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topic

(in rhetoric, logic, etc.) a category or class of arguments or ideas which may be drawn on to furnish proofs
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This paper discusses hot topic discovery from Chinese text that combines statistics and linguistic technology.
Therefore, detecting network hot topic quickly and efficiently is the key to grasp the rules of public sentiment changing.
Interpretation of these sequences: The start of a topic, opening discussion in the forum, is a source from which can spring possible reactions that evaluate, complement, amplify, or simply continue the ideas expounded.
Content Catalyst is a 276-page e-book containing over 400 topic ideas, www.
The commentary includes editorials, academic tax research, oddball tax developments, songs about taxes and any other miscellaneous topics of interest to Prof.
Ordnance--A topic area devoted to Field Maintenance Issues:
This is particularly true in the common tendency to choose national units for topics ranging from family to patterns of work--whether national political factors enter in strongly or not.
A clear structure would also help ensure that all major topics are included.
The main topics are Air and Land, Water, Flora and Fauna, Pollution, and References.
More information about these topics (including annual totals from 1996 to 2005) is provided in Tables 1 and 2.
The librarians building MedlinePlus Health Topic pages follow the same model that collection development librarians have used for years to create print reference collections, but the Web format creates additional challenges to collection evaluation and selection.
The association gave her the topic they wanted to hear - "marketing your county" - and it was Weissman's responsibility to research the group and apply the basic communication skills she used at CPB to a new environment.