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Building the Unstructured Data Warehouse: Architecture, Analysis, and Design by Krish Krishnan, W. H. Inmon

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Inventorying and Linking Text

Most companies have a wealth of unstructured textual information. There are documents of many kinds found in many places: reports, articles, spreadsheets, contracts, and so on. Intuitively, the organization knows that it ought to be doing something with these documents. Trying to find a document six months after it was written is no small task. Trying to gather documents for a cost justification or for litigation support is not trivial. Most corporations have never even attempted to manage their corporate documents. Yet some of the most valuable information the corporation has is found in documents. Documents are like small minnows in the water - they keep multiplying and they are slippery to catch.

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