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1920 The American Economic Review  
them a new sense of worth and independence; (b) the fight for democracy and news of a larger workingmen's freedom in their native lands together with a growing sense of real Americanism, which brought  ...  An important document and, beeause of its source, a unique one, has just been published concerning the steel strike of 1919.  ...  The report is a challenging document and raises fundamental questions concerning industrial relationships which need to be raised. GEORGE  ... 

Aggregate Advertising Expenditure in the U.S. Economy: Measurement and Growth Issues in the Digital Era

Alvin J. Silk, Ernst R. Berndt
2021 Foundations and Trends® in Marketing  
With these conditions in mind, we then proceed to conduct a detailed econometric analysis of the patchwork of nominal measures of aggregate adverting spending and nominal GDP.  ...  As Jorgenson (2001) has documented: "A substantial acceleration in the IT price decline occurred in 1995, triggered by a much sharper acceleration in the price decline of semiconductors in 1994" (p.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1700000074 fatcat:ayjwrexhlndbdbymuv5qmktssu

Online Access to Court Records - from Documents to Data, Particulars to Patterns

Peter W. Martin
2008 Social Science Research Network  
The State of Washington illustrates a similar patchwork pattern.  ...  Electronic documents, not to speak of electronic transcripts, make it possible for sensitive data, from account numbers to trade secrets, to be located in a single search.  ...  When openness threatens the fairness or integrity of a proceeding, the latter prevails.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1107412 fatcat:yh6f7rbcs5b2ng4jaquuluqfle

Realizing Lessons of the Last 20 Years: A Manifesto for Data Provisioning and Aggregation Services for the Digital Humanities (A Position Paper) System

Dominic Oldman, Martin de Doerr, Gerald de Jong, Barry Norton, Thomas Wikman
2014 D-Lib Magazine  
Yet these projects have failed to build up any sense of a coherent and structural infrastructure that would make them more than " bursts of optimism " (Prescott, 2012).  ...  of topics that can be covered.  ... 
doi:10.1045/july2014-oldman fatcat:un3unovtxfehjidpdiaigegide

United States: Publication of Financial Sector Assessment Program Documentation: Detailed Assessment of Observance of Basel Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision

International Monetary Fund
2010 IMF Staff Country Reports  
in a traditional sense is a smaller part of the broader financial system.  ...  In the assessors' view, the decisionmaker needs more, and more deeply assessed, information on these topics in order to make an informed decision on the licensing issue.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781455206612.002 fatcat:cer5vjkbljcf7g23ull4esknsa

Analyzing Enterprise Social Media Networks

Marc Smith, Derek L. Hansen, Eric Gleave
2009 2009 International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering  
Broadening adoption of social media applications within the enterprise offers a new and valuable data source for insight into the social structure of organizations.  ...  same or similar topics.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We appreciate the assistance of Telligent Systems, the NodeXL development Team, and the students of social media analysis classes at the University of Maryland.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cse.2009.468 dblp:conf/cse/SmithHG09 fatcat:jdrlghu5bvh2np3uszlkfjrbh4

Freedom of Religion or Belief: An International Law Commentary Heiner Bielefeldt, Nazila Ghanea and Michael Wiener Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2016, xxxix + 660 pp (hardback £125) ISBN: 978-0-19870398-3; (paperback £39.99) ISBN: 978-0-19-881361-3

Paul Coleman
2017 Ecclesiastical Law Journal  
Copies of the materials relating to the cases, however, such as the initiating claim (libellus), the documents presented in evidence (articuli) and detailed notes from the questioning of witnesses or the  ...  Salonen's study is very valuable on its own terms, but it also prompts wider sociological and, where appropriate, ecclesiological reflection: why and by whom is there resort to a court of law?  ...  (Indeed, what does and does not make the list of 'international standards' for each thematic chapter appears to be somewhat random.) Second, there is a brief introduction to the topic of conscience.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0956618x17000552 fatcat:7fkrpxzy35hy7j4zjn2gcw7k3a

Modularization and multi-granularity reuse of learning resources

Marek Meyer, Ralf Steinmetz, Abdulmotaleb El Saddik
2009 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
It is not necessarily bad to use only a single instance of a style sheet or logo for a whole learning resource; on the contrary, it often makes sense to avoid redundancy.  ...  After learning resources from different origins have been obtained and aggregated, the aggregation often looks like a patchwork.  ...  The advantage is that the appearance is coherently changed for all documents of a module.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1662529.1662533 fatcat:cykmsfw3p5dvrfmnw4dzgvca3y

A Dutch View on Discovery: Short and Sweet

Ianika Tzankova, Martijn van Maanen, Martijn Rijnhart
2014 Defense Counsel Journal  
Ianika is an expert on Dutch civil procedures and on issues related to class or group actions or other forms of aggregate litigation, the impact and utility of legislative reforms related to mass or other  ...  Ianika Tzankova is a partner at BarentsKrans.  ...  The documents are properly substantiated by, for example, a request for written correspondence between certain parties during a certain period with regard to a certain topic.  ... 
doi:10.12690/iadc-14-014 fatcat:6jbjxa3pyjdkzkswcczca7ptbi

A Roadmap for Assessing Student Learning Using the New Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education

Megan Oakleaf
2014 The journal of academic librarianship  
Although the Framework is still a draft document, most librarians are beginning to consider how the new Framework and the anticipated "sunset" of the Standards will impact both their information literacy  ...  The New Framework In the next several months, ACRL will likely approve a new and important document: the Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education.  ...  sense of self from being students of a discipline to becoming practitioners of that discipline.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2014.08.001 fatcat:45tx2pjhaveulae7cgheshxf74

Pixelating Forests: Remote Sensing Technologies in Forest Monitoring in Switzerland

Donata Dettwiler
2022 Swiss Yearbook of Administrative Sciences  
The article further expounds upon the role of remote sensing in the National Forest Inventory as a vector of continuity, scalability and rationalization of forest monitoring.  ...  The paper explores the quantification and inventory of forests with remote sensing in Switzerland, by leveraging contributions of political geography related to the material and volumetric dimensions of  ...  Only through calculative aggregations remotely sensed measurements are transformed into decision-making information. However, it is a work in progress.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ssas.161 fatcat:s32godducnhuvnybox7adekrdy

Mapping Community Use of Fisheries Resources in the U.S. Northeast

Kevin St. Martin
2008 Journal of Maps  
The marine environment, once a site for enumerating fish stock, is now depicted as a rich patchwork of habitats, corridors, nursery areas, marine protected areas, seasonal closures, etc.  ...  Abstract The crisis in marine fisheries has lead to a re-thinking of fisheries science and management.  ...  Below, I briefly describe a series of maps that were produced for a communitybased and participatory research project whose goal was to document fishing communities' utilization of and dependence upon  ... 
doi:10.4113/jom.2008.93 fatcat:ugdzeky5jjc53jyz6q6djk4vru

Temporality in Academic Evaluation

Björn Hammarfelt, Alexander D. Rushforth, Sarah De Rijcke
2020 Valuation Studies  
We consider how 'the trajectory' is evoked as a singularity within this genre of writing, thereby bestowing retrospectively a sense of coherence and purpose on the past performance and prospective development  ...  We unpack how the notion of 'trajectory' – a simultaneously prospective and retrospective narrative device permeating contemporary academic evaluation discourses – is mobilized within a particular evaluation  ...  Alexander Rushforth is a postdoctoral researcher in the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford.  ... 
doi:10.3384/vs.2001-5992.2020.7.1.33 fatcat:5cczvc3wqbc4hgxsincaxijcyi

Assessing the Stylistic Properties of Neurally Generated Text in Authorship Attribution [article]

E. Manjavacas and J. de Gussem and W. Daelemans and M. Kestemont
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We focus on a specific aspect of neural language generation: its ability to reproduce authorial writing styles.  ...  Here, we present an attempt at the systematic assessment of one aspect of the quality of neurally generated text.  ...  Only α will be used to train a LM, which then generates a third collection of synthetic documents. For each author in α and ω, we aggregate all documents into a list of sentences per sub-corpus.  ... 
arXiv:1708.05536v1 fatcat:ti26uerhmbe65atcs6ninn4xvq

Approaches for the Clustering of Geographic Metadata and the Automatic Detection of Quasi-Spatial Dataset Series

Javier Lacasta, Francisco Javier Lopez-Pellicer, Javier Zarazaga-Soria, Rubén Béjar, Javier Nogueras-Iso
2022 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
This work evaluates whether a clustering process can create quasi-spatial dataset series using only textual information from metadata elements.  ...  We assess the combination of different kinds of text cleaning approaches, word and sentence-embeddings representations (Word2Vec, GloVe, FastText, ELMo, Sentence BERT, and Universal Sentence Encoder),  ...  ., a photo, a book, or a video). However, the spatial dimension makes geospatial catalogue content to be a patchwork of regions over the earth's surface about heterogeneous themes.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi11020087 fatcat:kk2fjxth7rg37ocz5uyc32uwmq
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