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In one version it is proposed that one's past good deeds can disambiguate morally ambiguous actions as moral behavior or morally neutral behaviors, in which past moral behaviors act as a lens to alter one's view of one's current behavior (Miller & Effron, 2010).
Washington, Jan 20 ( ANI ): Ambiguity actually makes language more efficient, by allowing for the reuse of short, efficient sounds that listeners can easily disambiguate with the help of context, researchers have claimed.
Disambiguate extracted venue in step 2 from DBLP for the focused citation string using rule based approach as given in section 4.2.
Consequently, they made a venue over title model and disambiguate venues based on Dirichlet process mixture.
The failure to ascribe the correct sense to a word is often the result of an attempt to disambiguate at a higher level of granularity than required.
This time the program has failed to accurately disambiguate the word under analysis.
Trigram tagger such as TnT uses algorithms to disambiguate between tags in tag lists provided by emission probability matrix for a known wordform.
Thought to be the world's largest database of general knowledge--with more than 1.2 million words, half-a-million concepts, and tens of millions of relationships--CIRCA matches words and phrases to its ontology, performs linguistic analysis, disambiguates them into meanings, and weighs those meanings by importance, thus making computers more effective in managing and retrieving information.
An effective alias analysis disambiguates memory references, and enables the compiler to reorder pointer accesses.
Both static and dynamic evaluation have an additional significant shortcoming: these properties do not tell us how much room for improvement there is in the analysis being evaluated except in unusual cases, for example, when an alias analysis disambiguates all memory references.
The perception of the disruptive potential of materiality is underlined by the repeated attention to excessive gold, feathers, and, most frequently remarked upon, pearls.(81) Vecellio, like the legislators, codifies, consolidates, disambiguates.
We illustrate unsupervised WSD with an algorithm of Resnik (1997) that disambiguates noun senses.
Such judgements not only involve the application of interpretative principles but depend upon how the spectator disambiguates aspects of the work which are irreducible to a given interpretation.
It also disambiguates (decides which meaning of a word is the right one) from the context of the sentence or paragraph.