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Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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% Google 39 56.52 30 43.48 69 Apertium 87 57.61 64 42.38 151 Lucy MT 59 51.75 55 48.38 114 Bing 30 38.46 48 61.54 78 Promt 45 54.88 37 45.12 82 Reverso 69 53.49 60 46.51 129 Systran 64 48.86 67 51.15 131 Yandex 54 52.94 48 47.06 102 TOTAL 447 409 856 As seen in table 21, the majority of errors produced by Bing and Systran's engines are related to fluency, while all the other engines have more errors that regard to accuracy.
Using Datastar command language the terms input for a company search on Predicasts Promt PTMA are .
Some databases (for example Promt) are based on a product, country and function thesaurus that should be consulted prior to beginning a search.
Besides, even if temporarily successful, this would ultimately be self-defeating as it would only promt a grassroots drift towards more radical groups, or more likely, the replacement of the negotiators.
The Promt Payment Act has played a main role in keeping the project on schedule.
Q: Did this promt Misuari to renew his armed struggle?
News and Trade will include ABI/INFORM Professional, Dialog Global Reporter, ProQuest Newsstand Professional, World News Connection, Business & Industry, Gale Group New Product Announcements/Plus, Gale Group Newsletter Database, Gale Group PROMT, and Gale Group Trade & Industry Database.
In the late 1970s, faceted search was available when a user queried a commercial database such as PROMT or Disclosure using a human-assigned tag in an index field.
Titles range from Academic Press ASAP to General Reference Center to Legal Trac to PROMT. Additionally, Gale provides free content at its Web site including product reviews by well-known librarians, resources for themed months (Black History, Hispanic History, Women's History, and poetry), and the ever-popular hints on how to write a term paper.
The box on page 25 refers to a short session of 10 minutes (0.16 hours) in which recent information was retrieved on the European Community (EC) market for basketwork, including 10 summaries of market reports and articles (from the "Promt" database of "Predicasts"), 2 EC Directives in full-text form (from the "Celex" database of the EC) and 20 trade opportunities (from the "Business" database of "Online GmbH"), including requests from importers and proposals of joint ventures.
* Gale's Trade & Industry, PROMT, Newsletter Database, Computer Database, and Business A.R.T.S.