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2008 Buying and Selling E Content Conference held in Scottsdale, Az, April 2008. ...

2008 Buying and Selling E Content Conference held in Scottsdale, Az, April 2008.
The new tools are bringing new rules to search and now true Knowledge Discovery. Darrell's presentation demonstrates how the Collexis proprietary technology creates digital Fingerprints of aggregated results and provides the user with more insight and knowledge discovery.

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 How Data Never Looked So Good! How Data Never Looked So Good! Presentation Transcript

  • Darrell W. Gunter EVP/ CMO Collexis Holdings, Inc. April 15, 2008 www.collexis.com How Data Never Looked So Good!
  • The Semantic Web and Its Developments! 10
  • The Semantic Wave
  • Knowledge Plane
  • Searching to Knowing!
  • Collexis Fingerprint Engine Search * Categorization * Aggregation * Hypothesis Generation
  • Explore instead of Searching!
  • Trends & New Tools 11
  • Subject Matter Experts!
  • Expert Profile!
  • Collexis Knowledge Dashboard
  • Trends and Knowledge Discovery
    • Within the Dashboard, the user get immediately an overview on trends – meaning concepts which are co-occurring increasingly with the Dashboard topic.
  • Biomedexperts.com
  • Co- Author Network
  • Global View of Co-Author Network
  • Subject Area Expertise!
  • Asklepios Group http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/f/0/8f02f193-320c-4d0c-b4df-6578e9254ad6/Asklepios.doc Search „cisplatin“ shows the relevant publications from Springer, Elsevier, Thieme, OVID and other publishers 12
  • THANK YOU!
  • Notes & References
    • Mills, D., Project 10X’s Semantic Wave 2008 Report: Industry Roadmap to Web 3.0 & Multibillion Dollar Market Opportunites, February 2008 www.project10x.com
    • Johns Hopkins http://www.researchprofiles.syynx.de/jhu/jhu.htm
    • http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/f/0/8f02f193-320c-4d0c-b4df-6578e9254ad6/Asklepios.doc
    • Collexis and SiloBreaker: the emergence of Vertical Search 2.0? by Daniel Pollock , Vice President & Lead Analyst - London, UK