Questions related to Hungarian
I got to know about Mliclos schweitzer Competition(named after the brilliant Hungarian mind who unfortunately left us in World War-II) .These problems are so lively and motivating,and AOPS contains problems upto its 2020 edition,which means it is still going on.
I wanted to know any website for Mliclos schweitzer competition,2021 or its past editions;and how to enroll to sit for this,And who all are eligible. Kindly respond if you have any information.
Thanks in advance!
P.S. Feel free to have discussion over the commen section regarding this,but I hereby declare this to be closed(notifications) as of now.The suggested book in the comment section is really interesting,and highly reccomended.
In recent year, Elsevier changes its policy for several hybrid journal to a new agreement policy of journal with the potential funding authorities (such as the University of Florida, Carnegie Mellon University, Japan Alliance of University Library Consortia for E-Resources, California State University, Association of Universities in the Netherlands, Norwegian consortium for higher education and research, Polish consortium, Hungarian Electronic Information Service National Programme, Couperin consortium, France, Bibsam Consortium, Sweden, Irish Consortium, Qatar National Library Consortium, Swiss universities) and Elsevier to pay open access fees.
However, I wonder about biased evaluation for these agreed authorities. If other country's authorities are not capable of doing such agreement, there should be an issue of deprivation for those are from non-agreement affiliated authors?
Recently during a class on Philosophy of Language, I made (a student in the class) a presentation on constructed languages. As I was going through some of the earliest projects in history, I mentioned Descartes's idea of creating a simpler language, lacking typical natural language complexities as irregularities. That prompted a few classmates who contended that that was impossible since every human language is equally complex. I tried to reason that Descartes was not pointing to a capability of a language expressing intricate ideas, but simply to the way some languages work which do appear to be rather straightforward. Grammarwise, for instance, English seems to be simpler than many other languages. Some could defend that the English spelling is more complicated than many other tongues as well, but the fact remains that, for the most part, English does seem simpler than Estonian or Hungarian, for example. What are your thoughts?
Based on past experiences in Hungary and other central and eastern European countries, there appears to be an emphasis on nurturing an appreciation of culture (more than here in the U.S.). More specifically, the students seem to be more involved in and have a greater knowledge of the poetry, literature, folk lore, dance, music, etc. of their home country. I'm basing that on my personal experience in those countries and what I saw in the schools a number of years ago. However, I've done extensive searches of the actual curriculum and research publications in Hungary and other countries and can't find anything that says that there is an emphasis on things like traditional poetry, dance and so on in schools. Can any Hungarian educators weigh in?
I'd like to use the VADASE approach for Hungarian GNSS observations in RINEX format wrt to the Zagreb earthquake in 2020. It would be a great help if you had any software tools available for use. I'm looking forward to your answer!
Thank you in advance!
I am searching the pGex or pET plazid of HDAC6, if he is possibly for somebody and would give for me, would be needed for my work.
I would like to test the interaction
between my labor's new protein and HDAC6. If somebody is willing to provide me with this plasmids please send to me at Dr. Tibor Szénási Institute of Enzymology,
Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
1117, Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2.
Fedex number: 317 080 212
Dear Friends, The Department of Water Science of the Hungarian National Civil Service organizes an international conference on water services in the first quarter of 2018. The exact theme of the conference is still under construction. We would like to compare the experiences of the Hungarian water reform with the international results. Focus will be on integration, forms of ownership, and managment. I would like to carry out a research on who might be interested in this topic
I need some information about assignement problem algorithms
such as : Hungarian algorithm and Auction Algorithm and others.
Is there other algorithm ?
what are the best ones ?
I would like to adapt one of them to Hungarian language, and it is not so clear, which is better, eg. psychometrically and/or predicting performance.
János Besenyő is a Hungarian military historian and a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He would like to interview Hungarian veterans who have served in the Spanish Foreign Legion. Any material is welcome, including info on deceased Hungarian veterans and archival materials or Spanish publications.
I've read through a Turkish grammar recently and I was amazed how similar Turkish grammar is to Hungarian. The relationship between HU and FI is an established fact, but I have a suspicion that it has been overemphasized (for political reasons?) historically, whereas the morphological similarity between HU and TR has been unduly little spoken about by mainstream researchers. There is an assumption that in the Middle Ages but during the translation of the Bible in the 16-18 centuries the latest, either FI or HU or both languages adopted linguistic structures (like the relative cause, introduction of the article, suffixation of the possessor instead of the possessed) that show Indo-European influence in both FI and HU and this makes them more similar than they were. But I feel that HU still shows more similarity to TR than to FI. As I don't speak either TR or FI I cannot tell for sure. Maybe there are people out there who know better?
I am looking for sources and information for my master's thesis on family stories and how they create and maintain family "culture" and identity among its members. I am particularly interested in the East-Central European context, as my focus is on Hungarian narratives of depression, and how stories of depression passed down among family members influence how they themselves interpret their own experiences of depression.