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Turning Text into Gold: Taxonomies and Textual Analytics by Bill Inmon

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12: Stage 2 Processing

For many kinds of text, Stage 1 textual disambiguation is sufficient to create meaningful data and achieve sufficient results. In some cases, though, a complex sentence structure must be accommodated and data must be restructured so that it is in a more recognizable format. In these cases, a second stage called “secondary inference processing” can be helpful.

Here we see that the output from textual disambiguation is passed through a secondary process, producing another, refined set of output:

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There are three typical kinds of text that require secondary processing: sentiment analysis, negativity analysis, and medical records. ...

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