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The traditional Chinese character Yi could mean "Righteous", "Justice" or "to bring under control".
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tion modes"[edit] The primary emulation modes for Yi are vim and emacs. Keybindings for vi, mg and nano and others are also provided. Other editor interfaces can be written by the user to extend Yi. Meaning of the Chinese character[edit] <span>The traditional Chinese character could mean "Righteous", "Justice" or "to bring under control". References[edit] Stewart, Don; Chakravarty, Manuel (September 2005). "Dynamic Applications From the Ground Up". Haskell '05: Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN workshop on Haskell




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In incremental reading the name "incremental" comes from "[...]"
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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







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In [...] the name "incremental" comes from "reading in portions"
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incremental reading

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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







With incremental reading, a load of material is subdivided into articles and its extracts. All articles and extracts are processed according to the rules of spaced repetition.
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ntal reading (as opposed to simply spaced repetition of questions and cloze deletions etc.). Anki has an implementation available as an add-on.[1] There is also incremental reading support for the text editors Emacs[2] and Yi.[3] Method[edit] <span>With incremental reading, a load of material is subdivided into articles and its extracts. All articles and extracts are processed according to the rules of spaced 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 t