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Project Description

It's great for "I need to know a lot of stuff, and fast". Here are the pedogogical objectives, please generate a study session.

Capabilities

  • study more HTML and CSS so I can make my site look better.
  • Implement a system for recording when we learn different Cyc concepts. Integrate into clear/Academician/study space.
  • Maybe study more about type systems and the like before writing the kmax-object-manipulation-system
  • do a study of all the files which are not showing up in 'boss updatedb', i.e. things like frdcsa/emacs/ and maybe things like cyc-mode/hybrid/..
  • Have NLU study Rosetta-Code
  • Be sure to pace my learning of new languages with repeated work on existing languages. For instance, I should certainly attempt to keep up my abilities with different programming languages, like my abilities with Perl, by repeatedly refreshing myself on different topics. To do this involves actively refreshing my memory - the task should ideally be guided by a program, either study, etc. Empirically quantify the decay of knowledge by computing a difficulty ordering over the set of concepts (relative to the user), and then testing questions for each concept as needed.
  • Integrate SPSE2 planning domains/study domains with clear for reading list management.
  • study more other people's work.
  • Academician should make use of suppositional-reasoner in order to plan out what to study, etc.
  • Index and study more AI systems, make a knowledge base of them.
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Sep 21 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "150184" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Sep 14 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "149556" "30 minutes")
  • KBS, MySQL:freekbs:default assert ("due-date-for-entry" "select * from messages where Contents like '%Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 31 14:30:00 CDT 2010%' 148666" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 31 14:30:00 CDT 2010
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 24 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "148225" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 17 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "147919" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 10 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "147230" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Aug 3 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "145964" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Fri Jul 30 19:22:12 CDT 2010
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jul 20 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "145318" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jul 6 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "143737" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jun 29 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "142707" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jun 15 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "140634" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jun 8 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "140039" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jun 1 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "138424" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue May 25 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "137959" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue May 4 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "135245" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Apr 27 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "133907" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Apr 20 14:30:00 CDT 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "132345" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Mar 2 14:30:00 CST 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "127246" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Feb 23 14:30:00 CST 2010
    ("due-date-for-entry" "126550" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 22 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "124824" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 1 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "124437" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Nov 10 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "120439" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Oct 27 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "116123" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Sep 29 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "114439" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jul 7 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "113198" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue May 26 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "112869" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Apr 28 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "112172" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Apr 21 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "112024" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Apr 7 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "111677" "30 minutes")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Mar 24 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "111152" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "111152")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Mar 17 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "110626" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "110626")
  • Write a verber module for study
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Mar 10 14:30:00 CDT 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "109420" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "109420")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Mar 3 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "107800" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "107800")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Feb 24 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "106948" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "106948")
  • As part of job-search, extract top capabilities that are being requested by various groups, correlate to community value and, and study those areas/ recommend they be studied. For instance, drupal was mentioned several times, though I don't know how to administer it - hence go to a few drupal meetings.
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Feb 17 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "106150" "30 minutes")
    ("completed" "106150")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Feb 3 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "105340" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "105340")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jan 27 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "104883" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "104883")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jan 20 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "104689" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "104689")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jan 13 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "104460" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "104460")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Jan 6 14:30:00 CST 2009
    ("due-date-for-entry" "104218" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "104218")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 30 14:30:00 CST 2008
    ("due-date-for-entry" "104015" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "104015")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 23 14:30:01 CST 2008
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 16 14:30:00 CST 2008
    ("due-date-for-entry" "103536" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "103536")
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 9 14:30:00 CST 2008
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Dec 2 14:30:00 CST 2008
    ("due-date-for-entry" "98689" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "98689")
  • study financial mathematics.
  • study is similar to podcasting.
  • study NLP techniques for this system.
  • study machine learning by Tom Mitchell, etc.
  • GNU Formalized Research Database Cluster study and Apply
  • We can actually model who is saying to do what, so that we may learn from what groups of people are saying, and based on calculations about many things - about deceptions they might be interested (using inference models), i.e. motives, and other things, determine what are areas that are good to study, so that we can learn by social osmosis.
  • Sleedy (sleep/study)
  • Goal is to get study up and running ASAP and actually reading things to me, while I continue to work on it.
  • study learning streams should be information theoretically strong in some sense.
  • Obviously I am going to have to study up on how to be a team player if that is the problem.
  • study can have this, and have domain specific stuff for these applications.
  • study is similar to podcasting.
  • Get study working better.
  • GNU Formalized Research Database Cluster study and Apply
  • study financial mathematics.
  • study nlp techniques for this system.
  • study ways to manage Emacs windows better.
  • study crew resource management
  • study semantic web services like Mad.
  • study the theory of tact.
  • study vocabulary.
  • study law in detail.
  • study should model business content areas by analyzing logs and using subsumption reasoning across tasks.
  • In order to do better testing for the study project, Dean should draft notes regarding failure scenarios.
  • We should study the art of wiring.
  • study has to take their beliefs into account, so belief modelling is important here.
  • study allows people to select which topics they like and use semantic inference.
  • study can also use other areas like researchindex.com's topic index, etc.
  • study successful underdog situations.
  • Rather than just marching out and trying to program in a language you don't really know you should do a full study of it.
  • study should ask people what they want to study, and then have them do so.
  • study complex methods of machine learning.
  • study - Add to the ITS responsibilities for Debian operation to install the debian fortune package since it contains useful tips.
  • study - Cara has training checklists for ISP Inhouse and Field Tech.
  • study - test for conceptual understanding, for instance, the difference between Perl modules and distributions.
  • The study system should model motivation for certain solutions, and use that to vector people along.
  • study - reading system needs additional rules to reinforce its search.
  • study social psychology to understand the roots of racism.
  • That can be used by study, etc.
  • study should consult heavily from Citeseer.
  • Find out what the best area is for me to study.
  • mantra/study should support the ability to teach skills to bi-lingual users in return for them translating the manuals.
  • study/fieldgoal/EM must guarantee familiarity with various areas.
  • Setup cso prefetch and study of existing applicaitons.
  • Use picform Contexts for unilang classification, study assignment, etc. Eventually, develop Context classifier as part of critic?
  • apply critic to study
  • Get brainleach, study (the two are actually related) working well.
  • architect the entire study system first - before starting writing any part of it.
  • Systematically study the properties of various systems, like logrotate -- all systems installed on this computer, and use them to maximimum advantage for these projects.
  • study should use table of contents as the source for all extracted subject areas.
  • Agenda: <study Gaelic> <study Gaelic> Tue Nov 25 14:30:00 CST 2008
    ("due-date-for-entry" "85995" "30 minutes")
    ("skipped" "85995")
  • study more carefully which groups have helped our causes, so we don't offend them by being antagonistic
  • For study, replace pedagogical objectives with either instructional objectives for educational and victory conditions for entertainment.
  • study: http://www.autotutor.org/what/what.htm
  • study on the use of words.
  • Look up techniques for mapping these messages using various features. study machine learning, etc.
  • By not giving away too much information which can't be true or is specific to agent interaction history, I could then meet in person and have very little to study in the briefing.
  • Some areas that I want to study are EER (Enhanced Entity Relationship) models and UML models.
  • I need to revisit the theory of RSR or study more.
  • while not individually, collectively it would be much easier on me to simply read books, rather than spend shit loads of time solving particular problems. In other words - the planning system should almost always ahve me study the work before I do it. Kind of like the educational system.
  • I can do an all night study/sleep thing, actually. Best to go home.
  • Here is some thinking on the part of the job. The major problem of course is convincing Jeff that I know what to do. Now, I can study some here to improve my understanding of C/C++, but that may or may not be sufficient to convince him. Jeff is skeptical of me.
  • We need to study writings of Mao, Gandi, Stallman, etc.
  • study ways of issuing commands without doing so.
  • We can do a few things - we can study public policy. We can also ask people to head up given project areas - to be the manager of such and such component of the AI.
  • Commission study of performance issues for event.pm given current unilang system
  • "With DotGNU and Mono, you will be able to use C# if you wish, without surrendering your freedom to study, share, change and generally control all the software that you use," Free Software Foundation President Richard Stallman said in a statement Monday.
  • (really, should just put a debian folder in with each internal codebase so that packages can be generated directly from these, or simply study how people do incremental packaging of online sources)
  • study NLP so that I know how to do sentence detection
  • I should study the mono framework, and study all these other application topics. Add topical support to clairvoyance, so that it know what topics I am studying.
  • I think that I have made quiet a good discovery just now, in the same way that people cannot understand mathematics when bereft of the adequate language to describe it, same to political thinking. Therefore, the study of language is absolutely essential. Of course, there are preserved, ancient, hidden dialects.
  • Tell them that I have been working on an open source nutrition management system, but that these games are very cool since they program the user to do these things automatically, which will speed up and make more usable my software since they won't have to check everything. Neither will they have to study which of course no one will do.
  • something worth looking into, I mean, as a topic of study. I suppose
  • Commission a study of what specific things to do/say to avoid giving this impression. For instance, we can say we are only interested in having about 20 people. Specifically construct things which we say which are designed to refute each and every axiom of a pyramid/etc scheme. They try to act like they aren't. Hmmm. Well, just because we try does not mean we are.
  • Although, when we get the system working, we should also have it cause us to study quite frequently.
  • There is something in the middle of ITS and Clairvoyance. ITS has a domain in mind, and clairvoyance tracks what you read. Perhaps it is clairvoyance, but basically, there should be tracking of Managers classes. For instance, if I say I should study prolog, then it should watch as I study, etc.
  • After reading a lot of mathematics, I am getting interested in resuming the study of it, although, how well could we progress without our system? Not well I'm afraid. Although some of the concepts introduced may help with sharpening of the mind, since people tend to dull it.
  • Justin, you have all the makings of a math god, just think, you have all this time to study, and you all the privacy in the world. This is quite good and I am sure that in your present situation you could become quite excelled at mathematics. You certainly have the brains. all you require is to take some input.
  • need to study social game theory more
  • objective - study perl modules for use
  • make sure to study perl refactoring.
  • some things have come to mind - break down the study of pse into smaller, more feasible sections. I.e., at what level are we planning. Use existing research to guide this.
  • With the Clairvoyance system, track what data the user has seen in an effort to determine, based on empirically tested psychological models, what the user might be interested in or should study. I.E. create a toolkit for such interactions.


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