Each area of knowledge poses different challenges for memorizations. Below are some examples for visual markers per area.
- Poisson distribution - rare fish (rare events, French word for fish)
- Amdahl's law - bat boy (critical path, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Goal_(novel), the group is only as fast as the slowest member of the group)
- Cardium - a heart. This one is straightforward
- Epicardium - sounds like an “epic cardium” and is an epic, but thin wall that covers the heart from outside. Something like a chinese great wall.
- Endocardium - sounds like “end of cardium” and is the end of the heart’s walls, the inner part with valves and everything.
- Miocardium - composed of cardiomyocytus muscles. Myocytus sounds like “my citrus” and may be visualized as some pulsing citrus
- Pericardium - sounds like http://www.fredperry.us/accessories/mens/bags and it is actually the bag that holds the heart.
Foreign languages Edit
- In hebrew who is he, he is she, and the little baby is mummy