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other hand it represents a fuzzy modification of the Osgood semantic differential with a diachronic stratification of lexis. ... Joint fuzzy associative fields of two antonyms constitute on the one hand the main component of the associative map activated through fuzzification into a fuzzy associative verbal network, whilst on the ... To these ends we used the FUZZY MODELS OF THE DIACHRONIC SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIAL... ...doi:10.30970/fpl.2017.130.1498 fatcat:btx3mm6aezdgxovwmprelhh77m
2018 IEEE Second International Conference on Data Stream Mining & Processing (DSMP)
Application of fuzzy modeling in historical linguistics constitutes the contribution of the paper. ... Keywords -fuzzy associative field, fuzzy associative word structure; fuzzy associative adjectival network, fuzzy diachronic semantic differential, fuzzy lexis stratification, fuzzy adjectival associative ... ACKNOWLEDGMENT The special gratitude should be expressed to Vitaliy Arseniyovych Lishchynsky (1940Lishchynsky ( -2015, the supervisor of the author's diploma project "Fuzzy network qualityresearch and ...doi:10.1109/dsmp.2018.8478451 fatcat:w3eo2zxz5be7jjcmtkdjgfwrji
The spatial tracing and location analysis of emergency incidents is achieved through the utilisation of an Artificial Neural Network (ANN). ... of locational strategies for the improvement of the provided services. ... The problem-solving process is divided in three succeeding stages which fi rst, provide corresponding capabilities for diachronic analysis of the spatial pattern of demand, second, predict its future evolution ...doi:10.2495/sdp-v7-n3-372-384 fatcat:pz4osz6qvfakjfqpm3bu6vjgx4
, 1995) or diachronic pragmatics (Arnovick, 1999), historical discourse analysis (Brinton, 2001; Berkenkotter, 2009; Navarro, 2008), and historical sociopragmatics (Culpeper, 2009). ... Historical pragmatics has proven to be the most fruitful discipline of all and, since the foundation of the Journal of Historical Pragmatics by Jucker in 2000 (John Benjamins), it seems to be constantly ... Her objective is to study variation and change in the use of requests markers, especially pray and please in this century from a diachronic perspective. ...doaj:970772631011403bbd4320d739f67fa2 fatcat:5xt7onyyxbembb2xe7giitjo7q
His first example stresses a diachronic approach to development of sets through time by looking at objects in the topos Sets™:~) (which gives Kripke semantics). ... “We give a general introduction to nonstandard analysis, as well as outlining the fundamentals of Newtonian mechanics within nonstandard analysis. ...
—Applies servo theory to the analysis of language behavior. ... on fuzzy sets. ...
The physics of the manifestation of an arbitrary object –tackled in Part 2 as a separate article– sets forth an informational boundary stating that information cannot be enough to support our cognitive ... Furthermore, Dretske's approach –handcuffed to his maximalist support on information- presents some lacks concerning processual character of information, fuzziness of perception and knowledge, contents ... a rather passive role, something as a reservoir for a diachronic perception of reality. ...doi:10.31269/triplec.v9i2.285 fatcat:oppevhhu4vcsxjfbdx4zsuc5ra
The physics of the manifestation of an arbitrary object –tackled in Part 2 as a separate article– sets forth an informational boundary stating that information cannot be enough to support our cognitive ... Furthermore, Dretske's approach –handcuffed to his maximalist support on information- presents some lacks concerning processual character of information, fuzziness of perception and knowledge, contents ... a rather passive role, something as a reservoir for a diachronic perception of reality. ...doi:10.31269/vol9iss2pp358-366 fatcat:72fjoq6m5rek7jjgulbmibn4du
The main objective of this study was to design a repeatable method to monitor land conversion characterized by artificial sprawl: (i) We used an object-based image analysis to extract artificial areas ... The "artificialized" patch concept is an innovative extension of the urban patch concept, but differs in the nature of its components and in the continuity distance applied; (iii) The diachronic analysis ... Acknowledgments This project was supported by the DRAAF Languedoc-Roussillon (regional directorate of the French Ministry of Agriculture). ...doi:10.3390/rs4020404 fatcat:5b4ofr7exvh5lburliidkct4ui
texts and the computer-based analysis of originals and translations in three languages of historical documents from the 18 th century. ... We will illustrate the generic framework model by means of two examples from completely different domains, each treating a different language: the construction of a diachronic corpus for classical Ethiopic ... A diachronic language analysis (as it is required in order to see the development over centuries of classical Ethiopic) can be done only if the linguistic analysis is deep. ...dblp:conf/comhum/Vertan18 fatcat:s53eiirzcnecrp7gyalacovtne
Exploring functions of hedges and suggesting reasons for diachronic changes in their use are other research questions. ... The paper explores hedging devices in Russian authors' research article abstracts from a diachronic perspective. ... Hedges from a diachronic perspective (frequency per 1,000 words) Sub-corpus Hedges SC1 7.6 SC2 26.7 Table 1 summarizes the results of a diachronic analysis of hedges found in the two sub-corpora. ...doi:10.6035/clr.6221 fatcat:qniyzed7abdozoexs773nvdi6m
In the following, after a short state-of-the-art in Neologism Retrieval, Analysis and Life-tracking, we describe the overall architecture of the system. ... The platform combines state-of-the-art processes to track linguistic changes and a web platform for linguists to create and manage their corpora, accept or reject automatically identified neologisms, describe ... and indirect object for verb) of occurrences, sorted by one or several association measure. ...doi:10.18653/v1/e17-3024 dblp:conf/eacl/Cartier17 fatcat:vjckdylk2zdvpbagd5wryc3k3a
this article addresses universal laws of the functioning of open systems involved in myth-oriented semiosis, categorisation and world-modelling. the paper focuses on isomorphic regularities occurring in ... and cultural studies. the paper suggests formalised notations for logical construals, and demonstrates the cognitive premises of myth-oriented designations and the etymological reconstruction of a basic ... ; diachronically stable root morphemes iconically represent 'basic functional scripts' of the denoted object/phenomenon, etc. in a broader sense, we regard fractality as copying the internal structure ...doi:10.15181/rh.v28i0.2231 fatcat:d4tffonicrddnejajfkqmnjxtq
Additionally, the two lexemes yield different maps of polyfunctionality (with distinct prototypicality nuclei), which reflects their distinct diachronic and conceptual origin. ... The map of i radiates from the value of 'also' while the map of z radiates from a comitative sense. ... likely diachronic origin of i. ...doi:10.1515/linpo-2017-0009 fatcat:xoyvgemqtnd27l2clut3wfyqmy
taken together or in either of the languages, were analyzed diachronically. ... Setting 'ideograph' as a unit of analysis, the study carried out repeated close readings of the speeches. ... The current study used a diachronic perspective for the analysis of ideographs in the inaugural speeches. ...doi:10.31703/glr.2021(vi-iii).02 fatcat:v36zmfnppnfmzkmipmgxw7boiq
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