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Likewise, in his discussion of word order and sentence types Blake notes the problems of disambiguating meaning where the arbitrary editorial intervention of inserting a comma fails to disguise inherent ambiguity.
o the query transformed in many ways: marking off phrases, disambiguating query terms, query expansion, specifying that some terms occur in certain data field(s), and more;
We didn't coordinate by disambiguating or by simply relying on our knowledge of linguistic conventions.
Many TB languages are reported to use disambiguating PMA marking when there is the possibility of confusion over semantic role assignment.
Current plans are to annotate example PDPs and WSs with some of the commonsense areas that might prove useful in disambiguating the text.
Disambiguating the "Guilty Look": Salient Prompts to a Familiar Dog Behavior.
Disambiguating the search intent and improving the accuracy of resulting information is a hot research area where numerous contributions have been made to address these issues.
A disambiguating note by the volume's four editors would have been helpful.
Successful methods for disambiguating polysemous words automatically have been developed, but these methods are heavily reliant on marked-up corpora, which require significant investments of time and money (Edmonds, 2000).
Catalogers concentrate on collecting and structuring vocabularies, disambiguating language, and tracing meanings of concepts and relationships.
- AuthEntik[TM], a platform-based author data management solution for parsing, standardizing and disambiguating author data and records
AuthEntik(TM): A platform-based author data management solution for parsing, standardizing and disambiguating author data and records;
Only about 2% of the pair of utterances produced by the untrained naive speakers was rated as having disambiguating prosody.