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

(A)that is 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, but the solution has proved easier

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

Hello, I've reviewed the discussion ever posted.
But, I would like to clear it.
Is choice D wrong because the transitive verb prove has no object?

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'to solve' is important. Without 'to solve' the sentence looks incomplete.

'...problem....easier to solve'.

I would go for E on this one.

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I think what lacks in D is something refering to the voice recognition.
We know it is easier but we do not know compared to what it is...

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New post 05 Oct 2004, 06:52
E is best according to me.

The problem of perception cannot be similiar to artificial vision. It can be similar to that of ........Also in C and D the later part does not make sense.

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