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Real Time Speech Based Integrated Development Environment for C Program

Real Time Speech Based Integrated Development Environment for C Program

The language model is used to assign probability to each word according to their frequencies. This language model will facilitate to predict the subsequent word during the testing phase of the speech recognition. In speech recognition if the HMM model didn’t predict the word correctly, then language model will find out the subse- quent sequence word using these calculated probability values. Different types of language models can be built, e.g. unigram, bigram, trigram model, etc. Unigram model is used to find out one single word, whereas bigram model is used to predict the predecessor or successor word. Trigram model is used to predict the predecessor and the successor of the given word.
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Design and Development of an Intelligent Tutoring System for C# Language

Design and Development of an Intelligent Tutoring System for C# Language

Intelligent tutoring system technology in education seemed to make it stress-free to teach and study. The system we are presenting in this paper is desktop application to help in self education but one day we will found online application work on the same approach, so it will allow the tutors to edit and add new information to the tools. It can allow the tutors to provide some instructions to the students that might the students don’t know it. Also, utilization Intelligent tutoring system increase day by day, larger amount of data retrieved from student can help to improve the system. on the other hand some researchers are working to make tutoring system contain voice & video lessons and simulate education environment with feedback cycle between tutors and students. Intelligent systems might one day be able to respond the student’s words, facial expres- sion, or body language.
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Design and Development of an ITS for C# Language

Design and Development of an ITS for C# Language

Intelligent tutoring system technology in education seemed to make it stress-free to teach and study. The system we are presenting in this paper is desktop application to help in self education but one day we will found online application work on the same approach, so it will allow the tutors to edit and add new information to the tools. It can allow the tutors to provide some instructions to the students that might the students don’t know it. Also, utilization Intelligent tutoring system increase day by day, larger amount of data retrieved from student can help to improve the system. on the other hand some researchers are working to make tutoring system contain voice & video lessons and simulate education environment with feedback cycle between tutors and students. Intelligent systems might one day be able to respond the student’s words, facial expres- sion, or body language.
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Design and Implementation of Information Display Platform about Grain Economy Team Based on ASP NET

Design and Implementation of Information Display Platform about Grain Economy Team Based on ASP NET

Abstract. In recent years, based on the actual situation and demand, this paper develops a platform for information display of Grain Economy Team, it which were build a resource sharing system based on B/S architecture and ASP.NET development technology is efficient and accurate in managing food grain team, in order to improve the rational industry competitiveness, stimulate the creativity of science and technology personnel, carry out scientific and technological innovation, the production demonstration and technology services, and achieve food team of information technology development [1].
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CHALLENGES FACED BY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN TEACHING

CHALLENGES FACED BY DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN TEACHING

SEPT-OCTOBER, 2014. VOL-II/XIV www.srjis.com Page 2248 opportunities created by interaction with culturally diversified people and who have biased opinions of minority professors even before coming into contact with them. Noticed that some students avoid enrolling in particular courses after seeing foreign names of instructors listed in a course schedule. Minority professors are viewed as less competent as the “domestic” ones. This not only limits students’ opportunities to learn through cultural exchange, but it also exerts negative influence on the professors who may not have enough people to teach or whose self-confidence can be lowered because of their thinking that their professional and/or language competence is not enough for their students. There were reporting racial problems in higher education. In end-of-course evaluations domestic professors were rated higher than the minority ones, moreover, some students did not respect and criticized them without any particular reason apart from different linguistic or ethnic background.
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Art and Science of Smalltalk - Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials

Art and Science of Smalltalk - Free Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Technical Books, Lecture Notes and Tutorials

The Smalltalk class library is implemented using the Smalltalk language. It is built in the same way as you will build your own classes. Unlike the language itself though, the class library is very extensive. You could program in Smalltalk for years and never get to know the whole thing. This is not a problem though, because Smalltalk systems include all the source-code for the class library. This may seem like a dubious benefit. After all, the last thing most C programmers need or want is the source-code for the compiler (and, as we shall see, the editor, the debugger, the window system,...)! The presence of all this source-code makes large amounts of technicality frighteningly visible, but it also allows you to see precisely how the system works. If you can't remember what types of conditional branch are supported, you can look them up. If you need to understand some particular nuance of an operation in the class library, you can see exactly how it is implemented. Sounds frightening? Not so...
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Large Lexicons for Natural Language Processing: Utilising the Grammar Coding System of LDOCE

Large Lexicons for Natural Language Processing: Utilising the Grammar Coding System of LDOCE

We describe the development of a dictionary support environment linking a restructured version o f the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English to natural language processing systems..[r]

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Language Based Environment for Natural Language Parsing

Language Based Environment for Natural Language Parsing

In the Figure 2 states labelled "BUILD PHRASE ON RIGHT" and "FIND REGENT ON RIGHT" push the verb to the left stack and pop the right stack for the current constituent.. When the verb is [r]

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ErwinDavidson_unc_0153D_18499.pdf

ErwinDavidson_unc_0153D_18499.pdf

Teachers’ recognition of, and responsivity to, students’ needs were indicators of each teacher’s ability to build relationships. A teacher’s ability to make rapid shifts and adjustments in verbal and nonverbal language between children with and without CCN gave clues to the degree of attunement to students. The teacher appeared to be determined to be attuned to a student when she knew: (a) how much language the student could attend to and hold in memory, at any point in time; (b) how well the child understood her verbal instructions, given different forms of assistance; and (c) how best the student received teacher input. When verbal and nonverbal behaviors were well-synchronized and the teacher was following the student’s lead and seeing the student’s perspective, a synchronous classroom environment was created. During moments of empathy, the teachers were alert to the students’ need for significant amounts of ostensive feedback, which included explicit re-statement of the spoken message along with attention brought back to the content words (i.e. nouns) of mutual reference, either physically or mentally represented.
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Learning to Speak and Act in a Fantasy Text Adventure Game

Learning to Speak and Act in a Fantasy Text Adventure Game

We use the collected dataset to investigate how a model can both speak and act grounded in per- ception of its environment and dialogue from other speakers. This is done by evaluating state-of-the- art models on our task and evaluating the e ff ects of providing additional grounding. In particular, we adapt the BERT contextual language model (Devlin et al., 2018) to the task of dialogue in two ways: as a bi-ranker, which is fast and prac- tical as a retrieval model, and as a cross-ranker which is slower at inference time but allows more feature cross-correlation between context and re- sponse. Both models outperform existing meth- ods. Our ablation analysis shows the importance of each part of the grounding (location, objects, characters, other’s actions, self-actions) in terms of the ability to both understand and use language. While models that use grounding show clear im- provements, our best performing models are still unable to perform at human level, making our setup a suitable challenge for future research.
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Structures and Unions

Structures and Unions

Variables that are declared inside a function or block are called local variables. They can be used only by statements that are inside that function or block of code. Local variables are not known to functions outside their own. Following is the example using local variables. Here all the variables a, b and c are local to main() function.

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Storage Classes

Storage Classes

Float is not suitable for register class variable .Initial value is garbage, scope and life. time is within the block[r]

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STRINGS

STRINGS

This function is used to replace ‘n’ number of characters in the given string by the specified character. Syntax: strnset(string,character, number_characters) Example: strnset(“Hello W[r]

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Pointers in C

Pointers in C

10 Department of Computer Science, MCA: BVRICE, Vishnupur:Bhimavaram Department of Computer Science, MCA: BVRICE, Vishnupur:Bhimavaram Department of Computer Science, MCA: BVRICE, Vishn[r]

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Introduction to Programming Languages

Introduction to Programming Languages

A programming language is a set of commands, instructions, and other syntax use to create a software program. Languages that programmers use to write code are called "high-level languages." This code can be compiled into a "low-level language," which is recognized directly by the computer hardware.

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IISem Lab Manual (1)

IISem Lab Manual (1)

Write C program that implements searching of given item in given list Aim: To write a C program to search the given element in an array of elements. Description:[r]

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Functions in C

Functions in C

This is the actual user defined function., it will get the data from the calling functions, and do the necessary processing as per the instructions written by [r]

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Files in C

Files in C

1 B.Naresh, Assistant Professor in B.V.R.I.C.E, Dept., of MCA B.Naresh, Assistant Professor in B.V.R.I.C.E, Dept., of MCA B.Naresh, Assistant Professor in B.V.R.I.C.E, Dept., of MCA B.N[r]

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Reviewing WSN with RFID

Reviewing WSN with RFID

Abstract— Wireless Sensor Networks are being used in environment that was impossible earlier. WSNs are applicable in battlefield monitoring, underwater deployment and vehicle tracking. Applications areas and security features can be expanded many folds by integrating WSNs and RFID technology. The tracking network is being explored further with these new emerging technologies. This integrated technology enhances secure way to electronically follow an object. To make such tracking network RFID readers are experimented with Freescale Zigbee boards. This network would be able to track unique object passing nearby to the readers.
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Design of Sanitary Sewer Network using SewerGEMS V8i Software

Design of Sanitary Sewer Network using SewerGEMS V8i Software

AutoCAD mode lets you create and model your network directly within your primary drafting environment. This gives you access to all of AutoCAD‘s drafting and presentation tools, while still enabling you to perform Bentley SewerGEMS V8i modeling tasks like editing, solving, and data management. This relationship between Bentley SewerGEMS V8i and AutoCAD enables extremely detailed and accurate mapping of model features, and provides the full array of output and presentation features available in AutoCAD. This facility provides the most flexibility and the highest degree of compatibility with other CAD-based applications and drawing data maintained at your organization.
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