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One of the chief pleasures for me of this year’s SIGIR in Beijing was attending the SIGIR 2011 Information Retrieval for E-Discovery Workshop (SIRE 2011). The smaller and more selective the workshop, it often seems, the more focused and interesting the discussion.
My own contribution was “Re-examining the Effectiveness of Manual Review”. The paper was inspired by an article from Maura Grossman and Gord Cormack, whose message is neatly summed up in its title: “Technology-assisted review in e-discovery can be more effective and more efficient than exhaustive manual review”.
Does this give you pause about automated topic map authoring? Why/why not?