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How many validation rounds will it take to move forward in the TAR process?


Levi Roble

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There are a lot of factors that go into the TAR process and there is no way to know for sure how many validation rounds should be required for a specific cases documents.

 

This process is validating that the training of the computer to review in the training round was done well enough. So, when the computer reviews similarly enough (F1 score being as high as close to 1 as possible and the discrepancies being as minimal as possible) to the reviewer doing the validation rounds, then this is when a TAR review should progress from the validation rounds to the certification round(s).

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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There are a lot of factors that go into the TAR process and there is no way to know for sure how many validation rounds should be required for a specific cases documents.

 

This process is validating that the training of the computer to review in the training round was done well enough. So, when the computer reviews similarly enough (F1 score being as high as close to 1 as possible and the discrepancies being as minimal as possible) to the reviewer doing the validation rounds, then this is when a TAR review should progress from the validation rounds to the certification round(s).

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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There are a lot of factors that go into the TAR process and there is no way to know for sure how many validation rounds should be required for a specific cases documents.

 

This process is validating that the training of the computer to review in the training round was done well enough. So, when the computer reviews similarly enough (F1 score being as high as close to 1 as possible and the discrepancies being as minimal as possible) to the reviewer doing the validation rounds, then this is when a TAR review should progress from the validation rounds to the certification round(s).

 

Thank you,

Levi Roble

Technical Support Engineer 2

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