(c) Laboratoire Des Sciences De Uingenieur Pour Lenvironnement Lasie
, Universite De La Rochelle, France
(10) Scully, P Creation and evolution: NSW public library web sites Lasie
32(1) 2000 pp71-83
For instance, LaSIE
(16) is an integrated information extraction system designed for research and benchmarking purposes.
NEAR the conclusion of Robert Greene's Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, Miles, the play's clownish student, is dismissed from Friar Bacon's service and tutelage for failing to rouse his master at the brief awakening of Bacon's necromantic masterpiece, the "Brasen head." On his own to "see if [he] can want promotion," (1) Miles is ultimately found by a devil conjured up by Bacon "to torment his lasie
bones, / For careles watchidg of his Brasen head" (H4).
Gaizauskas and Humphreys (1997) described the approach taken to knowledge representation in the LaSIE
information extraction system, particularly the knowledge representation formalisms, their use in the IE task, and how the knowledge represented in them is acquired.
(7.) Melanie Harris, "Smart Barcoding of Borrowers' Cards," LASIE
Scully, P Creation and evolution: NSW public library websites LASIE
32(1) April 2001 www.slnsw.gov.au/ lasie/apr01/apr01.pdf
Curtin's Electronic Information Centre: A CD-ROM-based Success Story, LASIE
, 32 (6): 92-102.
Public libraries and the social impact of the internet Lasie
: Library automated systems information exchange 27(1) 1996 p4-15
"CD-ROM networking: A technical note." LASIE
. 1992 Jan; 22(4): 91-92.