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e program decides for you based on your previous performance. I refer to this as the "SuperMemo method." As you grade more cards, the program begins to understand how often you need to do reviews. On the one han

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Spacing Algorithms and Implementations | NihongoPeraPera
Mnemosyne functions very similarly to SuperMemo -- that is, it asks you a question, you grade it from 0-5, and then the software handles the scheduling for you. In other words, you don't decide when to review the card-- th <span>e program decides for you based on your previous performance. I refer to this as the "SuperMemo method." As you grade more cards, the program begins to understand how often you need to do reviews. On the one hand, you have to trust the algorithm; on the other hand, if you don't trust the algorithm, why are you using spaced repetition software? By contrast, Anki estimates how soon you will nex