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Investigating response time and accuracy in online classifier learning for multimedia publish-subscribe systems

Asra Aslam, Edward Curry
2021 Multimedia tools and applications  
In this paper, we describe a classifier construction approach for the training of online classifiers, that can handle dynamic subscriptions with low response time and provide reasonable accuracy for the  ...  Machine learning-based techniques have enabled rapid progress in solving real-world problems and need to be optimised for the low response time of the multimedia event processing paradigm.  ...  We also gratefully acknowledge the support of NVIDIA Corporation for the donation of GPU (Titan Xp).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-020-10277-x pmid:34720665 pmcid:PMC8550296 fatcat:xxkpkly22rhwfotmyssrb4yd2e

The Evolving Role of Online Virtual Patients in Internal Medicine Clerkship Education Nationally

Valerie J. Lang, Jennifer Kogan, Norm Berman, Dario Torre
2013 Academic Medicine  
Once adopted, VPs may be used to substitute for an existing learning activity (elimination strategy), change or enhance an existing learning activity (integration strategy), or add on to existing learning  ...  But the advent of online interactive virtual patients (VPs) represents an innovation in clerkship education.  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0b013e3182a7f28f pmid:24072116 fatcat:htegb5gprrbe3cjrxw3aq7npk4

Microlearning: Knowledge management applications and competency-based training in the workplace

2018 Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal  
to e-learning and an asset to learning organizations focused on improving the performance of their employees.  ...  , 2) ways microlearning integrates with knowledge management applications through situational mentoring, and 3) how competency-based microlearning, via subscription learning, is both an innovative approach  ...  Third, we will analyze how competency-based microlearning, via subscription learning, is both an innovative approach to e-learning and an asset to learning organizations focused on improving the performance  ... 
doi:10.34105/j.kmel.2018.10.008 fatcat:n2poqttblvdlxbzkldzfn7raqe

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doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7945 fatcat:e62sl2g5kjfjhcxvqu64cojxja

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2019 Against the Grain  
Visit www.amdigital.co.uk for further details www.taylorfrancis.comA single destination for eBooks from Taylor & Francis with increased functionality and an improved user experience to meet the needs of  ...  provides an excellent place for students to begin their research, or to learn about the process of doing research during information literacy instruction. " "especially well-suited to the beginning user  ...  NEWEST JOURNALS FROM ANNUAL REVIEWS: Visit us during the Charleston Conference Vendor Showcase at Table #106 A 30-day free trial period for institutional users Subscription prices according to the Carnegie  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.7941 fatcat:mda2bx4a2zebrp4im4pqfzjxum

Beyond Google

Brenda Carter
2021 IASL Annual Conference Proceedings  
skills and learning outcomes.  ...  The internet is often students' first choice when researching school assignments; however students' online search strategies typically consist of a basic Google search and Wikipedia.  ...  The use of subscription databases has increased by an average of 7880% since information literacy lessons have begun.  ... 
doi:10.29173/iasl7709 fatcat:h2pghdtn7rgdfhzjnnhcedrv2q

Online Cooperative Teaching Mode Based on Self-Direction Theory in Method of Sport Science Research

Rongmei Chen, Siyuan Chen
2020 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
As an important indicator for measuring professional talents, the capacity for scientific research has received more and more attention.  ...  The course of Method of Sport Science Research can systematically teach students to learn the theory of scientific research, grasp professional method of scientific research and lay a foundation for cultivating  ...  Hence, over 80% of students in this study considered the online cooperative teaching mode could improve students' performance, change learning methods, fully mobilize students' enthusiasm, stimulate students  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v15i22.18035 fatcat:dgubs6jdangs7bayynsr6blbuq

Real-time polling to help corral university-learners' wandering minds

Trevor John Price
2021 Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning  
and boosts collective understanding about the use of polling as a way to improve professional practice and increase learning.  ...  Previous research is outdated or limited to real-time polling for teaching and learning during physical classes.  ...  If online software can be utilised to its fullest, then more options for improved teaching and learning are available. This often requires subscription to such a service.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jrit-03-2020-0017 fatcat:mqoe3coo2rfshplyffggtfq3ia

Management of Self-directed E-learning from Open Accessed Journals in Science Education

Juan LI, Feng-shou TIAN, Zhong-ke SUN
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
At present, Open Access (OA) becomes a widely recognized format for publishing scholarly articles and these materials are useful for self-directed E-learning.  ...  This paper expresses authors' perspectives for current understanding on the impacts of OA on society and education, the pros and cons of OA for self-directed E-learning.  ...  of the plan for adoption.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/icssm2017/10433 fatcat:zkcayjxgifglriqn3ex5ohynvq

The Preparedness of a Philippine Higher Education Institution on the Implementation of Flexible Learning (FL)

Jocelyn L. Absolor, Enhelyn L. Morla, Gina Mae C. Villanueva, Marites J. Yacap, Jerome R. Bueno
2022 Technium Social Sciences Journal  
as constraints that need to be improved.The Learning Continuity Plan(LCP) suggested measures to improve the implementation of Flexible Learning(FL).With these results,it is suggested that resources,Learning  ...  The areas considered along preparedness are the following: resources, modes of delivering instructions, policies, support services for students, course packages(available offline/online), mechanisms for  ...  Gilbert R.Arce for being a part of this endeavor.  ... 
doi:10.47577/tssj.v32i1.6685 fatcat:qg4pcq3y3rhhdac433g5x3tmce

Reward Design via Online Gradient Ascent

Jonathan Sorg, Satinder P. Singh, Richard L. Lewis
2010 Neural Information Processing Systems  
In this work, we develop a gradient ascent approach with formal convergence guarantees for approximately solving the optimal reward problem online during an agent's lifetime.  ...  We show that our method generalizes a standard policy gradient approach, and we demonstrate its ability to improve reward functions in agents with various forms of limitations.  ...  For each action, there Overall Conclusion: We developed PGRD, a new method for approximately solving the optimal reward problem in bounded planning agents that can be applied in an online setting.  ... 
dblp:conf/nips/SorgSL10 fatcat:gs2xvz62dvh7ldluspc2ikqere

The University of Wisconsin Flexible Option is an effective model to prepare students for a recovering economy

Ryan Specht‐Boardman, Suresh Chalasani, Kim Kostka, Laura Kite, Aaron Brower
2021 The Journal of Competency-Based Education  
The COVID-19 pandemic will likely be retrospectively viewed as an accelerator of the economic transformation already well underway in the 21st century, rather than a disruption to an existing trend.  ...  The 21st century global economy is best characterized by an unprecedented speed of development and transformation.  ...  Instructors provide a Suggested Pacing Plan in each course, which gives students strategies for approaching the work over the subscription period.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cbe2.1235 fatcat:4dufxlxxgfgvje54bi45rdjnea

Front Matter

2020 The Foundation Review  
Contact Pat Robinson at pat.robinson@gvsu.edu for more information. FREE TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION Start your 90-day free online trial at thefoundationreview.org.  ...  This article also offers recommendations for foundations seeking to plan and structure archives, with specific suggestions for organizing and preserving records at various stages of an organization's lifespan  ... 
doi:10.9707/1944-5660.1511 fatcat:4dbxb4q5wvf4jlk2yu7sp3c2ae

The development and subsequent reconstruction of SHARC

Randall K. Ward, MLIS, Ian Q. King, MLIS, Dr. Carmen Herbel Spears, RN DHA MSN BSN
2017 Journal of Online Higher Education  
The primary focus of this paper is to share experiences, demonstrate principles, make recommendations, and point out pitfalls in the development of an online research and resource portal/hub in an online  ...  Many lessons were learned which will be shared here. Statistics will be presented that demonstrate the improvement in usage when the new SHARC was rolled out.  ...  METHODS The original vision for SHARC came directly from the leadership of S-H Online.  ... 
doaj:1e7191302dab4bd686a5de8abc071d7e fatcat:o4eqbpz45vfjfeobpa6bsfwoby

A novel structure for online surgical undergraduate teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic

P C Chandrasinghe, R C Siriwardana, S K Kumarage, B N L Munasinghe, A Weerasuriya, S Tillakaratne, D Pinto, B Gunathilake, F R Fernando
2020 BMC Medical Education  
The Covid-19 pandemic necessitated the delivery of online higher education. Online learning is a novel experience for medical education in Sri Lanka.  ...  Over 95% have either participated for all or most sessions. A majority of the respondents (83.4%) 'definitely agreed' that the discussions helped to improve their clinical sense.  ...  We wish to thank Lanka Education and Research Network (LEARN) and the University of Kelaniya for providing access to the online meeting platform enabling online teaching during the challenging times.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-020-02236-9 pmid:32962691 pmcid:PMC7506821 fatcat:qvqmok3vcrbjbl7pug5box2wri
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