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The meaning of structure

Marijn Koolen
2011 SIGIR Forum  
The goal of this thesis is to give a more precise and complete account of the value of link evidence for information retrieval.  ...  Incoming and outgoing link information is equally effective; the direction of the links does not affect their value for ad hoc search.  ...  The meaning of information derived from the link structure is determined by the direction of the links, the topical relation between the linked documents and the selection of links that is used as evidence  ... 
doi:10.1145/1988852.1988872 fatcat:ogps7l566fdijmfakefnizp27a

Unleashing the Power of Data Through Organization: Structure and Connections for Meaning, Learning, and Discovery

Dagobert Soergel
2015 Knowledge organization  
He received the American Society for Information Science Award of Merit in 1997.  ...  He has been working in the area of classification and thesauri for 55 years. He authored the still-standard text and handbook Indexing Languages and Thesauri.  ...  -Skills in using KOS software and in dealing with linked data. -Ability to discern meaningful structures and then convey structure and meaning through good document.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2015-6-401 fatcat:5lk3c4h3cndvtku22ft7slb4fy

On the Meaning of Effects of Substrate Structure on Biological Transport [chapter]

Halvor N. Christensen
1972 Membrane Structure and Mechanisms of Biological Energy Transduction  
This article was in the first instance initiated for myself, to rethink what it is that my associates and I hope to achieve by one set of approaches, namely by observing the results of modifying the structure  ...  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, microfilming, recording or otherwise, without  ...  Similar goals for recognition sites serving for the transmission of information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4684-2016-6_17 fatcat:2ajlyxume5hd3dtfjqcwqxlfgm

The Meaning of Structure in Interconnected Dynamic Systems [article]

E. Yeung, J. Goncalves, H. Sandberg, S. Warnick
2011 arXiv   pre-print
This work introduces the complete computational structure of a system as a common baseline for comparing different simplified representations.  ...  Such representations simplify the description of a system's complete computational structure at various levels of fidelity while retaining a full description of the system's input-output dynamic behavior  ...  At the core of these processes are information retrieval issues such as the encoding, storage, and decoding of quantities that drive the system's dynamics.  ... 
arXiv:1108.2755v1 fatcat:sw26n722d5artlulx3flqtpkd4

The Meaning of Tacit Knowledge

Kit Dampney, Peter Busch, Debbie Richards
2002 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Along the lines of Weber (1997), we have formalised a meaning for this "tacit knowledge" and for comparison have completed a content analysis of the literature to determine what other researchers understand  ...  They are hereby presented as identified constituents, which demonstrate the extent of tacit knowledge about any system. Approach II -Formal Representation of information about Tacit Knowledge.  ...  substantiating evidence linking the composition of information structures, (c/f Weber's composition model) and computation structures.  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v10i1.438 fatcat:hiztghrvpfcizdjkvhadasxgjm

On the meaning of effects of substrate structure on biological transport

Halvor N. Christensen
1973 Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes  
This article was in the first instance initiated for myself, to rethink what it is that my associates and I hope to achieve by one set of approaches, namely by observing the results of modifying the structure  ...  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, microfilming, recording or otherwise, without  ...  Similar goals for recognition sites serving for the transmission of information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01516050 pmid:4577760 fatcat:qnwrxlfotngyvjiduj5y6mzjri

In Search of Meaning: 'The Hours' and Meaning Construction

Gonzalo Calle Rosingana
2019 CIRCULO de linguistica aplicada a la comunicacion  
The analysis is based on the implementation of specific linguistic and cognitive mechanisms that trigger the generation of the audience's unconscious construction of meaning.  ...  This paper deals with the way in which certain meanings originate from the participation of a multiplicity of cues that emerge from different modalities.  ...  All of these facilitate meaning retrieval and, at the same time, restrict the emergence of unwanted meanings connoted by linguistic components.  ... 
doi:10.5209/clac.65655 fatcat:parbg6uyiveytdy6gtd6josycq

High feature overlap reveals the importance of anterior and medial temporal lobe structures for learning by means of fast mapping [article]

Ann-Kathrin Zaiser, Regine Bader, Patric Meyer
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
features than if they shared few features, indicating that the perirhinal cortex indeed contributes to the acquisition of novel associations by means of FM if feature overlap is high.  ...  Contrary to traditional theories of declarative memory, it has recently been shown that novel, arbitrary associations can be rapidly and directly integrated into cortical memory networks by means of a  ...  In addition, there is complementary fMRI evidence for ATL contribution to learning by means of FM (Atir-Sharon et al., 2015) and the involvement of ATL-related networks in retrieval of associations acquired  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.08.06.240697 fatcat:c6ws7taocba7hfpkzbjfg6b2yi

Differentiating lexical form, meaning, and structure in the neural language system

L. K. Tyler, W. D. Marslen-Wilson, E. A. Stamatakis
2005 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
The correlational analyses provide clear evidence for a functional differentiation between different brain regions associated with the processing of lexical form, meaning, and morphological structure.  ...  they respond differentially to different types of linguistic structure?  ...  The correlational analyses provide clear evidence for a functional differentiation between different brain regions associated with the processing of lexical form, meaning, and morphological structure.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.0408213102 pmid:15923263 pmcid:PMC1149400 fatcat:ysv4denwbzbapemteo6qcxiori

The recipes of Philosophy of Science: Characterizing the semantic structure of corpora by means of topic associative rules

Christophe Malaterre, Jean-François Chartier, Francis Lareau, Thilo Gross
2020 PLoS ONE  
Such rules offer a finer-grained window onto the semantic content of the corpus and can be interpreted as "topical recipes" for distinct types of philosophy of science articles.  ...  Examining rule networks and rule predictive success for different article types, we find a positive correlation between topological features of rule networks (connectivity) and the reliability of rule  ...  We thank Jonathan St-Onge for help with some of the graphics and the CIRST/BIN for hosting the visualization interface.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0242353 pmid:33206699 pmcid:PMC7673543 fatcat:pmfdgy7wbjf2hhx25xo7ukq2ey

The Meaning of Clichés

Tom Grimwood
2016 Diacritics  
procedure to quickly and massively reproduce cultural material." 5 But if this explains the technical origin of the cliché, the values that underlie the subsequent "cultural material" of modernity-the  ...  meaning is only ever a kind of "anti-meaning," or sense of loss or inescapability).  ...  between meaning and nonmeaning is stored and retrieved.  ... 
doi:10.1353/dia.2016.0021 fatcat:warikfl6cbaktecidrkamthrzq

Anaphora: lexico-textual structure or means for utterance integration within discourse? A critique of the functional-grammar account

Francis Cornish
2002 Linguistics  
) anaphor types and the "entity-order" of their potential referents is both too rigid and too narrow; and third, that his description of the underlying structure of anaphors, which includes both the referential  ...  index of their actual referent/antecedent and a variable specifying the latter's entity-order, does not allow for the necessary flexibility and dynamic character of anaphor use and interpretation.  ...  But this retrieval is by no means a direct, deterministic procedure, for as we have seen, the anaphor concerned, in conjunction with its immediate discourse-predicational context, is responsible for altering  ... 
doi:10.1515/ling.2002.020 fatcat:3hbjjwej2jgp7dirntcnhj25gy

A Semantic Data Model: Meaning Making from Data Structures in the SQL Server

Sanjay Ramesh, Anthony Henderson
2018 Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Business Intelligence  
The meaning making aspect identified is linked to data dictionary or business data glossary that allows for the discovery of semantic meaning from the SQL Server.  ...  of business, where information is structured and delivered according to business.  ...  of business value.  ... 
doi:10.20473/jisebi.4.2.106-115 fatcat:vj2q6qqx7ng2jjt23rv2vp5xda

The mental representation of the meaning of words

P.N. Johnson-Laird
1987 Cognition  
These phenomena are used as the basis for a psychological theory of meaning of words.  ...  Five phenomena concerning the meanings of words are outlined in this paper.  ...  The evidence of the previous section shows that you do not necessarily retrieve all the semantic information that you possess about a word.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0010-0277(87)90009-6 pmid:3581726 fatcat:xsrdaxdoanb53bcodiqyziibqu

Word meanings and sentence structure recruit the same set of fronto-temporal regions during comprehension [article]

Evelina Fedorenko, Zachary Mineroff, Matthew Siegelman, Idan Blank
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
The results further suggest that the language network may be generally more strongly concerned with meaning than structure, in line with the primary function of language – to share meanings across minds  ...  AbstractTo understand what you are reading now, your mind retrieves the meanings of words from a linguistic knowledge store (lexico-semantic processing) and identifies the relationships among them to construct  ...  mean PSC with standard error (by participants), effect size (Cohen's d), t-value, and p-value. a a non-significant effects at α=0.05 (FDR-corrected for the number of regions) are shaded in grey; marginal  ... 
doi:10.1101/477851 fatcat:uzosxkexujcdtazq4pw2yn7ify
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