9 Cool German Grammar Lessons Learned from Listening to Chima It’s pretty much impossible to go one day without hearing music. It’s everywhere: playing in shops, blasting out as someone’s ringtone or booming from a tricked-out car. It gets us psyched for adrenaline-filled action scenes in movies, and it melts our hearts as our favorite television characters confess their undying love for one another. But what if you could use music to help you learn German? Listening to music is great for your language skills: it helps with pronunciation, vocab, idioms and overall fluency.
Regular Expression HOWTO Introduction The re module was added in Python 1.5, and provides Perl-style regular expression patterns. Earlier versions of Python came with the regex module, which provided Emacs-style patterns. The regex module was removed completely in Python 2.5. Regular expressions (called REs, or regexes, or regex patterns) are essentially a tiny, highly specialized programming language embedded inside Python and made available through the re module. Using this little language, you specify the rules for the set of possible strings that you want to match; this set might contain English sentences, or e-mail addresses, or TeX commands, or anything you like.
The 10 Meanings of the German Verb 'ausmachen' German Verbs > ausmachen An Introduction to the German Verb ausmachen Aus and Other Separable Verb Prefixes in German The German verb machen is a very common regular verb with the basic meaning of "to make" or "to do." It gets plenty of mileage all by itself, but by adding the prefix aus-, machen turns into something even more interesting — and takes on many more meanings. (It can add other prefixes, notably an-, but we'll concentrate on aus- here.) German Welcome to the German wikibook, a free textbook for learning the German language. As this book is still under development, you are invited to make any problems/suggestions known in our Discussion page. If you wish to contribute, feel free to see the Developer's page. Contents
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8 Regular Expressions You Should Know Regular expressions are a language of their own. When you learn a new programming language, they're this little sub-language that makes no sense at first glance. Many times you have to read another tutorial, article, or book just to understand the "simple" pattern described. Paul Joyce Beginners' German Willkommen! Welcome to an online Beginners' German course designed by Paul Joyce of the University of Portsmouth. It currently contains twelve chapters of dialogue and exercises which have been designed to give the absolute beginner a grounding in the rudiments of the German language, as well as providing background information about life and culture in the German-speaking countries. Each chapter consists of: conversations, many of which are available with audio files
Word Order in German - Part 1 German Syntax Also see: German Word Order - Part 2 The fancy word for it is syntax. Any way you express it, word order (die Wortstellung) in German sentences is both more variable and more flexible than in English. In many cases, German word order is identical to English. This is true for simple subject + verb + other elements sentences: "Ich sehe dich." ("I see you.") or "Er arbeitet zu Hause." Python Map Reduce on Hadoop - A Beginners Tutorial November 17 2013 Share Tweet Post This article originally accompanied my tutorial session at the Big Data Madison Meetup, November 2013. The goal of this article is to: introduce you to the hadoop streaming library (the mechanism which allows us to run non-jvm code on hadoop) teach you how to write a simple map reduce pipeline in Python (single input, single output). teach you how to write a more complex pipeline in Python (multiple inputs, single output). There are other good resouces online about Hadoop streaming, so I’m going over old ground a little.
Finding the natural number of topics for Latent Dirichlet Allocation - Christopher Grainger Update (July 13, 2014): I’ve been informed that I should be looking at hierarchical topic models (see Blei’s papers here and here). Thanks to Reddit users /u/GratefulTony and /u/EdwardRaff for bringing this to my attention. However, Redditor /u/NOTWorthless says HDPs do not provide a ‘posterior on the correct number of topics in any meaningful sense’. Learn German online. With our podcast, learning German is easy. Learn German with GermanPod101! No more dry, out of date textbook story lines! Here at GermanPod101, you'll learn German with fun, interesting and culturally relevant lessons that are easy to listen to. But not only are they fun - they're effective too! Join the hundreds of thousands of people already learning German through the power of our mobile apps, desktop software and website with free German lessons released every week!
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News and Events: PhD candidate in Computational Linguistics and Dialogue Processing - The Institute for Logic, Language and Computation Newsitem added on 10 September 2015. The ILLC is looking for a highly motivated, creative and talented PhD candidate to join the newly established Dialogue Modelling Group led by Raquel Fernández. The mission of the group is to understand dialogical interaction by developing empirically-motivated formal and computational models that can be applied to various dialogue processing tasks and to human-machine interaction. The PhD position is part of an NWO VIDI project focused on studying linguistic interaction in the presence of asymmetry, that is, imbalances or mismatches between dialogue participants.