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sematic

[si′mat·ik]
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The following path of sematic development can be supposed in this case: 'hair, fur' > '(hair) colour' > 'red colour'.
Each variable was measured on a 6-point sematic bipolar scale with "More" (or "5") and "Less" (or "1") noted at the ends, plus a "Don't Know or N/A" option (or "0") next to "Less." Interval data were gathered.
[8], the following principles have been followed in adapting FISs: (1) context adaptation will not modify the rule-base as the rule-base is considered to be a context-free and universal knowledge; (2) context adaptation will not change the number of linguistic variables and, consequently, the number of corresponding fuzzy sets defined in the rule-base; and (3) context adaptation will not affect the sematic ordering of linguistic variables.
Therefore, we generated an ontology tree to allow for sematic matching and to improve the precision.
Ideally, online commentary that has sematic integrity does not hint or ask students to guess at what they are supposed to be learning; it is not evasive nor does it poorly address the subject matter.
one kind of data in WoT with its own characteristic's and not as same time -series is spatiotemporal interval data and provisioning sematic content can be achieved by cluster evaluation, spatial distance evaluation[11],[36] in fusion plasma with two phase region outlier detection, KVASIR architecture [22].
Furthermore, this provides a more precise method of understanding how the ontological concepts can be used to identify any availability sematic web overlaps through conceptualisation and inferences of pieces of knowledge.
Indeed, locating the poems' meanings in the sematic registers of the words used would make a poet (and presumably a reader) guilty of engaging in the "heresy of the didactic" (2)--a sin which Poe railed against when he saw it in the works of other writers, such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The third step tried to use the sematic memory of the participants about an ideal leader.
(1) Separation of domain specific concepts and generic concept allows users to define their own sematic and terminologies while using the same generic schema.
The authors would like to thank Fangjing Wu, student at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands, for working with them in the preprocessing of the diary sematic data.
Pinheiro and colleagues compared musicians and nonmusician healthy controls when they listened to sentences with two conditions: sematic content (neutral versus happy versus angry) and pure prosody.