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log line

[′läg ‚līn]
(engineering)
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Wednesday brought better luck, the twisted log line was cleared from the propeller and the engine once more pushed the little craft further up the coast, when at 7.
The book comes with an advertising log line saying: ""The book is about how they huffed and puffed and pulled the baby building down," and (http://www.
story#ixzz2wasnQFTO) pointed at the "vague" log line which is created using some "daring-sounding adjectives.
During the workshop, teen writers will learn how to develop stories, write log lines (a one- or two-sentence description that gives the basic concept of a script), create spark pages (a one- to two-page synopsis of an idea that includes narrative arc, descriptions of main characters, and tone or themes of the story), and get tips for reimagining popular characters.
The team says that AI2 can scale to billions of log lines per day, transforming the pieces of data on a minute-by-minute basis into different "features", or discrete types of behavior that are eventually deemed "normal" or "abnormal.
They illustrated behavioral context -- clusters of individual log lines which could be translated into records of human-readable actions.
The logs are grouped into correlated sets on a per-message basis, allowing the service to pull together log lines that are far apart in time but relate to the same message.
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To illustrate: Log Lines, a Mount Vernon, Washington, price reporting service, said the primary export log grade in the Longview area jumped 52 percent from January through August 1992 as exporters and domestic mills sought to outbid each other.