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SWIFT-Active Screener: Accelerated document screening through active learning and integrated recall estimation.

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Summary of "SWIFT-Active Screener: Accelerated document screening through active learning and integrated recall estimation."

In the screening phase of systematic review, researchers use detailed inclusion/exclusion criteria to decide whether each article in a set of candidate articles is relevant to the research question under consideration. A typical review may require screening thousands or tens of thousands of articles in and can utilize hundreds of person-hours of labor.

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Name: Environment international
ISSN: 1873-6750
Pages: 105623

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