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Hashemi, Masoud: Weblogs In English Language Cl...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 09/2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Weblogs In English Language Classes, Titelzusatz: Blog Assisted Language Learning ( BALL ), Autor: Hashemi, Masoud, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sprachwissenschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 108, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 177 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Blog Assisted Language Learning
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Blog Assisted Language Learning ab 54.9 € als Taschenbuch: Improving Grammar and Vocabulary. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft,

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Weblogs In English Language Classes
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Weblogs In English Language Classes ab 49 € als Taschenbuch: Blog Assisted Language Learning ( BALL ). Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Sprachwissenschaft,

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Weblogs In English Language Classes ab 49 EURO Blog Assisted Language Learning ( BALL )

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Blog Assisted Language Learning
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Blog Assisted Language Learning ab 54.9 EURO Improving Grammar and Vocabulary

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Blog Assisted Language Learning
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For many years, blogs have been used as a medium for facilitating communication and sharing ideas among different groups of society. Language learning has similarly benefitted from this technological advancement. It has been investigated in numerous research studies that language learners can benefit from blog assisted language learning in a variety of different ways. In this book, the adequacy of blogging on increasing the vocabulary level of students and improving their grammatical accuracy is investigated. This book is particularly suitable for language teachers and researchers in computer assisted language learning programs to understand major potentials of this innovative pedagogical system and students' reactions to it.

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Chinese Handwriting Recognition: An Algorithmic...
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Designing machines that can read handwriting like human beings has been an ambitious goal for more than half a century, driving talented researchers to explore diverse approaches. Obstacles have often been encountered that at first appeared insurmountable but were indeed overcome before long. Yet some open issues remain to be solved. As an indispensable branch, Chinese handwriting recognition has been termed as one of the most difficult Pattern Recognition tasks. Chinese handwriting recognition poses its own unique challenges, such as huge variations in strokes, diversity of writing styles, and a large set of confusable categories. With ever-increasing training data, researchers have pursued elaborate algorithms to discern characters from different categories and compensate for the sample variations within the same category. As a result, Chinese handwriting recognition has evolved substantially and amazing achievements can be seen. This book introduces integral algorithms used in Chinese handwriting recognition and the applications of Chinese handwriting recogniers. The first part of the book covers both widespread canonical algorithms to a reliable recognizer and newly developed scalable methods in Chinese handwriting recognition. The recognition of Chinese handwritten text is presented systematically, including instructive guidelines for collecting samples, novel recognition paradigms, distributed discriminative learning of appearance models and distributed estimation of contextual models for large categories, in addition to celebrated methods, e.g. Gradient features, MQDF and HMMs. In the second part of this book, endeavors are made to create a friendlier human-machine interface through application of Chinese handwriting recognition. Four scenarios are exemplified: grid-assisted input, shortest moving input, handwritten micro-blog, and instant handwriting messenger. All the while, the book moves from basic to more complex approaches, also providing a list for further reading with literature comments.

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Chinese Handwriting Recognition: An Algorithmic...
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Designing machines that can read handwriting like human beings has been an ambitious goal for more than half a century, driving talented researchers to explore diverse approaches. Obstacles have often been encountered that at first appeared insurmountable but were indeed overcome before long. Yet some open issues remain to be solved. As an indispensable branch, Chinese handwriting recognition has been termed as one of the most difficult Pattern Recognition tasks. Chinese handwriting recognition poses its own unique challenges, such as huge variations in strokes, diversity of writing styles, and a large set of confusable categories. With ever-increasing training data, researchers have pursued elaborate algorithms to discern characters from different categories and compensate for the sample variations within the same category. As a result, Chinese handwriting recognition has evolved substantially and amazing achievements can be seen. This book introduces integral algorithms used in Chinese handwriting recognition and the applications of Chinese handwriting recogniers. The first part of the book covers both widespread canonical algorithms to a reliable recognizer and newly developed scalable methods in Chinese handwriting recognition. The recognition of Chinese handwritten text is presented systematically, including instructive guidelines for collecting samples, novel recognition paradigms, distributed discriminative learning of appearance models and distributed estimation of contextual models for large categories, in addition to celebrated methods, e.g. Gradient features, MQDF and HMMs. In the second part of this book, endeavors are made to create a friendlier human-machine interface through application of Chinese handwriting recognition. Four scenarios are exemplified: grid-assisted input, shortest moving input, handwritten micro-blog, and instant handwriting messenger. All the while, the book moves from basic to more complex approaches, also providing a list for further reading with literature comments.

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Chinese Handwriting Recognition: An Algorithmic...
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Designing machines that can read handwriting like human beings has been an ambitious goal for more than half a century, driving talented researchers to explore diverse approaches. Obstacles have often been encountered that at first appeared insurmountable but were indeed overcome before long. Yet some open issues remain to be solved. As an indispensable branch, Chinese handwriting recognition has been termed as one of the most difficult Pattern Recognition tasks. Chinese handwriting recognition poses its own unique challenges, such as huge variations in strokes, diversity of writing styles, and a large set of confusable categories. With ever-increasing training data, researchers have pursued elaborate algorithms to discern characters from different categories and compensate for the sample variations within the same category. As a result, Chinese handwriting recognition has evolved substantially and amazing achievements can be seen. This book introduces integral algorithms used in Chinese handwriting recognition and the applications of Chinese handwriting recogniers. The first part of the book covers both widespread canonical algorithms to a reliable recognizer and newly developed scalable methods in Chinese handwriting recognition. The recognition of Chinese handwritten text is presented systematically, including instructive guidelines for collecting samples, novel recognition paradigms, distributed discriminative learning of appearance models and distributed estimation of contextual models for large categories, in addition to celebrated methods, e.g. Gradient features, MQDF and HMMs. In the second part of this book, endeavors are made to create a friendlier human-machine interface through application of Chinese handwriting recognition. Four scenarios are exemplified: grid-assisted input, shortest moving input, handwritten micro-blog, and instant handwriting messenger. All the while, the book moves from basic to more complex approaches, also providing a list for further reading with literature comments.

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