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Art de mémoire

L'Art de mémoire (Ars memoriae), appelé aussi méthode des loci ou méthode des lieux, est une méthode mnémotechnique pratiquée depuis l'antiquité. Elle sert principalement à mémoriser de longues listes d'éléments ordonnés. Elle est basée sur le souvenir de lieux déjà bien connus, auxquels on associe par divers moyens les éléments nouveaux que l'on souhaite mémoriser. Cet art fut enseigné pendant des siècles dans les universités, comme constituant une partie de la rhétorique et de la dialectique. Il permettait à un orateur de mémoriser rapidement un sermon ou un discours.

Art de mémoire, architecture et « palais de la mémoire »[modifier | modifier le code] On conseillait autrefois d'utiliser des endroits existants pour l'usage de l'art de mémoire, par exemple un marché ou une église. Pour mémoriser ensuite un discours, on le découpait en parties, chacune symbolisée par une image saisissante ou par un symbole. D'après certains[Qui ?] Mnemonic major system.

The Major System (also called the phonetic number system, phonetic mnemonic system, or Herigone's mnemonic system) is a mnemonic technique used to aid in memorizing numbers.

Mnemonic major system

The system works by converting numbers into consonant sounds, then into words by adding vowels. The system works on the principle that images can be remembered more easily than numbers. The system[edit] Each numeral is associated with one or more consonants. Vowels and the consonants w, h, and y are ignored. The groups of similar sounds and the rules for applying the mappings are almost always fixed, but other hooks and mappings can be used as long as the person using the system can remember them and apply them consistently. Each numeral maps to a set of similar sounds with similar mouth and tongue positions. For most people it would be easier to remember 3.1415927 (an approximation of the mathematical constant pi) as:

Welcome to INFOMINE: Scholarly Internet Resource Collections. Making quizzes and worksheets. Watch, publish, share videos. Solve Puzzles for Science. Hi all, I wanted to share some exciting results we've gotten from folding predictions of Foldit designs!

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As many of you know, after a design puzzle closes we submit a selection of Foldit player designs to the Rosetta@home distributed computing project. Rosetta@home distributes your design sequence to 100,000s of home computers all over the world, so that each computer can calculate a prediction about how that amino acid sequence might fold up. This huge dataset of predicted structures tells us a lot about the weaknesses of a design, making this the most rigorous test available to validate designs before we construct the actual proteins in the lab. The plots below show Rosetta@home datasets from two Foldit monomer design puzzles. The top-most plot represents the top-scoring solution from Puzzle 798, which we ran in October of 2013.

The lower three plots represent the three top-scoring* solutions to Puzzle 854, which closed a couple weeks ago. Wikileaks. Engines.