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Sentence method


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Sentence method (Education) A method of teaching reading by giving first attention to phrases and sentences and later analyzing these into their verbal and alphabetic components; -- contrasted with alphabet method and word method. See also phonics.
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  • James Thurber
    “I always begin at the left with the opening word of the sentence and read toward the right and I recommend this method.”


In literature:

Watson here knows more about my methods than you do, but I fear that even he has not quite grasped the significance of this sentence.
"The Hound of the Baskervilles" by A. Conan Doyle
The proposed method is the indeterminate sentence.
"The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner" by Charles Dudley Warner
Hence comes the great difference between the American "lead" or opening sentence of the article, and the English method of commencement.
"My Discovery of England" by Stephen Leacock
His method was to write a short sentence and explain in detail its component parts.
"The Wings of the Morning" by Louis Tracy
Major Bach was methodical in his sentences to the tying-post.
"Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons" by Henry Charles Mahoney
The decisions of the King's courts were as arbitrary as the methods employed to enforce sentence.
"The Rise of the Democracy" by Joseph Clayton
Examine several paragraphs (for example, 9, 10, 16, 17), note the topic sentence, if there is one, and the methods of development.
"Teachers' Outlines for Studies in English" by Gilbert Sykes Blakely
"Assimilative Memory" by Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
Very large saurians may be mounted by either of the methods referred to in the closing sentences of the last two chapters.
"Practical Taxidermy" by Montagu Browne
Incidentally, certain sentences threw light on individual methods of determining executive merit.
"Making People Happy" by Thompson Buchanan
The Sentence and Word Book; a Guide to Writing, Spelling, and Composition by the Word and Sentence Methods.
"Friends in Feathers and Fur, and Other Neighbors" by James Johonnot
A third method of developing a paragraph from a topic-sentence is by repetition.
"English: Composition and Literature" by W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
Use the same method when several lines or sentences have been canceled and the matter is meant to be continuous.
"News Writing" by M. Lyle Spencer
All the different phases of the phonic, word, and sentence method should be woven together by a skilful teacher.
"Special Method in Primary Reading and Oral Work with Stories" by Charles Alexander McMurry
This is the only stage in a modern phrase-and-sentence method which contains a pitfall.
"Life's Minor Collisions" by Frances Warner
The key to his method of attack is given us in a sentence in one of his letters to D'Alembert.
"Voltaire" by John Morley
This natural method of memorizing words, sentences, or verses is no royal road.
"Memory" by William Walker Atkinson

In news:

The paper describes a method of dividing complex sentences into segments, easily detectable and linguistically motivated units, which may provide a basis for further processing of complex sentences.

In science:

Sentence splitting: a simple rule-based method is used for sentence splitting3 .
Improving Update Summarization by Revisiting the MMR Criterion
Some optimization method (mostly Integer Linear Programming) is then used to determine the best set of sentences for a given length of summary, given sentence weights based on their ‘oracle score’.
MUDOS-NG: Multi-document Summaries Using N-gram Graphs (Tech Report)
Such methods are the NewWord and Cosine Distance methods [Larkey et al., 2003] that use variations of the bag-of-words based vector model to detect similarity between all pairs of candidate and summary sentences.
MUDOS-NG: Multi-document Summaries Using N-gram Graphs (Tech Report)
Other, language model-based methods create a language model of the summary sentences, either as a whole or independently, and compare the language model of the candidate sentence to the summary sentences model [Zhang et al., 2002].
MUDOS-NG: Multi-document Summaries Using N-gram Graphs (Tech Report)
The plan of this paper is as follows: section 2 recalls relevant related work; section 3 describes the sentence categorization method. Section 4 describes the query-oriented abstract ranking and automatic summarization experiments using the semantic annotations.
Annotation of Scientific Summaries for Information Retrieval
Segmented topic blocks from HTML DOM tree were utilized to generate summary in by applying a statistical method similar to TFxIDF to measure the importance of sentences and MMR to reduce redundancy.
Query sensitive comparative summarization of search results using concept based segmentation
Sentence splitting: a simple rule-based method is used for sentence splitting.
Beyond Stemming and Lemmatization: Ultra-stemming to Improve Automatic Text Summarization
This article introduces a new method of summarization based in sentences extraction on Vector Space Model (VSM).
Artex is AnotheR TEXt summarizer
Simple rule-based method is used for sentence splitting.
Artex is AnotheR TEXt summarizer
The method uses a matrix representation to calculate a normalized score for each sentence, using the inner product of pseudo-(sentences|words) vectors.
Artex is AnotheR TEXt summarizer
In order to infer the topic distribution of each sentence, two methods can be used. One method named LDA(D) gets the topic distribution of each sentence by using the word-topic and topicdocument distribution.
Query-focused Multi-document Summarization: Combining a Novel Topic Model with Graph-based Semi-supervised Learning
The mismatch-method has one bottleneck: the unknown words and unknown-category words of a sentence need to be known before parsing can start. It is easy to establish the unknown words of a sentence, but it is unclear how to establish the unknown-category words.
Two Questions about Data-Oriented Parsing
Thus this method functions by arranging for ungrammatical sentences to be associated with an inconsistent f-description.
Features as Resources in R-LFG
One method to produce a “summary ” of a text is by performing sentence extraction.
Resources for Evaluation of Summarization Techniques
In the method, the query sentence is divided into short terms by using a morphological analyzer or a similar tool.
CRL at Ntcir2