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Finding their way: How public library users wayfind

Lauren H. Mandel
2013 Library & Information Science Research  
discuss their views on wayfinding in the Library; and an expert review with library staff and a library wayfinding and signage expert to validate research findings.  ...  A multi-method case study research design, guided by Passini's conceptual framework of wayfinding, was employed to investigate library user wayfinding behavior within the entry area of a medium-sized public  ...  While such research has occurred in academic libaries, public library users differ from academic library users in important ways, such as being a more heterogenous population comprised of people of varying  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2013.04.003 fatcat:hukmkifwobgnhhtoi244w7k7pi

Realizing an Open Ubiquitous Environment in a RESTful Way

Yong Liu, Kay Connelly
2008 2008 IEEE International Conference on Web Services  
Web services have been widely used to support context-aware applications for context information retrieval in a ubiquitous environment.  ...  We also discuss an example context-aware application developed for the environment and show how REST style services can contribute in moving ubiquitous computing technologies into the real world.  ...  Web services have been proved to be able to well support integration across heterogeneous platforms in a loosely coupled manner [31] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icws.2008.64 dblp:conf/icws/LiuC08 fatcat:uo6356tzojgynifdw2wsmfc2ja

Optimizing Multi-Way Spatial Joins of Web Feature Services

Guiwen Lan, Qiang Zhang, Zhao Yang, Tong Li
2017 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
In a heterogeneous GIS application, a user can issue a query that relates two or more spatial datasets at different WFS servers.  ...  In this paper, we examine the problems of multi-way spatial joins of WFSs, and we present a client-side optimization approach to generate good execution plans for such queries.  ...  In heterogeneous spatial data applications, the answers to some queries may often involve integrating and analyzing data from a number of services [10] [11] [12] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi6040123 fatcat:wa5vwchl55cjnobspkzfhwc3lu

Genomics and proteomics—the way forward

J. P. A. Baak, E. A. M. Janssen, K. Soreide, R. Heikkilæ
2005 Annals of Oncology  
Secondly, it is not always easy to select the way forward in Genomics and Proteomics. Therefore emerging technologies are updated and the hallmarks of cancer cells briefly discussed.  ...  This will only increase in the future when more will become known about proteins, which not only outnumber the genes, but also can be functionally altered in various ways.  ...  One may ask, how do we grasp this unfolding knowledge? This article will attempt to give a short overview of where we are and how the way forward might be chosen.  ... 
doi:10.1093/annonc/mdi728 pmid:15958472 fatcat:7w54w327kfgkdnr6muo2liuwwy

Towards a Novel Way to Predict Deficits After a Brain Lesion: A Stroke Example

Georgios A. Klados, Michalis Zervakis, Rosalia Dacosta-Aguayo, Antonio Fratini, Manousos A. Klados
2019 2019 IEEE 19th International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering (BIBE)  
The aim of the present study is the development of a user-friendly desktop application to predict the induced cognitive deficits in patients who have suffered a brain lesion.  ...  In addition, we have embedded two types of visualization methods: One to present the slices of the brain mask and another to show the 3D volume of the mask into 3D semitransparent human brain.  ...  Then, given a voxel, it can tell you how strongly this voxel is linked with each one of the key-terms included in Neurosynth's database.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bibe.2019.00138 dblp:conf/bibe/KladosZDFK19 fatcat:sf7nozubhraxzpjzrchurkslg4

Sequencing our way towards understanding global eukaryotic biodiversity

Holly M. Bik, Dorota L. Porazinska, Simon Creer, J. Gregory Caporaso, Rob Knight, W. Kelley Thomas
2012 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
Despite a promising outlook, the field of eukaryotic marker gene surveys faces significant challenges: how to generate data that is most useful to the community, especially in the face of evolving sequencing  ...  technology and bioinformatics pipelines, and how to incorporate an expanding number of target genes.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their insightful comments that significantly helped to improve an earlier version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tree.2011.11.010 pmid:22244672 pmcid:PMC3311718 fatcat:qz3sywihsvcdvd4g2utke6kr6m

MilkyWay@home: Harnessing volunteer computers to constrain dark matter in the Milky Way

Heidi Jo Newberg, Matthew Newby, Travis Desell, Malik Magdon-Ismail, Boleslaw Szymanski, Carlos Varela
2013 Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union  
AbstractMilkyWay@home is a volunteer computing project that allows people from every country in the world to volunteer their otherwise idle processors to Milky Way research.  ...  We will add additional spatial dimensions as well as kinematic measures in a piecemeal fashion, with the eventual goal of fitting the orbit and parameters of the Milky Way potential (and thus the density  ...  The result is stored in a database, and another work unit (with a new set of parameters to try) is sent out.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1743921313006273 fatcat:exkjopipnjgtjkppdvyl5ttxwi

Integrating remote sensing in Natura 2000 habitat monitoring: Prospects on the way forward

Jeroen Vanden Borre, Desiré Paelinckx, Caspar A. Mücher, Lammert Kooistra, Birgen Haest, Geert De Blust, Anne M. Schmidt
2011 Journal for Nature Conservation  
They want 654 remote sensing products and services to be user-friendly and intuitive and to 655 integrate seamlessly with the GIS-systems and geo-databases that they already 656 have in place(Bock et al  ...  Such information could be brought together in 683 databases or web-based compendia, to facilitate exchange and enable easy 684 updating. 698 integration of advanced remote sensing methods in the mapping  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnc.2010.07.003 fatcat:y272u6mqdvazdi2ljqemz55rdq

Work Out the Semantic Web Search: The Cooperative Way

Dora Melo, Irene Pimenta Rodrigues, Vitor Beires Nogueira
2012 Advances in Artificial Intelligence  
in OWL/RDF as knowledge base and WordNet to build similar questions.  ...  We propose a Cooperative Question Answering System that takes as input natural language queries and is able to return a cooperative answer based on semantic web resources, more specifically DBpedia represented  ...  The decision of when to relax a question in order to justify the answer and when to clarify a question and how to clarify it also taken by in this module.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/867831 fatcat:ujptv336p5fixas2d5aqhlxo24

Finding Our Way in the Dark Proteome

Asmit Bhowmick, David H. Brookes, Shane R. Yost, H. Jane Dyson, Julie D. Forman-Kay, Daniel Gunter, Martin Head-Gordon, Gregory L. Hura, Vijay S. Pande, David E. Wemmer, Peter E. Wright, Teresa Head-Gordon
2016 Journal of the American Chemical Society  
We envision how these diverse experimental and computational tools can work together through formation of a "computational beamline" that will allow key functional features to be identified in IDP structural  ...  ensembles. 9733 a Four different conformers of glycine dipeptide are used to explore chemical shift accuracies with respect to geometrical changes in ϕ and ψ dihedral angles.  ...  determination of the conformational ensemble of the free protein might aid in a corresponding molecular interpretation of how such a drug works, and therefore how best to target other disease-related  ... 
doi:10.1021/jacs.6b06543 pmid:27387657 pmcid:PMC5051545 fatcat:pftvhmad3reibkzsoieejmhyoi

Semi-Heterogeneous Three-Way Joint Embedding Network for Sketch-Based Image Retrieval

Jianjun Lei, Yuxin Song, Bo Peng, Zhanyu Ma, Ling Shao, Yi-Zhe Song
2019 IEEE transactions on circuits and systems for video technology (Print)  
In this paper, we propose a novel semi-heterogeneous three-way joint embedding network (Semi3-Net), which integrates three branches (a sketch branch, a natural image branch, and an edgemap branch) to learn  ...  How to align abstract sketches and natural images into a common high-level semantic space remains a key problem in SBIR.  ...  SEMI-HETEROGENEOUS THREE-WAY JOINT EMBEDDING NETWORK A.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcsvt.2019.2936710 fatcat:tnd5fksqkfblnchifwayvj7avq

Global Ambitions, Local Contexts: Alternative Ways of Knowing the World

Karin Pfeffer, Yola Georgiadou
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The editorial to the Special Issue situates the individual contributions in a broader social science debate, which critically examines the quantification of global policy goals and its effects on how we  ...  In this Special Issue, we bring together contributions from authors in the scientific discipline Geo-Information Science who engaged with the question: How does Geo-Information Science contribute to the  ...  Acknowledgments: The SI guest editors thank the contributing authors for the carefully designed contributions, the reviewers for devoting their valuable time, Isa Baud for providing comments on a draft  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8110516 fatcat:xtjxkduga5dhtglgmxkfmdffza

Which is the best way to organize/classify images by content?

Anna Bosch, Xavier Muñoz, Robert Martí
2007 Image and Vision Computing  
Thousands of images are generated every day, which implies the necessity to classify, organise and access them using an easy, faster and efficient way.  ...  Many different approaches concerning scene classification have been proposed in the last few years.  ...  The DST (discriminant spectral template) is a function that describes how each spectral component contributes to a spatial envelope property.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.imavis.2006.07.015 fatcat:jicc44pv5ffa7csqzkkqhmoo4m

HydroBlocks v0.2: enabling a field-scale two-way coupling between the land surface and river networks in Earth system models

Nathaniel W. Chaney, Laura Torres-Rojas, Noemi Vergopolan, Colby K. Fisher
2021 Geoscientific Model Development  
The results show (1) the implementation of the two-way coupling between the land surface and the river network leads to appreciable differences in the simulated spatial heterogeneity of the surface energy  ...  The resulting routing scheme provides an effective and efficient path forward to enable a two-way coupling between the high-resolution river networks and state-of-the-art tiling schemes in ESMs.  ...  We would like to dedicate this article to Peter Metcalfe, who passed away due to a climbing accident in 2018. Peter's help in developing the original HydroBlocks model was instrumental.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-14-6813-2021 fatcat:jlng73b2bvfcpp77f3erkvvvg4

Toward Information Infrastructure Studies: Ways of Knowing in a Networked Environment [chapter]

Geoffrey C. Bowker, Karen Baker, Florence Millerand, David Ribes
2009 International Handbook of Internet Research  
We move from a definition of infrastructure to the exploration of a historical context for its development.  ...  Introduction It is rare enough in human history that fundamentally new ways of working are developed, which changed the way in which information was gathered, processed, stored, and reused.  ...  We show in Fig. 1 how their definitions can be ordered along two axes, one explicitly non-spatial and the other spatial: the social/technical and the individual/group or local/global.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-9789-8_5 fatcat:uhhros2favhc5kmbq4dasoruie
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