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DhanshreeA
DhanshreeA commented Dec 24, 2019

Documentation for case 3 and case 1 in definition extraction methods is the same (ref: https://github.com/LexPredict/lexpredict-lexnlp/blob/f3920be16dac588b2f38e17811ea5482b417954d/lexnlp/extract/en/definition_parsing_methods.py#L134) however, case #3 seems to only work for Title case or upper case words followed by something from the strong trigger list, and case #1 must necessarily have the word

jeromesimeon
jeromesimeon commented Feb 17, 2020

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
Cicero server only supports a single version of the cicero trigger call through the /trigger endpoint. It might be interesting to extend the cicero server API to the rest of the commands (e.g., draft invoke parse).

Other improvements could include the ability to pass or create the template from a string (binary encode

rishabhbatra10
rishabhbatra10 commented Sep 4, 2018

While trying to run the notebook notebook-examples/document_model_tutorial.ipynb I am geting this error in the 5th cell


NameError Traceback (most recent call last)
in ()
1 # Iterate and print
----> 2 for d in Document.objects.all()[0:10]:

ebuchman
ebuchman commented Mar 21, 2019

Signatures actually shouldn't be part of the same pdf document, since once you sign it you can't check that its the same document as before (unless you use eg. pdf-diff, related to #30).

Instead, signatures should probably be on some separate document that just contains the hash of the contract pdf. For electronic signatures this is possible by signing a contract that refers to the hash of the

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