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    What Are Retrieval Cues

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    Retrieval cues are stimuli assists in recalling and recognizing information stored in long-term memory. In addition, the person uses the term retrieval by accessing memories. Furthermore, retrieval cues are physical and mental aids that can help out in remembering quicker. For instance, let’s say I went to the club and someone walked up to me and padded on my back as if they knew me. But for someone reason I couldn’t recall who the person was, but I kept chatting as if I knew them anyways. Then, I soon realized he was wearing a shirt of a specific rock band. I then realized that I met this person at the show when that band was performing. The information that I gathered helped me retrieve his name from my memories. The shirt was the retrieval cue, but other instances can involve a words, sounds, emotions etc. According to the book, retrieval cues are similar to search engines such as Google or Yahoo. It also explained that retrieval cues are essential to prospective memory. Another good example is multiple choice questions because it provides retrieval cues in the questions.…

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    The Semantic Gap

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    difference between human perception of observations, activities, and objects and their computational or machine-based representations(). It is a split between high level features, or semantic information, and low-level features, of which there are many types. High-level features can include keywords, concepts, categories, or ontologies - virtually all things that lead to determining meanings of text-based information and phrases. Low-level features can include color, texture, resolution,…

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    Public Libraries

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    and constant. In order to stay relevant, public libraries must understand and embrace change and new technologies. Public library spaces will continue to be reinvented in order to better meet the needs of users. But where the most amount of change is expected is in digital content. As the library changes, the catalog must change. These changes need to consider not just current needs but the future needs of library users. More and more users are relying on Internet search engines such as Google…

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    Fuzzy Logic Case Study

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    CHAPTER 4 IMPLICIT RELATIONS ON WIKIPEDIA USING ASSOCIATION LINK NETWORK Finding the semantic similarity, use the Fuzzy Cognitive Mapping Daniel (2009). Fuzzy logic is a form of much logical value. Compared to traditional binary sets fuzzy logic variables may have a truth value that ranges in degree between -1 and 1. Fuzzy logic has been extended to handle the concept of partial truth, where the truth value may range between completely true and completely false. A…

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    Score_{QLM}(q,d) = P_{QLM} (q/LM_{d}) = frac{L_{d}!}{displaystyle prod_{t in q} tf_{t,d}!} displaystyle prod_{t in q} P(t/LM_{d})^{tf_{t,q}} end{equation} where ${L_{d}!}/{displaystyle prod_{t in q} tf_{t,d}!}$ is the multinomial coefficient for the query $q$, which also static for the same query. $P(t/LM_{d})$ is the probability of query term $t$ given the document language model $LM_{d}$, whereas $tf_{t,d}$ denotes the term frequency of the query term $t$ in the document $d$.…

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    Mongodb Case Study

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    Caution No blank lines is allowed in the MongoDB Script Sampler. If there is a blank line after MongoDB statement, the statement will still be executed but the word “ok” will be displayed in the response. Add new document into the collection Step 1 Change the “Script” area of the MongoDB Script sampler with insert query. In this case, the query of adding document into the collection is shown as follows: db.getCollection('zips').insert({"city" : "BABYLON", "loc" : [ 32.211100, 44.251500 ],…

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    1.0 QUESTION 1 Differentiate between database management system and information retrieval system by focusing on their functionalities. DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM DEFINITION A software system that enables the computer to do the database functions such as storing, retrieving, adding, deleting, and modifying data A built-in user interface that carry the activity of obtaining information resource from a collection of information stored EXAMPLE Microsoft Access, MySQL,…

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    effectively and smoothly, organizations must be able to adapt to the rapid technological advances that will occur in the future. By implementing technology into business environments, it allows organizations to create simpler and more efficient ways to complete tasks and become more effective in all areas including information management and human resources. Although staying current in technology can be beneficial, it also brings its own set of security and ethical issues as well as developing…

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    The film opens with a young man riding a motorcycle through the woods carrying a box of food items for a hermit woman living far and isolated from the nearest community. As he reaches the cabin to drop off the food and pick up his money in return, he becomes curious of the cabin and looks inside. He finds the old woman dead upon the floor of the cabin, with her arms folded on her chest and flowers covering her eyes. The young Billy Fisher quickly flees the cabin and back to town. When the local…

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    manage personal information. Legal practitioners need to be aware that the APPs are not prescriptive. Each APP entity has to consider and determine how the principles apply to its own situation. The Guidance Note lists the APPs, and provide legal practitioners with examples of how an APP entity could address the requirements of each APP. For the full text of the APPs, legal practitioners can gain access via OAIC’s webpage “Privacy fact sheet 17: Australian Privacy Principles”…

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