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Innovation and Global Issues 1: Extended Abstracts Book [article]

Nurettin Bilici, Ragıp Pehlivanlı, Selçuk Demirkılınç
It is a valuable academic work that contains extended abstracts of the academic studies presented within the scope of Innovation and Global Issues Congress I in Patara Antique city by InGlobe Academy and  ...  When the answers given by Ibn Sayyad were incomplete and contradictory, the Prophet said, "Shut up!  ...  The Prophet could not learn anything about him and said, "If the woman had allowed, he would have explained his situation to us."  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13634555.v3 fatcat:nlekic2mu5cmze3ad5dn6jorzq

Innovation and Global Issues 1: Extended Abstracts Book [article]

Nurettin Bilici, Ragıp Pehlivanlı, Selçuk Demirkılınç
When the answers given by Ibn Sayyad were incomplete and contradictory, the Prophet said, "Shut up!  ...  The Prophet could not learn anything about him and said, "If the woman had allowed, he would have explained his situation to us."  ...  It cannot be fictionalized as a "unique", "single" identity narration which does not locate apart from its environment, group and family. Spatial togetherness pervades on the country femininity.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13634555.v1 fatcat:q5mkgjq3jrh5jn4ualb2pshj5u

Integrating back, history and bookmarks in web browsers

Shaun Kaasten, Saul Greenberg
2001 CHI '01 extended abstracts on Human factors in computer systems - CHI '01  
However, there is no clear reason why the thumbnail findings could not apply to a general population.  ...  A few other answers hinted that participants were aware of the stack-Back pruning behavior, but even then they had an incorrect view as to when and why this happened.  ...  If most titles/URLs are short then truncation is not that important. If they are long, we can expect much truncation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/634288.634291 fatcat:fqvk5uiji5h47lohxdh6ntzsyi


Toni-Jan Keith Monserrat, Shengdong Zhao, Kevin Mcgee, Anshul Vikram Pandey
2013 CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems on - CHI EA '13  
However, current video navigation tools do not adequately support the kinds of goals that students typically have, like quickly finding a particular concept in a blackboard-style lecture video.  ...  Another area of active research involves search-based video retrieval, supporting queries based on textual keywords, visual examples, and concepts [20] .  ...  If the answer the user is looking for is not clearly represented by the visual objects on the screen, NoteVideo does not provide any advantage over the other two interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2468356.2479567 dblp:conf/chi/MonserratZMP13 fatcat:iupopsfkbbgxrcypvmhhxwd5te

Reflective HCI

Paul Dourish, Janet Finlay, Phoebe Sengers, Peter Wright
2004 Extended abstracts of the 2004 conference on Human factors and computing systems - CHI '04  
In extending this work to the responsive media environment of the TGarden, the relation is not limited to the rhythm of one body with another, but of one body with the salient responsive elements in the  ...  By agent-free we mean an approach that does not presume the subject.  ...  We are extending critical technical practice to incorporate reflection not only by researchers but also by users.  ... 
doi:10.1145/985921.986203 dblp:conf/chi/DourishFSW04 fatcat:2riaoweryzhnza25n4hwbghwha

Nearest group queries

Dongxiang Zhang, Chee-Yong Chan, Kian-Lee Tan
2013 Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management - SSDBM  
This new type of query is named k nearest group (kNG) query, which finds k groups of elements that are closest to q with each group containing one object from each data source. kNG query is useful in many  ...  It finds k elements from a data source D that are closest to a given query point q in a metric space. In this paper, we extend kNN query to retrieve closest elements from multiple data sources.  ...  IR-tree is useful when spatial pruning and textual pruning can be performed at the same time when answering top-k spatial keyword queries.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2484838.2484866 dblp:conf/ssdbm/ZhangCT13 fatcat:qk5vo4juwjfudl2tzyjp6rk6ey

Spatialized Browsing in Large Data Archives

Sara I. Fabrikant
2000 Transactions on GIS  
A proof of concept is provided that illustrates how spatial metaphors might be embodied in a query interface to visually explore the catalog of the Alexandria Digital Library.  ...  Graphic depictions of large databases are increasingly based on the spatial metaphor. These representations are also known as spatialized views or information spaces.  ...  Some users might not have a well-defined information need, and might desire to gain an overview of the entire collection first, before querying it with a specific keyword.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9671.00038 fatcat:5mktyz4irrem7koj3h462mxnva

Database research at the National University of Singapore

Stephane Bressan, Chee Yong Chan, Wynne Hsu, Mong-Li Lee, Tok-Wang Ling, Beng Chin Ooi, Kian-Lee Tan, Anthony K.H. Tung
2013 SIGMOD record  
The manager could issue a follow-up "why-not" question to clarify why Alice's sales figure is not higher than that of Bob's.  ...  We are extending our work to road networks (e.g., finding frequent routes [7] ) and to support a wider variety of query types (e.g., nearest group queries [41] ).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2503792.2503803 fatcat:vjmwiquqobhhxofmhhkt3q5boy

Spatial Keyword Querying: Ranking Evaluation and Efficient Query Processing [article]

Ilkcan Keles
2018 PhD series, Technical Faculty of IT and Design, ˜Aalborg=ålborgœ University  
They propose the Group Extended R-tree (GER-tree) to effi-ciently process top-k groups spatial keyword queries.  ...  Abstract Spatial keyword querying has attracted considerable research efforts in the past few years.  ...  For instance, if a user specifies that he plans to walk to the cluster, the ∆ ub should not be set to more than 3-4 kilometers.  ... 
doi:10.5278/ fatcat:x53exbaxcjd7bjq5g7uwexspqu

Symbolic photograph content-based retrieval

Philippe Mulhem, Joo Hwee Lim
2002 Proceedings of the eleventh international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '02  
We define links between indexing levels and the related query modes. The experiment conducted on 2400 home photographs shows the behavior of the multiple indexing levels during retrieval.  ...  Last but not least, the fuzzy detection results are registered as a Fuzzy Object Map (FOM) and further aggregated spatially (spatial summary) into a Spatial Aggregation Map (SAM).  ...  For each query listed in Table 1 We first discuss the reason why the VK results are more precise than those of the CG.  ... 
doi:10.1145/584792.584811 dblp:conf/cikm/MulhemL02 fatcat:caqoso7n2vddhd7flo5opicnrm

Use Application Programming Interfaces of Data Repositories to Create Local Data Catalogs

Duane Costa, Stevan Earl, Gastil Gastil-Buhl, John Porter
2017 Zenodo  
The API may be used to harvest data associated with a particular research group, project, or station, which can then be branded and styled for display on a project website.  ...  However, while the repository provides search, download, and other data cataloging functions that facilitate data discoverability and access, research groups are often required to maintain a local catalog  ...  If the answer is "no", then why bother indexing it? ONly two query parameters. Easy, right?  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5523093 fatcat:c7no25r4yvbfnglylq7lry37zq

Providing built-in keyword search capabilities in RDBMS

Guoliang Li, Jianhua Feng, Xiaofang Zhou, Jianyong Wang
2010 The VLDB journal  
As an alternative, in this paper we propose a new concept called Compact Steiner Tree (CSTree), which can be used to approximate the Steiner tree problem for answering top-k keyword queries efficiently  ...  The proposed techniques can be implemented using a standard relational RDBMS to benefit from its indexing and query processing capability.  ...  [27] approached the problem of answering keyword queries over XML documents using grouped distance minimum connecting trees.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00778-010-0188-4 fatcat:5pqmkoshxrdn3ao7tc73fflnbq

Design of a temporal geosocial semantic web for military stabilization and reconstruction operations

Bhavani Thuraisingham, Latifur Khan, Murat Kantarcioglu, Vaibhav Khadilkar
2009 Proceedings of the ACM SIGKDD Workshop on CyberSecurity and Intelligence Informatics - CSI-KDD '09  
This work has also identified the 5Ws (Who, When, What, Where and Why) and the (H).  ...  However not all of our stabilization and reconstruction operations (SARO) have been as successful.  ...  Advanced query extends basic query facility by augmenting address field (block, street, city). Ontology allows users to search at various levels of abstraction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1599272.1599285 dblp:conf/kdd/ThuraisinghamKKK09 fatcat:hleqiiitqfg5njb3ytwllirula

GETESS—Searching the Web Exploiting German Texts [chapter]

Steffen Staab, Christian Braun, Ilvio Bruder, Antje Düsterhöft, Andreas Heuer, Meike Klettke, Günter. Neumann, Bernd Prager, Jan Pretzel, Hans-Peter Schnurr, Rudi Studer, Hans Uszkoreit (+1 others)
1999 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Database functionality brings up answers from the abstract databases that are composed of different abstracts.  ...  The two kinds of index data ('simple' keywords and abstracts) are stored in databases. The broker process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48414-0_7 fatcat:zjwjobdpvnetdd4a4eckd7vlm4

Techniques of Ontology and its Usage in Indian Languages - A Review

Rajveer Kaur, Saurabh Sharma
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Shared reveals the insight that an ontology captures accordant knowledge i.e. it"s not individual personal information, however accepted by a group.  ...  The sub modules of User interface Design include Language Selection, Input Query, Keyword Extraction, Keyword Extraction and Translation, and Information Retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.5120/19975-1873 fatcat:klt7q4x4qff25mtjvoecrsgtuy
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