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ASSESSING RELATIONS AMONG LANDSCAPE PREFERENCE, INFORMATIONAL VARIABLES, AND VISUAL ATTRIBUTES

Gaochao Zhang, Jun Yang, Jing Jin
2021 Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management  
Meanwhile, rather than showing the one-one connection with a single visual attribute, the degree of perceived coherence/complexity should be explained with multiple visual attributes.  ...  A total of 488 respondents' ratings of the preference, the perceived coherence and complexity, and four visual attributes, namely, the openness of visual scale (openness), the richness of composing elements  ...  The explanations of the variables are listed in Table 1 .  ... 
doi:10.3846/jeelm.2021.15584 fatcat:yqku7ejkg5hmncv33mcf5octcq

Editorial: Networks Applied in Science Education Research

Ismo T. Koponen, Terhi Mäntylä
2020 Education Sciences  
Science education research is, in many ways, involved with exploring relational aspects of diverse elements that affect students' learning outcomes; at one end, the elements may be concepts to be learned  ...  , and at the other end, the relations between students in different types of learning settings and environments and, ultimately, how such elements may interact [...]  ...  Different visualizations highlight different dependencies, and such a multifaceted potential of visual representations is useful for explorative analysis, but also easily tempts oversimplified interpretations  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci10050142 fatcat:fpcivwppvbel3c2wad5zqy2yo4

The coherent and fluent mind: how unified consciousness is constructed from cross-modal inputs via integrated processing experiences

Piotr Winkielman, Michał Ziembowicz, Andrzej Nowak
2015 Frontiers in Psychology  
In this opinion piece we discuss a simple but underappreciated explanation that focuses on processing dynamics.  ...  Research should also explore the specificity of experiences.  ...  Conflict of Interest Statement: The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00083 pmid:25741297 pmcid:PMC4327174 fatcat:ieqv5yamkbbjtkdtmpczklddgy

EmoCo: Visual Analysis of Emotion Coherence in Presentation Videos

Haipeng Zeng, Xingbo Wang, Aoyu Wu, Yong Wang, Quan Li, Alex Endert, Huamin Qu
2019 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
Therefore, exploring multimodal emotions and their coherence is of great value for understanding emotional expressions in presentations and improving presentation skills.  ...  Thus, in this paper, we introduce EmoCo, an interactive visual analytics system to facilitate efficient analysis of emotion coherence across facial, text, and audio modalities in presentation videos.  ...  In the visual exploration phrase, users can perform three-level exploration with our visualization system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2019.2934656 pmid:31443002 fatcat:ikyms2pmjrbu7iqmxz67f6vcae

Coherent knowledge structure and theory-based approach to categorization

Shimelis Assefa
2009 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
These explanations research participants used to characterize their category formation, after a careful text analysis, created meaningful and coherent interrelationships when plotted in a visual link chart  ...  The findings reveal that humans largely use simplified rules, definition type descriptions, and naïve explanations as bases for categorization judgment (coherence criteria).  ...  Using these visual tools, the approach in this study is to investigate if the theory-based approach to categorization offers coherent explanations for each categories (determined by the existence of meaningful  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2008.14504503145 fatcat:s3qxin6zpja5fmmmhdamcnoucq

When sounds look right and images sound correct: Cross-modal coherence enhances claims of pattern presence

Michał Ziembowicz, Andrzej Nowak, Piotr Winkielman
2013 Cognition  
We explored this possibility in three experiments in which participants judged the presence of a pattern in targets from one sensory modality, while being exposed in the background to incidental coherent  ...  and incoherent stimuli in a different modality (visual ?  ...  Present research We report three experiments in which participants judged targets in one sensory modality (auditory or visual) while being exposed in the background to coherent and incoherent stimuli in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2013.07.010 pmid:23954822 fatcat:aem63tdxojep5as2gejt6aq3zm

Multimedia aids to problem-solving transfer

Richard E Mayer
1999 International Journal of Educational Research  
In combination, these studies explore the conditions under which multimedia environments promote problem-solving transfer of scienti"c and mathematical principles.  ...  How can students be helped to understand scienti"c explanations of cause-and-e!ect systems, such as how a pump works, how the human respiratory system works, or how lightning storms develop?  ...  entire visual explanation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0883-0355(99)00027-0 fatcat:3gsyn45wijezpnlhh6734uxesy

Optical Insights into Renaissance Art

David Hockney, Charles M. Falco
2000 Optics and photonics news (Print)  
We explore perspective in carpets in other Lotto paintings and find perspective incoherence that is unlikely due to refocusing or depth of field problems in a projection, the putative source in "Husband  ...  We explore a number of possible sources of the geometric features and anomalies in the rendering of the carpet: parameters of a putative optical projector (focal length, aperture, positions, orientations  ...  We explore perspective in carpets in other Lotto paintings and find perspective incoherence that is unlikely due to refocusing or depth of field problems in a projection, the putative source in "Husband  ... 
doi:10.1364/opn.11.7.000052 fatcat:xedtvoercraqvlwb3gvcevabey

Summarising an Explanation Text with a Visual Representation as the Guidelines: How Does this Work to Represent Meaning?

Mutuota Kigotho, Siti Sarah Fitriani
2018 Al-Ta'lim  
Based on the analysis, a productive visual representation leads to a strong summary, and vice versa. This result is further discussed in this paper.  ...  In this paper, we present students" drawings and writings as the results of successive visualisation and summarisation activities in the classroom.  ...  explanation genre, understanding of the text, and grammatical knowledge in writing a coherent text.  ... 
doi:10.15548/jt.v25i1.379 fatcat:dkf736wuxfce7fb2hizi5m7eam

Aids to computer-based multimedia learning

Richard E. Mayer, Roxana Moreno
2002 Learning and Instruction  
The multiple representation principle states that it is better to present an explanation in words and pictures than solely in words.  ...  The coherence principle is that multimedia explanations are better understood when they include few rather than many extraneous words and sounds.  ...  In this section, we explore the issue of whether a multimedia explanation should include interesting details or should contain only the core steps in the cause-and-effect chain.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0959-4752(01)00018-4 fatcat:kpb2w7ecmvhvdpeuwznmso5wzu

Challenging Weak Central Coherence: A Brief Exploration of Neurological Evidence from Visual Processing and Linguistic Studies in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Jessica Scher Lisa, Eric Shyman
2019 Annals of Behavioral Neuroscience  
The current paper offers a brief review of findings from selected studies in order to explore available research that challenges the "deficit" characterization of a WCC theory as opposed to a "superiority  ...  " characterization of a strong local coherence.  ...  Happe and Frith [2] also explored the notion of WCC as a normal individual difference, again, going back to the notion of the "coherence continuum" in which weak coherence is viewed as a cognitive style  ... 
doi:10.18314/abne.v2i1.1606 fatcat:v7y6bxnfundannymgxqxfuvp4e

DEVELOPING EXPLANATORY MODELS OF MAGNETIC PHENOMENA THROUGH MODEL-BASED INQUIRY

Meng-Fei Cheng, Jang-Long Lin, Ying-Chi Chang, Hsiao-Wen Li, Tsung-Yu Wu, Deng-Min Lin
2014 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
The results of the study indicated that more than half the students developed scientific and coherent microscopic N-S dipole models to explain observed magnetic phenomena, and students' understanding of  ...  The program involved scaffolding activities, an interactive computer simulation, and reflection on scientific modeling criteria to address the students' difficulties in reasoning at the microscopic level  ...  Higher levels of explanation showed students could develop more advanced microscopic and coherent models. Table 1 . Levels of Explanation.  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/14.13.351 fatcat:3xovqlm42bhrnilf576cd5irby

The promise of multimedia learning: using the same instructional design methods across different media

Richard E. Mayer
2003 Learning and Instruction  
This article explores a program of research aimed at determining (a) research-based principles for the design of multimedia explanations-which can be called methods, and (b) the extent to which methods  ...  alone-in both book-based and computer-based environments, (b) a coherence effect-in which students learn more deeply when extraneous material is excluded rather than included-in both book-based and computer-based  ...  Acknowledgements Some of the material in this article was presented as a keynote address entitled "The promise of multimedia learning", at the 8th European Conference for Research  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0959-4752(02)00016-6 fatcat:4nrll5mxmvexzlfaji6nqyhjsq

A Multilayered Story of Memory Retrieval

Ruobing Xia, Shaobo Guan, David L. Sheinberg
2015 Neuron  
A particularly fruitful approach for exploring the relative role of PRh in the formation of visual memory is the visual paired-associate task (Sakai and Miyashita, 1991) .  ...  As the monkeys performed the visual association task, Takeda et al. (2015) observed an increase in coherence between spiking in A36 and the low-frequency band LFP in TE during the delay period of the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2015.04.017 pmid:25950629 fatcat:533vu72mwvbntk2ffrifxlvsra

New insights into the role of motion and form vision in neurodevelopmental disorders

Richard Johnston, Nicola J. Pitchford, Neil W. Roach, Timothy Ledgeway
2017 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
previous studies exploring visual processing in clinical populations.  ...  In this review, we explore alternative hypotheses for why deficits in the processing of global motion, relative to global form, might arise.  ...  The aim of this review is to explore alternative explanations for why deficits in the processing of global motion but not global form might arise in neurodevelopmental disorders and children born preterm  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2017.09.031 pmid:28965963 fatcat:zbltibfb2vb25ewfymonbqemza
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