Organizing Unstructured Content

By Jim Wessely, President Advanced Document Sciences In knowledge management programs for large enterprises and organizations, a lot of valuable knowledge gets explicitly captured from discussion threads, answered questions, research papers, saved articles, presentations, and a variety of other document forms and formats.  These documents will typically refer to more than one concept or topic […]

Six Blind Men and the Taxonomy

By Jim Wessely Trying to get agreement on the definition of what taxonomy means or what a taxonomy is (in regard to unstructured data, not biology where it is pretty clear) can be very frustrating if not downright futile.  I’ve heard lots of different definitions tossed about by many well-educated people, and even amongst those […]

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