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Why CSCW needs science policy (and vice versa)

Steven J. Jackson, Stephanie B. Steinhardt, Ayse Buyuktur
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '13  
At the same time, science policy has much to learn from CSCW -about design, infrastructure, and the organizational complexities of distributed collaborative practice.  ...  We argue that CSCW has much to learn from debates in science policy, including questions around the changing nature of science and science-society relations that are partly but obliquely referenced in  ...  post-war social contract, but a more complex, intimate, and dynamic one in which society enters into the making and shaping of science, and vice versa, from day one.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2441776.2441902 dblp:conf/cscw/JacksonSB13 fatcat:fz3ostnjbbeujkcsyd3p4bbd6q

Theories of causation should inform linguistic theory and vice versa [chapter]

Bridget Copley, Phillip Wolff
2014 Causation in Grammatical Structures  
Since the linguistic theories make testable claims about cognition, they give rise to potential connections between syntactic structure and cognition.  ...  In the concluding section, we express our hope that further investigations along these lines may pave the way for a theory of 1 Thanks to Kevin Kretsch and Jason Shepard for helpful discussion.  ...  Linguistic phenomena to which causation is relevant Recall that our main purpose in this chapter was to demonstrate that theories of causation are relevant to linguistic theory and vice versa.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199672073.003.0002 fatcat:crbd4qko6ndrvegj6dkgdyhp3e

spects of European Legal Harmonisation: When European Politicised Law Meets Freedom of Establishment and Vice Versa

Jean Mohamed
2021 Heidelberg Journal of International Law  
An inter-systemic theory of law would have to be applied, which complements traditional thinking within a legal system with thinking between legal systems.  ...  The exercise should also make it clear when European law, European policy, and the individual areas of law are at cross purposes at the national level or, vice versa, when there is a consensus among some  ... 
doi:10.17104/0044-2348-2021-2-411 fatcat:7xawpzfc7jhq7bwsbnuqwknxme

dialogue Agnès Varda: From Photography to Cinema and Vice Versa (dis)agreements FROM CAMERA TO CAMERA Still Photography and the Moving Image

L Atalante
unpublished
As an ex-photographer and filmmaker, fascinated with the effects of the word on the image and vice versa, I thought of suggesting every photo as a place to dream; it seemed to me that a bit of silence  ...  From Photography to Cinema and Vice Versa Montage of texts and interviews created by Christa Blümlinger (Université Vincennes-Saint-Denis) and reviewed by the filmmaker Agnès Varda in 2009* become portraits  ...  Original papers may be sent in Spanish and/or English. 5. Italics must be applied only on foreign words, for emphasis on words and quotations of works and films. 6.  ... 
fatcat:6vx5xlq6hvf5zcxavykn3zoqvi

On goals and means [chapter]

2013 Themes in Speculative Psychology  
Acknowledgements Thanks are due to the publishers concerned for permission to quote from the following works:  ...  Even worse, in good con science he could not consciously transfer that which he learned as a practitioner to science and vice versa; but neither could he do other wise.  ...  Although the discipline at the outset did make some notable contributions, especially in human engineering and in testing, it soon seemed to fall into a rut and the contributions have become fewer and  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315014074-12 fatcat:wvucnzauvnfurcfrkorudk4i4q

Single-Photon Interference Seen

D. E. Thomsen
1985 Science News  
However, it has always been a commonplace that an experiment (or a technological application) designed to see one side of the duality saw that side but not the other and vice versa.  ...  A second set of objections applies to the release of any genetically engineered organisms.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3970062 fatcat:4odjlxeasrfdfc6glmf47vvcsu

Constructing a space for developing a rich understanding of science through play

Margery D. Osborne, David J. Brady
2001 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
It often seems that people are learning e ectively when they are'playing', and vice versa.  ...  To do this, we would construct case studies of multifaceted problems in which students could apply electrical engineering and information technologies.  ...  The utility of such real-time three-dimensional dataacquisition and -processing will be tested by relaying the three-dimensional data to the CAVE virtual reality environment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220270120863 fatcat:rhxsrqxx55ebvnaheflrgk5l6u

Constructing a space for developing a rich understanding of science through play

Margery D. Osborne, David J. Brady
2001 Journal of Curriculum Studies  
It often seems that people are learning e ectively when they are'playing', and vice versa.  ...  To do this, we would construct case studies of multifaceted problems in which students could apply electrical engineering and information technologies.  ...  The utility of such real-time three-dimensional dataacquisition and -processing will be tested by relaying the three-dimensional data to the CAVE virtual reality environment.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220270110043350 fatcat:eyzh3ny67fcexgyz25lizlecye

The best of two worlds: merging virtual and real for face to face collaboration

D. Tan, I. Poupyrev, M. Billinghurst, H. Kato, H. Regenbrecht, N. Tetsutani
2001 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, 2001. ICME 2001.  
We believe that Mixed Reality is a medium, largely unexplored, but very well suited for face-to-face collaboration.  ...  Mixed Reality (MR) is built around the integration of real world physical and computer generated virtual information.  ...  To invoke the operation the user docks the appropriate widget and card to each other: for example docking a copy card with any instrument card would copy the instrument to the copy card or vice versa depending  ... 
doi:10.1109/icme.2001.1237858 dblp:conf/icmcs/TanPBKRT01 fatcat:g3ivmps6krdfba5ps4s6hmofwm

Implementation of an Optimized Steganography Technique over TCP/IP and Tests Against Well-Known Security Equipment

M. Tarhda, R. E. Gouri, L. Hlou
2018 Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research  
Our work is like an alarm to every IT administrator to change their thinking about data lost prevention (DLP) and exfiltration of sensitive information.  ...  In the current work, we propose to implement an optimized steganography technique over TCP/IP protocol [1]. We have also tested it against well-known security equipment using latest versions.  ...  Note here that there are programs like MATLAB that are able in a few lines of code to convert an image into text and vice versa (Figures 12 and 13) .  ... 
doi:10.48084/etasr.2334 fatcat:r4umpvh6vfhjtnu3onoxjqybda

The magic words: Using computers to uncover mental associations for use in magic trick design

Howard Williams, Peter W. McOwan, Susana Martinez-Conde
2017 PLoS ONE  
These authors contributed equally to this work. * h.williams@eecs.qmul.ac.uk Abstract The use of computational systems to aid in the design of magic tricks has been previously explored.  ...  A new trick is developed and evaluated: a physical card trick partially designed by a computational system configured to search for and explore conceptual spaces readily understood by spectators.  ...  The same type of thinking can be applied by a spectator 85 witnessing a magic trick, and may lead them to an understanding of the underlying 86 87 89 that given a choice between deploying the  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0181877 pmid:28792941 pmcid:PMC5549901 fatcat:i45ozyxqjve2feyqphqi37tgfi

Augmented human mind

Damien Brun, Charles Gouin-Vallerand, Sébastien George
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing and Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers on - UbiComp '17  
Then we propose a radical method to debiasing that could be used in different scenarios thanks to augmented reality.  ...  First by sensing his context and detect a kind of cognitive bias for many domains through wearable devices and natural language processing.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank all the publications support and staff, who wrote and provided helpful comments on previous versions of this document.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3123024.3129273 dblp:conf/huc/BrunGG17 fatcat:wtb676hr25ghvio7hsox3npqdi

The spectral material culture in ordinary life: Re-imagining obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

Jane Parish
2021 Sociological Review  
'magical thinking OCD'.  ...  In doing so, I want to remove magic from the normative shadow of concepts such as the mysterious and the ghostly and instead employ the ordinary everyday as a sociological analytic for understanding the  ...  This also applies to the unseen practices of the home.  ... 
doi:10.1177/00380261211049034 fatcat:7722o2i3hzhlpfwlqsdi2awvzm

NanoTechnoScience for Philosophers of Science

Alfred Nordmann
2019 Philosophia Scientiæ  
They are not using models to extend the domain of application of a closed theory or general law. They are not engaged in fitting the theory to reality and vice versa .  ...  At the height of contemporary scientific and technological development, we therefore encounter a mode of thought which is characteristic of prescientific magical thinking.  ... 
doi:10.4000/philosophiascientiae.1773 fatcat:nk6bhlffvfbyhmsuxx53s4c5hm

Safe Systems: Construction, Destruction, and Deconstruction [chapter]

J. M. Armstrong, S. E. Paynter
2003 Current Issues in Safety-Critical Systems  
For example, if we take one of the terms of an opposition and try to define it, we find that we can only do so by mentioning the other term, and vice versa.  ...  The project aims to make safety engineers re-think and improve some of their habitual definitions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0653-1_4 fatcat:rzjzasbiwfdhbpkhqlxbiewgfy
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