Predictive Coding: Networks and Trees

TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogle GmailYahoo MailAOL MailEmailPocketEvernoteInstapaperShare

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

TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogle GmailYahoo MailAOL MailEmailPocketEvernoteInstapaperShare

Technology-Assisted Review: Thinking Inside the Box

TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogle GmailYahoo MailAOL MailEmailPocketEvernoteInstapaperShare

Technology-Assisted Review: Thinking Inside the BoxI think that the Brainspace Discovery 4 analytical engine (http://brainspace.com) is pointing the way to the future of technology-assisted review. In short, Discovery 4 exposes its inferences about which concepts indicate responsiveness and allows reviewers to adjust them. Continue reading

TwitterLinkedInFacebookGoogle GmailYahoo MailAOL MailEmailPocketEvernoteInstapaperShare