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multimodal

Two or more modes of operation. The term is used to refer to myriad functions and conditions in which two or more different methods, processes or forms of delivery are used. On the Web, it refers to asking for something one way and receiving the answer another; for example requesting information via speech and receiving the answer on screen.
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The authors extend results for unimodal maps and multimodal maps to generalized multimodal maps, and prove several definitions of geometric pressure P(t) give the same value for pressure on periodic orbits, tree pressure, and variational pressure.
Description of services: The project includes: o Conducting a multimodal passenger terminal taking account for land areas all modes (TC bus, VP, taxis, pedestrians, 2WD, bikes) and maritime aspects (barges and speedboats).
Perhaps due to the fact that technologies are changing so fast and/or that epistemologies in literacy education are recently incorporating new semiotic practices (Manghi, Crespo, Bustos, & Haas, 2016; Trillos-Carrillo & Rogers, 2017), research on how language teacher education is facing the increasing use of multimodal texts is scarce.
The Multimodal Transport Center (MTC) will provide seamless access for passengers to connect using various transport modes including passenger buses, the train and cabs.
Combining Strive's freight management and multimodal brokerage capabilities, proprietary LoadRunner Transportation Management System, and excellence in process automation with Redwood's scale, integrated model, enterprise sales team, and best-in-class transportation execution creates an innovative, full-service logistics offering for the transportation marketplace.
The post SAS named a "leader" in multimodal PAML solutions appeared first on TahawulTech.com.
In a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, the researchers randomized patients to a tailored tai chi program, Taiji Quan: Moving for Better Balance (TJQMBB), multimodal exercise, or a control intervention of basic stretching.
We shared Our Learning Intention (OLI) with the students: We will collaboratively create a digital information text, so that we extend our multimodal literacy knowledge and skills and learn more about living things.
Let's look at some of the more prominent standards for speech, natural language, and multimodal systems.
The conference presented the importance and possibilities of multimodal transport of cargo, especially in the context of 2018, which has been declared the year of European multimodality.
WEDNESDAY, March 7, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Use of multimodal analgesia is associated with fewer complications, reduced opioid prescriptions, and reduced hospital length of stay after total hip/knee arthroplasty, according to a study published online March 1 in Anesthesiology.
USTRANSCOM's multimodal contracts enable SDDC to find cost-effective ways to support the warfighter through commercial air and ocean carriers.

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