Glyphs can be used to consistently deconstruct, classify, and attribute large volumes of files permitting effective management of them. Deconstruction breaks files into their smallest visual elements, classification uses data visualization at the page level, and attribution selects specified glyphs or their text values from within classifications. Deconstruction The word “glyph” has several meanings. In […]

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Imagine the internet with great search functionality but no hyperlinks. You could locate any individual page or at least have it included in extensive search results, but then you’d have to conduct other searches to find related pages, even on the same website. Not very useful, right? The point is that text search functionality alone is […]

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(To download a PDF version that you can read offline, click here.) Summary Technology Assisted Review (“TAR”) and visual classification take two different approaches to classifying documents. TAR uses the text associated with the documents being classified while visual classification bases its analysis on graphical representations of those documents. TAR is an outgrowth of tools […]

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The BeyondRecognition Network

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