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Pathways for Theoretical Advances in Visualization

Min Chen, Georges Grinstein, Chris R. Johnson, Jessie Kennedy, Melanie Tory
2017 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
Together, these events have produced a set of convincing arguments: • As in all scientific and scholarly subjects, theoretical development in visualization is a necessary and integral part of the progression  ...  , neuroscience, and the social sciences. • Visualization holds a distinctive position, connecting human-centric processes (such as human perception, cognition, interaction, and communication) with machine-centric  ...  We must always respect such challenges "in theory," but we should never be afraid of them "in practice."  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.2017.3271463 pmid:28829298 pmcid:PMC5819994 fatcat:fayw26e2tbgn3iwup4lx7dsgou

Artificial Intelligence in Primary Health Care: Perceptions, Issues, and Challenges

Harshana Liyanage, Siaw-Teng Liaw, Jitendra Jonnagaddala, Richard Schreiber, Craig Kuziemsky, Amanda Terry, Simon de Lusignan
2019 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Objective: To form consensus about perceptions, issues, and challenges of AI in primary care. Method: A three-round Delphi study was conducted.  ...  Conclusion: While the use of AI in medicine should enhance healthcare delivery, we need to ensure meticulous design and evaluation of AI applications.  ...  This paper describes the work of volunteers.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0039-1677901 pmid:31022751 pmcid:PMC6697547 fatcat:j77ygo6aanclhef5rnbuv4grpa

The user non-acceptance paradigm

Steven J. Greenwald, Kenneth G. Olthoff, Victor Raskin, Willibald Ruch
2005 Proceedings of the 2004 workshop on New security paradigms - NSPW '04  
A gross simplification of the main thrust of the panel is this thesis: if we start profiling the defenders rather than the offenders and do it on the basis of real science rather than very crude personality  ...  by Victor Raskin) This panel will address users' perceptions and misperceptions of the risk/benefit and benefit/nuisance ratios associated with information security products, and will grope for a solution  ...  is that adding more laws is a positive achievement when history has surely proven the opposite since each new law creates a new criminal class, e.g., illegalizing marijuana in the U.S. in 1937 created  ... 
doi:10.1145/1065907.1066032 dblp:conf/nspw/GreenwaldORR04 fatcat:76q5ez4trjaijdfgloylr6s6uu

Knowledge map of information science: Implications for the future of the field

Anthony Debons, Chaim Zins, Claire Begthal, Glynn Harmon, Donald Hawkins, Thomas J. Froehlich, Charles H. Davis, Michel J. Menou, Carol Tenopir
2006 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This collective paper incorporates eleven position papers on implications of the "Knowledge Map of Information Science," a Critical Delphi study conducted in 2003-2005 and published as a series of four  ...  The Delphi study captured the deliberations of 57 leading information science scholars from 16 countries to provide (1) definitions of the fundamental concepts of data, information knowledge and message  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The eleven authors wish to thank the Israel Science Foundation for a  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504201176 fatcat:3j2knr46pff33nsgfyjxgtdieq

National Security Agency

2013 ChoiceReviews  
A gross simplification of the main thrust of the panel is this thesis: if we start profiling the defenders rather than the offenders and do it on the basis of real science rather than very crude personality  ...  by Victor Raskin) This panel will address users' perceptions and misperceptions of the risk/benefit and benefit/nuisance ratios associated with information security products, and will grope for a solution  ...  is that adding more laws is a positive achievement when history has surely proven the opposite since each new law creates a new criminal class, e.g., illegalizing marijuana in the U.S. in 1937 created  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-2941 fatcat:eokxilra3zahrp6jp7wzlkyt3q

Computers and confidentiality in medicine

1973 The BMJ (British Medical Journal) (Print)  
The Computer in Modern Medicine In a panel under the chairmanship of Dr. A.  ...  MISUNDERSTANDINGS The possibility of a misunderstanding between doctors and the press was much greater in a subject such as medicine than in the normal run of news.  ... 
pmid:11663142 pmcid:PMC1587348 fatcat:pvqemjqnhfhvzphbwqps5f2bna

The role of research ethics committees: Friend or foe in educational research? An exploratory study

Carol Brown, Jane Spiro, Sarah Quinton
2020 British Educational Research Journal  
The difference between foe and friend lies in the quality of communication, clear systems and a culture of respectful mutual learning.  ...  When this shared endeavour breaks down, for a variety of reasons-including apparently unreasonable demands or mutual misunderstanding-the research ethics committees can become foes.  ...  In this data (Table 5 ), two respondents abandoned their research project and one significantly changed it as a result of the ethics process.  ... 
doi:10.1002/berj.3654 fatcat:icfx4ajl45ffvchen4l5ehothy

Expanding the NAFTA Chapter 19 Dispute Settlement System: A Way to Declaw Trade Remedy Laws in a Free Trade Area of the Americas?

Stephen Joseph Powell
2009 Social Science Research Network  
to binational panels of private international law experts.  ...  The system stands as a unique surrender of judicial sovereignty to an international body, a hybrid of national courts and international dispute settlement with as yet no parallel in the world of international  ...  As a participant on both sides of the dispute panel review and some data suggest that the number of affirmative determinations that survive the Chapter 19 process are also lower than in the courts. 75  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1354128 fatcat:qbvkxibj7ff3bpdcnmhj3h5i2q

Investigating Understandings of Turkish Medical Graduate Students about Nature of Scientific Knowledge, Scientific Method, Characteristics of Scientists and Definition of Science

Mustafa Serdar Köksal, Burcu Köksal
2012 Education in Medicine Journal  
For example; making a decision about using an application to cure some diseases requires knowing about multidisciplinary nature of the problem and evaluating the nature of evidence on the application suggested  ...  and inappropriate situations out of scientific approaches in medical research and applications.  ...  She did not take any course on and participate in activities about epistemology, philosophy and history Process In the study, data gathering process had four important points.  ... 
doi:10.5959/eimj.v4i1.14 fatcat:7dgiwotbgrgetdsjteth3uzimm

Three maps and three misunderstandings: A digital mapping of climate diplomacy

Tommaso Venturini, Nicolas Baya Laffite, Jean-Philippe Cointet, Ian Gray, Vinciane Zabban, Kari De Pryck
2014 Big Data & Society  
The originality of our corpus and of our approach encouraged us to question some of the habits of digital research and confront three common misunderstandings about digital methods that we discuss in the  ...  first part of the article (section 'Three misunderstandings on digital methods in social sciences').  ...  Notes whose report is included in the same document. 9. The work described in this article has become the basis for a more systematic initiative to analyze the debate in the UNFCCC.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951714543804 fatcat:byhxzgjj7zg3jfoduhgdaocyam

Genetic testing in inherited endocrine disorders: joint position paper of the European reference network on rare endocrine conditions (Endo-ERN)

Thomas Eggermann, on behalf of the European Reference Network on Rare Endocrine Conditions (ENDO-ERN, Miriam Elbracht, Ingo Kurth, Anders Juul, Trine Holm Johannsen, Irène Netchine, George Mastorakos, Gudmundur Johannsson, Thomas J. Musholt, Martin Zenker, Dirk Prawitt (+2 others)
2020 Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases  
This joint paper of the ENDO-ERN members aims to overview chances, challenges, limitations and relevance of comprehensive genetic diagnostic testing in rare endocrine conditions in order to achieve an  ...  This early diagnosis of a genetically based endocrine disorder contributes to a precise management and helps the patients and their families in their self-determined planning of life.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank all ENDO-ERN partners for stimulating discussions on genetic testing in endocrine disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13023-020-01420-w pmid:32513286 fatcat:4vsmm5ageve7tl7vy5bi6tjoyy

A century-long commitment to assessing artificial intelligence and its impact on society

Barbara J. Grosz, Peter Stone
2018 Communications of the ACM  
in subfields to an in-depth examination of a particular technology, such as machine learning or natural language processing, or an application area, such as healthcare or transportation.  ...  The focus on "AI and Life in 2030" arose from a recognition of the central role cities have played throughout most of human history as well as of cities as a venue in which many AI technologies are likely  ... 
doi:10.1145/3198470 fatcat:zgua7qqofbh3dh5lh3dvescg4y

Determining Brain Death: No Room for Error

2010 Virtual Mentor  
, thereby preserving other bodily functions for some time.  ...  Without mechanical ventilation, the cessation of brain function leads quickly and inevitably to apnea and cardiac arrest, but with it, patients may be kept in the ICU with an intact heartbeat and circulation  ...  In fact, recent data show that BD policies are still remarkably heterogeneous, even amongst some of the nation's most vaunted medical institutions [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1001/virtualmentor.2010.12.11.pfor1-1011 pmid:23186795 fatcat:wm5vo24i6zdo5bnbrlzgjvwn4y

Article Notes

QMMR
2006 Qualitative & Multi-Method Research  
"Panel Data Analysis in Comparative Politics: Linking Method to Theory." European Journal of Political Research 44:2 (March), 327-354.  ...  Methodological issues have constituted some of the deepest sources of misunderstanding between International Relations (IR) feminists and IR theorists working in social scientific frameworks.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.997431 fatcat:xtwjpczozre3posarr5zzeofa4

Integrated solar-assisted heat pumps for water heating coupled to gas burners; control criteria for dynamic operation

F. Scarpa, L.A. Tagliafico, G. Tagliafico
2011 Applied Thermal Engineering  
A direct expansion integrated solar assisted heat pump (ISAHP) is compared to a traditional flat plate solar panel for low temperature (45 °C) water heating applications.  ...  Literature dynamical models of the systems involved have been used to calculate the main performance figures in a context of actual climatic conditions and typical stochastic user demand.  ...  To avoid misunderstanding, we have used a notation in which all the energy transfers (work and heat) are assumed to be positive in the direction suggested by the arrows.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2010.08.012 fatcat:fr57uwbodnde7h3nav7yfq3pje
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