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a commentator who writes notes to a text

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The Ruby Paraph annotations are so basic that they could be the work of any annotator associated with the manuscript sitting down with a different pot of ink.
Following training, each annotator was required to annotate a test set of 60 photographs and count within 5% of the approved correct number of total scallops (n = 148) and proportion of compromised scallops.
The Semantic Annotator annotates information received from the Network Packets Collector and ITDE UI to translate as RDF triples (e.
To reduce the workload, we divided the 200 MWEs into four groups (A, B, C, D) and randomly assigned one group to each annotator.
Such a state of affairs has prompted a development of an error classification which could leave less room for subjective judgment, prove less demanding in annotator training, and produce high levels of inter-annotator and intra-annotator agreement:
This reader focuses most of his attention on Books 4 and 5, and the sections the annotator chooses to underline or distinguish with a manicule frequently contain the words "will" or "fortune.
One measure of agreement between annotators or inter-annotator-agreement (IAA) is Cohen's kappa statistic.
Another annotator for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, John Mangum, described it as "48 minutes of tragedy, despair, terror and violence, and two minutes of triumph.
the Vancouver-based team behind the highly rated mobile PDF viewer and annotator, Xodo, today officially introduced real-time, browser-based PDF collaboration with its newest service, Xodo Connect.
It is his desire that the annotator provide too much information about locations and allusions within a novel such as Mrs.
Each pathologist served as annotator in one-third of the cases and as reader in the remaining two-thirds of the cases.
1 provides a new annotation element that allows the correct result to be recorded, as well as information about the annotator and the annotator's confidence in the annotations.
But it should be recognized, as well, that the annotations themselves reflect the critical and cultural period in which the annotator lives and works; to appreciate this, one need only compare the annotations of any of the Columbia volumes with the two books published thus far by Duquesne.
The 1st Circuit claimed that the script's annotator served more as a fact-checker than as legal counsel, that the filmmakers never intended to keep the script confidential and that the actual malice issue should be re-examined if documents are disclosed.