Predictive Coding: Networks and Trees

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Inside the BoxIn describing predictive coding systems, it’s important to distinguish document-based systems from corpus-based systems. Document-based systems make their predictions based on the similarity of each document to a single, previously-categorized document. Corpus-based systems are, in addition, able to use higher-order properties of groups of previously-categorized documents to make their predictions. Because of this advantage, corpus-based systems are less affected by errors in coding individual documents. Continue reading

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Minds Matter: H5, Rules-Based TAR, and Cooperation

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dipole_small copyThis article is about how H5‘s rules-based approach to technology-assisted review provides a great framework for illustrating cooperation in ediscovery. But first, some context.

By this time next year, Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will have been amended to codify the principles of proportionality and cooperation between opposing counsel. Continue reading

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