Semantic Auto Tagger
Typical Application Scenarios
The following advantages can be realized via this solution:
- Improved customer experiences via higher quality search results
- Automatic inclusion of synonyms and thematically-related terms
- Drilldown into related seach results
- Easier faceted search with related terms
- Simplification and integration of tagging within editorial workflows
- Editorial control over tags
- Standardization of tags across the enterprise
- Utilization and integration of industry- or enterprise-specific keywords via established thesauri
Integration with FirstSpirit
This solution allows content to be automatically categorized and keyworded within FirstSpirit by initially extracting and analysing page contents. Relevant keywords are then applied to the results based on a customer-defined thesaurus, which are then made available to the editor to apply in whole or in part. The editor is able to initiate a workflow to select and assign keywords.
Keywords are saved both independent of language (according to URIs) as well as language-dependent in freely-definable input components. These input components must be generated in page templates in order to be applied subsequently. Since a template represents a page being generated, this "keywording" is currently only applied at the template level.
How might you leverage this solution?
In the context of a requirements analysis, or requirements workshop, a determination can be made if it is appropriate to utilize either a unique thesaurus manager or an external solution with a public thesaurus. Subsequently, integration with the separately-licensable PoolParty PowerTagging tool can be carried out as either a cloud-based or on-premise solution. Since downstream search is highly dependent on the target system, an across-the-board integration is not advisable, but would be carried out in the context of the particular project, taking into consideration specific project goals. Similarly, the introduction of a thesaurus would depend on its specific application requirements.