• Image Processing
    generated by a wide range of devices, including digital cameras, satellite and airborne sensors, medical imaging devices, microscopes, telescopes, and other scientific instruments. You can visualize, analyze, and process these images in many data types, including single-precision and double...
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  • About Organic Photovoltaics
    , higher P3HT crystallinity was achieved. At the same time, the increase in the PCBM solubility led to smaller nanodomains of PCBM agglomerates. Based on the morphological variations by adding additives, P3HT:PCBM BHJ solar cell devices were fabricated and the maximum power conversion efficiency of 3.24% was achieved with the addition of an additive, which is the 43% enhancement when compared with the reference sample without additives. ...
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  • Theoretical Grammar
    by A J.Lyons B O.Jespersen C L.Bloomfield D V.Mathesius 5. Affixation and conversion are means of... transposition A syntactic B morphological C stylistic D constructional 6. The unity of notional lexemes finds its demonstration in A an inter-class system of derivation series B...
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  • Спия
    sentence (1) and (2) there are syntactjcal means which evoke this effect. In (3) and (4) there are lexical means — 'goddam', 'buddy-buddied' (= were on very friendly relations); in (5) — a morphological device (the suffix—ie). It must be noted that to draw a hard and fast distinction between...
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  • Movement Guidance Device for Blind People
    which displays the moving object count. This is the total count and it is stored in a variable. [4] 7.9 CONVERT TO SPEECH AND OUTPUT THROUGH AUDIO DEVICE: This count is taken and converted into speech using a speech conversion algorithm. The count is generated for 30 sec or so and the time span can...
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  • Arnold
    THE ENGLISH WORD AS A STRUCTURE Chapter 2. Characteristics of the Word as the Basic Unit of Language ... 27 § 2.1 The Definition of the Word 27 § 2.2 Semantic Triangle 31 § 2.3 Phonetic, Morphological and Semantic Motivation of Words .... 33 Chapter 3. Lexical Meaning and Semantic Structure of...
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  • Tagore
    and selection of w.e.f 2009-10 8 grippers-common types of grippers used-end effectors. Types of programming-programming languages-sample program for different types of robots-vision system application of image processing. UNIT V: Automation devices: Feeders, orienters, catchment devices, PLC...
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  • Translation of Newspapers. Problems of British-American Press Headlines Translation
    two languages, then interpreters use such kind of transformation which is called neutralization thus making morphological transformation of the source word. Ex.: I’ll take care for her as long as I live. – Я буду заботиться о ней, пока я жив. [Kazakova 2008: 159] 7 Complicated conversion It is a...
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  • Word Formation
     great-great-great-great grandson of the last Tsar of Russia. What [3.22] shows is that, with a limited number of morphemes, morphological prefixation rules can apply recursively in English . . .. However, performance difficulties in working out what exactly great-great-great-great grandson or re-re-re...
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  • Lexicology
    structural and semantic entity within the language system. It is the largest on the morphological and the smallest on the syntactic level of linguistic analysis. The word is a 2-facet unit possessing both form and meaning. The meaning and the sound form cannot exist without each other. A paradigm is a system...
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  • Lexical Strata
    Conversion – as its sole morphological operation. This will be the case in a language whose entire morphology is word-based (Giegerich 1988). As we shall see in Chapter 4, the phonology of the root stratum in such a language will be severely constrained in that it will only allow structure-building...
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  • Teaching Assistant
    study with reference to morphology and semantics. The language of the Internet seems to be quite strange to those who do not keep the pace with time and modern technologies since morphological processes which occur are simply multiplied. New words appear by clipping, conversion, blending, acronymy...
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  • Lexicology
    ). Furthermore, Lieber notes that formal devices such as head, subcategorization and projection that are used to explain morphological processes parallel the formal methods developed in syntax. She claims that only the syntactic computational component is responsible for the creation of well-formed...
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  • Conversion
    , the reader is referred to Pannanen. Productivity. Conversion is an extremely productive way of producing new words in English. There do not appear to be morphological restrictions on the forms can undergo conversion, so that compounds, derivatives, acronyms, blends, clipped forms...
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  • Sem 7 Electronics Syllabus
    Design I and II, BEC Evolution of logical complexity in ICs as a function of time, VLSI design flow, Y-chart representation, design hierarchy/design abstraction levels in digital circuits, concepts of regularity, modularity and locality, Semi-custom & full custom devices MOS capacitor, energy band...
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  • M.A. English
    Competence and performance Langue and parole Conversion as a morphological device Falling tone and rising tone Discuss briefly the history of language planning showing clearly the focus at each stage. 20 Give your own definiti* of language. What are the characteristics of human...
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  • Masters in english
    Competence and performance ii Langue and parole iii Conversion as a morphological device iv Falling tone and rising tone Discuss briefly the history of language planning showing clearly the focus at each stage. 20 Give your own definiti* of language. What are the characteristics of human...
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  • Stylistic Devices
    Tracking lexical change in present-day English Raymond Hickey Essen University 1 Introduction For several centuries English has been well known for its many cases of conversion, for instance it is used very frequently by Shakespeare, almost as a stylistic device of his...
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  • Homonyms in English and Their Specific Features
    homonyms given in the Oxford English Dictionary 89% are monosyllabic words and only 9,1% are words of two syllables. From the viewpoint of their morphological structure, they are mostly one-morpheme words. Many words, especially those characterized by a high frequency rating, are not connected with...
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  • Technoogy Forecasting
    . Note that morphological analysis can be used as a creativity technique and a technological forecasting device at the same time. Potential methods to accomplish certain capabilities can be sought and then the times when the required technologies might be available can be estimated. The automobile...
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