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  • 141Named entity recognition — (NER) (also known as entity identification (EI) and entity extraction) is a subtask of information extraction that seeks to locate and classify atomic elements in text into predefined categories such as the names of persons, organizations,… …

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  • 142DIMES — is a subproject of the EVERGROW Integrated Project in the EU Information Society Technologies, Future and Emerging Technologies programme. It is studying the structure and topology of the Internet to obtain a very accurate map and annotate it… …

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  • 143Agostino Steuco — (in Latin Steuchus or Eugubinus) (1497 ndash; 1548), Italian humanist, Old Testament scholar, Counter Reformation polemicist and antiquarian,was born at Gubbio in Umbria.In 1513 he entered the congregation of the Order of the Augustinian Canons… …

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  • 144Institute of Pacific Relations — The Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) was an international organization established in 1925 to provide a forum for discussion of problems and relations between nations of the Pacific Rim. IPR was governed by the Pacific Council, with National… …

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  • 145OS MasterMap — OS MasterMap® is Ordnance Survey s flagship digital product, launched in November 2001. It is a database that records every fixed feature of Great Britain larger than a few metres in one continuous digital map. Every feature is given a unique… …

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  • 146Bioconductor — Infobox Software name = Bioconductor caption = Screenshot of Bioconductor developer = latest release version = 2.2 latest release date = May 1, 2008 operating system = Linux, Mac OS X, Windows platform = R programming language genre = Analysis of …

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  • 147Windows Picture and Fax Viewer — Infobox Software name = Windows Picture and Fax Viewer caption = Windows Picture and Fax Viewer on Windows XP. developer = Microsoft latest release version = latest release date = latest preview version = latest preview date = operating system =… …

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  • 148Microsoft Max — was the codename for a prototype software application developed by Microsoft. It is an application for creating virtual photograph albums and distributing them online in a peer to peer fashion. Features of the Max technology demo included the… …

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  • 149Julian Bleecker — is an artist and technologist with a history developing innovative mobile research projects.Bleecker holds a Ph.D. from the History of Consciousness Program at University of California, Santa Cruz. He s been an artist in residence at the Eyebeam… …

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  • 150Civil Code of Argentina — Congress building in Buenos Aires, Argentina The Civil Code of Argentina is the legal code which forms the foundation of the system of civil law in Argentina. It was written by Dalmacio Vélez Sársfield, as the culmination of a series of attempts… …

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  • 151List of PDF software — This list of PDF software includes links to articles on computer software used to manage Portable Document Format (PDF) documents. Contents 1 Multi platform 1.1 Converters 1.2 Editors 1.3 …

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  • 152Electronic symbol — Common circuit diagram symbols (US symbols) An electronic symbol is a pictogram used to represent various electrical and electronic devices (such as wires, batteries, resistors, and transistors) in a schematic diagram of an electrical or… …

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  • 153Jess Nevins — Born 30 July 1966 Boston Occupation Author and librarian Nationality American …

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  • 154Philip Verheyen — (April 23, 1648 January 28, 1711), was a Dutch surgeon.His birth and the beginning of his educationAs the third child of eight, Philip Verheyen was born in Verrebroek (most likely in his parents house, standing on a small plot of owned land in… …

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  • 155Intermedia (hypertext) — Intermedia was the third notable hypertext project to emerge from Brown University, after HES (1967) and FRESS (1969). Intermedia was started in 1985 by Norman Meyrowitz, who had been associated with earlier hypertext research at Brown. The… …

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  • 156Upper ontology (information science) — In information science, an upper ontology (top level ontology, or foundation ontology) is an attempt to create an ontology which describes very general concepts that are the same across all domains. The aim is very broad semantic interoperability …

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  • 157Distributed Concurrent Versions System — Developer(s) elego Software Solutions GmbH Initial release August 2002; 9 years ago (2002 08) Stable release 1.0.3 / September 25, 2006; 5 years ago ( …

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  • 158Bartimaeus (Bartimaeus trilogy) — Bartimaeus (bar tee may us) is a fictional character in the Bartimaeus Trilogy written by Jonathan Stroud. He is a sarcastic djinni of the fourteenth level and 5,000 years old at the beginning of the first book. His many masters have included… …

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  • 159Voices United — Infobox Book name = Voices United title orig = translator = image caption = author = unknown illustrator = cover artist = country = Canada language = series = subject = Christian music genre = publisher = United Church Publishing House pub date …

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  • 160Sony Reader — Infobox Mobile phone name = Sony Reader (PRS505) imagesize = 200 manufacturer = Sony screen = 600×800 px, 170 ppi resolution, 6 diagonal, 8 level grayscale E Ink Electronic paper available = operatingsystem = MontaVista Linux input = Directional… …

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