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Genius' annotations are edited and policed with a Wikipedia-like membership system and structure.
Making and sharing annotations can expand students' ideas and thoughts, which may lead to better solutions to solving problems.
Keywords: workflow model, interoperability, semantic annotations, ontologies, common workflow ontology, common process semantic annotation model
Marketing teams, with Image Annotations, will be able to mark up images, and share annotations and related comments with others.
c], and the number of images whose ground truth annotations include r is denoted as [N.
Urban inherited the partly done work upon Calvin Huckabay's death, and then began the process of reviewing, editing and lengthening Huckabay's annotations, adding hundreds of new ones, as well as finding and including annotations missed in previous Huckabay volumes.
0 goes well beyond, representing inputs from other modalities (ink, camera, biometrics), supporting integration of composite multimodal inputs that combine speech and clicking or typing, and providing detailed annotations such as timestamping, which can be extremely useful for logging, analysis, and tuning.
In addition, each image is annotated with 1 to 5 keywords, and totally 374 keywords have been used in annotations, which are composed of the vocabulary.
While the annotations offered are for the most part enlightening, they are uneven and at times even incomplete.
While letters and memoirs form the core of the book--and are very useful--, the short analytical essays that comprise the rest of the chapters, the extensive annotations, and the appendices all also offer a wealth of information and insight into Irish emigration prior to 1830 and a number of important questions related to that migration.
Such annotations have long attracted the attention of literary scholars, art historians, and scholars working in the history of reading and book history, all of whom have used them to reconstruct how readers have interacted with and used texts.
The connections between data, interpretations and hypotheses are captured in the form of annotations that are used by the scientific community for collaboration.
This integration is done at the SQL level so it is easy for the user to write sophisticated queries linking their data in Oracle to genomic annotations accessed via Searcher.
Examples of informative annotations, adapted from Library Choice cards, were then circulated along with others (devised by the course instructor) that were unfocused, emotive, badly organized and poorly expressed.