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Daniel Mayer
VP, Corporate Marketing
daniel.mayer@temis.com
From Discovery to Delivery
Mainstream applications of semantic...
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Agenda
Corporate Overview
Semantic Content Enrichment in brief
Valu...
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TEMIS
A pioneer in Content Enrichment since 2000
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Key References
Life Sciences PublishingIndustry & Government
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What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?
We report a 52 year-old man pr...
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A case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine
Kohno Y, Ishii A, Shoj...
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What Is Semantic Content Enrichment?
Knowledge insertion
A case of ...
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Patents by
same authors
Analytics
Similar
Documents
Clinical report...
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At Corpus Level
Content Analytics
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Source : 2011 study on Journal Article Mining
by the Publishing Re...
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82% to make content more compelling
• Improved Search & Navigation...
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Related Documents Popup
• Links the reader to additional content
b...
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Semantic Content Enrichment
Makes highly relevant content highly f...
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Proactive Delivery in the Workflow
Targeted information when you n...
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Semantic Content Enrichment
ECMs value metadata …
• Most recent EC...
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Semantic Content Enrichment
ECMs value metadata …
… but metadata m...
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Semantic Content Enrichment
ECMs value metadata …
… but metadata m...
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Flow Diagram
Luxid® for ECM
SearchEngineAPI
Index
De
Recherche
Sea...
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DistributionLayerApplicationLayerDataLayer
At ECM Scale
Metadata e...
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Value Proposition
Manage
Leverage
Structure
Facets
Links
Similar
D...
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Example use cases
Leverage
Global Global Information Sharing Initi...
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Example use cases
Manage
IS Content Management optimization
Classi...
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Integration in the ECM
Interfacing via Web Services
• Triggered ma...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
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SharePoint 2010
Standard Search Center
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SharePoint 2010
Only technical metadata is available
is available
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
Enriched Search Center
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
Facets domain-specific metadata
• Helps...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
Each document’s metadata is displayed
•...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
Facets also support hierarchical naviga...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
All extracted metadata remains
availabl...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
Modify
Delete
Add/Insert
Access to meta...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
A dedicated column hosts
the metadata o...
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Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
For each type of metadata a second colu...
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Agenda
Corporate Overview
Semantic Content Enrichment in brief
Val...
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Conclusion
New uses for a mature technology
• Adopted by Publisher...
Thank You
Your questions
Daniel Mayer
VP, Corporate Marketing
daniel.mayer@temis.com
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Publishing Research Consortium study on Journal Article...
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  1. 1. Daniel Mayer VP, Corporate Marketing daniel.mayer@temis.com From Discovery to Delivery Mainstream applications of semantic content enrichment in the Enterprise
  2. 2. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 2 Agenda Corporate Overview Semantic Content Enrichment in brief Value Proposition & Use Cases Luxid® for ECM Conclusion
  3. 3. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 3 TEMIS A pioneer in Content Enrichment since 2000 60
  4. 4. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 4 Key References Life Sciences PublishingIndustry & Government
  5. 5. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 5 What Is Semantic Content Enrichment? We report a 52 year-old man presenting an acute hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ) in concentration of 8.6 microg/ml. Automated extraction of information Relations We report a 52 year-old man presenting an acute hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ) in concentration of 8.6 microg/ml. Verb Patient Verb Symptom Verb Dosage informationSubj Entities Drug Name Terms Pro Verb NumArt N-P Noun Verb Art Adj Nn Nn Verb Pp PropNn Pp Noun Pp Num UnitAbbr Attributes Roles Adverse Event Side Effect Alopecia Cause Carbamazepine Dosage 8.6 mg/ml Patient 52 year old male
  6. 6. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 6 A case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine Kohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology, Tsukuba University. We report a 52 year-old man presenting with an acute considerable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The remarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ administration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergic reaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serum concentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- 12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, and the hair loss stopped within several days with new hair growth. Medication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of many drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also induces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%. Only a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ- induced hair loss were available, and we found these cases could divide into two groups with regard to a delay in starting hair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hair loss started within a week suggesting anagen effluvium and in another it started after two or three months suggesting telogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causative mechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary. Neuropsychological diseases Diseases 8.6 microg./ml Dosage information 8-12 microg./ml man52 year old Patient information Dept of Clinical Neurology, Tsukuba University Organizations Kohno Y Ishii A Shoji S People Carbamazepine CBZ Drugs Alopecia Dermatitis Allergic reaction Anagen effluvium Telogen effluvium Symptoms What Is Semantic Content Enrichment? Annotation with domain-specific metadata Side-effect Relationships Drug-induced alopecia A case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine Kohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology, Tsukuba University. We report a 52 year-old man presenting with an acute considerable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The remarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ administration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergic reaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serum concentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- 12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, and the hair loss stopped within several days with new hair growth. Medication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of many drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also induces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%. Only a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ- induced hair loss were available, and we found these cases could divide into two groups with regard to a delay in starting hair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hair loss started within a week suggesting anagen effluvium and in another it started after two or three months suggesting telogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causative mechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary.
  7. 7. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 7 What Is Semantic Content Enrichment? Knowledge insertion A case of hair loss induced by carbamazepine Kohno Y, Ishii A, Shoji S, Department of Clinical Neurology, Tsukuba University. We report a 52 year-old man presenting with an acute considerable hair loss induced by carbamazepine (CBZ). The remarkable scalp hair loss started within a week after CBZ administration. There was no evidence of dermatitis or allergic reaction, or other cause for the hair loss. The serum concentration of CBZ was 8.6 microg/ml therapeutic range 8- 12 microg/ml). CBZ was discontinued, and the hair loss stopped within several days with new hair growth. Medication-induced hair loss is an occasional adverse effect of many drugs used for neuropsychological diseases. CBZ also induces hair loss and its frequency was reported below 2%. Only a limited number of detailed case reports describing CBZ- induced hair loss were available, and we found these cases could divide into two groups with regard to a delay in starting hair loss after administration of CBZ. In one group, the hair loss started within a week suggesting anagen effluvium and in another it started after two or three months suggesting telogen effluvium. This finding suggests the causative mechanism of CBZ-induced hair loss is not unitary. Insert related knowledge • Prior and Authoritative • Internal / Proprietary • External / Commercial or Open Source Carbamazepine Brand names Apo-Carbamazepine Atretol Biston Calepsin […] Dosage forms Suspension Oral Tablet Oral […] Accession Number DB00564 (APRD00337) Indication For the treatment of epilepsy and pain associated with true trigeminal neuralgia. Pharmacodynamics 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, and psychiatric disorders including manic-depressive illness […] Toxicity Mild ingestions cause vomiting, drowsiness, ataxia, slurred speech, nystagmus, dystonic reactions, and hallucinations. Severe intoxications may produce […]
  8. 8. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 8 Patents by same authors Analytics Similar Documents Clinical reports for CBZ Adding value to content In a Larger Sense Articles on other drugs inducing alopecia Linking Knowledge Insertion Annotation Raw Document
  9. 9. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 9 At Corpus Level Content Analytics
  10. 10. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 10 Source : 2011 study on Journal Article Mining by the Publishing Research Consortium 46% semantically enrich their content Publishers of Scientific Journals
  11. 11. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 11 82% to make content more compelling • Improved Search & Navigation • Semantic Linking to related content & knowledge • Visual Analytics 57% to create new products & services • Knowledge Bases • Topic Pages • Contextual Advertising 100% for productivity gains and workflow flexibility
  12. 12. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 12
  13. 13. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 13 Related Documents Popup • Links the reader to additional content based on the current document « Slice and Dice » approach • Chapters from separate books are available on an individual basis
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  16. 16. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 16 Semantic Content Enrichment Makes highly relevant content highly findable • Improves precision and recall of search engines • Highlights most relevant content Facilitates exploration • Powers facets • Provides navigational cues Boosts insight • Provides context by linking to related documents and knowledge • Provides perspective by enabling analytics Enables proactive delivery in the workflow • Complements dedicated interfaces & explicit search • At the heart of end-user applications & CMS Benefits for Information Access
  17. 17. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 17 Proactive Delivery in the Workflow Targeted information when you need it
  18. 18. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 18 Semantic Content Enrichment ECMs value metadata … • Most recent ECMs offer metadata management mechanisms How can it be deployed by the Enterprise ?
  19. 19. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 19 Semantic Content Enrichment ECMs value metadata … … but metadata must be contributed manually which is inefficient • Time Consuming • Shallow • Inconsistent How can it be deployed by the Enterprise ?
  20. 20. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 20 Semantic Content Enrichment ECMs value metadata … … but metadata must be contributed manually which is inefficient Automated Semantic Content Enrichment completes ECMs with a metadata production process that is • Productive • Deep • Consistent How can it be deployed by the Enterprise ?
  21. 21. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 21 Flow Diagram Luxid® for ECM SearchEngineAPI Index De Recherche Search Engine Index Search Engine Index Search-based Applications Search Analysis Visualization Facets Recommendations Document Insertion Document Indexing Metadata Extraction Metadata Enrichment Front-end Enrichment Luxid® Annotation Factory
  22. 22. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 22 DistributionLayerApplicationLayerDataLayer At ECM Scale Metadata enriches the application layer SearchEngineAPI Personalization Profiles Collaborative Functions Luxid® Annotation Factory Index De Recherche Search Engine Index Search Engine Index Directories Virtual Networks Business Workflows Forms Access Control Rights Management Search-based Applications Search Analysis Visualization Facets Recommendations Document Management Workflows
  23. 23. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 23 Value Proposition Manage Leverage Structure Facets Links Similar Documents Search Based Applications Enriched Business Intelligence Enterprise Taxonomy Deployment Knowledge Base Augmentation Content Analysis • Quicker & More effective search • Analysis • End-user Productivity & Satisfaction • Adoption of Information System • Enables scalability • Helps reduce risks • Helps optimize costs • Informs decision making • Minimal End-user Contribution effort More Relevant Search Results Reliable & Efficient Production of Metadata Usage Analysis Archival Migration Process Automation • Depth • Domain specificity • Consistency
  24. 24. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 24 Example use cases Leverage Global Global Information Sharing Initiative Classification plan based on an enterprise taxonomy (Client, Segment, Channel, Product, Technology, Region, Type of Document) • Quicker and More Effective search processes • Facilitates Knowledge Base creation • Places information in Context / in Perspective with news and internal knowledge • Accelerated information distribution HR Expertise Mapping CV and work documents analysis Extraction of subjects of expertise • Topical Experts identification • Enrichment of directories and collaborative workspaces • Collaborative networks detection Product Voice of customer Categorization of incoming customer calls (Incident type, Product, Segment, Region) • Call center optimization • Customer pain points identification • Product / Service improvement • Product quality alerts R&D Scientific Discovery Scientific Litterature analysis (articles, patents, internal reports, etc) • Production and maintenance of research landscapes • Identification of promising research directions
  25. 25. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 25 Example use cases Manage IS Content Management optimization Classification plan based on an enterprise taxonomy (Type of Document, Type of Information) • Content Management process scalability • Document Management Workflow Automation • Access Control Optimization • Support for migration and fusion of document management systems IS - Legal Dpt Archival optimization Classification plan based on an enterprise taxonomy (Type of Document, Type of Information) • Identification of regulated, binding or evidentiary documents • Minimized regulatory / judicial risk • Optimized costs IS Information Systems optimization Document Auditing Usage Analysis Visualization & Monitoring • Analysis and demonstration of service value • Optimized costs • Optimized investments
  26. 26. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 26 Integration in the ECM Interfacing via Web Services • Triggered manually or through ECM timer jobs • Luxid® for ECM extracts metadata from each document and stores it into each ECM’s native infrastructure : SharePoint columns, Alfresco aspects, … Frees the metadata from the search engine • All applications can access the metadata • Enables massive re-enrichment (archive repurposing…) • Manual metadata edits (removal, addition...) are also stored Subsequent extractions reproduce and preserve modifications Available integrations : Underlying principles and key mechanisms
  27. 27. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 27 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010
  28. 28. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 28 SharePoint 2010 Standard Search Center
  29. 29. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 29 SharePoint 2010 Only technical metadata is available is available • Author User ID • Modification Date • URL • File Format Standard Search Center
  30. 30. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 30 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 Enriched Search Center
  31. 31. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 31 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 Facets domain-specific metadata • Helps drill down to most relevant results • Technical metadata is preserved Enriched Search Center
  32. 32. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 32 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 Each document’s metadata is displayed • Clickable Entities enable further search refinement Enriched Search Center
  33. 33. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 33 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 Facets also support hierarchical navigation Enriched Search Center
  34. 34. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 34 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 All extracted metadata remains available for end-users Access to metadata
  35. 35. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 35 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 Modify Delete Add/Insert Access to metadata
  36. 36. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 36 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 A dedicated column hosts the metadata of each type Storage in the columns
  37. 37. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 37 Luxid® for SharePoint 2010 For each type of metadata a second column preserves end users’ manual modifications Audit trail of manual modifications
  38. 38. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 38 Agenda Corporate Overview Semantic Content Enrichment in brief Value Proposition & Use Cases Luxid® for ECM Conclusion
  39. 39. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 39 Conclusion New uses for a mature technology • Adopted by Publishers and propagating to the Enterprise • Now integrated with Enterprise Content Management Systems • Makes the entire Information System more intelligent Brings value throughout the entreprise • Structures the unstructured • Helps manage content and fight Information Overload • Helps leverage information for strategic impact Semantic Content Enrichment going mainstream
  40. 40. Thank You Your questions Daniel Mayer VP, Corporate Marketing daniel.mayer@temis.com
  41. 41. Copyright © 2011 TEMIS - All Rights Reserved - Slide 41 Ressources Publishing Research Consortium study on Journal Article Mining • An in depth report on ongoing and planned semantic content enrichment practices in the STM Publishing Industry with a special focus on Journals • Click here TEMIS Networked Content Manifesto • A White Paper providing insights into the benefits and areas of application of semantics in the context of Professional Publishing • Click here • New version of this White Paper coming out shortly with Enterprise use cases, please inquire with me directly at daniel.mayer@temis.com

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