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Genetic Programming, Backpropagation and Bayesian Methods by Nikolay Nikolaev, Hitoshi Iba
A schemata is a similarity pattern modelling a set of trees that are identical at certain positions; that is, they have coinciding functional and terminal nodes. Imposing a schemata on trees means that it can be taken to generate all similar trees ...
by David Fewtrell, Kieron O'Connor
The formation and longitudinaldevelopmentof schemata is an area ripe for research, though an operationaldefinitionof schemas needs to be developed in the process. The notion of Early Maladaptive Schemas willnodoubt inspire much ...
by J.E. Fenstad, Per-Kristian Halvorsen, Tore Langholm, Johan van Benthem
The simplicity of the grammar for situation schemata is a FROM LINGUISTIC FORM TO SITUATION SCHEMATA 27.
ICDT '90 (1990)
Third International Conference on Database Theory, Paris, France, December 12-14, 1990, Proceedings by Serge Abiteboul, Paris C. Kanellakis
The central complexity result for relational schemata is that checking ...
Encyclopedia of Creativity (2011)
Figural schemata permit an accurate internal representation of information, operational schemata yield an abstraction and generalization of the information, and executive schemata consist of general principles for transforming information .
Encyclopedia of leadership (2004)
A-E by George R. Goethals, Georgia Jones Sorenson, James MacGregor Burns
SCHEMATA Today,schema (plural schemata) is the most popular term used to describe the ...
by Craig E. Carroll
Social cognition underpins numerous theories, such as those centered on the cognitive structures (schemata) that influence perceptions—including attributes of oneself, people, and social events; attitudes that reflect evaluations of others, ...
Logic and Lexicon (2013)
The Semantics of the Indefinite by Manfred Pinkal
as “postulate schemata”. Each schema need only be stated once in order to define some concept in precisification ...
by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex.)
They are termed the Schemata of ...
by Cruz-Cunha, Maria Manuela
However, there are wordiness problems: a single XML document can often link to several, potentially large, schemata. While it is not always necessary to possess the schema to receive an XML document, a valid modification of the XML ...
Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology (2005)
by Marshall, Stewart
There are also procedural schemata (Anderson & Pearson, 1984), which are the ways of processing information. For example, students who have acquired the basics of mathematics, such as adding, multiplying, dividing, and subtracting, have ...
Ontology and the Lexicon (2010)
A Natural Language Processing Perspective by Chu-ren Huang
schemata, situations as ...
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