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From Marie Wallace <marie.wall...@ie.ibm.com>
Subject FYI: New UIMA Development Environment available on Alphaworks -- LanguageWare Resource Workbench
Date Mon, 29 Sep 2008 12:47:43 GMT

Hello all,

My apologies for the wide broadcast, however I wanted to let everyone know
of a new development environment that is now available on Alphaworks. It is
an Eclipse Workbench that allows you to create UIMA Annotators without
writing a line of code (for the lazy folks like me that don't want to
bother ;-)  We have also uploaded a Demonstrator that contains a lot of
dictionaries, rules, UIMA pipelines, etc. that you can use to bootstrap
your development process, and some instructional videos to get you
up-and-running.

I would love to hear your feedback and hopefully it may prove to be useful
for some of you.

Below is the announcement:


   This week, the IBM® LanguageWare®  team announces the availability of an
   innovative LanguageWare NLP development environment, the "IBM
   LanguageWare Resource Workbench". This Workbench, which will be
   delivered with a Demonstrator that contains a comprehensive set of
   language and domain models across English, Spanish, Portuguese, German,
   Arabic, and Japanese, brings a new and exciting way of building
   high-performance text analysis applications to the market, using
   LanguageWare's unique example-based visualization techniques and
   patented parsing technology. The Demonstrator gives customers a
   pre-built set of analyzers - spanning healthcare, law enforcement,
   finance, legal, and pharma domains - on which they can build their own
   LanguageWare UIMA Analyzers. Also provided is a set of instructional
   videos to help get customers up-and-running.

   All this is now available at no charge for evaluation and prototyping
   purposes, under the terms and conditions of the IBM International
   License Agreement for Early Release of Programs, on IBM alphaWorks at:
   http://alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/lrw.

   LanguageWare now also provides Domain Modelling and Integration Services
   to help IBM's customers and partners successfully exploit LanguageWare's
   text analysis capabilities. IBM LanguageWare consultants are ready to
   work with customers to develop the necessary domain extraction models
   specifically tailored to their business requirements, and provide
   integration support for IBM products, including IBM Content Analyzer,
   IBM Entity Analytics, IBM Global Name Recognition, IBM Lotus®
   Connections, IBM Lotus Notes®, IBM OmniFind, IBM InfoSphere Warehouse,
   and others.

   IBM, LanguageWare, Lotus, and Lotus Notes are registered trademarks of
   International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other
   countries, or both.

   InfoSphere and OmniFind are trademarks of International Business
   Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.

   Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service
   marks of others.

Regards,
Marie
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Marie Wallace
Senior Manager, IBM LanguageWare
Office: +353-1-815-3687 (Tieline: 7513687)
Mobile: +353-86-3805-482
E-mail: marie.wallace@ie.ibm.com

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