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Relate kanji

Jan 22, 2018

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  1. 1. Relate Kanji Mrcio Valena Ramos June, 2016
  2. 2. IN CONTEXT: THE JAPANESE LANGUAGE
  3. 3. IN JAPANESE WE HAVE THREE ALPHABETS
  4. 4. Hiragana
  5. 5. Hiragana has 46 Unique letters
  6. 6. Katakana
  7. 7. Katakana has 46 Unique letters
  8. 8. Jouyou Kanji
  9. 9. Jouyou Kanji has 2,136 Unique ideograms
  10. 10. ETYMOLOGY
  11. 11. ETYMOLOGY: MUTUAL, WORTHY HEART CONCEPT, THOUGHT EYE TREE
  12. 12. Sometimes, the connection is obvious PERSON TREE REST, SLEEP
  13. 13. Sometimes, it is not MOON/ MEAT BLADE BEFOREGRASS (VARIANT)
  14. 14. READINGS
  15. 15. This is WATER In Japanese: MIZU
  16. 16. This is ROAD In Japanese: MICHI
  17. 17. This is WATER SUPPLY In Japanese: MIZU-MICHI???
  18. 18. NO! It is: SUI-DOU
  19. 19. For them, ITS LIKE GREEK
  20. 20. When someone has FEAR Related to WATER We say: AQUA-PHOBIA Not: WATER-FEAR
  21. 21. Their origin: CHINA
  22. 22. So, the kanji alphabet has 2,136 Unique letters. Each with: Zero or more Japanese Readings One or more Chinese Readings One or more associated Concepts
  23. 23. How can ANYONE Ever hope to learn such a COMPLEX Alphabet?
  24. 24. IN CONTEXT: THE HUMAN BRAIN
  25. 25. In truth, we know very LITTLE about our own BRAIN
  26. 26. But one thing were sure of: It works as a NETWORK
  27. 27. Thoughts and memories are NOT ISOLATED From each other
  28. 28. When we remember a fact, It triggers and Refreshes All our Related Knowledge
  29. 29. Therefore, we can learn our best by RELATING And ASSOCIATING Knowledge
  30. 30. IN CONTEXT: THE WEBSITE
  31. 31. Based on THREE services
  32. 32. road-way Components: Looks Like: Contained by: Road-way, Street, Journey ON: DOU, TOU KUN: MICHI Words with BROWSE
  33. 33. road-way Learn Kanji
  34. 34. road-way Learn Kanji Road-way, Street, Journey Hard More or less OK Easy
  35. 35. road-way Learn Words
  36. 36. road-way Learn Words Suidou Water-Way Hard More or less OK Easy
  37. 37. IN CONTEXT: DATA RETRIEVAL
  38. 38. DATAMINING
  39. 39. MANUAL CURATION
  40. 40. A JSON Graph: {"k": "", "c": ["", ""], "l": [], "s": [""], "on": ["", ""], "kun": {"": []}, "nanori": ["", "", "", "", "", ""], "m": "mutual, worthy", "extra_m": "inter-, together, each other, minister of state, councillor, aspect, phase, physiognomy", "strokes": "9", "grade": "3", "ic": ["", "", ""], "r": "", "cc": []}
  41. 41. IN CONTEXT: COMPUTER TECHNIQUES
  42. 42. Initial ordering: PageRankwith Heterogeneous Random Restarts Weighted by Frequency
  43. 43. Teaching efficiently: Usage of Two graphs to make a Cognitive Model
  44. 44. Etymological Graph
  45. 45. Co-occurrence Graph
  46. 46. IN CONTEXT: EVALUATION METRICS
  47. 47. Site popularity: Unique Users per Month
  48. 48. Site popularity: Engagement
  49. 49. A/B Testing
  50. 50. QUESTIONS?