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Over the last few years the talk about search engine optimisation has given way to hype about semantic search.

The challenge with semantics is always context. Any useful form of semantic search would have to consider the context of a given search request. At a minimum, the following context variables are relevant: industry, organisation, product line, scientific discipline, project, geography. When this context is known, a semantic search engine can realistically tackle the following use cases:

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