Re: further information
|From:||F. Murat Oezcan <tara@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 12, 2002, 8:00|
well, the reason why i think Ro is a bitter than most other
languages is the fact that the vocabulary is in fact mapping of
the computer program which i am planning is not supposed to
communicate with the user using Ro, but merely map the concepts
for it in form of Ro-words (if you plan to use neuronal networks, you
have to develop such a mapping anyways, instead of having it
completely symbolic, using an already existing one would help a
lot-- at least during the development)
pity that the link you mentioned was already the one which
attracted me to the topic, but there seems to be no further
information- nor the mentioned books actually, being as old as they
are, went simply out of print.
On 12 Apr 2002, at 6:36, Jan van Steenbergen wrote:
> --- "F. Murat Oezcan" <tara@...> wrote:
> > dear all,
> > i am currently developing a software which would
> > need a language in order to communicate with the
> > user. to this purpose the language Ro seemed to be a
> > very good choice ...
> The only link I could find is this one:
> Software that communicates with the user in Ro? Are
> you sure your program is going to be user-friendly?
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