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From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
From Discovery to Delivery - Daniel Mayer
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  • 1. From Discovery to DeliverySemantics powering new applicationsin Search and beyondDaniel MayerVP, Corporate Marketingdaniel.mayer@temis.com
  • 2. A pioneer in Content Enrichment since 2000 60 Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 2
  • 3. Key References Life Sciences Industry & Government Publishing Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 3
  • 4. Navigating the Information Dilemna Please help us … … avoid • Find information Information faster / more easily Overload • Focus on the most relevant content x2 every 2 years …exploit • Analyze Big Data for • Discover Insights Content Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 4
  • 5. Navigating the Information Dilemna … avoid • Find information • Efficient Information faster / more easily search/navigation tools Overload • Focus on the • Targetted most relevant content Information Products …exploit • Analyze • Structured Big Data for Information • Discover Insights Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 5
  • 6. 46% semantically enrich their content Publishers of Scientific Journals Source : 2011 study on Journal Article MiningCopyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 6 by the Publishing Research Consortium
  • 7. What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?Automated extraction of information Adverse Event Side Effect Alopecia Roles Cause Carbamazepine Dosage 8.6 mg/ml Attributes Patient 52 year old male RelationsWe report a 52 year-old man presenting an acute hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ) in concentration of 8.6 microg/ml. EntitiesSubj Verb Patient Verb Symptom Verb Drug Name Dosage information TermsPro Verb Art Num N-P Noun Verb Art Adj Nn Nn Verb Pp PropNn Abbr Pp Noun Pp Num UnitWe report a 52 year-old man presenting an acute hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ) in concentration of 8.6 microg/ml. Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 7
  • 8. What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?Annotation with domain-specific metadataA case of hair loss induced by carbamazepineA case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine Symptoms Alopecia Dermatitis Allergic reactionKohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology,Kohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology,Tsukuba University. Anagen effluvium Telogen effluviumTsukuba University.We report a 52 year-old man presenting with an acute We report a 52 year-old man presenting with an acute Diseasesconsiderable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The considerable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The Neuropsychological diseasesremarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ remarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ Drugsadministration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergic administration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergic Carbamazepine CBZreaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serum reaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serumconcentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- concentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- Dosage information12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, and the hair loss 12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, and the hair loss 8.6 microg./ml 8-12 microg./mlstopped within several days with new hair growth. stopped within several days with new hair growth.Medication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of Medication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of Patient informationmany drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also many drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also 52 year old maninduces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%. induces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%. PeopleOnly a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ- Only a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ- Kohno Y Ishii A Shoji Sinduced hair loss were available, and we found these cases induced hair loss were available, and we found these casescould divide into two groups with regard to a delay in starting could divide into two groups with regard to a delay in starting Organizationshair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hair hair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hair Dept of Clinical Neurology, Tsukuba Universityloss started within a week suggesting anagen effluvium and in loss started within a week suggesting anagen effluvium and inanother it started after two or three months suggesting another it started after two or three months suggesting Side-effect Relationshipstelogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causative telogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causative Drug-induced alopeciamechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary. mechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary. Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 8
  • 9. What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?Knowledge insertion Carbamazepine Brand namesA case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine Apo-Carbamazepine Accession Number AtretolKohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology, DB00564 (APRD00337) BistonTsukuba University. Calepsin […] IndicationWe report a 52 year-old man presenting the treatment of epilepsy and pain associated with true trigeminal neuralgia. For with an acuteconsiderable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The Pharmacodynamicsremarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ Carbamazepine, an anticonvulsant structurally similar to tricyclic antidepressants, is used to treat partial seizures, tonic-clonic seizures, pain of neurologic origin such as trigeminal neuralgia, andadministration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergicreaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serum including manic-depressive illness psychiatric disorders […]concentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- vomiting, drowsiness, ataxia, slurred speech, nystagmus, dystonic Toxicity Mild ingestions cause12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, reactions, and hallucinations. Severe intoxications may produce and the hair loss […]stopped within several days with new hair growth. Dosage formsMedication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of Suspension Oralmany drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also[…] Tablet Oralinduces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%.Only a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ-  Insert related knowledgeinduced hair loss were available, and we found these casescould divide into two groups with regard to a Prior in starting • delay and Authoritativehair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hairloss started within a week suggesting anagen Internal and in • effluvium / Proprietaryanother it started after two or three months suggesting / Commercial or Open Source • Externaltelogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causativemechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary. Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 9
  • 10. What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?Linking Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 10
  • 11. What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?Analytics Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 11
  • 12. Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 12
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  • 14.  « Slice and Dice » approach Chapters from separate books and Articles from separate journals are available on an individual basisCopyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 14
  • 15.  Article Profile • Summarizes all relevant entities mentionned • Entities are clickable to facilitate navigation  Asset Recommendation Widgets Provide links to related assetsCopyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 15
  • 16. Navigating the Information DilemnaInformation professionals helping end-users Faceted Links Search SEO… avoid • Find information • Efficient RecommendationsInformation faster / more easily search/navigationOverload • Focus on most Topic Knowledge • Targetted relevant content Pages Bases Info Products…exploit • Analyze Content • StructuredBig Data for • Discover APIs InformationInsights Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 16
  • 17. Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 17 Copyright © 2009 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 17
  • 18.  Topical Feed Aggregates all articles referring to a specific pricing location Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 18
  • 19. Case Law Knowledge Base topic Labor Law subtopic Accidents in the workplace Type of disabilityDate of decision Court Age Gender Damages paid Profession EachType of accident extracted Severity of the disability concept Cause has become a search Part of body criteria Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 19
  • 20. Navigating Query Results Decisions matching the search criteria Facets based on the same concepts enable efficient drill-down within the document set Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 20
  • 21. Navigating the Information DilemnaInformation professionals helping end-users Faceted Links Search SEO… avoid • Find information • Efficient RecommendationsInformation faster / more easily search/navigationOverload • Focus on most Topic Knowledge • Targetted relevant content Pages Bases Info Products ECM Integration…exploit • Analyze Analytics Content • StructuredBig Data for • Discover Suites APIs InformationInsights Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 21
  • 22. Large-Scale Content AnalyticsInsights from unstructured content Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 22
  • 23. Large-Scale Content AnalyticsInsights from unstructured content Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 23
  • 24. ECM Integration Flow Diagram Search-based Applications Analysis Facets Front-end Search Visualization Recommendations Enrichment Search Engine API Luxid® Metadata Document Annotation Factory Extraction IndexingDocumentInsertion Metadata Enrichment Search Index Engine De Recherche Index Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 24
  • 25. ECM IntegrationMetadata enriches the application layer Distribution Layer Search-based Applications Forms Analysis Facets Search Visualization Recommendations Application Layer Search Engine API Business Collaborative Personalization Workflows Functions Profiles Luxid® Annotation Factory Document Access Control Directories Management Rights Management Virtual Networks Workflows Data Layer Search Index Engine De Recherche Index Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 25
  • 26. SharePoint 2010Standard Search Center Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 26
  • 27. SharePoint 2010Enriched Search Center Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 27
  • 28. SharePoint 2010Enriched Search Center  Facets domain-specific metadata • Helps drill down to most relevant results • Technical metadata is preserved Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 28
  • 29. SharePoint 2010Enriched Search Center  Each document’s metadata is displayed • Clickable Entities enable further search refinement Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 29
  • 30. Closing ThoughtsSemantic Content Enrichment going mainstream Aligned with key Information Management needs • Structure • Manage your unstructured information assets • Exploit A maturing technology • Adopted by Publishers & Information Professionals • Propagating to Enterprise Content Management Systems • Makes the entire Information System more intelligent Enabling effective Discovery & efficient Delivery • Search, Analyze, Discover • Aggregate, Package, Deliver Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 30
  • 31. What’s Next ?Proactive Delivery in the Workflow Copyright © 2012 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 31
  • 32. Thank YouYour questionsDaniel MayerVP, Corporate Marketingdaniel.mayer@temis.com

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