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Tika in Action,9781935182856

Tika in Action

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9781935182856

ISBN10:
1935182854
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/8/2011
Publisher(s):
Oreilly & Associates Inc
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Summary

The information trapped in text files, PDFs, and other digital content isa valuable information asset that can be very difficult to discover anduse. Apache Tika is an open source toolkit that makes it easy for searchengines, content management systems and other applications to detectand extract content from digital documents in all major file formats. Tika in Action is a hands-on guide for developers working with searchengines, content management systems and other similar applicationswho want to exploit the information locked in digital documents. Itintroduces the world of mining text and binary documents as well asother information sources. The book shows where Tika fits within thislandscape and how readers can use Tika to build and extendapplications. The book's many case studies give real-world experiencefrom domains ranging from search engines to digital asset managementand scientific data processing.


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