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Schütz

(shēts),
Hugo, 19th-century German anatomist. See: Schütz bundle.

Schütz

(shēts),
Erich, 20th-century German biochemist. See: Schütz law, Schütz rule.
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The analysis of sense frequency distributions presented in this article provides an explanation for the results of Schutze and Pedersen [1995] whose use of a disambiguator on large queries and documents resulted in a 7-14% improvement in retrieval effectiveness, the first published results showing an automatic disambiguator working successfully with an IR system.
10) For more details, see Schutze, "An Allegorical Diagnostic of an Imminent Cataclysm.
Describing his arrival between December 1943 and February 1944, Prisoner of war SS Schutze Obernigg says: "Hitler was grey and bent, but wore a very satisfied expression.
Schutze tiene una vision de la palo mayombe algo mas sensacionalista y morbosa (116-126), mas interesado en el asesinato ritual, los misteriosos abakuas (paleros especialmente violentos quienes practican el sacrificio humano) y la relacion entre sacerdote brujo y su cliente.
Kreysa (chief executive, DECHEMA--Organization for Chemical- and Biotechnology, Germany) and Schutze (director, Karl Winnecker Institute, DECHEMA) present the tenth volume of a multi-volume work compiling information on the existing knowledge of corrosion of commercial materials and media based on the evaluation of some 100,000 scientific and technical articles.
Influenza vaccination is the best protection we have to help prevent this contagious respiratory disease," asserts Wade Schutze, pharmacy district manager at Bartell.
Formalizing the notion of semantic similarity has also received some attention (Ryutaro, Hideaki, and Shinichi 2001; Lin 1998; Manning and Schutze 1999).
Schutze 1996: The Empirical Base of Linguistics: Grammaticality Judgments and Linguistic Methodology.
Similar to Schutze and Pedersen [1994] and Jing and Croft [1994], we use finegrained information about word contexts to create an association thesaurus.
Sebastian Schutze and Thomas Willette discovered in the 1980s that they were both writing Ph.