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Computational methods and optimizations for containment and complementarity in web data cubes

Marios Meimaris, George Papastefanatos, Panos Vassiliadis, Ioannis Anagnostopoulos
2018 Information Systems  
In this paper we define two types of relationships between multidimensional RDF data, and we propose algorithms for efficient and scalable computation of these relationships.  ...  Specifically, we define the notions of containment and complementarity between points in multidimensional dataspaces, as different aspects of relatedness, and we propose a baseline method for computing  ...  the Linked Data (LD) paradigm [9, 31] public access to multidimensional data in a variety of domains, including socio-economics, demographics, enterprise OLAP, clinical trials and health data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:xtzdi5t6fvcnxhzz7czyhs3cxy

Multidimensional connectivity: Why the interplay of international connections matters for knowledge transfers

David M. Gould, Georgi Panterov
2017 Journal of Policy Modeling  
This study finds that being connected to well-connected countries matters for economic growth, but there is complementarity in the various types connections that enhances growth as well.  ...  Globalization has increased exponentially since the mid-twentieth century with the advent shipping containers, digital technologies and air transport.  ...  single multidimensional measure of connectivity to address the complementarity between network connectivity measures and their relationship to growth.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpolmod.2017.05.017 fatcat:tcjmu5ey75cajetqobaoq4vgwm

Imbalances in the Study of the Relationship between Leisure and Self-Esteem: A Systematic Review

Nuria Codina, Teresa Freire
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Articles indexed in the Web of Science (WoS) up to the end of 2018 were reviewed, specifically those that contained the keywords "leisure", "self-esteem" or "self esteem" anywhere in the manuscript.  ...  This systematic review offers a comprehensive examination of the relationship between leisure and self-esteem.  ...  Then again, as regards the necessary complementarity of perspectives noted in the case of leisure, such complementarity in self-esteem emerges in the participant's and the researcher's perspectives, and  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17155555 pmid:32752082 fatcat:ocm3r3ra6jf5zpcyl3sofp27fi

Semantics-Constrained Advantageous Information Selection of Multimodal Spatiotemporal Data for Landslide Disaster Assessment

Qing Zhu, Junxiao Zhang, Yulin Ding, Mingwei Liu, Yun Li, Bin Feng, Shuangxi Miao, Weijun Yang, Huagui He, Jun Zhu
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
Then, relevance, redundancy, and complementarity are redefined to evaluate data sets in terms of semantic proximity and similarity.  ...  In disaster scenarios, multimodal data exhibit intrinsic relationships, and their interactions can greatly influence selection results.  ...  In the framework, semantic relationship types are formalized into two levels that contain a similarity relationship based on geospatial data characteristics and an interaction relationship based on their  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8020068 fatcat:hbfzlgl7n5gnzcuq3hfvgrxz7u

Complementarity between CSR dimensions and innovation: behaviour, objective or both?

Gema García-Piqueres, Rebeca García-Ramos
2021 European Management Journal  
, 1995) , which has not been previously applied in the field of the CSR-innovation relationship.  ...  We apply a panel data methodology.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, this is the first research in analysing complementarities within the context of the CSR-innovation link.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.emj.2021.07.010 fatcat:ovhubhitx5a7vmuyxpbhq2j7jq

Matching Multidimensional Types: Theory and Application [article]

Veli Safak
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To reconcile theory with practice, I establish the link between production complementarities and the aggregated sorting patterns.  ...  I offer multidimensional generalizations of concordance and supermodularity to construct three multidimensional sorting patterns and two classes of multidimensional complementarities.  ...  Data In this paper, I use the IPUMS-CPS data series for 2010-2017. The census data contains individual-level information regarding education and self-rated health levels for 266,569 couples.  ... 
arXiv:2006.14243v1 fatcat:jhesbug2tfgvlmtmsppbvqao7i

On the complementarity of classical test theory and item response models: item difficulty estimates and computerized adaptive testing

Patrícia Costa, Maria Eugénia Ferrão
2015 Ensaio  
Such complementarity might support, at a reduced cost, future development of innovative procedures for item calibration in adaptive testing.  ...  Classical test theory and the generalized partial credit model are applied to tests comprising multiple choice, short answer, completion, and open response items scored partially.  ...  This model, estimation procedures, and maths data were utilized by Ferrão, Costa, and Oliveira (2015) for linking scales and by Ferrão and Prata (2014) for a simulation CAT study.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-40362015000300003 fatcat:mjebf5pt5rd55i2rndo4hjxm3i


Les Grivell
2001 FEBS Letters  
It will work to promote the generation of complementarity in the further growth of national information archives.  ...  Paper is turning out to be an inadequate medium for the flood of new data that often demands both further manipulation and new methods of visualization as an aid to interpretation.  ...  criteria for interlinking and establishing relationships between published documents and to link publications with data in a variety other formats that includes, structures, images and animations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0014-5793(01)02534-0 pmid:11412841 fatcat:u24h77tvrzg2pbgbyhdky4ypqe

Individual-based analyses reveal limited functional overlap in a coral reef fish community

Simon J. Brandl, David R. Bellwood, Graeme Hays
2014 Journal of Animal Ecology  
We present a novel way of assessing the realized functional niche of species that uses behavioural data and takes individual variation into consideration, to examine patterns of redundancy and complementarity  ...  Complementarity is the inverse of redundancy and is defined as less than 50% overlap in niche volumes. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12171 pmid:24164060 fatcat:xqrtvkqlb5hytohk3qraer657m

Alliance capabilities, interpartner attributes, and performance outcomes in international strategic alliances

Matthew J. Robson, Constantine S. Katsikeas, Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, Barbara Pramböck
2019 Journal of World Business  
Trust has an inverted U-shaped relationship with performance, and resource complementarity drives trust and performance. Resource complementarity positively moderates the trust-performance link.  ...  Search capability is only positively linked to resource complementarity when formulation capability is low. International alliance experience drives resource complementarity.  ...  In the case of low resource complementarity, because there is less need for mutual adjustment and fear of open sharing of resources and information among partners, the observed trust-ISA performance relationship  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jwb.2018.12.004 fatcat:rnwb3y5sdzfinn7u7hu3tbqdfy

Probabilistic Multilayer Networks [article]

Enrique Hernández-Lemus, Jesús Espinal-Enríquez, Guillermo de Anda-Jáuregui
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Here we introduce probabilistic weighted and unweighted multilayer networks as derived from information theoretical correlation measures on large multidimensional datasets.  ...  We present the fundamentals of the formal application of probabilistic inference on problems embedded in multilayered environments, providing examples taken from the analysis of biological and social systems  ...  All authors revised and approbed the manuscript.  ... 
arXiv:1808.07857v2 fatcat:2eqcidofhzbahjvs4u4i6hmuoi

Human-Smart Environment Interactions in Smart Cities: Exploring Dimensionalities of Smartness

H. Patricia McKenna
2020 Future Internet  
In terms of results, the main findings of this work shed light on the relationships between selected dimensions of the multi-dimensionality construct of smartness in data-rich urban environments.  ...  design in relation to the study of multi-dimensionality; and, opens spaces for the study of innovative urban initiatives, while taking the ideas and experiences of people from many sectors into consideration  ...  Acknowledgments: Many thanks to the important contributions made by those who completed the survey, participated in in-depth interviews, and engaged in group and individual discussions pertaining to smart  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi12050079 fatcat:y5iixff77fa7bnu2boxly3wawa

Social Technology and Development in Telêmaco Borba/BRAZIL from the Social Network Analysis (SNA)

Heloísa de Puppi e Silva, Christian Luiz da Silva, Cleverson Vitorio Andreoli, Cristina Maria Souto Ferigotti
2013 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
Pulp and paper activity is a cultural landmark and establishes a reference hard link and dependence for local actors.  ...  Borba, in the State of Paraná, Brazil.  ...  Such relationships were established through documentary and bibliographic survey of secondary data.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242013000300041 fatcat:htrfapbza5grvcu4h3zymfpgiy

Behavioural hypervolumes of spider communities predict community performance and disbandment

Jonathan N. Pruitt, Daniel I. Bolnick, Andrew Sih, Nicholas DiRienzo, Noa Pinter-Wollman
2016 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
We examine here whether the multidimensional behavioural-trait diversity of communities influences community performance and stability in situ.  ...  Communities contained one individual of each of five different species. Prior to establishing these communities in the field, we examined three behavioural traits for each individual spider.  ...  We are indebted to Niels Dingemanse, Alecia Carter, Emilie Snell-Rood and three anonymous reviewers for comments on previous versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2016.1409 pmid:27974515 pmcid:PMC5204141 fatcat:xfgrzjoaa5df7dvkgtyxfiiyka

miRTarVis: an interactive visual analysis tool for microRNA-mRNA expression profile data

Daekyoung Jung, Bohyoung Kim, Robert J Freishtat, Mamta Giri, Eric Hoffman, Jinwook Seo
2015 BMC Proceedings  
Various miRNA target prediction algorithms have used sequence complementarity between miRNA and its targets.  ...  It visualizes a resulting miRNA-mRNA network in an interactive Treemap, as well as a conventional node-link diagram. miRTarVis is available at miRTarVis/index.html.  ...  Declarations The publication fees and Open Access expenses for this article were funded by an academic activity support program of Seoul National University.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1753-6561-9-s6-s2 pmid:26361498 pmcid:PMC4547149 fatcat:yqx6wqz7zjeglbnh5mdyxrut24
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