I have installed SQL 2012 and followed all of the steps to configure semantic search on text documents stored in file tables. The initial tests I've run seem somewhat promising, and I'm looking for more information or training in this area.
Our immediate need is to do analysis on incoming documents which, based on similar historical documents, will make it easier and more reliable for us to predict workflow routing options. We do something similar today with a different technology, but
feel it might make sense to migrate that process to use SQL Semantic Search capabilities.
Can someone point me at resources or training options in this arena specific to SQL Server? I've only managed to find about two documents and a Codeplex project thus far, which don't take me any further than where I am now.
In SQL Server, the statistical Semantic Search feature provides deep insight into unstructured documents stored in SQL Server databases by extracting and indexing statistically relevant key phrases. You can find more information as well as demo from the
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