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March 19, 2006

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Jamie

Automatic categorisation is not automatic it requires expert resources. I have already reviewed Verity and Stratefy and am looking for other alternatives as I was very frustrated with the unpredictable nature of the results from these engines

Has anyone had any real success with aut-cat and not paid a fortune for it.

I have just read an interesting view of automatic classification on http://stream.framfab.com that seams to reflect what you say and my frustration.

http://stream.framfab.com/index.php?/weblog/comments/automatic_classification/

What about folksonomies as an alternative for metadata

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