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Incremental reading works by breaking up key points of articles, often dozens or thousands of articles
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s a method for learning and retaining information from reading that might otherwise be forgotten. It is particularly targeted to people who are trying to learn a large amount of information at once, particularly if that information is varied. <span>Incremental reading works by breaking up key points of articles, often dozens or thousands of articles, into flashcards, which are then learned and reviewed over an extended period. Concretely, when reading an article (in a web browser), the reader selects extracts (similar to underlinin




in incremental reading an algorithm organises the user's reading and calculates the ideal time for the reader to review each chunk.
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he software assists in making the flashcards and does the scheduling. Incremental reading is based on psychological principles of long-term memory storage and retrieval, in particular the spacing effect. Information is broken into chunks, and <span>an algorithm (usually computer software) organises the user's reading and calculates the ideal time for the reader to review each chunk. The method itself is often credited to the Polish software developer Piotr Wozniak. Until recently, Wozniak's SuperMemo was the only implementation of incremental reading (as opposed to




In incremental reading the name "incremental" comes from "reading in portions"
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aced repetition. This means that all processed pieces of information are presented at increasing intervals. Individual articles are read in portions proportional to the attention span, which depends on the user, their mood, the article, etc. T<span>he name "incremental" comes from "reading in portions". Without the use of spaced repetition, the reader would quickly get lost in the glut of information when studying dozens of subjects at the same time. However, spaced repetition makes i




in incremental reading the reader selects extracts (similar to underlining or highlighting a paper article), which are then converted to question-answer format, often by cloze deletion, and then scheduled for learning and review by the learning software.
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Incremental reading - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ied. Incremental reading works by breaking up key points of articles, often dozens or thousands of articles, into flashcards, which are then learned and reviewed over an extended period. Concretely, when reading an article (in a web browser), <span>the reader selects extracts (similar to underlining or highlighting a paper article), which are then converted to question-answer format, often by cloze deletion, and then scheduled for learning and review by the learning software. This flashcard creation process is semi-automated – the reader chooses which material to learn and edits the precise wording of the questions, while the software assists in making the fl