Semantically

  • (adv): With regard to meaning.
    Example: "Semantically empty messages"

Some articles on semantically:

Semantic Matching
... in Computer Science to identify information which is semantically related ... is an operator which identifies those nodes in the two structures which semantically correspond to one another ... applied to file systems it can identify that a folder labeled “car” is semantically equivalent to another folder “automobile” because they are ...
Watatsumi - Name
... William George Aston 1896) writes it semantically as 海神 lit ... as ワタツミ or in kanji phonetically 綿津見 or semantically 海神 "sea god" ... Watatsumi meaning "tutelary deity of the sea" is semantically extended as a synecdoche or metaphor meaning "the sea the ocean the main" ...
Exceptional Case-marking - Examples
... The pronouns are marked with object case morphology, but they function semantically as the subjects of the infinitival verbs to their right ... matrix predicate, which means that it is not semantically selected by the matrix verb ... control constructions, since control predicates semantically select their object (e.g ...
Completed - Logical Completeness
... A formal system is "semantically complete" when all its tautologies are theorems, whereas a formal system is "sound" when all theorems are tautologies (that is, they are semantically valid formulas ... A formal system S is semantically complete or simply complete, if every tautology of S is a theorem of S ... complete or complete in the strong sense if for every set of premises Γ, any formula which semantically follows from Γ is derivable from Γ ...
INtelligent Data Understanding System
... query-centric system for metadata discovery from distributed, semantically heterogeneous data ... a user or an application to view a collection of physically distributed, autonomous, semantically heterogeneous data sources (regardless of location, internal structure and query ... This allows INDUS to answer user queries against distributed, semantically heterogeneous data sources without the need for a centralized data warehouse ...