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The Logic Lab: simulating simple circuits of logic gates

The Logic Lab: simulating simple circuits of logic gates

The Science of Word Recognition About fonts > ClearType The Science of Word Recognition or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bouma Kevin LarsonAdvanced Reading Technology, Microsoft CorporationJuly 2004 Introduction Evidence from the last 20 years of work in cognitive psychology indicate that we use the letters within a word to recognize a word. This paper is written from the perspective of a reading psychologist. The goal of this paper is to review the history of why psychologists moved from a word shape model of word recognition to a letter recognition model, and to help others to come to the same conclusion. I will start by describing three major categories of word recognition models: the word shape model, and serial and parallel models of letter recognition. Model #1: Word Shape The word recognition model that says words are recognized as complete units is the oldest model in the psychological literature, and is likely much older than the psychological literature. characters Model #2: Serial Letter Recognition

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Want to work at Google? Answer these questions This article was taken from the March 2012 issue of Wired magazine. Be the first to read Wired's articles in print before they're posted online, and get your hands on loads of additional content by subscribing online. It's famously tough getting through the Google interview process. But now we can reveal just how strenuous are the mental acrobatics demanded from prospective employees. 1. Those who were paying attention in rocket-science class will recall the formula for the energy of a projectile: E = mgh. 2. "Latency problem in South Africa" is an inside joke at Google. • The internet is running slowly in South Africa. • Google searches (only) are running slowly. The ping operation measures latency on the Internet. 3. The 2006 Emergency Evacuation Report Card of the American Highway Users Alliance gave Kansas City an A grade. • Make use of the fact that everyone wants to get out of the city as fast as possible. • Use school buses. • Divert petrol to the region's petrol stations. 4. 5.

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10 Tips on How to Explore and Study Intention Edit Article Edited by George AP, Teresa, Flickety, Daniel and 10 others Intention is a surprisingly important, but rarely explored part of the mind, as its significance is only important after the fact. Only once you've spent time observing it can you find just how it fits in to day-to-day living. Ad Steps 1Find out the ways you can best view intention as it happens. 10Continue to evaluate intention. Tips Consider studying how intention is treated within different disciplines in order to broaden your understanding of it. Warnings Take things a step at a time, this is understanding a major part of how the mind works and reacts.

Summary of Hegel's Philosophy of Mind Up to the English Server! Paul Trejo, August 1993 For over 180 years students have complained that Hegel's best-known book of philosophy, the PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND (alias PHENOMENOLOGY OF SPIRIT), is too difficult to read. A few have tried to summarize Hegel's book, and often their summaries were longer than the original, and just as difficult to read.

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