Semantic data integration and knowledge management software, Sentient Knowledge Explorer 4.0, address data for life sciences and healthcare. A simplified workflow makes it possible for users to integrate data more efficiently by making it easier to complete common integration tasks and interrogate multi-faceted data.

This interesting news was brought to our attention by Scientific Computing in their article, “Sentient Knowledge Explorer 4.0.” Ontology validation and dynamic cache management significantly increases import speed into semantic data stores, while enhanced memory management and configurable local persistent buffer account for dramatic reduction in query time.

Data integration can be complicated and time-consuming. Automation for data import and mapping using monitored server folders can automatically process incoming content, map it to RDF, and write directly to a semantic database of choice.

Melody K. Smith

Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in thesaurus, ontology, and taxonomy creation and metadata application.