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Discriminative Latent Models for Recognizing Contextual Group Activities

Tian Lan, Yang Wang, Weilong Yang, S. N. Robinovitch, G. Mori
2012 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence  
In this paper, we go beyond recognizing the actions of individuals and focus on group activities.  ...  Our experimental results demonstrate the benefit of using contextual information for disambiguating group activities.  ...  MODELING CONTEXTUAL GROUP ACTIV-ITIES The main objective of our work is to evaluate the benefit of contextual information in group activity recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpami.2011.228 pmid:22144516 pmcid:PMC3471989 fatcat:rquapi7sgbgstojep65pde5yv4

Beyond the Ballot: Immigrant Collective Action in Gateways and New Destinations in the United States

Dina Okamoto, Kim Ebert
2010 Social problems  
Using hurdle models, we test our theoretical ideas with a new data set comprised of over 200 immigrant protest events in 52 metropolitan areas across the United States.  ...  encouraging immigrants to develop a shared minority status and make collective claims on behalf of the larger group.  ...  For immigrants, threats instigate collective action based on this shared status when immigrant groups are faced with exclusion and discrimination on the basis of citizenship, language, and immigrant status  ... 
doi:10.1525/sp.2010.57.4.529 fatcat:vduobruoybcdxg4u6znkttcd3y

Interculturality Beyond Its Own Limits: Epistemological and Ethical-political Proposals

Patricia Mata-Benito
2013 Anthropology in Action  
Second, it discusses some of the theoretical contributions in Anthropology and Education towards the definition of an epistemological framework for ethnographic research in the area of Education.  ...  Acknowledgements This article was written within the framework of the research project 'Active Citizenship Learning: Discourses, Experiences and Educational Strategies' (EDU2009-09195), funded by the Ministry  ...  Meanwhile, socio-educational practices continue reproducing discrimination based on cultural difference by implementing specific programmes for specific groups and through the uncritical transmission of  ... 
doi:10.3167/aia.2013.200306 fatcat:5hkyg5uukfedpfjxlc6b2ftb4m

Beyond technology acceptance to effective technology use: a parsimonious and actionable model

Patricia J Holahan, Blake J Lesselroth, Kathleen Adams, Kai Wang, Victoria Church
2015 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Conclusions To extend our effectiveness in implementing new health care information technology, we need parsimonious models that include actionable determinants of ETU and account for the differential  ...  Objective To develop and test a parsimonious and actionable model of effective technology use (ETU).  ...  change agents as they are beyond the agents' control and are not actionable.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocu043 pmid:25773129 fatcat:4brljlir2vgi7iugwkzygriysy

Beyond Representation

Camilla Nordberg
2006 Nordicom Review  
for increasing dialogue between a broader group of actors.  ...  The aim of this contribution is to explore the claims-making activities by different actors in stories about the Roma in Finnish newspapers.  ...  I am also grateful for the possibility to present this article at a research seminar arranged by the Department of Social Sciences at Åbo Akademi University and for the fruitful comments by the participants  ... 
doi:10.1515/nor-2017-0232 fatcat:z6i5d4gf25ahxa5njoto2qswqu

To Head or to Heed? Beyond the Surface of Selective Action Inhibition: A Review

Wery P.M. van den Wildenberg, Scott A. Wylie, Birte U. Forstmann, Borís Burle, Thierry Hasbroucq, K. Richard Ridderinkhof
2010 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
Since tempting actions are often contextually inappropriate, selective suppression is invoked to inhibit such actions.  ...  We suggest that this is for three reasons.  ...  When multiple stimulus-action association alternatives compete for activation, the demands on action control are highest, and selecting the appropriate action engages stronger activation of the pre-SMA  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2010.00222 pmid:21179583 pmcid:PMC3004391 fatcat:dfwkqjsz6bhzhe2ohzdgfifzzu

Beyond the Class Action: Lawyer Loyalty and Client Autonomy in Non-Class Collective Representation

Howard M. Erichson
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Congress has engaged in actual and attempted class action reform. 3 The academic literature has burgeoned, offering insights on the dangers of settlement class ' See, for example, Devlin v Scardelletti  ...  include all those with claims unsatisfied and the time of settlement with intraclass conflicts addressed); Amchem Products, Inc v Windsor, 521 US 591 (1997) (holding district court faced with request for  ...  See also ATLA's L-tryptophan Group Provides Model for National Litigation Efforts, ATLA Advocate 11 (March 1993).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.389161 fatcat:bsudo55mnbclzmh2sxhju2ry5e

Chapter 24. "Because your heart breaks and it moves to action": Digital Storytelling Beyond the Gate [chapter]

Stephanie Bower
2018 Composing Feminist Interventions: Activism, Engagement, Praxis  
We see the opportunities that new technologies have for further democratizing knowledge.  ...  And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  in action.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2018.0056.2.24 fatcat:mris63wklzgvtdtpbeqjpufpgq

Beyond Risk-Taking

Kwok Leung, Hong Deng, Jie Wang, Fan Zhou
2014 Group & Organization Management  
Our research provides discriminant validity for the argument that psychological safety promotes prosocial behavior through cooperative goal interdependence.  ...  It also provides a favorable environment for people to reconcile different goals and align their personal goals with those of the group (Brown & Leigh, 1996) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1059601114564012 fatcat:noz2wgpqejc47joba67duea474

Beyond Piaget: The Evolving Debate

Daniel P. Keating
1985 Contemporary Psychology  
For the sake of convenience, it is helpful to categorize the approaches into three broad groups: expanding the model, contextualizing the model, and con- fronting the model explicitly.  ...  What, then, are the proposed solutions for going beyond formal operations?  ... 
doi:10.1037/023834 fatcat:bhnovtmjcndlrbltxovj5qx5wm

Towards A Diversity Beyond Tolerance

Kiran Mirchandani, Evangelia Tastsoglou
2000 Studies in Political Economy  
Second, the very framework for news gathering discriminates against groups which are less organized and which lack a "packaged" viewpoint and clearly identifiable spokesperson.  ...  Van Dijk characterizes the portrayal of minority groups within the media as "discursive discrimination."  ... 
doi:10.1080/19187033.2000.11675253 fatcat:4ktht62nrnccra3mqknqlxg5oa

Beyond PTSD [chapter]

Gail Theisen-Womersley
2021 Trauma and Resilience Among Displaced Populations  
Beyond PTSD Beyond PTSD Beyond PTSD Beyond PTSD Beyond PTSD Beyond PTSD  ...  'proof' the fact that people have been 'traumatised' by these despicable actions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-67712-1_4 fatcat:2imnudk4g5dt3oqd5xcdavzhya

Action perception predicts action performance

Heather R. Bailey, Christopher A. Kurby, Tania Giovannetti, Jeffrey M. Zacks
2013 Neuropsychologia  
Further, we evaluated whether brain regions important for segmentation also were important for action performance.  ...  Dementia status and the ability to segment everyday activities strongly predicted naturalistic action performance, and MTL volume largely accounted for this relationship.  ...  A special thanks to Melody Brenneisen for data entry and scoring procedures, Becky Fierberg for recruiting participants, and Betsy Grant for assistance with the psychometric data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2013.06.022 pmid:23851113 pmcid:PMC3936325 fatcat:rpsvcatqjjdh7lvahjkzriqxgm

Beyond peace journalism

Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt, Thomas Hanitzsch, Rotem Nagar
2015 Journal of Peace Research  
This article presents a general framework for deconstructing and classifying conflict news narratives.  ...  in particular on the dualistic approach of the peace journalism model.  ...  Acknowledgments We are grateful to Yonatan Gonen and Eran Amsalem for their outstanding research assistance, and to Christian Baden and the anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments and suggestions  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022343315609091 fatcat:nqjqjm73rnczhphl35v5dffzae

Sarcasm Detection Beyond using Lexical Features

ADEWUYI, Joseph Oluwaseyi, OLADEJI, Ifeoluwa David
2020 International Journal of Database Management Systems  
This research seeks to keep away from using grammatical words as the only features for sarcasm detection however also the contextual features, which are theories explaining when, how and why sarcasm is  ...  The performance of the models was evaluated using the following metrics: Accuracy, Precision, Recall, F-measure.  ...  The inclusion of Conditional Random Field (CRF), a probabilistic model for structured prediction, is another type of probabilistic discriminative model, representing a Single log-linear distribution over  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijdms.2020.12304 fatcat:7yjhg3n3lje7ze53gwwvlicjou
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