|File Size||1.15 kB|
|Operating System||Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP|
|System Requirements||Java RE 1.6|
MemorizEasy helps memorizing vocabulary by printing every 2 days a memo with 7 newly-input words, 7 from 4 days ago, 7 from a week ago, and 7 from a month ago to stick around. The user inputs, into the application, new words as he learns them. When these are more than 7 in 2 days (often for students), these are automatically queued, for display as new in the next 2 days, and so on. Inspired from a paper-based algorithm successfully used learning English and German, MemorizEasy attempts to reduce the effort involved in learning new vocabulary by delegating most of the process drudgery to the computer (automation), making use of 'marginal times', and through repeated exposure at varying time distances. The sequential algorithm, also addresses the mind's difficulty in administering the memorization of many words over a short period of time, imposing a linear order/sequence in which all words (actually meanings) are learnt. Finally, since it's the user that inputs what he wants to learn, it suits learners at all levels, as well as learning by translation, definition, or synonyms of the same language, or a combination of those.