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  1. This website is a repository of all manual pages available in the Arch Linux packages. It is an unofficial project created and maintained by the ArchWiki administrators.

    On this website, you can find:

    Listings of all man pages sorted alphabetically, by section or by language.
    Listings of English man pages sorted alphabetically or by section (or similarly for any other language).
    Listings of man pages in a particular section, e.g. all pages in section 1 or English pages in section 3.
    Listings of man pages for a particular package, e.g. coreutils or core/acl.
    And, of course, the content of each man page. There are 58036 man pages and 4980 symbolic links from 2864 packages, another 6815 packages don't contain any indexable man pages.
    The man pages are addressable as /man/<repo>/<pkgname>/<page>.<section>.<language>.<format>. Any part except <page> is optional: <repo> and <pkgname> can be used to disambiguate the page version found in multiple packages; if <section> is missing, you will be redirected to the first section found; the default language is en and the default format is html (other supported formats are txt and raw). Note that en is also the fallback language for pages, which are not available in any other language.
    Symbolic links, such as bunzip2(1), are implemented as HTTP redirects with the 302 status code. Symbolic links are included in per-package listings, such as core/openssl.
    http://jlk.fjfi.cvut.cz/arch/manpages
    Schlagwörter: , , von Felix Constantin Kraft (2018-01-18)
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  2. You should use The NLP Dictionary to clarify or revise concepts that you have already met. The NLP Dictionary is not a suitable way to begin to learn about NLP. Further information on NLP can be found in the class web page lecture notes section. Other places to find out about artificial intelligence include the AAAI (American Association for Artificial Intelligence) AI Reference Shelf
    https://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~billw/dictionaries/nlpdict.html
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