enriched, disparate internal and external content sources can be exploited to give a more robust view of product attributes.
In each of these approaches, priming with words that are semantically
related to a constituent should result in faster processing for the compound when the constituent is semantically
transparent but not when the constituent is opaque.
In the condition of delayed JOLs, 80 pairs of target cue words were presented, 40 of which were semantically
2009: 156-157), who argue that the get-passive "is semantically
restricted in that it prefers a restricted set ofverbs sharing an 'adversative' core meaning" (Ruhlemann 2007: 120).
There are few studies in the literature that have used a similar approach, and they differ in the criterion used to consider words as semantically
Recent evidence has shown that semantically
related words which are not associates (e.
That does not mean, however, that Chopin himself perceived this work in such a semantically
Solidarity is semantically
connected to the idea of helping others.
Hochschild argues against Ashworth and Gilson that Cajetan's commitments to compositionality and a conceptualist rather than usage-based analysis of signification did not confuse Cajetan's attempt to semantically
Some specific areas explored are inference degradation in information fusion, an agent-based approach to process management in e-leaning environments, a semantically
enriched model for ontologies, agent-based semantic interoperability of geo-services, agile workflow for long-term processes, and semantic supplier contract monitoring and execution for DSS architecture.
Next steps should include employment of real ontologies for the agents and services to communicate semantically
tag and organize its library of media assets.