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Keyword programming in java

Greg Little, Robert C. Miller
2007 Proceedings of the twenty-second IEEE/ACM international conference on Automated software engineering - ASE '07  
Keyword programming is a novel technique for reducing the need to remember details of programming language syntax and APIs, by translating a small number of unordered keywords provided by the user into  ...  We tested the algorithm on keywords provided by users in a web-based study.  ...  The reason for this translation is that put is a synonym of set in Word-Net, and so the single function keySet explains both the keywords put and key.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1321631.1321646 dblp:conf/kbse/LittleM07 fatcat:dzltweexl5hunk7kpuguqktm7y

Keyword programming in Java

Greg Little, Robert C. Miller
2008 Automated Software Engineering : An International Journal  
Keyword programming is a novel technique for reducing the need to remember details of programming language syntax and APIs, by translating a small number of unordered keywords provided by the user into  ...  We tested the algorithm on keywords provided by users in a web-based study.  ...  The reason for this translation is that put is a synonym of set in Word-Net, and so the single function keySet explains both the keywords put and key.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10515-008-0041-9 fatcat:xiilyl3wqraudk4mtazpnw6cpe

Three concepts of keywords [chapter]

Michael Stubbs
2010 Studies in Corpus Linguistics  
First, there are several different concepts of "keywords".  ...  The term "keywords" is widely used to refer to words which are important in some way, either in individual texts or in a given culture.  ...  INTRODUCTION Keywords are words which are claimed to have a special status, either because they express important evaluative social meanings, or because they play a special role in a text or text-type.  ... 
doi:10.1075/scl.41.03stu fatcat:mvgzbgnyq5d3xctqbuhgygiyvi

Unique Keywords Found in the Titles of YouTube Beauty and Fashion Videos

Lintang Larasati, Rio Rini Diah Moehkardi
2020 Lexicon  
A quantitative method was used to identify the most frequently used unique keywords.  ...  It attempts to identify the most frequently used unique keywords found in the titles of the videos and examine the semantic change of the keywords.  ...  Therefore, the idiom may be categorized in the specialization type of semantic change.  ... 
doi:10.22146/lexicon.v6i2.53155 fatcat:h2xk7smg4bb7lm3uxjpdinoky4

Generating advertising keywords from video content

Michael J. Welch, Junghoo Cho, Walter Chang
2010 Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '10  
Ravi et al. [17] propose a two phase generative model for identifying relevant advertising keywords for a given Web page.  ...  methods to identify dominant terms in the source text.  ...  When building the graph, two article types in the main namespace are processed specially.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1871437.1871637 dblp:conf/cikm/WelchCC10 fatcat:ijroptctffbfxi5lhe475xl2o4

Where Keywords Fail: Using Metadata to Facilitate Digital Humanities Scholarship

Sheila Bair, Sharon Carlson
2008 Journal of Library Metadata  
The many idiosyncrasies of primary source materials, including alternate spellings, abbreviations, obsolete and regional word usage, idioms, misspellings and omissions make full-text keyword searching  ...  Abbreviations, obsolete and regional word usage, idioms, misspellings and alternate spellings, and omissions in primary sources make keyword searching, especially across many items in online collections  ... 
doi:10.1080/19386380802398503 fatcat:khqodccjfbdkzevetw5lmpu5wa

Salazar, Noel B., and Kiran Jayaram (eds.): Keywords of Mobility

Anju Mary Paul
2018 Anthropos: Internationale Zeitschrift für Völker- und Sprachenkunde  
Another "missing" keyword is "Migration."  ...  Using Hodgson's chronology, the "Middle Periods" (11-15th centuries) that followed the era of the "High Caliphate" are identified as a fertile source for an alternative "matrix of civility" (77).  ... 
doi:10.5771/0257-9774-2018-1-335 fatcat:eehxwawqjfdmvalmc67v7ijduy

Specifying Progression in Academic Speaking: A Keyword Analysis of CEFR-Based Proficiency Descriptors

Armin Berger
2019 Language Assessment Quarterly  
To validate the progression, the common reference points are compared to the results of a keyword analysis of C1 and C2 descriptors for speaking from several CEFR-related sources.  ...  The findings reflect both the potential and the limitations of a keyword analysis for present purposes, indicating that the approach taken is complementary to other forms of validation.  ...  The remaining keywords, idiom, precise, flexible and audience, however, do show a pattern.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15434303.2019.1689981 fatcat:djj6n3dn7fajlk6fi2alghh4ei

PHRASES WITH THE KEYWORD-SYMBOLS (ON THE MATERIAL OF THE UKRAINIAN AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES)

Natalia Venzhynovych, Uzhhorod National University
2016 The international scientific and pedagogical organization of philologists East-West  
In connection with a special importance of this natural -mentioned nations created unique phraseological units with the keyword WATER.  ...  In the phrase mouth is identified with a place of action.  ...  Every nation has created its own unique phraseological expressions, in the stock of which the keyword WATER is realized.  ... 
doi:10.33739/2587-5434-2019-2-58-62 fatcat:56vqfzy3lzf7ncbzxajodn5opi

Keywords and Cultural Change: Frame Analysis of Business Model Public Talk, 1975–2000

Amin Ghaziani, Marc J. Ventresca
2005 Sociological forum (Randolph, N.J.)  
To test competing theories of this tension, we employ frame analysis of more than 500 journal abstracts over a 25-year period, tracking the spread of business model as an economic keyword generated during  ...  It is an effective methodological strategy to "locate, perceive, identify, and label" (Goffman, 1974:21) the flow of information, paying special attention to connections between the meanings of a keyword  ...  Placement is a joint product of the presence of key idea elements read within the idiom of a particular theory referent.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11206-005-9057-0 fatcat:x5p4gqmikfb3zlfvtdmsi7dcti

Still a Lot to Lose: The Role of Controlled Vocabulary in Keyword Searching

Tina Gross, Arlene G. Taylor, Daniel N. Joudrey
2014 Cataloging & Classification Quarterly  
In their 2005 study, Gross and Taylor found that more than a third of records retrieved by keyword searches would be lost without subject headings.  ...  A review of the literature since then shows that numerous studies, in various disciplines, have found that a quarter to a third of records returned in a keyword search would be lost without controlled  ...  Abbreviations, obsolete and regional word usage, idioms, misspellings and alternate spellings, and omissions in primary sources make keyword searching, especially across many items in online collections  ... 
doi:10.1080/01639374.2014.917447 fatcat:yl2n74djhvcrlauq5rqissnani

Cross-cultural Variation as a Variable in Comprehending and Remembering Figurative Idioms

Frank Boers, Murielle Demecheleer, June Eyckmans
2004 European Journal of English Studies  
Roughly three categories of obstacles to identifying the source domain can be distinguished: (i) The idiom may contain a keyword whose literal meaning is unknown to the learner.  ...  Several variables affect the degree of etymological transparency of idioms (e.g. the presence of homographic keywords), but we have identified one variable among them that -in addition to turning idioms  ... 
doi:10.1080/1382557042000277449 fatcat:cdssnai6qzhjtnltg77pzf3czu

Theoretical and Computational Solutions for Phraseological Lexicography

Almind, Richard, Bergenholtz, Henning, Vrang, Vibeke
2006 Linguistik Online  
the danish idiom dictionary has been criticized by Ken Farø to use a less than optimal theory in the description of what a phraseme really is.  ...  needs, thereby reducing the necessity for complicated classifications. the danish idiom dictionary including its search capabilities is described in full.  ...  According to the definition that we used in order to identify idioms, gå fra snøvsen (throw a fit or lose one's marbles) is not an idiom.  ... 
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Investigating keyword extraction for identifying units of stance in legislative texts Ersilia Incelli

Dipartimento Studi
unpublished
The analysis investigates the semantic relations around keywords and keyword clusters (ngrams) by carrying out concordance analyses of collocations and observing the frequencies of specific terms, such  ...  The analysis also makes use of the related notions of semantic prosody (Louw, 1993), semantic preference and discourse prosody (Stubbs, 2002), for example through an analysis of cultural keywords and the  ...  The fixed and formulated terms which make up the specialized discourse of legal English make it easy to identify a high density of reoccurring legal lexical patterns.  ... 
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Composable and hygienic typed syntax macros

Cyrus Omar, Chenglong Wang, Jonathan Aldrich
2015 Proceedings of the 30th Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC '15  
Figure 13 :Figure 1 . 131 Statics for Keyword Invocation e.  ...  API protocols l Can't use specialized syntax to define types themselves l Only one choice of syntax per type l Cannot specify syntax for a type you don't control l Can't capture idioms that  ... 
doi:10.1145/2695664.2695936 dblp:conf/sac/OmarWA15 fatcat:4ybqfgaiazbfzhw75ztfy3fumy
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