Wednesday, May 12, 2010

The Information Continuum and the Three Types of Subtly Semi-Structured Information | Kellblog

Insightful analysis from Dave Kellogg; read the full post 

We generally refer to MarkLogic Server as an XML server, which is a special-purpose database management system (DBMS) for unstructured information.  This often sparks debate about the term “unstructured” and the information continuum in general.  Surprisingly, while both analysts and vendors frequently discuss the concept, the Wikipedia entry for information continuum is weak, and I couldn’t easily find a nice picture of it, so I decided to make my own.

The Information Continuum and the Three Types of Subtly Semi-Structured Information | Kellblog

Post a Comment