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GIFT: Generalizable Interaction-aware Functional Tool Affordances without Labels [article]

Dylan Turpin, Liquan Wang, Stavros Tsogkas, Sven Dickinson, Animesh Garg
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Our framework, GIFT, operates in two phases: first, we discover visual affordances from goal-directed interaction with a set of procedurally generated tools; second, we train a model to predict new instances  ...  In this paper, we describe a method that grounds affordances in physical interactions instead, thus removing the need for human labels or expert policies.  ...  Our method for self-supervised discovery of Generalizable Interaction-aware Functional Tool affordances (GIFT) decomposes the affordance representation problem into i) taskagnostic perception of geometry  ... 
arXiv:2106.14973v1 fatcat:g4jzc6pnzrcclmfzwpimtuja5a

GIFT: Generalizable Interaction-aware Functional Tool Affordances without Labels

Dylan Turpin, Liquan Wang, Stavros Tsogkas, Sven Dickinson, Animesh Garg
2021 Robotics: Science and Systems XVII   unpublished
than relying on human labels, the GIFT framework discovers affordances from goal-directed interaction with a set of procedurally-generated tools.  ...  Our framework, GIFT, operates in two phases: first, we discover visual affordances from goal-directed interaction with a set of procedurally generated tools; second, we train a model to predict new instances  ...  Our method for self-supervised discovery of Generalizable Interaction-aware Functional Tool affordances (GIFT) decomposes the affordance representation problem into i) taskagnostic perception of geometry  ... 
doi:10.15607/rss.2021.xvii.060 fatcat:k5bcwfesfrchflqo6vt3sbh6da

Clinical Practice with Gifted Families [chapter]

Linda Kreger Silverman, Alexandra Shires Golon
2008 Handbook of Giftedness in Children  
Family therapists are trained to see the family as a unit and to deal with interactions among family members, rather than trying to fix the member who is labeled "the problem."  ...  "In truth, few parents think their children are gifted and want to label their children as gifted" (Feldhusen, 1998, p. 194) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-74401-8_11 fatcat:sbjeuxhjrfgcrlekknx5up6gca

Gifts, Contexts, Means, and Ends Differing: Informing Task Scenarios to Serve Knowledge Workers' Needs in Dynamic Complex Settings

Ulrich Schmitt, Grandon Gill
2020 Informing Science  
of adequate tools.  ...  scenarios are, thus, labelled KM0G, KM0C, KM0M, and KM0E.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4667 fatcat:nyyrb6o5wrb7fifjfwvor3smsi

Models of Underachievement Among Gifted Preadolescents: The Role of Personal, Family, and School Factors

Jean A. Baker, Robert Bridger, Karen Evans
1998 The gifted child quarterly  
Gifted children are also believed to possess greater awareness of the various components of intellectual functioning and their interrelationships.  ...  Gifted Child Quarterly, 30, 11-14. Robinson, A. (1989). Gifted: The two-faced label. Gifted Child Today, 12(1), 34-36. Robinson, N. M., & Robinson, H. B. (1982).  ... 
doi:10.1177/001698629804200102 fatcat:vc7jvubqn5fgppiocf2m7ut6ra

Measuring the Outcomes of State Policies for Gifted Education: An Equity Analysis of Texas School Districts

Bruce D. Baker
2001 The gifted child quarterly  
The inclusive approach afforded by this recording system provides all students with the opportunity to be recognized for outstanding achievements without com- promise to definitions of outstanding.  ...  Form followed function in this applied research.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001698620104500102 fatcat:3vuil7actbchxlcn3cgkus4dtq

Programs for the Gifted: To Be or Not to Be

Abraham J. Tannenbaum
1998 Journal for the Education of the Gifted  
Harry Pussow wus intensely devoted to encouruging und enhancing differentiated education for the gifted.  ...  The spreading influence of uttacks on speciul services to able children bus. therefore, led me to prepare this paper us a memoriul tribute to Hurry's steudfustness in defending the rights of the gifted  ...  A problem with programs for the gifted, as critics rightly charge, is that too often students are given long series of exercises in tool subjects without reference to how or where the tools are to be used-as  ... 
doi:10.1177/016235329802200102 fatcat:3pulec5cnncjpis2xcvb7tlv2y

Talented Young Writers' Relationships With Writing

Jill M. Olthouse
2012 Journal for the Education of the Gifted  
Rapport is a functional necessity to qualitative researchers because they rely heavily on information gathered in interviews and interactions.  ...  In answer to questions 2, 3, and 4 of Dai's essential tensions, this metaphor expresses -beingness,‖ -discontinuity,‖ and -generalizability.‖ This view of giftedness stresses that since the gifted experience  ... 
doi:10.1177/0162353211432039 fatcat:it5kiyukw5gfhme7xgptgtscce

FAME: 3D Shape Generation via Functionality-Aware Model Evolution [article]

Yanran Guan, Han Liu, Kun Liu, Kangxue Yin, Ruizhen Hu, Oliver van Kaick, Yan Zhang, Ersin Yumer, Nathan Carr, Radomir Mech, Hao Zhang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce a modeling tool which can evolve a set of 3D objects in a functionality-aware manner.  ...  Our tool supports constrained modeling, allowing users to restrict or steer the model evolution with functionality labels.  ...  The comparison results demonstrate that our evolutionary modeling tool is able to produce similar hybrids, without specifying a human pose or explicit affordance constraints, as well as other hybrids which  ... 
arXiv:2005.04464v3 fatcat:g74hs3wm65alxik2mufd6knvvq

Seeing possibilities : envisioning gifted education

Rosemary Alexandra Burd
2016
I conclude that in order to see more possibilities for gifted education, the field of gifted education must embrace a greater role for visual thinking.  ...  Based on my experiences in gifted education, I employ seeing as a research methodology as I interrogate the visual aspect of texts from the field of gifted education and my own personal narratives; based  ...  Like James Borland (2009) , I could support gifted education without gifted children.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0300418 fatcat:2wivzf2e6jbszmdw5nwt6i7fxq

AnchorViz

Jina Suh, Soroush Ghorashi, Gonzalo Ramos, Nan-Chen Chen, Steven Drucker, Johan Verwey, Patrice Simard
2019 ACM transactions on interactive intelligent systems (TiiS)  
search, but with fewer labels and more generalizable features.  ...  Once such inconsistencies and errors are discovered, users can encode the new information as labels or features and interact with the retrained classifier to validate their actions in an iterative loop  ...  With this type of visual reduction, we can render a simpler visualization without clusters or a navigation affordance. 4.2.7 Interacting with Items and Groups.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3241379 fatcat:ptyz5iprpndaljzl3fkkm5ymei

Exploring the Linguistic Profile of Gifted ESL Students [article]

Hoda Kilani, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Hetty Roessingh
2018
This study gleaned insights into the linguistic profile of gifted English as second language students (ESL).  ...  The purpose is to initiate discussions and invite new research on pedagogies that enable academic vocabulary expansion among gifted ESL students.  ...  Corson (1997) recognizes the need to teach "critical awareness" (p. 710) of words' use and function.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/33121 fatcat:vs5mpxkh6zbljicgc45h4ph5re

Where Their Children Belong: Parents' Perceptions of the Boundaries Separating 'Gifted' and 'Non-Gifted' Educational Programs

Allison Roda
2017
not only examining parents' choices between highly segregated schools and school districts but also within an urban elementary school that offers two self-contained academic programs--a majority white Gifted  ...  For example, I compared the parent interview data with the parent's interactions at the school functions, and the information about school choice and the G&T program on the school's website.  ...  The parent interview data was then triangulated with the observations of school-level functions in order to see how parent's perceptions overlap with how they interact with other parents and school personnel  ... 
doi:10.7916/d86d616d fatcat:2xnvca3jxvd3djdorgd77lofwq

An Exploratory Study Of Experiences Of Gifted/sexual Minority Students

Rebecca Walter
2018
This study explored the experiences of gifted/sexual minority students.  ...  Participants reported, on average, a significant age gap between the times they discovered they were gifted and the times they discovered they were a sexual minority.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to express my sincere thanks to the staff and graduate assistants of the Center for Gifted Education for their support throughout this year. My time at the  ... 
doi:10.25774/w4-1y1w-km85 fatcat:5kv4w4zd7zc43n3sw7m6j6d7be

Visualization Accessibility in the Wild: Challenges Faced by Visualization Designers

Shakila Cherise S Joyner, Amalia Riegelhuth, Kathleen Garrity, Yea-Seul Kim, Nam Wook Kim
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
Our findings include the difficulties of handling modern complex and interactive visualizations and the lack of accessibility support from visualization tools in addition to personal and organizational  ...  Other issues relate to the second aspect of functional interactivity, the communication of the result of the interaction.  ...  Regarding interactive visualizations, participants' difficulties revolve around the two aspects of "functional interactivity", where both the interface element and the result of the interaction are accessible  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517630 fatcat:wlxtbb5bqvalnidywzcskdcd3q
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