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Smith, Andrew B. T. (2016): Corrections to Neotropical Rhinaspis Perty and Plectris LePeletier and Audinet-Serville (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae) classification and nomenclature. ... Rhinaspis Perty, 1830 Rhinaspis Perty, 1830: 46. Type species Rhinaspis schrankii Perty, 1830 by monotypy. Synonym. Hyporhiza Dejean, 1833: 162. ... Introduction The Neotropical genera Rhinaspis Perty, 1830 and Plectris LePeletier and Audinet-Serville, 1828 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae: Macrodactylini) include 14 and 360 species, respectively ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.4531784 fatcat:2rwhsl6xbbdunhz3krq52u6uvi
Despite increasing interest in and acknowledgement of the significance of video games, current descriptive practices are not sufficiently robust to support searching, browsing, and other access behaviors from diverse user groups. In order to address this issue, the Game Metadata Research Group at the University of Washington Information School, in collaboration with the Seattle Interactive Media Museum, worked toward creating a standardized metadata schema. This metadata schema was empiricallydoi:10.1002/asi.23357 fatcat:d6zbg4e3ajenhe6vmflckpkggy
more »... valuated using multiple approaches-collaborative review, schema testing, semi-structured user interview, and a large-scale survey. Reviewing and testing the schema revealed issues and challenges in sourcing the metadata for particular elements, determining the level of granularity for data description, and describing digitally distributed games. The findings from user studies suggest that users value various subject and visual metadata, information about how games are related to each other, and data regarding game expansions/alterations such as additional content and networked features. The metadata schema was extensively revised based on the evaluation results, and we present the new element definitions from the revised schema in this paper. This work will serve as a platform and catalyst for advances in the design and use of video game metadata.
Video games and interactive media are increasingly becoming important part of our culture and everyday life, and subsequently, of archival and digital library collections. However, existing organizational systems often use vague or inconsistent terms to describe video games or attempt to use schemas designed for textual bibliographic resources. Our research aims to create a standardized metadata schema and encoding scheme that provides an intelligent and comprehensive way to represent videodoi:10.1145/2467696.2467702 dblp:conf/jcdl/LeeCFP13 fatcat:v3l6dyibrfcmbeqtrrwrspfbzq
more »... s. We conducted interviews with 24 gamers, focusing on their video game-related information needs and seeking behaviors. We also performed a domain analysis of current organizational systems used in catalog records and popular game websites, evaluating metadata elements used to describe games. With these results in mind, we created a list of elements which form a metadata schema for describing video games, with both a core set of 16 elements and an extended set of 46 elements providing more flexibility in expressing the nature of a game.
Western Humanities Review
“Andrew Jessie” Hansen. (Hans and Andrew were sons of Jessie Anderson. ) . “Karen Scrook.” (According to one informant, ‘‘Scrook”—Danish ‘‘Skruk”—means a setting hen. ) . “Shingle Pete” Hansen. ... “Perty Pete’ Larsen. (He was a drug store man who was very good looking and who apparently thought of himself as quite the boy with the ladies. ...
Cox, Justinus Kerner, Asa Mahan, André-Saturnin Morin, Maximilian Perty, B.W. Richmond, and Edward C. Rogers. ... In a discussion of the literary products of Andrew Davis, the famous "Poughkeepsie Seer" and precursor of modern spiritualism we have mentioned above, Perty found them to be a mixture of inspiration and ... This living agency, Davis wrote, was due to "vital electricity" Andrew Jackson Davis projected by the medium's body, and by clairvoyance. ...doaj:2ec168761f984ba49adde6900f37dc7a fatcat:cgvzw2jzzvbb3jeqzcmj6do2bq
Groce was entitled to an unconditional fee, only, in said pro- perty, if he left children him surviving. 8d. ... Groce, as next friend of his own minor children, and of Elizabeth Andrews, the minor child of Joseph B. Andrews, deceased, against Richard B. ...
Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports
Roper on Husband and Wife, 178, 221, 224; Andrews & Bro. v. Jones, 10 Ala. 400, 423-4. ... Welsh, would be the heirs at law, in right of their wives, if the pro- perty was reduced to possession by them. Clay’s Dig. 168, § 2. ...
The Insurance Law Journal
So far as these facts go, the inference is that Stearns intended to in- sure only his own interest in the house as well as in the personal pro- perty. ... And the important element is lacking which is necessary to establish the claim of Andrews. There is another view of this case which leads to the same result. ...
Andrew, Wiltshire. In December 1815 his son, Thomas Grove, sold the Grange and other estates to Robert Peel, then of Churchbank, Lancashire, and afterwards of Cwmelan, Esq. In 1835 Mr. ... Peel sold the pro- perty to Henry Pelham, fourth Duke of Newcastle, who in 1844 sold it to General Sir William Loftus Otway, C.B. His repre- sentatives have recently sold the property. ...
Wesolek, Andrew, et all.. 2017. NASIG Core Competencies for Scholarly Communication Librarians tersedia di http://www.nasig.org. ... Pulau Pinang. pp. 2 Menjadi Scholarly Communication Librarians Online dictionary for library and information science tersedia pada https://www.abc-clio. com/ODLIS/odlis_s.aspx Wesolek, Andrew ...doi:10.18326/pustabiblia.v2i2.183-194 fatcat:mwjault4hfcyjcrcbvbcba5o3m
Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports
decision, and the case authorized to be made by it, we proceed to the consideration of the alleged error assigned by Rugely and Harrison ; namely, that the chancellor should have condemned three slaves, Andrew ... William, however, refused to com- ply with his father’s request, but allowed Eli to rent the pro- perty, and to receive the rents for three or four years. ...
International Journal of Experimental Pathology
dis- | tribution of the blood-groups in patients | suffering from malignant disease, 66 Ansmia, secondary, reaction of the blood in, | 105 Anaérobie jar, improved form of McIntosh | and Fildes’, 153 ANDREWES ... Abscesses, fixation, selective deposition of | bacteria in, 276 Acetone-extracted bacteria, perties of, 131 Acriflavine, antiseptic potency of, 95 Agglutination of hemoglobinophilic bacteria, 283 Agglutinin ...
The Banking Law Journal
Held: To constitute a valid gift, there must bea delivery of the pro- perty to the donee, or to some person for his use. A gift is a contract exe- cuted. ... In an issue between the administra- tor of William, and Andrew Scott, to determine whether the right to the certificate passed to Andrew by the indorsement, there was a verdict for the administrator which ...
Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports
M’GEE US ANDREW and WILEY EASTIS. 1. ... execution has conveyed the premises, is a competent witness, on the part of the defendants, to prove that they are tenants under him. 3.In a case where land is purchased at a slierifi’s sale, as the pro- perty ...
American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine
Andrew, Esq. He then became the pro- perty of C. H. Bouverie, Esq.; was sold from the stables of Mr. ... THE STALLION ANDREW. ...
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