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Medical education A format for acquiring knowledge based on rote memorization of large blocks of information–eg, the findings of a particular disease. Cf Socratic method.
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The domain knowledge has been stated as the major driver of creativity (Amabilie, 1995; Kilgour, 2006).
In this paper, the importance of ontology for representing the domain knowledge to assist the data mining process is illustrated.
Consider partnering or contracting with a service provider for better results in the absence of resources or domain knowledge.
Keywords: prior domain knowledge, inductive machine learning, small-dataset learning, ambient intelligence
Four major issues emerge from the adaptive and intelligent collaboration support area: (1) systems are in an early stage of development and evaluation and relevant studies most often do not report clear learning benefits (2) the systems are strongly related to the target domain, (3) modeling students' domain knowledge is almost always concerned with the individual, and (4) there is a lack of coherence in assessing the learning impact, since no common benchmarks have been agreed upon, making almost impossible to compare the efficiency of using different methods for supporting the same target of intervention.
We bring deep domain knowledge, application specific expertise, and hands-on risk management experience acquired over multiple transformation programmes, unique accelerators and productivity tools.
Combining IFS's leading-edge technology with their domain knowledge and global coverage enhances our offering to new and existing customers."
Joseph Schull, head of Europe at Warburg Pincus, said, 'Simon brings deep domain knowledge and years of experience in energy investing to Warburg Pincus as we continue to build our energy franchise in Europe and across the globe.
The company has strong domain knowledge for the global market, a dedicated team of healthcare professionals and have passion for results.
The company has developed AVANT GT by Studio X-GENE along with its partners, Delta Electronics, Wistron and Qisda, to demonstrate its domain knowledge and expertise by building an electric vehicle platform.
The papers cover a broad range of topics, including: energy-efficient secure routing for wireless sensor networks, semantic-enabled #D object retrieval, real-time corner detection algorithm, The status quo and development of Muay Thai in China, building of domain knowledge base by ontology, automatic generation of pencil drawing from digital images, the fuzzy control method in semi-active suspension, and the design and implementation of tile map service.