MorphGNT v5.02 Available

Some breathing corrections on rho-initial words.

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Programmed Vocabulary Learning as a Travelling Salesman Problem

For a while I've been interested in how you could select the order in which vocabulary is learnt in order to maximise one's ability to read a particular corpus of sentences. Or more generally, imagine you have a set of things you want to learn and each item has prerequisites drawn from a large set with items sharing a lot of common prerequisites.

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MorphGNT v5.01 Available

Found an accent and breathing problem in both the text and lemma for ABEL, ANNA and ANNAS which is now corrected.

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MorphGNT v5.00 Available

At wildly varying intensities over the last ten years, I've worked on correcting the UPenn CCAT Morphological Parsed Greek New Testament as a side-effect of larger linguistic analyses I've undertaken.

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The Bible and the Semantic Web

For many years I've been thinking about the application of Semantic Web technology to studying (and presenting the results of the study of) the Bible. However, I never really thought about the application of Bible study (and the tools and techniques developed for it) to the Semantic Web.

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