These corpora consist of 100,000 sentences and 59,576 pairs of relational named entities, and "mid," which is a unique string of Freebase
entity attached within a corpus because of Google's Freebase
as a knowledge base.
The video also provided a simple and straightforward tagline: "things not strings." To describe and collect large amounts of information, descriptions need to move beyond text to identify things (Albert Einstein, 18791955) to shared identifiers (freebase
As depicted in Figure 5, Freebase
graphs use blue balls to represent graph nodes and arrows connecting balls are relations (properties) between those nodes.
Google, based in Mountain View, Calif., said in a blog post that it would maintain Freebase
"as a free and open database for the world." It said it planned to use the company's technology to improve its search results.
Cocaine comes in two chemical forms: hydrochloride salts (the powdered form) and "crack" (a smokable "freebase
" form produced through a reaction with an alkaline substance such as baking soda).
Contrary to VQS applications, Freebase
Parallax [Hildebrand et al 2006], the winner of Semantic Web challenge 2006, is based on the idea of faceted search.
Cocaine hydrochloride melts at 195[degrees]C and decomposes with heat while the freebase
alkaloid is insoluble in water, melts at 98[degrees]C and vaporises at higher temperatures--therefore it can be smoked.
, gravel, rock, stones, wash ( whatever it's called, one thing remains the same: Crack cocaine is a deadly drug with potentially catastrophic consequences for crime levels in Newcastle.
(1,2,10) In one study, 6 volunteers in an 8 x 8 x 7-ft enclosed room were exposed to 200 mg freebase
cocaine vapor; none of their urine samples exceeded the federal GC-MS threshold.
"The pH of pipe tobacco is 8, which means that half of the nicotine is in a freebase
During the early 1980s, some cocaine users (especially drug dealers) started to smoke freebase
, a costly and challenging process involving mixing powder cocaine with ether over an open flame (Hamid, 1992).
*** Ever tried any form of cocaine (eg, powder, "crack," and "freebase