The InfoLibrarian software™ is a true framework that provides industry leading flexibility and power. Open and re-usable components allow you to integrate just about any kind of information asset within the flexible and highly scale-able metadata repository.
The InfoLibrarian software™ is bundled with world class comprehensive product documentation.
The InfoLibrarian software™ is a Windows based product designed and built to run on the following platforms.
InfoLibrarian software™ is bundled with all the features you would expect from a metadata solution. The following is a list of just some of the key features.
Here of some of the big benefits you will get immediately using InfoLibrarian software™.
The InfoLibrarian™ Object Modeler
The Object Modeler allows you to identify anything that you want documented and define it. Additionally you can organize it the way you want. Think of it as having the ability to define templates for the metadata you
want to manage in your environment. Build your own meta-model with no code or repository modifications. For example, you can create objects that represent:
One scenario would be to create an object and its properties in the Object Modeler™, then use the InfoLibrarian™ Excel loader template or import wizards to populate the object in the repostitory, giving you the power to essentially build your own custom meta-model.
InfoLibrarian™ enables you to easily capture, define and map your business metadata. Automatically displaying and categorizing it in the portal with terminology that is already familiar to your users.
You can define or import business terms and rules from various other tools. With a few clicks, business terms can be mapped to technical metadata using the terms mapping tool. You can also define subject areas and map those to the business terms that will be auto-generated in the portal.
The built-in InfoLibrarian Visual Mapper™ tool allows you to associate objects or defines hierarchies and categories of objects, build subject areas, and link documents. The portal automatically graphically materializes the subject areas you define, and provides the users with the ability to drill through the hierarchies to the finest level of detail. Subject areas are presented in the portal graphically.
InfoLibrarian™ enables you to define the vocabulary and rules for documenting the semantics of business vocabularies, business facts, and business rules
in order to enable a complete business representation made by and for business people.
Thesauri for information retrieval are typically constructed by information specialists, and have their own unique vocabulary defining different kinds of terms and relationships:
Terms are the basic semantic units for conveying concepts. They are usually single-word nouns, since nouns are the most concrete part of speech. Verbs can be converted to nouns – "cleans" to "cleaning", "reads" to "reading", and so on. Adjectives and adverbs, however, seldom convey any meaning useful for indexing. When a term is ambiguous, a “scope note” can be added to ensure consistency, and give direction on how to interpret the term. Not every term needs a scope note, but their presence is of considerable help in using a thesaurus correctly and reaching a correct understanding of the given field of knowledge.
Term relationships are links between terms. These relationships can be divided into three types: hierarchical, equivalency or associative.
InfoLibrarian™ provides a set of rich features for thesauri management capabilities.
InfoLibrarian™ enables you build on your business metadata and develop and maintain enterprise business taxonomies.
InfoLibrarian™ Semantics and Taxonomy Management
Ingest, manage and present metadata with the InfoLibrarian Metadata Management Framework™.
Includes all features for Metadata Itegration,
Business Metadata, Custom Metadata, Taxonomies and Lineage.
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