Analyze tabular data using the BI Semantic Model (BISM) in Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Analysis Services—and discover a simpler method for creating corporate-level BI solutions. Led by three BI experts, you’ll learn how to build, deploy, and query a BISM tabular model with step-by-step guides, examples, and best practices. This hands-on book shows you how the tabular model’s in-memory database enables you to perform rapid analytics—whether you’re a professional BI developer new to Analysis Services or familiar with its multidimensional model....
We describe several tabular algorithms for Tree Adjoining G r a m m a r parsing, creating a continuum from simple pure bottom-up algorithms to complex predictive algorithms and showing what transformations must be applied to each one in order to obtain the next one in the continuum.
We now turn to presenting results. After examining the demographic characteristics of Cambodian
elders, we explore a number of social, economic and health issues in that order. When presenting the
results in tabular form, we limit examination of differentials to gender, location (Phnom Penh versus the
remainder of the provinces) and age (60-69 versus 70+). Each of these dimensions are typically of
interest for both academics and policy-makers.
Fifteen years ago, in January 1997, our company, Panorama Software, was acquired by Microsoft
during its entry into the business intelligence space. That was a long time ago. In fact, it was so long
ago, I’m not sure that business intelligence was even called BI. Back then our mission and strategy
were simple, accompanied by the short but effective slogan “OLAP for the masses.” For the most
part that mission hasn’t changed over the years. We’ve simply focused on different aspects of the
product that would deliver us the “masses.”...
The fundamental objects that we deal with in calculus are
functions. This chapter prepares the way for calculus by
discussing the basic ideas concerning functions, their
graphs, and ways of transforming and combining them.
We stress that a function can be represented in different
ways: by an equation, in a table, by a graph, or in words.
SAP2000 represents the most sophisticated and user-friendly release of the SAP series of computer programs. When initially released in 1996, SAP2000 was the first version of SAP to be completely integrated within Microsoft Windows. It features a powerful graphical user interface that is unmatched in terms of ease-of-use and productivity. Creation and modification of the model, execution of the analysis, and checking and optimization of the design, and production of the output are all accomplished using this single interface.
We discuss ways of allowing the users of a natural language processor to define, examine, and modify the definitions of any domain-specific words or phrases known to the system. An implementation of this work forms a critical portion of the knowledge acquisition component of our Transportable English-Language Interface (TELl), which answers English questions about tabular (first normal-form) data files and runs on a Symbolics Lisp Machine.
CarSim is an automatic text-to-scene conversion system. It analyzes written descriptions of car accidents and synthesizes 3D scenes of them. The conversion process consists of two stages. An information extraction module creates a tabular description of the accident and a visual simulator generates and animates the scene. We implemented a first version of CarSim that considered a corpus of texts in French. We redesigned its linguistic modules and its interface and we applied it to texts in English from the National Transportation Safety Board in the United States. ...
We develop a general dynamic programming technique for the tabulation of transition-based dependency parsers, and apply it to obtain novel, polynomial-time algorithms for parsing with the arc-standard and arc-eager models. We also show how to reverse our technique to obtain new transition-based dependency parsers from existing tabular methods. Additionally, we provide a detailed discussion of the conditions under which the feature models commonly used in transition-based parsing can be integrated into our algorithms. ...
In this module, you will be presented with cases derived from the HYSYS Steady State course. There have been errors introduced into the cases that prevent them from solving. It is left up to you to find these errors and solve the cases. Of course, the instructor will be willing to assist you in any way that he/she can. In order to save time, all of the cases can be found on the supplied Starter disk. The solved cases are also provided on the Solutions disk. Also included in this module are several troubleshooting tips that you can use both...