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learn

(lĕrn)
To gain knowledge, understanding, or skill through study or practice.
[O.E. leornian]
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Hence, we may have to look at the flatter disjunctive structures that arise in projection learning to find representations that are learnable attribute-efficiently.
It is an illusive but learnable skill which helps make the impossible, possible.
No wonder: it is concise and learnable, and all the objects can be easily viewed from the midnorthern latitudes where most amateur astronomers live.
Tactics are learnable and can be honed by practice.
Now where does this leave our oxymoron, learnable intelligence?
It is less learnable and less useful than programming embedded in a rich cognitive context.
The author of this book views drawing as a learnable skill.
Of the learnable, I would say nothing is more important than history and literature, which together should account for roughly half of a would-be reporter's undergraduate education.
Basic concepts of optimality conditions and numerical methods are described with simple and practical examples, making the material highly teachable and learnable.
These technical skills are completely teachable and learnable like riding a bike or shooting a free throw and everyone has ideas based on their personal experiences.
He probably only thought his countrymen were just a little inexperienced and clumsy but learnable in time.
Framework Agreement on school transport for the City of Erfurt - Daily and weekly transportation of learnable, mentally and physically handicapped and hearing impaired children in the room Thuringia to 4 school sites.