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I was trying out some photos that had the HSBC example logo.  It matched ok, but it also matched 2 other logs seemingly incorrectly.   I'm guessing that the scores are relatively low for seemingly bad matches.

 

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/56859617

 

To help tell which match is which, color coding the boxes to the responsedata would be nice.   The coordinates help some, but that requires some translation. 

 

This same issue applies to face detection - it's not that easy to tell which face's data goes with which face.

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Today in on-premise IDOL, we do not have a mechanism to separate few IDOL instances for read and few for only writing. This way i can isolate incoming search queries from the indexation processes. This is achievable in most of the NoSQL databases like Mongodb.

It would be good to have data replication mechanism among IDOL instances to achieve this capability. This way we can have separate IDOL instances only for READ and only for WRITE

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Planned

Uday,

 

One of the aims of Haven OnDemand is to abstract away the underlying complex of the technology.

 

Our aim is to ensure that you do not need to consider the interaction between to the querytextindex and addtotextindex APIs in Haven OnDemand.

 

Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand team

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Clustering function

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by uday Level 3 on ‎05-05-2015 09:22

Hi,

 

Any idea when you provide clustering functionality of IDOL on premise would be available in IDOL on Demand.

I could see only related concepts. But we would like to make use of the clustering functionality which is available in IDOL on premise via IoD.

 

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Image Count

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by Murali_V Level 1 on ‎02-08-2015 08:25 - last edited on ‎02-08-2015 08:38 by Level 5

This is a use case that has practical use.  In manufacturing plants they get a truck loads of raw material that need to be counted manually. The current process is predominantly manual, time consuming and also inaacurate. As as example let me say a truck load of pipes. As simple use case if I take that all pipes of the same diameter, then given a sample image, it will be great take a photo and have the number of pipes counted. In fact with pipes of different diameter, it will be still great to have the number of pipes of different diameter counted. May be when trucks enter a manufacturing facility / plant if photos can be a automatically clicked and the count displayed on a small screen it will be all the more useful.

As a use case I would like to try this.  Would any API allow adding sample images to the database?

 

Thanks,

Murali

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@Murali_V

 

Thank you for taking time to provide your feedback. The particular use case you outline is likely to be hard to implement. We do however have a number of exciting updates planned that will allow developers to provide training for our Image Recognition techonology.

 

Regards

 

Jenn

Haven OnDemand team

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Just a thought coming out of untoward incidents in the airline industry.

 

There was a crowd-sourced initiative recently to figure out every inch of the global map on recognizing images to come to a location at last. I beleive this was done primarily out of the google maps satellites.

 

If we do come up with a way to access these image pixels(of course would need some forerunner program that can feed the image recognition api's - which I tried to access, but was not successful with), it might help narrow down a location or a single pixel in the map, and save time - it will speak a lot for the community at large.

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Hi Essen,

 

We have plans to open up our image technology for users to be able to training their own datasets, while the exactly scenario you outline may not be possible, it will allow your users to come up with new and interesting ways to use our image recognition technology.

 

We'll be sure to keep you updated when it is available.


Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand team

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It would be useful if the field names for things like DRETITLE and DREDATE and such were configured appropriately for title, date and maybe even reference fields with maybe a special text index flavor template for this use case.  

 

It would make trying out HOD so much easier when one is coming from IDOL on-premise.   On-premise CFS is doing lots of data manipulation where there appears to be ZERO equivalent of CFS in HOD right now.

 

 

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Under Review

@jb_hp

 

Thank you for your input. Developer feedback is important for the improvement of our platform. We collate and review feature requests at our regular planning sessions.

 

Jenn

Haven OnDemand Team

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Completed

QMS as service

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by uday Level 3 on ‎01-20-2015 02:56

Today IDOL QMS server provides capabilities to talk to agentstore to get the defined promotions before it goes fetches the data from content.

 

We need to have few services like publishing promotions as service as well as invoking these promotions as part of the QueryTextIndex service

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Completed

Hi Uday, 

 

A range of query manipulation functionality is now available in Haven OnDemand.  Be sure to check out the Create Query Profile API and the Query Manipulation Text Index Flavor.

 

Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand

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Planned

ClusterPartition function for IOD

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Planned
by Level 4 John Level 4 on ‎10-01-2014 03:29

I would like to suggest adding the existing 'ClusterPartition' IDOL function into IDOL On Demand. ClusterPartition allows a user to quickly cluster all the results of their query. 

 

As an analyst I would like to be able to quickly see how the results from my queries can be grouped into dofferent clusters based on their content. This enables me to discover unknown unknowns rather than relying on predefined notions of what is in the index.

From the IDOL 10.7 Help:

ClusterPartition

Clusters the results of a specified query into a specified number of clusters.

This type of clustering creates the specified number of clusters, and places all documents into a cluster. This method is faster than the ClusterSnapshot method.

Example

http://12.3.4.56:9000/action=ClusterPartition&DREQuery=Finance&NumResults=500&NumClusters=5

This action uses port 9000 to cluster the results of a query for the term Finance into five clusters. It returns 500 results for the query, and clusters all these results.

Parameters

Parameter Description Required

ActionIDA string to use to identify an ACI action. 
DREQueryThe query that you want to cluster results for.Yes
EncryptResponseEncrypt the IDOL Server output. 
FileNameThe file that IDOL Server writes output to. 
ForceTemplateRefreshForces IDOL Server to load the template from disk. 
NumClustersThe number of clusters to create.Yes
NumResultsThe number of query results to return and cluster.Yes
OutputWrites IDOL Server output to a file. 
ResponseFormatThe format of the action output. 
TemplateThe template to use for the action output. 
TemplateParamCSVsA list of variables to use for the specified template. 
UsernameThe name of the user performing the action. 

 

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Thanks John,

 

Cluster Partitioning is a feature we are looking to add in a future release of IDOL OnDemand.   We will be sure to update you when it is ready for use.

 

 Regards


Chris

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Summarization of Content

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by Quantubly New Member on ‎07-01-2015 08:42

Whilst ConceptExtraction gathers he occurance of words within a text, it doesn't highlight the more valuable sentances which is the first step to natural summarization of a blob of wordy data.

 

Would a feature be added that splits word data into sentances. Then for each sentance which has the occurance of words that would appear in the ConceptExtraction API a weighting could be given. It could be as simple as a score equivalent to the number of times a word appears in the document, and that number applied to each word in the sentance. For example;

 

These are the number of times each word occurs from the ConceptExtraction API;

Joe = 10

Cristoph = 12

Meg = 15

 

And a sentance in the doucment was;

Joe and Cristoph think Meg is tip top

 

Then that sentance would get a score of 37

 

This would allow me to pull, potentially, the more important sentances from a chunck of data.

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Under Review
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Under Review

Object Store API

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Under Review
by uday Level 3 on ‎04-08-2015 05:29

Hi,

 

Today we are using Object Store API to store the documents and uses the reference in IoD api's.

Once i store file in object store there is no way to delete the file.

 

Please let me know what other operations i can do on the file stored in object store.

It would be great if you provide us the methods to manage the file in object store like update and delete of the file

 

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Under Review

Hi uday,

 

Additional functionality around the store object API are planned for the long term future.

 

We'll be sure to update you as these plans progress.


Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand team

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Handwriting detection

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by Vasu Level 2 on ‎05-19-2014 02:54

Similar to OCR for printed text, provide handwriting text recognition. 

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Vasu,

Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback.

We are currently planning a number of refinements to OCR; at this time they are focused around printed text. Handwritten text identification that is of sufficient quality is at the cutting edge of OCR technology and therefore we currently plan to wait for this technology to evolve perform introducing into IDOL OnDemand.

Kind Regards
Chris

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Under Review

Sentiment analysis - fine tuning.

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Under Review
by Essen Level 2 on ‎09-12-2014 08:32

The sentiment analysis works as best as the dictionary supports. But this will never be the case in real time application, particularly with the social media. It might also differ from one geography to the other. How about opening up keyword mapping to the specific geographic community, controlled by a moderator. This would end up with a very rich and accurate analysis of sentiments, and can be targeted at varying geographies as well.

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Under Review

Essen,

 

Thank you for taking the time to provide your suggestion. 

 

We are looking at option to introduce customisation to the Sentiment Analysis APis, but have not finalised this plans at present.

 

We'll be sure to update you when we have more details.


Regards

 

Chris

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Planned

HP IDOl OnDemand libraries

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Planned
by Monu New Member on ‎07-27-2014 12:01

Hi,

 

Would love see some of the naive starandad librarbies based on the language to support the api calls. For example if a ruby developer finds a HPIDOL gem, then he could directly work on the project with out struggeling with the api. 

 

Thanks.

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Planned
Monu, Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. Our Experts are currently working on providing some sample libraries for a number of languages. The first being targetted at Javascript. We'll be sure to let you know when these are available. Regards Chris
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NativeSDK

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by khunshan Level 3 on ‎10-14-2014 06:38

Like a guy talked of Ruby.

 

A dedicated iOS SDK either close source or open source. What if we send calls like Sentiment Analysis locally? I know it will change the idea of "cloud". But the idea of "handheld phones" is not bad either.

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Hi Khunshan,

 

Thank you for take the time to provide your feedback.


HP does provide a significant part of the functionality from Haven OnDemand for OEM purpose through license agreements.  If you have an interest we can put you in contract with our Enterprise Sales team.

 

Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand team

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Image Count

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Under Review
by Murali_V Level 1 on ‎02-08-2015 08:48

This is a use case that has practical use.  In manufacturing plants they get a truck loads of raw material that need to be counted manually. The current process is predominantly manual, time consuming and also inaacurate. As as example let me say a truck load of pipes. As simple use case if I take that all pipes of the same diameter, then given a sample image, it will be great take a photo and have the number of pipes counted. In fact with pipes of different diameter, it will be still great to have the number of pipes of different diameter counted. May be when trucks enter a manufacturing facility / plant if photos can be a automatically clicked and the count displayed on a small screen it will be all the more useful.

As a use case I would like to try this.  Would any API allow adding sample images to the database?

 

Thanks,

Murali

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Under Review

Hi Murali,

 

We are looking to add training API for our image recognition.   We will be sure to update you as our plans progress.

 

Regards

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand

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Completed

IoD on HP Public Cloud

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Completed
by uday Level 3 on ‎02-10-2015 01:54

I was told that IoD is installed on HP Public cloud. HP Public cloud is globally deployed in 2 data centers Virginia and the other in Nevada both are part of United States. 

 

Doesn't IoD services response affect when customers from other part (non-US) of the world are consuming these services over net ?

In these situations, how does IoD ensures the SLA of any service response ?

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Completed

Haven OnDemand is now deployed in Europe, and has capabilities to extend to a number of globally distributed geographies as required by customers.

 

Chris

Haven OnDemand team.

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Shape detection

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by Vasu Level 2 on ‎05-19-2014 02:53
  • Similar to OCR, provide shape detection (both handwritten as well as printed). Sub-features include detection of the line thickness, shape color, shape fill, confidence score of match. If no shape is identified, then either extract the shape as-is (along with making the background transparent) or creating a free form line drawing to approximately fit the shape. Output could be in SVG format
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Not at this Time

@Vasu Thank you for your idea, this functionality is not currently planned at this time. 

 

Regards,

 

Jenn

Developer Community Manager

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Under Review
Hi, I have been working with the ImageServer component which is behind the OCR API for a while now. For OCR it offers the capability to split the response by line, word or character. I have several ideas where this information would be really helpful - and I'm probably not the only one. So could you expose those options to the API? Almost as important: Please expose the confidence score ImageServers analyze function on the API! Cheers, Sebastian
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Sebastian,

Thank you for providing your feedback.

As part of our August and September releases we are planning a number of refinements to our OCR functionality and are certainly looking at how we can introduce the functionality you mention. We’ll be sure to update you further as we get closer to the August release.

Kind Regards
Chris

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Open

Entity extraction - french companies ...

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Open
by Meekk New Member on ‎07-15-2016 05:59

Hi, 

 

I'm french and would like to get frenc companies with the entity extraction API.

I also would like to retrive VAT number and SIRET number.

 

Thanks.

Meekk

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