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Konzept für Semantic E-Mail Client in Unterrich...
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Konzept für Semantic E-Mail Client in Unterricht/Schule ab 59 € als Taschenbuch: Analyse Konzepte Infrastruktur. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Ratgeber, Computer & Internet,

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Konzept für Semantic E-Mail Client in Unterricht/Schule ab 59 EURO Analyse Konzepte Infrastruktur

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Konzept für Semantic E-Mail Client in Unterrich...
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E-Mails, Instant Messenger und andere Kommunikationsdienste gehören zu unserem Alltag und dieser scheint immer schwerer für SchülerIinnen ohne diese Anwendungen zu bewältigen zu sein. Diese Technologien, Umgang mit E-Mail Client, Wissen Verarbeitung am Personal Computer, Internet Zugang, etc. tun manche SchülerInnen schwer. Im Unterricht spielen E-Mails eine große Rolle und es sollen wichtige Aspekte des Mailschreibens mit den Kindern erarbeitet werden. Ich finde es wichtig, dass die SchülerInnen ein einfaches und integriertes E-Mail Programm haben, mit dem sie leicht arbeiten können. Diese Arbeit beschreibt, wie die Visionen des semantischen Webs übertragen werden können, um ein einfaches und integriertes E-Mail-Programm für den Unterricht in der Schule zu realisieren. Die semantischen Web Technologien öffnen die Tür zur Verknüpfung von unterschiedlichen Programmen und verschiedenen Datenformaten. Dabei möchte ich die semantischen Web Technologie-Anwendungen nützen. Ich stelle hier die Vision einer semantischen E-Mail Klient Applikation für den Unterricht in der Schule

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OpenIRIS
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! OpenIRIS is the open source version of IRIS, a Semantic Desktop that enables users to create a personal map across their office-related information objects.OpenIRIS is the open source subset of IRIS, a Semantic Desktop that enables users to create a personal map across their office-related information objects. IRIS includes a machine-learning platform to help automate this process. It provides dashboard views, contextual navigation, and relationship-based structure across an extensible suite of office applications, including a calendar, web and file browser, e-mail client, and instant messaging client.

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Vocabulary-Based Transformation
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In metadata, a vocabulary-based transformation (VBT) is a transformation aided by the use of a semantic equivalence statements within a controlled vocabulary. Many organizations today require communication between one or more computers. Although many standards exist to exchange data between computers such as HTML or e-Mail, there are still much structured information that needs to be exchanged between computers that is not standardized. The process of mapping one source of data into another is often a slow and labor intensive process.

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Computing Meaning
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This book is a collection of papers written by outstanding researchers in the newly emerging field of computational semantics. Computational semantics is concerned with the computation of the meanings of linguistic objects such as text fragments, spoken dialogue utterances, and e-mail messages. The meaning of such an object is determined partly by linguistic information and partly by information from the context in which the object occurs. The information from these sources is combined by processes that infer which interpretation of the object applies in the given context. This applies not only to notoriously difficult aspects of interpreting linguistic objects, such as indexicals, anaphora, and metonymy, but also to establishing the precise reference of common nouns and the scopes of noun phrases. The central issue in computational semantics is how processes of finding and combining the relevant linguistic and contextual information into contextually appropriate meanings can be organised. Traditional approaches of applying context information to disambiguated natural language expressions do not work well, due to the massive ambiguity in natural language. Recent work in computational semantics suggests, alternatively, to represent linguistic semantic information in formal structures with underspecification, and to apply context information in inference processes that result in further specification of these representations. Underspecified representation and inference are therefore the key topics in this book. The book is aimed at those linguists, computer scientists, and logicians who take an interest in the computation of meaning, and who want to know what is happening in this exciting field of research.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Computing Meaning
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This book is a collection of papers written by outstanding researchers in the newly emerging field of computational semantics. Computational semantics is concerned with the computation of the meanings of linguistic objects such as text fragments, spoken dialogue utterances, and e-mail messages. The meaning of such an object is determined partly by linguistic information and partly by information from the context in which the object occurs. The information from these sources is combined by processes that infer which interpretation of the object applies in the given context. This applies not only to notoriously difficult aspects of interpreting linguistic objects, such as indexicals, anaphora, and metonymy, but also to establishing the precise reference of common nouns and the scopes of noun phrases. The central issue in computational semantics is how processes of finding and combining the relevant linguistic and contextual information into contextually appropriate meanings can be organised. Traditional approaches of applying context information to disambiguated natural language expressions do not work well, due to the massive ambiguity in natural language. Recent work in computational semantics suggests, alternatively, to represent linguistic semantic information in formal structures with underspecification, and to apply context information in inference processes that result in further specification of these representations. Underspecified representation and inference are therefore the key topics in this book. The book is aimed at those linguists, computer scientists, and logicians who take an interest in the computation of meaning, and who want to know what is happening in this exciting field of research.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Consumer Health Informatics
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Edited by five leaders in the field of health informatics, Consumer Health Informatics explores all aspects of this evolving science. This comprehensive volume will be an indispensable tool for both professionals and students as it details the broad scope of consumer health informatics and its impact on today's progressive and ever-changing world of health care. The inclusion of several case studies serves to examine pertinent topics, namely computer-based information for cancer; National Library of Medicine initiatives; and web-based patient preferences and utilities. Designed for use by medical IT specialists, physicians, nurses, healthcare providers, and professors and students of medical informatics, the book's chapter highlights include patient empowerment; frameworks and models for health behavior change and patient education; patient to patient communication; patient to provider communication; privacy and confidentiality; ethical issues; evaluation methods, and more. TOC:Consumer Health Informatics.- Empowered Consumers.- Tailored Health Communication.- Design and Evaluation of Consumer Health Information Websites.- Information Delivery Methods.- Delivery of Online Learning for Healthcare Consumers.- Qualitative Evaluation in Consumer Health Informatics.- Patient to Patient Communication: Support Groups and Virtual Communities.- Electronic Patient-Centered Communication: E-mail and other E-ways to Communicate Clinically.- Consumer Health Vocabulary.- Disability Informatics.- Ethical Issues in Consumer Health Informatics.- Social Informatics and Consumer Health.- Security of Healthcare Information Systems.- The National Library of Medicine Reaches Out to Consumers.- Baby CareLink: Collaborative Tools to Support Families.- CHOICEs: Patients as Participants in Shared Care Planning at the Point of Care.- MedCERTAIN / MedCIRCLE: Using semantic web technologies for quality management of health information on the web.- The MI-HEART Project.- CHESS: 10 years of research and development in consumer health informatics for broad populations, including the underserved.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Computing Meaning
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This book is a collection of papers written by outstanding researchers in the newly emerging field of computational semantics. Computational semantics is concerned with the computation of the meanings of linguistic objects such as text fragments, spoken dialogue utterances, and e-mail messages. The meaning of such an object is determined partly by linguistic information and partly by information from the context in which the object occurs. The information from these sources is combined by processes that infer which interpretation of the object applies in the given context. This applies not only to notoriously difficult aspects of interpreting linguistic objects, such as indexicals, anaphora, and metonymy, but also to establishing the precise reference of common nouns and the scopes of noun phrases. The central issue in computational semantics is how processes of finding and combining the relevant linguistic and contextual information into contextually appropriate meanings can be organised. Traditional approaches of applying context information to disambiguated natural language expressions do not work well, due to the massive ambiguity in natural language. Recent work in computational semantics suggests, alternatively, to represent linguistic semantic information in formal structures with underspecification, and to apply context information in inference processes that result in further specification of these representations. Underspecified representation and inference are therefore the key topics in this book. The book is aimed at those linguists, computer scientists, and logicians who take an interest in the computation of meaning, and who want to know what is happening in this exciting field of research.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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