Language Patterns Pyramid presents the various organizational layers of
language, progressing from simple text extractions to Story Roles.
The higher the level in the pyramid the richer the semantics of the text
organized at that level.
are a popular way of
representing information extracted from structured and unstructured
data sources. They provide a "snapshot" of a static state of affairs
captured at a specific point in the ongoing Business Story.
Recognition - this
organizational layer contains Named Entity Extractions and other
user-defined "structured" data extracted from unstructured text.
- this organizational layer tags all lexemes and phrasemes according to
their syntactic/grammatical function in the sentence.
Role - this
organizational layer extracts the various constituent/construction
components found in the sentence. These components include noun
phrases, verb phrases, and other syntactic constituents commonly
recognized by Generative Grammars.
organizational level identifies the semantic roles of noun, verb,
adjective, and adverb phrases that are in the unstructured text. The
roles are determined by sentence structure and verb alternations and
organizational level focuses extractions that correspond to elements of
story. Focus on these roles allows organizing text extractions into
sequences of alternating events and states, which are useful
determining cause-effect sequences, author discourse and rhetorical
motives, and historical tracks (i.e. story-lines) pertaining to
specific topics of interest. Stories - told in the sequence
Story Roles - provide a means to make sense of the meaning associated
with the text and to allow making and sustaining memories of topics,
states, and events that make up history.
However, moving beyond dashboards
as a means of assessing business operational histories to Stories,
allows the capture of topics with event and state sequences
a;;pw narrating a dynamic business operational history
period of time -Telling
the Business Story.