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snippet

A small amount of something. In the computer field, it often refers to a small piece of program code.
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Sullivan explained that showing more than one featured snippet may also eventually help in cases where you can get contradictory information when asking about the same thing but in different ways.
The key research questions we want to investigate in this paper include the following: (RQ1) Which snippet terms should be highlighted to improve users' search experience?
It is towards this end that we wrote custom snippet code to customize almost any section of the website.
"Snippet view" presents basic information similar to that on a traditional library card catalog, with the addition of a few sentences of text.
The Snippet range of editing tools available within the Radio-Assist automation products is now available for iOS devices.
However, obtaining a query-biased snippet from an encrypted data is quite challenging.
Therefore, dedicated mechanisms within the Snippet System allow for checking which excerpts of a document have also been included in other documents.
While typical search results provide links to websites deemed relevant to queries, Google now weaves in direct connections to spots on pages with snippets of information that might be of interest.
Earlier research tied the prairie vole's paternal devotion to a long stretch of repeated DNA snippets near a gene linked to detecting the hormone vasopressin.
It stores your information in a single file, making it very fast to find a particular snippet using the built-in search.
The second tier of AMPP architecture consists of hundreds to thousands of query snippet processors, called snippet processing units (SPUs).
The title "Snippet Sensations" refers to a type of application technique where different coloured and patterned fabrics are cut into pieces and used to create pictures.