The KMemAid Handbook


The KMemAid Handbook

Klemens Meyer <>

David Calinski <>


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KMemAid is a software designed to predict optimal time of repetitions (computes best possible intervals between reviews, using an Artificial Neural Network). It may be used in learning anything. It makes your learning process much more effective: less time wasted, more things you remember.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Using KMemAid
3. Command Reference
The main KMemAid window
The File Menu
The Memorize Menu
The Settings Menu
4. Using the Keyboard
5. Rich Text Display in the Card
Structuring Tags
Style Tags
Special Elements
Table Tags
6. Effective Learning
Problem: forgetting
Solution: optimum spacing of repetitions.
Active recalls
How effective it is?
7. Credits and License
A. Installation
How to obtain KMemAid
Compilation and Installation