KURZWEIL PERSONAL READER

It is intended for people who cannot read print e.g. those with such disabilities as severe visual impairment and dyslexia, a computer system that...

KIN RECOGNITION

Individuals are able to recognize those that they have interacted with during development but fail to recognize related individuals with whom they have never...

KINGDOM

Modern classifications recognize five kingdoms, Bacteria, Protista or Protoctista, Animalia, Fungi and Plantae which in some systems are grouped into domains, traditionally the highest...

KLEPTOMANIA

The stealing is done out of anger or in a response to a delusion or hallucination and is not better accounted for by another...

KINESIS

An animal might be more or less active according the the amount of light, temperature or humidity and is a type of movement in...

KINASE

When a class of enzymes that catalyze the addition of a phosphate group to a molecule for example a protein

KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION

the method used for encoding knowledge in an artifical-intelligence programme. not usually the computer language employed but systematically developed structures encoded in that language.

KRAFFT-EBING, RICHARD VON(1840-1902)

Krafft-Ebing, chiefly noted for his study of sexual pathology, was born in Mannheim, Germany, and studied at Prague, Heidelberg, and Zurich. After serving as...

KRAEPELIN'S DISEASE

First described by Emil W.M.G Kraeplin 1856-1926 German psychiatrist, it is a disorder characterized by depressive symptoms accompanied by psychotic features but doesn't meet...

K-STRATEGY

Populations of K strategists expand to the maximum size that the habitat can support its carrying capacity or K. The strategy implies that the...

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