Gilbert K. Krulee

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In what follows, we want to describe a system for the automatic abstracting of textual material. In designing the system, major theoretical questions have arisen not unlike those that arise in dealing with any natural language system. In addition, we want to describe some proposed revisions which have important theoretical implications and which should lead(More)
  • Technician—Phase, Larin K. Adam, +4 authors Brandi M. Williamson
  • 2007
The Transportation Center at Northwestern University is under grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to perform a job task analysis (JTA) of the aviation maintenance technician (AMT). The objective of this research is to update a similar analysis, the Allen Study, performed in 1974 by The University of California, Los Angeles. The Allen Study(More)
This experiment is based on the theory that, in reading, one uses cues in order to activate an organizing system as an aid in reading the material. The variables introduced into the experiment include (1) the form of oragnization (meaningful, scrambled, and pseudo) and (2) the choice of material (descriptive, abstract, and technical). Having read a(More)
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