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I'm a Solutions Architect with experience from a lot of different fields ranging from server monitoring, web sites/portal to my current project within medical devices.

In my spare time I'm working on a compiler for a new language called Marvin. It's build to have naitive support for DCI. The same ideas that went into Marvin has been put into my first ever Ruby project called Maroon, both enables injectionless DCI on each their platform.

More information on both can be found at my blog or on the DCI community site


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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@JohnM.Landsberg I donøt know if you've noticed that I haven't debatted paraphrasing just noted that I was looking for a stricter term but thatnks for trying to help :)
May
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@JohnM.Landsberg by definition the meaning must be the same of course. But since information is a stricter term than meaning your expansion of the definition, stating that if the meaning is the same so must the information be is incorrect (the reverse is of course true) and the difference between meaning and definition is the detail I'm missing in paraphrase.
May
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@FumbleFingers but I'm not implying that but that doesn't change the fact that the two sentences convey the same meaning though not the same information. (and giving a context are paraphrases of each other)
May
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@JohnM.Landsberg you are of course right that two sentences with the same meaning are paraphrases of each other but I'm looking for a more narrow term. I.e. Her life spanned years of incredible change for women. Mary lived through an era of liberating reform for women. are paraphrases however they do not convey the same information. (The latter lets us know her name)
May
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@FumbleFingers The meaning does not have to be exactly the same between paraphrases. Another example would be (from yourdictionary) Her life spanned years of incredible change for women.paraphrased as Mary lived through an era of liberating reform for women. If you had only the first sentence would you be able to answer "What's her name?"
May
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
A paraphrase can vary too much from the original in the context of what I'm looking for. E.g. Her life spanned years of incredible change for women. can be paraphrased: Mary lived through an era of liberating reform for women. (source yourdictionary). The latter has some information of the former didn't though they still convey the same point. I'm looking for a term that describes the case where information is not lost between the two sentences
Apr
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comment Is there a term for two differently phrased sentences with the same meaning?
@jubobs a paraphrase does not need to have the exact same meaning it can rephrase the meaning in a given context Ie in "The signal was red, that is, the train was not allowed to proceed" the latter highlighted sentence is paraphrasing the former (source: wikipedia)
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