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Weekly News Digest

June 8, 2009 — In addition to this week's NewsBreaks article and the monthly NewsLink Spotlight, Information Today, Inc. (ITI) offers Weekly News Digests that feature recent product news and company announcements. Watch for additional coverage to appear in the next print issue of Information Today.

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Nstein Announces Its Next-Gen Text Mining Engine

Nstein Technologies Inc. (www.nstein.com), a provider of digital publishing solutions for newspapers, magazines, and online content providers, announced the planned release of TME 5, a feature-rich upgrade to its Text Mining Engine. New features include Web 3.0 compliance, a host of linguistic enhancements, and a suite of management tools to allow even greater flexibility and control of semantic metadata. All of the features are designed to provide the most relevant content to enhance the user experience-thereby driving productivity gains, readers' stickiness, and brand loyalty. The release will be available for customers in the fall. To learn more about TME 5, visit www.nstein.com/tme5.

Now in its fifth generation, the new release is RESTful, respects W3C standards (w3.org), and is fully Web 3.0 ready to support the newest iteration of the internet-the semantic web. TME 5 includes a number of new linguistic tools aimed at managing the metadata, the lifeline to the semantic web. TME 5 will provide new taxonomies and will ship with tens of thousands of individuals' names-precategorized as Politicians, Celebrities, and Athletes.

TME 5 also supports faceted sentiment analysis, which tells an editor not only if an article is positive or negative but also what the tone toward any given subject within the story is. Because of the vast amounts of metadata that can now be collected and stored, TME 5 will also offer a suite of five administration modules to more easily manage the different components to generating metadata, namely documents, authority files, taxonomies, and ontologies.

Source: Nstein Technologies, Inc.



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