Defense and Security (D&S) Technology miner

The aim of "Defense and Security (D&S) Technology miner" is to extract automatically relationships among D&S related technologies. Information about technological relationships can be used as planning support to D&S-based technological research planners and to researchers, which acquire funding in this area.

Version 1

Developed by Dirk Thorleuchter, Fraunhofer INT, Appelsgarten 2, D-53879 Euskirchen, Germany.

The Defense and Security (D&S) Technology miner uses perl/ruby and functions from TAPoRware tools (e.g. tokenization) developed by Geoffrey Rockwell, Lian Yan and Matt Patey from the Faculty of Humanities, McMaster University, Canada supported by the Canada Foundation for Innovation.