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Cos 381 Day 2. © 2006 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 2-2 Agenda Question Resources –Zip file of all textbook examples in webCT

Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 2-2 Agenda Question Resources –Zip file of all textbook examples in webCT –Also @ http://perleybrook.umfk.maine.edu/examples/http://perleybrook.umfk.maine.edu/examples Html and XHTML examples –http://perleybrook.umfk.maine.edu/samples/http://perleybrook./.w3.org/file-upload.html - Line breaks - The effect of the tag is the same as that of, except for the blank line - No closing tag! - Example of paragraphs and line breaks On the plains of hesitation bleach the bones of/


EECC550 - Shaaban #1 Final Exam Review Winter 2003 2-19-2004 4 out of 5 or 6 questions 1Multicycle CPU performance vs. ideal pipeline performance 2Given.

Shaaban #1 Final Exam Review Winter 2003 2-19-2004 4 out of 5 or 6 questions 1Multicycle CPU performance vs. ideal pipeline performance 2Given MIPS code, MIPS pipeline (similar to questions 2, 3 of HW#4) –Performance of code as is on a given CPU –/low three bits of block address) (29) 5 EECC550 - Shaaban #46 Final Exam Review Winter 2003 2-19-2004 4KB Direct Mapped Cache Example Index field Tag field 1K = 1024 Blocks Each block = one word Can cache up to 2 32 bytes = 4 GB of memory Mapping function: Cache /


RFID: Questions answered and examples Jerry Banks Atlanta, Georgia USA 7/16/05.

non-metallic substances –Ideal for scanning objects with high-water content at close range Example, fruit Which frequency is right? UHF tags offer better range and can transfer data faster –But, they use more power But, they require /. Three RFID pitfalls: Consumer Goods Technology, March 10, 2005 Finally, many consider RFID alone, without stepping back and questioning how complementary technologies might also be used. RFID doesnt exist in a technological vacuum. “Taking a Pragmatic Approach to RFID/


Mrs. F B Kh Grammar is fun, isn’t it?. Tag Questions.

to She used to be a chef cook, didn’t she? Intonation in Tag Questions Statements are normally said with falling intonation. Yes / No questions are normally said with rising intonation. The intonation of tag endings is different from both of these. In tag questions, the tag endings (for example, isnt he?, is he?, hadnt they?, can he? ) have two different intonations: falling intonation and rising intonation The/


15/01/2015 NFC Lab Michel Simatic. NFC Labpage 1 15/01/2015 Table of contents RFID versus NFC High level interactions with tags Touchatag (Tikitag) /

Transfer: Writes the contents of the temporary internal data-register to a value block NFC Labpage 21 15/01/2015 Tag example: Mifare Security Three pass authentication sequence 1.The reader specifies the sector to be accessed and chooses key A or / RFID suite for SMEs + courses about RFIDhttp://wiki.aspire.ow2.org NFC Labpage 31 15/01/2015 Thank you for your attention Questions ? NFC Labpage 32 15/01/2015 References [ACS NFC reader, 2008] Application Programming Interface - ACR122U NFC Reader, Advanced Card /


Part-of-Speech Tagging Updated 22/12/2005. Part-of-Speech Tagging Tagging is the task of labeling (or tagging) each word in a sentence with its appropriate.

than the choice of tagging method. Applications of Tagging Partial parsing: syntactic analysis Information Extraction: tagging and partial parsing help identify useful terms and relationships between them. Question Answering: analyzing a query to understand what type of entity the user is looking for and how it is related to other noun phrases mentioned in the question. Examples for frequent tagging errors Correct tag Tag assigned example NNSJJ An executive order/


Coaching Pack 5 – 8 Years. What Am I Coaching Today? What Might the Players Learn or Get Better at? TechnicalPsychological example PhysicalSocial example.

– 8 Years What Am I Coaching Today? What Might the Players Learn or Get Better at? TechnicalPsychological example PhysicalSocial example How Do I Get Started? example Progression example How Do I Make Changes to the Practice? EasierHarder example What Questions Can I Ask to Support Players’ Learning? example Fundamental movements – tag games What Might the Players Learn or Get Better at? TechnicalPsychological Develop close control dribbling skills Awareness/


Tag Questions. What is a tag question? A tag question is a sentence with a question phrase connected at the end. Example: It’s windy today, isn’t it?

Tag Questions What is a tag question? A tag question is a sentence with a question phrase connected at the end. Example: It’s windy today, isn’t it? Sentence partTag Tag questions have two purposes: 1. To clarify information Example: We will have a test tomorrow, won’t we? Mr. Smith is coming to the meeting, isn’t he? I’m permitted to park here, aren’t I? Tag questions have two purposes/


1 HTML intro The development of HTMLThe development of HTML The transition from HTML to XHTMLThe transition from HTML to XHTML XHTML syntax, tags, and.

or a list of FAQ and answers tag tag Contains the definition list tag Contains a defined term tag Contains a defined term tag Contains a data definition tag Contains a data definition 21 XHTML Definition List Example IP IP Internet Protocol Internet Protocol TCP /for special emphasis. …text goes here …text goes here 28 Questions 1. Describe the features of a heading tag and how it configures the text. 1. Describe the features of a heading tag and how it configures the text. 2. Describe the difference /


Java Stream 1 Unit 10 – Java Server Pages Introduction A First JavaServer Page Example Implicit Objects Scripting Standard Actions Directives Custom Tag.

Whats New 10 11 12 13 Downloads/Resources 14 15 16 17 FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) 18 19 20 21 Who we are 22 23 24 25 Home Page 26 27 28 Send questions or comments about this site to 29 30 deitel@deitel.com 31 32 Copyright 1995/ 14 Simple Custom Tag Example 15 16 17 18 The following text demonstrates a custom tag: 19 20 21 22 23 24 Use taglib directive to include use tags in tag library Use custom tag welcome to insert text in the JSP Outline Java Stream 74 WelcomeTag- Handler custom tag handler. Line 12/


Direct questions - "wh" questions What is your name? Why do you want this job? How much do you earn? How soon can you start? When did you see the advertisement?

hear … Id like to know … Would you mind telling me a.Negative tag questions Negative tag questions have already been discussed. An affirmative statement is often followed by a negative tag question, in order to ask for confirmation of the affirmative statement. In the following examples, the negative tag questions are underlined. Contractions are usually used in negative tag questions. e.g. You are coming with me, arent you? You like/


Tag Clouds Presented By: Laura F. Bright February 27th, 2006 INF385T: Semantic Web Spring 2006 / Turnbull.

, blogging, and perceived information flow in digital environments More information at: www.brightwoman.com. Presentation Overview Tag Clouds: Definitions, Arguments & Examples Uses for Tag Clouds: Personal, Social, Corporate Tag Clouds & Advertising: Tagvertising? Research Application: Methods & Ideas Conclusions: The State of the Cloud Discussion Questions: Tag Your It! What is a Tag? Technical Architecture Group (TAG) Descriptors that individuals assign to an object (i.e., a document or photo/


Social Tag Prediction Paul Heymann, Daniel Ramage, and Hector Garcia- Molina Stanford University SIGIR 2008.

u, o) triples where each triple means that user u annotated object o with tag t T 100 = the 100 most frequent tags T 100 = the 100 most frequent tags Operators and Examples Two standard relational algebra operators Two standard relational algebra operators –σ c selects tuples /for single tag queries will be low The question: given a small number of tags, how much can we expand this set of tags in a high precision manner? The question: given a small number of tags, how much can we expand this set of tags in a/


Tags, Folksonomies & Social Bookmarking. Do you use bookmarks – and how do you organize them? Traditional = tree; social bookmarking = (social) network.

describes such tools as blogs, wikis, trackback, podcasting, videocasting, social networking systems, social bookmarking, tags and folksonomies. Examples of web 2.0 Encyclopedia Britannica online vs. Wikipedia Traditional bookmarks vs. social bookmarking Traditional links vs/, timeless? Rhetoric tends toward the former world view. Rhetoric & Social Construction This brings us to the following questions: what is rhetoric, and what is social construction? Plato: “RHETORIC is the art of ruling the minds of/


Creating databases for web applications Report on using sources, getting examples working. Retrieve information from database. Recordsets. Arrays. Loops.

. " AND past.question_id IS NULL"; } else { $sel="SELECT question_id, question, answerpattern, value from questions "; $sel= $sel. " WHERE category= ". $pickedcategory. ""; } $result=mysql_db_query( $sel); Example from video clip archive Flash ActionScript implementation One table holds information on video clips Another table holds tags: one record for each tag and clip combinations. Since there can be any number of tags for a video clip, this cannot be a field/


Introduction to Web & HTML. 2 Topics Web Terminology HTML What is HTML Parts of an HTML Document HTML Tags Required Common.

. 24 Heading Example Screenshot 25 Ordered List Example Print Review Questions for Exam 1. Work on Review Questions for Exam 1. 26 Ordered List Screenshot 27 Unordered List Example country music monday mornings brussels sprouts 28 Unordered List Screenshot 29 Link Example CMSC104 Main page 30 Link Screenshot 31 Image Example 32 Image Screenshot 33 Working Example To see an example page that uses all of the tags we discussed/


UNIT 7 Negative Yes/No Questions and Tag Questions This Isn’t Dangerous, Is It?

it. That wasn’t my parachute, was it? Tom isn’t enjoying this, is Tom? he? Be Careful! Complete the tag questions with the correct tag. Example: You can swim, …can’t you? 1.This is high enough, … 2.The rope won’t break, … 3. We don’t /, it doesn’t. The answer is no, if the information is not correct. Answers Write dialogues for each picture using tag questions or negative yes/no questions, and answers for each picture. Example: Eels don’t bite, do they? No, we don’t. We just like to hug. 1. 2. Practice 2


Intermediate JSP Matt Wheeler. Notes This is a training NOT a presentation Please ask questions Prerequisites – Introduction to Java Stack – Basic Java.

Intermediate JSP Matt Wheeler Notes This is a training NOT a presentation Please ask questions Prerequisites – Introduction to Java Stack – Basic Java and XML skills – Introduction to JSP – Installed LDSTech IDE (or /jsp.tagext.JspFragment Default value is false For more info: – http://java.sun.com/products/jsp/syntax/2.0/syntaxref20 8.html#997991 Tag Files For example Utilize the attribute as follows: Some content More content My attribute content My body content <%-- Output would be: Some content My body /


Using Tag Questions Using Tag Questions. Shes very beautiful, isnt she?

done something really interesting to her hair, hasnt she? TAG QUESTIONS A tag question is a question added at the end of a sentence. Speakers use it to make sure their information is correct. What is a tag question? A tag question is a sentence with a question phrase connected at the end. Example: It’s windy today, isn’t it? Sentence partTag Tag questions have two purposes: 1.To clarify information (the/


Toomas Runtal Form 11 2013. Tag-Questions A ‘tag-question’ or ‘question tag’ is not a trueA ‘tag-question’ or ‘question tag’ is not a truequestion. A.

the main sentence) the subject comes first and the verb comes next; but in the ‘tag’ part, the verb comes first and the subject comes next, just as in the interrogative sentence. Tag-Question  Point 4 – word order (continued) For example: A woman fainted, didn’t she? Main sentence ‘tag’ part Subject first; verb next Verb first; subject next  Mr McGuinness is from Ireland, ?  The/


JSP Custom Tags Keyton Weissinger Key Focus, Inc. 27 March 2001 OReilly Conference on Enterprise Java Santa Clara, CA.

Tags Do? A custom tag/Tags/Tag findAncestorWithClass(Tag/Tags /tag than it is for a simple tag: 1.Instantiates tag/tag/tags /tag/ Content If your tags body content should /tag. Some nested tags rely on their surrounding tags for some information without which it will not function. JSP Custom Tags69 Example Nested Tag Demo JSP Custom Tags70 Iterating Tags Tags can iterate over their bodies repeatedly until a condition is met. JSP Custom Tags71 Iterating Tags Iterating tags differ from other body tags: Iterating tags/


School of something FACULTY OF OTHER School of Computing FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Word Sense Disambiguation semantic tagging of text, for Confusion Set Disambiguation.

of numerous edible marine and freshwater spiny-finned fishes) WordNet Bass Inventory of sense tags for bass Lexical sample task: Line-hard-serve corpus - 4000 examples of each Interest corpus - 2369 sense-tagged examples Banko&Brill: auto-generate confusion sets e.g.{to,too,two} in very very/if one lengthens the slit in the opaque mask, until one can see not only the central word in question but also say N words on either side, then if N is large enough one can unambiguously decide the meaning of the central/


Speak you English?!?. English Word Order positive, negative, question answers question tags Kyra S. Huismann, B.A Language Coach, Intercultural Trainer.

. 9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01 s.huismann@gmx.de Example Sentences Kyra S. Huismann Haarenstr. 9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01 s.huismann@gmx.de Our example sentences Kyra S. Huismann Haarenstr. 9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45/9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01 s.huismann@gmx.de Oder?! Question Tags Kyra S. Huismann Haarenstr. 9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01 s.huismann@gmx.de Statement Question Tag Oder?! Question Tags Kyra S. Huismann Haarenstr. 9 26122 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01 s/


Open Domain Question Answering Lide Wu Dept. of Computer Science Fudan University Shanghai 200433 China.

Patters (Date) Queries (A group of key words: Hawaii, state, became…) Methods: POS tagging Named entity tagging BMP Chunking Syntactic parsing Semantic tagging ….. Question Analysis Input: Question ( When did Hawaii become a state?) Output: Answer type : Date Patters : “Hawaii / subsidies to AMTRAK as compared to those given to air transportation ? Definition/Template Question There are some template for this kind of questions Example: Who is XXX? The template consists of The address, phone number, Fax /


A C++ Crash Course Part II UW Association for Computing Machinery Questions & Feedback.

then the include path #undef, #error, #warning #undef Tag Removes definition of a Tag. (undoes a #define ) #error message Causes compilation to stop/ put using directives in header files!!! Bad Form!! All standard library symbols are in the namespace std Namespace example #include namespace Albert { void greet() { std::cout << Hi from Albert!; } } namespace Piyo {/ are the benefits of operator overloading? What are the drawbacks? Bonus Question: Are they necessary for C++? Classes Roots come from C-style /


KM Forum - June 2008 Non-Subject Tagging in an E2.0 World Jordan Frank (401) 528-1145 Beyond blogs.

requirements, the issues to be addressed and any open questions. - Author (Judith Lamont) regarding ShoreBank Blogs & Wikis: Ready for prime time? By Judith Lamont, 1 January 2007 Milestone Status Require- ments Questions Meetings Issues Reporting and communication occurs over time Traction/ represent a document sort by content type or priority expand any article to see more detail, flip tags, edit or comment. Fictional example based on an the idea of a team at Alcoa building a power plant Nest labels when: /


English V Martin Fernandez M..

el verbo está en pasado, el auxiliar irá también en pasado. En oraciones afirmativas, la question tag va en negativa. Question Tags exceptions Con Iam, hacemos la question tag,aren´t I? Cuando en la oración principal usamos palabras negativas como “nothing”, “no one”,/. In these cases, the suffix is added simply for grammatical "correctness". Look at these examples: suffix grammatical change example original word example suffixed word -s Plural Dog Dogs -en Plural (irregular) Ox Oxen 3rd person singular /


Question tags.

agreement. He likes his job, doesn’t he = I assume he likes the job; am I right Question tags Question tags are used after affirmative and negative sentences, but not after questions. You’re the new secretary, aren’t you? You’re not the new secretary, are you? (BUT/ examples. Let’s play a trick on him, shall we? Oh, shut up, will you! Don’t be too upset about it, will you? I’m good at History, aren’t I? → Remember!!! Statements into question tags 1 He’s your form teacher, BE Statements into question tags /


GRAMMAR: QUESTION TAGS

ého Znojmo WHAT ARE QUESTION TAGS A question tag (or tag question) is a little question that we add to the end of a statement. Its purpose is asking for agreement or confirmation. Examples: He is reading the book, isnt he? They cant run fast, can they? The girl speaks English, doesnt she? HOW TO FORM QUESTION TAGS He is reading the book, isnt he? statement question tag A B The qustion/


Speak you English?!?. English Word Order positive, negative, question answers question tags Kyra S. Huismann, B.A Language Coach, Intercultural Trainer.

Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01  s.huismann@gmx.de Example Sentences Kyra S. Huismann  Alexanderstr. 116  26121 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01  s.huismann@gmx.de Our example sentences Kyra S. Huismann  Alexanderstr. 116  26121 Oldenburg /Question Tags Kyra S. Huismann  Alexanderstr. 116  26121 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01  s.huismann@gmx.de Oder?! Question Tags Statement Question Tag oder? Kyra S. Huismann  Alexanderstr. 116  26121 Oldenburg 0441 / 99 84 45 01  s.huismann@gmx.de Oder?! Question Tags/


How to do an article/book report? An example from Lakoff in Context: critical approach by Deborah Cameron.

aware of the complexity of relations between linguistic form, communicative function, social context and social structure (p. 74). Use tag questions as examples for contentions. Lakoff ’ s claim of tag question usage What are the contentions? Lakoff equates rising intonation on declaratives with showing tentativeness; tag questions are associated with a desire for confirmation or approval which signals a lack of self-confidence in the speaker. Qualifiers/


Lecture 5 Negatives and questions

a scientist? We use who after a preposition: For whom did you work (iv) tag question A short question which is added after a statement, to elicit a confirming response from the hearer, for example . . . aren’t you?, . . . isn’t she?, . . . were they? English has a broad range of tag questions, whose choice depends on the grammatical form of the statement. The rules for forming the/


NAME TAGGING Heng Ji September 23, 2014.

class in a classification problem) b: the context Ex: Name tagging: a=person b=the words in a window and previous two tags Learn the prob of each (a, b): p(a, b) 35 Ex1: Coin-flip example (Klein & Manning 2003) Toss a coin: p(H)=p1, p(T)=p2. Constraint: p1 + p2 = 1 Question: what’s your estimation of p=(p1, p2)? Answer/


Attorney Advertising SPEAKERS: MELINDA BRUNGER GEORGE VLAHAKOS PHILIP PEACOCK ANNUAL DISCLOSURES: ANTICIPATING QUESTIONS FROM THE BOARD JANUARY 13, 2015.

accuracy and compliance with the filing requirements.” Continued monitoring of custom tag use. SEC Staff may issue further guidance or pursue “other action/ DISCLOSURE Disclosure considerations January 13, 201510 Press release disclosure example. Website disclosure example (cited in press release). Traditional channels. Issuers continue to/table. Disproportionate fees for non-audit and tax services can highlight independence questions. Monitor shifts in scope. Changing transactions and relationships (e.g.,/


(X)HTML Internet Engineering Fall 2014. Questions  Q2) How is a web page organized?web page  Q2.1) What language is used for web pages?  Q2.2) What.

4 Outline  Introduction  XHTML  Body  Head  XHTML in Practice 5 Introduction  Remark: The idea of WWW is document sharing  Main question: How to format document?  Text, formatting (Bold, Italic, …), tables, figures, …  Assume you are in 1980s  Binary formats?  /  E.g., Multiple newlines + tabs + spaces  single space 15 The “Hello World” Example First Example Hello World! 16 Nested Tags  Nested Tags  Tree of elements  Parent & Child relationship 17 other stuff This is some text! Special/


Part-of-Speech Tagging & Parsing Chloé Kiddon (slides adapted and/or stolen outright from Andrew McCallum, Christopher Manning, and Julia Hockenmaier)

most probable parse T = t 1 t 2 t 3 … t n 3.Learning – Given a tagged (or untagged) dataset, find the HMM Θ that maximizes the data Three Questions for HMMs 1.Evaluation – Given a sequence of words W = w 1 w 2 w 3 …/ introduce new nonterminals (n > 2) ▫ VP → V NP PP becomes: VP → V @VP-V and @VP-V → NP PP Manning CKY Example Hockenmaier Estimating P(X  α) Supervised ▫ Relative frequency estimation ▫ Count what is seen in a treebank corpus Unsupervised ▫ Expected relative frequency estimation ▫ Use Inside/


The Complex Dynamics of Collaborative Tagging Harry Halpin University of Edinburgh Valentin Robu CWI, Netherlands Hana Shepherd Princeton University WWW.

work has explored a number of issues highly relevant to the question of whether a coherent way of organizing metadata can emerge from distributive tagging systems. It ’ s shown that tagging distributions tend to stabilize into power law distributions. It ’ s shown that tagging distributions tend to stabilize into power law distributions. Using an example domain, we explored one of the most empirically challenging aspects/


1 Lecture 12: Tagging (Chapter 10 of Manning and Schutze, Chapter 8 Jurafsky and Martin,Thede et al., Brants) Wen-Hsiang Lu ( 盧文祥 ) Department of Computer.

part-of-speech tagging. Tagging is a limited but useful application. –Partial (shallow) parsing –Information extraction –Information retrieval? –Question answering –Input to statistical parser –Input to a regular parser (reduces the running time) 3 Penn Treebank Tag Set 1. / 18. PRPPersonal pronoun36. WRBWh-adverb 4 Tagging Example Given an input: The representative put chairs on the table. Determine a single tag for each word in the sentence given the Penn Treebank tag set. The/DT representative/NN put/VBD/


1 XHTML continued Use the anchor tag to link from page to pageUse the anchor tag to link from page to page Create absolute and relative linksCreate absolute.

e-mail link will automatically launch the default mail program configured for the browser. me@hotmail.com me@hotmail.com 8 Questions 1. Describe when to use an absolute link. Is the http protocol used in the href value? 1. Describe when/ of a specific row and column. tag tag Contains the table Common attributes: border, width, align tag Contains a table row tag Contains a table row tag Contains a table cell tag Contains a table cell 10 XHTML Table Example Name Name Birthday Birthday James James 11/


COS 381 DAY 3. © 2006 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 3-2 Agenda Questions? Assignment 1 due January 31 Discussions on CSS –http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/

COS 381 DAY 3 © 2006 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 3-2 Agenda Questions? Assignment 1 due January 31 Discussions on CSS –http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/ –CSS2/reserved. 3-13 3.4 Selector Forms (continued) 2. Class Selectors (continued) - The class you want on a particular occurrence of a tag is specified with the class attribute of the tag - For example,......... 3. Generic Selectors - A generic class can be defined if you want a style to apply to more than one kind of/


Part of Speech Tagging John Barnden School of Computer Science University of Birmingham Natural Language Processing 1 2010/11 Semester 2.

n, plus Ø at the start, having the POSs (etc.) TØ,...Tn? – NB: this is not a question about any specific sentences Answer (where Tk now means that word k, whatever it is, has tag Tk): P(TØ,...,Tn) = P(Tn | Tn-1,...,TØ) * P(Tn-1 | Tn-2,...,TØ)/didn’t have the “iterative maximality” property above, might have had to compute all possible tag sequences, of which there are up to T W “Viterbi” Algorithm The algorithm is an example of a so-called “Viterbi” algorithm. Such algorithms used in various sectors of NLP. /


Formation of Yes/No Questions and Negation

: Rising intonation at the end of the question. Tag words/phrases: Add a tag word such as ¿no? or ¿cierto? Práctica: P. 51: 2-12 In pairs, ask each other questions based on the following statements by inverting the subject and verb, using intonation, or adding a tag word. Answer each other’s questions with sí or no. Example: La novela Don Quijote es famosa. ¿Es/


Tag Questions because + S + be/V + O because of + NP.

will be deprived of a food supply, won’t they? Tag Questions A. Positive (+) to Negative (-): Some examples follow the definition, don’t they? Tag Questions A. Positive (+) to Negative (-): There are plenty of people against genetic engineering, aren’t there? Tag Questions A. Positive (+) to Negative (-): Scientists have placed certain genes in tomato plants, haven’t they? Tag Questions B. Negative (-) to Positive (+) : Insects will not eat genetically/


NLTK Tagging CS1573: AI Application Development, Spring 2003 (modified from Steven Bird’s notes)

and context –Brown and Penn Treebank, tagsets –Tagging in NLTK (nltk.tagger module) Tagging –Algorithms, statistical and rule-based tagging –Evaluation Terminology Tagging –The process of associating labels with each token in a text Tags –The labels Tag Set –The collection of tags used for a particular task Example Typically a tagged text is a sequence of white-space separated base/tag tokens: The/at Pantheon’s/np interior/nn/


Horticulture – 9/1/11 Write your first and last name on the front of the card. On the back, answer these questions. One sentence each: 1.LIKE - What do.

Brainstorm, notes, design, rehearse – TIME. Each group will present. Rules Role Play Example or Non-example Must be school appropriate and short (2-3 minutes) I can play myself, /no talking or helping your neighbor. Try again – you are allowed to ask questions and help your neighbor. When were you most successful? Why? Horticulture 9//container. Transplant plants in district office planter. Weed triangle area in courtyard. “Tag” locations for daffodils and black-eyed susans. If time, begin planting black-eyed/


Intermediate JSP Matt Wheeler. Notes This is a training NOT a presentation If you have questions please ask them Prerequisites – Introduction to Java.

Intermediate JSP Matt Wheeler Notes This is a training NOT a presentation If you have questions please ask them Prerequisites – Introduction to Java Stack – Basic Java and XML skills – Introduction to JSP – /Lab_2_ Taglibs Custom Taglibs Example As the page is being processed, the tag is read, mapped to the appropriate taglib handler, and processed Further note that hello maps to a tag class (org.lds.stack.whatever.web.HelloTag) that processes the tag Associated tld file Tag library for stack security/


Injury & External Causes in ICD-11 Professor James Harrison, Chair, TAG Injury & External Causes Director, AIHW National Injury Surveillance Unit Research.

specification plus –revised duration of coma/reduced conscious state –proposal for GCS plus pupil state (under discussion with Neurology TAG & others) Burns: additional specification of depth (5 levels) –Old partial thickness split into superficial & deep –Additional/for Injury Studies Flinders University Adelaide Questions welcome Research Centre for Injury Studies Flinders University Adelaide james.harrison@flinders.edu.au Appendix 1: worked examples This section presents some examples A table is used to /


Part of Speech Tagging John Barnden School of Computer Science University of Birmingham Natural Language Processing 1 2014/15 Semester 2.

n, plus Ø at the start, having the POSs (etc.) TØ,...Tn? – NB: this is not a question about any specific sentences Answer (where Tk now means that word k, whatever it is, has tag Tk): P(TØ,...,Tn) = P(Tn | Tn-1,...,TØ) * P(Tn-1 | Tn-2,...,TØ)/didn’t have the “iterative maximality” property above, might have had to compute all possible tag sequences, of which there are up to T W “Viterbi” Algorithm The algorithm is an example of a so-called “Viterbi” algorithm. Such algorithms used in various sectors of NLP./


From Belle to a Super B Factory Introduction+Background+History New Physics in Loops (more motivation) b  s Penguins (2 or 3 examples) Decays with “Large.

difficult: B decays to a single charged track + nothing Most of the sensitivity is from tau modes with 1- prong Example of a B   ν candidate Tag: B  D 0 , D 0  K  Very difficult or impossible at a hadron collider Evidence for B +/ there right-handed currents ? Are there new flavor changing neutral currents ? Are there new operators with quarks enhanced by New Physics ? Fundamental Questions in Flavor Physics Experiments: b  s CPV, compare CPV angles from tree and loops Experiments: A FB (B  K * l/


1 LIN 6932 Spring 2007 LIN6932: Topics in Computational Linguistics Hana Filip Lecture 4: Part of Speech Tagging (II) - Introduction to Probability February.

words –Error analysis Examples of taggers –Rule-based tagging (Karlsson et al 1995) EngCG –Transformation-Based tagging (Brill 1995) –HMM tagging - Stochastic (Probabilitistic) taggers 3 LIN 6932 Spring 2007 3 methods for POS tagging (recap from last lecture) 1. Rule-based tagging Example: Karlsson (1995)/P(NN|TO) =.00047 P(VB|TO) =.83 The tag transition probabilities P(NN|TO) and P(VB|TO) answer the question: ‘How likely are we to expect verb/noun given the previous tag TO?’ P(race|NN) =.00057 P(race|VB) =./


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