Words nearby salience
How to use salience in a sentence
The virus will continue to mutate and, through natural selection, evolve, a fact that does not surprise the scientific community but has taken on new salience amid the recent bulletins about problematic variants.CDC: No sign of homegrown U.S. coronavirus variant, but scientists need to look harder|Joel Achenbach, Kim Bellware, Hamza Shaban|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
If you want to better understand how natural language processing works, you may start by getting familiar with the concept of salience.
In a nutshell, salience is concerned with measuring how much of a piece of content is concerned with a specific topic or entity.
Google measures salience as it tries to draw relationships between the different entities present in an article.
The timing gives added salience to efforts aimed at addressing vaccine hesitancy among people of color.Mass vaccinations against covid-19 will be ‘mind-blowing’ challenge for Alabama, other poor, rural states|Isaac Stanley-Becker|November 29, 2020|Washington Post
But even so, it's a really interesting thought, that a bigger increase could have greater political salience.
Some have disputed the salience of Vietnam for the Afghan strategy debate.
In it the chisel has merely reproduced the contours of the eyelids and the salience of the eyeball.A History of Art in Ancient Egypt, Vol. II (of 2)|Georges Perrot
From this salience her small chin retreated delicately into her pink throat.The Tree of Heaven|May Sinclair
In the Khorsabad relief (Fig. 107) the salience of these horns is less marked.
Above a plinth with a gentle salience rises the altar itself, supported at each angle by the paw of a lion.
He gave them a slight salience over the façade and a polychromatic decoration.