It is doubtful that semantic errors
ever will be completely eliminated.
This version of cultural pluralism makes a semantic error
in extensional identity: mistaking mutually exclusive universes of discourse called musics for one and the same universe of discourse called music.
Consistent with our findings, in a study examining the nature of semantic errors
in monolingual aphasia, Dell et al.
in transcoding task in a shallow orthography: A retrospective study on 502 Italian vascular patients.
: patient's response belongs to the same semantic category as the stimulus.
Topics include combining data sets with DATA step statements, sorting observations in a data set, processing data with DO loops, and correcting semantic errors
. A practice exam is provided at the end of each of the five chapters.
In the constitution of the text, Leistritz principally follows the editio princeps (Rome, 1485), replacing evident misprints as well as grammatical and semantic errors
. The edition of the text is furnished by two apparatuses containing (a) the divergences of the printed editions (including orthographical variants) and (b) similia from ancient and neo-Latin literature and from the Bible.
According to NCC mCheck is the first testing tool on the market that is able to check both syntactic and semantic errors
in the WML (Wireless Mark-up Language) - a feature that not only enables the tool to determine if the application is coded properly but also to indicate how it will be read on handsets from phone or PDA manufacturers such as Motorola, Nokia and Palm.
As the only case for which a significant proportion of errors are semantic involves the unlesioned model, semantic errors
must be more a consequence of learning than they are of lesioning.
where N[X] is the number of instances of the construct in the expert version; [M.sub.1] is the number of major semantic errors
; and [M.sub.2] is the number of minor semantic errors
Variability in the semantic errors
produced by brain-injured patients.