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Yoav Goldberg: 'I feel that in many cases "improving upon state of the art" actually means "a slightly different over-fitting of the WSJ" [...]'
Nevertheless, the NLP State-of-the-Art wiki is a great idea (despite the current richness in stubs; wiki means Dear Lazyweb after all).
Also: Hal Daumé wonders where Mathematics as language/s would lie on a formal-natural continuum; certainly not too close to the formal end ...*
"[...] I also feel that Mathematics is more like a collection of separate languages (or, dialects if you prefer since none of them has an army -- except perhaps category theory) [...]"
* Ambiguous vs. unambiguous might be clearer; also keep in mind that Ken Iverson created APL to have an unambiguous notation to describe machine processes (i.e. algorithms). While we're on the topic of APL: It's interesting to note that both APL and MATLAB started out as teaching tools; maybe that's why they're so great for learning.
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