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The Lemur Project develops search engines, browser toolbars, text analysis tools, and data resources that support research and development of information retrieval and text mining software, including the Indri search engine and ClueWeb09 dataset.337 weekly downloads
db4o is the world's leading open source object database for Java and .NET. Leverage fast native object persistence, ACID transactions, query-by-example, S.O.D.A object query API, automatic class schema evolution, small size (http://developer.db4o.com)45 weekly downloads
The volume of actual knowledge prevents people from applying it, because even the cleverest persons can not learn everything they need. Try to overturn this with idea of Just-In-Time Knowledge. Intelligent e-knowledge base engine provided.3 weekly downloads
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Set of cross-platform c++ frameworks including database API, XML support, abstracted database backends, report-writer, forms interface and graphing.
iMeMex is a dataspace management system. iMeMex is a research prototype. The package also provides several useful components for research such as external sorting, B+-trees, inverted indexes, content converters, query operators, and graph indexes.