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Adapting Language Models for Zero-shot Learning by Meta-tuning on Dataset and Prompt Collections

Ruiqi Zhong, Kristy Lee, Zheng Zhang, Dan Klein
2021 Findings of the Association for Computational Linguistics: EMNLP 2021   unpublished
In Find- for Computational Linguistics.  ...  Row 1 finds that a meta-tuned model is better than UnifiedQA; row 2 finds that the larger model is better; row 3 finds that pre-training does the heavy lifting; row 4, 5, and 6 finds that the performance  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2021.findings-emnlp.244 fatcat:cieviyplr5ea7nrgnjqeocwddm

Paratext and meaning-making in indie games

Mikhail Fiadotau
2015 Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology  
The focus on concrete manifestations of paratext reflects the author's belief that examples should not only be used to illustrate theoretical arguments about paratextual phenomena, but should help deepen  ...  and the readme file.  ...  spoilers as to its idea or story.  ... 
doaj:47bfc14516eb485ba43b553168b4ca24 fatcat:7c4w3emuf5fv5oabrfcqgzxuo4

Reflective HCI

Paul Dourish, Janet Finlay, Phoebe Sengers, Peter Wright
2004 Extended abstracts of the 2004 conference on Human factors and computing systems - CHI '04  
Overview Ambience and immersive technological environments allow us to explore some basics of human pragmatics that lie beyond linguistics, intentionality and the subject-agency perspectives of human interaction  ...  Using existing robots, I describe how The Uncanny can be used to reveal the underlying issues and implications of robots, particularly as they relate to boundaries and distinctions between the natural  ...  WORKS CITED ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Double Deck Desk was developed as part of the Appliance Design Studio (ADS) and sponsored by Hewlett Packard. The Key  ... 
doi:10.1145/985921.986203 dblp:conf/chi/DourishFSW04 fatcat:2riaoweryzhnza25n4hwbghwha

Real mysteries: narrative and the unknowable

2014 ChoiceReviews  
device of the repeatable character tag.  ...  "automatic cognition" (DiMaggio: 268-72).  ...  At the same time, the tenacity of the narrator's attention to Bartleby would seem to bear out the other side of the Levinasian ethical equation: that "[t]he I is bound up with the non-I as if the entire  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.52-0109 fatcat:y6l3rcvgxnaqvevip2d3xy7dry

Classification design : understanding the decisions between theory and consequence [article]

Julia Amber Bullard
2018
when the system takes on these qualities.  ...  These systems are ubiquitous as the substrate of our interactions with library collections, retail websites, and bureaucracies.  ...  "Allegiant Spoilers").  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2251g26c fatcat:jpdfz2hwabawdczbccy27rgtfm

Proceedings for the 3rd Shaw-IAU Workshop on Astronomy for Education: What Everybody Should Know about Astronomy Education [article]

Asmita Bhandare, Giuliana Giobbi, Colm Larkin, Rebecca Sanderson, Eduardo Penteado, Niall Deacon, Gwen Sanderson, Anna Sippel
2021 Zenodo  
This is a summary of the 3rd Shaw-IAU workshop on Astronomy for Education held 12 – 15 October, 2021 as a virtual event. The workshop was organised by the IAU Office of Astronomy for Education.  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF or NASA.  ...  We invite you to join us in reflection and action to engage with communities that have been harmed or marginalized by some of the dominant practices of science.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5768700 fatcat:m7ltmzzmjbcr3inrdnweemstly

Second generation migrant writers in Australia: Transcultural Creativity and World Englishes

NINA FANG
2020
Findings suggest that the transcultural creativity of second generation writers is produced through the authors' choice of linguistic strategies, reflection of self, perception of participants, cultural  ...  This thesis examines the transcultural creativity of selected second generation Australian migrant writers through the lens of world Englishes and Cultural Linguistics.  ...  This is notable in the way Law uses "baby machine that spat out five children in quick, semi-automatic succession" in Excerpt 10.  ... 
doi:10.26180/13383254.v1 fatcat:qsrfn7bv7fdk7ovr4kwfvzfvsa

The Perception of American Adolescent Culture Through the Dubbing and Fansubbing of a Selection of US Teen Series from 1990 to 2013

Alice <1981> Casarini, Delia Carmela Chiaro
2014
audience's growing need to participation in the global dialogue and appropriation process based on US scheduling and informed by the new paradigm of convergence culture, transmedia storytelling, and affective  ...  economics (Jenkins 2006 and 2007), as well as the constraints intrinsic to multimodal translation and the different types of linguistic and cultural adaptation performed through dubbing (which tends to  ...  The scene expresses the show's clever use of self-irony, which is iterated through the insertion of a commercial break on Dawson's unwitting cue.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/6672 fatcat:7sab5haxvvgnhndwhc4tmxt2q4

©2011 ELENA DANIELA NEACSU ALL RIGHTS RESERVED POLITICAL SATIRE AND POLITICAL NEWS: ENTERTAINING, ACCIDENTALLY REPORTING OR BOTH? THE CASE OF THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART (TDS)

Elena-Daniela Neacsu
unpublished
Such cultural distinctions are designed to segregate TDS' audience from the people who did not find the linguistic replacement to be appalling.  ...  All archived segments are searchable by date, and tag. The tag contains the names of the personalities discussed or interviewed in that unit and the main issue covered within.  ...  JS uses this color scheme to connect the two crises: because both are fabricated; b.  ... 
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Political satire and political news

Elena-Daniela Neacsu
2011
The research identified flaws in the existing literature and the limits inherent to any similar endeavors.  ...  Furthermore, due to its specific comedic structure, the primary text does not encourage dissenting or critical reading of the show's presentation of the news.  ...  Such cultural distinctions are designed to segregate TDS' audience from the people who did not find the linguistic replacement to be appalling.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t30r9nrt fatcat:23h4jko2zfey5lseod3lvggk7q

The Chinese Approach To Web Journalism: A Comparative Analysis [article]

Jing Xin, University Of Canterbury
2011
The study finds that the Chinese version of mainstream web news genre differs significantly from the Western version. This thesis argues that journalists' practice is strongly context dependent.  ...  The study challenges the dominance of the political explanatory framework that considers political factors as the most important approach to study Chinese web-based media.  ...  The qualitative analysis here finds that the multimedia news package at Chinese websites contributes little to enhance the storytelling.  ... 
doi:10.26021/5029 fatcat:4oyxgh3i55b7rmj4e5ddaxkpha

TWITTER AND SOCIETY PETER LANG Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Axel Weller, Jean Burgess, & Merja, Puschmann, Steve Jones, New York, Washington, D Baltimore, Bern, Frankfurt Berlin, Brussels, Vienna (+14 others)
2014 unpublished
Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the "Deutsche Nationalbibliografie"; detailed bibliographic data is available on the Internet at http://dnb.d-nb.de/.  ...  Still, possible use of tweets is not limited to mere passive access. By automatically consuming and analysing data, a tweet might find unexpected and undesired uses.  ...  tagS The Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet (TAGS) is a Web-based script that can be used for the cloud-based collection of tweets.  ... 
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MAXIMIZING INTELLIGIBILITY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEXT SETTING and HEAVEN'S GATE

David Wolfson, David Wolfson, David Wolfson, Nancy Rao
unpublished
The existing literature from composers and composition teachers on the subject of maximizing intelligibility is negligible.  ...  Is there anything a composer can do to maximize the chances that a setting of English text for the classically trained voice can be understood by audiences?  ...  Durational cues The relative lengths of syllables and consonants are, in normal speech, cues that help us recognize the phonemes that make them up.  ... 
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Culture and Climate Change: Narratives

Alice Bell, Robert Butler, Tan Copsey, Kris De Meyer, Nick Drake, Kate Fletcher, Caspar Henderson, Isabel Hilton, Chris Hope, George Marshall, Ruth Padel, James Painter (+9 others)
unpublished
The third story I will call Angel Heart after the 1987 movie starring Mickey Rourke and Robert DeNiro, in which (spoiler alert) when we finally meet the villain he is 'us'.  ...  After nearly a quarter of a century, the IPCC's scholarly, and for most of its history, obscure, review process, involving thousands of university researchers from numerous disciplines, finds itself tagged  ...  'Changing climate' seems to find some adherents.  ... 
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What Does Gender Mean in Regendered Characters

Lucy Baker, University, My, David Ellison
2018
This thesis uses interviews, surveys, and observations of fannish communities, and close readings of regendered texts and media, to develop two theories of regendered effects.  ...  I then apply these theories to specific fanfic texts, revealing the interplay between the fan, the audience, the canon, and gendered expectations of behaviour and sexuality.  ...  Community is also often formed around specific tags and tag clusters.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/2211 fatcat:jghwnqivcjgf3d34kvyqng2vum
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