Mímir: Multiparadigm Indexing and Retrieval
Concept search, full-text search and annotation structure search in one scaleable index: "Mímir is a multi-paradigm information management index and repository which can be used to index and search over text, annotations, semantic schemas (ontologies), and semantic meta-data (instance data). It allows queries that arbitrarily mix full-text, structural, linguistic and semantic queries and that can scale to gigabytes of text. A typical semantic annotation project deals with large quantities of data of different kinds. Mímir provides a framework for implementing indexing and search functionality across all these data types."
- a users and implementors guide
- an example query session
- a few simple demos
- a short explanatory/demo video
You can spin up a ready-to-run virtual server with GATE Mímir installed on GATECloud.net, and create indices using cloud processing time.
GATE Mímir is open source software, released under the GNU Lesser General Public Licence 3.0, with the source code hosted at SourceForge. We do not supply ready-built binaries as there are too many possible deployment configurations. Instead we encourage you to download the sources and build your own binaries. For recent release versions we provide archives of the entire source tree on our SourceForge downloads page. If you require an older release, or want to try out the current trunk version (unstable), then you will need to use a subversion client to check out the appropriate source directory, e.g. svn checkout http://svn.code.sf.net/p/gate/code/mimir/trunk for the trunk. You can browse our subversion repository to find out which URL to use for your checkout command.