MeaningCloud

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MeaningCloud
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Inception2015
ManufacturerMeaningCloud LLC
Websitehttps://www.meaningcloud.com/

MeaningCloud is a Software as a Service product that enables users to embed text analytics and semantic processing in any application or system. It was previously branded as Textalytics.

MeaningCloud extends the concept of semantic API with a cloud-based framework that makes the integration of semantic processing into any system something close to a plug-and-play experience.[1] MeaningCloud is available both in SaaS mode and on-premises.

Functionality[edit]

  • Topic Extraction: identifies appearances of named entities and abstract concepts in the text.
  • Text Classification: assigns a text to one or several categories in a predefined taxonomy.
  • Sentiment Analysis: assigns a polarity (positive, negative, neutral) to a document or to the individual topics or attributes appearing in a document (aspect-based sentiment).
  • Text Clustering: discovers the underlying themes in a document collection and groups these documents according to their similarities and their adherence to those themes.

Integration and customization[edit]

Advanced APIs provide a functionality optimized for diverse applications and ease of use. In addition, customization and integration capabilities offer a fast learning curve and a short time to obtain results.

  • Customized resource management tools allow users to easily incorporate their own semantic resources (dictionaries, taxonomies, sentiment models) to adapt the operation of the system to their needs.
  • SDKs and plug-ins increase the convenience and integrability of the APIs in the most common environments and platforms.[2] MeaningCloud provides SDKs for Java, Python, PHP, and Visual Basic, and plug-ins for Microsoft Excel and GATE.[3]

About the brand and the company[edit]

MeaningCloud is a brand by MeaningCloud LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of MeaningCloud Europe S.L., previously known as Daedalus[4]. Daedalus was founded in 1998 by Jose C Gonzalez and other colleagues as a spin-off from their Artificial Intelligence research lab at the Technical University of Madrid.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Text Analytics 2014: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers". Alta Plana. 9 July 2014.
  2. ^ "How 5 Natural Language Processing APIs Stack Up". ProgrammableWeb. 28 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Daedalus Takes Meaning-As-A-Service To Excel, GATE And CMS Systems". Semanticweb.com. 8 July 2014.
  4. ^ "Daedalus Calls for Development of High-Level Semantic APIs". Semanticweb.com. 14 June 2013.

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