summarization approaches use information extraction, ontological information, information fusion, and compression.
Other educators perceived it as a kind of professional knowledge that goes beyond the command of subject matter or general pedagogical principles to an understanding of how to transform the abstractive
knowledge to a meaningful to learners (Wilson, Shulman, and Richert, 1987).
By, so to say, X-raying the abstractives
and by proving their merely semiotic role in the process of cognition, Ockham establishes abstract knowledge as a system of propositions that functions solely in the space of metalinguistic investigation of extramental reality; as the source of all abstraction is supposed by Ockham to be intuition, on which rests also the evidential power of scientia, we can conclude that knowledge must, to have a grasp of reality, seize back and slide on the contingency of an individual manifested in the intuition (Schulthess and Imbach 1996:272-273).
This was evidence for a magical conception of objects rather than a rationalistic and abstractive
use of numbers to refer to all objects.
In the event, his input to the exhibition comprises merely a few wall captions that are of no great perspicacity and a single room hung with some predictably chosen abstractive
Scientific concepts mediated by the teacher are logical and systematic, but their verbal or formulaic form is often too abstractive
and detached from the students' own experience.
The individual who makes his approach to life through dialectic alone does violence to life through his abstractive
6) The futility of abstractive
imagination becomes obvious, according to Amery, "when an event places the most extreme demands on us," because when it happens, "one ought not to speak of banality.
Because Hayek believes the mind is parsimonious in using higher mental processing levels, an entrepreneur wants to avoid frequent abstractive
Chapter ii argues that the Book of the Duchess calls into question the traditional epistemology of the `philosophical vision', exploring the nominalist idea that knowledge is attained via `intuitive cognition' of `singulars' rather than through a more traditional abstractive
movement from singular to universal.
The methodologies employed range from traditional source studies (especially collations of multiple sources), to psychological theories of memory (both constructive and abstractive
processes are considered), to "folkioristic" studies of the transmission of various oral literatures (Homeric, the Hindu Veda, and synagogue practices, inter alia).
Of course, Plato and Aristotle would seem to be adequate evidence that abstractive
capacity is not alien to the European mind and to European culture.