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Currently doing micromagnetics simulation @Physics of Surface and Interface, Dept. of Mat. Sci. & Eng., Grad. School of Eng., Osaka U.

Current interests:

What got me stumped recently:

  • Just couldn't figure out how to solve things just by scans in Theano metaprogramming language too)
  • Doesn't have the foresight to determine whether C++ template metaprogramming is worth the time invested in learning it.

Nov
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
22
comment Differences between 死ぬ{しぬ}, 他界する{たかいする} and 亡くなる{なくなる}?
Kicked the bucket, bought the farm, pushing up daisies, bit the dust, etc.
Aug
18
comment What is an appropriate response to お疲{つか}れ様{さま}です in non-work situations?
Previously I too suggested どうも. But actually, as the commenter above said, there is no such thing. Either you repeat it, or you say nothing.
Jun
18
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
comment How is the name “河内” pronounced, コーチ or コウチ?
The problem with this answer is that it still doesn't address as to whether こ is separated from う or not (which is why the questioner asked whether it's コー or コ・ウ)
Oct
8
comment What does かの日 mean?
@Ataraxia Indeed, so is the かの in the かの日 above! By the way, the kanji for both あの and かの is 彼の (hardly used in formal setting though).
Jul
28
comment Is there a background to the phrase 「熊出来てる」?
Did it really use the kanji ?
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Jul
20
comment What does やい mean?
やい!たい!ばい! Anyone from Fukuoka here?
Jun
12
comment What is the role of の in 「お父さんのバカ!」
Ah then you mean using お父さん as genitive in this case adds a quality to the word バカ, making バカ refer specifically to お父さん? It's more like saying "the idiot, who/which is Dad,". Hmm, interesting idea.
Jun
9
comment What is the role of の in 「お父さんのバカ!」
Wow, if you put it that way, it sounds like "You dadditive idiot!" or "You fatheric fool!" instead. That is, to rewrite in Japanese, 「あなたがどれくらいのバカかというと、お父さんレベルというところか」
Jun
1
awarded  Yearling
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
14
comment How does this たる function in this JLPT sentence?
Idiomatically, the の is often omitted when used with にたる
Mar
14
answered The different types of pain and injuries
Feb
2
comment General rules in negative adjectives in superpolite form
How about 寒くございません?
Feb
2
comment Prefixing `一` to numbers
Maybe one can lookup the historical usage in Classical Chinese?