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categorization

[‚kad·ə·gə·rə′zā·shən]
(computer science)
Process of separating multiple addressed messages to form individual messages for singular addresses.
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It quickly became apparent that the technology was very powerful and could categorize massive amounts of information, do it in a very short time span, and attain accuracy levels greater than could be expected from even the best of file clerks.
The software did not successfully categorize all documents.
In addition, the exploding volume of electronic documents makes it almost impossible to classify and categorize the information contained in many unstructured documents.
According to Andrews, Balla, and Harty (1999), "The key to Autonomy's power is its ability to extract the meaning from almost any piece of text, allowing it to automatically analyze, categorize, and deliver information.
1 further analyzes each file in depth using ContentProtect's award-winning and patent-pending dynamic analysis engine which identifies potentially objectionable files and categorizes them into one or more of 28 different content categories, ranging from Pornography or Adult/Mature to Sports and Travel.
Categorization - ContentCleanup scans and categorizes files into file types: History, Cookies, Documents, or Temporary Internet files; as well as 28 different content categories, ranging from Adult/Mature to Sports and Travel.
Information technology (IT) publisher TechTarget announced today the launch of TechTarget Magnifier, a best-of-breed media program designed to enable IT marketers to categorize, prioritize, cultivate and deliver highly-actionable leads to their sales force immediately.
THE MTS TECHNIQUE categorizes client resources into three broad areas - money, time and skill - and sets priorities based on greatest scarcity among them.
New File Types -- ContentCleanup scans and categorizes all Internet-related files including images, video, audio, text, and program files.