A Feature Engineering method in which the Features consist of all N-Grams in a text, for some number N. For example, the Trigram Shingling of the text “To be or not to be” consists of the Features “to be or”; “be or not”; “or not to”; and “not to be.” Note that the Features overlap one another in the text, suggesting the metaphor of roof shingles. 1


  1. 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 Judge2013 Fed. Cts. L. Rev. 7 (January 2013).
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