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Na´ve is Industrial rock group KMFDM's fourth album, released in 1990. It is out of print due to copyright infringement: the fourth track, 'Liebeslied', used unauthorized samples from a recording of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana. The album was pulled after a short pressing run and copies are today collector's items, fetching high prices at auction.


All of the other tracks on the album are available on other discs. The album was re-released as Naive/Hell To Go, with some songs remixed, in 1994


Tracklist

  1. Welcome
  2. Na´ve
  3. Die Now - Live Later
  4. Piggybank
  5. Achtung!
  6. Friede (remix)
  7. Liebeslied
  8. Go To Hell
  9. Virus (dub)
  10. Disgust (live)
  11. Godlike (Chicago Trax version)

Personnel

  • Sascha Konietzko vocals, programming, bass
  • En Esch: vocals, programming
  • Svetlana Ambrosius: guitar
  • Rudolph Naomi: drums
  • Christine Siewert: female vocals (2-4)
  • Johann Bley: drums (5)

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naive - Definitions from Dictionary.com (927 words)
Naive sometimes connotes a credulity that impedes effective functioning in a practical world: "this naive simple creature, with his straightforward and friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances" (Arnold Bennett).
Untutored in the perversities of some particular program or system; one who still tries to do things in an intuitive way, rather than the right way (in really good designs these coincide, but most designs aren't "really good" in the appropriate sense).
It may imply naivete on the part of the programmer, although there are situations where a naive algorithm is preferred, because it is more important to keep the code comprehensible than to go for maximum performance.
Naive Bayes classifier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1100 words)
Naive Bayes classifiers are based on probability models that incorporate strong independence assumptions which often have no bearing in reality, hence are (deliberately) naive.
In spite of their naive design and apparently over-simplified assumptions, naive Bayes classifiers often work much better in many complex real-world situations than might be expected from their very simple design.
The naive Bayes classifier has several properties that make it surprisingly useful in practice, despite the fact that the far-reaching independence assumptions are often violated.
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