8 posts from 2013/08

Searching for Zebras: Doing More with Less

February 15, 2012

Written for Findability blog.


A look at European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR) 2012

April 18, 2012

Written for the Findability blog.


Search in SharePoint 2013

October 18, 2012

There has been a lot of buzz about the upcoming release of Microsoft’s SharePoint 2013, how about the search in SharePoint 2013? Written for the Findability blog.


Query rules in SharePoint 2013

February 27, 2013

A post focusing on the ranking of the search results using the query rules. Written for the Findability blog.


Microsoft is betting on cloud, mobile and social for SharePoint 2013

January 09, 2013

Impressions from the 2012 SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. Written for the Findability blog.


OpenNLP Part-of-Speech Tags

August 27, 2013

A Part-of-Speech tagger, a crucial component of a natural language processing system, allows the annotation of words with tags corresponding to the part of speech they represent. However, annotating with part-of-speech tags is often not the last step of processing a text. The tagger is language-dependent and each language has its own part-of-speech tagset, which makes the usage of the annotated tags more complex when dealing with multiple languages. This is a reference for how the POS tagsets map to several languages, including English, Danish, Swedish, and German.


The Sketchnote

August 09, 2013

It is visual note taking. It promotes the principles of accelerated learning. It improves retention. It’s a way to make notes fun and memorable. It’s a way to capture the big picture.


Linguistic resources for entity extraction

August 04, 2013

In the world of search engines, a process called entity extraction might rescue situations where the search solution indexes content that is unstructured and has poor or no metadata. Here are some good linguistic resources that can be used to quickly boost the search experience and discoverability of the content.