From: Jefsey_Morfin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 27 2006 - 07:02:19 CST
At 09:30 27/09/2006, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
>On Wen, Sep 27, 2006 at 04:49:54AM +0200,
> > I agree that an important English bias is the standardization and
> > documentation in English [...] (their IETF standardisation, design,
> > usage, and management are under "influence" [RFC 3935] of core
> > values and concepts directly resulting from the sole English based
> > cultures).
>[The author of RFC 3935 is norwegian, by the way.]
Difficult to understand what this remark is up to?
>I agree with Jefsey! All standardization work must be done in lojban
> > Another problem is that English is a complex language to
> > automatically understand.
>Which is precisely a problem that lojban solves
Those who want to be serious about the NLP key issue may want to
start with http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_language_processing
> > The IQ of a person is higher in his mother tongue.
>Since I have the same mother tongue than Jefsey, I can testify that my
>IQ is exactly the same when I read him in french or in english:
tst, tst, I am not that pessimistic. You are much younger than me.
(BTW did you not told me once that your mother tongue was American English?)
> I understand nothing.
You see that some times we do agree.
Please consider NLP and other language recognition issues. I think
that in spite of your 0 QI and your claimed difficulty to understand
middle level complexity, you will really enjoy and probably write a
blog page on these topics.
I looked for a simple introduction URL for you:
But obviously the reference are Pr. Yoshiki Mikami and Dr. Virach
Sornlertlamvanich and the efforts they lead. Here are pages of
interest one can dig into:
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