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NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION FROM BENGALI NEWSPAPER DATA     Shamima Parvez     Lecturer, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Premier University, Chittagong, Bangladesh     ABSTRACT     Due to the dramatic growth of internet use, the amount of unstructured Bengali text data has increased enormous. It is therefore essential to extract event intelligently from it. The progress in technologies in natural language processing (NLP) for information extraction that is used to locate and…

NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION FROM BENGALI NEWSPAPER DATA

NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION FROM BENGALI NEWSPAPER DATA Shamima Parvez Lecturer, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Premier University, Chittagong, Bangladesh ABSTRACT Due to the dramatic growth of internet use, the amount of unstructured Bengali text data has increased enormous. It is therefore essential to extract event intelligently from it. The progress in technologies in natural language processing (NLP) for information extraction that is used to locate and…

Forestry/Natural Resources Lesson Plans — Department of Ecosystem Science and Management — Penn State University

Forestry/Natural Resources Lesson Plans — Department of Ecosystem Science and Management — Penn State University

amazing wood sculpture, taking natural tree bark & extending into skeletal body standing on roots...by Javier Perez

amazing wood sculpture, taking natural tree bark & extending into skeletal body standing on roots...by Javier Perez

Dr. W. Thomas Smith - Dean of  Pharmacy Programs and Professor of Pharmaceutical Science. W. Thomas “Tommy” Smith joined Manchester University College of Pharmacy in May 2015 as the Assistant Dean for Assessment and Accreditation.  At Manchester, Dr. Smith works with students, faculty, and other stakeholders in implementing the program’s assessment plan.  Dr. Smith is a 1994 graduate of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy...

Dr. W. Thomas Smith - Dean of Pharmacy Programs and Professor of Pharmaceutical Science. W. Thomas “Tommy” Smith joined Manchester University College of Pharmacy in May 2015 as the Assistant Dean for Assessment and Accreditation. At Manchester, Dr. Smith works with students, faculty, and other stakeholders in implementing the program’s assessment plan. Dr. Smith is a 1994 graduate of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy...

University Students' Conceptions of Evidence - The Nature of Science and the Nature of Evidence

University Students' Conceptions of Evidence - The Nature of Science and the Nature of Evidence

Conservation Farming Means Healthy Soil and Profits  Farmers Find Healthy Soils Make Healthy Profits  Conservation Farming Means Healthy Soil and Profits  0:02:11/0:05:23  Direct link  Pop-out player  Agriculture experts have a message for farmers worldwide: Take care of your soil and your soil will take care of you. By using the techniques of conservation agriculture they say farmers can save their land and save money at the same time. This is becoming more important as the worlds…

Conservation Farming Means Healthy Soil and Profits Farmers Find Healthy Soils Make Healthy Profits Conservation Farming Means Healthy Soil and Profits 0:02:11/0:05:23 Direct link Pop-out player Agriculture experts have a message for farmers worldwide: Take care of your soil and your soil will take care of you. By using the techniques of conservation agriculture they say farmers can save their land and save money at the same time. This is becoming more important as the worlds…

Magnetic nanoparticle clusters have the power to punch through biofilms to reach bacteria that can foul water treatment systems, according to scientists at Rice University and the University of Science and Technology of China. The nanoclusters developed through Rice’s Nanotechnology-Enabled...

Magnetic nanoparticle clusters have the power to punch through biofilms to reach bacteria that can foul water treatment systems, according to scientists at Rice University and the University of Science and Technology of China. The nanoclusters developed through Rice’s Nanotechnology-Enabled...

Dr. Sandra Hrometz - Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology). Dr. Hrometz joined the faculty in the Pharmacy Program in 2015. Her previous positions were also in academia at Ohio Northern University and the University of Findlay since 2000. She received her BSPharm from Ohio Northern University in 1994 and obtained her PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Kentucky in 1998.

Dr. Sandra Hrometz - Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmacology). Dr. Hrometz joined the faculty in the Pharmacy Program in 2015. Her previous positions were also in academia at Ohio Northern University and the University of Findlay since 2000. She received her BSPharm from Ohio Northern University in 1994 and obtained her PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Kentucky in 1998.

Dr. Renee McCafferty - Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice (ambulatory care). Dr. McCafferty joined the Pharmacy Program in June 2013. In addition to serving on the Manchester University faculty, she provides ambulatory care for Matthew 25, a free clinic for uninsured and low-income residents of Allen County. Dr. McCafferty earned her Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy at the University of Arkansas.

Dr. Renee McCafferty - Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice (ambulatory care). Dr. McCafferty joined the Pharmacy Program in June 2013. In addition to serving on the Manchester University faculty, she provides ambulatory care for Matthew 25, a free clinic for uninsured and low-income residents of Allen County. Dr. McCafferty earned her Doctor of Pharmacy and Bachelor of Science degree in pharmacy at the University of Arkansas.

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