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Language is Not Just a Jumbled Bag of Words: Why Natural Language Processing Makes a Difference in Content Analytics

March 27, 2012


State-of-the art text analysis supports multiple languages, which is critical when investigations go global and involve collections of information in various languages. In such scenarios, the technology obviously adapts to differences in character sets and words, but the tools also need to incorporate statistics and linguistic properties (i.e., conjunction, grammar, sentiments or meanings) of a […]

From Quantitative to Qualitative Early Case Assessment

March 6, 2012


It has recently become clear that a new breed of early case assessment (ECA) is emerging. In recent years, many ¬†eDiscovery vendors have focused on ECA as a means to trim down data volumes as fast as possible. As a result, the potentially most insightful (albeit expensive) attorneys only see the data after it has […]