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Cyberspatial audio technology

Michael Cohen, Jens Herder, William L. Martens
1999 Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan (E)  
We have identified a number of applications for which an "eartop" computer seems appropriate : 1) telecommunication (for example, audio-only teleconferencing) 2) navigational aids for two populations :  ...  ) 4) voicemail browsing and synthetic-speech-based browsing of textual e-mail (such applications will probably involve speech-recognition for commands and may include voicemail response entry).  ...  , and object-oriented programming; and Martens is a psychological scientist researching spatial perception.  ... 
doi:10.1250/ast.20.389 fatcat:37wpewb45jgl3a3xlr6tfn47ae

A Simulation Optimization Approach to Epidemic Forecasting

Elaine O. Nsoesie, Richard J. Beckman, Sara Shashaani, Kalyani S. Nagaraj, Madhav V. Marathe, Man-Seong Park
2013 PLoS ONE  
The method is used to forecast epidemics simulated over synthetic social networks representing Montgomery County in Virginia, Miami, Seattle and surrounding metropolitan regions.  ...  Reliable forecasts of influenza can aid in the control of both seasonal and pandemic outbreaks. We introduce a simulation optimization (SIMOP) approach for forecasting the influenza epidemic curve.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank our external collaborators and members of the Network Dynamics and Simulation Science Laboratory (NDSSL) for their suggestions and comments.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067164 pmid:23826222 pmcid:PMC3694918 fatcat:d2ouvfwtlfelljfkijl6afr5pa

Science for Earthquake Risk Reduction

Alik Ismail-Zadeh
2020 Journal of the Geological Society of India  
Acknowledgements: This editorial paper is based on the dedicated research efforts of interdisciplinary group of scientists involved in natural hazards and disaster science.  ...  of the research related to disaster risk reduction.  ...  many states, and unawareness of the population about the severity of the hazard and reproductivity of the virus.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12594-020-1540-y fatcat:vhxfjsihfvhcjhuprq4ewmreg4

Agent-Based Simulation to Inform Planning Strategies for Welfare Facilities for the Elderly: Day Care Center Development in a Japanese City

Yan Ma, Zhenjiang Shen, Dinh Thanh Nguyen
2016 Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation  
The simulation framework of the DC development and operation was designed on the rules and laws of Japan for daycare services, which follow the procedure of elderly people applying for daycare center services  ...  Local governments in Japan manage to supply elderly people with numerous health care services according to a new national-wide residential planning for aged population.  ...  For social scientists, population aging brings immense challenges in health insurance reform, health care management, social security expenditures, and the exploration of aging-related policies (Ihori  ... 
doi:10.18564/jasss.3090 fatcat:qm7aobm3vre6tgmcn3vn7oytt4

AAAS Annual Meeting Los Angeles, 26-31 May 1985: Preliminary Program

1985 Science  
diseases, disease in HTLV endemic regions of Japan. 11.  ...  Ethics of Animal Research: Philosophy and Practice (31 May, B): Research history, antivivisection in America, social and cultural background, issues in research, NIH approach, review of research, public  ...  other than spouse's. * Preconvention program, badge, and voucher for full program and abstracts will be mailed to registrants in mid April. * Registrations received after 10 May will be held at the Advance  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.227.4691.1207 pmid:17757858 fatcat:hjxs4r4kpnelfj2osfhv4mpy5e

Simple reaction-diffusion population model on scale-free networks

An-Cai Wu, Xin-Jian Xu, J. F. F. Mendes, Ying-Hai Wang
2008 Physical Review E  
In the case of modified diffusion, we obtain a larger critical death rate and steady population density, at the meanwhile, lower critical population density, which is good for the survival of species.  ...  The results were obtained using a mean-field-like framework and were confirmed by computer simulations.  ...  Acknowledgement Thanks to the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Council for financial support for the attendance of AT at this conference.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.78.047101 pmid:18999568 fatcat:6bfp2ub7vnbenfdfmmxgq63etm

La construcción de la mente artificial desde Oriente

Jordi Vallverdú
2011 Enrahonar: Quaderns de Filosofia  
Through the analysis of cultural, philosophical and technical aspects, this research will show that there is no real Eastern model of the artificial mind, although their background ideas have influenced  ...  In this paper we will analyse the possible similarities and differences between scientists dealing with AI and robotics from the West and those from the East.  ...  The Eastern population is robot-friendly, for religious and social (manga, tv, anime) reasons. The Western population takes a contrary view (at least for humanoid robots).  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/enrahonar/v47n0.170 fatcat:jfzqa66opbgxdido5bt4wtxbo4

Leveraging Data Science to Combat COVID-19: A Comprehensive Review

Siddique Latif, Muhammad Usman, Sanaullah Manzoor, Waleed Iqbal, Junaid Qadir, Gareth Tyson, Ignacio Castro, Adeel Razi, Maged N. Kamel Boulos, Adrian Weller, Jon Crowcroft
2020 IEEE Transactions on Artificial Intelligence  
Similarly, variations in interventions, population densities and demographics have a major impact, as can be seen when contrasting, for example, Japan vs.  ...  For example, there are ongoing efforts to survey general populations via social media to learn of symptoms within individuals' social networks [30] .  ...  His primary research interests are in the areas of computer systems and networking, applied machine learning, using ICT for development (ICT4D), and engineering education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tai.2020.3020521 fatcat:34u4p5ss6ngpxg6us3ht6a4dla

Collective movement in ecology: from emerging technologies to conservation and management

Peter A. H. Westley, Andrew M. Berdahl, Colin J. Torney, Dora Biro
2018 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
In this introductory paper, we set the stage for the issue by briefly examining the approaches and current status of research in these areas.  ...  We finish by presenting research that links individual and broad-scale ecological and evolutionary processes to collective movement, and finally relate these concepts to emerging challenges for the management  ...  The idea for this theme issue arose during the Santa  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2017.0004 pmid:29581389 pmcid:PMC5882974 fatcat:bdbi7l4cvnct3menudzpczpeei

Mobile Phone Location Data for Disasters: A Review from Natural Hazards and Epidemics [article]

Takahiro Yabe, Nicholas K W Jones, P Suresh C Rao, Marta C Gonzalez, Satish V Ukkusuri
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Rapid urbanization and climate change trends are intertwined with complex interactions of various social, economic, and political factors.  ...  The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred the use of mobile phone location data for pandemic and disaster response.  ...  U. is partly funded by NSF Grant No. 1638311 CRISP Type 2/Collaborative Research: Critical Transitions in the Resilience and Recovery of Interdependent Social and Physical Networks.  ... 
arXiv:2108.02849v1 fatcat:6yqdxwjmxbcd3djng6yymq7vh4

Thirty-two essential questions for understanding the social–ecological system of forage fish: the case of pacific herring

Phillip S. Levin, Tessa B. Francis, Nathan G. Taylor
2016 Ecosystem Health and Sustainability  
for future research and management for forage species.  ...  Our objective was to generate a road map for scientists who wish to conduct useful forage fish research, for resource managers who wish to develop new research efforts that could fill critical gaps, and  ...  Our objective was to generate a road map for scientists who wish to conduct useful forage fish research, for resource managers who wish to develop new research efforts that could fill critical gaps, and  ... 
doi:10.1002/ehs2.1213 fatcat:tzloyzcin5bsbhf4o62lvhnhva

Real-Time Earthquake Intensity Estimation Using Streaming Data Analysis of Social and Physical Sensors [chapter]

Yelena Kropivnitskaya, Kristy F. Tiampo, Jinhui Qin, Michael A. Bauer
2017 Earthquakes and Multi-hazards Around the Pacific Rim, Vol. I  
In particular, integration of a wide variety of information sources, including observations from spatially-referenced physical sensors and new social media sources, enables better estimates of real-time  ...  The main goal of this work is to utilize innovative streaming algorithms for improved real-time seismic hazard analysis by integrating different data sources and processing tools into cloud applications  ...  The residual distribution for Japan also is nearly normal for both calibrated models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71565-0_10 fatcat:sh5akegkufdhfalnl4j2tka5dy

Northern Adriatic response to a wintertime bora wind event

Craig M. Lee, Farid Askari, Jeff Book, Sandro Carniel, Benoit Cushman-Roisin, Clive Dorman, James Doyle, Pierre Flament, Courtney K. Harris, Burton H. Jones, Milivoj Kuzmic, Paul Martin (+9 others)
2005 EOS  
Acknowledgments Cedric Chavanne, Jason Gobat, Vlado Malacic, Mauro Marini, Elena Mauri, Zoran Pasaric, Vlasta Tutis, Laura Ursella, and Damir Vilicic assisted with data, analysis, and fi gure preparation  ...  High-resolution ocean and atmosphere simulations conducted by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory supported many of the projects.  ...  Economists and other social scientists have sought to understand the basic causes of, and solutions Eos, Vol. 86, No. 16, 19 April 2005 The Earth Sciences, Human Well-Being, and the Reduction of Global  ... 
doi:10.1029/2005eo160001 fatcat:l33u3bvc6bcg5jt3hpcz5risuq

Climate change, global population growth, and humanoid robots

James McBride
2021 Journal of Future Robot Life  
from the current 1.7 in the US, 1.6 in Europe, and 1.4 in Japan.  ...  This article explores the problems with and the possibilities of humanoid sex robots as a prophylactic to human population growth and climate change.  ...  The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs projects a total population of 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion by 2050, and nearly 11 billion by 2100 (World Population Prospects, 2019).  ... 
doi:10.3233/frl-200016 fatcat:sxo2w5wlwrfwfglwydaxynddly

Potential pathways for the future development and sustainability of the InGRID research infrastructure, Deliverable 7.9

K. Lenaerts, M. Ramioul, K. Nelson, S. Steinmetz, A. Esteve, A. Gábos, I. György Tóth, J. Besamusca, C. Articus, R. Münnich, N. Shlomo
2022 Zenodo  
This document lays out some potential pathways for the future development and sustainability of the InGRID research infrastructure.  ...  It is a summary and compilation of key documents prepared under the InGRID-2 project and its work plan, including three strategic notes on data, methods and policy.  ...  fairness in providing references and giving credit; and responsibility for the scientists and researchers of the future.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6010714 fatcat:eww6v35xgzdabl3twjyvq6ioji
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