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Based on early, ground-breaking work on knowledge representation for education by our founders and capitalizing on success in major Big Data analysis programs in the National Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DOD), and Law Enforcement (LE), Semantic Research has been redefining the way users visualize, interact with, and understand data and information for more than a decade.
As one of the first semantic technology pioneers in contextual advertising, ADmantX has been focused on the deepest analytical understanding of content.
PoolParty in combination with Virtuoso allows customers to generate integrated and semantically sound views over large datasets, even when distributed across heterogeneous IT systems," said Andreas Blumauer, CEO, Semantic Web Company.
Are there obvious semantic impairments that have not been picked up before?
However, in order for this to alleviate the limitations of the traditional search engines, we propose one based on semantic information.
The report, entitled "Semantic Technologies: Landscape of High Value Applications for the Enterprise", cited in addition to Pragmatech's semantic engine some of the largest software companies and leading research labs in the world.
The main method of the study was to investigate a semantic-syntactic dependency in a sentence between a verb Vbl and its object Obl, proceeding from the semantic dependency between a semantically close verb Vb2 and its object Ob2.
Sinclair (1991), although not explicitly using the term semantic prosody, first described the phenomenon that "many uses of words and phrases show a tendency to occur in a certain semantic environment" (p.
The semantic web, a massive and ethereal project kicked off by World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee some years back to make the web intelligent, is a research project that will never make it out of the lab.
The problem that we present seems to have broader bite, afflicting both consistent and inconsistent proposals for resolving semantic pathology.
The Semantic Web is designed to allow reasoning and inference capabilities to be added to the pure descriptions.
They concluded that semantic memory deficits occur even in predementia Alzheimer's patients, perhaps due to the early development of neurofibrillary tangles in the temporal neocortex.

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