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To find something you need to describe it. The only way you can express your desires in writing is in words.

For the sake of convenience we decided that on the word-per-word level, any language is about 58-59 percent nouns, 20 percent verbs and 20 percent adjectives. Except for prepositions, conjunctions, interjections, pronouns and other parts of speech that make up the remaining 1-2 percent, the rest of the language is a combination of these three dominant elements (or can be reduced to them).

At the same time, if you analyze a language from the standpoint of the most popular common denominator, a sentence would win out as the smallest yet most widespread unit of a document. A sentence, of course, consists mostly of nouns, verbs and adjectives.

Somehow this elementary school grammar has been overlooked when the foundations of modern search technology were developed. LexiClone found sticking with language grammar-based mechanisms of information encoding is the most efficient way to make search software more efficient.

LexiClone establishes all possible combinations of nouns, verbs and adjectives for each sentence. LexiClone scientists call these combinations "triads". (Actually, a triad is a smallest possible "key" phrase/"kernel" sentence/predicative definition from a sentence.) Early on LexiClone scientists have found that each individual has a unique spin on the language: one possesses a unique combination of "key" phrases that reflects the person's educational, cultural background and psychological type.

For LexiClone purposes this means that an individual manner of speaking and thinking is summarized by about 700 "key" phrases unique to a given individual. Meaning that our lingual self-expression is as unique as a fingerprint, but can be measured, categorized and therefore imitated. LexiClone therefore operates on the assumption that end user's summary of "key" phrases gives it enough information on how that end user thinks to go and search for textual information. In other words, LexiClone puts end users' questions search requests into the context of how these end users see the world. This new approach to search makes LexiClone the ONLY true search mechanism ever built.

The actions of LexiClone software while performing a search are summarizing all of the document's triads into a document's summary, and matching that document's summary with end user's "key"-phrase-based profile to establish relevance. As a result of this exercise, LexiClone typically offers the end user THE result.

With these being the parameters LexiClone uses for searches, it is easy to see how computers have easier time analyzing documents and finding satisfactory results for end users when running LexiClone software. LexiClone can process any number of documents in a database, given it has an end user's profile to cross reference its findings with. As a result of a LexiClone search, top findings are documents with the highest number of subjects that yield the most triad matches.

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