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EUROSCEPTICISM – THE NEW FEAR OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

SANDA GHEORGHE GABRIEL
2019 Analele Universităţii Constantin Brâncuşi din Târgu Jiu : Seria Economie  
The European Union is dominated by permanent change and diversity so that public opinion regarding different EU-related issues follows a similar trend.  ...  Second, the favor-able attitudes and opinions towards the EU have increasingly changed into disapproving or sceptic attitudes in the last years.  ...  The literature on the topic of public opinion towards the EU has known a significant development in the last decade.  ... 
doaj:aa312ee218434cb798489237314977dc fatcat:xvr3blylqzaz7mpvuvvjddpyja

5335 days of Implementation Science: using natural language processing to examine publication trends and topics

Jonathan P Scaccia, Victoria C Scott
2021 Implementation Science  
We sought to apply NLP to identify publication trends in the journal Implementation Science, including key topic clusters and the distribution of topics over time.  ...  Moving evidence-based practices into the hands of practitioners requires the synthesis and translation of research literature.  ...  The approach presented in this study does not analyze relations among words (synonyms and similar terms).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-021-01120-4 pmid:33902657 pmcid:PMC8077727 fatcat:e4ypxj6iq5hw7owv4l2gfe5b2q

30 years of rubberized concrete investigations (1990-2020). A bibliometric analysis

Zakaryaa Zarhri, William Rosado Martinez, Jose Antonio Dominguez Lepe, Ricardo Enrique Vega Azamar, Maritza Chan Juarez, Blandy Berenice Pamplona Solis
2022 Revista ALCONPAT  
This work presents a bibliometric study of the literature on the use of caucho in the construction to promote the interest of using rubber as a prime material to reduce pollution at a global level.  ...  Published papers in the period 1999-2020 in both databases, Scopus and Web of Science (WoS), are taken into account using the Methodi Ordinatio and the VOSviewer software.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge of the support of the Catedra CONACYT Project number 746, LNS Proyect number 202101008N and the CONACYT Fronteras project (2096029).  ... 
doi:10.21041/ra.v12i1.554 fatcat:m3r6zfeeqvfk3doa5o464cyl2a

Trends in data mining research: A two-decade review using topic analysis

Yury Zelenkov, Ekaterina Anisichkina
2021 Business Informatics  
The results presented here shed light on the structure and trends of data mining over the past twenty years and allow us to expand our understanding of this scientific discipline.  ...  The last two topics, Text Mining and Data Streams have attracted steady interest from researchers.  ...  Dam and Ghose [12] used topic modeling to analyze the content of the proceedings of the International Conference on Principles and Practices of Multi-Agent Systems (PRIMA).  ... 
doi:10.17323/2587-814x.2021.1.30.46 fatcat:24jaguofkvazxa66y6rggmjggu

BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS ON SUSTAINABILITY IN THE CEMENT INDUSTRY/ANÁLISE BIBLIOMÉTRICA DE SUSTENTABILIDADE NA INDÚSTRIA DO CIMENTO

Julia Santiago de Matos Monteiro Lira, Laís Bandeira Barros, Luiza Meira de Miranda
2020 Brazilian Journal of Development  
Research on technologies aimed at reducing GHG emissions during the cement manufacturing process can be found in the scientific literature, and include mineral addition, clinker-free cement (or with low  ...  Moreover, the most widely analyzed impact categories were energy consumption and CO2 emissions, despite the likelihood of other categories having even greater impacts.  ...  Among the papers considered, literature reviews focusing on fossil fuel combustion were not analyzed.  ... 
doi:10.34117/bjdv6n10-607 fatcat:enzsebu655chnesvylnpq6nzde

THE PROBLEM OF PROFILE EDUCATION IN PEDAGOGICAL THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE HIGHLY DEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Natalia Logutina, Lydmila Lebed
2020 International Humanitarian Journal – Sophia Prima: dialogue of eternal recurrence  
The authors of the article examined and analyzed the problem оf prоfile training in several countries.  ...  The article deals with the prоblem of prоfile education in pedagogical theоry and practice оf developed countries of the world, analyzes the level of education and preparation of students to the process  ...  In these countries, the development of education is traditionally followed by the introduction of a wide variety of biases and trends, the profiling of learning.  ... 
doi:10.34170/2707-370x-2020-39-47 fatcat:f2nfd76hungc3eh4ugkofywsba

Science and the Precautionary Principle in International Courts and Tribunals: Expert Evidence, Burden of Proof and Finality - By Caroline E. Foster

Makane Moïse Mbengue
2012 Review of European Community & International Environmental Law  
With regard to more horizontal policy issues, such as access and benefit sharing, a more comprehensive analysis of the extensive academic literature in the field would have assisted in positioning the  ...  Overall, the book provides a robust analysis of a range of topics under biodiversity law, examining several international instruments to that end and complementing the legal analysis with scientific, historical  ...  Foster should be commended for raising new perspectives under which the question of the burden of proof in scientific disputes could be analyzed.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9388.2012.00760_2.x fatcat:fkmcyccm3rg57o3iedln3xkehi

An Enhanced Approach to Mine Maximal Frequent Itemset using Maximal Frequent Itemset Prima Algorithm (MFIPA)

R. Smeeta Mary, K. Perumal
2019 Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
In data mining finding out the frequent itemsets is one of the very essential topics. Data mining helps in identifying the best knowledge for different decision makers.  ...  It explores all the frequent itemset that is present in the input and according to the support the maximum frequent itemset is identified.  ...  THE PROPOSED ALGORITHM (MFIPA) In this paper, a new approach Maximal Frequent Itemset Prima algorithm is introduced and works more efficiently with the transactional database.  ... 
doi:10.51983/ajcst-2019.8.s2.2035 fatcat:nrdlxqnp5nghbihio42jmzm3ni

Current state of ethics literature synthesis: a systematic review of reviews

Marcel Mertz, Hannes Kahrass, Daniel Strech
2016 BMC Medicine  
In the scientific literature, however, systematic or semi-systematic reviews of ethics literature already exist, and scholarly debate on their opportunities and limitations has recently bloomed.  ...  to the reporting of analysis methods; for example, only 25 % of the reviews reported the ethical approach needed to analyze and synthesize normative information.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank our student assistant Nadine Komeinda for her help in retrieving and electronically archiving the full text versions of the articles we found, and our student assistant  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12916-016-0688-1 pmid:27716264 pmcid:PMC5052713 fatcat:2zdmva7v7bfabnu26q74jt2dcy

An Overviuw Of The Teaching And Learning Process Basic Programming In Algorithm And Programming Courses

Wilda Susanti, Et. al.
2021 Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education  
In this paper, we review the literature related to computer programming learning, where Algorithms and Programming are the topic domains of the Informatics and Computer science clusters.  ...  The main focus of this review is on beginner programming and topics related to student difficulties in learning programming.  ...  Appropriate samples were collected and analyzed. The following are the systematic steps taken in conducting a literature study as shown in Figure 2 .  ... 
doi:10.17762/turcomat.v12i2.2332 fatcat:2cakfom47vd5znzxqpvewuz644

Argumentation schemes in AI: A literature review. Introduction to the special issue

Fabrizio Macagno
2021 Argument & Computation  
This theoretical background will be followed by a literature review on the uses of the schemes in computing, aimed at identifying the most important areas and trends, the most promising proposals, and  ...  , i.e., the topics.  ...  Acknowledgement I would like to thank the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia for the research grants PTDC/FER-FIL/28278/2017 and UIDB/00183/2020 and the CHIST-ERA Programme for the research grant CHIST-ERA  ... 
doi:10.3233/aac-210020 fatcat:vnv2vtora5elljzgcyx2ks446y

Sources: The Oxford Companion to World Exploration

Suzanne T. Larsen
2007 Reference and user services quarterly  
as "prima soprano."  ...  In comparison to other encyclopedias of either the Renaissance or the Reformation, the articles in Renaissance and Reformation provide greater depth for the selected topics.  ... 
doi:10.5860/rusq.47n1.87 fatcat:a6mtcw5vq5dazi225dwdq5rtyu

Talking about cases in bioethics: the effect of an intensive course on health care professionals

J. I Malek
2000 Journal of Medical Ethics  
In addition, after the course respondents seemed to have a more subtle understanding of the relevant issues in the cases and applied theory to these cases more frequently.  ...  Following the course, respondents defended their responses more carefully and articulated their thoughts more clearly.  ...  ) and Ellen S Tambor, MA for coding the open-ended responses, to Theresa Doksum, MPH for her assistance in analyzing the demographic data, and to Robert M Veatch, PhD, for giving us permission to conduct  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.26.2.131 pmid:10786325 pmcid:PMC1733181 fatcat:dwdo4tnqebasznh2iqb66obu3e

Relationship Between Neurological Injury and Patterns of Upright Mobility in Children With Spinal Cord Injury

Ross Chafetz, John P. Gaughan, Christina Calhoun, Jennifer Schottler, Lawrence Vogel, Randal Betz, M.J. Mulcahey
2013 Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation  
Patients were asked if they had participated in upright mobility in the last month and, if so, in what environment and with what type of bracing.  ...  The predictors and patterns of upright mobility in children with a spinal cord injury (SCI) are poorly understood.  ...  Acknowledgments The study was funded by the Shriners Hospitals for Children Research Advisory Board grant 8956 (M.J. Mulcahey, PI).  ... 
doi:10.1310/sci1901-31 pmid:23678283 pmcid:PMC3584792 fatcat:3a5dzm2vlnco5dlmn55ujon3jq

Il giallo in colonia: Italian Post-Imperial Crime Novels

Luciana D'Arcangeli, Laura Lori
2017 Quaderni d'Italianistica  
It also analyzes how the relationship between Italy and its colonies is generally portrayed in these crime novels.  ...  This article analyzes several crime stories set during Italian imperial history, in particular Andrea Camilleri's La presa di Macallè (2003) and Il nipote del Negus (2010); Carlo Lucarelli's L'ottava vibrazione  ...  However, there is also another specific trend within post-imperialist literature in Italian: that of novels in which an adult son or daughter looks into the pages of Italian colonial history to find information  ... 
doi:10.33137/q.i..v37i1.28279 fatcat:mv6sslh22jgi3nxmtpfqevv6z4
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