Category Archives: Context Organizer

Key phrases are all about being informative!

  A key phrase is defined as a meaningful and significant expression consisting of one or more words in a document. For example a keyword "information" is very general while phrases "information overload" and further "information overload syndrome" provide much … Continue reading

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There is a need to automatically create key phrases

  Key phrases are meant to serve multiple goals:      1.  They enable the reader to quickly determine whether the given article is of interest      2.  When key phrases are gathered in the cumulative index – the … Continue reading

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Context Organizer Web server enables large volume text summarization and extraction

     Context Organizer Web server enables large volume text summarization and extraction of the essential keywords from a wide variety of sources such as search engines, SharePoint, RSSs, news feeds, etc. Each summary can be conveniently delivered as an … Continue reading

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The ability to transform data into insights

  The recent article by McKinsey addresses the challenges the Chief Information Officers face in managing corporate information and knowledge. The ability to transform data into insights to help manage a company is the domain of corporate business intelligence, which … Continue reading

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Because the Internet is made of content…

  There is lots of content on the Internet. The Internet is made of publishers.   And everybody knows how to publish: blogs, portals, newspapers, books, magazines, on line conversations…    So here is a practical question: is content strategy about publishing … Continue reading

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