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The Importance of Japanese Readings in Search and More

Japanese is unusual in that a word and its pronunciation are both valid keyword searches. Imagine if you could search in English on “Seezer Salad Resipi” and get recipes for “Caesar salad.” In Japanese you can, because it is written with Chinese ideographs, called kanji, and two phonetic alphabets. The two alphabets (hiragana and katakana) […]

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Optimizing Multilingual Search Using Solr

David Anthony Troiano Principal Software Engineer This talk was delivered at the Boston Data Con 2014 on September 13th, 2014. David Troiano explains how to optimize Apache Solr for multilingual search. Using the example of “Serie A” (which is an Italian Football Club), David shows how a major search engine finds documents in both Italian and English. To […]

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Case Study: CareerBuilder

CHALLENGE CareerBuilder, the global leader in human capital solutions, operates the largest job board in the U.S. and has an extensive and growing global presence. The CareerBuilder.com content is the very definition of Big Text: mountains of structured and unstructured text data (resumes and job listings) in many languages. CareerBuilder’s mission is to empower employment, […]

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Basis Technology Partners with Elasticsearch

Brings Powerful Multilingual Text Analytics to Open Source Search Cambridge, MA—September 25, 2013—Basis Technology, the global leader in multilingual search and text analytics, is partnering with Elasticsearch by releasing a new plugin for Rosette®, the premier linguistics platform which delivers faster and more accurate search results across many languages. Rosette provides the most advanced capabilities commercially available, […]

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Rosette Base Linguistics is now Cloudera Certified

What is Cloudera? To explain what Cloudera is, we have to briefly mention Hadoop. Hadoop is the open source application built from a few papers Google engineers published on their MapReduce infrastructure designed to handle very large datasets on a very inexpensive, distributed infrastructure. Facebook and many other companies use it, and Google and IBM are funding efforts to teach it to students.

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Cambridge Semantics Partners with Basis Technology

  • February 3, 2014
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Rosette® delivers multilingual entity extraction into the Anzo software suite for global organizations to better evaluate the larger story of its data Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions for enterprises, today announced it has incorporated the Rosette® platform from Basis Technology to provide its global customers with multilingual entity extraction […]

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