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In hacker parlance, this word has strong connotations of "annoying", or "difficult", or both. Hackers relish a challenge, and enjoy wringing all the irony possible out of the ancient Chinese curse "May you live in interesting times".
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76 on usefulness and interestingness thus shows that Sakila compares favorably to instructor and textbook examples in a consistent manner.
After evaluating each of the 5 opportunities based on feasibility and interestingness and averaging the combined scores, they decided that the top three opportunities that they would venture into are: integration with social networks, integration with video sharing sites and personalized cards.
If another feature occurs at only one location, its interestingness is concentrated at that one location.
After reading the background information, participants were asked to view and rate the four paintings across six aesthetic dimensions: pleasingness, liking, preferability, beauty, interestingness, and wish to see again.
Then other rule are generated by deleting the last items in the antecedent and inserting it to theconsequent,further the confidences of the new rules are checked to determine the interestingness of them.
Given that the user interests are represented as a set of hierarchy topics weighted by their degree of interestingness, our aim is to represent the site pages in an analogous manner, i.
If it is lyric, it's a lyric that places words and rhythms in the mouth of the speaker which are not original to the speaker but which characterize the speaker, I perpetually hope with intensity and subtlety and interestingness.
He describes selecting an initial corpus of interest to the field; identifying salient patterns in the texts through holistic reading and close analysis; making a determination of interestingness (i.
This pragmatic interestingness is usually obtained by the account of events or actions that are unexpected, deviant, extraordinary, or unpredictable, given the knowledge and beliefs of the audience.
Their writing often lacks interestingness, organization, cohesion and clarity (Wong et al.
What terrifies me is that I may be being asked to these bunfights on the grounds of my interestingness.
Like most journals, Social Work uses an anonymous, peer review process to determine which submissions best meet the standards of the journal: relevance to the profession, importance, soundness of analysis, clarity of writing, originality, and interestingness.