Query with Binary Categories

After you train the binary category, you can use the BinaryCatQuery action to determine whether a piece of text, a file on disk, or a document in HPE IDOL results in a “yes” (POSITIVE) or a “no” (NEGATIVE) answer for the question that the binary category asks. For example, your binary category might ask the question “Is this spam?” and could filter emails to ignore spam emails. For details on the BinaryCatQuery action, refer to the HPE IDOL Server Reference.

For example:

http://12.3.4.56:9000/action=BinaryCatQuery&Name=spam_binarycat&QueryText=How to become an instant millionaire

This action uses port 9000 to instruct HPE IDOL Server, which is located on a machine with the IP address 12.3.4.56, to check whether the text How to become an instant millionaire results in a “POSITIVE” or a “NEGATIVE” result for the question posed by the binary category spam_binarycat.


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