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Researchers at IBM Almaden have been developing a semantic search process that can delve into unstructured text to retrieve structured information.

IBM Sends UIMA To Apache, OASIS

Two major open source contributions from IBM for its Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) have placed it with the Apache Software Foundation as an incubator project, and out to the OASIS specification development group to create a true standard around the UIMA framework.

Creative Discovery Comes To Search

It’s probably entirely appropriate that if a supercomputer is going to be set up to strive for creative answers to tough questions, that hardware will consist of Apple Xserve G5s.

IBM Preps Entry-Level Business Search

While Big Blue already makes high-end enterprise search and content integration software, it found a need to make entry-level versions of those products available in the small to medium business markets.

Microsoft May Use UIMA To Top Google

A Microsoft Europe executive has provided some bulletin board material for Google, in claiming Microsoft will exceed Google in the search market in six months, based on being better able to retrieve specific information rather than just URLs.

IBM SourceForges UIMA

Source code for IBM’s Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) now has a home on SourceForge, as IBM invites developers everywhere to take a shot at the concept of knowledge discovery.

IBM’s UIMA Goes From Search To Concept

The reason why people are better at answering questions than search engines is due to people understanding the concept behind a question; while search engines do well on context, IBM sees concepts as the next great advance in search technology.

IBMs Approach To Enterprise Search

Developing effective search tools for enterprise-level businesses is not the same as developing search for web-based documents. Websites and other web-related documents contain an inherent structure due to the nature of web links.