This is the fifth and final article in a series discussing various aspects of unstructured data.

Previous articles in this series have discussed methods for accessing, navigating and organizing collections of documents. Initially, we discussed how enterprise search has expanded to incorporate techniques that improve the effectiveness of locating and retrieving documents. We followed up with a review of classification techniques that aim to change the paradigm by organizing documents so the user can quickly navigate to the desired information. In this, the final article of our series, we will discuss "discovery systems." These systems are designed to automatically identify important relationships and trends within documents.

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