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Training Markup Language
TML stands for Training Markup Language. TML is a markup language aiming at providing a simple and clean way to describe a training/workout with the exercises and the performances.
I really enjoyed my workout because of my TML logs!
150kg x 5 @ 7 160kg x 5 @ 8 160kg x 5 @ 8 160kg x 5 @ 9 my squat session felt really great! I hit my RPEs seamlessly!
150kg x 5 @ 7 160kg x 5 @ 8 160kg x 5 @ 8 160kg x 5 @ 9 my deadlift session felt really great! I hit my RPEs seamlessly!
25 x 4 it felt really hard, trust me!
Requires Java 9+ The goal of this is to combine a lot of the various techniques in machine learning, some of which I have learned in detail in my classes, and some of these have just been touched upon. The techniques I'm going to explore:
Multiple classification: What to learn:
The languages I'm going to try to classify:
These languages are strategically chosen: Given a phrase in one of the languages below, the program can detect and correctly classify the language, using machine learning techniques on training data.
The above graph shows the Decision Tree accuracy vs depth. Parameters used: examplesFile=training.txt testingFile=testing.txt numberGenerations=75 poolSize=20, with varying tree depth (1-10). The above shows that the testing accuracy peaks at 95.9%. Overfitting starts to play a part once the depth of the trees exceeds 6. Each iteration of the training took around 12 seconds on my 4 core computer.
The above graph shows the Adaptive Boosting accuracy vs ensemble size. Parameters used: examplesFile=training.txt testingFile=testing.txt numberGenerations=75 poolSize=20, with varying ensemble size (1-15). The above shows that the testing accuracy peaks at 97.2%, with 10 decision stumps in the ensemble. Each iteration of training took around 14 seconds, with the time only slightly increasing with larger ensemble sizes. The attribute learning took much of the time.
GAE-Bag-of-Words (GAE-BoW) is a Natural Languange Processing (NLP) model developed during an hackathon project that took place in Salerno (Naples-Italy). The challenge concerned the development of an hybrid mobile application to lead young students in finding their training and professional paths, promoting innovative ways that link the academic and the business world. I and my colleagues developed in 24h a prototype mobile application, that based on a Machine Learning technique wouldve helped new students to decide their own study affinity area. In practice, we firstly invited the students to fill up a survey, in which we presented different questions regarding: topics of study, hobby, types of books, etc. Secondly, we adopted a NLP model (BoW) to process the input data (train set) and then we trained a ML model able to list several disciplines for which a studen is most prone to. The ML model is learned on the basis of about 1,000 surveys, submitted by students of different areas of study. We have won the first prize, which then has provided the complete development of the mobile application.
eFlashcard is a flexible program designed for the purposes of enhancing vocabulary learning by making it more interactive. "Flashcards" can be custom-written and organized into sets. Sets can be combined to make groupings. Build your library today!
Virastyar is an spell checker for low-resource languages
Virastyar is a free and open-source (FOSS) spell checker. It stands upon the shoulders of many free/libre/open-source (FLOSS) libraries developed for processing low-resource languages, especially Persian and RTL languages Publications: Kashefi, O., Nasri, M., & Kanani, K. (2010). Towards Automatic Persian Spell Checking. SCICT. Kashefi, O., Sharifi, M., & Minaie, B. (2013). A novel string distance metric for ranking Persian respelling suggestions. Natural Language Engineering, 19(2), 259-284. Rasooli, M. S., Kahefi, O., & Minaei-Bidgoli, B. (2011). Effect of adaptive spell checking in Persian. In NLP-KE Contributors: Omid Kashefi Azadeh Zamanifar Masoumeh Mashaiekhi Meisam Pourafzal Reza Refaei Mohammad Hedayati Kamiar Kanani Mehrdad Senobari Sina Iravanin Mohammad Sadegh Rasooli Mohsen Hoseinalizadeh Mitra Nasri Alireza Dehlaghi Fatemeh
The study environment of ancient languages (Coptic, Greek, Latin)
Marcion is a software forming a study environment of ancient languages (esp. Coptic, Greek, Latin) and providing many tools and resources (dictionaties, grammars, texts). Although Marcion is focused on to study the gnosticism and early christianity, it is an universal library working with various file formats and allowing to collect, organize and backup texts of any kind. Overview of gnostic sources in Coptic language delivered with Marcion: Nag Hammadi Library; Berlin Codex; Codex Tchacos (Gospel of Judas); Askew Codex (Pistis Sophia); Bruce Codex (Books of Jeu) Overview of sources of early christianity in Coptic, Greek and Latin languages: Septuagint (LXX); Greek New Testament; Coptic New Testament (Sahidic, Bohairic); Latin Vulgate
Teaches the Japanese Kana using a repetitive approach. You must quickly enter each Kana's romanji when it falls from the top of the screen. By the time you have completed all 30 levels you will know the romanji and pronunciation for every Kana character = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = UPDATE 2012-08-15: Software license has been updated to the MIT License! In the source files it still say GPL, so please just ignore that. All of the code is now released under the MIT License so you can now easily use it for commercial use! This MIT License only applies to the source code. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
Text to Speech engine for English and many other languages. Compact size with clear but artificial pronunciation. Available as a command-line program with many options, a shared library for Linux, and a Windows SAPI5 version.
A speech synthesis and recognition library that is cross-platform, accessible from Java and C++, and has a very small API. Uses CMU Sphinx4 and FreeTTS internally.
Arabisc is speaker independent large vocabulary continuous speech recognizer for Arabic language released under GNU license.It is also a collection of open source tools that allows researchers and developers to build speech recognition systems for Arab
Sayz Me is a text-to-speech application for Windows. Text can be typed in or read from clipboard. Words are highlighted when spoken. Select voice, adjust reading speed, voice pitch, font and color. Simple and easy to use.
Text-to-Speech for Basque and Spanish
Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque and Spanish. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder.
Text-to-Speech TTS for Basque, Spanish, Catalan, Galician and English
Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque, Spanish, Catalan, Galician and English. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for all the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder.
FreeTTS is a speech synthesis engine written entirely in the Java(tm) programming language. FreeTTS was written by the Sun Microsystems Laboratories Speech Team and is based on CMU's Flite engine. FreeTTS also includes a partial JSAPI 1.0
Subtitle translator from one natural language to other.
Translating subtitles in format SubRip from one natural language to other. It is based on Google Translate without API and therefore without payment. Translator have automatic and manual spell checkers.
Speech recognition software for English & Polish languages
Software for speech recognition in English & Polish languages. Basic versions of SkryBot: 1. SkryBot Home Speech (English Language) - 2. SkryBot DoMowy (Polish Language) - More help: Domain advanced versions (Polish Language) 1. SkryBot Prawo - for judicial professionals. 2. SkryBot Administracyjny - for civil and government administration. 3. SkryBot Medycyna Rodzinna - for physicians Professional version of SkryBot (commercial) offers you: 1. Audio conversion and cutting sound files into smaller ones. 2. Searching for words or phrases in sound files (recognized by SkryBot). 3. Editing sound files and automatic cutting off long silence parts in audio file.
Nyquist is a language for sound synthesis and music composition. It is implemented in C and C++ and runs on Win32, OSX, and Linux. Nyquist combines a powerful functional programming style with efficient signal-processing primitives.
Edit SRT subtitles
The "Gummy srt" is a small user friendly application that is designed to easy adjust the srt subtitles on the video clip.
This is a very useful tool for Chinese users with less computer skill watching Foreign movies easier. It automatically find movie subtitle from share sites and config them ready for watching.
"LeELa player" is an audio-video player to learn a language (e.g. English for non-speakers) using subtitles in movies (.srt) and songs (.lrc).
STDL (Structured test description language) is a domain-specific testing language that is used to auto-generate unit test code. It supports a myriad of output languages (incl. C#). The project's aim is that of reducing the resources required for testing
EasyHTML is an easy-to-use scripting language that allows you to write websites using (X)HTML-, CSS- and portions of JavaSript- and PHP-Elements with one simple syntax. The Syntax can be held in many different (spoken) languages.
FScript is an simple, though powerful scripting language. Its intended use is as an embedded language in other Java programs. It's main benefits are simple extension options and small size (around 50k as a jar). FScriptME is FScript for J2ME.
JBasic is a traditional BASIC language intepreter written in Java for command line or embedded use. It supports conventional GW-BASIC style syntax, plus some modern extensions for supporting threads, JDBC, etc. JBasic can be run directly from a shell.
In the field of Language Tools learning from a live instructor-led and hand-on training courses would make a big difference as compared with watching a video learning materials. Participants must maintain focus and interact with the trainer for questions and concerns. In Qwikcourse, trainers and participants uses DaDesktop , a cloud desktop environment designed for instructors and students who wish to carry out interactive, hands-on training from distant physical locations.
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