A 'best-case' evaluation of a novel information
Mischa Weiss Lijn
Computer Science, UCL
Applications can be taken to advanced stages of development before it
becomes evident that they cannot deliver sufficient value. Best-case
analyses deal with this by allowing developers to work out the theoretical
upper bound on an applications task performance. The applications merit
can then be assessed by comparison to performance with existing tools.
Best-case analyses are described at a technology-independent level; their
scope, advantages and limitations are discussed. This discussion is then
grounded with a detailed description of the approaches application to a
novel information retrieval tool.
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