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Market Central Unveils SourceWare Search Engine
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Market Central, Inc., a technology management company, has announced the immediate availability of SourceWare Search, the company's new automated, "intent-based" search solution. SourceWare Search was designed to take the user's search input and identify the user's intent through the examination of the stems, synonyms, concepts, and key phrases and then bring back results ranked on the basis of relevance. In the process, SourceWare Search categorizes its results with statistically significant words and phrases so the user can recognize the appropriate context for the search objective from the available data. Then the user selects a topic (or set of topics) that most closely tie to the search objective and in the subsequent search will receive precise information with even more specific subject groups for selection. For organizations, SourceWare Search is designed to find and effectively leverage information across the enterprise, whether contained in an Intranet, email, C drives, file servers, or in a database on the network.

SourceWare Search features include: Zero Latency (i.e., no re-indexing required), Real-time updating of the production servers, Large capacity per data server, Distributed search, Full automation of crawling, classification, and semantics, Single query semantic interpretation, Real-time personalization of the semantics, and Customizable relevancy ranking. SourceWare Search is available direct from Market Central. Pricing is dependent on product application and licensing, starting at around $25,000.

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