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semantic

1. of or relating to semantics
2. Logic concerned with the interpretation of a formal theory, as when truth tables are given as an account of the sentential connectives

semantic

(1) For the software company, see Symantec.

(2) For language-related definitions, see semantics, semantic error, semantic gap and Semantic Web.
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These enhancements to Semantic Search have also been applied to Validity Insights' Semantic Prior Art feature.
Working with a complete semantic technology suite can simplify the transition to a smart application environment.
Other evidence for the influence of semantic transparency comes from priming experiments.
One company in the library arena that planted a stake in semantic web technology early on was Talis Group Ltd.
In setting out to test the semantic processing system, Dr.
dolphin-whale) produce reliable masked priming effects in a semantic categorization task, with prime exposures as short as 28 and 43 ms (e.
The fourth and the last group of services provide Mark the ability to navigate across collections of documents stored on his laptop as well as those documents from the social network repository by following explicit semantic links between semantically related document units.
The semantic wikis were proposed in the early 2000's, and began to be seriously implemented by 2005.
However, in order for this to alleviate the limitations of the traditional search engines, we propose one based on semantic information.
The report, entitled "Semantic Technologies: Landscape of High Value Applications for the Enterprise", cited in addition to Pragmatech's semantic engine some of the largest software companies and leading research labs in the world.
The main method of the study was to investigate a semantic-syntactic dependency in a sentence between a verb Vbl and its object Obl, proceeding from the semantic dependency between a semantically close verb Vb2 and its object Ob2.
The report, "The Fate of the Semantic Web," was based on interviews with 371 internet experts and 524 other internet users recruited either by the experts themselves or by the Pew Internet & American Life Project via email, Facebook, and Twitter.

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