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  • In this paper we present methods for improving the disambiguation of noun phrase (NP) coordination within the framework of a lexicalised history-based parsing model. As well as reducing noise in the data, we look at modelling two main sources of information for disambiguation: symmetry in conjunct structure, and the dependency between conjunct lexical heads. Our changes to the baseline model result in an increase in NP coordination dependency f-score from 69.9% to 73.8%, which represents a relative reduction in f-score error of 13%. ...

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  • Many current sentence generators lack the ability to compute elliptical versions of coordinated clauses in accordance with the rules for Gapping, Forward and Backward Conjunction Reduction, and SGF (Subject Gap in clauses with Finite/Fronted verb). We describe a module (implemented in JAVA, with German and Dutch as target languages) that takes non-elliptical coordinated clauses as input and returns all reduced versions licensed by coordinative ellipsis. l

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  • Projects have been in existence for thousands of years, dating back as far as Egyptian civilization and the construction of the pyramids. It is only recently that project management practices have evolved to the status of a discipline with proper methodology, tools, and techniques. Today, the need for efficient and effective management of projects within the organization comes about as a result of the increased competition in the marketplace.

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  • Despite the expertise and ingenuity of U.S. industry and tremendous productiv- ity of U.S. agriculture and forestry, plant-based sources cannot automatically shoulder a major share of our chemical feedstock demand. Today, U.S. industry only makes minor portions of some classes of chemical products from plant-derived materials. Important scientific and commercial development breakthroughs are needed. Petrochemicals, agriculture, forestry, and other industries—as well as government—must make major coordinated efforts to most effectively increase the use of plant-derived chemicals.

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  • Antiquity Simple machines, such as the club and oar (examples of the lever), are prehistoric. More complex engines using human power, animal power, water power, wind power and even steam power date back to antiquity. Human power was focused by the use of simple engines, such as the capstan, windlass or treadmill, and with ropes, pulleys, and block and tackle arrangements; this power was transmitted usually with the forces multiplied and the speed reduced. These were used in cranes and aboard ships in Ancient Greece, as well as in mines, water pumps and siege engines in Ancient Rome.

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  • In the kidney, the Th2-mediated response is characterized by formation of immune complexes and deposition in the glomerulus, which is usually followed by complement activation. On the other hand, the Th1-mediated response is characterized by infiltration of circulating mononuclear cells and crescent formation. Both responses are capable of releasing mediators that are responsible for functional and structural changes as seen in primary glomerular diseases.

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  • To date, and with the presentation of the results of the bottom-up exercise, the first of the above-mentioned points has been addressed, through a process involving close coordination between the Spanish and international authorities (ECB, the EC, the EBA and the IMF), and the support of the latter. The exhaustive nature of the exercise conducted should be highlighted, as it has entailed the work of more than 400 auditors in the review of more than 115,000 operations, and of six national and international appraisal companies performing more than 1.7 million house appraisals.

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  • Hyperglycaemic complications were related to exposure to high glucose levels in plasma, and there were no major studies like the ROSSO and Kaiser studies for urine glucose monitoring. The evidence that plasma glucose monitoring could be replaced by urine glucose monitoring was found to be poor. Although the DiGEM study was published after the evidence cut-off date, it had been identified as potentially important on the basis of earlier information.

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  • Integrate social and emotional development into existing programs and services. States can use current systems and funding to expand their capacity to support early childhood social, emotional and behavioral health. States could use Medicaid to promote healthy development through routine developmental screenings and care coordination, utilize Head Start to support parent education, provide training and professional development to early childhood programs and agencies and use federal funds to enhance their state’s capacity.

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  • Writing Skills Abstract Advanced writing skills are an important aspect of academic performance as well as subsequent work-related performance. However, American students rarely attain advanced scores on assessments of writing skills (National Assessment of Educational Progress, 2002). In order to achieve higher levels of writing performance, the working memory demands of writing processes should be reduced so that executive attention is free to coordinate interactions among them.

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  • Weeds severely affect crop quality and yield. Therefore, successful farming relies on their control by coordinated management approaches. Among these, chemical herbicides are of key importance. Their development and commercialization began in the 1940's and they allowed for a qualitative increase in crop yield and quality when it was most needed. This book blends review chapters with scientific studies, creating an overview of some the current trends in the field of herbicides.

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  • Essays on the Business Cycle Moreover, voucher programs that encourage the entry of new competitors may produce more options for parents than even the most decentralized of district governance structures, reducing the potential for coordination failures and increasing the probability that even parents who value the peer group highly will choose effective schools.

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  • The country case studies make clear that international partners share some of the blame, particularly because they too often fail to coordinate programs to help promote more integrated, comprehensive health care for women. However, it is equally clear that many of the obstacles are wholly local in nature: National governments and policymakers are often unable or unwilling to initiate or sustain health care programs and reforms that would improve women’s access to services and, by extension, reduce rates of vertical transmission.

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  • ESSAYS ON PRICING FIXED INCOME DERIVATIVES AND RISK MANAGEMENT Moreover, voucher programs that encourage the entry of new competitors may produce more options for parents than even the most decentralized of district governance structures, reducing the potential for coordination failures and increasing the probability that even parents who value the peer group highly will choose effective schools.

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  • The Hewlett-Packard Company CASE 2 Hitachi Corporation of Japan Introduction Cooperation and Autonomy within the Organization Distinctive Competence Organizational Structure Off-Line Coordinators Staffing Reward and Performance Measurement Systems Shared Values and Corporate Culture Achieving Strategic Alignment The Nature of Interrelationships Varying Emphasis on Cooperation Shifting the Balance between Cooperation and Autonomy Factors Promoting Closer Cooperation Change in Product Usage Technological Convergence The Rise of Multipoint Competition Reduced Emphasis on Acquisitions Increased...

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  • The time required to reach other planets makes planetary surface exploration missions prime targets for automation. Sending rovers to other planets either instead of or together with people can also significantly reduce the danger and cost involved. Teams of rovers are both more fault tolerant (through redundancy) and more efficient (through parallelism) than single rovers if the rovers are coordinated well

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  • The purpose of organizing is to establish lines of authority. A line of appropriate authority creates order within the company. This is necessary in order to prevent chaos where everybody is trying to do everything at once. To create synergism, departments and individuals need to work together in a coordinated effort resulting in higher efficiency. In effect, three people working together can do more work than ten people working separately. Another benefit of organizing the business is more efficient communication and reduced conflict by ensuring that authority and responsibility...

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  • It is important to note, however, that no matter how or if they change, UN agencies and other global entities can only be as useful as individual governments allow them to be. The agencies serve the governments, which have ultimate responsibility for overseeing service provision for their citizens. Global partners can and should offer extensive support to governments that show a clear interest in developing realistic policies and programmes to reduce vertical transmission.

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  • AD Nil NISTRATORS’ PERCEPTIONS OF INTERNAL AUDITING ROLES AND EFFECTIVENESS IN TEXAS AND BIG TWELVE PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES These coordination failures are less likely in markets with more interjurisdictional competition, as in these markets there are always alternative districts that are relatively similar in the peer group offered, and parents are able to select effective schools without paying a steep price in reduced peer quality.

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  • The GHI Strategy in Kenya identifies three broad focus areas: (1) health systems strengthening; (2) integrated service provision; and (3) creating awareness to create demand for available services. Applying these broad areas will potentially have their greatest measurable health benefits in substantially reducing unacceptably high rates of: (1) maternal, neonatal and child mortality and (2) morbidity and mortality from neglected tropical diseases.

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