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khiranoの日記: Massively Parallel Quantum Chemistry Program

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素敵なサマリー、良い英語、こういう短文を読むと、やっている方々の頭の良さがわかる。 http://www.mpqc.org/, Massively Parallel Quantum Chemistry Program, MPQC is the Massively Parallel Quantum Chemistry Program. It computes properties of atoms and molecules from first principles using the time independent Schrödinger equation. It runs on a wide range of architectures ranging from individual workstations to symmetric multiprocessors to massively parallel computers. Its design is object oriented, us
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khiranoの日記: Kevinがきた!

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Kevin がきた![MacOSX SRC680] howto obtain jre5issues cws. Hi, By previous agreement with Stefan and others, I thought all had agreed that JDK 1.3 level features only would be used. Exactly what on earth requires JDK 1.5? If this is a primary feature it should be removed and reimplmented in JDK 1.3 prior to any release. Only if it is a minor or non-required secondary feature should it be allowed and even then it should probably be rewritten to JDK 1.3 with the help of open class files. Kevi
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 6

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Kazunari Hirano Fri, Dec 17, 2004 at 8:51PM To: Sander Vesik Thanks Sander-san, > I'm relatively settled in Estonia ATM, OK. BTW why not are there Estonian Native Language Project like et.openoffice.org? You've got a good site: http://openoffice-et.sf.net/ Also there is no Swedish Native Language Project even though Sun builds Swedish version. Why? http://l10n.openoffice.org/languages.html > > http://native-lang.openoffice.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=com&msgId=1122211 > > :)
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 5

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Sander Vesik Thu, Dec 16, 2004 at 3:34AM To: discuss@openoffice.org, Kazunari Hirano --- Kazunari Hirano wrote: > Hi Sander, > > Where are you? Still traveling? :) Not really - I'm relatively settled in Estonia ATM, its just that this is a very convinient mailbox :) > > Lithuanian has "only" over 3 million or so native speakers ... I don't think > > its precicely in need of being saved ;-) > Tell us about your language, Estonian. > Well, its a small (about three
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 4

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Kazunari Hirano Wed, Dec 15, 2004 at 10:23AM To: Christian Einfeldt Hi Christian, It took time for me to read through your long message :) I love it. The world on a very tiny planet, the earth, is getting smaller and smaller. Internet is accelerating it. People meet other people. Children meet other children. Languages meet other languages. It's natural. Maybe we need mutual understanding, mutual respect and co-existence. Yes, Education is important. Goverment help, Community help are als
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 3

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Jonathon Blake Tue, Dec 14, 2004 at 6:57AM To: discuss@openoffice.org Kazunari Hirano wrote: >I have read a book, (Japanese translated) "Language Death" by David Crystal. >The rate of death computes at one language dying roughly every two weeks!! The situation is not helped by linguistic departments that don't see the value in studying threatened languages. On the flip side, a new conlang appears about one a fortnight. Most of them formulated out of attempts to understand the Sapir-Wh
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 2

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Christian Einfeldt Mon, Dec 13, 2004 at 10:30AM To: discuss@openoffice.org Cc: Kazunari Hirano On Sunday 12 December 2004 05:13, Kazunari Hirano wrote: > Hi, > > http://www.caslt.org/research/languagedeath.htm > I have read a book, (Japanese translated) "Language Death" by > David Crystal. He has spent a lot of time of his life on > preservation of Welsh. I have thought about this, too. There is a book out in English called, Spoken Here, by Mark Abley. That book talk
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khiranoの日記: Language Death 1

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Kazunari Hirano Sun, Dec 12, 2004 at 10:13PM To: discuss@openoffice.org Hi, http://www.caslt.org/research/languagedeath.htm I have read a book, (Japanese translated) "Language Death" by David Crystal. He has spent a lot of time of his life on preservation of Welsh. The rate of death computes at one language dying roughly every two weeks!! 6000 languages are faced with extinction!! Did you know that? I didn't know that. When I was a university student, I learnt that about 6000 languages wer
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