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Parse

 [pahr´se]
Rosemarie Rizzo. Nursing educator, researcher, theorist, and consultant. She drew on the work of Martha rogers and on existential phenomenology to develop the conceptual model theory of human becoming. She posits a conception of nursing grounded in the human sciences rather than the natural sciences, focusing on man's total experience with health.

Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo

a nursing theorist who, in her Man-Living-Health: A Theory of Nursing (1981), synthesized Martha E. Rogers' principles and concepts (Science of Unitary Human Beings) and the work of existential phenomenologists. Parse's view of nursing is based on humanism as opposed to positivism. Her theory addresses the unity of humans' lived experience, the lived experience of health. She used the term man to express male and female. Man chooses from options and bears responsibility for choices. Parse deduces three principles of Man-Living-Health, each interrelated with three concepts: (1) meaning (ultimate meaning and the meaningful moments of life) with the concepts of imaging, valuing, and languaging; (2) rhythmicity (rhythmic patterns of living) with the concepts of revealing-concealing, enabling-limiting, and connecting-separating; and (3) cotranscendence (reaching out beyond self) with the concepts of powering, originating, and transforming. Parse proposes that nursing is a human science and rejects the traditional view of nursing as an emerging natural science. See also Rogers, Martha E.
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There are several advantages to the parsing-based approach: (1)The parse of a query provides clues to possible user intentions behind the query.
Previous work at IBM on the Avatar project for enterprise search used heuristics to parse keyword search queries to a grammar.
Matching: To parse a query we need to determine if a particular phrase in a query matches a value in the database.
The parsing algorithm has no additional space cost over that intrinsic to storing the parse tree.
3) These techniques provide notational convenience and often result in significantly smaller parse trees, especially in languages like C that are terse and expression dense.
Our incremental parsing algorithm is capable of retaining entire subtrees before, after, and between change points; nodes on a path from the root of the parse tree to a modification site are also reused when doing so is correct and intuitive for the user.
Instead of building a parse tree, a GSDTS builds a direct acyclic graph (dag) since symbols may be repeated in a rule translation.
A traversal in NewYacc is the term for a dynamic path of control or "walk" through the constructed parse dag and corresponds to a single translation of the input.
Here yyparse() is called just as in the original yacc system, except that it returns a pointer to the constructed parse dag.
A usually unstated, but widely accepted, assumption in the nonstatistical community has it that some comparatively small set of parses for a sentence are legitimate ambiguities and that these parses have interpretations associated with them, albeit pretty silly ones sometimes.
In this article, I concentrate on statistical parsers that use such corpora to produce parses mimicking the tree-bank style.
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