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  • We present a graph-based semi-supervised learning for the question-answering (QA) task for ranking candidate sentences. Using textual entailment analysis, we obtain entailment scores between a natural language question posed by the user and the candidate sentences returned from search engine. The textual entailment between two sentences is assessed via features representing high-level attributes of the entailment problem such as sentence structure matching, question-type named-entity matching based on a question-classifier, etc.

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  • The art of medicine involves questions. It involves questions asked when taking a medical history, when forming a differential diagnosis, and when planning a diagnostic or therapeutic plan. MRCP candidates, regardless of their level of training, are constantly confronted with questions posed from past papers, from patients, from mentors, and from within themselves.

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  • The art of medicine involves questions. It involves questions asked when taking a medical history, when forming a differential diagnosis, and when planning a diagnostic or therapeutic plan. MRCP candidates, regardless of their level of training, are constantly confronted with questions posed from past papers, from patients, from mentors, and from within themselves.

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  • Natural language questions have become popular in web search. However, various questions can be formulated to convey the same information need, which poses a great challenge to search systems. In this paper, we automatically mined 5w1h question reformulation patterns from large scale search log data.

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  • When (i) is posed in California (2) is the appropriate answer to it. This is the case even though (3) and (h) are also true characterizations of the location of the Empire State Building. The pattern of appropriateness alters, however, when the locale where the question presented changes. Thus, when (i) is asked in Israel, (3) is the appropriate answer, whereas when it is asked in Manhattan, (I~) is the answer that should be given. The foregoing observations, originally made by Rumelhart (197h) and by Norman (1973), suggest the following. First, it is not enough for answers to questions...

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  • In this chapter you will learn: Know who is conducting or sponsoring the survey, have given your informed consent to participate, know what will be done with the data collected, feel comfortable participating in the survey, not feel pressured or threatened in any way to participate, feel free to not answer any question posed, answer questions as completely and honestly as you can,...

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  • The second edition, like the first one, is intended to provide practical guidance to clinicians looking after patients with heart disease, or who may be at risk of cardiac problems, in pregnancy and the puerperium. These will be hospital physicians and cardiologists, obstetricians, general practitioners and specialist nurses who provide direct care as well as the anaesthetists responsible for making delivery safe and the geneticists who answer the many questions posed by couples with a personal or family history of heart disease....

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  • When I first went to the CCIE lab, there weren't very many books available and little was known about the CCIE lab, except that the labs had a reputation for being extremely difficult. Any regular reader of the Cisco mailing lists at groupstudy.com will often see questions posed to the various lists about the best way to prepare for the CCIE lab such as: "What are the best strategies to use?" "What is the lab like?" "Where should I go to take the lab?" and many more. This Tutorial answers these questions within the bounds of Cisco's strong nondisclosure agreement. This paper will discuss in...

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  • Cities and Cinema Films about cities abound. They provide fantasies for those who recognize their city and those for whom the city is a faraway dream or nightmare. How does cinema rework city planners’ hopes and city dwellers’ fears of modern urbanism? Can an analysis of city films answer some of the questions posed in urban studies? What kinds of vision for the future and images of the past do city films offer? What are the changes that city films have undergone? Cities and Cinema puts urban theory and cinema studies in dialogue. ...

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  • On the TOEFL iBT, you will read a passage and then hear a lecture that is related to the topic of the passage. You will be asked to summarize the listening passage and explain how it relates to the points hi the reading passage. The suggested length of your written response is between 150 and 225 words. You must remember to make sure that your response clearly relates to the question posed.

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  • Reflecting: Throughout the learning activities, students are asked to think about, reflect on, and monitor their own thought processes. For example, questions posed by the teacher encourage students to think about the strategies they use to solve problems and to examine mathematical ideas that they are learning. In the Reflecting and Connecting part of each learning activity, students have an opportunity to discuss, reflect on, and evaluate their problem-solving strategies, solutions, and mathematical insights....

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  • This paper primarily addresses the relationship between a fund’s board and adviser and their respective roles in addressing risk issues impacting the fund. Some of the discussion may also apply to the fund’s relationship with other service providers, such as the fund’s administrator, principal underwriter, transfer agent, accountant, and custodian. Those providers also manage the risks associated with the services they provide to the funds. For instance, the transfer agent may manage the risks associated with maintaining shareholder records.

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  • The suggested length of your written response is between 150 and 225 words. You must remember to make sure that your response clearly relates to the question posed. This is not a writing exercise that asks for your opinion. Also remember that you are being asked to explain the points you've heard.

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  • Cet ouvrage présente les travaux du groupe d’experts réunis par l’INSERM pour répondre aux questions posées par l’Institut national de recherche et de sécurité (INRS) concernant les liens éventuels entre susceptibilités génétiques et expositions professionnelles. Il s’appuie sur les données scientifiques en date du premier semestre 2000. Environ 300 articles ont constitué la base documentaire de cette expertise.

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  • The questions posed in the task for this study are part of a very broad and important set of issues for the Department of Defense. To answer them required the Committee on Critical Technology Accessibility to develop its own perspective about the context within which the questions could be placed. As a result, this report provides judgments and recommendations about both the specific questions and the broader context. I wish to express my appreciation to the members of the committee for their contributions to the preparation of this report.

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  • A simple q-analogue of the sum of cubes is given. This answers a question posed in this journal by Garrett and Hummel.In their paper Garrett and Hummel commiserate the fact that (1) is not as simple as one might have hoped, and ask for a simpler sum of q-cubes. In response to this I propose the identity

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  • This walk-through is intended to quickly familiarize you with what may happen as a case wends its way through the criminal justice system. While no two cases follow the identical procedural path, the example provides an overview of the entire process and serves as a guide to where you’ll find answers to the questions posed in the walk-through, as well as loads of additional important information.

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  • Short Messaging Service (SMS) is popularly used to provide information access to people on the move. This has resulted in the growth of SMS based Question Answering (QA) services. However automatically handling SMS questions poses significant challenges due to the inherent noise in SMS questions. In this work we present an automatic FAQ-based question answering system for SMS users. We handle the noise in a SMS query by formulating the query similarity over FAQ questions as a combinatorial search problem.

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  • The principles learned ininternal medicine are the fundamental core principles applied in clinical medicine as well as the largest proportion of questions posed on the USMLE Step 2 exam. In order to do well both on the wards and on the Step 2 exam, you must have a solid foundation in these principles. This guide has been written as a high-yield resource, to endorse the rapid recall of the essential facts in a well-organized and efficient manner.

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  • I will address the questions posed to the panel from wlthln the context of a project at SRI, TEAM [Grosz, 1982b], that is developing techniques for transportable natural-language interfaces. The goal of transportability is to enable nonspeciallsts to adapt a natural-language processing system for access to an existing conventional database. TEAM is designed to interact with two different kinds of users.

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