Parsalyzer is our new grammatical analysis application designed to perfect advance search technology
(PRWEB) April 2, 2009
Granada, Spain March 23, 2009-- MTC Soft, a software company based in Granada, Spain has been selected by the WWW 2009 Conference as one of 26 developers-track participants from around the world to present their proposed contributions to the future of the World Wide Web. The 18th annual World Wide Web Conference is scheduled for April 20-24, 2009 in Madrid, Spain. This invitation to address the international WWW Conference is a first for Andalusian software developers.
"Parsalyzer is our new grammatical analysis application designed to perfect advance search technology," says Fernando Moreno-Torres, CEO of MTC Soft and promoter of their new language parser for search use. He adds, "We're honored to be invited to present it before this forum, where we'll be speaking from the same podium as top experts from the research departments of companies like HP, Yahoo, Google, Telefonica and Microsoft, as well as leading universities worldwide."
The WWW annual conferences have traditionally highlighted technological advances which have gone on to make important contributions to the future of the Internet.
Parsalyzer is based on a new departure in linguistic analysis originally developed for VICTOR Translator, MTC Soft's automatic translator application, by a veteran translator with the European Commission in Brussels. "When we began to see the results we were achieving with the beta version of the VICTOR Translator," says Moreno-Torres, "it occurred to me that the same parsing engine might be applied to problems related to search technology."
He adds, "The reason that search engines return so many erroneous and irrelevant replies is that they are only reading the words in the documents searched, not the sense of the words. Our Parsalyzer linguistic analysis application changes all that. Now search engines will be able to eliminate a great percentage of irrelevant search engine results pages (SERPs), making the desired relevant results much more accessible."
MTC Soft, founded in Granada in the early 90's, originally developed management software for Spanish notary offices, and later property registrars. In recent years they have diversified into other, more-general business applications such as document management and automatic translation. They are also active internationally, implanting their software solutions for public administration in Latin America and the Maghreb.