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Semantic MEDLINE's Summarization phase identifies SemRep semantic predications that are relevant to a user's indicated information need.
Even though the present treatise has been inspired by the morphosyntactic characteristics of only one language, the theoretical background provides interesting viewpoints for a the description of the predication patterns in most other languages, especially if a language displays more than one pattern.
Predications about Cod in Jewish Liturgy (A)--Birkhot Hashachar
Kintsch (2000) shows the algorithm at work and checks the final meaning of predications such as "The bridge collapsed", "The plan collapsed" and "The runner collapsed", as well as an example better suited to taxonomic or hierarchical structures--"Pelican is a bird" and "The bird is a pelican".
16) Une phrase P contient une predication secondaire si elle peut etre paraphrasee par deux predications P1 et P2 telle que la seconde predication P2 exprime une predication qui est independente de la predication de la premiere P1.
1] is described in terms of one or more predications in which it is the argument of the predicate that further specifies its identity.
The glowing predications stand in stark comparison to those of recent years, which seemed to grow successively gloomier despite the REIT industry's consistent double-digit returns.
which all express possessive 'X has, owns Y' predications.
Elsewhere the heavyweight mining stocks gained on the back of upbeat 2006 metal price predications, with Kazakhmys adding 35.
Clothing retailer Next bore out its own gloomy predications of slowing consumer spending yesterday with a 6.
But it has also been heralded as crucial to the long-term future of the Teesside chemical industry as a whole with predications it will lead to thousands of spin-off jobs in construction and the local economy.
It was used only to mark some secondary predications expressing time relations (Leetberg 1934), as in