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jeudi 4 septembre 2014

Google Maps as Proof of Concept for Google's Knowledge

Structured, Semi-structured, and Unstructured Data

Structured data are data that have been organized to allow identification and separation of the key (i.e., context) of the data from the content. Structured data can be understood by a computer or other machine. For example, consider a telephone number organized in the structure “TN:xxx-xxx-xxxx” where an “x” denotes a number. A computer-implemented process that encounters data organized in this format, such as “TN:212-864-6137″, can determine that the key for the data is a telephone number, and the value of the number is 212-864-6137.
Unstructured data
 are data that are not organized in a particular format and where ascertaining the context and content might be difficult.
Semi-structured data are data that are partially organized.

Data Related to Enterprises

The structure generation engine receives data related to enterprises local to a particular geographic region such as a city. An enterprise can be a “business, school, government office, non-profit organization and/or other similar entity.” These ended up including park, forests, golf courses, and more.
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