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Widening the Field of View of Information Extraction through Sentential Event Recognition By Siddharth Patwardhan
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This dissertation describes strategies for automatically recognizing events in text, and presents methods for effective extraction of event-role information from documents through the use of event... More > recognition. This research was conducted by Dr. Siddharth Patwardhan as part of his PhD studies at the University of Utah.< Less
Widening the Field of View of Information Extraction through Sentential Event Recognition By Siddharth Patwardhan
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This dissertation describes strategies for automatically recognizing events in text, and presents methods for effective extraction of event-role information from documents through the use of event... More > recognition. This research was conducted by Dr. Siddharth Patwardhan as part of his PhD studies at the University of Utah.< Less
forall x: an introduction to formal logic By P.D. Magnus
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In formal logic, sentences and arguments are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become... More > clearer. This text describes two formal languages which have been of special importance to philosophers: truth-functional sentential logic and quantified predicate logic. The book covers translation, formal semantics, and proof theory for both languages.This can be used as the textbook for a semester long course in logic, for a unit on logic, or for self-directed study. Each chapter contains practice exercises; solutions to selected exercises appear in an appendix.The author is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University at Albany, SUNY.For more information, see the forall x homepage and the author's homepage.< Less
forall x: an introduction to formal logic By P.D. Magnus
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In formal logic, sentences and arguments are translated into mathematical languages with well-defined properties. If all goes well, properties of the argument that were hard to discern become... More > clearer. This text describes two formal languages which have been of special importance to philosophers: truth-functional sentential logic and quantified predicate logic. The book covers translation, formal semantics, and proof theory for both languages.This can be used as the textbook for a semester long course in logic, for a unit on logic, or for self-directed study. Each chapter contains practice exercises; solutions to selected exercises appear in an appendix.The author is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University at Albany, SUNY.For more information, see the forall x homepage and the author's homepage.< Less
Symbolic Logic 4e By Dr. Daniel Kern
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Designed for a first, college-level course in Symbolic Logic, in class or online. Covers Sentential Logic, Natural Deduction, Truth Trees, Predicate Logic and Quantifier Logic.
Perspectives By Norman Hadley
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An eclection of poems, by turns lyrical, sardonic and celebratory. Neither fearing rhyme nor revering it, they flirt shamelessly with the sententious and sentimental, occasionally nod to their elders... More > and betters yet remain assiduously accessible.< Less
Perspectives By Norman Hadley
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An eclection of poems, by turns lyrical, sardonic and celebratory. Neither fearing rhyme nor revering it, they flirt shamelessly with the sententious and sentimental, occasionally nod to their elders... More > and betters yet remain assiduously accessible.< Less
The Grammar Game Workbook Answer Key By R. L. Grennier
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Companion to the The Grammar Game Workbook, available on Amazon.com. In the course, English grammar is taught in discrete lessons, concentrating on one aspect of grammar at a time, supported by... More > worksheets. The course is derived from the structure of sentential logic. It teaches students to understand and grammatically structure their sentences by means of a sequential application of the rules of grammar, just as mathematics is taught by the rules and application of mathematics, or logic is taught by the rules and application of logic. In this course, grammar is taught by using it in everday sentences, likening the rules of grammar to the rules of a game. A course used by students for almost a decade, the Grammar Game capitalizes on every student's desire to learn and understand what he or she can do to learn a putatively difficult subject.< Less
HX ASSEMBLER - natural language programming By andrew hennessey
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This is a Logic programming language based in sentential calculus very similar to PROLOG but with further inclusions of power law relationships similar to Ohms law in electricity which here serves as... More > a model for a natural and universal law of transference. These transference events have models in; Cosmology, Biology, Electricity, Chemistry, Psychology, Electromagnetics, human language. With further R&D HX Assembler version 1 could easily become the operating platform that enables the birth of Artificial General Intelligence. ie. fully executive, domain independent robotics. HX is the natural and logical language of the Universe. For example: The Benefits of HX Assembler are: 1. data and data structures are portable between domains. 2. adaptable, universal model or expert shell for use in many applications. 3. the Knowledge Representation System enables a unified approach to semiotics and artificial consciousness.< Less
Abbeychurch : Or Self-control and Self-conceit (Illustrated) By Charlotte M. Yonge
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Yonge barely describes the Consecration ceremony since ‘such thoughts and scenes are too high to be more than touched on in a story of this kind’ Instead she conveys the feelings and... More > comments on the spiritual and emotional development of a group of young people drawn together by the sacred event, whose excitements ‘only those who have shared in the joys of church building can know’. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Woodbourne, still ‘under seventeen’, and her younger sisters, worldly Katherine and sententious Helen, are the daughters of the Vicar and his saintly, but now defunct, first wife. Four younger children, mainly represented by Dora, an extremely clear-sighted seven year old, have been born to the second Mrs. Woodbourne: the gentle, inoffensive and generally useless Mildred, Visitors to the Vicarage include family relative Lady Merton, paragon and moral arbiter of the novel, and her children Anne and Rupert Merton.< Less