GBA

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AcronymDefinition
GBAGross Building Area
GBAGame Boy Advance (Nintendo 32-Bit Game Boy)
GBAGran Buenos Aires (Argentina)
GBAGender-Based Analysis
GBAGreen Building Advisor (Newtown, CT)
GBAGovernment Benefit Administrators (various locations)
GBAGod Bless America
GBAAlderney (International Auto Identification)
GBAGame Boy Advance
GBAGlobal Business Architecture
GBAGundam Battle Assault (video game)
GBAGame Boy Action
GBAGroup Benefits Associate (human resources)
GBAGreen Building Alliance (Pittsburgh, PA)
GBAGeneric Bootstrapping Architecture
GBAGuilty By Association (online Counter-Strike clan)
GBAGender Budget Analysis
GBAGhana Bar Association
GBAGuilty by Association (Indian Harbor Beach, FL skateboard manufacturing company)
GBAGirls Basketball Association (various locations)
GBAGuam Board of Accountancy
GBAGeocachers of the Bay Area (San Francisco Bay Area, California)
GBAGolden Bell Award (California School Boards Association)
GBAGreater Boston Academy
GBAGlobal Business Analysis
GBAGeorgia Beekeepers Association
GBAGraph-Based Algorithm
GBAGreece Basketball Association
GBAGlass Break Alarm
GBAGeneralized Born Approximation
GBAGaussian Beam Antenna
GBAGilroy Beekeepers Association
GBAGround Based Architecture
GBAGreatBay Aquaculture, LLC ( Portsmouth, NH; est. 1995)
GBAGénomique, Bio-Informatique et Application (French: Genomics, Bioinformatics and Application)
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A method based on graphs has been proposed by Bo Pang and Lillian Lee (2004), where they show that a min-cut graph-based algorithm can be effectively applied to build subjective extracts of movie reviews.
In terms of graph-based algorithms, the main methods used so far can be classified into: (1) semisupervised classification (Zhu and Ghahramani 2002; Zhu and Lafferty 2005; Toutanova, Manning, and Ng 2004; Radev 2004; Otterbacher, Erkan, and Radev 2005), where random walks or relaxation are applied on mixed sets of labeled and unlabeled nodes; (2) network analysis (Masucci and Rodgers 2006; Caldeira et al.
Graph-based algorithms have also been successfully used in identifying word similarity and related ness.
Unsupervised Large-Vocabulary Word Sense Disambiguation with Graph-Based Algorithms for Sequence Data Labeling.