Windows "trở chứng", gặp trục trặc không thể sử dụng ổn định tiếp, mà bạn
không muốn cài lại do có hàng tá phần mềm cũng như dữ liệu cá nhân trên máy.
Giải pháp tốt nhất cho trường hợp này là cài lại HĐH với lựa chọn “Repair”
Operating / Parts Information
You must be familiar with the operation of this machine before you attempt to troubleshoot or make any repairs to it. Basic operating and maintenance procedures are described in the Operator’s Manual supplied with the machine. Keep a copy of it with the machine at all times. Use the separate Parts Book supplied with the machine to order replacement parts. If either of the documents becomes lost, please contact Wacker Corporation to order a replacement.
This manual covers the various types of auxiliary power generating systems used on military installations. It provides data for the major components of these generating systems; such as, prime movers, generators, and switchgear. It includes operation of the auxiliary generating system components and the routine maintenance which should be performed on these components. It also describes the functional relationship of these components and the supporting equipment within the complete system.
The availability of efficient and cost-effective technologies to repair or extend the life of aging military airframes is becoming a critical requirement in most countries around the world, as new aircraft becoming prohibitively expensive and defence budgets shrink. To a lesser extent a similar situation is arising with civil aircraft, with falling revenues and the high cost of replacement aircraft.
utlook Trong bài viết dưới đây, chúng tôi sẽ giới thiệu với các bạn cách sử dụng công cụ hỗ trợ có sẵn trong Outlook là Inbox Repair Tool, hay còn gọi là Scanpst.exe. Về mặt bản chất, file .pst hoặc Personal Folders được sử dụng cho tất cả mọi thành phần có liên quan trong Outlook (Email, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks...)
Tham khảo sách 'us army corps of engineer inspection evaluation and repair of hydraulic steel structures', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả
To help you Specialized Information Technology more learning materials and research, invite you to consult the document content "The Ultimate Computer Repair Guide". Contents of documentation detailing the steps to fix the computer. Hopefully document useful service for you.
To understand a speaker's turn of a conversation, one needs to segment it into intonational phrases, clean up any speech repairs that might have occurred, and identify discourse markers. In this paper, we argue that these problems must be resolved together, and that they must be resolved early in the processing stream. We put forward a statistical language model that resolves these problems, does POS tagging, and can be used as the language model of a speech recognizer.
This paper describes a noisy channel model of speech repairs, which can identify and correct repairs in speech transcripts. A syntactic parser is used as the source model, and a novel type of TAG-based transducer is the channel model. The use of TAG is motivated by the intuition that the reparandum is a “rough copy” of the repair. The model is trained and tested on the Switchboard disﬂuency-annotated corpus.
Those systems identified and repaired errors in various ways, including using grammar-specific rules (metarules) (Weischedel and Sondheimer, 1983), least-cost error recovery based on chart parsing (Lyon, 1974; A n d e r s o n and Backhouse, 1981), semantic preferences (Fass and Wilks, 1983), and heuristic approaches based on a shift-reduce parser (Vosse, 1992). Systems that focus on a particular level miss errors that can only be detected using higher level knowledge.
This paper presents a grammatical and processing framework for handling the repairs, hesitations, and other interruptions i n natural human dialog. The proposed framework has proved adequate for a collection of human-human task-oriented dialogs, both in a full manual examination of the corpus, and in tests with a parser capable of parsing some of that corpus. This parser can also correct a pre-parser speech repair identifier resulting in a 4.8% increase in recall.
We have analyzed 607 sentences of spontaneous human-computer speech data containing repairs, drawn from a total corpus of 10,718 sentences. We present here criteria and techniques for automatically detecting the presence of a repair, its location, and making the appropriate correction. The criteria involve integration of knowledge from several sources: pattern matching, syntactic and semantic analysis, and acoustics. INTRODUCTION Spontaneous spoken language often includes speech that is not intended by the speaker to be part of the content of the utterance. ...
Interpreting fully natural speech is an important goal for spoken language understanding systems. However, while corpus studies have shown that about 10% of spontaneous utterances contain self-corrections, or REPAIRS, little is known about the extent to which cues in the speech signal may facilitate repair processing. We identify several cues based on acoustic and prosodic analysis of repairs in a corpus of spontaneous speech, and propose methods for exploiting these cues to detect and correct repairs.
Interactive spoken dialog provides many new challenges for spoken language systems. One of the most critical is the prevalence of speech repairs. This paper presents an algorithm that detects and corrects speech repairs based on finding the repair pattern. The repair pattern is built by finding word matches and word replacements, and identifying fragments and editing terms. Rather than using a set of prebuilt templates, we build the pattern on the fly.
This paper presents a framework for the definition of monotonic repair rules on chart items and Lexicalized Tree Grammars. We exploit island representations and a new level of granularity for the linearization of a tree called c o n n e c t e d routes. It allows to take into account the topology of the tree in order to trigger additional rules. These local rules cover ellipsis and common extra-grammatical phenomena such as self-repairs. First results with a spoken language corpora are presented. ...
This paper describes a parsing model for speech with repairs that makes a clear separation between linguistically meaningful symbols in the grammar and operations speciﬁc to speech repair in the operation of the parser. This system builds a model of how unﬁnished constituents in speech repairs are likely to ﬁnish, and ﬁnishes them probabilistically with placeholder structure. These modiﬁed repair constituents and the restarted replacement constituent are then recognized together in the same way that two coordinated phrases of the same type are recognized. ...
A grammatical method of combining two kinds of speech repair cues is presented. One cue, prosodic disjuncture, is detected by a decision tree-based ensemble classiﬁer that uses acoustic cues to identify where normal prosody seems to be interrupted (Lickley, 1996). The other cue, syntactic parallelism, codiﬁes the expectation that repairs continue a syntactic category that was left unﬁnished in the reparandum (Levelt, 1983). The two cues are combined in a Treebank PCFG whose states are split using a few simple tree transformations. ...
This paper proposes a method for dealing with repairs in action control dialogue to resolve participants’ misunderstanding. The proposed method identiﬁes the repair target based on common grounding rather than surface expressions. We extend Traum’s grounding act model by introducing degree of groundedness, and partial and mid-discourse unit grounding. This paper contributes to achieving more natural human-machine dialogue and instantaneous and ﬂexible control of agents.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Atlas of suturing techniques approaches to surgical wound, laceration and cosmetic repair" presents the following contents: Introduction, the surgical tray, suture materials, knot tying, and postoperative care, suture techniques for deeper structures: the fascia and dermis.