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In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer grammatically or if using "it" is ok?!

Update: Also that's not the first definition of wrapper so that I can use "called wrapper", it is just an emphasis

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

I wrote,

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer grammatically or if using "it" is ok?!

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

I wrote,

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer grammatically or if using "it" is ok?!

Update: Also that's not the first definition of wrapper so that I can use "called wrapper", it is just an emphasis

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

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I wrote,

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer grammatically or if using "it" is ok?!

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

I wrote,

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer or if using "it" is ok?!

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

I wrote,

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules (the wrapper), and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

Should I or can I write it as:

In these systems, in a supervised manner, the user specifies the desired items on one or more example pages and the system automatically generates the extraction rules, the wrapper, and applies it to other web pages with a similar structure.

In these sentence the wrapper is a name for the same extraction rules (or the name for the output program).. also note I used it to refer to the wrapper, if I want to refer to extraction rules I must use "them", I don't know which should I refer grammatically or if using "it" is ok?!

By the way is it fluent to say (repeating in)

In these systems, in a supervised manner ...

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