EAGLESEVAL: A question from George Doddington.
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And now for some more questions.
A question from George Doddington:
Several presenters have argued for moving evaluation from the technical
(lower) level toward the application (user) level. If evaluation is
viewed as a means of making progress, this implies that these presenters
believe that it is more important (or easier?) to make progress at the
application level than on the underlying problems. Is this a fair
representation of the presenters' perspective?
Question taken from notes made by the organisers.
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