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1999 Decision Support Systems  
The first paper, ''Experimentation with an Information Filtering System That Combines Cognitive and Sociological Filtering Integrated with User Stereotypes,'' by Shapira, Shoval, and Hanani, presents a  ...  dual-method model and system for filtering and ranking relevance of information presented.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-9236(99)00033-0 fatcat:gciwypmehvdjjk6backqkzlg5a

Emotion: Theoretical Investigations and Implications for Artificial Social Aggregates [chapter]

Christian von Scheve, Daniel Moldt
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We therefore present an integrated view on emotion. The goal is to relate specific micro-macro aspects of emotion theory with general sociological theories of societal structuration.  ...  We show that emotion theories and models from cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, and computer science constitute a valuable, if not mandatory foundation for sociological issues in emotion research  ...  every-day situations), since possibly valuable information is filtered and not accounted for.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25867-4_12 fatcat:dmkbmb6ubzdcdew3pf7rs2vrea

Human Socio-cultural Behavior Modeling: A Soft-Computing Approach

Tareq Z. Ahram, Waldemar Karwowski
2013 Acta Mechanica Slovaca  
Human behavioral and socio-cultural soft-computational modeling requires the abil-  ...  Complex systems have previously been studied in various fields including cybernetics, economics, sociology, anthropology, cognitive science, chemistry, mathematics, physics, systems science etc.  ...  Forecasting with Socio-cultural Complex Network Analysis Complexity systems engineering is an emerging trans-disciplinary field of research that studies complex systems (Aslaksen, 2009; Cilliers, 1998  ... 
doi:10.21496/ams.2013.014 fatcat:ycg6lnjze5anzgzyz5ehv5s2xe

Challenging Social Media Threats using Collective Well-being Aware Recommendation Algorithms and an Educational Virtual Companion [article]

Dimitri Ognibene, Davide Taibi, Udo Kruschwitz, Rodrigo Souza Wilkens, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Emily Theophilou, Lidia Scifo, Rene Alejandro Lobo, Francesco Lomonaco, Sabrina Eimler, H. Ulrich Hoppe, Nils Malzahn
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This framework offers an initial step on understanding how to design SM systems and embedded educational interventions that favor a more healthy and positive society.  ...  We thus propose a framework based on an adaptive "social media virtual companion" for educating and supporting the entire students' community to interact with SM.  ...  Toward collective well-being measures for social media Social media are strongly integrated with information systems that affect, or even determine, their dynamics and can affordably offer a huge amount  ... 
arXiv:2102.04211v3 fatcat:ps2pztjcevbardpnkzrbuiia7a

The language of privacy

Michael Boyle, Saul Greenberg
2005 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
This thesis informs the design and development of video media spaces that enrich distributed collaboration and preserve privacy.  ...  cooperative work (CSCW) systems.  ...  Recently, several researchers have begun top-down examinations of privacy-and-design that integrate CSCW findings with theories developed in sociology and psychology.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1067860.1067868 fatcat:zrkyacghsfdmzpn6zm7r442bke

Ontology-Driven Tools for EEG-Based Neurophysiological Research Automation

K.V. Ryabinin, S.I. Chuprina, I.A. Labutin
2021 Scientific Visualization  
The high-level graphical user interface of the toolchain provides the user with a data flow diagram (DFD) editor that enables defining the particular data processing pipeline in an intuitive way instead  ...  The humanities like psychology, sociology, political science, and linguistics can utilize the brain activity patterns during experiments to measure and classify reactions of informants to different modelled  ...  Acknowledgments The reported study is supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, State Assignment No.  ... 
doi:10.26583/sv.13.4.08 fatcat:2czzkfqsdneihip7qcni3l2pgm

Applying Multilogical and Metamemetic Approaches to Understand How We Think and Feel in Space

Monique Cardinal
2021 Intelligent Information Management  
Digital and non-digital relationships to our values/ideas/ideologies and beliefs make us think differently and often via manners that can damage our reasoning skills and proper ways to process information  ...  /or individual training to understand critically and apply such an understanding in such relationships (through states of mind).  ...  Acknowledgements I wanted to express appreciation for help from anonymous reviewers and editors, and Diego Fontanive for contributing in revising and critique.  ... 
doi:10.4236/iim.2021.134013 fatcat:uuizq7rpmzecdexuh5jxrxw6ay

Adaptive systems: from intelligent tutoring to autonomous agents

D. Benyon, D. Murray
1993 Knowledge-Based Systems  
The paper also describes software support for producing adaptive systems and offers some experimental evidence to justify both the desirability and feasibility of exploiting an adaptive system approach  ...  We present an architecture for adaptive systems and a methodology for their development.  ...  Much of this paper was compiled during David Benyon's visiting fellowships where opportunities and help were provided by Judy Kay at the University of Sydney and David Hill and the University of Calgary  ... 
doi:10.1016/0950-7051(93)90012-i fatcat:kqlhiphcvvhatpffz2zalydxni

Why we need biased AI – How including cognitive and ethical machine biases can enhance AI systems [article]

Sarah Fabi, Thilo Hagendorff
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We use insights from cognitive science as well as ethics and apply them to the AI field, combining theoretical considerations with seven case studies depicting tangible bias implementation scenarios.  ...  Secondly, we argue that in order to achieve ethical machine behavior, filter mechanisms have to be applied for selecting biased training stimuli that represent social or behavioral traits that are ethically  ...  Gadzinski and Castello (2020) aimed at combining system 1 and system 2 thinking by combining fastand-frugal trees with ensembles of artificial neural nets that estimated Bayesian uncertainty, respectively  ... 
arXiv:2203.09911v1 fatcat:he25ahw43vgvxb5e5jpozdx6ca

Learning Race from Face: A Survey

Siyao Fu, Haibo He, Zeng-Guang Hou
2014 IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence  
These studies raise an important question: How implicit, non-declarative racial category can be conceptually modeled and quantitatively inferred from the face?  ...  Next, taxonomy of feature representational models, algorithms, performance and racial databases are presented with systematic discussions within the unified learning scenario.  ...  Furthermore, it has been shown by several demographic surveys and statistical studies that integrating 3D face information could lead to an improved performance of race categorization.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpami.2014.2321570 pmid:26353153 fatcat:b6n4q34mmfebnez2qpvm6edjai

A Theory-Driven Design Framework for Social Recommender Systems

Ofer Arazy, Nanda Kumar, Bracha Shapira
2010 Journal of the AIS  
Ofer Arazy Social recommender systems utilize data regarding users' social relationships in filtering relevant information to users.  ...  We designed, developed, and tested a recommender system based on these principles, and found that the same types of relationships yield the best recommendation accuracy.  ...  This research was funded in part by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and by PSC-CUNY.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00237 fatcat:pklj2rtkincvxbul6ecoadnhiq

Believable Virtual Characters in Human-Computer Dialogs [article]

Yvonne Jung, Arjan Kuijper, Dieter Fellner, Michael Kipp, Jan Miksatko, Jonathan Gratch, Daniel Thalmann
2011 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
This type of interface is made possible with the help of multimodal dialog systems, which extend common speech dialog systems with additional modalities just like in human-human interaction.  ...  Multimodal dialog systems consist at least of an auditive and graphical component, and communication is based on speech and nonverbal communication alike.  ...  , and within the ANSWER project that has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eg2011/stars/075-100 fatcat:ry6wr3y2p5dsjpb67gp6jvblja

An overview of audiovisual translation: Four methodological turns in a mature discipline

Frederic Chaume
2018 Journal of audiovisual translation  
This article presents a due brief overview of the four turns audiovisual translation has taken to date (the descriptive, the cultural, the sociological and the cognitive turns), and identifies some of  ...  To date, this field of research has grown exponentially, parallel to the production, consumption, interaction with and general interest in audiovisual products.  ...  (2015) studies non-professional subtitling use in Spain as a successful way to overcome linguistic barriers, and gives an overall picture of users' engagement with audiovisual content describing their  ... 
doi:10.47476/jat.v1i1.43 fatcat:qzrz7hxkazguvletvqmc4gasw4

Trust and Reputation for Successful Software Self-organisation [chapter]

Jean-Marc Seigneur, Pierpaolo Dondio
2011 Natural Computing Series  
Abstract An increasing number of dynamic software evolution approaches is commonly based on integrating or utilising new pieces of software.  ...  In this chapter, we describe how computational trust and reputation can be used to avoid choosing new pieces of software that may be malicious or of lower quality.  ...  Collaborative filtering systems are typically centralised, commonly based on a central database that stores user profiles and past user recommendations, and therefore they are not always a feasible solution  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17348-6_8 fatcat:zikljtdwmzd5bn3nn7hial4vne

Study on the Use of the Constant Comparison Method : Lessons from Training Novice Modelers
지속비교 방법에 관한 연구 : 초심 모델러 교육으로부터의 교훈

Taekyung Kim, Jinsoo Park, Sangkyu Rho
2013 The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies  
Conceptual modeling is a critical activity for developing successful business information systems.  ...  The source of difficulties can be found in (1) human constraints on information processing, (2) the variety and complexity of information requirements, (3) communication issues between analysts and users  ...  [19] add that lacking proper knowledge organization lead to limited and stereotypical understanding on information sources.  ... 
doi:10.7838/jsebs.2013.18.1.165 fatcat:5xmwv66mwnb7lcqe4fnucukedy
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