[Linguistics] The following is a list of articles of ice hockey players who have played for the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL. This list also includes alumni from the original Quebec Remparts who played in the QMJHL from 1969-1985. ...
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[linguistics] In corpus linguistics a key word is a word which occurs in a text more often than we would expect to occur by chance alone. Key words are calculated by carrying out a statistical test (e.g., loglinear) which compares the word frequencies in a text against their expected frequen...
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[computer programming] In computer programming, a keyword is a word or identifier that has a particular meaning to the programming language. The meaning of keywords — and, indeed, the meaning of the notion of keyword — differs widely from language to language. In many languages, such as ...
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A word or words which can be searched for in documents or menus.
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A word or phrase occurring in the natural language of a document that is considered significant for retrieval. In addition to the above preferred meaning this word is also used loosely with the following two other possible meanings, which are often confused. The use of 'keyword' with these meanings ...
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A word entered by a visitor in a search engine/directory to locate information or a site.
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A significant word in a document that helps to define the content of the document.
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The word (or words) a user types in when presented with a search box. On a search engine, for example, a keyword is the term or phrase that you type in to begin an online search. The term keyword also appears in a meta tag as part of the HTML code on a Web site. Keywords are the series of words encl...
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A significant word in the abstract, title, or text of a work which is used to describe it for the purposes of retrieval
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1. One of a fixed set of symbols built into the syntax of a language. Typical keywords would be if, then, else, print, goto, while, switch. There are usually restrictions about reusing keywords as names for user-defined objects such as variables or procedures. Languages vary as to what is provide...
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1) Computer search criterion
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