Implemented it using SquareSpace, which I’ve found very easy to work with, though a bit quirky, which you get used to, and their customer support has been fantastic.
Here’s the new look (use Chrome or FireFox, there’s a problem with IE that SquareSpace is working to resolve.)
I’ve put together an article (http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/807414/Automating-Semantic-Mapping-of-a-Document-With-Nat) that discusses a couple options in visualizing the relationships between keywords and sentences of documents parsed by AlchemyAPI. Here’s a screenshot of “adjacent sentence keyword visualization”:
and one of the force directed graph “keyword association” visualization:
I have posted an article reviewing three NLP services, AlchemyAPI, OpenCalais, and Semantria. You can read more here.
Using AlchemyAPI, process and filter RSS feeds in the Higher Order Programming Environment. Article is here.
Coining a buzzword (if it hasn’t been coined already), n-tier development is in the past. D-Tier development is where we’re moving to. The “D” can mean either “distributed” or, more in line with what I’m thinking, the ‘d’ in the word “multidimensional”, or simply “Dimensional.”
Why? Because in an n-tier system, we still think of it fairly linearly: back-end, middle tier, and client-side, as one example. OK, each tier may be implemented on a physically separate system, but doesn’t need to be.
A D-Tier implementation consists of autonomous entities distributed across a variety of physical and virtual platforms and interconnected in multidimensional ways.
Another aspect of D-Tier development is the highly “dynamic” nature of a distributed, autonomous entity architecture. Entities can come and go, providing a continually changing environment of behavior that is tailored to the user’s needs.
Start rethinking your application development in the D-Tier paradigm.
Here’s a short video demonstrating some of the Membrane Computing features of the Higher Order Programming Environment.
An example screenshot illustrating the ability for carriers generated inside of one membrane to permeate out and into another membrane, if so configured.