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The first step in conducting the lexical analysis is developing a data dictionary of performance reporting terms from practitioner articles, public reports and the academic literature.
Chapter 4 similarly offers a fascinating, detailed lexical analysis of nine of Atwood's novels.
The solution should also enable lexical analysis and dictionaries/lists for words or formats relating to company-specific sensitive information (e.
The lexical analysis proposed here integrates all elements examined in other studies on Spanish in the United States and aims to produce quantitative data for each variable of analysis.
Increased effectiveness and reduced administrative burden leveraging advanced content filtering techniques such as fingerprinting, lexical analysis and clustering
The concluding passage, Desiderata, identifies three areas that remain to be explored in greater depth: stylistic and lexical analysis of Barbey's work, his lengthy correspondence, and the large body of criticism he wrote over a lifetime.
RiskFilter uses advanced filtering techniques such as spam fingerprints, heuristics and lexical analysis to ensure accuracy in eliminating e-mail threats.
This is achieved through a combination of manual and automated spam analysis that includes real-time black lists, Lexical analysis tests, textual content characteristics, header information, Bayesian probability techniques, Distributed Checksum Clearinghouse, centralised analysis and customer controlled lists.
This lexical analysis began with the proposition that online conversations are dynamic processes that become more sophisticated as learners interact with each other over the life of a course.
Lexical analysis is the tokenization process that converts long streams of characters in a text document into a stream of words or tokens.
The truth of love cannot be distilled by some logical or lexical analysis, but it can be verified in our experience of God's unstated giving.
Moreover, by drawing on the invariance hypothesis proposed by Lakoff in "The Contemporary Theory of Metaphor" and by Turner in "An Image-Constraint on Metaphor," it reveals details of conceptual structure that are not visible in lexical analysis, further supporting the need to systematically integrate grammatica l evidence into the study of cognitive semantics.