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chunk·ing

(chŭnk'ing),
The process within short-term memory of combining disparate items of information so that they take up as little as possible of the limited space in short-term memory; for example, combining into one percept the three individual letters making up the word "cat".
Neurophysiology A process in short-term memory in which seemingly disparate elements are combined in 'chunks' or blocks, to minimise required storage ‘space’ and improve memory

chunking

(chŭngk′ĭng)
A strategy for improving memory and learning, in which information is arranged into manageable clusters (“chunks”) of data.
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Meyer and Bolosky [12] compared the de-duplication ratio of chunking algorithms implementing unlike average chunk sizes.
Chunks are the small fragment of facts which is produce because the result of chunking. every chew may be of numerous length in step with the final results of the sliding window set of rules in CDC.
Since I was the designated chunking person, Bob gave me a few pointers: "You don't want to throw too many chunks, you want to throw a handful and then slow down.
As soon as we stopped and turned off the motors, we started chunking. After a few minutes and a handful of chunks, we got two rods out and dropped the chunks in the water.
ALGORITHM 1: Graph-based unsupervised chunking approach.
For the sake of label propagation, we have to use a supervised English chunking tagger to label the English side of the parallel corpus in the graph initialization phase.
The theory supports the techniques of imagery and chunking to enhance vocabulary acquisition and memory retention in the learning process (Joyce & Showers, 1991).
Therefore, the word "chunking" as used in the study refers to the grouping of Latin vocabulary words into chunks or groups of seven.
Factoring can be viewed as a generalization of GSS and fixed-size chunking: GSS is factoring where each batch contains a single chunk, and fixed-size chunking is factoring where there is a single batch.
Factoring and Fixed-Size Chunking. If an optimal, fixed chunk size K is known, then factoring can be modified so that [F.sub.j] is never less than K and factoring stops when [F.sub.j] = K.