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The other two annotators have not done this, though Melinda McLeod Rousselle has put the words and phrases she annotates in quotation marks.
Human annotators with domain knowledge provide better annotated data.
Katie Ann-Marie Bugyis examines the theological and devotional significance of the glossing provided by another writer associated with Mount Grace, the anonymous Red Ink Annotator of The Book of Margery Kempe.
The inter-annotated was measured on a subset of about 10,000 tokens that was annotated by all six annotators.
Using the new model, we created a system that successfully follows many mobile-manipulation commands from a corpus created by untrained annotators using crowd sourcing.
This chapter balances detailed archival and bibliographical facts with thoughtful political and religious history, and is distinguished by its alertness to the multiple possibilities open to writers, printers, readers and annotators.
The last part of the first chapter examines the hands of other annotators that can be taken back in different times and ways to Petrarca's circle.
All in all, the Handbook is a noteworthy effort and should be indispensable to anyone involved with the performance or programming of orchestral music, including program annotators, orchestra managers, librarians, arts administrators, conductors, musicians, broadcasters, discographers, and choral groups.
So, in slightly varying terms, annotators obligingly shed light on the obscure pneumatics of exhalation and inhalation involved in this corvine coupling; but, having supplied their helpful information, the annotators signally fail to reveal how the process they describe is relevant to the part the crow is called upon to play in the poem's obsequies.
Then a single click takes users to relevant information provided by more than 30 annotators in the Annotate.
Among these annotators is the scribe Salthows himself, the producer of our surviving copy.
The colloquium took place as part of this trend, but with an eye on filling a gap: discussion is limited to scientific and philosophical texts, and more particularly to annotators in the process of reacting to the contents of these texts, either as commentators, critics, or readers using the text as starting points for their own ideas.