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Concept is a mental picture of a group of objects formed by combining all their [...].

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characteristics

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Concept is a mental picture of a group of objects formed by combining all their characteristics.

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be described with a true/false type concept. I’m going to let you work out a much more complex version of this “dog” concept on your own – and then go over it in tomorrow’s lesson. Key concept <span>Concept An abstract idea / “an idea or mental picture of a group or class of objects formed by combining all their aspects.” A concept isn’t unlike a mental-model. Other ideas to think of: A theory, Abstraction, an attempt to visualize a process. Concepts are not always shared. They are usually a collection o







Flashcard 7065972903180

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A language is a set of [...].
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concepts

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A language is a set of concepts.

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oncept – and we could call it a ‘construct’ instead – or any number of words. It doesn’t matter. Our point in breaking it down is to reexamine what is happening behind the scenes in our brains. <span>To communicate with each other, we need to share a set of concepts – and in that way – a language. The computer doesn’t have a magical ability to organically categorize everything and group it, and make life-long associations. You have probably heard of “machine learning.” That’s gre







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An [...] is a characteristic of something.

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attribute

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An attribute is a characteristic of something.

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a 'Dog' from Spain If you can’t act out a dog in charades – and you can’t draw a picture – then how do you describe it? Key concept Attribute A quality, feature, or characteristic of something. <span>In our case, we are trying to describe the concept of a “dog” by outlining its attributes. It is “fast” or “sneaky” or “furry?” What is it’s color? “black”, “gold”, “brown”? What “pattern” is its fur? It’s easy to say – “yeah yeah” I get it. But – take the time to really dig in and discover how these concepts are built in our minds. Let’s describe some things with pencils. People see







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An attribute is a [...] of something.

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characteristic

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An attribute is a characteristic of something.

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a 'Dog' from Spain If you can’t act out a dog in charades – and you can’t draw a picture – then how do you describe it? Key concept Attribute A quality, feature, or characteristic of something. <span>In our case, we are trying to describe the concept of a “dog” by outlining its attributes. It is “fast” or “sneaky” or “furry?” What is it’s color? “black”, “gold”, “brown”? What “pattern” is its fur? It’s easy to say – “yeah yeah” I get it. But – take the time to really dig in and discover how these concepts are built in our minds. Let’s describe some things with pencils. People see







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A concept is a collection of [...] about something.
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attributes and experiences

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A concept is a collection of attributes and experiences about something.

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of a group or class of objects formed by combining all their aspects.” A concept isn’t unlike a mental-model. Other ideas to think of: A theory, Abstraction, an attempt to visualize a process. <span>Concepts are not always shared. They are usually a collection of attributes and experiences. For example, “Fathers” are shown in the movies as strong, providing, loving figures. The prevailing concept of fatherhood is that you should be a “good dad.” There is a mess of expectations, experiences, emotions, scenes from Televisions, family experiences – But what does that mean? And is it really the norm? I would argue that “bad dad” is probably the norm (I like my dad / but based on the people I’ve met in my life). Is a dog just the cutest little thing you ever saw… OR is it that thing that bit you – and that you’ve been terrorized by your whole life? And… it’s hard to describe feelings so – how







Flashcard 7065986534668

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[...] is the process of taking data in one format and transforming it to another format.
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Parsing

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Parsing is the process of taking data in one format and transforming it to another format.

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Urdu Uzbeko Vietnamita Xhosa Yidis Yoruba Zulú 1. analizando Uso histórico de parsing Comentarios Más definiciones y etimologíaMostrar menos Preguntas relacionadas What does parsing data mean? <span>Data parsing is the process of taking data in one format and transforming it to another format. You'll find parsers used everywhere. They are commonly used in compilers when we need to parse computer code and generate machine code.7 jun 2021 What is data parsing? | ScrapingBee ht







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A [...] is a piece of software that retrieves and displays web pages.
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browser

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A browser is a piece of software that retrieves and displays web pages.

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What is the difference between webpage, website, web server, and search engine? - Learn web development | MDN
DuckGo, and many more. Some are generic, some are specialized about certain topics. Use whichever you prefer. Many beginners on the web confuse search engines and browsers. Let's make it clear: <span>A browser is a piece of software that retrieves and displays web pages; a search engine is a website that helps people find web pages from other websites. The confusion arises because, the first time someone launches a browser, the browser displays a search engine's homepage. This makes sense, because, obviously, the first thing you want







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A [...] is a website that helps people find web pages from other websites.
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search engine

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A search engine is a website that helps people find web pages from other websites.

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How does the Internet work? - Learn web development | MDN
80s with the support of many public universities and private companies. The various technologies that support the Internet have evolved over time, but the way it works hasn't changed that much: <span>Internet is a way to connect computers all together and ensure that, whatever happens, they find a way to stay connected. Active Learning How the internet Works in 5 minutes: A 5 minute video to understand the very basics of Internet by Aaron Titus. How does the Internet work? Detailed well visualized 8 mi







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A [...] is a computer where all the web pages and supporting files of a website are available.
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web server

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A web server is a computer where all the web pages and supporting files of a website are available.

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What is the difference between webpage, website, web server, and search engine? - Learn web development | MDN
home"): The ideas of a web page and a website are especially easy to confuse for a website that contains only one web page. Such a website is sometimes called a single-page website. Web server <span>A web server is a computer hosting one or more websites. "Hosting" means that all the web pages and their supporting files are available on that computer. The web server will send any web page from the website it is hosting to any user's browser, per user request. Don't confuse websites and web servers. For example, if you hear someone sa







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A [...] is a tiny computer that inside a network makes sure that a message sent from a given computer arrives at the right destination computer.
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router

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A router is a tiny computer that inside a network makes sure that a message sent from a given computer arrives at the right destination computer.

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connect as many computers as you wish. But it gets complicated quickly. If you're trying to connect, say, ten computers, you need 45 cables, with nine plugs per computer! To solve this problem, <span>each computer on a network is connected to a special tiny computer called a router. This router has only one job: like a signaler at a railway station, it makes sure that a message sent from a given computer arrives at the right destination computer. To send a message to computer B, computer A must send the message to the router, which in turn forwards the message to computer B and makes sure the message is not delivered to computer







Flashcard 7066004098316

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A [...] is a tiny computer that connects your home network to the Internet.
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modem

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A modem is a tiny computer that connects your home network to the Internet.

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Welsh Western Frisian Xhosa Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Use over time for: modem Feedback Translations and more definitionsShow less People also ask What is the difference between a router and a modem? <span>Your modem is a box that connects your home network to the wider Internet. A router is a box that lets all of your wired and wireless devices use that Internet connection at once and also allows them to talk to one another without having to do so over the Inte







Semantic HTML is about picking the right HTML element to describe a given piece of information
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we regained our sanity and ditched tables for layout. We proudly moved to semantic HTML, but we held on to our design-first approach. Let’s take a closer look at semantic HTML. Semantic HTML # <span>Semantic HTML is about picking the right HTML element to describe a given piece of information, rather than using HTML to define the way the information should look. If you’re a front-end developer, you’ve probably been doing this for the past couple of years. Great, keep it up!




HTML is about giving meaning to information
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else will most likely assume differently. In this case, if you and I had independently written an HTML tree based on the design above, it would have been a miracle if they turned out the same. <span>HTML is about giving meaning to information. We should not end up with different descriptions of the same information. It seems that design clouds the meaning of the content and creates room for interpretation and assumption. Con