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Definitions

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  • n. The removal of ambiguity.

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  • n. clarification that follows from the removal of ambiguity

Etymologies

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Examples

  • + Promise of personalization - "how much traction can we get in disambiguation through personalization?"

    Internet News: Future of Search 2010

  • Idea of disambiguation is being adopted by all engines.

    Internet News: Future of Search 2010

  • Striving for name disambiguation rather than name authority control may become an attractive option for catalogues, I&A databases, and digital library collections.

    Name Authority in I&A Databases

  • He will discuss specific digital library projects at Johns Hopkins, including a robotic retrieval and scanning system and name disambiguation tools for automated metadata generation.

    Archive 2003-11-30

  • [63], the increased coverage of full-text has additional benefits for species name disambiguation, since more information is available to the disambiguation algorithms when processing full-text articles.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Google even already does the kind of disambiguation that cuil has modelled itself on.

    One step closer to intelligent searching?

  • You would NEVER worry about the need for "disambiguation" for the massive misinformation that has been spread about Obama.

    "Troopergate" requires a "disambiguation" page in Wikipedia.

  • Now you can harness the power of "disambiguation" to get rid of results you don't want.

    mediabistro.com: Media News

  • Find out how something as convoluted-sounding as "disambiguation" is actually simple and necessary.

    mediabistro.com: Media News

  • Click on their names and see what they contributed to the entry, how much they contributed and what they've added to other content around Pediaville. n.b.: Would all Wikipediasts stop using that term "disambiguation"?

    Web2.0h...Really?

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