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Question Answering with QACTIS at TREC 2004

Patrick Schone, T. Bassi, A. Kulman, Gary M. Ciany, Paul McNamee, James Mayfield
2004 Text Retrieval Conference  
We provide a description of the QACTIS question-answering system and its application to and performance in the 2004 TREC question-answering evaluation.  ...  Since this was also QACTIS's first year competing at TREC, we provide a complete overview of its purpose, development, structure, and its future directions.  ...  Additional appreciation goes to John Prange and the AQUAINT program for providing funding for portions of the work involved in this effort.  ... 
dblp:conf/trec/SchoneBKCMM04 fatcat:ookhcb4adfhh5evefp5x7q4ibq

Impacts of artificial intelligence on organizational decision making

Thomas Lawrence
1991 Journal of Behavioral Decision Making  
A set of 11 hypotheses has been developed which examine the relationships between artificial intelligence technologies and the dimensions of organizational decision making.  ...  Because the development of artificial intelligence technologies and models has largely been based on psychological models of human cognition, the effects of their implementation in complex social settings  ...  The same is true for the set of an organization's competitors; there are some clear competitors and there are some for whom it is not clear.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bdm.3960040306 fatcat:ucpruydr4bhhpdvlmae7s7teym

Multi-Fault Diagnosis Of Industrial Rotating Machines Using Data-Driven Approach: A Review Of Two Decades Of Research [article]

Shreyas Gawde, Shruti Patil, Satish Kumar, Pooja Kamat, Ketan Kotecha, Ajith Abraham
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The engineers' top priority is to maintain these critical machines to reduce the unplanned shutdown and increase the useful life of machinery.  ...  However, a consolidated review of literature that focuses more on multi-fault diagnosis of rotating machines is lacking.  ...  Search engines, for example, were built to sort through the vast amounts of data available on the internet.  ... 
arXiv:2206.14153v1 fatcat:qqcznet7cjb63ioed3rh77cv5q

The empiricism of Michel Serres a theory of the senses between philosophy of science, phenomenology and ethics

Petra Gehring
2021 Filozofija i Društvo  
The paper presents the philosophy of the French philosopher Michel Serres, with an accent on his working method and unusual methodology. Starting from the thesis that the empiricist trait of Serres?  ...  Here we see both a radical empiricism all his own and a closeness to phenomenology. Nevertheless, perception and language are not opposed to each other in Serres.  ...  9 From agriculture and physics (Turgot) to engines to war and peace -and then on to the knowledge economy of scientific inventions, in which, as is well known, military use also plays a role.  ... 
doi:10.2298/fid2102229g fatcat:g23wyelv55cq3lvzzt6rzh3fqy

Mr. Sorokin's Systems

Rushton Coulborn, W. E. B. Du Bois
1942 The Journal of modern history  
and engines, great states and great wars?  ...  Yet is there, in reality, absolute scission as between the hermit or monks, on the one hand, and the surrounding society, on the other? We think not.  ... 
doi:10.1086/236662 fatcat:hpk67o2ufzdtpkrdidbq5ornoi

Lexikos 13

Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
distinguished: exploratory questions, encyclopedic questions, onomasiological questions, semasiological questions and task questions.  ...  The most important division of functions is one between communication-oriented and knowledge-oriented functions.  ...  Each article must be accompanied by an English abstract of 150 to 250 words, and between 10 and 30 English keywords.  ... 
doi:10.5788/13-0-749 fatcat:wzuuozw4cbapdpv7mvzfun3gdi

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Lexikos Lexikos
2012 Lexikos  
on the perception of word frequency.  ...  Unit for their expert advice on statistical analyses.  ...  The interrelationship between work task performance, search task performance and relevance is illustrated in Figure 1 , taken from Cosijn and Bothma 2005: 48.  ... 
doi:10.5788/22-1-1017 fatcat:xf6tumoegvdbtc6m4wtnavvuhy

Britchenko Igor. University as a core of e-learning ecosystem/Polishchuk Y., Kornyliuk A., Britchenko I.//14th conference reader, Prague: Center for Higher Education Studies Location: Microsoft, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC Date: JUN 20-21, 2019. – P. 309-319 [article]

Igor Britchenko, Polishchuk Yevhenia, Kornyliuk Anna
In authors' opinion, one of the most perspective collaborative projects are in frame of "students – schoolchildren" due to effective knowledge transfer.  ...  Such kind of cooperation can fill the gap between school and university education.  ...  Acknowledgements Another researcher worked on framework presented in these pages, Prof. Giuseppe Tacconi of the University of Verona.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13330865.v2 fatcat:cduog2cknfcyzdvnmihqylawdu

Vol.2, No.2, May 2009

Editor IES
2009 International Education Studies  
Acknowledgement We are grateful for Professor Don McNeil for his helpful advice and suggestions. The study is granted by the Commission on Higher Education of Thailand.  ...  Brief review of theories about errors A clear distinction has to be made between what errors are on the one hand and what mistakes are on the other hand.  ...  For doing this, we cannot only get some rational knowledge on their culture, but also learn their culture through the perceptual comparison between their culture and ours.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v2n2p0 fatcat:g4zt6ugtgjdpla4ubpcl4ehkue

Reclaiming the First Amendment through Union Dues Restrictions?

Harry G. Hutchison
2007 Social Science Research Network  
Many a scientist has an encyclopedic knowledge of the world, many a philosopher can survey vast systems of thought, many a theologian can unpack the profundities of religion, and many a journalist can  ...  Lehnert criticized Justice Scalia's approach as overly rigid because it failed to "acknowledge the practicalities of the complex interrelationship between public employers, employees, unions, and the public  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1015377 fatcat:eph7zy5aknhczbpjuzqohhauw4

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2003 Cartographic Perspectives  
The interrelationship between the logos, ethos and pathos is not fixed either, but relative.  ...  who talks clearly and convincingly about on a subject of which his knowledge is imperfect.  ...  Wood, D. and Fels, J., 1986. Designs on Signs: Myth and Meaning in Maps, Cartographica, 23:3. Wright, J. K., 1977. Map Makers are Human, Cartographica, Monograph 19, (Ed.)  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp45.493 fatcat:4rc5zr5fe5ev7dwxtxloi7p6lm

From Galvanism to Electrodynamics: The Transformation of German Physics and Its Social Context

Kenneth L. Caneva
1978 Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences  
The nature of their criticism of his work throws into especially clear focus the distinction made by concretizing scientists between mathematical and physical knowledge.  ...  An early example of this ten dency was Ohm's work on the electric current, which was the focus of some debate over the distinction between mathematical and physical knowledge.  ...  This distinction between private-internal and public-external modes can be used to analyze other aspects of the change from Gelehrter to Forscher.  ... 
doi:10.2307/27757377 fatcat:2h6xzjgfyvdphjnwhb3mwyjk5e


Marina Yurevna Mikhailova
2015 Russian Linguistic Bulletin  
The cluster existing of semantics of inexpressible in prosoprography and more widely, - in the literary text is shown in the article.  ...  The term "kaleidoscope of nominations, various on grammatical gender category" as a methodological basis of the prosoprography analysis is offered, the verifying force of this term is shown.  ...  The study of etymological and encyclopedic material has revealed some features commonly associated with women in Russian and English traditions.  ... 
doi:10.18454/rulb.3.10 fatcat:jz7mq2zrzbbq7opv73d3dctlye

Cartographic Design: Rhetoric and Persuasion

Mark Denil
2003 Cartographic Perspectives  
The interrelationship between the logos, ethos and pathos is not fixed either, but relative.  ...  who talks clearly and convincingly about on a subject of which his knowledge is imperfect.  ...  A process, though, must have some guiding principle; there must be a rationale under which "One of the disappointments of Early Modernism was its ultimate failure to oust and eradicate the engrained sentimental  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp45.498 fatcat:5aepzk4grnb75foa7ph4wneagi

Reform in Graduate Education

J. L. Kendall, Lewis B. Mayhew
1973 AAUP Bulletin  
This monograph is concerned with changes, innovations, and reforms in graduate education in the arts and sciences.  ...  It was written as an aid to faculty and administrators who must plan graduate programs in the future. While it does make 9 /bid., p. 50.  ...  Because of the uniquely American pattern of conducting undergraduate and graduate education in the same institution, the high degree of interrelationship between levels should be clearly understood and  ... 
doi:10.2307/40224687 fatcat:ovsbidxwtrevpcts7y7dy2ffqq
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