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s study (2010) the messages from moderators and summarizers reflect higher levels of knowledge construction at the beginning of discussions.
At end-term, over 60% of the group identified with the group task roles of clarifier, information giver, information seeker, summarizer, and initiator in that order (see Figure 7).
Comparison of the Two Summarizers in Terms of Their Sensitivity to the UI Controls.
Summarizers were perceived within the community as authoritative narrators.
A Query-Focused Multi-Document Summarizer Based on Lexical Chains.
Symposium on Byzantine Medicine, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 38, 1983, 2: <<The fourth and later centuries present us with a dull and narrow range of authors --the summarizers, the encyclopaedists--who have been studied not for themselves but for the earlier sources they happen to encapsulate>>.
From this more complex view of the constituent processes of the production of the CSM compilations, the team of participants working under the King would have included miracle collectors, summarizers and translators; archivists and filing clerks maintaining the central repository of stories; composers of texts, music and visual narratives; compilers and indexers of completed poems; and organizers of manuscripts, directing copyists in the scriptorium or workshops.
Thus, the learner will be given control to follow the sequences that seem to be more appropriate to his/her needs; however, some fundamental pre-requisite requirements must be observed and the use of advanced organizers, summarizers, and synthesizers will help him/her in understanding the material.
Miles and Huberman (1994) suggested using summarizers to build pattern codes.
Most of the serious data comes from the ancient medical authors, from Hippocrates through Galen, and the later summarizers such as Oribasius and Aetius.
9) For canon law it is a period of encyclopedists, summarizers of the great achievements of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, until the end of the century and the rise of the conciliar movement.
Performing the role of great summarizers of culture, world's fairs molded the world into an "ideologically coherent symbolic universe, confirming and extending the authority of the [host] country's .