IRASubcat is a language-independent tool to acquire information about the subcategoriza- tion of verbs from corpus. The tool can extract information from corpora annotated at vari- ous levels, including almost raw text, where only verbs are identified. It can also ag- gregate information from a pre-existing lex- icon with verbal subcategorization informa- tion. The system is highly customizable, and works with XML as input and outputformat. IRASubcat identifies patterns of constituents in the corpus, and associates patterns with verbs if their association strength is over a fre- quency threshold and passes the likelihood ra- tio hypothesis test. It also implements a proce- dure to identify verbal constituents that could be playing the role of an adjunct in a pattern. Thresholds controlling frequency and identi- fication of adjuncts can be customized by the user, or else they are given a default value.
a) After semester examinations are concluded, the course lecturer enters the continuous assessments and examination scores of students in a standard format with information such as; the name of the lecturer, the course, date of examination, department and the number of students that wrote the examination.Afterwards, the course lecturer uses the sub-program “Grade” to compute students‟ grade and grade percentages. An example is illustrated in AppendixI. After approval at the departmental examination board, a standard outputformat is forwarded to the departmental examination officer.
The data outputformat can be designed to meet most survey program requirements or just display the data to specific user demands. For example the data output can be tailored for GSI format, CSV format or any standard text format to import into survey processing software. The measurements, points and codes can all be arranged in any order, including additional identifier text added to suit.
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The good news is that as long as different systems remain separate, they work well within their own spheres. For instance, AutoCAD users can easily exchange drawings with AutoCAD LT and Intelli- CAD users, because all use the same file format. Data exchange between 2D packages is not prob- lematic, because there aren’t conceptual differences between the systems.
The CH7036’s single channel LVDS receiver/transmitter complies with the SPWG specification, a popular LVDS standard used by panel manufacturers. Each input/output LVDS interface is equipped with 4/1 pairs of differential signal buses to support video data and clock. The built- in dithering mechanism can be applied to approximate true 24-bit color video data if system manufacturers use less expensive 18-bit panels. Conversely, if input data is only 18-bit color, the simulation to 24-bit color for high- end TFT LCD is also supported.
tools require the knowledge of programming constructs and widgets, neither of which is expected to be an area of expertise of an average analyst. Second, none of the existing tools support the customization of the final mashup output and thus fail to utilize the benefits of data visualization techniques. Investing the time in training the analyst about programming constructs and customizing the data visualization would cause further delay in decision making. Based on these ideas, we developed a programming-by-demonstration approach to mashup construction, which enables a user to create mashups without writing code or understanding programming concepts (Tuchinda, Szekely and Knoblock, 2008). The user indirectly solves the issues involved in the mashup building process by providing only examples. In this paper, we address the problem of data visualization in mashups by introducing a programming-by-demonstration approach to data visualization. We will highlight the significant role that geospatial mashups can play in assisting with crisis and disaster management by motivating it with examples throughout this paper.
the converter output, is shown in Fig. 5 and Fig. 6 for sine input signals having the same frequency of 100Hz with peak amplitudes of 450nA and 50nA, respectively. The relative error, calculated by Eq. (12), is depicted in Fig. 7 for different input signal amplitudes. The relative error of less than 4% is achieved for the input signal amplitudes ranging from 50nA to 450nA.
It was also decided to involve all the library staff in this project and contribute to its growth. Guidelines were set down for the project team so that metadata could be created with consistent standards. The newspaper clippings proved to be the most difficult to upload as we not only had to give keywords – but also had to write an abstract for each one ourselves – which meant that we had to read each clipping. For journal articles, author names were rendered in a standard format and we decided to take the keywords given by the authors themselves in the article. A paper may have authors from different departments – this was solved by mapping them to each department.
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Several event generators are available within basf2 to support the generation of sig- nal and background events for all physics analyses performed by Belle II collaborators. GEANT4  is used to simulate the energy depositions in the sensitive volumes, called SimHits, of the particles traversing the detector. As shown in Figure 4, the most time con- suming part is the simulation of optical photons in the barrel particle identification detector (TOP). The SimHits are the input to digitizers implemented as detector-specific modules. The output digits can be converted to the format of raw data and back using so-called packer and unpacker modules. While the simulation and its parts can be run in separate jobs it is usually executed in a single job together with the reconstruction and only the mDST output is retained.
The current researches mainly adopt “Guide to the expression of uncertainty in measurement (GUM)” to calculate the profile error. However, GUM can only be applied in the linear models. The standard GUM is not appropriate to calculate the uncertainty of profile error because the mathematical model of profile error is strongly non-linear. An improved second-order GUM method (GUMM) is proposed to calculate the uncertainty. At the same time, the uncer- tainties in different coordinate axes directions are calculated as the measuring points uncertainties. In addition, the correlations between variables could not be ignored while calculating the uncertainty. A k-factor conversion method is proposed to calculate the converge factor due to the unknown and asymmetrical distribution of the output quan- tity. Subsequently, the adaptive Monte Carlo method (AMCM) is used to evaluate whether the second-order GUMM is better. Two practical examples are listed and the conclusion is drawn by comparing and discussing the second-order GUMM and AMCM. The results show that the difference between the improved second-order GUM and the AMCM is smaller than the difference between the standard GUM and the AMCM. The improved second-order GUMM is more precise in consideration of the nonlinear mathematical model of profile error.