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Someday computers may be able to "see" forms, just as they now can be made to recognize voice, a problem of perception that is similar to artificial vision, but the solution has proved easier.

A) this similar to artificial vision, but the solution has proved easier

B) that is similar to artificial vision but one that has proved easier to solve

C) similar to that of artificial vision, but it has proved easier to solve

D) similar to that of artificial vision, ut the solution has proved easier

E) similar to that of artificial vision but one that has proved easier to solve

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New post 23 Jan 2008, 05:39
Problem of perception cannot be similiar to artificial vision, so we can eliminate A and B.
Out of C,D and E, C can be eliminated since it is not clear.D can be eliminted since "but the solution has proved easier" is awkward.
That leaves us with E.

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New post 26 Jan 2008, 00:06
A) that is similar to artificial vision, but the solution has proved easier (the solution refers what – Is it referring artificial vision or recognize voice – Eliminate - it)
B) that is similar to artificial vision but one that has proved easier to solve (“problem of perception that is similar to artificial vision” – improper comparison – Eliminate it)

C) similar to that of artificial vision, but it has proved easier to solve (It has no clear referent – Eliminate it)

D) similar to that of artificial vision, but the solution has proved easier ( incomplete “has proved easier ?” – Eliminate it)

E) similar to that of artificial vision but one that has proved easier to solve (Hold it – this is functioning elliptical of “problem”)

Answer: E

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New post 26 Jan 2008, 06:47
Thank you for your nice explanation.

OA is E. :-D

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