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Vivísimo Adds Clustering 2.0 Technology

Vivísimo (www.vivisimo.com) announced a new patent-pending technology—remix clustering—to help users find new topics and gain insights related to their search queries. Vivísimo’s standard clustering (Clustering 1.0) organizes search results into topical folders on-the-fly, without any preprocessing of source documents. Clustering gives a quick overview of the main topics, enables easy access to valuable but low-ranked search results, and groups together related documents for joint consideration. Clustering saves time and improves the ability to find and discover valuable information within search results.
Vivísimo’s patent-pending remix clustering (Clustering 2.0) is designed to take the searcher’s productivity to a new level. Remix clustering works like this: The user first sees clustered results in the usual style. Then, a single click reveals submerged or secondary topics that were not generated in the initial clustering. It works by feedback: cluster the same search results again but explicitly ignore the topics that the user has already seen.

Remix clustering functionality is built into Velocity 6.0, Vivísimo’s enterprise search platform used by many Global 1000 companies and government organizations worldwide. It is also now available on Clusty.com, Vivísimo’s online web search site. More information is available at: http://searchdoneright.com/2008/01/introducing-clustering-2.0.
Source: Vivísimo



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