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The very first task in my implementation of Latent Semantic Analysis in C# is to split paragraphs of data into sentences.
Due to the simplicity of the task I decided to apply and test a few of the numerous possible approaches, more for curiosity than a tangible increase in execution speed. 796 more words
We had another quick look at division today – we’ll come back to it in a week or two. But here’s Sasha and Dylan talking through a couple of approaches to solving 123 divided by 8
Many of us are in multiple roles in our lives – mother/father, daughter/son, employee, director …as well as functioning as our own “life manager”. Each role requires distinct tasks and actions on our part and pretty soon, many of us feel overwhelmed. 387 more words
Chunking refers to organizing information together in necessary groups (Pappas, 2013). Chunking is used because the human brain can only hold a certain a amount of information so chunking information in small groups is a way to retain information, an example of this would be memorizing a mobile phone number as its easier to memorize it in parts such as 0417 and then 718 and so on. 196 more words
I was standing in my classroom the other day – empty for once – and as I scanned each table I was envisioning my students: what do they think about when I’m standing in front of the room guiding a discussion? 792 more words