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Markup systems and the future of scholarly text processing

James H. Coombs, Allen H. Renear, Steven J. DeRose
1987 Communications of the ACM  
were sltemplmg lo develop sophvt~uted grammarxheckmg programs II] Spellmg correctors and thesaurus programs have begun to appear m increasmg quanlitles. but tend to be uneven an quality end are hardly  ...  DeROSE 'See Drucker 1151 for. dlrcuulon of the costs of this tendenc! as well as of the failure 10 take calculated nsks --'AI last cuonl only low research @=oupr tn the countr!  ...  We would also like to thank Robert J. Scholes and Maurice Glicksman for their roles in acquiring the support necessary to research and develop this article.  ... 
doi:10.1145/32206.32209 fatcat:m5rzmrpe2nhe3imzvvqmcxskpy


Douglas G Lawrie
2013 Scriptura  
It is easy to refocus, but then what had been at the periphery becomes central and the previous centre becomes a blurred margin.  ...  even when error is avertable is unlikely to have much to tell us.  ... 
doi:10.7833/78-0-691 fatcat:v3ykb6bvifa65o7poupbgkehua

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Kenneth Berniker
2004 The Permanente Journal  
Mission: The Permanente Journal is written and published by the clinicians of the Permanente Medical Groups and KFHP to promote the delivery of superior health care through the principles and benefits  ...  stem cell development, but possible transfer of harmful mouse viruses to any human transplant recipient precludes clinical use of existing human cells in these patients.  ...  Letters may be edited for style and length. were all trapped into their positions.  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/04.974 fatcat:qv5gfsm7wzdi5aegal6tvv3x2a

Book Reviews Vol VII No 2, full text

Contributing Authors
1997 The Northern Mariner  
offer in his critique of ocean fisheries management as it operates under late capitalism, but his case is seriously marred by a certain political naivete and, irritatingly, by serious errors of style,  ...  This book is primarily written for students of socio-economic matters. There is no attempt to dilute it for students of fisheries science.  ...  The account is very even-handed, and Gordon takes both the "Jellicoe" and "Beatty" schools to task for various errors.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.685 fatcat:ck344cs6l5ci5hhlje7lsfjmee

Book Reviews Vol XI No 2, full text

Contributing Authors
2001 The Northern Mariner  
He errs, though, in stating that "any wreck sunk for over three years in British Columbia waters is protected by law."  ...  The author's gunfire is effective but spread too widely among too many targets. For this reason Ronald Andidora has lost the chance to turn a good introductory text into something much better.  ... 
doi:10.25071/2561-5467.494 fatcat:nhvhvzwfdneujf7blqqfnivmry

Conversational Thread Extraction and Topic Detection in Text-Based Chat [chapter]

Paige Adams, Craig Martel
2010 Semantic Computing  
The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and  ...  Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to any penalty for failing to comply with a collection of information if it does not display a currently  ...  The risk of losing tactical advantage due the time delay required for an air gap transfer of information to take place is real.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470588222.ch6 fatcat:6f6y4tjkh5dqbjydfbgnhukbwa

On the Western Text of the Acts as Evidenced by Chrysostom

Fred. C. Conybeare
1896 American Journal of Philology  
But this second part of the section is less disjointed and is written in a more continuous and essay-like style.  ...  But this second part of the section is less disjointed and is written in a more continuous and essay-like style.  ...  The whole multitude, he says, was silent, and they listened to Barnabas and Paul," etc. Here the gloss is very apparent. In the Greek text of Chrysostom, however, we look for it in vain.  ... 
doi:10.2307/288294 fatcat:htm5y2mhkbaexbfseasx7mw3sa

Writer Identification Using Handwritten Cursive Texts and Single Character Words

Tobias Kutzner, Carlos Pazmiño-Zapatier, Matthias Gebhard, Ingrid Bönninger, Wolf-Dietrich Plath, Carlos Travieso
2019 Electronics  
The main objective of this paper is to present a robust writer verification system by using cursive texts as well as block letter words. To evaluate the system, two datasets have been used.  ...  Another dataset is public and called IAM online handwriting database, and it is composed of 220 users of cursive text samples.  ...  The founding sponsors had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics8040391 fatcat:e5fzkftrlreqrh4iaauategpiu

The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman [chapter]

Laurence Sterne, Melvyn New, Joan New
1767 The Florida Edition of the Works of Laurence Sterne, Vol. 1: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman: The Text: Volume I  
The excellency of this text is, that it will suit any sermon,−−and of this sermon,−−that it will suit any text.−− −−For this sermon I shall be hanged,−−for I have stolen the greatest part of it.  ...  motive, which my heart has informed me of, but that the story is a humane one.  ...  But this is not matter of System; for I have delivered that above−−nor is it matter of Breviary−−for I make no man's creed but my own−−nor matter of Fact−−at least that I know of; but 'tis matter copulative  ... 
doi:10.1093/oseo/instance.00167758 fatcat:ie5rvxqzbzggzf7zr5d6yoysi4

Melody retrieval on the web

Wei Chai, Barry Vercoe, Martin G. Kienzle, Prashant J. Shenoy
2001 Multimedia Computing and Networking 2002  
Furthermore, extracting melodies to build a melody database is also a complicated task.  ...  Since an input query (hummed melody) may have various errors due to uncertainty of the user's memory or the user's singing ability, the system should be able to tolerate errors.  ...  As he suggested, one way of telling that a musical style is similar to another, which you already recognize, is that this styles also appeals to you.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.449982 fatcat:xjdsf3ucqffr5aolpkwpfayrxy

Proofreading in a UK university: Proofreaders' beliefs, practices, and experiences

Nigel Harwood, Liz Austin, Rowena Macaulay
2009 Journal of Second Language Writing  
Macaulay). 1 We use 'lecturer' as a generic term for disciplinary faculty. 1060-3743/$ -see front matter #  ...  We report results relating to the proofreader informants' profiles, the types of texts informants are willing or unwilling to proofread, how much proofreaders charge for their work, the terminology informants  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful for the helpful, constructive comments the editors and three anonymous reviewers provided on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jslw.2009.05.002 fatcat:2o3wogedzbalpguoxdkci4cb5m

Notes on the preparation of papers for publication in the Journal of Hygiene and in Parasitology

G. H. F. Nuttall
1940 Journal of Hygiene  
Within a few years of its foundation each began to pay for itself, and afterwards both were taken over by the Cambridge University Press.  ...  Owing to the increasing number of papers on parasitological subjects, which he received for publication in this journal, he foundedParasitologyin 1908 and was its chief editor till 1933.  ...  If material is to be transferred from one portion of a manuscript to another, it should be marked off by brackets and the transposition indicated by the marginal notice 'transfer to p. -'.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022172400027649 pmid:20475531 pmcid:PMC2199526 fatcat:7d6bd77fsbap5ocbmhdpoiwfai

Hybrid Predictive Ensembles: Synergies Between Human and Computational Forecasts

Lu Hong, PJ Lamberson, Scott E Page
2021 Journal of Social Computing  
We derive several conditions on accuracy and correlation necessary for humans to remain in the loop.  ...  We conclude that human adaptability along with the potential for atypical cases that mislead AI will likely mean that humans always add value on predictive tasks.  ...  Who predicts most accurately in any context will vary, but predictive ability does transfer.  ... 
doi:10.23919/jsc.2021.0009 fatcat:agyrsom2mfcr5orknadi33mefu

On Persuasion, Identification, and Dialectical Symmetry

Kenneth 1897-1993. Burke, James Philip. Zappen
2006 Philosophy & Rhetoric  
is the key to style as the engine of identification" (177, 189) .  ...  He does this by means of the transference of a reflex from one stimulus to another-conditioned reflex is the technical term for the process.  ... 
doi:10.1353/par.2007.0000 fatcat:rke2gc3nxzeffbt3apfikwkzqq

Why the Welfare State Looks Like a Free Lunch

Peter H. Lindert
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Fourth, the work disincentives of social transfers are so designed as to shield GDP from much reduction if any.  ...  The econometric consensus on the effects of social spending confirms a puzzle we confront in the raw data: There is no clear net GDP cost of high tax-based social spending on GDP, despite a tradition of  ...  spending non-social spending income taxes income taxes taxes taxes Raising social transfers' share of GDP effect std. err. effect std. err. effect std. err. effect std. err. effect std. err. effect std  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.372842 fatcat:2tpheildanbyvmdypkw3alcu5u
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