FALLS CHURCH, Va., July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Available free to the public is a pre-sale version of Reason®, a Windows software program that powers a novel analytic methodology for detecting meaningful groups and sequences in text about "things" of any type in almost every field. The innovative methodology, called contextual data modeling (CDM), employs the mind of the Reason® user as the CPU (central processing unit) rather than the computer's CPU. The user's mind engages the software to synchronize the displayed data with the user's constantly evolving thinking about the display.
CDM and Reason® are explained at www.execware.com, where the publisher invites people in any profession to offer participation in evaluation of this "beta test" version of Reason®. Initial respondents will be selected from a variety of professional fields to receive a complimentary license for the commercial release when they submit feedback so that Reason® can be continuously improved.
This initial CDM program is powered by several software patents owned by Execware, LLC, a start-up based in Falls Church, Virginia. Additional functionality covered by existing and pending patents including U.S. Patent Numbers 6,134,564; 6,216,139; 8,010,549 and 8,060,819 is planned in two additional versions of Reason. Execware engaged Softweb Solutions for the development of this version of Reason®. Support of CDM by cognitive science is claimed by its inventor, the Execware CEO.
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