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Boundary detection of multiple related temporal duration of schedules in email

DongHyun Choi, Eun-Kyung Kim, Key-Sun Choi
2011 Proceedings of the sixth international conference on Knowledge capture - K-CAP '11  
In this paper, an approach to annotate the starting time (stime) and ending time (etime) of duration in schedule notices is proposed.  ...  Most related works have reported on only seminar announcements, most of which contain only one schedule per announcement and are written in very restricted format.  ...  The column name 'Mult.' stands for 'Multiple Temporal Expressions'.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1999676.1999694 dblp:conf/kcap/ChoiKC11 fatcat:vonfzuf5u5a5bcsfswju63incy

Rhythm modeling, visualizations and applications

James "Bo" Begole, John C. Tang, Rosco Hill
2003 Proceedings of the 16th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '03  
This paper presents algorithms for programatically detecting and modeling temporal patterns from a record of online presence data.  ...  People use their awareness of others' temporal patterns to plan work activities and communication.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank all of the participants of the design study for agreeing to let us collect and analyze their activity information and for providing insights on the use of this information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/964696.964698 dblp:conf/uist/BegoleTH03 fatcat:q4okopuqzzgjvi7k2klvpbsbhi

Bridging the Divide in Democratic Engagement: Studying Conversation Patterns in Advantaged and Disadvantaged Communities

Samah Gad, Naren Ramakrishnan, Keith N. Hampton, Andrea Kavanaugh
2012 2012 International Conference on Social Informatics  
Using temporal topic modeling, we compare informal conversational activity that takes place online in communities of high and low poverty.  ...  We examine the adoption of i-Neighbors by poverty level, and apply our algorithm to six neighborhoods (three economically advantaged and three economically disadvantaged) and evaluate differences in conversations  ...  Hong, Dom, Gurumurthy, and Tsioutsiouliklis [31] have also addressed multiple streams and the temporal dynamics of topics detected from these streams.  ... 
doi:10.1109/socialinformatics.2012.44 dblp:conf/socialinformatics/GadRHK12 fatcat:sck6iraqtjektkkitkob3spati

Lost in Autonomy – Temporal Structures and Their Implications for Employees' Autonomy and Well-Being among Knowledge Workers

Ari Väänänen, Minna Toivanen, Tea Lallukka
2020 Occupational Health Science  
The interview study consisted of 21 women and 13 men who worked in knowledge-intensive jobs in Finland.  ...  The objectives of this study were to 1) explore and understand the temporal conditions framing work among autonomous knowledge professionals, 2) describe how autonomy is experienced in knowledge work jobs  ...  Acknowledgements AV is supported by the Academy of Finland (Grant #319200).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41542-020-00058-1 fatcat:dosu5rmjzvhbvmqwkadm2ljahe

Episodic work-family conflict and strain: A dynamic perspective

Kimberly A. French, Tammy D. Allen
2019 Journal of Applied Psychology  
We use stressor-strain and allostatic load theories to examine changes in daily patterns of psychological (fatigue, negative affect) and physiological (heart rate, blood pressure) strains that occur during  ...  Despite decades of research, we have yet to form a precise understanding of what happens when a conflict arises.  ...  The research will be conducted at the University of South Florida Psychology and Communication Disorders building, and during your daily activities at work and home.  ... 
doi:10.1037/apl0000470 pmid:31750670 fatcat:iadoqllx6rdubfuzq5nc5wjpdi

CommSense: Identify Social Relationship with Phone Contacts via Mining Communications

Xuan Bao, Jun Yang, Zhixian Yan, Lu Luo, Yifei Jiang, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Evan Welbourne
2015 2015 16th IEEE International Conference on Mobile Data Management  
By making phone calls, sending text messages and participating in online chats, mobile users are frequently interacting with their social connections through multiple communication channels.  ...  This trend is expected to continue with the emergence of immensely popular communication apps on mobile devices.  ...  In other words, the model needs to decide how much a contact weighs in relation to the communications with all of the contacts of a given user.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdm.2015.61 dblp:conf/mdm/BaoYYLJTW15 fatcat:rflaqesv7fcazo4lm6nfvmffba

Journal Scan

U C Ojha
2010 Indian Journal of Sleep Medicine  
RESULTS: Sleepiness was increased in residents after night shift and overnight call compared to controls while the type of night duty was not associated with the extent of sleepiness.  ...  METHODS: Thirty-eight neurology residents of a university teaching hospital participated in a prospective single-blind comparison study.  ...  Email: hvd@wsu.edu There are considerable individual differences in cognitive performance deficits resulting from extended work hours and shift work schedules.  ... 
doi:10.5005/ijsm-5-4-133 fatcat:uim5uueyxrc7xm2hs3rvgrabri

Lifelong Information-Driven Exploration to Complete and Refine 4-D Spatio-Temporal Maps

Joao Machado Santos, Tomas Krajnik, Jaime Pulido Fentanes, Tom Duckett
2016 IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters  
We address the problem by application of information-theoretic exploration methods to spatio-temporal models that represent the uncertainty of environment states as probabilistic functions of time.  ...  The assumption of a perpetuallychanging world adds a temporal dimension to the exploration problem, making spatio-temporal exploration a never-ending, life-long learning process.  ...  In [1] , the robot's operational environment is modelled at multiple timescales.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lra.2016.2516594 dblp:journals/ral/SantosKFD16 fatcat:li7v3xpjabhl7iiazqvusvaesa

Definition of spacing constraints for the car sequencing problem

Aymeric Lesert, Gülgün Alpan, Yannick Frein, Stéphane Noiré
2010 International Journal of Production Research  
Such vehicles are spaced out in the sequence, by means of a set of spacing constraints, in order to cope with the momentary increase of workload that they create.  ...  increased diversity of cars produced in an assembly line.  ...  This results in multiple temporizations in the workstations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540903469043 fatcat:loxtujo47fftzikr55gsc4ec6y

Detecting Developers' Task Switches and Types

Andre N. Meyer, Chris Satterfield, Manuela Zuger, Katja Kevic, Gail C. Murphy, Thomas Zimmermann, Thomas Fritz
2020 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
Our study results show that we are able to use temporal and semantic features from developers' computer interaction data to detect task switches and types in the field with high accuracy of 84% and 61%  ...  In our work, we examine the use of automatically collected computer interaction data for detecting developers' task switches as well as task types.  ...  I generally classified it as development since most of the emails were development-related."  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2020.2984086 fatcat:6ekm3dxc2jd5rcexawd2yvivyi

Fundamental structures of dynamic social networks

Vedran Sekara, Arkadiusz Stopczynski, Sune Lehmann
2016 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Social systems are in a constant state of flux with dynamics spanning from minute-by-minute changes to patterns present on the timescale of years.  ...  Starting from 5-minute time slices we uncover dynamic social structures expressed on multiple timescales.  ...  Despite this lack of correlation, we know that the predictability encoded in social or geospatial trajectories is closely related to daily and weekly schedules (26) .  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1602803113 pmid:27555584 pmcid:PMC5018769 fatcat:ipqjjde3hjdldc3gocmfhxtpti

Human/Human Conversation Understanding [chapter]

Gokhan Tur, Dilek Hakkani-Tür
2011 Spoken Language Understanding  
However, technology has advanced such that many other types of information can be detected and evaluated -not least including dialog acts, topics, and action items.  ...  While there is significant amount of previous work on discourse processing especially in social sciences (such as in the field of conversation analysis), processing human/human conversations is a relatively  ...  list, or duration of pause, pitch, energy, and other duration-related features in speech.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781119992691.ch9 fatcat:2quzefll5re2lp2ytbasw6nthu

VidCrit

Amy Pavel, Dan B. Goldman, Björn Hartmann, Maneesh Agrawala
2016 Proceedings of the 29th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology - UIST '16  
Although practitioners prefer in-person feedback, most reviews are conducted asynchronously via email due to scheduling and location constraints.  ...  Video reviewers using our system preferred our feedback recording interface over email for providing feedback due to the reduction in time and effort.  ...  temporal order, which may not relate to the original source video temporal order in any simple way (Figure 4 ).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2984511.2984552 dblp:conf/uist/PavelGHA16 fatcat:4a6xe3edc5expnvkr4wjxhm6ou

Social and temporal structures in everyday collaboration

Danyel Fisher, Paul Dourish
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '04  
Email as Habitat Scheduling and Temporal Patterns Scheduling and calendar systems also highlight the relationship between individual work and broader social and temporal patterns.  ...  Indeed, the fact that specific individuals occur in multiple groups and multiple contexts allows us to generate richer accounts of their relationships to each other.  ...  The roman-face text gives the general column type, while the italicized text shows the application of that column to email.  ... 
doi:10.1145/985692.985762 dblp:conf/chi/FisherD04 fatcat:cx2jwuz3uvaino7vsayjbdo2zm

Recognising the dynamic form of fire

Fintan Nagle, Alan Johnston
2021 Scientific Reports  
We found that observers could recognise a previously presented segment of a video of a hearth fire when embedded in a longer sequence.  ...  Taken together these observations favour interpreting performance in terms of an incremental decision-making model based on a sequential statistical analysis in which evidence accrues for one of two alternatives  ...  The lack of an effect of the direction of temporal flow might indicate that detection is based on encoding snapshots rather than a temporal sequence.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-89453-4 pmid:34011973 fatcat:23i5mttjrjelrormkexgtb7cnm
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