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S-Match: an Algorithm and an Implementation of Semantic Matching

S-Match: an Algorithm and an Implementation of Semantic Matching

S-Match: an Algorithm and an Implementation of Semantic Matching. Pavel Shvaiko. paper with Fausto Giunchiglia and Mikalai Yatskevich. 1 st European Semantic Web Symposium, 11 May 2004, Crete, Greece. Semantic Matching The S-Match Algorithm

By victoria
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Animal Traits

Animal Traits

Animal Traits. Chordates. Sponges & Cnidarians. Worms. Arthropods. Mollusks & Echinoderms. Animal Traits. Sponges & Cnidarians. Worms. Mollusks & Echinoderms. Arthropods. Chordates. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300.

By Gabriel
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Viruses & Bacteria

Viruses & Bacteria

Viruses & Bacteria. Chapter 17 Biology 11 Presentation put together by Mandie Lynn Walls. What are Viruses. A virus is a non-cellular particle made up of genetic material and protein that can invade living cells. T4 Bacteriophage. Herpes Virus. Escherichia Coli Bacterium.

By liam
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Organogenesis in Peanut

Organogenesis in Peanut

Organogenesis in Peanut. Research Experience for Undergraduates Food Biotechnology Laboratory Alabama A&M University Antonio Brazelton 7/3/08. Introduction. What is tissue culture? Why is it important? How can tissue culture be applied to peanut improvement?. What is tissue culture?.

By Sophia
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Paleozoic Era Invertebrates

Paleozoic Era Invertebrates

Paleozoic Era Invertebrates. Chapter 12 Part 1. Paleozoic Geology. 4 transgressions Major orogenies Mountain ranges form/oceans close + open Pangaea forms. Pre-Paleozoic life. Stromatolites Ediacaran fauna. End of the Paleozoic life. Cambrian climate .

By jesse
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Pests and Diseases

Pests and Diseases

Pests and Diseases. 28.00: Examine distinguishing characteristics of pests so as to determine best management practices. 29.00: Compare methods of control of horticulture plant pests. What is an insect?. Small animals that have three body regions and three pairs of legs equaling six legs

By clancy
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6 Kingdoms of Life

6 Kingdoms of Life

6 Kingdoms of Life. SOL BIO: 5 a-f. The student will investigate and understand life functions of archaebacteria, monerans (eubacteria), protists, fungi, plants, and animals including humans. Key concepts include: how their structures and functions vary between and within the kingdoms;

By qiana
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Introduction to Lab 6: Ex. Protozoa

Introduction to Lab 6: Ex. Protozoa

Introduction to Lab 6: Ex. Protozoa. Introduction to Lab 6: Ex. Protozoa This lab exercise introduces a group of microorganisms that are called the Protozoa (proto – primitive; zoa – animal). Characteristics of Protozoa are: -unicellular (one-celled) organisms, -aquatic habitats

By abedi
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11/16/05 Genomics

11/16/05 Genomics

11/16/05 Genomics. Bioinformatics Seminars. Nov 17 Thurs 4:10 BBMB Seminar in 1414 MBB C 2 and PH Domains: Diverse regulators of membrane signaling events Joe Falke, UC Boulder Nov 18 Fri 12:10 BCB Seminar in E164 Lago

By torie
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Cell Structure and Function Chapter 5

Cell Structure and Function Chapter 5

Cell Structure and Function Chapter 5. Organelles. There are many small structures located inside the cell. These structures are called organelles (little organs). These organelles perform functions that keep the cell alive.

By anais
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Exploratory Failure Time Analysis and Copy Number Variation Inference

Exploratory Failure Time Analysis and Copy Number Variation Inference

Exploratory Failure Time Analysis and Copy Number Variation Inference. Cheng Cheng Department of Biostatistics St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Outline. Part I Background Part II Exploratory Failure Time Analysis Part III Copy Number Variation Inference. I. Background.

By fleta
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CARBON NANOTUBES

CARBON NANOTUBES

CARBON NANOTUBES. Gaxela N, Manaetja K.P, Mulaudzi S , Senosi R Supervisor: Dr V.L.Katkof. TABLE OF CONTENTS. Introduction Classification of CNTs Applications Properties Conclusions. INTRODUCTION. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure .

By havyn
(909 views)

Reading Comprehension: The Key to Academic Achievement Presenter: Amy Benjamin

Reading Comprehension: The Key to Academic Achievement Presenter: Amy Benjamin

Reading Comprehension: The Key to Academic Achievement Presenter: Amy Benjamin. Today’s Presentation: 1. Reading comprehension in the secondary grades Reader Orientation: Text Types Getting reading and writing to work together 4. The Reading Process: Before: Connect!

By toyah
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Chapter 14, 15, &16

Chapter 14, 15, &16

Chapter 14, 15, &16. Fold Geometry, Classification, and Mechanics. Fold Definition. Folds are wave-like structures that result from deformation of bedding, foliation, or other originally planar surfaces in rocks. Fold can be very broad to tightly compressed.

By yan
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Life Chapter 12 Part 1

Life Chapter 12 Part 1

Life Chapter 12 Part 1. Phyla Porifera & Cnidaria. Kingdom: Animalia. Cell  Tissue  O rgan  Organ System  Organism. AKA: Kingdom – Metazoa Multicellular eukaryotic heterotrophs Doesn’t contain the Prokaryotes (bacteria & blue-green algae), protists , Fungi or Plants

By Samuel
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Mammals

Mammals

Mammals. Class Mammalia. Small number of species ~4500 But probably more successful than most animal groups (except insects) at exploiting all available environments. Class Mammalia. Very diverse group not constrained by particular lifestyle (like flight in birds)

By arleen
(383 views)

Viruses, Bacteria and Fungi

Viruses, Bacteria and Fungi

INTERACTIVE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS. Viruses, Bacteria and Fungi. The answers are provided. Explanations of why the alternatives are unsatisfactory are also offered.

By jana
(491 views)

What are Mollusks?

What are Mollusks?

What are Mollusks?. The name Mollusca (from the Latin mollis meaning soft), was first used by the French zoologist Cuvier in 1798 to describe squids. All mollusks have a muscular foot (used for moving) and a mantle (an outgrowth that covers the animal).

By guy
(330 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Parts. Lungs Air passages. Functions. Takes in oxygen Removes carbon dioxide Body has 4-6 minute supply of oxygen. Air Passages Nose. 2 nostrils or nares Nasal septum Divides nose into 2 nasal cavities Lined With mucous membrane with a rich blood supply Functions

By tariq
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How are seeds dispersed?

How are seeds dispersed?

How are seeds dispersed?. By:Poh Shu Li,Saloni,Haidah and Gao Jie. What is seed dispersal?. Seeds are being scattered away from their parent plant

By tyra
(231 views)

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