Summary of the characteristics of WIREDiCON®

Three constituent elements of WIREDiCON®
(1) Document ------ Documents (eg.) electronic documents
(2) Dictionary (term list) ------ Term group (eg.) employee's name, product's name, etc.
(3) Facet ------ Characteristics of terms (eg.) facial portrait, schedule, customer evaluation, etc.

How does WIREDiCON® work?

It searches the dictionary [term] group written in a [document] and assigns the [facet: characteristic information] for each searched term.
- An example of how WIREDiCON® works -
When employee's names are searched for in an electronic document facial portratis and their daily schedules are sssigned to each searched item.

Previously unexpressed information [facial portrait + today’s schedule] is added to the existing document, so that the document changes into a more valuable one.


- List of the terms and assign an ID (identification) number to each of them.
- Terms represented in a regular expression pattern are available.


Characteristics that can be assigned as facet elements are as follows:
- Image file itself --------------------------- Images displayed on local PCs and the Internet
- Images dynamically generated by CGI (computer graphics interface)
- Text/HTML ------------- These are inserted in a document as text.

Other features

In addition, you can add the following features to facet elements:
- Hyperlink ---------- Provide a facet-by-facet hyperlink.
- Tool chip ------------ Assign specific tool chip string data for each facet.
As long as you are dealing with documents, it doesn’t matter what OS/application you use. You can customize features to meet customer's needs.