- v. To identify again or as something else.
“These scientists have demonstrated they can often 'reidentify' or 'deanonymize' individuals hidden in anonymized data with astonishing ease.”
“The idea that Labour might reidentify with those democratic, vigorous and local actions speaks directly to Ed's core values.”
“Even with names and key identifiers stripped off, it's simple to reidentify patients.”
“And going further, he figured, "There had to be at least one television network looking to identify or reidentify itself that had a news and public affairs base" – a network that would be game to take a successful cable-TV host and build itself around him.”
“And from that center you can choose to reidentify with your higher self, which is where all the higher qualities like unconditional love, joy, compassion, and courage emanate from.”
“Decoherence seems to yield a (maybe partial) solution to the problem, in that it naturally identifies a class of ˜preferred™ states (not necessarily an orthonormal basis!), and even allows to reidentify them over time, so that one can identify”
“You may be asked to reidentify yourself, ¿De parte de quién? or ¿Quién le llama, por favor?”
“A condition on grasping the distal environment in this way is that the organism is capable of utilizing such states in forming and updating an integrated representation of the layout of its environment and is thus able to reidentify particular locations within it.”
“It is not clear even how we might individuate one such agent from another, reidentify an agent over time, and so on.”
“First, Invert is able to use her color vision to reidentify objects, distinguish objects from their backgrounds, etc., with more-or-less the facility of Nonvert.”
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