HAG, VAG, CTAG, MTAG, LTAG, VDAG, ODAG, IVCDAG, AADGA and DDAG values were measured on males and females in this study.
Vincent et al., had measured MTAG and LTAG respectively on right as a mean value of 2.8 mm, 2.8 mm and on left as 33.3 and 3 mm.
Hamidi et al., and Vincent et al., had not mentioned any value regarding to CTAG, MTAG and LTAG. We assessed the CTAG, MTAG and LTAG values of males and females separately with the relation between sexs.
(49.) Unnamed Lieutenant Colonel, Chief of LTAG Integration Branch, "Follow-up on Research Questions," e-mail to author, 22 March 2010.
(71.) Author's e-mail to unnamed Lieutenant Colonel, Chief of LTAG Integration Branch, subject: "Follow-up on Research Questions," 22 March 2010.
(76.) Consolidated responses for unnamed Major, Senior Advisor to [2.sup.d] FSD; unnamed Colonel, Senior Advisor to MoD, AT&L; unnamed Lieutenant Colonel, Senior Advisor for Central Workshop; unnamed Captain, Deputy Commander, 438th AEG; and unnamed Lieutenant Colonel, Chief of LTAG Integration Branch.
(77.) Unnamed Lieutenant Colonel, Chief of LTAG Integration Branch, email to author, subject: "Follow-up on Research Questions," 22 March 2010.
(84.) Consolidated responses from Major, Senior Advisor to ANA Logistics Command, Commanding General; Major at [2.sup.d] FSD; Lieutenant Colonel for LTAG Integration Branch; and Major for CJTF Phx VII.
It is the operation of adjoining that distinguishes LTAG from all other systems.
A very large wide-coverage LTAG grammar for English has been built together with a parser--the XTAG system.
The abstract character of adjoining has also led to the use of LTAG for modeling incremental aspects of discourse structure as represented, for example, in the works of Gardent (1997) and Cristea and Webber (1997).(10) Further, in a nonlinguistic domain such as modeling complex dependencies in RNA secondary structures, the abstract character of LTAG has been exploited by Umeura et al.
I will now take a completely different perspective on LTAG. I will treat the elementary trees associated with a lexical item as if they are a super part of speech (super POS or supertags) in contrast to the standard part of speech such as V (verb) and N (noun).