Definition of Semantically. Meaning of Semantically. Synonyms of Semantically

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Meaning of Semantically from wikipedia

- representation Semantic networks Semantic transversal Semantic analysis Semantic compression Semantic HTML Semantic integration Semantic interpretation Semantic link...
- Semanticity is one of Charles Hockett's 16 design features of language. Semanticity refers to the use of arbitrary or nonarbitrary signals to transmit...
- Sensor Web Semantic Social Network Semantic technology Semantic Web (journal) Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities Smart-M3 Social Semantic Web Web...
- Quadratic Residuosity Problem). Other, semantically insecure algorithms such as RSA, can be made semantically secure (under stronger ****umptions) through...
- to 0 for no relationship). Essentially, then, two words are closely semantically related if they appear in similar types of do****ents. The Hyperspace...
- Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities Project (SIOC - pronounced "shock") is a Semantic Web technology. SIOC provides methods for interconnecting...
- reduced due to semantic discord is said to be semantically loaded. Semantic disputes are arguments that arise over terms due to semantic discord. An airplane...
- semantically similar adjectives agreeable, and pleasant, as well as to its origin verb, enjoy. There are very few adverbs accounted for in semantic lexicons...
- Books LLC and by three Mauritian subsidiaries of the German publisher VDM. Semantic Web: The website DBpedia, begun in 2007, extracts data from the infoboxes...
- Semantic mapping can refer to: Semantic matching, a matching to exchange information in a semantically sound manner, because of the semantic heterogeneity...
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