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For the annotative form of the notes itself embodies the epistemological structure common to all these fields of inquiry, the very objectivism Eliot found so untenable in Knowledge and Experience.
Annotative locative media and G-P-S: granularity, participation, and serendipity.
However much social conservatives have complained about an ideologically tilted English classroom, Norton separates itself from the fuss of culture wars by defining its core annotative purpose as explanatory rather than interpretive.
The subjective quality of annotative work on historical manuscripts is an undisputed although controversial aspect of scholarly editing (Kline and Perdue 232-41; Stevens and Burg 157-70).
Our survey of current literature and research suggests that, based on the use and purpose of the application, locative media can be divided into five main categories: social annotative, commercial annotative, navigational, location-based services and location-based gaming.
The librarian with experience of the research process is aware of health literature, creating literature reviews, research methods, critical analysis of research articles and annotative bibliographies.
The topics include basic object commands, modifying objects, linear and angular dimensioning, dynamic blocks, and annotative objects.
Watermarking is one of application areas of information hiding but its requirements differ from methods of information embedding with annotative purpose [10].
"Healthymagination" is an annotative idea that GE Healthcare is working on with Ministry of Health, what is the main goal of this initiative and how it serves health care sector in the Kingdom?
The moment the camera dwells on an object, it introduces a definite article into its annotative flow, and, with that, triggers an emblematization, the process by which an "a" yields to a "the." Obviously it has been planted, but it reads serendipitously into the film, for which reason I shall talk about "emblemes trouvees," recalling the "chance" framings that allowed Duchamp, say, to recontextualize a urinal as a fountain.
We reviewed Market7 and its Annotative Player about a year ago.
Instead of being illustrative or annotative, the poems unpack and amplify the themes embedded in the photographs.