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sematic

[si′mat·ik]
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Sematic web holds huge data with different scaled parameters in a high level similarity data.
The equipment implements all of the required non-real time (discretionary) functionality and the supplier provides the specified sematic data in an automated format required to interpret the messages associated with the Real Time functionality.
The author begins by outlining current ideas in the study of linguistic meaning and where they came from, then identifies three ways in which the current theoretical framework must change, focusing on the sematic contents of sentences.
In this work, we consider how to effectively update the sematic index generated by LSI and keep the index consistent in the whole MP2P network.
The following diagram maps the recruited sematic fields in both Nagi's and shelley's poems
Moreover, the two contrasting manners in which Du Bartas and Hudson refer to Judit/Judith in the Summary belong to different semantic fields: whereas the source text alludes to the sematic field of prescribed feminine beauty, the target text refers to that of war.
Sematic memory deficit in multiple sclerosis; impaired understanding of conceptual meanings.
Thus, macroroles, which are generalizations of the different types of sematic roles and serve to link the semantics of predicates to its syntax, are adopted as the triggering point in this interface mechanism.
The program will also talk about the sematic assessment about the pollination as we need pollinators to pollinate are props then the "farming exercise will be much lower.
Fifteen pairs of polar adjectives were chosen to be included in the sematic differential.