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Table 2 Examples of logical judgment functions and their descriptions

From: An approach for transgender population information extraction and summarization from clinical trial text

Function name

Description

Example

SubJudgement

(G1, G2)

If G1 is subordinate gender of G2:

return True

Else:

return False

G1 = ‘Transgender Male’

G2 = ‘Transgender All’

Return True

SuperJudgement

(G1, G2)

If G1 is superior gender of G2:

return True

Else:

return False

G1 = ‘Transgender All’

G2 = ‘Transgender Male’

Return True

ReverseJudgement

(G1, G2)

If G1 is NOT G2:

return True

Else:

return False

G1 = ‘Transgender Female’

G2 = ‘Transgender Female’

Return False

SimilarJudgement

(G1, G2, …)

If G1, G2, is similar types:

return True

Else:

return False

G1 = ‘Transgender All’

G2 = ‘Transgender Male’

Return True

G1 = ‘Transgender All’

G2 = ‘Biological Male’

Return False

SplitJudgement

(G1)

If G1 can be split:

return True

Else:

return False

G1 = ‘Transgender All’

Return True

G1 = ‘Transgender Male’

Return False