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Nstein goes mining



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Nstein Technologies has announced TME 5, the latest version of its text mining engine.

The company reports that new features include Web 3.0 compliance, a variety of linguistic enhancements and a suite of management tools to allow even greater flexibility and control of semantic metadata. Nstein adds that all of the features are designed to provide the most relevant content to enhance the user experience.

TME 5 also supports faceted sentiment analysis, which tells an editor not only if an article is positive or 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.

The release will be available for customers in the Fall. To learn more on TME 5, click here

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