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English: This video builds a very small model of a word generation process for simple english wikipedia. Though the research hypothesis that every minute a word is generated with a certain probability can be supported we already know that this would not reflect the truth. The goal is to see the principle approach for building generative models. This video is the first unit of the first lesson of part two of the Web science MOOC held at the university of Koblenz. Part two covers emerging Web properties
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current10:42, 23 November 201616 min 0 s, 1,920 × 1,080 (68.62 MB)RenepickUser created page with UploadWizard