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Do These News Videos Portray a News Event from Different Ideological Perspectives?

Wei-Hao Lin, Alexander Hauptmann
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing  
We developed a method of identifying differing ideological perspectives based on a large-scale visual concept ontology, and the experimental results were promising.  ...  We aim to develop a computer system that can automatically identify highly biased television news and encourages audience to seek news stories from contrasting viewpoints.  ...  Measuring Semantic Similarity in Visual Content To develop computer programs that can identify videos that convey differing ideological perspectives on a news event, we need to address the following two  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsc.2008.71 dblp:conf/semco/LinH08 fatcat:mja7262tr5dnpmk2ovftt6w7qu

Helping Knowledge Cross Boundaries: Using Knowledge Visualization to Support Cross-Community Sensemaking

Jasminko Novak
2007 2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)  
The developed method enables the visualization of implicit structures of personal and community knowledge and their use for multi-perspective access to community information spaces.  ...  Different studies point out the difficulties and specific requirements to be considered in cross-community contexts.  ...  They can cooperate, exchange and develop new knowledge without giving up their own perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.245 dblp:conf/hicss/Novak07 fatcat:evi7lpyx7rgh5awpjpxg6yifoe

Evolutionary Explanations for Spatial Language - A Case Study on Landmarks

Michael Spranger
2013 Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2013  
This paper reports on latest results from a larger research program trying to understand the computational principles behind the processing, acquisition and evolution of spatial language.  ...  The paper discusses the necessary mechanisms for representing different strategies involving landmarks, their effect on success in communication and their impact on the formation of spatial relations.  ...  Every population consists of 10 agents which first develop a spatial language system (5000 games) and then their communicative success is measured (2000 interactions). perspective strategies are suitable  ... 
doi:10.7551/978-0-262-31709-2-ch184 dblp:conf/ecal/Spranger13 fatcat:stwej4ui6rhqvdp4amcggv352m

Relations between usage patterns of performance indicators and the role of individual firms in fresh fruit agri-food supply chains

Antônio André Cunha Callado, Lisa Jack
2017 Journal of Applied Accounting Research  
Research limitations/implications Although limited to a sample of firms within Brazil, the findings confirm evidence from similar supply chains worldwide.  ...  Keywords Performance measurement, fresh fruit supply chain, supply chain performance, balanced scorecard.  ...  These findings provide evidence of significant differences among the perspectives as well as the two-by-two combinations.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jaar-04-2016-0037 fatcat:ayizzmolv5byzdqrd53obs7o3y

Effect of Product Type on Designing the Balanced Supply Chain Scorecard

Jung Soo Yoo, Jong-Soon Park, Jae-Nam Lee
2004 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
Second, the measures do not consider the perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard.  ...  In spite of existing SCM performance studies, there are two kinds of limitations.  ...  Customer Perspectives From the customer perspectives, the importance of each measure for the two companies is very similar. Figure 1.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/YooPL04 fatcat:2escyl7wajcpzixgexkpxdr6rq

A New Method to Assess Platform Changes Over Successive Generations of Product Variants from Multiple Design Perspectives

Foo Shing Wong, David C. Wynn
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design  
AbstractThis paper introduces a new method to help designers assess the impact of changes to a product platform when introducing a new variant.  ...  To assess the usefulness of this method, it was applied to assess platform changes resulting from successive generations of scanner heads from two manufacturers.  ...  INTRODUCTION A common challenge in product development is to fulfil the different needs of each user with a limited amount of resources.  ... 
doi:10.1017/dsi.2019.300 fatcat:yvjwt37f7zatznhg3xcsiz4eb4

Usability Evaluation Based on Web Design Perspectives

Tayana Conte, Jobson Massollar, Emilia Mendes, Guilherme H. Travassos
2007 First International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM 2007)  
Therefore, this work proposes a usability evaluation technique based on the combination of Web design perspectives adapted from existing literature, and heuristics.  ...  This new technique is assessed using a controlled experiment aimed at measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of our technique, in comparison to Nielsen's heuristic evaluation.  ...  Web development processes differ substantially from traditional software processes in many aspects [4] , and to date there is no agreement as to how the core activities for a sound Web development process  ... 
doi:10.1109/esem.2007.30 dblp:conf/esem/ConteMMT07 fatcat:voi3juue7beapedqbh2nnjpm7q

The development of a content analysis model for assessing students' cognitive learning in asynchronous online discussions

Dazhi Yang, Jennifer C. Richardson, Brian F. French, James D. Lehman
2010 Educational technology research and development  
Quantitative data were 803 online postings from the same two courses but from different discussion topics and different weeks.  ...  The need for a content analysis model specifically developed for AODs was well discussed more than a decade ago.  ...  Since the two sets of data were generated from different weeks and from different discussion questions, they were considered to be different but similar allowing for the use of one sample for development  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11423-010-9166-1 fatcat:bglz2rji7ve6jmlujixrahbksq

Delinquent and nondelinquent male adolescents' conceptions of their intimate relationships with parents

Kristi Kõiv
2014 European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences  
Using a retrospective method developed by Pipp et al. (1985) , delinquent (N=100) and nondelinquent (N=100) 16-17 years old male adolescents' used diagrams and questionnaire ratings to portray their relationships  ...  Both studygroups perceived themselves as gaining progressively more responsibility and dominance during childhood, but differed from each other in the area of dominance, responsibility and friendship during  ...  The present research designs -a retrospective method developed by Pipp et al. (1985) , was sensitive to both similarities and differences between changes in the intimate parent-child relationships from  ... 
doi:10.15405/ejsbs.122 fatcat:nfjnsdc5njdevickzblqf2fqmq

Perspective taking as a mechanism for children's developing preferences for equitable distributions

David M. Sobel, Jayd Blankenship
2021 Scientific Reports  
Children were presented with two characters with different amount of resources, and then a third character who will distribute more resources to them.  ...  These data suggest that social perspective taking underlies children's prosocial actions, and supports the hypothesis that their spontaneous capacity to take others' perspectives develops during the early  ...  In Study 2a, a new group of 3-to 8-yearolds received a similar procedure, but one that measured whether they recognized there was a final inequity between Pony and Foxy.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-84968-2 pmid:33707538 pmcid:PMC7952548 fatcat:olvcinorw5afjoxhchlzpcykea

Opportunities and Challenges in Healthcare Information Systems Research: Caring for Patients with Chronic Conditions

Meng Zhang, Guy G. Gable, Mary Tate
2019 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This tutorial provides researchers with a holistic understanding of the multilevel perspective, allowing researchers to develop a deeper appreciation of the nuanced assumptions underlying the perspective  ...  In understanding and employing the multilevel perspective, researchers may face challenges in relation to the value contribution, the terminology, and the critical differences between multilevel and single-level  ...  Develop Measures From a single-level perspective, the level of measurement is the same as the level of construct; from a multilevel perspective, this is not necessary (Chen et al., 2003; Chan, 1998) .  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.04501 fatcat:e56kcad7lrdgrb2nzq5s4sv6ci

Modeling Perspective Effects in Photographic Composition

Zihan Zhou, Siqiong He, Jia Li, James Z. Wang
2015 Proceedings of the 23rd ACM international conference on Multimedia - MM '15  
We first develop a new hierarchical segmentation algorithm that integrates classic photometric cues with a new geometric cue inspired by perspective geometry.  ...  In this paper, we propose a method to model geometrically the compositional effects of linear perspective.  ...  In this paper, we take a completely different approach and develop a similarity measure to compare the composition of two images based on their geometric image segmentation maps.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2733373.2806248 dblp:conf/mm/ZhouHLW15 fatcat:cnniawtfandpdoklzcn43yt6li

Page 51 of Perspectives in Public Health Vol. 111, Issue 2 [page]

1991 Perspectives in Public Health  
Jordan and Silva (1988) reported that two racially similar samples of children, one from the United States and one from New Zealand, do not differ substantially in height, weight, or height and weight  ...  These two samples of children who share similar racial and socioeconomic backgrounds provide the opportunity to examine over- wale , aS measured by a weight-corrected-for-height index, in children from  ... 

Understandings and attitudes regarding skill-based and competency-based cultures for learning: a comparative study of Norwegian and New Zealand teacher educators

Siri Sollied Madsen
2020 Educational Research for Policy and Practice  
This article describes reactions from Norwegian and New Zealand teacher educators when presented with examples of these two different educational cultures.  ...  The majority of both the Norwegian and the New Zealand teacher educators express a critical stance towards a skill-based perspective when asked about the matter.  ...  Also, thanks to the University of Waikato for inviting me to make this comparison between the two universities.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10671-020-09260-y fatcat:7da64j7z5ngidiwr2jlau3gb2q

A Conceptual Network-Based Approach to Inferring the Cultural Evolutionary History of the Baltic Psaltery [article]

Tomas Veloz, Ilya Temkin, Liane Gabora
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We show that combining data for physical attributes of cultural artifacts with conceptual information can uncover cultural influences among different ethnolinguistic groups, and reveal new patterns of  ...  In culture, units of transmission are not just measurable attributes, but communicable concepts.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge grants to Liane Gabora from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada,  ... 
arXiv:1310.0737v2 fatcat:66obqbs3t5bufcd5wpeudpjy5a
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