ThingFinder: Core Concepts and Customization
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BOZ260 - TA225 -ThingFinder: Core Concepts and Customization
This course is designed to give learners the comprehensive skills and indepth knowledge needed to understand entity extraction concepts and ThingFinder application functionality. Learners should take this course to learn how ThingFinder processes entity extraction requests, to create name catalogs and to develop custom rules using the Custom Grouper User Language in the ThingFinder Workbench.
The business benefit of this course is that users will be able to efficiently and effectively use the ThingFinder application to perform entity extraction. They will be able to design their own name catalogs and custom ThingFinder rules.
Part 1 Core Concepts Section
Introduction to Text Analytics
Define Text Analytics
Identify the importance of facts.
Demonstrate how facts are used in Text Analytics.
Introduction to Entity Extraction and ThingFinder
Define entity extraction.
Describe challenges in entity extraction.
Define ThingFinder rule writing capabilities.
Describe the high-level ThingFinder architecture.
Identify the ThingFinder operations.
Describe the high-level ThingFinder process.
Understanding Entity Selection
Describe the difference between named and common entities.
Identify pre-defined ThingFinder entity types.
Describe key concept underlying entity identification.
Exploring Rule Packs
Identify elements of ThingFinder Rule Packs.
Performing Post Processing
Describe the post processing features: conjecturing, relevance ranking, aliasing and normalization to ISO standards.
Demystifying ThingFinder Output
Identify and describe key ThingFinder output elements.Part 2 Customization Section
Introduction to Customization
Determine if customization is needed.
Describe the configuration files that can be modified.
Identify what ThingFinder Workbench is.
Describe major features of ThingFinder Workbench.
Name Catalogs Concepts
Define name catalog.
Identify name catalog elements.
Creating Name Catalogs with ThingFinder Workbench
Identify steps to create a name catalog using ThingFinder Workbench.
Describe process for compiling a name catalog using ThingFinder Workbench.
Define how to test a name catalog using ThingFinder Workbench.
Creating Name Catalogs using a Text Editor
Identify the process for creating name catalogs using a text editor.
Define the syntax elements of the name catalog compiler (ncc) command line.
Introduction to CGUL Language
Describe high-level rule writing process.
Describe how to use Markup in the rule writing process.
A Simple Rule Example
Demonstrate the steps in creating a rule using the Graphical Editor and the Text Editor.
CGUL Building Blocks
Describe the key elements used to write CGUL rules.
Define the components of tokens.
#define (aka Character Patterns)
Describe the purpose and use of the #define directive.
Token Groups and Subgroups
Describe token groups and subgroups.
Demonstrate how to define token groups and subgroups.
Defining Lexicons (AKA Wordlists)
Demonstrate how to use lexicons in TF Workbench.
Identify purpose of scope.
Describe how to use scope syntax.
Identify purpose of the paragraph filter.
Describe how to use the paragraph filter.
Identify the expression markers that are used in CGUL.
CGUL Syntax Miscellany
Describe the use of block markers in CGUL.
Identify the format and use of Key/Value pairs.
Describe use of Character Classifiers.
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