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make notes on

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add explanatory notes to or supply with critical comments

provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases

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But that would be a waste of time since all the annotators (and if I had to single out any one, it would be the work of the Butterworths) have been most conscientious about their tasks.
Rather than accepting this as a natural property of semantic interpretation, disagreement has been considered a measure of poor quality in the annotation task, either because the task is poorly defined or because the annotators lack sufficient training.
Then, annotators ranked whether the robot's behavior was correct or incorrect given the command.
7) As Riddy argues, we cannot assume that the Book is a "true" representation of Margery (by the historical Margery or her scribes) or that Wynkyn and her annotators were reshaping "true" Margery into their own formulations.
After a brief conclusion, Cre's monograph includes several appendices: a list of the extracts from Rolle in the De triplici genere/Tractatus compilation; an edition of the Latin compilation Quedam introductiua ad contemplacionem extracta; another list of the extracts from Hugh of Balma, Walter Hilton, The Cloud of Unknowing, A Pistle of Preier, and A Pistle of Discrecioun of Stirings; and lastly more detailed profiles of the eight annotators.
To designate a healthy scallop, annotators identified individuals with nondamaged shells and hinges.
Most machine-learning systems work by combing through training examples and looking for patterns that correspond to classifications provided by human annotators.
Each set of questions will have been tested on at least three human adult annotators.
We next selected the bigrams on which both annotators agreed, and then balanced the set so that it contains an equal number of compositional and non-compositional MWEs.
The reliability is mirrored in consistency of annotation (Brants 2000), done both by each individual annotator (intra-annotator agreement) and by more annotators when compared to each other (inter-annotator agreement).
Given a retrieval set, developing the gold standard typically involves manual screening by at least two annotators who independently judge the relevance of each citation (including title and abstract) [9; 10, p.
Moreover, Hamlin fleshes out his account of Montaigne's English reception by looking beyond Florio and his annotators.
Though I compare Harington with other early-modern annotators of Chaucer, particularly drawing on my own analysis of an annotated Thynne edition held in Chicago's Newberry Library, I emphasize the ways in which knowledge of Harington's biography allows us to talk about his marginalia as something more than merely conventional.
Martinez's score was good enough for 19th place among the 30 participants and he quickly earned raves from the TV annotators as soon as he strut his stuff to the bewitching tune of Romeo and Juliet.