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FAIRY

Azin Ghazimatin, Rishiraj Saha Roy, Gerhard Weikum
2019 Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining - WSDM '19  
This paper presents FAIRY, a framework that systematically discovers, ranks, and explains relationships between users' actions and items in their social media feeds.  ...  Users increasingly rely on social media feeds for consuming daily information.  ...  Gummadi from MPI-SWS for useful discussions at various stages of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3289600.3290990 dblp:conf/wsdm/GhazimatinRW19 fatcat:4pdwe2bcrvh3rigrqg3vk7qzw4

Fairy Tale as Myth/Myth as Fairy Tale [chapter]

Jack Zipes
2002 The Brothers Grimm  
, for all this has a bearing on Disney's productive relationship with the fairy tale.  ...  She begins with a focus on the relationship between mother and infant and how the infant in the pre-oedipal phase begins making distinctions between male and female.  ...  genre part of their discourse. 16 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-137-09873-3_9 fatcat:3nvpl7taxbbu5pmedgrdisaxrq

Teachers' Designs for Learning Practices when Designing for Students as Learning Designers

Karin Tweddell Levinsen, Birgitte Holm Sørensen
2019 Designs for Learning  
As a result, learners have gained increased influence over designs for learning categories, including objectives, content and work methods, which includes the use of ICT.  ...  The designs for learning in question were based on the Scandinavian tradition of Problem Oriented Project Pedagogy (POPP), the core principles of which are experiential approaches to the social and material  ...  Following Löwgren and Stolterman (2007) , who understand interaction design as an action-oriented and contextrelated theory and practice, we understand designs for learning as an action-oriented and context-related  ... 
doi:10.16993/dfl.111 fatcat:6m766xih6zawfo33332ecjavzu

Employing Theatrical Games to Establish and Support Onlife Learning Communities on Mathematical Principles of Informatics

Nektarios Moumoutzis, Nikolaos Apostolos Rigas, Chara Xanthaki, Yiannis Maragkoudakis, Stavros Christodoulakis, Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Lilia Pavlova
2020 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
This paper presents how the PerFECt Framework for establishing and sustaining learning communities can be combined with innovative approaches of teaching mathematics using drama, to develop unplugged activities  ...  The resulting Human Calculator theatrical game enables students, using their bodies, to learn the binary representation of numbers and discover the algorithms of addition, subtraction, multiplication and  ...  The Human Calculator theatrical game is used in pilot activities with primary and secondary schools at Chania, Greece, within the framework of the TIM project (project nr. 2018-1-IT02-KA201-048139) under  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2020.10.1 fatcat:futmbu4cobdmbmiihdiahltkwi

Algorithmic brands: A decade of brand experiments with mobile and social media

Nicholas Carah
2016 New Media & Society  
What was missing though was the seamless connection between the mobile device and a live social media feed.  ...  Facebook's news feed design is strikingly similar: the news feed iteratively adapts to users in order to keep them engaged on the device for as long as possible.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444815605463 fatcat:ja6b5hd6ljfxhakgmh2rjk7uvm

Computational Creativity Meets Digital Literary Studies (Dagstuhl Seminar 19172)

Tarek Richard Besold, Pablo Gervás, Evelyn Gius, Sarah Schulz, Michael Wagner
2019 Dagstuhl Reports  
These narratological concepts have been investigated by literary scholars for a long time. Yet, operationalization of these concepts is required when used as the basis for computational modelling.  ...  Moreover, there are obvious connection points between Computational Creativity and Natural Language Processing on the one hand, and between Natural Language Processing and Digital Literary Studies on the  ...  , and their relationship.  ... 
doi:10.4230/dagrep.9.4.87 dblp:journals/dagstuhl-reports/BesoldGGS19 fatcat:u2nyrmbwpvdz3hvbgcghshiaq4

THE ART OF DESIGNING SOCIALLY INTELLIGENT AGENTS: SCIENCE, FICTION, AND THE HUMAN IN THE LOOP

Kerstin Dautenhahn
1998 Applied Artificial Intelligence  
Agent-human interaction requires a cognitive t between SIA technology and the human-in-the-loop as designer of, user of, and participant in social interactions.  ...  order to further the relationship between humans and agent tools.  ...  understand and interact with the their (social) world.  ... 
doi:10.1080/088395198117550 fatcat:nyabgrivwvaybiihyhdkha6d6e

Erotic Aspects of Everyday Life as a Challenge for Ubiquitous Computing

Olav Bertelsen, Marianne Graves Petersen
2007 DAIMI Report Series  
This discussion has general relevance</p> <p>for the study of residual categories in ubiquitous</p> <p>computing.</p></span></span>  ...  we</p> <p>discuss a number of design concepts in order to relate erotic</p> <p>aspects to the issue of visibility versus invisibility in</p> <p>ambient computing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I thank Michel Beaudoin-Lafon, Susanne Bødker, Olav Bertelsen, Christina Brodersen and Bent Guldbjerg Christensen for valuable input and discussions.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v36i581.7218 fatcat:sey2p6fwvvhetjzzlpdlhdpwsq

Real Police and Fictional Police: A Study of Public Perceptions Through Online Commentaries

Arseniy Khitrov
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Given that there is no common name for these theoretical assumptions, this paper proposes to use 'feedback loop theory' to unite these assumptions into a common framework.  ...  I answer these questions by carrying out a content analysis of popular Russian-language internet discussion forums where internet users review Russia's most famous police show Glukhar' (2008)(2009)(2010  ...  Some users hardly draw any distinction between actions that they have seen represented in the show and actions of the real-world police that users think or know the police do.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2555521 fatcat:v64spqgzdrhulllj54cntcz4va

Revealing Opportunities for 21st Century Learning: An Approach to Interpreting User Trace Log Data

Caitlin K. Martin, Denise Nacu, Nichole Pinkard
2016 Journal of Learning Analytics  
Our approach engages social learning analytics to code actions according to relationships between users and engages in self-report and ethnographic methods to supplement initial results.  ...  In this paper, we offer an exploratory approach for interpreting student user trace log data to reveal opportunities for creative production, self-directed learning, and social learning online.  ...  We are especially grateful to the middle school teachers, students, and administrators who contributed their time and invaluable perspe ctives to thi s work.  ... 
doi:10.18608/jla.2016.32.4 fatcat:ifw6iwibf5gqzfsvun47ze34cy

Management theory and practice: bridging the gap through multidisciplinary lenses

Douglas Brownlie, Paul Hewer, Beverly Wagner, Göran Svensson, Beverly Wagner
2008 European Business Review  
They argue for a better understanding of the "mutually beneficial relationship between the two realms"; in the pursuit of relevance, academics and practioners have different views of the gap.  ...  He argues that such texts, with their penchant for universal truths and positivistic approaches to social reality serve only to obscure and fail to capture the interpretive nature of knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1108/09555340810913494 fatcat:ntwwxp2zvfg3nciacv77xbk7q4

The legend of the Slender Man: The boogieman of surveillance culture

Kyle Curlew
2017 First Monday  
Western societies have developed a culture of surveillance that frames how social actors understand institutional and vernacular forms of "watching".  ...  , social control, and secretive agencies.  ...  A user might also consider anonymizing their browsing habits using a virtual private network (VPN) that disguise their IP address by feeding it through a decentralized network of servers or a TOR browser  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v22i6.6901 fatcat:3k4frddwjfbxbfrehquknsjn7u

Supporting narrative understanding of children with autism: A story interface with autonomous autobiographic agents

Wan Ching Ho, Megan Davis, Kerstin Dautenhahn
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics  
Recent studies in education for children with autism demonstrated that computer assisted learning can increase children's narrative understanding.  ...  An application named Virtual Agent Story Interface (VASI) has been developed to visualise the agents' AMs and to help the children to reconstruct their own version of a story.  ...  of an interactive virtual environment 9 , in which users will be allowed to interact and communicate with a group of social agents in a school environment for enabling the social relationship to be emerged  ... 
doi:10.1109/icorr.2009.5209580 fatcat:oqshsj7qzbb33oi6xjigbvz35e

Can Creative Firms Thrive Without Copyright? Value Generation And Capture From Private-Collective Innovation

Kristofer Erickson
2018 Zenodo  
This study investigates the relationship between IP protection and value capture for creative industry firms engaged in collective/open innovation activities.  ...  These dynamics offer a mechanism to understand and articulate the value of openness for creative industries policy and management of creative organizations.  ...  Business models are a useful analytic 'for the possibilities they give us for not only defining but also for exploring characteristic similarities and differences and the relationships between classes,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1404829 fatcat:tjqcpw6u5bdkzjupkkiskyoeii

Natural history films raise species awareness—A big data approach

Darío Fernández‐Bellon, Adam Kane
2019 Conservation Letters  
We present a framework for describing how such awareness may be transferred and test it on the popular BBC show Planet Earth 2 by analyzing Twitter and Wikipedia big data activity.  ...  More broadly, this study underscores how open-source big data analysis can inform effective dissemination of ecological awareness and provides a framework for future research for investigating behavioral  ...  dissemination; (c) public reaction; (d) public engagement for information; (e) changes in societal awareness and proactive actions that can feed back into the natural world.  ... 
doi:10.1111/conl.12678 pmid:32194654 pmcid:PMC7074017 fatcat:gi76lvhmzrbe5e4pw2ee4e6sme
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