(Semantic core technology + General Topics Mission Linguistic Package or National Security / Intelligence Mission Linguistic Package)
Natural Language Processor (NLP) is a sophisticated Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) Natural Language Processing/Understanding (NLP/NLU) software suite which enables an organization to process textual content and autogenerate sophisticated metadata to organize, discover, and explore information and power analytic tools.
*NLP and some mission linguistic packages are available in select foreign languages. Details available upon request.
Product pricing available on request
The Studio training program is designed to train individuals with NLP and Studio-related duties and responsibilities, including knowledge engineers, knowledge managers, and analysts, as well as personnel who oversee these individuals and functions within an organization. The training program consists of four courses tailored to the students’ Studio roles and responsibilities. Maximum class size for all levels is ten students for in-person classes and three students for online classes.
Intended for individuals who require a high-level understanding of NLP and Studio technology, capabilities, components and workflow. Prerequisite: None. Length: Half-day (Three and a half hours training time). Included with purchase of Studio IDE.
The foundational Studio training course intended for individuals who will be responsible for developing categorization and/or extraction projects. Provides training on Studio basic skills to build on a foundation linguistic project, create and modify categorization and basic extraction rules, and test projects. Prerequisite: None. Length: Ten days (Seventy-hours training time). Included with purchase of Studio IDE.
An intermediate course for individuals who will be responsible for developing more complex categorization projects and/or extraction projects. Provides training on Studio intermediate skills to build on a foundation linguistic project, create and modify more advanced categorization and extraction rules, and fine-tune projects. Prerequisite: successful completion of the Level One course. Length: Five-15 days (35-105 hours training time). Price will be determined by client requirements.
A fully customized advanced course designed to meet the specific requirements of the client. Studio level three is for individuals who will be responsible for independently designing and building highly complex categorization and extraction projects from project creation to deployment. Prerequisite: successful completion of the Level One and Level Two courses. Length: Five-15 days (35-105 hours training time). Price will be determined by client requirements.
The Studio classroom training is reinforced through a Studio Help Desk. Students will be provided information on how to contact and request follow-on Studio support and advice from the Help Desk.
ESUSA offers several “out-of-the-carton” specialty mission linguistic packages (which include entity extraction and taxonomies for document categorization). Their development is driven by customer demand and they can augment the foundational General Topics mission linguistic package. These specialty mission linguistic packages can be adjusted and tuned based on each customer’s unique information domain and mission needs.
|General Topics||1,149-category* mission linguistic package focused on categorizing text. It incorporates the International Press & Telecommunication Council’s (IPTC) Subject Codes and includes extractions of standard entities** and academic institutions.|
|National Security / Intelligence||698-category mission linguistic package addressing national security topics, emphasizing arms, intelligence, internal security and critical infrastructure sectors. It includes standard entities and custom entities such as military ships and facilities, academic institutions, geographic coordinates and grid references.|
|Finance||196-category mission linguistic package focused on the financial and economic sectors including financial transactions and stock markets. This package includes both standard entities and finance-specific entities.|
|Geography||250-category mission linguistic package that categorizes documents to the country level based on mentions of locations within each country. The taxonomy also includes U.S. states and U.K. constituent countries. This package includes standard entities, as well custom entities for geographic coordinates and grid references.|
|Crime||80-category mission linguistic package built to classify criminal activity. This package includes standard entity extractions.|
|Emotions and Behaviors||79-category mission linguistic package classifying emotion and behavior-related categories. This package includes standard entity extractions.|
* A category refers to a single node within a taxonomy that is used as a classification label for documents that have shared characteristics.
** Standard entities include people, organizations, locations, email and physical addresses, phone numbers, URLs, and social media information.