Perfect Search Opens Access to Google Patent Repository

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Perfect Search Corp., an online search innovator, recently indexed the Google Patent collection assembled by ArnoldIT.com from open sources.

Google's technology disclosures are too important to be hidden behind complex systems and often unreasonable costs. ArnoldIT.com wanted to change this situation with its new free service

Perfect Search Corp., http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/, an online search innovator, recently indexed the Google Patent collection assembled by ArnoldIT.com from open sources.

In indexing the patent collection, Perfect Search's technology exhibited fast response, an index of the more than 450 Google USPTO patent documents and hot links to PDFs of the documents.

The Google patent search system, a service of Arnold Information Technology, is available for tests at http://arnoldit.perfectsearchcorp.com/.

"The Google Patent Demonstration illustrates the versatility of the Perfect Search system. Response time is fast, precision and recall are excellent, and access to Google's inventions is painless," Tim Stay, CEO of Perfect Search, said.

"Our tests of the Perfect Search system revealed remarkable content processing speed. Our tests revealed that the Google patent corpus was indexed in less than two minutes. Precision and recall, plus query processing time, were quite good. Perfect Search's technology warrants a close look," Arnold, managing director of ArnoldIT.com, said.

Arnold explained that there is a growing interest in search and in Google. "I wanted to make my Google patent document collection available with a search and retrieval engine that allowed one-click access to the full patent document," he said. "Perfect Search was one of the first vendors of advanced information retrieval to express interest in this project."

Now users anywhere in the world can examine Google's patent documents without the headaches created by broad patent collection systems from commercial vendors like Derwent or governmental entities like the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

"Google's technology disclosures are too important to be hidden behind complex systems and often unreasonable costs. ArnoldIT.com wanted to change this situation with its new free service," Arnold said.

Perfect Search's software uses semantic technology and allows clients to index and search massive data sets with near real-time incremental indexing at high speeds without latency. It is meant to augment the Google Search Appliance.

Perfect Search technology, explained in depth at http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/technology-benefits, provides a very economical single-server solution for customers to index files and documents and can add the capability of indexing large amounts of database information as well.

"Perfect Search delivers excellent content processing and query processing speed without the hardware imposing the often onerous server requirements needed to make certain data management systems usable," Arnold said in his analysis of the company's products.

About Perfect Search
Perfect Search is a software innovation company that specializes in development of search solutions. A total of eight patents have been applied for around the developing technology. The suite of search products at http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/our-products is available on multiple platforms, from small mobile devices, to single servers, to large server farms. For more information visit http://www.perfectsearchcorp.com/, call +1.801.437.1100 or e-mailinfo (at) perfectsearchcorp (dot) com.

About ArnoldIT.com

Stephen E. Arnold monitors search, content processing, text mining and related topics from his high-tech nerve center in rural Kentucky. He tries to winnow the goose feathers from the giblets. He works with colleagues worldwide to make this Web log useful to those who want to go "beyond search". Contact him at sa [at] arnoldit.com. For more information about Arnold IT, contact Stuart Schram, chief technology officer, at (502) 228-1966. The company's Web site is http://arnoldit.com, and the Beyond Search blog is at http://arnoldit.com/wordpress/.

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