Jack Park wrote:
> What means 'high'?
Way good. Course there are variables. What if the test experts
were racing a clock? Nevertheless it's the sort of thing we
need more of, human and machine working in tandem. I've had
a lot of luck restructuring ecommerce web site data structures
to merge human decisions into the information retrieval process.
> From: N. C a r r o l l <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > Our formative evaluation showed that a human expert followed 90% of the
> > > suggestions that PROMPT generated and that 74% of the total
> > > knowledge-base operations invoked by the user were suggested by PROMPT.
> > Interesting. Those are pretty high figures.
> > N.
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