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MetaMorpho TM: a linguistically enriched translation memory
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This paper describes the new linguistic approaches of the MetaMorphoTM system, a linguistically enriched translation memory that uses linguistic analysis in both source and destination languages to yield more exact matches to the source sentence. Expand
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Feature article: onboard visual sense and avoid system for small aircraft
The sense and avoid (SAA) capability is a key issue in the integration of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) into the common airspace. Besides the lack of a regulatory framework in most countries, someExpand
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Two new species of the family Aporcelaimidae (Nematoda: Dorylaimida)
Two new aporcelaimid nematode species are described. Aporcella magna sp. n. from Chile differs from the other three species of the genus by its large body shape, on average 4.7 mm. AporcelinusExpand
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Zooplankton (Cladocera, Copepoda) dynamics in the River Danube upstream and downstream of Budapest, Hungary
The spatial distribution and seasonal dynamics of zooplankton (Cladocera, Copepoda) were studied in the River Danube near Budapest, Hungary. The investigated river section was relatively poor inExpand
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Sexually dimorphic breast-feathers in the Kentish Plover charadrius alexandrinus
Secondary sexual traits (such as badges and other ornaments) may signal the attractivity of a male for females, or they may reflect its parental quality. We studied the natural variation inExpand
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The Structured Complexity of Object-Oriented Programs
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We propose a new complexity measure for object-oriented programs based on the sum of three components: control structure, data types used, and the complexity of the data handling. Expand
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ACHAETA ANTEFOLLICULATA SP. N., A NEW ENCHYTRAEID SPECIES (OLIGOCHAETA, ENCHYTRAEIDAE) FROM THE ROCK GRASSLAND OF THE SAS-HEGY
The description of Achaeta antefolliculata sp. n., a new species found in Sas-hegy, a small, protected dolomite hill in Budapest, during the investigation of the enchytraeid fauna, is given. This newExpand
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Hebbian Constraint on the Resolution of the Homunculus Fallacy Leads to a Network that Searches for Hidden Cause-Effect Relationships
We elaborate on a potential resolution of the homunculus fallacy that leads to a minimal and simple auto-associative recurrent ‘reconstruction network’ architecture. We insist on Hebbian constraintExpand
An application of ranking methods : retrieving the importance order of decision factors
* The author was supported by the János Bolyai fellowship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Abstract – In this paper we describe a method that returns the order of decision factors using rankingExpand
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