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  • Conceptual Model of Intelligent Appraisal: A Case Study of Electronic Official Documents   [MASS 2012]
  • Author(s)
  • Li Wen, Wang Xincai, Zhou Lei
  • ABSTRACT
  • Due to the problems of electronic records archiving, this paper takes China’s official documents as example to make a conceptual model of intelligent value-based appraisal, and aims at enhancing efficiency and automation of e-document archiving. The research takes advantage of the atomic nature of digital records, bases on the Archival Business Rules Repository, draws on artificial intelligence reasoning techniques, and extracts evidence about the value of the document from its electronic text records. Besides information and network technologies, there are some non-technical factors, like standardized information management environment, comprehensive regulations and standards, security arrangements, and professionals with information literacy, to support the successful implementation of the intelligent system.
  • KEYWORDS
  • intelligent appraisal; electronic official documents; Archival Business Rules Repository (ABRR); text mining
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