Towards Design and Implementation of a Language Technology based Information Processor for PDM Systems [article]

Zeeshan Ahmed, Saman Majeed, Thomas Dandekar
<span title="2010-08-08">2010</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
Product Data Management (PDM) aims to provide 'Systems' contributing in industries by electronically maintaining organizational data, improving data repository system, facilitating with easy access to CAD and providing additional information engineering and management modules to access, store, integrate, secure, recover and manage information. Targeting one of the unresolved issues i.e., provision of natural language based processor for the implementation of an intelligent record search
more &raquo; ... m, an approach is proposed and discussed in detail in this manuscript. Designing an intelligent application capable of reading and analyzing user's structured and unstructured natural language based text requests and then extracting desired concrete and optimized results from knowledge base is still a challenging task for the designers because it is still very difficult to completely extract Meta data out of raw data. Residing within the limited scope of current research and development; we present an approach capable of reading user's natural language based input text, understanding the semantic and extracting results from repositories. To evaluate the effectiveness of implemented prototyped version of proposed approach, it is compared with some existing PDM Systems, in the end the discussion is concluded with an abstract presentation of resultant comparison amongst implemented prototype and some existing PDM Systems.
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