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ELLIS: Interactive Exploration of Linked Data on the Level of Induced Schema Patterns

Thomas Gottron, Malte Knauf, Ansgar Scherp, Johann Schaible
2016 Extended Semantic Web Conference  
We present ELLIS, a demo to browse the Linked Data cloud on the level of induced schema patterns.  ...  A subsequent visualisation of such patterns enables users to quickly understand which type of information is modelled on the Linked Data cloud and how this information is interconnected.  ...  The ELLIS demo visualises schema-level patterns as a graph structure and allows for an interactive exploration and browsing of the schema information induced from the Linked Data cloud.  ... 
dblp:conf/esws/GottronKSS16 fatcat:6nye26ms7jdinbsx6fuwdps4re

Exploring Big Data with Helix

Jason Ellis, Achille Fokoue, Oktie Hassanzadeh, Anastasios Kementsietsidis, Kavitha Srinivas, Michael J. Ward
2015 SIGMOD record  
Helix users explore these heterogeneous data sources through a combination of keyword searches and navigation of linked web pages that include information about the schemas, as well as data and semantic  ...  While much work has focused on efficient processing of Big Data, little work considers how to understand them. In this paper, we describe Helix, a system for guided exploration of Big Data.  ...  In this case, the user can explore data associated with that type using the schema links described next. • Schema links: Helix displays links found during the schema discovery process (see Section 2.1)  ... 
doi:10.1145/2737817.2737829 fatcat:57z6duin7vbdrajo66wmp56m2y

Input and Second Language Acquisition: The Roles of Frequency, Form, and Function Introduction to the Special Issue

NICK ELLIS, LAURA COLLINS
2009 The Modern Language Journal  
The articles in this special issue explore how the acquisition of linguistic constructions as form-function mappings is affected by the distribution and saliency of forms in oral input, by their functional  ...  emphasis on spoken input directed to second and foreign language learners.  ...  of some of the data presented in the volume.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.2009.00893.x fatcat:i3ardhcnqvbh5i6sxkfek76vbe

Ecology in an anthropogenic biosphere

Erle C. Ellis
2015 Ecological Monographs  
, and the ecological patterns and processes of landscapes, biomes, and the biosphere.  ...  sociocultural evolution of subsistence regimes based on ecosystem engineering, social specialization, and non-kin exchange, or "sociocultural niche construction," is the main cause of both the long-term  ...  This work would not have been possible without the sustained support of Ariane de Bremond.  ... 
doi:10.1890/14-2274.1 fatcat:rs5hraxiq5c3vbaa2gtw3rydva

Usage-Based Language: Investigating the Latent Structures That Underpin Acquisition

Nick C. Ellis, Matthew Brook O'Donnell, Ute Römer
2013 Language Learning  
It illustrates the approach with regard to English verbs, their grammatical form, semantics, and Zipfian patterns of usage.  ...  It explores the emergence of structure from experience using methods from cognitive linguistics, corpus linguistics, learning theory, complex systems, and network science.  ...  being induced from the conspiracy of particular usage patterns and their interpretations?  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9922.2012.00736.x fatcat:xg2x2h7skvfrtjfedgtkesflu4

Usage-Based Language Learning [chapter]

Nick C. Ellis, Matthew Brook O'Donnell, Ute Römer
2015 The Handbook of Language Emergence  
Acknowledgments We are grateful to the University of Michigan "LSA Scholarship/Research" funding opportunity for supporting the project "Piloting the development of an inventory of usage of English verb  ...  grammar," and to Brian MacWhinney and William O'Grady for helpful comments on earlier versions.  ...  being induced from the conspiracy of particular usage patterns and their interpretations?  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118346136.ch7 fatcat:i5mxfnlcondj7pb3wtqobwh2ey

Fundamental Dimensions of Environmental Risk

Bruce J. Ellis, Aurelio José Figueredo, Barbara H. Brumbach, Gabriel L. Schlomer
2009 Human Nature  
and that these influences depend on population densities and related levels of intraspecific competition and resource scarcity, on age schedules of mortality, on the sensitivity of morbidity-mortality  ...  The current paper synthesizes theory and data from the field of life history (LH) evolution to advance a new developmental theory of variation in human LH strategies.  ...  Acknowledgments We are indebted to Jay Belsky and Steven Gangestad, for detailed comments on multiple drafts of this manuscript, and to Marco Del Giudice, for his thoughtful input to this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12110-009-9063-7 pmid:25526958 fatcat:r47bwmk4szaffj7ezqyz2h4xvm

The auditory organization of speech and other sources in listeners and computational models

Martin Cooke, Daniel P.W. Ellis
2001 Speech Communication  
The purpose of this review is to describe the evidence for auditory organization in listeners and to explore the computational models which have been motivated by such evidence.  ...  These operate on the decomposed auditory scene to extract coherent evidence for one or more sources for subsequent processing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Brian Moore and three other reviewers for their detailed comments, and Guy Brown, Alain de Cheveigne, Stuart Cunningham, Phil Green and Steve Greenberg for useful feedback on  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-6393(00)00078-9 fatcat:krhmr4g4nrbebij4shf4hz7x54

Forming and canceling everyday intentions: Implications for prospective remembering

Paul M. Dockree, Judi A. Ellis
2001 Memory & Cognition  
(In keeping with Schaeffer et al. (1998) , the assignment of each participant as the first in the study was employed to induce similar levels of motivation across participants.)  ...  Dobbs & Reeves, 1996; Ellis, 1996) . In this paper, we focus on examining processes underlying the encoding and accessibility of an intention prior to its retrieval/execution.  ...  Task 2 was arranged as follows: a pile of red booklets stacked to the right of the computer, a small table to the rear of the computer workstation, and a "Testing in Progress" sign on the door.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03206383 pmid:11913750 fatcat:3o2wcol67bfg5alnxd6hngqweq

αβ T Cell Receptor Mechanosensing Forces out Serial Engagement

Yinnian Feng, Ellis L. Reinherz, Matthew J. Lang
2018 Trends in immunology  
At the heart of this process is a receptor-ligand interaction between variable domains on the αb TCR and a peptide cradled in the groove of a major histocompatibility molecule, pMHC ([1,2] and references  ...  A fundamental limitation of this model is that it is not based on direct visualization and continuous measurement of the in situ dynamic interactions between TCRs and pMHCs at the live cell membrane.  ...  If one moves the laser, one moves the trapped object. Using position-sensing systems akin to super-resolution methods, one can determine the center location of an object to nanometer level precision.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.it.2018.05.005 pmid:30060805 pmcid:PMC6154790 fatcat:dbznwlegjjhaxkjbvgsyethsfe

REFLECTIONS ON FREQUENCY EFFECTS IN LANGUAGE PROCESSING

Nick C. Ellis
2002 Studies in Second Language Acquisition  
As Bardovi-Harlig quotes from my target article, "classroom environments . . . can distort the patterns of exposure, function, medium, and social interaction" (Ellis, p. 170) and these distortions will  ...  Understanding the ways in which explicit and implicit learning interact in language acquisition is a major and longstanding goal of our discipline, hence my editing of a book on this topic (Ellis, 1994a  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0272263102002140 fatcat:7zlauh2akbdplag55e6upwk25i

Formulaic Language and Second Language Acquisition: Zipf and the Phrasal Teddy Bear

Nick C. Ellis
2012 Annual Review of Applied Linguistics  
This article revisits earlier proposals that language learning is, in essence, the learning of formulaic sequences and their interpretations; that this occurs at all levels of granularity from large to  ...  small; and that the language system emerges from the statistical abstraction of patterns latent within and across form and function in language usage.  ...  Eskildsen (2009) analyzed longitudinal oral L2 classroom interaction for the use of can by one student, Carlo. Can first appeared in the data in the formula, I can write.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0267190512000025 fatcat:k5zouxpbhfajtgqcelu5zvr7pa

How Do Hunter-Gatherer Children Learn Social and Gender Norms? A Meta-Ethnographic Review

Sheina Lew-Levy, Noa Lavi, Rachel Reckin, Jurgi Cristóbal-Azkarate, Kate Ellis-Davies
2017 Cross-Cultural Research  
At the end of middle childhood, children self-segregate into same-sex groups and begin to perform gender-specific tasks.  ...  To address this gap, we perform a meta-ethnography, which allows for the systematic extraction, synthesis, and comparison of quantitative and qualitative publications.  ...  Lew-Levy acknowledges the Cambridge International Trust and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (award  ... 
doi:10.1177/1069397117723552 fatcat:af7h67czw5dj3oxjalw7m3wdfy

Usage-based Approaches to Second Language Acquisition: Cognitive and Social Aspects

Yaghoob Javadi, Fakhereh Kazemirad
2020 Journal of Language Teaching and Research  
, language comprehension, and also grammaticality of the patterns.  ...  Based on usage-based approaches, language can be learned from language use, by means of social skills and generalizations over usage events in interaction.  ...  Usage-based theories study how the acquisition of generative schema, productive patterns, and other rule-like regularities is based on exemplars (Ellis & Wulff, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.17507/jltr.1103.16 fatcat:lya7f3beubfvnfozaqxgybcqpq

The combined cognitive bias hypothesis in depression

Jonas Everaert, Ernst H.W. Koster, Nazanin Derakshan
2012 Clinical Psychology Review  
We draw on current findings from behavioral studies on the interplay between depression-related processing biases. These data indicate that various cognitive biases are associated.  ...  We conclude this article with theoretical and clinical implications of the current state of research in this field and propose a number of ways in which research on the combined cognitive bias hypothesis  ...  The authors thank Paula Hertel and the anonymous reviewers for their comments on earlier versions of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cpr.2012.04.003 pmid:22681914 fatcat:2i23ffk5enahlg32mkzhyj4xsu
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