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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
The other researchers may not have an opinion , to infer that other researchers necessarily disagree with complete automation is logically inaccurate, The answer D here seems wrong. Please explain further.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
hi , i have a confusion with option B .
The passage states . ''In order to find optimal combinations of human expert knowledge and computational methods for anomaly detection, it is important to investigate how the surveillance of sea areas is carried out ''

Thus why option B is wrong as it to states the same .
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I think this is a poor-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate.
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Doesn't some researchers mean anywhere from 1% to 100% of all researchers dispute the use of of fully autonomous discovery systems. So, the passage doesn't necessarily imply some do not "dispute or disagree" since it could be the case that 100% of all researchers "dispute the use of fully autonomous discovery systems in real-world settings".

P.s. some = "at-least 1 or 1% to 100%". Your explanation is implying some is defined as "not all", which is "not a 100% or 0% to 99%". Not all is the logical opposite of some.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate. please explain why is choice B incorrect ?
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation.

Originally posted by ayshwar on 14 Jan 2019, 18:38.
Last edited by ayshwar on 27 Feb 2019, 09:39, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I totally disagree with options. For the suggested answer,

Some agree does not automatically imply some don't agree. Some agree just means a few agree (1-100%). There is no info about others. May be they don't have an opinion(i.e. they neither agree nor disagree).

Please explain
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a high-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation. in inference questions the answers must be 100 % true. Some researchers dispute does not mean that others if any support fully autonomous discovery systems. I prefer Option B
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Question, I dont understand why option B is incorrect given the stated passage of the 2nd paragraph:
"In order to find optimal combinations of human expert knowledge and computational methods for anomaly detection, it is important to investigate how the surveillance of sea areas is carried out"

This is the explanation for B:
B. The passage does not clarify whether further research can or cannot determine the best possible combination; it just states the requirement of research.

I would appreciate an explanation
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate.
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I think this is a high-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation. Answer should be B
In order to find optimal combinations of human expert knowledge and computational methods for anomaly detection, it is important to investigate how the surveillance of sea areas is carried out.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
sorry to say but to say B is wrong is kinda off when the text said:

"Some researchers dispute the use of fully autonomous discovery systems in real-world settings, highlighting the need of including human knowledge in the discovery process" meaning this there is a need for humans involvement and

"In order to find optimal combinations of human expert knowledge and computational methods for anomaly detection, it is important to investigate how the surveillance of sea areas is carried out." - this is exactly what it said :<

very poor quality questions seriously!!!! - argue to me that this is not your own passage hey u question maker!! I demand this passage to be removed forever!!! or I want my money back!!!
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and the explanation isn't clear enough, please elaborate.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
Hi experts VeritasKarishma AjiteshArun,

The author mentions in the 2nd para:
In order to find "optimal combinations" of human expert knowledge and computational methods for anomaly detection, it is important to investigate how the surveillance of sea areas is carried out.

Choice B: further research in sea traffic movement can determine the best possible combination of human expert knowledge and computational method.

I want to understand whether "optimal combinations" mean "the best possible combination"? If not, then can we eliminate the choice on the basis of this reason?
Please help me understand the difference between both the terms.
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Re: V11-32 [#permalink]
I think this is a poor-quality question and I don't agree with the explanation.
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