Distances between probability measures and coefficients of

... with p 6= 0 and Q satises a regularity assumption is considered (Darroch and Seneta (1965)). Crossman, Coolen-Schrijner and Coolen (2009) study this problem with imprecise probabilities. The unique limit distribution is equal to (1, 0). If conditioned on non-absorption, the conditional distribution ...

... with p 6= 0 and Q satises a regularity assumption is considered (Darroch and Seneta (1965)). Crossman, Coolen-Schrijner and Coolen (2009) study this problem with imprecise probabilities. The unique limit distribution is equal to (1, 0). If conditioned on non-absorption, the conditional distribution ...

Robust French syntax analysis : reconciling statistical methods and

... for transmitting to me her love for languages; my grandparents Lova and Miriam, may they rest in peace, whose presence in my childhood has meant so much to me; and my sisters and their families—Sharon and little Topaz, and Michal and Philip. Last but not least, this thesis would never have been poss ...

... for transmitting to me her love for languages; my grandparents Lova and Miriam, may they rest in peace, whose presence in my childhood has meant so much to me; and my sisters and their families—Sharon and little Topaz, and Michal and Philip. Last but not least, this thesis would never have been poss ...

Applying the Constraint Grammar Parser of English to the Helsinki

... This sentence is heavily ambiguous. On average, however, each word receives 1.7–2.2 alternative morphological analyses from ENGTWOL. As noted above, the ENGTWOL analyser leaves some 1–5% of all word-form tokens unanalysed. There are two main solutions for processing this residue. One option is updat ...

... This sentence is heavily ambiguous. On average, however, each word receives 1.7–2.2 alternative morphological analyses from ENGTWOL. As noted above, the ENGTWOL analyser leaves some 1–5% of all word-form tokens unanalysed. There are two main solutions for processing this residue. One option is updat ...

The Analogical Speaker or grammar put in its place

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... archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or private research centers. ...

Finger Search in Grammar-Compressed Strings

... is, the time for a random access query should depend on the distance between a specified index f , called the finger, and the query index i. We consider two variants of the problem. The first variant is static finger search, where we can place a finger with a setfinger operation and subsequently acc ...

... is, the time for a random access query should depend on the distance between a specified index f , called the finger, and the query index i. We consider two variants of the problem. The first variant is static finger search, where we can place a finger with a setfinger operation and subsequently acc ...

What is Probability? Patrick Maher August 27, 2010

... I claim that every inductive probability is a probability of some proposition H given some proposition E. In my coin example, H is that the coin lands heads while E is that the coin is either two-headed or two-tailed and is about to be tossed. If either H or E is changed then the value of the induct ...

... I claim that every inductive probability is a probability of some proposition H given some proposition E. In my coin example, H is that the coin lands heads while E is that the coin is either two-headed or two-tailed and is about to be tossed. If either H or E is changed then the value of the induct ...

Parsing Argumentation Structures in Persuasive Essays

... components. Mochales-Palau and Moens (2009) introduced one of the first approaches for identifying the microstructure of arguments. Their approach is based on a manually created context-free grammar (CFG) and recognizes argument structures as trees. However, it is tailored to legal argumentation and ...

... components. Mochales-Palau and Moens (2009) introduced one of the first approaches for identifying the microstructure of arguments. Their approach is based on a manually created context-free grammar (CFG) and recognizes argument structures as trees. However, it is tailored to legal argumentation and ...

Stepping Stones - Intelli

... our assumptions about non-attacking pairs will allow for substantial coarsegrained correlation among them. For example, if co-workers work and take breaks together, their typing behavior may be correlated at a coarse-grained level even though they are not part of any attack. Our models allow for th ...

... our assumptions about non-attacking pairs will allow for substantial coarsegrained correlation among them. For example, if co-workers work and take breaks together, their typing behavior may be correlated at a coarse-grained level even though they are not part of any attack. Our models allow for th ...

Argument Structure: Grammar in Use - UCSB Linguistics

... In this passage Frege recognizes a hierarchy of arguments, differentiated along a scale of 'importance', where subject ranks above object. He observes that lexical alternatives within the same semantic domain provide alternative argument structures for different assignments of argument salience, as ...

... In this passage Frege recognizes a hierarchy of arguments, differentiated along a scale of 'importance', where subject ranks above object. He observes that lexical alternatives within the same semantic domain provide alternative argument structures for different assignments of argument salience, as ...

Article 10: Cognitive Construction Grammar

... constructions as postulated by Goldberg, but they limit their power substantially. In this view, mini-constructions may form classes with other mini-constructions, establishing inheritance hierarchies containing more and less general patterns with different levels of semantic abstraction. This mean ...

... constructions as postulated by Goldberg, but they limit their power substantially. In this view, mini-constructions may form classes with other mini-constructions, establishing inheritance hierarchies containing more and less general patterns with different levels of semantic abstraction. This mean ...

Symmetry and Probability - Academic Commons

... Historically, probabilities were rst proposed as a way to understand the differences noticed empirically between the likely occurrence of dierent betting outcomes. . . Thousands of soldiers during the medieval times could attest to the dierences in the. . . relative frequencies. . . of dierent e ...

... Historically, probabilities were rst proposed as a way to understand the differences noticed empirically between the likely occurrence of dierent betting outcomes. . . Thousands of soldiers during the medieval times could attest to the dierences in the. . . relative frequencies. . . of dierent e ...