augmented transition network

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augmented transition network

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(Grammar) (in certain schools of linguistics) a formalism, usually expressed as a diagram, having the power of a Turing machine, used as the basis of processes transforming sentences into their syntactic representations. Abbreviation: ATN
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The ATN staff coordinates consular efforts in responding to urgent requests for assistance made by Filipino individuals or groups, mainly involving the police, immigration and judicial authorities.
Aireon and South Africa's Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) have signed a Regional Commercialization Agreement to jointly develop the uses of space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) data throughout the Southern part of the African continent.
ATNS had organised the flight in conjunction with Emirates.
Although only the ATNs and royalty payments are formally unearmarked (i.e., they can be used by provincial governments for any purpose), the other funds have experienced several changes, mostly allowing governors to redirect some of these monies to soothe the mushrooming provincial fiscal deficits.
Thomas Christaller achieved his doctor grade at the University of Hamburg in 1986 in Al on cascaded ATNs for language understanding.
It happened when City goalkeeper Phil Priestly advanced out of his area to take a free-kick, which hit aTNS player who was less than 10 yards from the ball.
In 1979, the company began using Animal Tracking Numbers (ATNs), ear-tagged to Coleman cattle and sheep.
A generation ago in this publication, Woods cited Chomsky to justify the unbridled recursion and manifold tests and registers of Augmented Transition Networks (ATNs).
s t atns Champion en the "That goal made it 2-1 and we then had a decent spell of pressure before Collum sent Adam off for his first foul.
Johan van Vollenhoven, an executive officer for the South African Air Traffic, Navigation and Associated Services (ATNS) body governing air traffic control has indicated that the organisation will be undergoing restructuring in the near future.