contextual analysis

contextual analysis

[kən′teks·chə·wəl ə′nal·ə·səs]
(computer science)
A phase of natural language processing, following semantic analysis, whose purpose is to elaborate the semantic representation of what has been made explicit in the utterance with what is implicit from context.
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Ijaz, a renowned scholar and researcher gave a historical and contextual analysis of how the current policies of Modi's India resemble those of Hitler's Germany and Mussolini's Italy.
Our nGenius service assurance solutions provide real-time, contextual analysis of service, network, and application performance.
Zamoyski opts for a brisk narrative, moving from birth to death in forty sharp chapters and keeping contextual analysis to a minimum.
Many of the contributors, to no surprise, draw on Petrarchism throughout, whether to emphasize that literary style's contextual importance or, in the case of Ian Frederick Moulton's fascinating contribution, using Petrarch's sonnets as a gateway to draw the reader's attention to other comparative modes of literary and contextual analysis. Moulton introduces the reader to Antonio Beccadelli's Hermaphroditus (ca 1425), a collection of controversial Latin epigrams that are direct and explicit in terms of sex and desire (and unfortunately, pederasty).
This is a very complex issue, one that needs much critical thinking and contextual analysis, with a view to the country's fiscal constraints.
These partners enhance the OT-specific capabilities within Fortinet's portfolio by adding deep packet inspection and contextual analysis capabilities to Fortinet's OT vulnerability scanning and policy enforcement.
Articles are now supplemented with contextual analysis and elegant graphics and background facts giving richness to the newspaper's output.
Among their topics are materialities and the resilient global frontierization of Africa, materialities and human rights in contemporary African higher education: the case of the Fees Must Fall movements in southern African universities, materialities and symbols of Zimbabwe's civil religion, gendered experiences: land grabs and the de-feminization of Africa's agrarian future, a contextual analysis of small-scale mining: interrogating the question of materialities in Namibia, and the literary construction of the metaphysical in the African milieu.
Achieving a useful level of contextual analysis is what separates behavior-based anomaly detection from conventional cybersecurity.
Four further essays explore textualities, literary culture and contextual analysis. Marco Nievergelt compares the rhetoric and didactics of the fourteenth-century Pelerinage of the Cistercian Guillaume de Deguileville with those of the Roman de la Rose, Marcel Elias looks at emotions in late Middle English Charlemagne romances as a means for exposing diverging views on crusading culture, Philip Knox examines the blurring of medieval generic boundaries between lyric and narrative writing, and Sebastian Langdell argues that Chaucer as represented in Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes is a result of the increasingly militant and repressive English Church.
Each chapter builds on the next, providing a geographic, economic, social, and political contextual analysis for each referenced period of time.
also produces a larger fitting error) is handled using contextual analysis which defines: 1) Attached objects 2) Overgrowing vegetation and 3) Small objects.