Indeed, fMRI studies show that interventions aimed at recovery-for example, treatments designed to improve attention, memory, information processing, executive functions and higher-level language
processes-actually increase brain activity and stimulate neuroplasticity.
The dyslexics showed less coordination between the 13 brain regions that process basic phonemes and a region of the brain called Broca's area, which is involved in higher-level language
Most applications wants to use something like VexTab which is a higher-level language
for rendering guitar tablature and music notation.
They are similar to G2A in that they provide a GOMS-based higher-level language
that compiles into low-level ACT-R rules.
Recent changes in regulations in Texas allow students who are at higher proficiency levels to meet the graduation requirements by taking higher-level language
However, the Combics Pro can also be programmed just as transparently in a higher-level language
Gerber and Bryen (1981) reported that adolescents with language-based learning disabilities have difficulty with both basic-and higher-level language
skills involve making connections between ideas and words.
Back in 1969 - when the idea of developing an operating system using a higher-level programming language was still novel - Dennis Ritche was beginning to realise the shortcomings of the B programming language as he was working on recoding the Unix operating system to a new architecture in a higher-level language
. B was designed for a different computer generation - by Ken Thomson, who also contributed to C.
This is part of the reason why higher-level languages
have almost entirely replaced Assembly code.
A more advanced programmer develops more advanced scripts or works with higher-level languages
to create new applications.
For this reason, people developed higher-level languages
such as C and Java.