Formal languages | Applied mathematics

In computer science, in particular in the field of formal language theory,an abstract family of languages is an abstract mathematical notion generalizing characteristics common to the regular languages, the context-free languages and the recursively enumerable languages, and other families of formal languages studied in the scientific literature. (Wikipedia).

Introduction to the C programming language. Part of a larger series teaching programming. See http://codeschool.org

From playlist The C language

Introduction to the C programming language. Part of a larger series teaching programming. See http://codeschool.org

From playlist The C language

Programming Languages - (part 6 of 7)

How source code becomes a running program, how languages are categorized, and a survey of important languages. Part of a larger series teaching programming. Visit http://codeschool.org

From playlist Programming Languages

TYP103 - The Classification of Languages

This E-Lecture discusses and exemplifies the main parameters of language classification: structural parameters, such as analytic vs. synthetic, word order properties, i.e. the ordering of the main functional elements subject, verb and object, as well as suprasegmental phonological criteria

From playlist VLC300 - Applied Linguistics

Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language - Machine Learning | Introduction | #datascience

Don’t forget to subscribe! This project series is an elementary introduction to the wolfram language. Developed by Wolfram Research, it is a multi-paradigm programming language. It is the language of the mathematical symbolic computation program Mathematica. It is scalable for programs

From playlist Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language

This E-Lecture discusses the main approaches towards the definition of language universals: empiricism and rationalism and lists the central parameters along which universals can be chracterized. Furthermore, it shows the central parameters along which languages can be typologized.

From playlist VLC108 - Language Typology

The abstract chromatic number - Leonardo Nagami Coregliano

Computer Science/Discrete Mathematics Seminar I Topic: The abstract chromatic number Speaker: Leonardo Nagami Coregliano Affiliation: University of Chicago Date: March 22, 2021 For more video please visit http://video.ias.edu

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#i3G This Video is about the origins of language. It reviews two hypotheses among the several available theories. #homo sapiens #homo erectus #Neanderthals #Noam Chomsky #Ian Tattersall #Robert Berwick #Daniel Everette

From playlist What is Language?

Abstraction - Seminar 4 - Sufficient statistics and the Koopman-Pitman-Darmois theorem

This seminar series is on the relations among Natural Abstraction, Renormalisation and Resolution. This week Alexander Oldenziel explains some more of Wenworth's view of natural abstractions, presents the story of sufficient statistics and the Koopman-Pitman-Darmois theorem. The webpage f

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(May 26, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky finishes his lecture on language and then dives into his discussion about schizophrenia. He discusses environmental factors as well as genetic characteristics that could apply to people who are affected. He describes schizophrenia as a disease of th

From playlist Lecture Collection | Human Behavioral Biology

Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language - Machine Learning | Session 15 | #datascience

Don’t forget to subscribe! This project series is an elementary introduction to the wolfram language. Developed by Wolfram Research, it is a multi-paradigm programming language. It is the language of the mathematical symbolic computation program Mathematica. It is scalable for programs

From playlist Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language

Sculpting Behavior: Developing a Language for Hands-on Learning

(January 16, 2009) Hayes Raffle of Nokia Research presents the Topobo system, a class of tools that helps people transition from simple but intuitive exploration to abstract and flexible exploration. Children use Topobo to transitiion from hands-on knowledge to theories that can be tested

From playlist Course | Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (2008-2009)

Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language - Machine Learning | Session 29 | #datascience

Don’t forget to subscribe! This project series is an elementary introduction to the wolfram language. Developed by Wolfram Research, it is a multi-paradigm programming language. It is the language of the mathematical symbolic computation program Mathematica. It is scalable for programs

From playlist Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language

PROG2006: Haskell 01, About abstract thinking

PROG2006: Haskell 01, About abstract thinking Introduction to Haskell, GHCI, types, functions

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Lecturer: Dr. Erin M. Buchanan Missouri State University Summer/Fall 2016 PSY 523 Psychology and Language lectures covering material from Harley's The Psychology of Language: From Data to Theory. Lecture materials and assignments available at statisticsofdoom.com. https://statisticsofdo

From playlist PSY 523 Psychology and Language

Algebraic torus actions on Fukaya categories - Yusuf Barış Kartal

Joint IAS/Princeton/Montreal/Paris/Tel-Aviv Symplectic Geometry Topic: Algebraic torus actions on Fukaya categories and tameness of change in Floer homology under symplectic isotopies Speaker: Yusuf Barış Kartal Affiliation: Princeton University Date: February 05, 2021 For more video pl

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Phonemes are the central building blocks in phonology. Using the physical approach towards the phoneme this e-lecture discusses the method of using minimal pairs to discover the phonemes of a language as well as the phenomenon of free variation. This clip is thus a supplement to "Phonolog

From playlist VLC109 - Phonetics and Phonology

Artist Salon featuring Carey Perloff - Secrets from the Rehearsal Room

Carey Perloff is a director, playwright, producer, book author and educator who served as Artistic Director of the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco for 25 years (1992 to 2018). Carey’s career as a director in the American theater was profoundly shaped by her close collabora

From playlist Edward T. Cone Concert Series Discussion

Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language - Machine Learning | Session 23 | #datascience

From playlist Elementary Introduction To Wolfram Language

RailsConf 2018: Ruby: A Family History by Geoffrey Litt

Ruby: A Family History by Geoffrey Litt Rails is made possible by Ruby’s unique combination of deep dynamism and pragmatic elegance. In turn, Ruby inherited many of its core ideas from older languages including Lisp, Smalltalk, and Perl. In this talk, we’ll take a tour of these languages

From playlist RailsConf 2018