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miniTeach is the mobile version of Teach2000 - train your vocabulary on the road with miniTeach and your mobile phone. All you need is a Smartphone or PocketPC with Windows CE. You have an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad? Check out the AppStore!
SharpVTC (VTC=Vocabulary Training Center) is a tool for learning vocabulary. By using SharpVTC, students can create vocabulary collections, structure their content based on different contexts and run vocabulary tests. SharpVTC is developed in C#.
Working Memory Workout is a working memory training game based on the N-back, a task researchers say may improve fluid intelligence. It greatly expands on the N-back, with dynamic difficulty adjustment, 13 game modes, 61 stimuli, 4 time modes, and a difficulty-ratcheting helper.
OnkoS - the Latin-vocabulary-training-programme which won the 'Jugend forscht Sonderpreis Informatik 1999'-award turns open-source. Nice Win32 GUI, prefilled with most common latin words, dictionary, vocabulary-test and more. Momentary German only.
SentencePiece is an unsupervised text tokenizer and detokenizer mainly for Neural Network-based text generation systems where the vocabulary size is predetermined prior to the neural model training. SentencePiece implements sub-word units (also known as wordpieces [Wu et al.] [Schuster et al.] and byte-pair-encoding (BPE) [Sennrich et al.]) with the extension of direct training from raw sentences. SentencePiece allows us to make a purely end-to-end system that does not depend on language-specific pre/postprocessing.This is not an official Google product.
A brain training program based on scientific, peer reviewed research. This is NOT a game like Brain Age or Big Brain Academy. It's a workout and users report feeling exhausted after using it. The program focuses on "exercising" the neural pathways from hearing to memory in or...
SHoUT is a toolkit for performing research on large vocabulary continuous speech recognition (LVCSR). The toolkit contains applications for training statistical models and for speech/non-speech detection, speaker diarization and decoding.
KSalomon is a vocabulary trainer for KDE 3. It provides a card-index box for several vocabulary files. Every vocabulary can contain different synonyms, meanings and examples, as well as sound files. Testing is highly configurable.