Slashdot Post-Googleism At IBM With Piquant - a discussion of this NY Times article by James Fallows. IBM Systems Journal fall 2004 issue discusses more in detail Unstructured information which represents the vast majority of the data collected and accessible to enterprises. This data may be in various formats and may lack the organization of traditional sources such as database records. Exploiting this information requires systems for managing and extracting knowledge from large collections of unstructured data and applications for discovering patterns and relationships. This issue presents eight papers on the tools, methods, and architectures which are evolving for managing unstructured information in areas such as life science and market research. The issue also contains a paper on managing an enterprise architecture and one on autonomic computing systems.
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