Simple ppt on body language

Speech and Language Processing for Educational Applications Professor Diane Litman Computer Science Department & Intelligent Systems Program & Learning.

State (motivation) Tutor26: Let me ask my question in a more general way. What happens to the velocity of a body when there is no force acting on it? Student27:dammit (ASR: it is) Tutor28 :Could you please repeat that?/Wizard of Oz version of ITSPOKE –Human recognizes speech, annotates correctness and uncertainty –Provides upper-bound language performance  4 Conditions –Simple Adaptation: used same response for all impasses –Complex Adaptation: used different responses for each impasse –Normal Control: /


C Programming Class I. Introduction to C Generation of ‘C’ Language 1.In 1967, Martin Richards developed a language called BCPL (Basic Combined Programming.

It is a Structured Programming Language High – Level Language Machine Independent Language It allows software developers to / part; } Sub program section { Body of the subprogram } C’s Character/simple statement (or) compound statement; case constant 2: simple statement (or) compound statement; case constant 3: simple statement (or) compound statement; } switch (expression) { case constant 1: simple statement (or) compound statement; case constant 2: simple statement (or) compound statement; default : simple/


1 Modeling and Specification Introduction Models of Computation Specification Languages  State Charts  SDL  Petri Nets  UML, MSC  VHDL, Verilog 

of Computation Specification Languages  State Charts /Simple nets A net is called simple if disjoint elements have disjoint pre- and postcondition sets. Example (not a simple net): Definition: Simple/bodies can be - behavioral bodies or - structural bodies. Bodies not referring to hardware components are called behavioral bodies. Architectural bodies can be - behavioral bodies or - structural bodies. Bodies not referring to hardware components are called behavioral bodies. Modeling Behavior Architecture body/


Instructor: Dr. Narisa N. Y. Chu Thousand Oaks, CA, USA February 17, 2016 Advanced Writing & Presentation for English-as-a-Second-Language.

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The new Spanish languages GCSE: CONSIDERING THE NEW DRAFT GCSE SPECIFICATIONS.

of each such assessment.”  preparation time (between 10 and 12 minutes)  teacher-conducted, audio-recorded, awarding body-assessed  conversation (more than one topic, only one of which may be chosen by the learner in advance of/at complex structures. Successfully and mostly accurately conveys more than one time frame, With simple language, errors don’t affect communication. With complex language, errors may limit communication. Pronunciation & intonation [4] Top end: Pronunciation and intonation/


The new German languages GCSE: CONSIDERING THE NEW DRAFT GCSE SPECIFICATIONS.

of each such assessment.”  preparation time (between 10 and 12 minutes)  teacher-conducted, audio-recorded, awarding body-assessed  conversation (more than one topic, only one of which may be chosen by the learner in advance of/ at complex structures. Successfully and mostly accurately conveys more than one time frame, With simple language, errors don’t affect communication. With complex language, errors may limit communication. Pronunciation & intonation [4] Top end: Pronunciation and intonation/


1 Part B Web Site Development Chapter 5 Web Authoring Tools - 5.1 Simple Web Page Construction Information and Communication Technology “Multimedia Production.

Lee comes up with the idea of HTML, linking together research papers that reference each other. Ch 5.1 Simple Web Construction 9 1. History of HTML Language: From Symbols to Meaning Markup: Adds a new dimension to text, by adding in semantics (meaning). e/ a consistent look-and-feel. An example of an embedded style sheet hr { color: yellow} body {margin-left: 15px} Ch 5.1 Simple Web Construction 86 Ch 5.1 Simple Web Construction 87 Holzchlag, M.E. Designing with Style Sheets, Tables, and Frames. Sams.Net /


Neuroscience, Genetics, and Behavior. Introducing the neuron…  Simple definition:  a nerve cell  The incredible neuron….  basic unit of information.

neuron, single motor neuron, interneuron:…..Brain’s not involved!) Pain Reflex  Sensory neuron, interneuron, motor neuron  a simple, automatic, inborn response to a sensory stimulus The Brain Center for all sensory information and voluntary movement (receives, interprets, decides/ be lost? If left hemisphere is sedated, what functions would be lost? Language, right side of body limp Language, right side of body limp If sedative to right hemisphere? If sedative to right hemisphere? Difficulty identifying/


ISBN 0-321-49362-1 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

val statement binds a name to a value (similar to DEFINE in Scheme) Function declaration form: fun name (parameters) = body; e.g., fun cube (x : int) = x * x * x; Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley. All rights/ All rights reserved.1-49 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple syntax –Inefficient execution –Programs can automatically be made /


HyperText Markup Language-

must have an htm or html file extension An HTML file can be created using a simple text editor HTML contd. HyperText Markup Language--HTML is a collection of platform-independent styles (indicated by markup tags) that define the various/Book Antiqua" font If this is not on the system, it looks for the Times font Last resort: the browser uses the generic serif font body { background-color: lightgreen; } h1 { color: lightgreen; background-color: blue; font-family: "Book Antiqua", Times, serif; border: thick /


 2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Computers and C++ Programming Outline 1.6 Machine Languages, Assembly Languages,

mathematical notations –Single statements accomplish substantial tasks Assembly language requires many instructions to accomplish simple tasks –Translator programs (compilers) Convert to machine language –Interpreter programs Directly execute high-level language programs –Example: grossPay = basePay + overTimePay/ –Make decision based on truth or falsity of condition If condition met, body executed Else, body not executed Equality and relational operators –Equality operators Same level of precedence –/


Markup Languages INE2720 Web Application Software Development Essential Materials.

Development All copyrights reserved by C.C. Cheung 2003.6 The Concept of Markup Language Markup language Markup language –originates from the book publishing industry. –allows us to embed formatting instructions in / (DOM) –Build a tree structure containing the XML document ’ s data Simple API for XML (SAX) Simple API for XML (SAX) –Process the document and generate events –More info/ 2003.130 Minimum XHTML document Title goes here Title goes here Body text goes here Body text goes here 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12/


1 COSC 2206 Internet Tools JavaScript Browser versions Language Versions Core Language.

Client-Side JavaScript Reference Reference book BGA 14 What is JavaScript High-level scripting (interpreted) language Untyped, prototype based OOP language Not a simple language Used to be called LiveScript and has no connection with Java Borrows a lot of syntax from/Function ("x", "return x*x;"); Here the first argument is the function argument list and the second argument is the function body. There is no correspondence in Java BGA 38 Object Types (1) An uninitialized object var obj = new Object(); A Date/


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 8 Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University With acknowledgement to Simon.

9 Formalizing Type Systems The Triangle type system is extremely simple –Thus its typing rules are easy to understand from a verbal description in English Languages with more complex type systems, such as SML, has /=> A); 96 Subprogram Parameters Formal parameters: names (and types) of arguments to the subprogram used in defining the subprogram body Actual parameters: arguments supplied for formal parameters when subprogram is called Actual/Formal Parameter Correspondence: –attributes of variables are used /


Functional Programming Languages

The values of the parameters are substituted into the function body 3. The function body is evaluated 4. The value of the last expression in the body is the value of the function (Special forms use a / Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Efficient execution Complex semantics Complex syntax Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: Simple semantics Simple syntax Inefficient execution Programs can automatically be made concurrent Copyright ©/


Languages and Tools for Web Programming Uri Dekel ISRI, Carnegie Mellon University Presented in UI course Some examples taken from w3schools.com.

proper nesting Attributes are not repeated in same tag 29 XML Programming with SAX Lightweight simple event-based parser Originally in Java, ports for other languages Programmer instantiates SAX parser Parser is invoked on input and an implementation of Document /in external files Placement determines execution time Scripts in header must be invoked explicitly e.g., during events Scripts in body executed when that part is being processed. 59 JavaScript Syntax User can declare variables e.g., var name = /


ISBN 0-321-33025-0 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

The values of the parameters are substituted into the function body The function body is evaluated The value of the last expression in the body is the value of the function Copyright © 2006 Addison-/ Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics (like math functions, may or may not feel “natural” to programmers) –Simple syntax –Inefficient execution (not/


Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 8

. Formalizing Type Systems The Triangle type system is extremely simple Thus its typing rules are easy to understand from a verbal description in English Languages with more complex type systems, such as SML, has/LIST => A); Subprogram Parameters Formal parameters: names (and types) of arguments to the subprogram used in defining the subprogram body Actual parameters: arguments supplied for formal parameters when subprogram is called Actual/Formal Parameter Correspondence: attributes of variables are used to/


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 14 Concurrency and distribution Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University.

-declarations instead of method-declarations. chord-declaration ::= method-header [ & method-header ]* body method-header ::= attributes modifiers [return-type | async] name (parms) 50 A Simple Buffer class Buffer { String get() & async put(String s) { return s; /IDL definitions an object implementation tells its clients what operations are available and how they should be invoked. Some programming languages have IDL mapping (C, C++, SmallTalk, Java,Lisp) 72 IDL Example module katytrail { module weather { /


1 Programming Languages Lecture 5 Scheme, Subroutines and Control Abstractions.

record. Recursion imposes stack allocation (all languages today) Recursion imposes stack allocation (all languages today) Activation record hold actuals, linkage /3 4) (quote (this is a simple declarative sentence) (quote (this is a simple declarative sentence) => (this is a simple declarative sentence) => (this is a simple declarative sentence) ‘ (this also works/ body env) (define (make-procedure spec body env) (list ‘procedure (make-lambda spec body) env)) (list ‘procedure (make-lambda spec body)/


Introduction to C++ Computer Science I. Quote... “Language is the only instrument of science….” Samuel Johnson.

the body of the function They represent the start and end of the function Simple C++ Program #include int main() { // Declarations // Statements return 0; } Declarations and statements Main body of function (or main part) “//” represents the start of a comment Simple C++/; result = x*result; result = x*result; return result; } Pseudocode Looks like a programming language Has all the structure of a programming language Has a verrrrrry loose syntax Pseudocode Example: function foo (x) result  x 2 + 5x +/


Zeno of Elea Influenced by: Parmenides Influenced: Plato, Aristotle ~490 – 430BC Italy Ancient Key Works & Ideas: He said that reality was simple and unchanging.

world, but not its taste. States that ideas are simple and complex. Simple ideas cannot be broken down into other ideas and are a single/particularly Popper 1889 - 1951 Austria C20 Key Works & Ideas: Tractatus Logico philosophicus Language is a determinate system that can be specified in precise logical terms Picture Theory / break). Althusser believed that Marxs rejected the rational dualism subject-object, or body-spirit. That makes Marxs work ununderstandable for rational scientists. Anyway the writings/


The Turn of the Century In the early days of the web HTML was a pretty simple language for displaying basic text documents. You could use uppercase or.

HTML was a pretty simple language for displaying basic text documents. You could use uppercase or lowercase letters for your tags, and you could leave off the closing,, tags for many elements. The rules were loose and simple, because the pages were/ try reversing the colors, making the background color navy, and the color aqua. This is what your code would look like: body { text-align: center; background-color: navy; color: aqua; } Troubleshooting Disappearing Text When you choose colors, its important that/


WARM UP Bunny Description Extremely silly game, to pump up the energy. Get everyone in a circle. One player becomes the body of a bunny - this is done.

), or by the intonation of the `giver`, or even by her expression or body language. Try gibberish in different `languages` or `accents`. Also known as Gibberish Dictionary. Simple Survivor Description Four to six players play a scene. Then the audience chooses one /Status might be, she should start showing these qualities, until she really `becomes` the character. Use voice and body language to express this.Status Endowment He Said She Said Description Excellent game to show how Endowment works. 2 players; /


ENG6530 RCS1 ENG6530 Reconfigurable Computing Systems Hardware Description Languages Part 1: Introduction.

; S0 S1 X=0 X=1 X=0 ENG6530 RCS91 ENG6530 Reconfigurable Computing Systems Hardware Description Languages Part 4: Modeling Dataflow/Structure & Configurations ENG6530 RCS92 Concurrent Signal Assignment Thus far, all the signal assignments have been performed inside the process body. If the process contains only simple signal signal assignments, then this is too cumbersome. VHDL provides “shortcuts” through concurrent signal assignments. defined/


1 Copyright © 1998 by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. Chapter 13 In a language without exception handling: When an exception occurs, control goes to the operating.

The frame of an exception handler in Ada is either a subprogram body, a package body, a task, or a block - Because exception handlers are usually local/language processing - Modeling of speech and vision - Scheme is used to teach introductory programming at a significant number of universities Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages - Imperative Languages: - Efficient execution - Complex semantics - Complex syntax - Concurrency is programmer designed - Functional Languages: - Simple semantics - Simple/


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 8 Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University With acknowledgement to Simon.

3 Formalizing Type Systems The Triangle type system is extremely simple –Thus its typing rules are easy to understand from a verbal description in English Languages with more complex type systems, such as SML, has /=> A); 87 Subprogram Parameters Formal parameters: names (and types) of arguments to the subprogram used in defining the subprogram body Actual parameters: arguments supplied for formal parameters when subprogram is called Actual/Formal Parameter Correspondence: –attributes of variables are used /


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Concurrency and distribution Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University With acknowledgement.

of method-declarations. chord-declaration ::= method-header [ & method-header ]* body method-header ::= attributes modifiers [return-type | async] name (parms) 45 A Simple Buffer class Buffer { String get() & async put(String s) { / after transfer. 48 Concurrent ML Threads –New type of entity Communication –Synchronous channels Synchronization –Channels –Events Atomicity –No specific language support 49 Threads Thread creation –spawn : (unit  unit)  thread_id Example code CIO.print "begin parent "; spawn /


1 INTRODUCTION: LANGUAGE DISORDERS IN ADULTS. 2 Two Alternative Views Have Been Advanced on the Relationship Between Brain and Behavior.

of cortical damage, regardless of site, the patient regresses from a higher symbolic language to a simple, automatic verbal knowledge--from an abstract to a concrete language characteristic of aphasia. 69 Recently the work of Lashley and of Head has been/studies. Moreover, Penfield extended the studies of Fritsch and Hitzig to humans; he showed that the muscles of the body were represented in great topographical detail and the resulting map formed a motor homunculus. 73 Recently, these clinical studies/


Chapter 2 Instructions: Language of the Computer.

But with many aspects in common Early computers had very simple instruction sets Simplified implementation Many modern computers also have simple instruction sets §2.1 Introduction Chapter 2 — Instructions: Language of the Computer — 3 The MIPS Instruction Set Used /+ 1]; j -= 1) { swap(v,j); } v in $a0, n in $a1, i in $s0, j in $s1 Chapter 2 — Instructions: Language of the Computer — 143 The Procedure Body (MIPS) move $s2, $a0 # save $a0 into $s2 move $s3, $a1 # save $a1 into $s3 move $s0, $zero # i = 0/


Comparative Programming Languages Functional Languages Comparison: Scheme, Smalltalk, Python, Ruby.

/dev/culture.html) based on what they want the language to be, favoring language forms they see as "beautiful", "explicit" and "simple". –Although Python is sometimes classified as a "scripting language", it has been used to develop many large software / ) (b 3)) ( + a b)) –5 Semantics: Evaluate all expressions, then bind the values to the names; evaluate the body CS 363 Spring 2005 GMU59 List Comprehensions - Python provide a concise way to create lists without resorting to use of map(), filter() and/


Presenter’s Name MONTH 2014 In-service training programme for English Language teachers (Grades 1-11) in the context of the updated curriculum for 11 years’

a lesson? Reducing teacher talking time Elicit Elicit answers and concepts from students. Concept check understanding of new words and structures. Don’t over explain. Body language Use body language, gestures, props, and the board to explain. Instructions Make instructions simple and concise to avoid explaining them multiple times. Echoing Don’t echo learner responses. Questions Ask open-ended questions, not yes/no questions. Use/


Scheme in Scheme 1. Why implement Scheme in Scheme  Implementing a language is a good way to learn more about programming languages  Interpreters are.

Extend to procedures frame Bind arguments to formal parameters Evaluate procedure body in the new frame Return its value Our strategy  We’re implementing an interpreter for Scheme in Scheme  The host language (Scheme) will do many details: data representation, reading, /x) (printf "~s~n" x))) The Yin and Yang of Lisp The eval and apply operations have been fundamental from the start Simple mceval (define (mceval exp env) (cond ((self-evaluating? exp) exp) ((symbol? exp) (lookup exp env)) ((special-form/


© Ch. Boitet & Wang-Ju Tsai (GETA, CLIPS) ICUKL-2002, Goa, 25-29/11/02 1/46 International Conference on Universal Knowledge and Language (ICUKL2002),

score(icl>event,agt>human,fld>sport).@entry.@past.@complete obj agt head(pof>body).@def insplt Ronaldo (icl> proper noun) goal(icl>thing) pos mod left(aoj thing).@def © Ch. Boitet & Wang-Ju Tsai (GETA, CLIPS) ICUKL-2002, Goa, 25-29/11/02 9/46 Language : a simple UNL graph (c) graphical form, colored ==> Ronaldo has headed the ball into the left/


XML. 2 Microsoft The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a general-purpose markup language. markup language It is classified as an extensible language.

using XML as a base, you can create your own vocabularies. Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), Wireless Markup Language (WML), and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) are some examples of specialized XML vocabularies. 8 Microsoft Other Applications of XML Molecular / to be of type "#PCDATA" !ELEMENT heading defines the heading element to be of type "#PCDATA" !ELEMENT body defines the body element to be of type "#PCDATA" 35 Microsoft DTD Elements DTD elements can be defined as follows: –Sometimes,/


ISBN 0-321-49362-1 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

The values of the parameters are substituted into the function body The function body is evaluated The value of the last expression in the body is the value of the function Copyright © 2015 Pearson./Pearson. All rights reserved.1-70 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple syntax –Less efficient execution –Programs can automatically be made/


High-level programming languages High-level features relative to assembly language High-level features relative to assembly language ‘Highness’ = degree.

explicit Pascal, C Pascal, C simple, efficient, immediate simple, efficient, immediate allows ‘hand-tailored’ storage management allows ‘hand-tailored’ storage management or implicit or implicit Java, C++, functional languages Java, C++, functional languages garbage collector starts whenever space gets / routine is a single object capable of accepting multiple types compiled to a single body of code compiled to a single body of code generic routines are instantiated to create an own concrete routine for each/


Scheme in Scheme. Why implement Scheme in Scheme  Implementing a language is a good way to learn more about programming languages  Interpreters are.

Extend to procedures frame Bind arguments to formal parameters Evaluate procedure body in the new frame Return its value Our strategy  We’re implementing an interpreter for Scheme in Scheme  The host language (Scheme) will do many details: data representation, reading, /x) (printf "~s~n" x))) The Yin and Yang of Lisp The eval and apply operations have been fundamental from the start Simple mceval (define (mceval exp env) (cond ((self-evaluating? exp) exp) ((symbol? exp) (lookup exp env)) ((special-form/


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 14 Concurrency and distribution Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University.

of method-declarations. chord-declaration ::= method-header [ & method-header ]* body method-header ::= attributes modifiers [return-type | async] name (parms) 50 A Simple Buffer class Buffer { String get() & async put(String s) { / after transfer. 53 Concurrent ML Threads –New type of entity Communication –Synchronous channels Synchronization –Channels –Events Atomicity –No specific language support 54 Threads Thread creation –spawn : (unit  unit)  thread_id Example code CIO.print "begin parent "; spawn /


1 Languages and Compilers (SProg og Oversættere) Lecture 14 Concurrency and distribution Bent Thomsen Department of Computer Science Aalborg University.

-declarations instead of method-declarations. chord-declaration ::= method-header [ & method-header ]* body method-header ::= attributes modifiers [return-type | async] name (parms) 54 A Simple Buffer class Buffer { String get() & async put(String s) { return s; /IDL definitions an object implementation tells its clients what operations are available and how they should be invoked. Some programming languages have IDL mapping (C, C++, SmallTalk, Java,Lisp) 79 IDL Example module katytrail { module weather { /


ISBN 0-321-33025-0 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

define in Scheme) Function declaration form: fun name (parameters) = body; e.g., fun cube (x : int) = x * /language processing –Modeling of speech and vision Scheme is used to teach introductory programming at a significant number of universities Copyright © 2006 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-44 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple/


Chapter 1 Instructions: Language of the Computer Rabie A. Ramadan

More than 80% of the instructions executed are those using: Assignment statements, conditional branching and procedure calls. Simple assignment statements constitute almost 50% of those operations. Optimizing such instructions enhances the performance Reduced Instructions Set Computers /-= 1) { swap(v,j); } v in $a0, k in $a1, i in $s0, j in $s1 Chapter 2 — Instructions: Language of the Computer — 145 The Procedure Body move $s2, $a0 # save $a0 into $s2 move $s3, $a1 # save $a1 into $s3 move $s0, $zero # i =/


ISBN 0-321-49362-1 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

particular order The values of the parameters are substituted into the function body The function body is evaluated The value of the last expression in the body is the value of the function Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley./rights reserved.1-47 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple syntax –Inefficient execution –Programs can automatically be /


Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages. Copyright © 2012 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-2 Chapter 15 Topics Introduction Mathematical Functions.

order The values of the parameters are substituted into the function body The function body is evaluated The value of the last expression in the body is the value of the function Copyright © 2012 Addison-Wesley/ All rights reserved.1-70 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple syntax –Less efficient execution –Programs can automatically be made/


ACE TESOL Diploma Program – London Language Institute OBJECTIVES You will understand: 1. The importance of sentence grammar when teaching writing. 2. The.

sentence it is. There are four basic types of sentences: 1. simple 2. compound 3. complex 4. compound-complex ACE TESOL Diploma Program – London Language Institute SIMPLE SENTENCE A simple sentence is an independent clause. It can have more than one subject and/discusses its own topic, but each topic supports the same thesis statement. The essay consists of an introductory paragraph, body paragraphs and a concluding paragraph. The general form of the essay is the same, regardless of the rhetorical pattern /


1 Technologies for an Information Age:.opennet Extensible Style Language—XSLT Fall Semester 2001 MW 5:00 pm - 6:20 pm CENTRAL (not Indiana) Time Bryan.

 “XSL Transformations (XSLT)”, version 1.0: http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt  “XML Path Language (XPath)”, version 1.0: http://www.w3.org/TR/xpath 9 Simple Examples 10 Motivating Examples  XSL is quite sophisticated and in detail depends on a separate specification called / element is a reference to an actual template defined elsewhere.  So all our templates will have the form: template body  The pattern is an Xpath expression describing the nodes to which the template can be applied.  The processor scans/


ISBN 0-321-49362-1 Chapter 15 Functional Programming Languages.

list operations Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.1-35 ML Specifics Function declaration form: fun name ( parameters ) = body ; e.g., fun cube (x : int) = x * x * x; - The type could be attached to / rights reserved.1-40 Comparing Functional and Imperative Languages Imperative Languages: –Efficient execution –Complex semantics –Complex syntax –Concurrency is programmer designed Functional Languages: –Simple semantics –Simple syntax –Inefficient execution –Programs can automatically be made/


Gestures, body parts and numbers: Greater Awyu numerals in typological perspective Lourens de Vries (VU University Amsterdam) With thanks to the grants.

.) – A. Restricted systems: no or less than five numerals, with little internal structure (Piraha: no numerals, Australian languages: up to five numerals (1-5) – B. Simple systems with addition only: 1, 2, 3(=2+1), 4=2+2, e.g. Kombai (de Vries 1993)/Stasch (2001: 511) remarks: “…Korowai almost always enumerate days or other objects by gesturally and verbally counting off the body-part numerals to reach a total quantity, even when that total quantity is known or instantly perceptible..”. This is the /


MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY A LANGUAGE OF ITS OWN. Like a foreign language to most people. Made of terms that describe the Human body in detail. Used to convey.

the least confusion and most precision, to any medical professional in the world. Like a foreign language to most people. Made of terms that describe the Human body in detail. Used to convey the greatest quantity of information, with the least confusion and /strange and complicated at first. The medical language is logical in that each term, complex or simple, can be broken down into its basic component parts. The medical language is logical in that each term, complex or simple, can be broken down into its /


1 Aspectual Caml an Aspect-Oriented Functional Language Hideaki Tatsuzawa Hidehiko Masuhara Akinori Yonezawa University of Tokyo.

between aspects and modules –proposes small typed functional AOP language including module system –defines the semantics and proves its /print_string (“assoc with:”^elem^” ”); proceed env end infer the type of the advice body with the type environment extended with bound variables and “proceed” assoc:α  β/ call assoc elem] print_string (“assoc with:”^elem^” ”); proceed elem end Limitation of Simple Call Pointcuts Impossible to specify applications to partially applied functions let assoc1 = assoc “/


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