Asked 3rd Nov, 2014
Do you know this book?
I am reading your paper with a lot of interest. I am actually designing a set of experiments quite close to yours. My focus is more how space/architecture is influencing the way we remember a sequence of item (playing cards). Would you like (have time) to have a look and give me your comments?
I also want to share this post with you. Cosmigraphic Michael Benson from brainpicking blog.
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It states the null hypothesis as follows.
The two populations are equal
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I want to employ Luenberger Observer for State estimation.
I have the input and output data sets from tests.
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Blogs: what do you want and what do you expect?
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What kind of blogs do you appreciate most and why:
1) Careful and diplomatically crafted technological and research information - usually disseminated unidirectionally where all hypotheses and methods work magically and successfully... or
2) The real shit: what you expect, feel, failures, frustrations, lessons learned, advice for others, not perfect, but fun and essentially human?.. or
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Pick 1, 2, 3 or any combination. Make up new categories. That's even better.
Many thanks for your feedback.
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Many authors argue that new generations become more "visuals", i.e. their representations and their perception fully connected with visual pictures, and not with verbal construction. They connect this phenomenon with the wide spread of TV, PC, gadgets etc. I am apparently a "visual", despite the age. My first book was a geographical atlas… Now, considering a new article, I first look through pictures, images, graphics, etc. (Thanks to many scientific journals that to make a graphical abstract). If it looks interesting, I start reading the text. Nevertheless, I do not remember images in any conclusions, i.e. finally, this is strictly verbal information.
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