Sophia Search

Smart access to information

Sophia Search is a search engine based on ontology. It is specialised in semantic analysis for the interpretation of information from texts and in the classification of texts and documents.

Sophia Search permits the understanding of texts, as well as the identification and classification of all relevant items (brands, products, people, places, actions, concepts, …). All Sophia Search results are available through standard interfaces to enable interrogation by third parties.

Sophia Search includes a classification engine that provides strong support to the classification of texts and documents as well as to the navigation of document archives and knowledge bases.

Sophia Search uses property resources (lexical, morphological, semantic networks) and market resources, especially ontology and open words, enabling interoperability at the semantic level thanks to a set of data made available by other parties, such as Civil Services (Open Data) or online semantic repositories such as DBPedia.

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The analysis pipeline of Sophia Semantic Search is demonstrated in five steps as it allows the system to recognise the meaning of a text (as a sequence of characters) and identify semantic elements such as Concepts, Entities and Relations:

In conjunction with this organisation of the pipeline analysis (which works on independent documents), Sophia Search is able to fulfil a deep text analysis on the entire work: