Java is a computer programming language that is designed for use in the multiple-computer environment of the internet. It can be used to make single-machine applications or be distributed among many computers on a network. In addition, Java can be used to create applets for use within a Web page, which allows users to interact directly with the page.
Source: Formerly American Document Management, Glossary of Terms, now 5i Solutions Glossary.
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A Jaz drive is a small, portable hard disk drive used primarily for backing up and archiving personal computer files. The Jaz drive is sold by Iomega Corporation, the same company that developed the Zip drive. Both the Jaz drive and the disks come in two sizes, 1 GB and 2 GB. The two sizes look similar, but a 2 GB disk is not compatible with a 1 GB Jaz drive. The 2 GB Jaz drive can use both disk sizes. Internal and external Jaz drives are available. The Jaz drive uses the Small Computer System Interface (Small Computer System Interface) and requires a SCSI controller.
Source: TechTarget, Jaz Drive definition,http://searchstorage.techtarget.com/definition/Jaz-drive
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|Joint Photographic Expert Group (JPEG)|
One format of electronic graphic image file supported by the web. JPEG files end with the suffix jpg. Other image formats include Graphic Interchange Format (GIF) and Portable Network Graphic (PNG).
Source: Vinson & Elkins LLP Practice Support, EDD Glossary.
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|Judgmental Sample / Judgmental Sampling|
A method in which a Sample of the Document Population is drawn, based at least in part on subjective factors, so as to include the “most interesting” Documents by some criterion; the Sample resulting from such method. Unlike a Random Sample, the statistical properties of a Judgmental Sample may not be extrapolated to the entire Population. However, an individual (such as a Quality Assurance auditor or an adversary) may use Judgmental Sampling to attempt to uncover defects. The failure to identify defects may be taken as evidence (albeit not statistical evidence, and certainly not proof) of the absence of defects.
Source: Maura R. Grossman and Gordon V. Cormack, EDRM page & The Grossman- Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review, with Foreword by John M. Facciola, U.S. Magistrate Judge, 2013 Fed. Cts. L. Rev. 7 (January 2013).
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