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IndiePix announces largest navigational database of independent film

IndiePix, a resource for independent film fans and filmmakers, and NetworkedPlanet, a leader in topic mapped file management and search systems, announced the launch and availability of the world’s largest intelligent database of curated independent films and the state-of-the-art web technology that powers the service.

Underlying the presentation of over 3,000 titles, Discovery enables film lovers to discover and explore the world’s best films from independent filmmakers, as well as order and download films of interest on the IndiePix <a href="http://www.IndiepixFilms.com">web site</a>.

Discovery is an intelligent navigation system. It allows the IndiePix team of film experts to manage information about a film and to add information based on their expertise. The system creates relevant, content-based links between films, linking them to one another through this knowledge-based process. The graphical display based on this process is designed specifically to expand user choices by helping create intelligent pathways through the large and growing world of independent film.

"The process expands choices in ways that are unexpected and opens up paths for exploring IndiePix’s rapidly growing catalog of film titles," says Bob Alexander, president, IndiePix. "There are a variety of so-called ‘recommendation engines’ that suggest films a consumer may like, but we suggest choices that are related to a consumer’s starting point."

The Discovery process is powered by NetworkedPlanet’s TMCore information management engine, a topic mapping system that identifies, calculates, and manages the relationships among the objects in an enterprise database. In the IndiePix implementation, the TMCore engine is managing well over 200,000 relationships among 3,000 titles, and the number of relationships expands exponentially as new films are added.

<font size=1>Source: Hollywood Reporter / PR News Wire</font>

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Headline, Technology News

IndiePix announces largest navigational database of independent film

IndiePix, a resource for independent film fans and filmmakers, and NetworkedPlanet, a leader in topic mapped file management and search systems, announced the launch and availability of the world’s largest intelligent database of curated independent films and the state-of-the-art web technology that powers the service.

Underlying the presentation of over 3,000 titles, Discovery enables film lovers to discover and explore the world’s best films from independent filmmakers, as well as order and download films of interest on the IndiePix <a href="http://www.IndiepixFilms.com">web site</a>.

Discovery is an intelligent navigation system. It allows the IndiePix team of film experts to manage information about a film and to add information based on their expertise. The system creates relevant, content-based links between films, linking them to one another through this knowledge-based process. The graphical display based on this process is designed specifically to expand user choices by helping create intelligent pathways through the large and growing world of independent film.

"The process expands choices in ways that are unexpected and opens up paths for exploring IndiePix’s rapidly growing catalog of film titles," says Bob Alexander, president, IndiePix. "There are a variety of so-called ‘recommendation engines’ that suggest films a consumer may like, but we suggest choices that are related to a consumer’s starting point."

The Discovery process is powered by NetworkedPlanet’s TMCore information management engine, a topic mapping system that identifies, calculates, and manages the relationships among the objects in an enterprise database. In the IndiePix implementation, the TMCore engine is managing well over 200,000 relationships among 3,000 titles, and the number of relationships expands exponentially as new films are added.

<font size=1>Source: Hollywood Reporter / PR News Wire</font>

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Headline, Technology News

IndiePix announces largest navigational database of independent film

IndiePix, a resource for independent film fans and filmmakers, and NetworkedPlanet, a leader in topic mapped file management and search systems, announced the launch and availability of the world’s largest intelligent database of curated independent films and the state-of-the-art web technology that powers the service.

Underlying the presentation of over 3,000 titles, Discovery enables film lovers to discover and explore the world’s best films from independent filmmakers, as well as order and download films of interest on the IndiePix <a href="http://www.IndiepixFilms.com">web site</a>.

Discovery is an intelligent navigation system. It allows the IndiePix team of film experts to manage information about a film and to add information based on their expertise. The system creates relevant, content-based links between films, linking them to one another through this knowledge-based process. The graphical display based on this process is designed specifically to expand user choices by helping create intelligent pathways through the large and growing world of independent film.

"The process expands choices in ways that are unexpected and opens up paths for exploring IndiePix’s rapidly growing catalog of film titles," says Bob Alexander, president, IndiePix. "There are a variety of so-called ‘recommendation engines’ that suggest films a consumer may like, but we suggest choices that are related to a consumer’s starting point."

The Discovery process is powered by NetworkedPlanet’s TMCore information management engine, a topic mapping system that identifies, calculates, and manages the relationships among the objects in an enterprise database. In the IndiePix implementation, the TMCore engine is managing well over 200,000 relationships among 3,000 titles, and the number of relationships expands exponentially as new films are added.

<font size=1>Source: Hollywood Reporter / PR News Wire</font>

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