sublanguage

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sublanguage

(database, language)
One of the languages associated with a DBMS, for example a data-definition language or query language.
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Such algorithms transform the texts from certain sublanguages of NL into SRs (in other terms, text meaning representations).
The Error Model Annex (EAnnex) is a sublanguage of AADL.
For Noll, their shared insight into the subtle exchanges of influence that occur between the discourse of a given text or treatise in political theory and the several alternate "sublanguages" of the culture that surrounds it in the process of its creation holds promise as well for the historian searching to find the place of theology in society.
The special languages described and endorsed by Morris and Korzybski suggest sublanguages or languages purposefully restricted to a special area--such as, science, poetry, or HCI (human-computer interaction).
"Oma Keel" is issued twice a year; it publishes popular articles about linguistics and language maintenance, Estonian dialects and other sublanguages, etymologies, introductory articles about our linguists and language institutions, surveys of new literature concerning the Estonian language, chronology of language events, etc.
There are also about 150 regional and minority languages, sublanguages, and dialects spoken by as many as 50 million people.
The OWL language is divided into three sublanguages: OWL-Lite (the most simple), OWL-DL (fairly complex) and OWL-Full (the most complex).
The aim is to explain and compare the share and dynamics of indirectal means of expression in literary Estonian based on the example of two sublanguages. The problems of direct (the imperative) and reported (the jussive) command have been discussed by Erelt (2002b) and Erelt and Metslang (2004).
each of these sublanguages remain bound to their respective context.
For example, if the student chooses to decompose the language into two or three sublanguages, the resulting sublanguages will be quite simple, and therefore constructing a DFA for each will not be overly complicated.