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    44The ''data-mining'' project contains Peregrine and several supporting modules, e.g. for ontologies and datasets. Peregrine is an ''indexing engine'' or ''tagger'': a piece of software that can be used to recognize concepts in human readable text, based on a database (thesaurus) of known terms. Multi-word terms are correctly recognized. If terms can represent multiple concepts, Peregrine will attempt to disambiguate them.
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    6 Peregrine was originally developed by Martijn Schuemie at the department of Medical Informatics of the Erasmus University Medical Center (EMC) in Rotterdam  and has been improved and made into open source in collaboration with NBIC's [http://www.nbic.nl/support/BET BioAssist Engineering Team]. Peregrine project has a dual licensing model. Its source code is released under the AGPL license for the open source community. For people who are interested in a closed source and commercial use of Peregrine, please contact femke.francissen@dtls<removeme>.nl
     6Peregrine was originally developed by Martijn Schuemie at the department of Medical Informatics of the Erasmus University Medical Center (EMC) in Rotterdam  and has been improved and made into open source in collaboration with NBIC's [http://www.nbic.nl/support/BET BioAssist Engineering Team]. Peregrine project has a dual licensing model. Its source code is released under the AGPL license for the open source community. For people who are interested in a closed source and commercial use of Peregrine, please contact [http://www.biosemantics.org/new/index.php?page=Jan-Kors Jan Kors] or [http://www.erasmusmc.nl/tto-cs/976943/kennistransfer?lang=en ErasmusMC's Technology Transfer Office].
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    88Key applications of the Peregrine system are currently: