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Apache UIMA and Semantic Search

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my introduction to Apache UIMA and Semantic Search at 2nd IKS Workshop in Rome 13th November 2009

my introduction to Apache UIMA and Semantic Search at 2nd IKS Workshop in Rome 13th November 2009

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  • teofili Tommaso Teofili, Software Engineer this is because the original slide deck was made using Apple Keynote 1 year ago
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  • TonySu Tony Su Believe this slide cannot be downloaded, the link points to a 'key' file instead of a PDF or other typical presentation file. 1 year ago
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  • teofili Tommaso Teofili, Software Engineer the code snippet should've appeared with tags to highlight annotations:

    ||book||title||Pride and Prejudice||title|| was written by||author||
    Jane Austen||author||||book||, while ||book||||author||Joseph
    Conrad||author|| wrote ||title||Heart of Darkness||title||||book||.
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  • teofili Tommaso Teofili, Software Engineer It means that if you use Lucas to 'write down' your documents' annotations in fields then you'll have documents enriched and that is good but people often have different understandings of the 'semantic search' topic. Infact even if you have done named entity recognition with UIMA and then written down named entities annotations to Lucene fields then you won't be able to make queries which take relations and context in count.
    Take the following example borrowed from a previous conversation I had with Thilo Goetz:

    Pride and Prejudice was written by
    Jane Austen, while Joseph
    Conrad wrote Heart of Darkness.

    'If you take the Lucas approach, you will not be able to
    find out what books Jane Austen has written, because authors
    and titles are indexed in different fields, independently.'

    I hope this clarifies things a little :-)
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  • bolonudo bolonudo what does 'Lucas example' mean? at the side number 4 3 years ago
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