contextual analysis

contextual analysis

[kən′teks·chə·wəl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
A phase of natural language processing, following semantic analysis, whose purpose is to elaborate the semantic representation of what has been made explicit in the utterance with what is implicit from context.
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We don't know of another firewall that as effectively perform message analysis, contextual analysis, and post processing, to identify threats and to alert the operator of these threats.
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Arts Prof Dr Mohammad Yousuf Khushk said the research work presented by the research scholar is according to research design in terms of qualitative in nature, descriptive, textual and contextual analysis.
Action 2 - Investigation ServicesThe supplier must be able to provide quantitative and qualitative studies, feasibility studies, follow-ups and target group and contextual analysis.
The book-by-book analysis also incorporates the contextual analysis of B.
Vexigo's patented contextual analysis engine C the driving power behind the Visualizr C performs a real-time analysis of an individual's navigation behavior in order to populate the magazine.
This translates into reduced turnaround time, contextual analysis and better managed, more integrated multichannel VoC survey programs.
Plot summaries, thematic discussion, and brief contextual analysis of fifty-nine legendary stories compose Folktales of Old China.
The Mandiant Intelligence Center provides customers with the analytical tools and contextual analysis to help customers better understand high priority threats so they can identify and stop attacks.
JUDICIAL DISCORD ON CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS AND THE SECTION 15-SECTION 1 DIVIDE V.
While limited in its contextual analysis, History from the Underside is a perceptive and meticulously researched text--a pioneering work that needs to be followed up with more detailed biographies, particularly of current church leaders.
One of the most notable strengths of The Postnational Fantasy is the way in which many of the essays contained therein model a kind of engagement with their chosen texts that combines close reading with broader contextual analysis, much like that done by Ellis in his article.
From his contextual analysis, it is evident that there is a new Western conceptual framework of identifying the "people of Libya".