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Programmable parts: a demonstration of the grammatical approach to self-organization

J. Bishop, S. Burden, E. Klavins, R. Kreisberg, W. Malone, N. Napp, T. Nguyen
2005 2005 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
The system also presents a challenge to the grammatical method (and to distributed systems approaches in general) due to the stochastic nature of its dynamics.  ...  In this paper, we introduce a robotic implementation of the theory of graph grammars[12], which we use to model and direct self-organization in a formal, predictable and provably-correct fashion.  ...  Napp are partially supported by NSF Grant #0347955: "CAREER: Programmed Robotic Self Assembly". We would like to thank R. Gordeon, A. Horike and C.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2005.1545375 dblp:conf/iros/BishopBKKMNN05 fatcat:qhle27w7dfc3bhajwseuuwgfie

SEVERAL PURPOSES WITH ONE COURSE – THE CHALLENGE OF TEACHING TERMINOLOGY AS PART OF A PRACTICAL TRANSLATOR TRAINING PROGRAMME

Borka Richter
2018 Neofilolog  
The case study is of a Terminology course, as part of a post-graduate, two-semester, parttime programme in Translation, at Kodolányi János University of Applied Sciences in Hungary.  ...  A brief overview of how terminology is studied is followed by a presentation of the context, looking at the position of the course in relation to other courses in the same programme, and at the broader  ...  The case study is of a Terminology course, which forms an integral part of a post-graduate, two-semester, part-time programme in Translation, offered in Budapest, Hungary, by Kodolányi János University  ... 
doi:10.14746/n.2018.51.2.5 fatcat:vkckqoxvrvgstci4ecouq2bn3e

PROCEDURE FOR COOPERATIVE PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED WRITTEN COMMUNICATION OF PROSPECTIVE PROGRAMMERS

Nataliya Shandra
2021 Ìnformacìjnì Tehnologì ì Zasobi Navčannâ  
This study aims at investigating the effectiveness of the collaborative professional written communication in ESP classrooms to enhance future programmers' writing skills as well as improve their English  ...  , can be exceedingly useful in the professional training of prospective programmers.  ...  well as a part of self-guided work at home.  ... 
doi:10.33407/itlt.v84i4.4034 fatcat:rvtvd6qz6nb33p5e53kjwupkfu

The English Profile Programme – the first three years

Nick Saville, Roger Hawkey
2010 English Profile Journal  
to the general principles and approaches of the Council of Europe.  ...  The English Profile Programme is a major inter-disciplinary, research-based collaborative project to develop detailed reference level descriptions (RLDs) of the English of L2 language learners, linked  ...  Thus Because of the international framing of English Profile as a programme, and also the diversity of the approaches within it, members have been able to take part in the network according to their interests  ... 
doi:10.1017/s2041536210000061 fatcat:uvvks6bpqzdtvgecw2qulxlpe4

Whole-part and part-whole inferences in generative and cognitive linguistics

András Kertész, Csilla Rákosi
2005 Acta Linguistica Hungarica  
The paper focuses on the relation between the analytical philosophy of science and modular and holistic approaches to cognitive linguistics, respectively.  ...  The authors show that Chomsky's as well as Bierwisch & Lang's and Lakoff & Johnson's approaches make substantial use of non-demonstrative inferences which the standard view of the analytical philosophy  ...  (b) Human cognitive behaviour is organized in a modular way. Conclusion: (c) The grammatical system/the conceptual system/semantic form is organized in a modular way.  ... 
doi:10.1556/aling.52.2005.2-3.5 fatcat:6sii5tufpzguffsc2qq5zwg6oy

Developing Critical Literacy: Teacher Candidates in Initial Teacher Education Programmes

Vanithamani Saravanan et. al.
2013 International Journal of Bilingual & Multilingual Teachers of English  
Programme) and in the BEd (Bachelor of Education Programme).  ...  This impetus in curriculum initiatives is a result of the reform movement in Bahrain, (Bahrain Education Reform, 2006).  ...  The structural analysis that follows is used to demonstrate the way in which the students used instructional strategies to develop and organize writing.  ... 
doi:10.12785/ijbmte/010204 fatcat:665qhlpfenetndtwtudupk6ehq

Language and culture learning in higher education via telecollaboration [chapter]

Dorothy M. Chun
2019 Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Programmes in Higher Education  
In addition, a telling case, the Cultura model, implemented in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, demonstrates a successful approach (with accompanying research) to telecollaboration for language and culture  ...  A multi-national example of the integration of telecollaborative networks in European university language classes collaborating online, the INTENT project, is described.  ...  The goal of the project was to foster participants' awareness of cultural identities and knowledge of self and otherness.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315204239-2 fatcat:ihvgukhynvho5cnmed5bryd3aa

Language Production Part 2

D. R. Salatino
2018 Zenodo  
For this purpose, we have described the biological elements that intervene the production of the word and then stop at the psychological aspects of production, something we did through an approach to one  ...  We will conclude this study with the proposal of a model of conventional language production from their 'junction' with natural language, that is, how one 'transforms' into the other; a transformation  ...  Any of the approaches show a typical pattern that has been proposed since the last quarter of the previous century on.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1324959 fatcat:jcbhnjzq2zfibewdx2cu5exnc4

Literacy engagement in the extended French and French immersion programmes (Grades 4–6)

Marina Antony-Newman
2018 International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism  
This was a fruitful and enjoyable part of my life, and I would like to show appreciation to all people involved in it.  ...  These signs of improvement demonstrate that all the three languages function in one system, influencing each other and raising the language awareness of plurilingual students. iii AKNOWLEDGEMENTS Writing  ...  She shows a good control of linking words and cohesive devices, as her text is smooth and well-structured. She demonstrates a high degree of grammatical accuracy with occasional grammatical errors.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13670050.2018.1491947 fatcat:di6yit5xyja37lqxp2pnl4g2ye

Students' Attitudes towards the English Proficiency Enhancement Programme

Engku Suhaimi Engku Atek, Zailani Jusoh, Alia Nabila Alias, Wahidah Abdul Wahid, Izah Mohd Tahir
2012 International Journal of Education  
An exploratory study aimed to discover the development of self-efficacy and interest of learning English through participation in a collaborative learning programme had been organised.  ...  After completing 12 English tutoring classes of teaching experience, the five undergraduate students were invited to attend a focus group interview.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the help and support from the undergraduate students from the institute, teachers and principals of secondary school.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ije.v4i3.1475 fatcat:4fcfciz5hrh7hgaef7juezuqjy

Analysis of the MUII-plus mentorship programme: reflections of Fellows' experiences and lessons for other programmes

Irene Andia Biraro, Emmanuella Driciru, Rehema Namaganda, Fiona Luboga, Charles Kato Drago, Anne Wajja, Brenda Okech, Mary Gorrethy N. Mboowa, Raymond Muganyizi, Moses Kizza, Stephen Cose, Victoria Diana Bukirwa (+2 others)
2021 AAS Open Research  
The MUII mentorship programme began 11 years ago with a successful group mentorship model. Over the years, the programme has evolved and is presently anchored on the "GROW" approach.  ...  The biggest threat to the mentorship programme was the busy schedule of mentors.  ...  to have either combined all of these factors into a specific section on mentoring or into an additional table.  ... 
doi:10.12688/aasopenres.13091.2 fatcat:zhdsb3ysjjhjdagazuyl3ztl3i

ClinkNotes: Towards a Corpus-Based, Machine-Aided Programme of Translation Teaching

Chunshen Zhu, Po-Ching Yip
2010 Meta : Journal des traducteurs  
The first author also wishes to thank La Trobe University, Australia, for an IAS Fellowship (June-August 2006), which has helped expedite the completion of this report.  ...  The project was first presented at the international symposium, For a Proactive Tra nslatology, Université de Montréal, 7-9 April 2005.  ...  a lexico-grammatical paradigm, as is often seen in the practised manoeuvre of word/phrase alignment, part-of-speech tagging, word counting, and keywordin-context concordancing, to indicate such linguistic  ... 
doi:10.7202/044247ar fatcat:kidfcomqxbauzctprak6alx6ce

World Sanskrit Conference 2018 Vancouver, Canada : Programme

Adheesh Sathaye
2018 Zenodo  
World Sanskrit Conference 2018 Vancouver, Canada : Programme  ...  The panel is conceived of as two interlinked and subsequent parts: The first part will focus on topics that relate to the concrete strategies concerning the organization of society in this project to provide  ...  One is to show the similar structure of arguments in the refutation of the inference of God's existence and to demonstrate the presuppositions that must be made to defeat the opponent, i.e. the Naiyāyika  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1340230 fatcat:2uo5txmtr5fwlb5iyv35xw6fma

Part-of-speech index | [chapter]

2014 A Frequency Dictionary of Russian  
The dictionary also contains twenty-six thematically organized and frequency-ranked lists of words on a variety of topics, such as food and drink, travel, and sports and leisure.  ...  So, for example, if you would prefer not to simply drill down through the word frequency list, but would rather focus on verbs for example, the part-of-speech index will allow you to focus on just the  ...  In addition, the level of syncretism is relatively high: forms can usually have several grammatical interpretations depending on the context; the same is observed across part-of-speech (POS) categories  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315852157-12 fatcat:mjf2hbckvvec3jsdznoa2mglx4

A web-based self-management programme for people with type 2 diabetes: the HeLP-Diabetes research programme including RCT

Elizabeth Murray, Jamie Ross, Kingshuk Pal, Jinshuo Li, Charlotte Dack, Fiona Stevenson, Michael Sweeting, Steve Parrott, Maria Barnard, Lucy Yardley, Susan Michie, Carl May (+5 others)
2018 Programme Grants for Applied Research  
Results Data from WPs A and B supported our holistic approach and addressed all areas of self-management (medical, emotional and role management).  ...  Objectives Our aim was to develop, evaluate and implement a web-based self-management programme for people with T2DM at any stage of their illness journey, with the goal of improving access to, and uptake  ...  Acknowledgements Contributions of others The authors wish to thank Fiona Giles, UCL; Helen Gibson, diabetes specialist nurse; Rebecca Owen, diabetes specialist nurse; Dr Anisoara Jardim, programme manager  ... 
doi:10.3310/pgfar06050 fatcat:agkngbxvmnhlfn6xbfb5kb247e
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