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On Monday 28 January 2002 05:00 pm, Jeff Greif wrote:
> It's also a question of volume. A 1% error rate that needs human
> cleanup is not a big deal when you only see 100 docs per day, but it
> mounts up when there a million.
This is why it's usually the larger guys that dictate to the smaller guys: they can't afford *not* to. The create thier own standards, and might even define them well. They leave it to the smaller guys to suck up the cost of getting it to work.
FWIW. A 1% error rate on humanly-marked up/corrected documents is pretty good... I remember using a very good double-keying + tagging service once that have about 98%.