Harry Schultz in Press Release on April 15, 2008
Digital Reasoning Partnership Receives $4.2 Million in New Federal Funding
Companies collaborate to deliver next generation of analyst support tools
Brentwood, Tennessee – April 15, 2008 – Digital Reasoning Systems, Inc., the intelligence-software innovator, today announced the receipt of a new task order for $4.2 million to be shared with two other collaborating companies.
Digital Reasoning Systems, based in Tennessee, is partnering with ATS Intelligent Discovery and Topia Technology, both from Washington. The task order was awarded to the technology [...]
Harry Schultz in Press Release on March 12, 2008
BRENTWOOD, Tennessee – Feb. 5, 2008 – “ Digital Reasoning Systems, Inc., the software innovator, today announced the recent release of GeoLocator, version 2.1.
GeoLocator is a precision-based tool that extracts populated places from unstructured text (i.e emails, instant messages, and other documents) and returns the extracted locations with their respective geo-coordinates.
“With the release of GeoLocator v2.1 we are taking the lead in creating a flexible, scalable, and reliable geotagging solution for government and commercial users”, said Tim Estes, [...]
Dave Danielson in Blog on October 4, 2008
At Digital Reasoning, we apply advanced algorithms to solve both problems without sacrificing quality. In fact, because the software builds its models of meaning from the data and understands concepts – the end product is better information.
Posted by in Blog on July 10, 2008
There are two possible outcomes:
if the result confirms the hypothesis, then you’ve made a measurement.
If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you’ve made a discovery.
A couple of years ago we started a process of programming that was very different than anything I’ve seen in the last 15 years or so that I’ve been at it. We had a challenge given to us to produce a geographical location service built upon our entity extraction [...]
Harry Schultz in Blog on July 9, 2008
Matthew Russell, Director of Advanced Technology, joined Digital Reasoning in October of 2007 and has been making an impact since day one. A talented and dedicated programmer, Matthew’s long hours and creative energy have been focused on improving the Interceptor user interface, architecting web applications and devising innovative ways to embed the company’s core technology platform into commercial products .
It has been a busy year for Matthew. Despite the relocation to Nashville and devoting countless hours to the work [...]
Posted by in Blog on June 24, 2008
“I personally think we developed language because of our deep inner need to complain.” Jane Wagner
When it comes to most text analytical tools the only measures given are recall and precision. Some may tie them up nicely and appropriately in the f-measure which is simply the harmonic mean of those two numbers. Usually the discussion of quality ends there and you are quickly whisked off into discussions of functionality, user interface and processing speed. As I wrote before there [...]
Harry Schultz in Blog on June 15, 2008
Congrats to our friend and colleague Matthew Russell on the publication of his new O’Reilly book, “Dojo: The Definitive Guide”.