that words are examined in relation to other words found nearby.

How does it work? There are various methods of building clustering systems, some of which are highly complex, relying on sophisticated linguistic and artificial intelligence theory that we won't even attempt to go into here.

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Concept-based indexing is a good idea, but it's far from perfect. The results are best when you enter a lot of words, all of which roughly refer to the concept you're seeking information about.

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