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Category:1997 software Category:Windows graphics-related software Category:Windows-only software Category:Embroidery softwareThe most important components of memory are probably episodic memory and semantic memory. Episodic memory includes memories that can be experienced as episodes such as a day, a week or an event. Semantic memory is memory for information in the general knowledge of the world or of a particular topic or domain. Semantic memory is accessed by relating information to other information and from context. For example, the words of a sentence can be associated with each other by the relationship between the words, such as the relationship between the main verb and the rest of the sentence. Information is also represented in semantic memory in the context in which it is stored and retrieved. Since the 1970s, memory researchers have made substantial progress in understanding memory in humans. For example, learning a language has been demonstrated to involve the activity of semantic and episodic memory. Semantic memory is essential to learn, store, and retrieve knowledge in a language. It is based on the relationships between words and is developed through explicit learning of language. A person's semantic memory has an independent value, such as the ability to interpret and use language. The contributions of semantic memory to learning and memory in humans are particularly important in the aging population. Older adults typically have problems in the areas of memory encoding, storage, and retrieval, including forgetting and misremembering of items. It is likely that these problems are due, at least in part, to a loss of the semantic representation of the items to be learned, stored, or recalled. While semantic and episodic memory are separate and distinct, there are individual differences in the extent to which the memory systems are utilized in language learning. For example, a person who learned to speak another language may store information about the words differently than a person who learned the same language in another context. It is possible that the process of using semantic information is more time consuming and effortful than the process of using explicit (i.e., declarative) memory. Thus, there is a need to reduce the time and effort involved in utilizing semantic information. In addition, existing systems do not efficiently and effectively transfer information and skills from one context to another. For example, students who are familiar with the text and subject matter of a book can use that book to study later, but students who do not possess that familiarity with the text and subject matter cannot use the book to study later. One could spend a

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