CoreComm utilizes the CTP to provide a proprietary specific software architecture layer to deliver the edForm and edForma portals dedicated to the needs of the education marketplace.
When an education user asks a complex question, the major search engine results are quite often unsatisfactory. As a result, the market for "complex education queries" remains un-served or under-served - and this market for complex education research is massive.
A new solution for education research is required, and that is the edForm portal.
Correlation Concepts (the dba name for
The CTP technology decomposes input resources into Knowledge Fragments, and then applies the patented Connect
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Patent No. Patent Title 8,140,559 Knowledge Correlation Search Engine 8,126,890 Techniques for knowledge discovery by constructing knowledge correlations using concepts or terms CIP 8,108,389 Techniques for knowledge discovery by constructing knowledge correlations using concepts or terms 8,024,653 Techniques for creating computer generated notes
CoreComm is launching the edForm and edForma portal to serve the complex search requirements of English and Spanish education users. The combined market is over 70 million users.
Utilizing the unique and patented Correlation Technology Platform (CTP) as the basis for addressing education resources, edForm is able to open accurate and unique views on silos of documents for education users not available today. No current retrieval technology can match us either in its reach or in its completeness of addressing the permutations of a complex query.
The edForm and edForma education portal transforming the way students and teachers utilize learning resources on a global basis.
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