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  • Functional Unification Grammars (FUGs) are popular for natural language applications because the formalism uses very few primitives and is uniform and expressive. In our work on text generation, we have found that it also has annoying limitations: it is not suited for the expression of simple, yet very common, taxonomic relations and it does not allow the specification of completeness conditions. We have implemented an extension of traditional functional unification. This extension addresses these limitations while preserving the desirable properties of FUGs.

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  • In this paper, a new class of (G,C,r)- type I functions and their generalizations are introduced. We consider a class of differentiable multiobjective optimization problems and establish sufficient optimality conditions. The results of the paper are more general than those existing in the literature.

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  • Transfers control back to "calling" function For return type other than void, MUST have return statement Typically the LAST statement in function definition return statement optional for void functions.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "a complete guide to programming in c++" has contents: fundamentals, fundamental types, constants, and variables; using functions and classes; operators for fundamental types, control flow,...and other contents.

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  • This paper describes a field grammar for Danish and its implementations in a Prolog version with predeclared types. In compar i s o n to the u s u s a l S - NP VP schema, this kind of grammar, where the first rule is S - CNF FF NF CF e n h a n c e s a n a l y s i s effeciency because the fields specify constituents and syntactic function at the same time. The field grammar tradition is outlinedand an o v e r v i e w of the major...

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  • This article is aimed at investigating the Processes in English Texts on Makeup Instructions (ETMIs) in the light of Halliday’s functional grammar.

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  • This chapter describes the fundamental characteristics of the objectoriented C++ programming language. In addition, you will be introduced to the steps necessary for creating a fully functional C++ program.The examples provided will help you retrace these steps and also demonstrate the basic structure of a C++ program.

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  • Finding all the most useful functions in Help can be difficult at best. When you know the function name you want, you can type it in the Visual Basic Editor, highlight the name, and then press F1 to go directly to the help topic. Following is a list of functions, categorized by type, that you might need to use. The tables list the function name and a brief description of what the function does. You can easily find details about the particular function syntax in Help once you know the function name....

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  • Functional testing is a type of black box testing that bases its test cases on the specifications of the software component under test. Functions are tested by feeding them input and examining the output, and internal program structure is rarely considered (not like in white-box testing).[1] Functional testing differs from system testing in that functional testing "verif[ies] a program by checking it against ... design document(s) or specification(s)", while system testing "validate[s] a program by checking it against the published user or system requirements"...

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  • Introduction Chapter 1: Introducing SQL CLR Chapter 2: Your First CLR Stored Procedure Chapter 3: SQL CLR Structure and Common Tasks Chapter 4: Creating SQL CLR Objects Chapter 5: Comparing T-SQL with Managed Code Chapter 6: Replacing Extended Stored Procedures, Functions, and Other T-SQL Objects Chapter 7: The .NET Framework’s Base Class Library Chapter 8: Using SQL CLR Stored Procedures in Your Applications Chapter 9: Handling Errors in CLR Stored Procedures Chapter 10: CLR Administration and Security Chapter 11: Case Study...

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  • FIFTH EDITION Pantone: CMYK: Back in 2001, when I wrote the first edition of this book (it was called Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site with PHP & MySQL back then), readers were astonished to discover that you could create a site full of web pages without having to write a separate HTML file for each page. PHP stood out from the crowd of programming languages, mainly because it was easy enough for almost anyone to learn and free to download and install.

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  • A Programmer's Guide to ADO.NET in C# begins by taking readers through a fast-paced overview of C# and then delves into ADO.NET. Why should C# programmers use it instead of the existing technologies? What new functionality does it offer? The chapters that follow go through the details on each of the major Data Providers of the .NET platform (OleDb, SQL Server, and ODBC) that enable you to read and write data to the targeted database.

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  • The following extracts come from sales assistants in computer shops describing the features and functions of various input devices. Complete the sentences by typing in words from the box and then choose which device they’re talking about from the drop-down menu. to can which allows used by features

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  • The greedy algorithm is one of the simplest approaches to solve the optizmization problem in which we want to determine the global optimum of a given function by a sequence of steps where at each stage we can make a choice among a class of possible decisions. In the greedy method the choice of the optimal decision is made on the information at hand without worrying about the effect these decisions may have in the future.

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  • The editor has incorporated scientific contributions from a diverse group of leading researchers in the field of hematology and related blood cell research. This book aims to provide an overview of current knowledge pertaining to our understanding of hematology. The main subject areas will include blood cell morphology and function, the pathophysiology and genetics of hematological disorders and malignancies, blood testing and typing, and the processes governing hematopoiesis. Blood cell physiology, biochemistry and blood flow are covered in this book....

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  • The discovery of the hormone insulin by Frederick Banting and colleagues in the early 1920’s is one of the greatest medical breakthroughs and has saved millions of lives over the years. The significance of the discovery is underscored by the fact that type 1 diabetics still have an absolute requirement for daily injections of insulin to live. Clearly, today’s insulin treatments have attained levels of sophistication that have greatly improved clinical out‐ come ...

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  • This book is about how to construct and use computational models of specific parts of the nervous system, such as a neuron, a part of a neuron or a network of neurons. It is designed to be read by people from a wide range of backgrounds from the biological, physical and computational sciences. The word ‘model’ can mean different things in different disciplines, and even researchers in the same field may disagree on the nuances of its meaning.

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  • Advances in the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure of neurological diseases are based upon scientific discovery. The journey from discovery to treatment is often arduous and involves both basic and clinical science. Over the ages, multiple intertwined paths of discovery connect the recognition of distinct diseases of the nervous system to exquisite diagnostic descriptions, which, when coupled with the scientific understanding of the disease, have allowed the development of effective treatments and interventions...

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  • Oxidative functions of polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMNs), which play a deciding role in the phagocytosis process, are stimulated by extracellular matrix proteins such as type I collagen. Previous studies have demonstrated the involvement of a DGGRYY sequence located within the a1 chain C-terminal telopeptide in type I collagen-induced PMN activation, but so far the mechanism has not been completely elucidated.

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  • Property may be leased as well as purchased. One form of leasing arrangement is a long-term ground lease, in which a tenant leases vacant land and develops it. Once the development is complete, the ground tenant sublets space to retail, o"ce or industrial tenants, depending on the type of development. Ground leasehold interests may be bought and sold in a manner similar to fee simple property interests. Commercial Leasing Most commercial o"ce and retail space, and much of the standard industrial space in Canada, is available only through a commercial lease.

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