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What demographic attributes do our digital footprints reveal? A systematic review

Joanne Hinds, Adam N. Joinson, David Garcia
2018 PLoS ONE  
Studies were included if they met the following criteria: (i) they reported findings where at least one demographic attribute was predicted/inferred from at least one form of digital footprint, (ii) the  ...  Recent research has demonstrated that the digital traces left by individuals as they browse and interact with others online may reveal who they are and what their interests may be.  ...  Unsupervised method for the authorship identification task: Notebook for PAN at CLEF 2014. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 2014. 103.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0207112 pmid:30485305 pmcid:PMC6261568 fatcat:jo2ycsiit5a23drbbpytifn36q

Data Leakage Prevention for Secure Cross-Domain Information Exchange

Kyrre Wahl Kongsgard, Nils Agne Nordbotten, Federico Mancini, Raymond Haakseth, Paal E. Engelstad
2017 IEEE Communications Magazine  
External plagiarism detection using information retrieval and sequence alignment-notebook for pan at clef 2011.  ...  Analysis shows that we need to retain at least 459 features (as compared with the thousands for the l 2 regularized counterparts) to achieve optimal performance, and that even with as few as 50, the performance  ...  Instead of relying on manually specified dirty word lists, we can build data-driven methods that automatically infer the words associated with classified content.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2017.1700235 fatcat:zwcixu2adrgnpgtkaxg4p5kxh4

1956 Annual Bibliography

Paul A. Brown
1957 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
Hodgson, Norma, and Cyprian Blag- den, eds: The Notebook of Thomas Bennet and Henry Clements (1686-1719). With Some Aspects of Book Trade Practice. (OBSP, v1 for 1953.) Oxford: Univ. Press. 1267.  ...  “‘Drames A Clef: A List of Plays with Characters Based on Real People. Part III. European Drama.” BNYPL, Lx, 289-297. 331. Wallace, Irving.  ... 
doi:10.1632/s0030812900012189 fatcat:aamg7ki6zjacho6lwtfuz5i44q

Keep it Simple, Make it Fast! An approach to underground music scenes (vol. 3)

Paula Guerra, Tânia Moreira
unpublished
Acknowledgements: We would like to thank Yves Dorémieux and Avi Kelman for their useful insights and critiques, as well as people at the KISMIF conference for their challenging comments.  ...  at the 2016 KISMIF conference in Porto; the members of the Popular Music Research Group for their constructive feedback; the KISMIF conference team; and the University of Porto for hosting us.  ...  However, if these boundary-making processes definitely share some common features, their modalities are different.  ... 
fatcat:r2dc4eczdja3pfvvw2qow72vge

The Computational Attitude in Music Theory

Eamonn Patrick Bell
2019
The computational attitude is a way of thinking about music that is learned at the computer but can be applied away from it.  ...  In Chapter 1, I describe this attitude, the stakes for considering the computer as one of its instruments, and the kinds of historical sources and methodologies we might draw on to chart its ascendance  ...  , loudness, amplitude envelope, etc.), with each feature or parameter contributing a "dimension" to the complete specification of the sound.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-yfr2-k514 fatcat:hbfr2ld4krhyzawqydvujizelq

Woolley_columbia_0054D_13260.pdf [article]

2017
his activity, specifically, and, more generally, the attitudes towards authorship, adaptation, and narration constituting the prevailing ethos of the time; here, we take a survey of several of Robun's  ...  In conjunction with, and in order better to situate, the foregoing, its secondary task is to question the literary-historical emplotment of this period and its authors in the later 1920s, at the moment  ...  identification with ontological possibility.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8h138pf fatcat:3yaw3liqsfgxjba4ozm33cxnjq

Inimical Languages: Conflicts of Multilingualism in British Modernist Literature

Emily Hayman
2017
It argues that it is specifically through the disruptive effects of small-scale multilingual fragments - traces of foreign language so slight that they are at once easily overlooked and subtly influential  ...  At the same time, these fragments' inherent contrast between foreign language and English context interlace the text with points of rupture, exposing authorial manipulations of language and disrupting  ...  provenance, a sort of mass (even anonymous) authorship" 85 within cultural discourse.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8b56gv4 fatcat:rjnxueaphvfczi2eqddm4qcnu4