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Day: March 25, 2002

Applied Semantics Announces Auto-Categroizer 1.1 & Taxonomy Tool

Applied Semantics, Inc. announced it has launched Auto-Categorizer 1.1, which features a taxonomy administration tool to enhance its content categorization
application. This product update provides users the ability to import, create and edit sets of categories within a variety of industry-standard and user-defined taxonomies. Utilizing Applied Semantics’ ontology-based CIRCA technology, the Taxonomy Administrator in Auto-Categorizer 1.1 maps concepts in a simple, direct manner without requiring the development of extensive training sets to define each of the categories. Applied Semantics’ customers can now directly map their custom terminologies to its two-gigabyte ontology, a continuously maintained and updated knowledge base containing millions of concepts and relationship links through the Auto-Categorizer tool. Auto-Categorizer 1.1 with Taxonomy Administrator is available for immediate

Interlucent Internet Solutions Introduces iBabbler

Interlucent Internet Solutions, Inc. announced the release of a developer tool that will reduce the implementation and conversion process of large websites into a content management system. Interlucent iBabbler is a Microsoft Windows application that spiders existing sites and translate them into new sites in Interlucent iCMS. Users create rules that help determine what types of pages the spider has found and what in that page is relevant content. Since a translation occurs a whole new look and feel can be implemented while preserving the content. This is a multi-use application so large sites can be translated in sections by different users.

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