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    2. Dynamically delivering, displaying document content as encapsulated within plurality of capsule overviews with topic stamp

      ..., in Proceedings of AAAI SpringSymposium on Natural Language Processing for the World Wide Web, pages 95-104, Stanford, Calif., 19975) uses phrases as "sentence surrogates", which are then straightforwardly rendered as h...
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    3. Method For Dynamically Delivering Contents Encapsulated With Capsule Overviews Corresonding To The Plurality Of Documents, Resolving Co-Referentiality Related To Frequency Within Document, Determining Topic Stamps For Each Document Segments

      ...g, in Proceedings of AAAI SpringSymposium on Natural Language Processing for the World Wide Web, ages 95-104, Stanford, Calif., 19975) uses phrases as "sentence surrogates", which are then straightforwardly rendered as h...
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    4. Method for dynamic presentation of the contents topically rich capsule overviews corresponding to the plurality of documents, resolving co-referentiality in document segments

      ...g, in Proceedings of AAAI SpringSymposium on Natural Language Processingfor the World Wide Web, pages 95-104, Stanford, Calif., 19975) uses phrases as "sentence surrogates", which are then straightforwardly rendered as h...
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    5. Computer method for identifying predicate-argument structures in natural language text

      ...is disclosed in the Proceedings of the 25th Annular Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Stanford University, 6-9 Jul. 1987, pp. 131-134. The method disclosedtherein is briefly explained below.The pr...
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  2. About Stanford

    Leland Stanford Junior University, commonly known as Stanford University (or simply Stanford), is a private university located approximately 37 miles (60 kilometers) southeast of San Francisco and approximately 20 miles northwest of San José in Stanford, California. Situated adjacent to the city of Palo Alto, California, Stanford was the catalyst for the creation of Silicon Valley, in which it is considered the center both geographically and historically."

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    1. Networking, says Pahlavan, is everything to a startup. He found his lead investor, Farzad Naimi, through an advisor at Stanford, who made a simple, friendly introduction that turned into an investment in Clever Sense more than a year later.
      In Clever Sense: Creating Context Out of Chaos
    2. Stanford has been a pioneer in online education for many years, and we are pleased to continue expanding and refining our online offerings to benefit both our own students and students around the world.
      John Etchemendy in Stanford offers more free online classes for the world
    3. Stanford has always been a place where we are not afraid to try bold new things.
      In Stanford offers more free online classes for the world