Mightest Logic - UniSearch


UNISEARCH: AN INTRODUCTION

Problem
Currently the Internet is not User-friendly. The quantity of information on the Internet doubles every four months, yet Users cannot find what they really want.

Solution
UniSearch search vehicles use innovative logic to surmount the problems of search engines extant on the Internet market - they address sufficiently and effectively individual User's needs.

Methodology
The Triad: Nouns-Verbs-Adjectives. The Unisearch methodology is grounded on the matching procedure of the nouns-verbs-adjectives. Triads taken from the User's "search text" and profile to the nouns-verbs-adjectives Triads from Standardized Internet items.

User Interface
Users are organized into "Families". A "Family" is an community of Users with similar profiles.

Internet Interface
The items on the Internet - e.g., sites, newsgroups - are constructed in "Countries", "Cities", etc. according to similarity in their profiles.

Greater Convenience, Greater Accuracy
Associations of profiles - "Families ", " Countries ", "Cities", etc. - allow the program to employ the search vehicles that will reliably distill an ever-expanding pool of objects, words, and numbers into a flow of the most precious information: the information User wants.

Commercial Implications
Unisearch and its text-retrieval-and-delivery-purchases services UniZone, UniDesk, UniPublishing, etc. will bring Personalized Information to Users and Service Providers.

 
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KEYWORD-DRIVEN SEARCH ENGINES
DOMINATE INTERNET MARKET

Currently, there are dozens of search engines
that attempt to guide User to Internet locations
containing something that User wants to access.
All of the extant search engines (e.g., Yahoo, AltaVista, Hotbot, Excite, Google) use a similar method to connect User with to desired content: User enters a few key words or a sentence*  which characterizes a subject, and the search engine seeks out locations - i.e., Web sites and newsgroups - where the key words can be found.
Extant search engines seek Internet locations only by the keywords entered in the search
A great number of search engines on the market compete for User attention and advertising dollars. Although currently there is seeming plurality of search engines, they all are designed on similar grounds and therefore have yielded similarly inconsistent search results.
Consumer attention and advertising dollars are currently spread thin among several keyword-driven search engines. There is no personal approach to Users.
*Altavista prompts User to enter a complete, interrogative sentence ("Ask Altavista a question"); however, the search engine uses only the key words within User-posed question to perform the search. Hence, despite its User-friendly "Question and Answer" interface, AltaVista's searching capabilities are equivalent to that of its competitors.

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CURRENT INTERNET KEYWORD-DRIVEN SEARCH ENGINES

The lack of personal approach of current Internet keyword-driven search engines results in lengthy and futile chase for information User needs
Since current Internet keyword-driven search engines seek out instances of User's key words without accounting for text analysis,searches for specific information usually produce an inconsistent list of Internet locations. Some of the listed sites may contain desired content, some may not. Most frequently, the detailed search will not result in User directly accessing (i.e., jumping from the hyperlink on the result list to desired content) the information he or she requires.
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EXAMPLE: KEYWORD-DRIVEN SEARCH ENGINES LIMITATIONS

1. Desired Content:
User needs to obtain information on computer-based music graduate programs in New York City. The User enters the key words "Graduate school," "computer," "music," and "job." The search engine seeks locations with these key words.
   
2. Results:
None of the top 5 listed sites in this result list guide User directly to information about a graduate program specializing in computer-based music in New York City. Some of the links pertain generally, and might get the User to some desired specific content. However, the User would have to jump between pages within a site and/or to jump to other sites several times. But there is no direct access (jump directly from search engine results to desired content).
3. Potential Transaction(s) Lost:
The time the user spent on attempt to locate the right site could have been used requesting information, filling out an application, registering for classes, or taking an on-line courses.

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UNISEARCH: A SUPERIOR SEARCH VEHICLE, A NEW PARADIGM

The Goal: Direct Access
To capitalize on the inherent advantages of the Internet - e-commerce, advertisements, etc. - UniSeacrh gives User personalized access to information, which in turn grants User what he or she really wants.

The Method: Unisearch's Functional Logic Recognizes the User as Individual
Instead of impersonal logic, UniSearch delivers texts, purchases and advertisements based on each User's unique immediate and unexpressed interests.

Implications for e-commerce, e-advertisement, etc.
Learning Users' immediate and unexpressed Interests. Learning Languages Patterns of each User. "Fingerprinting" the Users.

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UNISEARCH: OPTIMIZING SEARCHES BY TREATING EACH USER AS AN INDIVIDUAL

UniSearch is superior to all extant search engines because it offers a personalized search design: UniSearch treats each User as an individual
  • Each User of the Internet is an individual with distinct interests, and with variety of purposes for utilizing the Internet.

  • UniSearch guarantees consistent, direct access to the User's desired content because it "recognizes" User's immediate and unexpressed interests.

  • UniSearch provides a list of sources of acquired information on the basis of entered "search text" (see p.7) and individual profile.

  • UniSearch not only processes Users' statements of interests, but also saves information about Users' interests in profiles permanently updating them.

UniSearch builds
a sophisticated, confidential
database that "learns" the User's
individual interests
over time

UniSearch "learns"
the User's linguistic
patterns, thereby
continually refines
the accuracy of the search
vehicle's results

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - FINGERPRINTING

The Fingerprint: Individuality as Complex, yet Finite

An actual fingerprint is a complex, yet finite arrangement of lines on an individual's finger. The ways in which the lines are arranged vary infinitely from person to person, thus each person's fingerprint is unique.

Paradoxically, the complexity of the fingerprint is that an essential characteristics, which makes it to identify a person. Multiple lines compose patterns, and the patterns - though they're a tiny part of the corporeal being - yield a definitive identification of the person.

  

  

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - FINGERPRINTING (continued)

Linguistic Fingerprinting: Vocabular and Syntactic Limits

Similarly, an individual language is complex, but finite. (Even the most educated philologist does not use more than 25,000 words.) A structure within User's texts is analogous to the lines of a fingerprint, and User's juxtaposition of combinations of words is analogous to the pattern created by the lines.

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC -
THE SPHERE IS THE LIMITING CASE OF THE ORISPHER

The orispher -
sphere with constantly
changing radius

The Orispher
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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - THE TRIAD

The Fundamental Triad of Language: Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives.

In order to understand UniSearch's functional logic, it is necessary to admit that either nouns or verbs or adjectives are present in any sentence.

The total frequency of occurrences of nouns-verbs-adjectives combinations within meaningful sentences in texts is unique for each User. The frequency of occurrences varies from User to User due to his or her background: psychological type, life experience, socioeconomic status, level of education, etc.


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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - THE TRIAD (continued)

How Triads Functions within UniSearch:

UniSearch methodology is grounded on the matching procedure of the nouns-verbs-adjectives Triads taken from User's "search text" and personal profile to the nouns-verbs-adjectives Triads from the Internet items.

UniSearch employs Triads extracted from the "search text" and User's profile with Triads of items on the Internet (which are standardized)
User's UniSearch entry Internet            

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - TRIADS AS THE STANDARD

Standardization:
Problems and Solutions.
  • The standard cannot be imposed upon the Internet - the Internet serves to disseminate ideas and everyone is free to ignore any standard he or she wants to ignore. The standard should be inherent: inasmuch as the common future of all the Internet items is the presence of texts the standard that is based upon textual analysis cannot be disregarded.

  • UniSearch standardizes the Internet:

    - Triads are the smallest meaningful language constructs that are taken from each text.

    - Standard Map of the Internet is composed from the Triads combinations that are profiles of the Internet items.

UniSearch takes these
Triads:
- accident



- city



- history



- police



- work



 -don't
 -live
 -police
 -work
 -don't
 -live
 -police
 -work
 -don't
 -live
 -police
 -work
 -don't
 -live
 -police
 -work
 -don't
 -live
 -police
 -work
 - cautiously
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 - cautiously
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 - cautiously
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 - cautiously
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 - cautiously
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
 -    -"-
In the sentence:
"Most don't live in the city, though
many work here
- and, by an accident of history, many
cautiously police us"
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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC -
MAPPING OF THE INTERNET ITEMS

Triads-Based Standard Map of the Internet

In order to make the Internet searchable in terms of the noun-verb-adjective Triads, it is necessary to have the Standard Map of the Internet.

  • The most feasible way to standardize the Internet is to pick up the frequency of occurrences of nouns-verbs-adjectives combinations in each text piece/item/site on the Internet. UniSearch employs search robots that constantly read/search all sites and takes all nouns-verbs-adjectives combinations from all sentences of all texts.

  • Each item on the Internet is composed of a unique diversity of Triads.

  • The approach of purposeful sampling is applied to identify a representative group of Triads specific for each item on the Internet.

  • The general profile of each Internet item becomes a distinct point on Standard Map.
Standardizing the Internet
in terms of Triads
allows
to utilize and control
the constantly expanding
Internet

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - UPDATING

In order to track all migrations within communities of Users - "Families" - as well as within constantly transforming content of the Internet, UniSearch permanently updates its database.


  • Insomuch as Users change over the time their Language Habits change too. Updating of UniSearch database aims to transfer "Families Members" from one "Family" to another as soon as their linguistic preferences are modified.

  • The Standard Map of the Internet is updated permanently by picking up all changes of all items on the Internet.
Permanent update
procedure makes
UniSearch a flexible tool
able to accommodate
ongoing changes
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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - UNISEARCH ORGANIZES USERS INTO "FAMILIES"

"Families": Common Profiles, Common Interests - Communities
    "Families" are communities of Users with similar profiles.
  • Grouping of Users allows UniSearch to create a profile for each "Family": the profile contains the "Family" linguistic fingerprint and its preferences in items, products, etc. on the Internet.
  • Initial search is based upon the "Family's" profile.
  • Right after the initial search for the whole "Family" UniSearch accomplishes search for the particular User within the found "Country" and "City".
  • "Family Members" are able to exchange and share information about the use of the Internet - "gossips" - with other Users within "Family" profile.

Operating with "Families"
essentially
decreases the time of search




"Families"
of Users bring together people with similar
interests
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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - DIVERSITY

  • The standardization of texts allows UniSearch to distinguish profiles of the Internet items and Users' profiles in their diversity.

    - Grammar structures of sentences: subjects, predicates and attributes serve subjective purposes of their creator - they are meaningful.

    - Using meaningless combinations of parts of speech: nouns, verbs and adjectives instead of meaningful grammar structures UniSearch creates distinctive and objective (Standard) in the sense of Russell's and Wittgenstein's Positivism profiles of texts

    - Therefore, profiles are at the same time unique-distinctive and they covertly contain meaningful structures of sentences: they objectively reflect User's Linguistic Habits and User's immediate and unexpressed requests.

  • As soon as profiles are distinguished they can be accumulated into points of accumulation with limited neighborhoods* according to similarity in their profiles - into "Families", "Countries", "Cities", etc.
UniSearch operates
with parts of speech
    combinations    
but
not with
grammar structures
    *An accumulation point of a set of points is a point P such that there is at least one point of the set distinct from P in any neighborhood of the given point

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UNISEARCH: FUNCTIONAL LOGIC - CONFIDENTIALITY

Users submit personal information to UniSearch database confidentially.
  • In order to create personal profiles initially Users submit Internet Favorites and/or samples of texts (personal notes, e-mails, extracts from favorite books, magazines, etc.) of any length.

  • Although the user may submit very personal texts as personal textual data a User's Profile does not contain any private information about the user nor does it contain any textual excerpts from a User's private texts. Instead, UniSearch extracts linguistic patterns from texts rather than the actual information conveyed by the texts.

  • A special program composes personal profiles on the basis of extracted Triads.

  • Personal profiles are confidentially saved in "Mightiest Logicon" database. Users have access to profiles only by using their Passwords.
Nobody
has
access to Users'
language fingerprints
without User's permission
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UNISEARCH UNIZONE: USER-DESIRED TEXTS ON DEMAND

UniZone: Applying UniSearch Functional Logic to Text Search and Retrieval

UniSearch's User profiling and Internet mapping enables Users to find and purchase the texts (books, magazines, articles, etc.) they want instantly.

  • Every item on the Internet is mapped into "Cities" and "Countries" - two different levels of specificity, depending on their profiles.

  • Matching "Families" with "Cities" and "Countries" allows User to retrieve any text he or she wants.

  • UniZone sells books, magazines, articles, etc. to Users.
UniZone - one of the most
powerful applications of
UniSearch's User profiling
and the Internet mapping
paradigm - connects
Users with the actual
texts they want and can
consume. Thus UniZone threatens
to make Amazon.com
obsolete.
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PUBLISHING HOUSE UNIPUBLISHING:
USER-DESIRED TEXTS ON DEMAND

Publishing House UniPublishing utilizes UniSearch results to estimate future purchases of the requested publishing materials (books, magazines, articles, etc.).

  • UniSearch provides UniPublishing with the list of prospective clients and description of their interests.

  • UniSearch results enable UniPublishing to meet the needs of individual clients.

  • UniPublishing informs the writers about the current interests and needs of specific audiences.

  • UniZone delivers publishing materials directly to consumers using advertisements on UniDesk.
Publishing House
UniPublishing provides
new opportunities
for publishing industry
- the amount of latent
readers can be
anticipated with
extraordinary accuracy
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UNIAD: FINGERPRINTED ADVERTISEMENTS

UniAd advertisements address language preferences of "Families" as well as their Aesthetic and Ethical Norms.

  • UniSearch provides the necessary means to meet individual requirements of each "Family".


Advertisements are
created using
Users'
language fingerprints
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UNIDESK: COMMUNITY DESK FOR UNIAD ADVERTISEMENTS

UniDesk displays advertisements created by UniAd.

  • UniDesk concentrates targeted advertisements that were made by UniAd and makes them available for all members of the "Family".

  • UniDesk allows Users choose and stock information about the best products and marketing places on the Internet in the "Family" profile.

  • UniDesk allows Users to exchange "gossips" about advertised products and marketing places on the Internet among all "Family Members".

  • UniDesk automatically pushes out and replaces the information about unpopular products and marketing places in the "Family" profile.
UniDesk keeps
specifically designed
advertisements
for particular
"Families" of Users
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UNISEARCH: INHERENT ADVANTAGES
OF UNISEARCH E-COMMERCE

As a medium, UniSearch on the Internet has the potential to revolutionize commerce.

First, UniSearch e-commerce is convenient: it presents marketers the opportunity to let consumers see, hear, and/or read descriptions of products from any Internet-equipped computer. Once the consumer has reached the site he or she wishes to find using UniSearch, purchasing requires minimal effort and is efficient.

Secondly, UniSearch e-commerce facilitates "personalized purchasing": User has made the effort to find a specific item on the Internet based on his or her interests; therefore, he or she is more likely to purchase an advertised product or service at an Internet location containing desired content.

The convenience of
UniSearch e-commerce
encourages consumers to
purchase products
UniSearch
reliably takes
the User to desired
marketing
destinations
on the Internet
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UNIVESTMENT: INVESTMENTS
IN THE UNISEARCH E-COMMERCE

UniVestment serves Investors as a reliable investment tool on the Internet

  • UniDesk immediately responds on changes in Users' preferences in products and marketing places on UniDesk.

  • UniDesk instantly supplies this information to clients of UniVestment.
Life
for clients
of UniVestment
is
Beautiful
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UNISEARCH: THE NEW PARADIGM


 Current
search
tools
on
the
Internet
fail
to
regard
his/her
majesty
User
with
the
proper
respect.

Keyword-driven
searches fail to
consistently provide
Users with direct
access to desired
content.




Therefore, new
advantages of
personalized
purchasing (or User-
targeted marketing)
and advertisement
are granted only by
UniSearch.

Users can reach Marketers
directly using UniSearch
and vice versa
UniZone connects Users
with the texts they want
and can consume
UniPublishing
anticipates the amount of
latent readers
UniDesk and UniAd target
advertisements to
specific
audiences

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