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Trends in Parsing Technology: Dependency Parsing, Domain Adaptation, and Deep Parsing (Text, Speech and Language Technology)
25 October 2010

Trends in Parsing Technology: Dependency Parsing, Domain Adaptation, and Deep Parsing (Text, Speech and Language Technology)

Trends in Parsing Technology: Dependency Parsing, Domain Adaptation, and Deep Parsing (Text, Speech and Language Technology)

Springer 2010 | 297 | ISBN: 9048193516 | PDF | 3 Mb

Computer parsing technology, which breaks down complex linguistic structures into their constituent parts, is a key research area in the automatic processing of human language. This volume is a collection of contributions from leading researchers in the field of natural language processing technology, each of whom detail their recent work which includes new techniques as well as results. The book presents an overview of the state of the art in current research into parsing technologies, focusing on three important themes: dependency parsing, domain adaptation, and deep parsing. The technology, which has a variety of practical uses, is especially concerned with the methods, tools and software that can be used to parse automatically. Applications include extracting information from free text or speech, question answering, speech recognition and comprehension, recommender systems, machine translation, and automatic summarization. New developments in the area of parsing technology are thus widely applicable, and researchers and professionals from a number of fields will find the material here required reading. As well as the other four volumes on parsing technology in this series this book has a breadth of coverage that makes it suitable both as an overview of the field for graduate students, and as a reference for established researchers in computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, computer science, language engineering, information science, and cognitive science. It will also be of interest to designers, developers, and advanced users of natural language processing systems, including applications such as spoken dialogue, text mining, multimodal human-computer interaction, and semantic web technology. ...
Ancient Food Technology (Technology and Change in History)
20 March 2011

Ancient Food Technology (Technology and Change in History)

Ancient Food Technology (Technology and Change in History) by Robert I. Curtis

Brill Academic Publishers | December 2000 | ISBN: 9004096817 | 477 pages | PDF | 29 MB

This volume, the fifth in Brill's Technology and Change in History series, considers the technology of food procurement and preparation from the earliest appearance of stone tools in Africa, through developments in Egypt and the Near East in the historical periods, to innovations in classical Greece and Rome. As Curtis notes in the Foreword, taking a chronological and regional approach to the study of early food technology corrects problems like overlapping, repetition, and lack of attention to technological change that are inherent in previous works on the topic, especially R. J. Forbes' multi-volume Studies in Ancient Technology (1955-1964). Curtis also makes it clear in the Foreword that his intent is to consider not only food technology, but also the social, economic, and political context of food technology, thereby taking into consideration not only the "when" and "how" questions, but also the "whys." This approach is a great improvement on Forbes' seminal, but outdated, work, and Curtis' valuable study is the first to consider this fundamental aspect of life in antiquity in a single volume.
Rhetoric, Innovation, Technology: Case Studies of Technical Communication in Technology Transfer
11 May 2011

Rhetoric, Innovation, Technology: Case Studies of Technical Communication in Technology Transfer

Rhetoric, Innovation, Technology: Case Studies of Technical Communication in Technology Transfer

1992 | 295 | ISBN: 0262041294 | PDF | 7 Mb

Improving the way that technology is transferred from laboratory to marketplace is central to improving American productivity and competitiveness in a global economy. In this provocative analysis, Stephen Doheny-Farina shows that the technical and commercial processes of turning technologies into products are, in significant ways, communication processes. He explores the key role that technical communicators must play in the movement of technology from expert designers and developers to users. Several lengthy case studies illustrate the rhetorical issues involved in technology transfers as well as the rhetorical barriers to their success.Doheny-Farina argues that processes typically called information transfer and technology transfer are not transfers at all but instead are series of personal constructions and reconstructions of knowledge, expertise, and technologies by the participants attempting to adapt technological innovations for social uses.Underscoring the rhetorical nature of any technology transfer, the case studies describe the powerful effect that a startup company's business plan can have on its future (including the many factors that surround the writing of a business plan), the rhetorical barriers to the transfer of an experimental artificial heart from a university research hospital to a biomedical products manufacturer, and two compelling situations that call for the inclusion of technical writers in new product development from its inception.A final chapter focuses on the important elements in the education of technical communicators and an appendix discusses classroom applications and includes a fictional case incorporating issues of intraorganizational barriers to collaboration in the new product development process.Stephen Doheny-Farina is Assistant Professor in the Technical Communications Department at Clarkson University. His previous book, Effective Documentation received the 1989 Award for the Best Collection of Essays, the National Council of Teachers of English Awards for Scientific and Technical Communication....
A Constrained Space Exploration Technology Program: A Review of NASAs Exploration Technology Development Program
15 May 2011

A Constrained Space Exploration Technology Program: A Review of NASAs Exploration Technology Development Program

A Constrained Space Exploration Technology Program: A Review of NASAs Exploration Technology Development Program
Publisher: National Academies Press | ISBN 10: 0309125839 | 2008 | PDF | 154 pages | 3 MB


In January 2004, President George W. Bush announced the Vision for Space Exploration (VSE), which instructed NASA to Extend human presence across the solar system, starting with a human return to the Moon by the year 2020, in preparation for human exploration of Mars and other destinations, among other objectives. As acknowledged in the VSE, significant technology development will be necessary to accomplish the goals it articulates.NASAs Exploration Technology Development Program (ETDP) is designed to support, develop, and ultimately provide the necessary technologies to meet the goals of the VSE. This book, a review of the ETDP, is broadly supportive of the intent and goals of the VSE, and finds the ETDP is making progress towards the stated goals of technology development. However, the ETDP is operating within significant constraints which limit its ability to successfully accomplish those goals the still dynamic nature of the Constellation Program requirements, the constraints imposed by a limited budget, the aggressive time scale of early technology deliverables, and the desire to fully employ the NASA workforce.
Computer Vision Technology for Food Quality Evaluation (Food Science and Technology) by Da-Wen Sun
10 October 2012

Computer Vision Technology for Food Quality Evaluation (Food Science and Technology) by Da-Wen Sun

Computer Vision Technology for Food Quality Evaluation (Food Science and Technology) by Da-Wen Sun
English | A. Pr.ss; 1 edition (December 31, 2007) | ISBN: 0123736420 | 600 pages | PDF | 121 MB

The first book in this rapidly expanding area, Computer Vision Technology for Food Quality Evaluation thoroughly discusses the latest advances in image processing and analysis. Computer vision has attracted much research and development attention in recent years and, as a result, significant scientific and technological advances have been made in quality inspection, classification and evaluation of a wide range of food and agricultural products.
What Technology Wants (Audiobook)
23 November 2012

What Technology Wants (Audiobook)

What Technology Wants (Audiobook) By Kevin Kelly
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1400168856 | MP3 | 200 MB

This provocative book introduces a brand-new view of technology. It suggests that technology as a whole is not a jumble of wires and metal but a living, evolving organism that has its own unconscious needs and tendencies. Kevin Kelly looks out through the eyes of this global technological system to discover "what it wants." He uses vivid examples from the past to trace technology's long course and then follows a dozen trajectories of technology into the near future to project where technology is headed. This new theory of technology offers three practical lessons: By listening to what technology wants we can better prepare ourselves and our children for the inevitable technologies to come.
Government Technology Magazine - June 2010
12 July 2010

Government Technology Magazine - June 2010

Government Technology Magazine - June 2010
PDF | 64 pages | English | 26.71 MB


Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments. Through in-depth coverage of IT case studies, emerging technologies, and the implications of digital technology on the policies and management of public sector organizations, Government Technology chronicles the dynamics of governing in the information age. Managers, elected officials, CIOs and technology staff at all levels of government gain IT news and event information from Government Technology magazine.
Government Technology Magazine - September 2010
13 September 2010

Government Technology Magazine - September 2010

Government Technology Magazine - September 2010
PDF | 86 pages | English | 30.69 MB

Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments. Through in-depth coverage of IT case studies, emerging technologies, and the implications of digital technology on the policies and management of public sector organizations, Government Technology chronicles the dynamics of governing in the information age. Managers, elected officials, CIOs and technology staff at all levels of government gain IT news and event information from Government Technology magazine.
Government Technology - October 2010
10 October 2010

Government Technology - October 2010
Government Technology - October 2010
English | True PDF | 60 pages | 5.8 MB

Government Technology is the award-winning national magazine covering information technology's role in state and local governments. Through in-depth coverage of IT case studies, emerging technologies, and the implications of digital technology on the policies and management of public sector organizations, Government Technology chronicles the dynamics of governing in the information age. Managers, elected officials, CIOs and technology staff at all levels of government gain IT news and event information from Government Technology magazine.
Design In Technology Issue 01
30 March 2010

Design in Technology Issue 01
Design in Technology Issue 01
English | 164 Pages | 105MB | PDF

DESIGN > IN TECHNOLOGY addresses the convergence of the previously divided worlds of design, technology and innovation. It places design thinking at centre stage as the common denominator of these sectors and schools of thought, and attempts to highlight best local and international practices to mainstream active collaboration. The DESIGN > IN TECHNOLOGY magazine features innovations in the technology sector, focusing on the qualifiers of TT100 as its core editorial framework, while also looking at international best practices. It covers the same categories as the TT100 awards and includes in-depth articles, interviews and case studies that highlight the role that technology and innovation play in enterprises and organizational management.