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critical explanation or analysis

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The flexibility of the Attensity's Semantic Annotation SDK enables customers to discover accurate business intelligence insights rapidly and in real-time, making them promptly available across internal systems with unprecedented accuracy and ease.
Second, to achieve semantic interoperability in a heterogeneity context, a common process semantic annotation model is developed and presented formally.
A lot of annotation algorithms have been proposed [1-9], which testify that the technique of automatic image annotation can boost the quality of image retrieval greatly.
Annotation and Genie objects' behaviour is defined by a set of methods that allow them to move on the UI drag layer, thus creating the impression that they "float" over all other UI components.
But one thing is certain: "The way we do annotation today is very different from the way nature does it," Pevzner says.
Annotation Suite costs $42 for the first license and $14 for additional licenses.
By integrating the annotation functionality of ANNOVAR with the wealth of annotation databases provided by BIOBASE, users could be getting a boost on their ability to mine functional information from genome variants and accelerate biomedical discoveries" stated Kai Wang, the developer of ANNOVAR and an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern California.
Software annotations are added to code by developers to provide information about the intent of a program; they can be harnessed by automated software analysis tools to deliver more comprehensive analyses.
Annotations, created by user, can be considered a form of user's context he or she creates while reading documents and traveling in digital space [5], This context can take various forms depending on the used annotation type, such as thoughts stored as short notes attached to the document as a whole, comments to specific sections of the document, or highlighted document sections that are in some way interesting to the reader.
CBioC is another life sciences social annotation site, which allows extraction and collaboration of biomedical interactions.
Bii will assist Lucidyx in the further development of two key integration products that enable life science software developers who develop tools that access genomic data through either Oracle(R) or through application programming interfaces (APIs) to conveniently and transparently query and retrieve information from Searcher(TM), a next-generation genomic annotation search engine developed by Lucidyx.
Now in a new edition edited and with an introduction and annotation Jon Sweeny, The Road To Assisi: The Essential Biography of St.
Most groups could agree more readily on the relatively mechanical aspects (such as accuracy of referencing and standard of proof-reading) than on the more substantive ways in which a 100-word annotation might be assessed.