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Tue 10 Jan 1995

Qs: Anglo-Saxon, ESL, Spectrogram, Interaction/noisy channels

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Date: Sat, 24 Dec 1994 16:26:53 -0700 (PDT) Date-warning: Date header was
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2 Anglo-Saxon questions:

1) Does anyone know the contact person(s) for the group in Canada that was
compiling all Anglo-Saxon texts on CD-ROM?

2) Does anyone know of any scholarly articles on the Anglo-Saxon Runic
Poem? I have some truly wretched popular articles on it, and Bruce Dickins
translation. I have gathered that there are disputes over the accuracy of
Dicken's text, but have been unable to locate the supposedly more accurate
text in R.M. Meyer's discussion (which I believe is in Runenlied,
Bibliothek des angelsaechischen Poesie).

Thanks in advance,

Greg Dubs

Greg Dubs, PhD
Genetics Dept
Stanford Univ Sch Medicine
dubsdarwin.stanford.edu
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Message 2: ESL Software

Date: Wed, 28 Dec 1994 23:13:02 ESL Software
From: shalev michael <mshalevccsg.tau.ac.il>
Subject: ESL Software

Hello,
I'm interested in ESL software, preferably interactive, multimedia based.
I'm interested in commercial as well as shareware/public domain software.
Please include a short decription of the software in addition to
contacts/ price.
Thank you very much,
Michael Shalev
(on leave from) UCLA
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Message 3: PC-Based Spectrogram software

Date: Wed, 28 Dec 1994 23:16:25 PC-Based Spectrogram software
From: shalev michael <mshalevccsg.tau.ac.il>
Subject: PC-Based Spectrogram software

Hello,
I'm am interested in finding software that will produce spectrograms from
standard (SoundBlaster) sound boards.
Shareware applications are welcome in addition to commercial ones -
please include a short description and a contact.
Thank you in advance,
Michael Shalev
(on leave from (UCLA)
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Message 4: conversation over noisy channels

Date: Mon, 2 Jan 95 11:23:31 +01conversation over noisy channels
From: <jussisics.se>
Subject: conversation over noisy channels

Dear all,

I study certain discourse level aspects of human-computer interaction. A
parallel that recently has occurred to me is studying human-human
interaction over noisy channels -- which components of the dialog are
sacrificed earlier than others, and which ones are retained until the
channel deteriorates too far to be useful at all.

I prefer not to try to elaborate on what I mean by 'component', 'channel',
and 'noisy'. I hope someone has thought more about these things than I
have.

Do you know of studies or other material on this sort of thing?

J

Jussi Karlgren Jussi.Karlgrensics.se
Sw Inst of Comp Sc (SICS) Spr}kteknologi / Natural Language Processing
Box 1263, 164 28 Kista ph +46 8 752 15 00, fax +46 8 751 72 30
Stockholm, Sweden http://sics.se/~jussi/jussi-karlgren.html
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