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Looking Through Glass: Knowledge Discovery from Materials Science Literature using Natural Language Processing [article]

Vineeth Venugopal, Sourav Sahoo, Mohd Zaki, Manish Agarwal, Nitya Nand Gosvami, N. M. Anoop Krishnan
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Here, we present a framework employing natural language processing, which automates text and image comprehension and precision knowledge extraction from inorganic glasses' literature.  ...  Most of the knowledge in materials science literature is in the form of unstructured data such as text and images.  ...  Looking Through Glass: Knowledge Discovery from Materials Science Literature using Natural Language Processing Vineeth Venugopal1,*, Sourav Sahoo2, Mohd Zaki1, Manish Agarwal3  ... 
arXiv:2101.01508v1 fatcat:dti4hsq76zggbl76lo3c3b75lm

"Through the Looking Glass" Management Education Gone Awry

D. Christopher Kayes, Anna B. Kayes
2003 Journal of Management Education  
The developmental change process is illustrated through the experiences of Lewis Carroll's character Alice in the books Through the Looking Glass and Alice and Her Adventures in Wonderland.  ...  Furthering the distinction between personal and social knowledge, the article suggests that development, and by extension learning, is not a direct reflection of individual self but rather a process of  ...  Then select "Source" from the pulldown menu. The HTML underlying its representation on the screen is revealed.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562903257941 fatcat:pz4jupnrfza3xc4pnalc2k434m

Copyright and Digital Art: Through the Looking Glass

Smita Kheria
2012 Social Science Research Network  
It draws upon findings from a qualitative empirical study consisting of first-hand accounts from digital artists on their perspective and practice on matters such as creation, dissemination and exploitation  ...  It emphasises that understandings of 'copyright in action' in new creative activities in the digital environment, particularly through the creators' perspective, can offer valuable insights for policy  ...  It aims to go 'through the looking glass' in a digital artist's creative practice to explore the wonderland of copyright in action.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2121338 fatcat:tzon5ofpvfddxfarh5cwb4wqhu

The White Knight's "Inventions"

Vaibhav Iype Parel
2020 Libri et Liberi  
The figure of the White Knight in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass has often been read as part of a tradition of "nonsense literature".  ...  The White Knight's "inventions" are deeply resonant with these debates and prompt us to ask: what is the role of the artist in an industrial society?  ...  Our disappointment unmasks our easy reliance on language to lead us through the process of signification that we come to expect from it.  ... 
doi:10.21066/carcl.libri.2020.1.2 fatcat:wzfjupkwbjb7fjuxcrwigc657e

Latin America through the Literary Looking-Glass, And What Bolaño Found There

Arnoldas Stramskas
2014 International Journal of Area Studies  
The second part focuses on Roberto Bolaño - the writer who put Latin American literature on the world map which has not been seen since the boom years - and his novel The Savage Detectives.  ...  The aim of this article is to demonstrate that literature not only shares common elements and possible intentions with social and political critique, but that it can also be an effective form of social  ...  Thus they are able to articulate, or the articulation is possible to extract, something that is otherwise unavailable through rigidity of rational language.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ijas-2014-0004 fatcat:xxjwomihivatvlp3c4gur3xwyq

The Glass Room: Architecture as a Poetic Emotion

Tereza Topolovská
2013 Prague Journal of English Studies  
and spiritual dimension of architecture mediated with a surprising ease by means of Mawer's fictitious rendition of Czech 20 th century history seen through and reflected on the walls of the Glass Room  ...  is paper explores the ways in which Simon Mawer's depiction of architecture and of the character of architect in e Glass Room (2009) establishes connection with the pioneers of Modernist architecture and  ...  and quite aside from nature…" (Mawer, e Glass Room 43) .  ... 
doi:10.2478/pjes-2014-0010 fatcat:ht26if7ytva6hfp75gxpcafrxi

Reconstructing Lewis Carroll's Looking Glass

Jonathan Hansen
2001 Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies  
For example, it is remarkable that there has been, to my knowledge, no sufficient critical attention paid to the closing poem o f Through the Looking Glass: A boat, beneath a sunny summer sky Lingering  ...  There are many popular assumptions regarding Dodgson's presence in the text, one of the most common being that the White Knight in Through the Looking Glass is a stand-in for Dodgson himself.  ...  Notes 11 will continue to use both Dodgson's given name and his assumed literary name, Lewis Carroll, alternately, as appropriate to whichever persona I may be referring. 2 Much of this discussion comes  ... 
doi:10.17077/2168-569x.1346 fatcat:o2pggvjxofc4hfcdh2y6gck44m

Is the glass half full or half empty?

BJJ Abdullah, KH Ng
2007 Biomedical Imaging and Intervention Journal  
Another possible way of looking at this is the advent of popular science or medicine written for the lay public in ways that they understand and appreciate, for example with the use of catchy headlines  ...  One should not withdraw from it but rather force oneself to look at it as objectively as possible.  ...  But until then, we should not be arguing if the glass is half full OR half empty but rather agree that it is BOTH half empty and half full and ask ourselves what we can do with what's in the glass openly  ... 
doi:10.2349/biij.3.2.e48 pmid:21614281 pmcid:PMC3097665 fatcat:wkhlewon2fc6pemsxm2sdrsdwm

Artificial intelligence for structural glass engineering applications — overview, case studies and future potentials

M. A. Kraus, M. Drass
2020 Glass Structures & Engineering  
The discussion of specific problems ranges from supervised ML in case of the material parameter identification of polymeric interlayers used in laminated glass or the prediction of cut-edge strength based  ...  Future research directories however will need to concentrate on how to introduce further glass-specific theoretical and human expert knowledge in the AI training process on the one hand and on the other  ...  In this context, datadriven materials discovery approaches use statistical models as well as ML algorithms, which are trained, tested, and validated using materials databases.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40940-020-00132-8 fatcat:b7hjmki4rbgunekuznfc44jkvu

A Crack in the Looking-Glass Self: Hearing and Socialization

Grace Keyes
2021 The Qualitative Report  
A significant problem of classic theories of socialization, such as Cooley's looking-glass self, is that such theories fail to consider biological factors such as hearing in the process of socialization  ...  Findings from secondary data provide ample evidence that hearing loss can have serious effects on social interaction and socialization and findings from the individual case itself, while somewhat inconclusive  ...  Jane's socialization continues, but now, with the knowledge of her hearing loss, perhaps a crack in the look-glass is perceived.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2021.4086 fatcat:ivt6f3dl35cnrktqnppg52m3jm

Deconstructing Glass and Building up Shards at the Early Royal Society

Ruth Ezra
2022 Renaissance Quarterly  
In 1662, the physician Christopher Merret presented his fellow members of the Royal Society with an English translation of Antonio Neri's "L'arte vetraria" (The art of glass, 1612).  ...  They also reified the society's interest in the development of domestic industry by offering a direct means by which fellows could appreciate the raw materials of contemporary glassmaking alongside evidence  ...  For a review of recent literature on how knowledge acquisition was mediated through objects, textual technologies, and collective practice, see Dietz and Dupré, esp. 114. 12 No references to Merret's  ... 
doi:10.1017/rqx.2021.331 fatcat:shzln3ysdncerfkmfzsajv36l4

Through a Glass Darkly - Russell on Names

Michael Liston
2007 European Journal of Analytic Philosophy  
with his view that acquaintance comes in degrees led him to attempt to secure a semantically privileged status for ordinary names: only special kinds of descriptions can go proxy for ordinary names "used  ...  Our thoughts and language see the world through a glass darkly; names don't wear their bearers on their sleeves. symbols that behave syntactically or semantically or logically like names may turn out not  ...  to be best considered as names -as the phenomenon of empty and ambiguous names shows. 43 Our intuitions about these matters are similarly likely to result from seeing through a glass darkly and to point  ... 
doaj:610ff0fc3a5d4068b00fe2706647c08a fatcat:khd3fdontfcsxgj7owoz6hgcea

Empire: Through the Looking Glass and into the Well

Drs Hanré, Janse Van Rensburg, Open Rubric
2015 Pharos Journal of Theology   unpublished
Working from the principle that the study of any topic is also the study of one's self and one's own context-for when looking into a well one also sees one's own reflection-this short article will aim  ...  Yes, people are becoming more and more aware that the use of language is as important as the use of science for the lives of millions of people on this planet (Robbins, 1997:24 ) -people's use of words  ...  For once, something A poem by Robert Frost (1979:225) helps us sort through these thoughts, for in his description of a well and the process of looking into it, we find the two current alternatives for  ... 

Through the Looking Glass: Another Reading of Willa Cather's The Professor's House

Rebecca Bonacchi
s House, using St. Peter and an entity termed the implied narrator as lenses through which we view other characters.  ...  I could not have completed this work without their knowledge, and support. vi  ...  Peter is a clear, rather than opaque or distorted glass through which we can see the female figures around him. Unlike his assessment of her physical characteristics, St.  ... 
doi:10.57709/3097592 fatcat:fqfel35xgzerlievxxfly6uug4

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Neurosurgery: Status, Prospects, and Challenges

T Forcht Dagi, Fred G Barker, Jacob Glass
2021 Neurosurgery  
A total of 55 (85.9%) devices using ML and AI gained approval through a 510(k) pathway, 8 (12.5%) via the de novo pathway, and 1 (1.6%) through a premarket approval process (PMA) pathway. 86 Some companies  ...  It has the same practical meaning as "knowledge extraction," a term used to refer to the automated or semiautomated extraction of useful information from structured and unstructured sources. 51 Knowledge  ...  Dr Glass received consulting fees from GLG in the past year  ... 
doi:10.1093/neuros/nyab170 pmid:34015816 fatcat:pviguom63nfjlepk2ydsrtewde
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