In the individual species accounts, the authors include a picture of a juvenile of each species, a conceptual graph of the seasonal use of the estuary and ocean by life stages, information on egg and larval appearance (but rightly cite Fahay's 2007 work for details), monthly length-frequency histograms keyed to estuarine and oceanic occurrence, graphs of temporal trends of abundance of larvae (for 37 species) and sometimes juveniles, season-by-year graphs of abundance, maps of occurrence of YOY and older juveniles in the Bight (in place of the maps of larval occurrence in AF98), and discuss ecology of different life stages.
What does CG stand for?
CG stands for Conceptual Graph
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- Complete Games (baseball; pitching)
- Comptroller General
- Computational Geometry
- Computer Generated
- Computer Genius
- Computer Graphics
- Computer Guys (various locations)
- Computers and Games Conference
- Concentration Guide
- Conceptual Geniuses (est. 1993)
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Topics covered include introduction to formal concept analysis, formal logic with conceptual graphs, software tools for formal concept analysis, efficient computation with conceptual graphs, conceptual graphs for representing conceptual structures, formal concept analysis and contextual logic, linguistic data exploration, ontology learning using corpus-derived formal contexts, a lexico-logical approach to ontology engineering, faceted web document navigation, optimizing social software system design, semantic annotations and localization of resources, and active knowledge systems.
Inspired from John Sowa's conceptual graphs , these graphs are built according to a prescribed ontology and allow the data of the Web to be represented in a more intelligent and intuitive way.
We have first downsized the document collection for a given query using vector model and then used a conceptual graph (CG) based representation to rank the documents.
By selecting to zoom in on a particular concept, the user's view changes to conceptual graph where s/he can view and access all the objects related to a particular concept.
A possible action (ACT) could then be that the student is showing a desired behaviour, which can also be expressed as conceptual graph.
Among the languages of representation developed at the conceptual level, three major models may be distinguished: languages containing frames (8), logics of description and the model of the conceptual graphs (following section).