This topic describes part of the functionality of Genesys Content Analyzer.
Training consists of the following steps:
1. Creating a training object.
2. Scheduling and running the training.
These steps include various actions, such as:
- Create a New Training Object
- Add Outbound Messages
- Copy a Training Object
- Add More Text Objects to the Training Object
- Add Uncategorized E-Mails Using the TO Data Analyzer
- Schedule Training
- Content Analyzer Language
- Large Training Objects
All of these actions are performed by Training Server according to settings you provide using Knowledge Manager, which also displays the results.
Creating a Training Object
A training object combines a category tree and a set of text objects, with each text object assigned to one category in the tree (categorized). The text objects are typically e-mails, but you may choose to have the set of text objects also include the standard responses associated with the category tree.
Training scans the text objects and forms a statistical model of the words and phrases that tend to occur in each category. This is why you may want to have the training scan standard responses: they are very likely to include many words and phrases diagnostic of their category. This is also the reason that more text objects is better: it increases the sample size, which increases the accuracy of the model.
There are five possible sources of categorized text objects:
E-mails that agents have assigned to categories, as described in this section.
Text objects (in the form of e-mails) that you create in Knowledge Manager.
Responses that you use when creating standard responses.
Objects that you use when creating other training objects.
E-mails that you categorize when adding uncategorized e-Mails using the TO Data Analyzer.
Once you have completed creating a category tree, you can create a training object.