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This thesis combines an epistemological concern about induction with a computational exploration of inductive mechanisms. It aims to investigate how inductive performance could be improved by using induction to select appropriate generalisation procedures. The thesis revolves around a meta-learning system, called The Entrencher, designed to investigate how(More)
The first version of the Standard PREanalytical Code (SPREC) was developed in 2009 by the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) Biospecimen Science Working Group to facilitate documentation and communication of the most important preanalytical quality parameters of different types of biospecimens used for research. This(More)
Cupriavidus necator H16 (DSM 428), whose genome has been sequenced, was found to degrade N-acetyltaurine as a sole source of carbon and energy for growth. Utilization of the compound was quantitative. The degradative pathway involved an inducible N-acetyltaurine amidohydrolase (NaaS), which catalysed the cleavage of N-acetyltaurine to acetate and taurine.(More)
PURPOSE Carboxyterminally elongated and aminoterminally truncated Aβ peptides as well as their pyroglutamate and oxidized derivates are major constituents of human amyloid plaques. The objective of the present study was to characterize aminoterminally truncated or oxidized Aβ38, Aβ40, and Aβ42 peptide species in immunoprecipitated human cerebrospinal fluid(More)
We present an effort for the development of multilingual named entity grammars in a unificationbased finite-state formalism (SProUT). Following an extended version of the MUC7 standard, we have developed Named Entity Recognition grammars for German, Chinese, Japanese, French, Spanish, English, and Czech. The grammars recognize person names, organizations,(More)
The project DiET is developing a comprehensive environment for the construction, annotation and maintenance of structured reference data for the diagnosis and evaluation of NLP applications. The target user group are developers, professional evaluators and consultants of language technology. The system, implemented in a configurable, open client/server(More)