di NIO, meiNetz, cogsci, cognitive science, digbib, free literature,german,gutenberg Site > Home > Contact me Göteborg / Sweden > Travelling inScandinavia > Haskell: Craft of FP:Solutions Computer stuff > NHFS - a nonhierarchicalfile system > Why use email encryption Linux > Latex tips > Software Suspend > Travelmate 800 > General Experience > Linux Installation > Kernel 2.6.x > WLAN & Linux > Links > Centrino & Linux > Travelmate 230XC > General Tips Windows > Winamp3 memoryconsumption Study things > Bachelor's Thesis > Talks, NIO/meiNetzand more Misc > Finding a goodIMAP email provider > phpslide > Dvorak KeyboardLayout Talks, links, and other stuff CogSci Everybody asks me what we, the people in cognitive science, do. One answer: We race horses past barns. Referat im meiNetz-Seminar SS 2002: Bayessche Netze zur Schätzung der Nutzerinteressen This talk was made using phpslide. Talk in the lecture "Neural Networks" 2003 at University of Osnabrück on Dataclustering using SOMs (Self Organizing Maps) This talk was actually based on a programming project. Our self-designed task was to program a general SOM in Java. email me to get the code NIO / meiNetz - dynamic, useradaptive web directory, link, bookmarks, and favorites management. In development by a group of students at the university of Osnabrück for several years, NIO offers a web interface that allows you to manage your links and bookmarks and read and write email independently of your email provider and read rss news feeds, all using a single nice webinterface. Other stuff Freely available classical literature. Download! The literature from the un-free German project "Gutenberg", which is royalty-free and public domain due to German copyright expiry 70 years after the copyright holder's death, can be downloaded there in text, html, and pdf format. Links criticism about Gutenberg Germany (guteberg.de) being unfree at the heise.de forums Information and criticism about project Gutenberg.de at the German wikipedia Really free (as in freedom) literature download at digbib.org (text, html, pdf format) - mostly German.