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When the Red-Ink Annotator wants to reinforce an emphasis by the Ruby Paraph hand, he sneaks a "no" under the paraph in imitation of the Little Brown notae (fig.
In two other manuscripts from Petrarca's library Fiorilla distinguishes the hand of a second annotator, Giovanni Boccaccio: a miscellanea with the Liber de Regno Sicilie of Ugo Falcando, Par.
18 at the North Polo Club (NPC) at Big Ben Farm in Pulilan, Bulacan, annotator Jack Clark Jr.
Each photograph was viewed sequentially by AUV mission, and a trained image annotator identified each scallop in the photograph, as well as designating each scallop counted as "healthy" or "compromised.
Finally, The Network Packets Collector send the detailed information according to predefined XML format to the Semantic Annotator.
Each scallop annotator received training on identifying sea scallops in benthic images, and was required to successfully identify at least 95% of the scallops from a standardized image data set before being allowed to annotate the rest of the images.
Because the set of annotators differs across MWEs, they were not able to estimate the inter-annotator agreement.
The reliability is mirrored in consistency of annotation (Brants 2000), done both by each individual annotator (intra-annotator agreement) and by more annotators when compared to each other (inter-annotator agreement).
I have observed a similar pattern of marginalia from an annotator writing in a 1532 Thynne edition held at the Newberry Library in Chicago.
More specifically, we describe a broad search strategy to retrieve citations from MEDLINE about OSCC and prognosis, selection and use of an annotation tool to label biomarker citations, development of annotator guidelines based on inclusion and exclusion criteria, and the calibration and consensus process.
Musical annotator Howard Posner, writing for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and referring to the second movement, said, "The resemblance between this movement and the scene in (Christoph) Gluck's opera 'Orfeo ed Euridice' - in which Orpheus calms the Furies with his song so that they let him enter Hades (and bring his beloved Euridice back to the world), has been much remarked on, notably by (Franz) Liszt.