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The paper presents the importance of analysis isotopes on anonymous readers’ comments as an important part of deep interpretation of texts. Furthermore, we describe a classification methodology of the anonymous readers’ comments on online articles, through the overlapping of isotopes, which completed the traditional analytical methods. Automatic recognition of isotopes is an important topic in Natural Language Processing (NLP), especially in the semantic disambiguation. The aim of this article is the automatic comparative analysis of the identified isotopes in articles and comments, which reveals an important part of online behavior. Moreover, we present a new tool that classifies the online commentators based on existing resources, open-source or freely available for research purposes. This study is intend to help direct beneficiaries (journalists, business, education, managers, PR specialists), but also specialists and researchers in the field of natural language processing, linguists, psychologists, etc.

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, Wolfgang. 1974. The Implied Reader: Patterns of Communication in Prose Fiction from Bunyan to Beckett. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Palmer, Alan. 2004. Fictional Minds . Lincoln, NE: The University of Nebraska Press. Pavel, Thomas. 1986. Fictional Worlds . Cambridge, London: Harvard University Press. Richardson, Alan and Steen, Francis F. 2002. Literature and the Cognitive Revolution: An Introduction in Poetics Today 23(1):1-8. Ryan, Marie-Laure. 1991. Possible Worlds, Artificial Intelligence, and Narrative Theory. Bloomington

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this issue, we will publish the titles of our articles also in Russian. We hope that this will facilitate access to European Polygraph in the aforementioned countries and expand the realm of its readers. Jan Widacki Editor-in-Chief DOI: 10.1515/ep-2016-0001 © year of fi rst publica on Author(s). This is an open access ar cle distributed under the Crea ve Commons A ribu on-NonCommercial-NoDerivs license h p://crea vecommons.Org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/

Evaluation and Improvement of Web Information System Accessibility with Markup Language Possibilities

Markup languages are used to describe the content published in the World Wide Web. Aim of this article is to analyze hypertext markup language versions and identify possibilities of improvement accessibility for the web information systems with markup language elements appropriate application. Analysis of the document structure is performed. Document structure and text description elements are selected. Selected elements are practically evaluated with screen readers. From the evaluation results, it can be seen that markup language possibilities for accessibility improvement can be significant.

Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (4 th ed.), pp1-19, Thousand Oaks: SAGE Goșa, C., 2019: ‘Mirrored Anatomies of a Culture: Olivia Manning’s The Balkan Trilogy ’, in print in NASLEĐE. A Journal on Literature, Language, Art and Culture, ISSN 1820-1768COBISS.SR-ID 115085068 Kaplan, R.D., 1993: Balkan Ghosts. A Journey through History , New York, Picador Karolides, N. 2000: ‘The Transactional Theory of Literature’, in Karolides, N. (ed.) Reader Response in Secondary and College Classrooms ( 2 nd ) ed.), Mahwah, New Jersey, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

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This paper will discuss the challenges posed by modern conceptions of Hinduism - in particular Heinrich von Stietencron’s conception of a “collection of religions” and Romila Thapar’s application of Benedict Anderson’s theory of “imagined communities” to Hinduism-to the European style of religious studies, particularly at the undergraduate level.

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This study presents test measurements on a Lexsyg luminescence reader, acquired by the Giessen luminescence group. The reader is of the type Standard, hence designed for routine determination of palaeodoses using quartz or K-feldspars. The tests include measurements of the stimulation powers, preheat temperatures, OSL- and TL-curves, as well as dose recovery tests and calibration measurements using highly sensitised calibration quartz. A comparison of D e values determined using a Lexsyg reader with single grain D e-values, which have been previously obtained on a Risø reader, is also presented. The results imply that the Lexsyg reader is a highly reliable measurement device with high reproducibility, yielding instrumental uncertainties of around 0.3%.