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Figure 1-1 Components of Intelligent Content Services

Figure 1-2 Intelligent Content Services architecture

Figure 1-3 Layers of K2 architecture

Figure 1-4 K2 Distributed Architecture

Figure 1-5 K2 Dashboard Home page

Figure 1-6 Business Console Summary page

Figure 2-1 Examples of information repositories

Figure 2-2 Parallel querying, mirroring, and failover in a large deployment

Figure 2-3 A distributed search group that spans two domains

Figure 2-4 Select Custom or Full Mode dialog from the K2 installer

Figure 2-5 K2 Ticket Server

Figure 2-6 Master Administration Server

Figure 2-7 K2 Dashboard home page

Figure 2-8 Action links on the K2_Server_1 detail page

Figure 2-9 View Logs page

Figure 2-10 Create Styleset page (in K2 Dashboard)

Figure 2-11 Collection Fields Definition page (in StyleSet Editor)

Figure 2-12 Business Console Summary window

Figure 2-13 Taxonomy module interface

Figure 2-14 Configuring a component with the application module

Figure 3-1 Indexing documents into a collection

Figure 3-2 Using K2 Spider for indexing

Figure 3-3 A “parametric cube”

Figure 3-4 Verity Extractor (shaded) used during indexing

Table 3-1 Some common entities

Figure 3-5 A taxonomy of automobile models

Figure 3-6 A taxonomy of automobile manufacturing plants

Figure 3-7 Using the K2 Profiler for email routing

Figure 3-8 Tensor space example

Figure 4-1 Pure parametric selection

Figure 4-2 Text search combined with parametric selection

Figure 4-3 Displaying taxonomies for user browsing

Figure 4-4 Taxonomy browse combined with text search and parametric selection

Figure 4-5 Ranking, recommendation, and community

Figure 4-6 Document similarity and expert location