Word Sense Disambiguation

Some articles on sense, word sense disambiguation, sense disambiguation:

... small entity) is a state - the consciousness of the ego, the sense of "I" and "mine" ... This represents a sense of individuality and a separation from a general existence of any "divine plan" ... In Shaivism, anava is the cause of the individual soul's mistaken sense of separate identity from Universal God Siva, and the last bond broken before union or Self-Realization (moksha) ...
Mother's Boy
... man is seen to give control of his own life to his mother, in exchange for a sense of security ... Alternatively, in recent years, some have begun using the term in a milder sense, merely meaning a man who is emotionally attached to his mother ... Though this sense of the phrase is still uncommon compared to the original pejorative intent, mothers in particular may state their pride in their "mama's boy" sons ...
Optical Scan Voting System - History
... While mark sense technology dates back to the 1930s and optical mark recognition dates to the 1950s, these technologies were first explored in the context of ... The first suggestion to use mark sense technology to count ballots came in 1953, but practical optical scanners did not emerge until the 1960s. 1965, was the first optical mark vote tabulator able to sense marks made with a graphite pencil ...
Disambiguator - Software
... BabelNet API, a Java API for knowledge-based multilingual Word Sense Disambiguation in 6 different languages using the BabelNet semantic network ... WordNetSenseRelate, a project that includes free, open source systems for word sense disambiguation and lexical sample sense disambiguation ...
Cadence (music)
... falling") is, "a melodic or harmonic configuration that creates a sense of repose or resolution." A harmonic cadence is a progression of (at least ... A cadence is labeled more or less "weak" or "strong" depending on the sense of finality it creates ... the use of such progressions does not necessarily constitute a cadence—there must be a sense of closure, as at the end of a phrase ...

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