Dean W. Lytle

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Ambiguity in language translation is due to the presence of words in the source language with multiple non-synonymous target equivalents. A contextual analysis is required whenever a grammatical analysis fails to resolve such ambiguity. In the case of scientific and engineering literature, clues to the context can be obtained from a knowledge of the varying(More)
In a recent correspondence Taannes et al. ' introduced a new form of minimum cross-entropy (MCE) spectral analysis based on the observation that normalized spectra and symmetric probability density functions (pdf's) are axiomatically indistinguishable. Thus, the form of the minimum cross-entropy posterior pdf can be used as a model for spectral estimation.(More)
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