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Under lexical scoping (also known as static scoping), the scope of a variable is determined by the lexical (i.e., textual) structure of a program.


Under dynamic scoping, a variable is bound to the most recent value assigned to that variable, i.e., the most recent assignment during the program’s execution.

Inside PRL: Lexical and Dynamical Scope


1. (noun) relationship, kinship, sense of family connection - a relationship through shared experiences and working together which provides people with a sense of belonging. It develops as a result of kinship rights and obligations, which also serve to strengthen each member of the kin group. It also extends to others to whom one develops a close familial, friendship or reciprocal relationship.

Māori Dictionary: whanaungatanga

Who to go to, who to live with, with whom to share.

My heart will lead me to make honest choices

Floor Jansen: I don't know a thing about love

(vertaling van Ruben Annink: Van de liefde weet ik niks)

Wer Wo Wann.

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myself on twitter, 2010-05-18


When patterns in the dataset are aligned with the goal of the task at hand, a strong learner being able to recognize, remember, and generalize these patterns is desirable. But if the patterns are not what we're actually interested in, then they become cues and shortcuts that allow the model to perform well without understanding the task.
To prevent the Clever Hans effect, we hence need to aim for datasets without spurious patterns, and we need to assume that a well-performing model didn't learn anything useful until proven otherwise.

Benjamin Heinzerling: NLP's Clever Hans Moment has Arrived


My female neighbour came to pick up a package the other day and she told me her female landlord has reduced their rent because of the front doorbell not working for so long.

Jacinta Nandi: you know you been in Germany too long when….


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