### Table 7: Result on Domain Dependency

1998

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### Table 1: Effectiveness of the domain-dependent language models

2004

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### Table 1: Features for topic identification. Modality Feature Domain dependent Domain independent

### Table 1. Examples of knowledge-lean applications and their learnable domain-dependent heuristics.

1995

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### Table 2: Target domains for the speed dependent automatic zooming interface.

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### Table 2.1. Examples of knowledge-lean applications and their learnable domain-dependent heuristics.

### Table 1: Numerical domain of dependent on j j such that h0 ; (0) lt; 0 in the case quot; N(0; 1).

### Table 1: Numerical domain of dependent on j j such that h0 ; (0) lt; 0 in the case quot; N(0; 1).

### Table 8: Determinants of Domain Density, 1994-1998 dependent variable: log(domains / establishments) in given year

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