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Knowledge encapsulation framework for technosocial predictive modeling

Michael C Madison, Andrew J Cowell, R Scott Butner, Keith Fligg, Andrew W Piatt, Liam R McGrath, Peter C Ellis
2012 Security Informatics  
Its embodiment, the Knowledge Encapsulation Framework (KEF), offers a suite of semi-automated and configurable content harvesting, vetting, annotation and analysis capabilities within a wiki-enabled and  ...  Analysts who use predictive analytics methods need actionable evidence to support their models and simulations.  ...  Conclusions The Knowledge Encapsulation Framework represents a leap forward in the collaborative process of teams across many domains.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2190-8532-1-10 fatcat:q5t52u5gfrfztfsyquxp4fekkq

Technosocial predictive analytics for security informatics

Antonio Sanfilippo, Nigel Gilbert, Mark Greaves
2012 Security Informatics  
Its embodiment, the Knowledge Encapsulation Framework (KEF), offers a suite of semi-automated and configurable content harvesting, vetting, annotation and analysis capabilities within a wiki-enabled and  ...  behaviors targeted for prediction.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2190-8532-1-8 fatcat:suittmhr4zdotdq6i6w7cffiti

Technosocial Predictive Analytics in Support of Naturalistic Decision Making

Antonio Sanfilippo, Andrew J. Cowell, Liz Malone, Roderick Riensche, Jim Thomas, Stephen Unwin, Paul Whitney, Pak Chung Wong
2009 unpublished
Originality/Value -Integration of technosocial predictive modeling with knowledge management and analytic gaming to support collaborative decision making.  ...  Research approach -New methods for anticipatory critical thinking have been developed that implement a multi-perspective approach to predictive modeling in support of Naturalistic Decision Making.  ...  We proceed by describing a technosocial predictive analytic framework that aims at supporting NDM through the integration of three main components: knowledge encapsulation, technosocial modeling and analytic  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/ndm2009.13 fatcat:nl2uqanfrjcdbeavv4d6ulyp7a

New thinking: the evolution of human cognition

C. Heyes
2012 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
These models are impressively formal and precise, but they do not fully predict the behaviour of fallible agents in real social interactions.  ...  Challenging this view, Barrett and colleagues show that the social networks of free-living baboons can be modelled as multi-dimensional objects, and that this approach predicts the effects of natural  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2012.0111 pmid:22734052 pmcid:PMC3385676 fatcat:haczuyqrr5fnxgx74lqtilvvly

Zeitschriftenlese

2007 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
predictions of the indexing model."  ...  A model predicting level of preparedness received mixed support.  ... 
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2007-1-116 fatcat:p4jrofzg4rdnndcjwxu226euj4

Lists of Ethical, Legal, Societal and Economic Issues of Big Data Technologies

Bart Custers, Karolina La Fors, Magdalena Jozwiak, Keymolen Esther, Daniel Bachlechner, Michael Friedewald, Stefania Aguzzi
2017 Social Science Research Network  
for the EU in the field of human rights.  ...  a list of values that are useful to shape an ethical perspective on big data technologies for all stakeholders.  ...  of our technosocial world."  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3091018 fatcat:jzxrxnlgkfbj7lopywiyfi2iwy

The Short Anthropological Guide to the Study of Ethical AI [article]

Alexandrine Royer
2020 arXiv   pre-print
It can be challenging for social science practitioners to grasp and keep up with the pace of technological innovation, with many being unfamiliar with the jargon of AI.  ...  This is because machine learning models will always attempt to optimize their predictive accuracy.  ...  These rules and regulations seek to delineate a human rights framework for the development and application of AI.  ... 
arXiv:2010.03362v1 fatcat:dsitil4iezc7zbdre3vqadcoku

IRRODL Volume 12, Number 7

Various Authors
2011 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
predefined but co-created in the process of interaction" and reinforce the potential for co-creation of knowledge, emergent knowledge, within the educational context.  ...  . • For designers, taking account of emergence and connections can challenge the tradiii tional models which have been used to create 'instructional order.'  ...  Acknowledgement We wish to acknowledge David Whelan, principal of Geelong High School, for his support and encouragement for Gail Casey's PhD project.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v12i7.1163 fatcat:ulgjevuugrcc5dy24zqego2kqq

Co-Creation Of Oer By Teachers And Teacher Educators In Colombia (Advance Online Publication)

Maria de Pilar Sáenz, Hernandez. Ulises, Yoli Marcela Hernández
2017 Zenodo  
A call for research participation was issued to teachers who were experienced in using information and communication technologies (ICT) in their teaching.  ...  This allows teachers to identify possibilities of OER in their own educational practices, as well as the conditions required for their adoption, based on collective thinking processes immersed in their  ...  These co-researcher participants were: Alid Armando Mera In addition, the project team would like to thank ieRed for its support in the calls for participation of teachers and the social-oriented events  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.604384 fatcat:qub3ubhwzjgkri36ney2yes3b4

Co-Creation Of Oer By Teachers And Teacher Educators In Colombia (Advance Online Publication)

Maria de Pilar Sáenz, Hernandez. Ulises, Yoli Marcela Hernández
2017 Zenodo  
A call for research participation was issued to teachers who were experienced in using information and communication technologies (ICT) in their teaching.  ...  This allows teachers to identify possibilities of OER in their own educational practices, as well as the conditions required for their adoption, based on collective thinking processes immersed in their  ...  These co-researcher participants were: Alid Armando Mera In addition, the project team would like to thank ieRed for its support in the calls for participation of teachers and the social-oriented events  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.161271 fatcat:pcurbn22yncrnjntw2quri7ddi

Data-driven smart eco-cities and sustainable integrated districts: A best-evidence synthesis approach to an extensive literature review

Simon Elias Bibri
2021 European Journal of Futures Research  
The most prominent among these models are sustainable integrated districts and data-driven smart eco-cities.  ...  AbstractAs materializations of trends toward developing and implementing urban socio-technical and enviro-economic experiments for transition, eco-cities have recently received strong government and institutional  ...  gaps in the area of data-driven smart eco-cities • Conceptual and theoretical models for data-driven smart eco-cities • Analytical frameworks for data-driven smart eco-cities as to three sustainability  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40309-021-00181-4 fatcat:ins6alwccrbhnpk4clicowoop4

A mathematical tool kit for generative justice

Ron Eglash, Audrey Bennett, John Drazan, Michael Lachney, William Babbitt
2017 ETD: Educação Temática Digital  
and it can become the basis for non-proprietary, open source sharing, modeled on the indigenous commons.  ...  And it helps to allow non-proprietary sharing, modeled on the indigenous commons. However that is only one part of the full requirements for generative STEM.  ...  By utilizing complexity theory and self-organization models as a foundation for generative justice we can offer new insights into the possibilities for a more just and sustainable future.  ... 
doi:10.20396/etd.v19i3.8648374 fatcat:ggvs4ienqfbe5aan567bnpfum4

Introducing Global P Introducing Global Perspectives: An Editorial Essay es: An Editorial Essay

2020 Global Perspectives  
Global Perspectives is a new journal for the social sciences: online only, peer reviewed, inter-and transdisciplinary, and taking advantage of the multimedia publishing opportunities presented for academic  ...  Following the crisis, many observers demanded to know why few had predicted it.  ...  In the wake of the crisis, dozens of articles were published, mostly by economists to attempt to excuse themselves for their predictive errors (Rivas and Perez-Quiros 2015, 534-36) .  ... 
doi:10.1525/001c.11777 fatcat:wlgpojonlzditkciudtj6f2m3u

Preliminary Investigation: A background to an ethnographic investigation of Body Worn Cameras (BWCs)

Alexander Hayes
2021 figshare.com  
The chapter was composed over a two (2) year period it contains the main structural framework and historical premise upon which the main thesis was formed, principally an investigation of the historical  ...  This full and unabridged background chapter was originally titled 'Chapter 4.0 - Background' chapter, designed for inclusion following the main '2.0 Literature Review' chapter, '3.0 Research Design' chapter  ...  of mixed reality frameworks for learning and teaching" (Grant et al. 2019).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12033408.v1 fatcat:xjkedko7mzhjrfdlruiy4zjona

Defining and simulating open-ended novelty: requirements, guidelines, and challenges

Wolfgang Banzhaf, Bert Baumgaertner, Guillaume Beslon, René Doursat, James A. Foster, Barry McMullin, Vinicius Veloso de Melo, Thomas Miconi, Lee Spector, Susan Stepney, Roger White
2016 Theory in biosciences  
We then provide a meta-model for including levels of structure in a system's model.  ...  From there, we define an architecture suitable for building simulations of open-ended novelty-generating systems and discuss how previously proposed systems fit into this framework.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the anonymous referees for their insightful comments, which have helped to improve this paper from an earlier version. The  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12064-016-0229-7 pmid:27194550 fatcat:j6fsqwd3tvd3hnkicfrq6a4aiy
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