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Friedrich Weltzien und Martin Scholz (Hg.): Die Sprachen des Materials: Narrative, Theorien, Strategien

Sarah Lucia Hennings, Medienwissenschaft
2019 Medienwissenschaft. Rezensionen, reviews  
Friedrich Weltzien und Martin Scholz (Hg.): Die Sprachen des Materials: Narrative, Theorien, Strategien Berlin: Reimer 2016, 264 S., ISBN 9783496015604, EUR 49,-Jeden Tag setzen wir uns (teilweise unbewusst  ...  Die Frage nach den Bedeutungszusammenhängen eines jeweiligen Gegenstandes zu dessen Materialität gilt als ein zentraler Aspekt in dem von Friedrich Weltzien und Martin Scholz herausgegebenen Sammelband  ... 
doi:10.17192/ep2019.1.8224 fatcat:o7kajh2mebelta33dd62jqhl5q

Bild und Moderne

Martin Scholz, Mediarep.Org
2021 Image  
Martin Scholz (Dr. phil.) lehrt als Vertretungsprofessor an der FH Münster und nimmt Lehraufträge für Medientheorie und Designgeschichte an den Fachhochschulen in Hildesheim und Dortmund wahr. »Bild« als  ...  HELMERDIG/SCHOLZ 2006) . Bilder zeigen Mode(n) und sind Mode(n) unterworfen: Das Benjamin schließt von der Medientechnik auf die politisch-soziale Gegenwart der 1930er Jahre.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/16735 fatcat:cdxyoqwajbgc7bokdlw2ppxmbq

Heft 18

(:Unkn) Unknown, Mediarep.Org, Martin Scholz
2021 Image  
Martin Scholz (Dr. phil.) The essay conceives imagery as a process of de-objectification -and pictures as objectification.  ...  [Inhaltsverzeichnis] Martin Scholz Bild und Moderne Abstract The topic of this IMAGE volume Image and modern age focusses on the pragmatic side of image science.  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/16731 fatcat:olnjfgv4crhqlm54fxna6wn34e

Von Katastrophen und ihren Bildern

Martin Scholz, Mediarep.Org
2021 Image  
Bilder, insbesondere Fotografien zeigen, technisch und kulturell bedingt, immer nur vergangene Situationen und im Fall der digitalen Medien annähernd gegenwärtige Anlässe (Helmerdig/sCHolz 2006).  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/16590 fatcat:hkbk2xjn4ffafgcz6ordyzjsd4

Versprechen. Bilder, die Zukunft zeigen

Martin Scholz, Mediarep.Org
2021 Image  
Candida Höfer, Axel Hütte, Kris Scholz).  ...  Im Fall von Handlungsanleitungen, bspw. dem Binden einer Krawatte (s. a. gomBriCH 1989; sowie den Kommentar von sCHolz 2000: 36 ff), erheben diese Bilder sogar explizit den An- spruch auf Zukunftsvorhersage  ... 
doi:10.25969/mediarep/16598 fatcat:lfyah4ghabbrbmp3xu4kegwgsi

Preface

Cathrien A. Bruggeman, Albert Ramon, Martin Scholz
1999 Intervirology  
Bruggeman, Maastricht Albert Ramon, Maastricht Martin Scholz, Frankfurt/Main Intervirology1999;42:277-278 Preface  ...  Scholz, Dr. T. Mertens, Dr. F. Kern. Fourth row: Dr. G. Jan, Dr. C. Vink, Dr. J. Waldman and Dr. J.-U. Vogel. Cathrien A.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000053960 pmid:10798905 fatcat:y7wmdmdu7zei7cnxdlb6jgrz4e

Digitale Sammlungserschließung mit WissKI und CIDOC CRM

Martin Scholz, Sarah Wagner
2018 Zenodo  
Martin Scholz ist einer der Hauptentwickler der Virtuellen Forschungsumgebung WissKI. Er Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.  ...  Martin Scholz Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Referat H2 -Zentralkustodie Hugenottenplatz 1a, 91054 Erlangen martin.scholz@fau.de Sarah Wagner ist Kunsthistorikerin und arbeitet seit  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4622560 fatcat:665rpan6onggtg6b5wgqqvtzjm

Distributed Subgroup Mining [chapter]

Michael Wurst, Martin Scholz
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Subgroup discovery is a popular form of supervised rule learning, applicable to descriptive and predictive tasks. In this work we study two natural extensions of classical subgroup discovery to distributed settings. In the first variant the goal is to efficiently identify global subgroups, i.e. the rules an analysis would yield after collecting all the data at a single central database. In contrast, the second considered variant takes the locality of data explicitly into account. The aim is to
more » ... ind patterns that point out major differences between individual databases with respect to a specific property of interest (target attribute). We point out substantial differences between these novel learning problems and other kinds of distributed data mining tasks. These differences motivate new search and communication strategies, aiming at a minimization of computation time and communication costs. We present and empirically evaluate new algorithms for both considered variants.
doi:10.1007/11871637_40 fatcat:qdjjcavpizh4tjm4xwxkjmssoe

Boosting in PN Spaces [chapter]

Martin Scholz
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper analyzes boosting in unscaled versions of ROC spaces, also referred to as PN spaces. A minor revision to AdaBoost's reweighting strategy is analyzed, which allows to reformulate it in terms of stratification, and to visualize the boosting process in nested PN spaces as known from divide-and-conquer rule learning. The analyzed confidence-rated algorithm is proven to take more advantage of its base models in each iteration, although also searching a space of linear discrete base
more » ... ier combinations. The algorithm reduces the training error quicker without lacking any of the advantages of original Ada-Boost. The PN space interpretation allows to derive a lower-bound for the area under the ROC curve metric (AUC) of resulting ensembles based on the AUC after reweighting. The theoretical findings of this paper are complemented by an empirical evaluation on benchmark datasets.
doi:10.1007/11871842_37 fatcat:n5lpiphapzeuhmhtut3umjyvwq

Martin-Löf random quantum states [article]

André Nies, Volkher Scholz
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We extend the key notion of Martin-L\"of randomness for infinite bit sequences to the quantum setting, where the sequences become states of an infinite dimensional system.  ...  Definition 3.5 (Quantum Martin-Löf randomness). A quantum Martin-Löf test (qML-test Proof. This follows the usual construction due to Martin-Löf; see e.g.  ...  Martin-Löf (ML) randomness, introduced in [15] , is a central algorithmic randomness notion.  ... 
arXiv:1709.08422v6 fatcat:qjk5wi7pobdbhprxzi37jets4m

Die Alliteration in der altprovenzalischen Lyrik

MARTIN SCHOLZ.
1913 Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie  
MARTIN SCHOLZ. Natürlich kann mezura auch eine m·Allit, eingehen, z. B. mtzura e mercts (P. Vid. 27, 30).  ... 
doi:10.1515/zrph.1913.37.4.385 fatcat:r6gzztycv5gylidwnijir3aw7i

Die Alliteration in der altprovenzalischen Lyrik

MARTIN SCHOLZ.
1917 Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie  
doi:10.1515/zrph.1917.38.2.193 fatcat:cr7lqow6ynhudbtso5b4243aae

Die Alliteration in der altprovenzalischen Lyrik

Martin Scholz.
1917 Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie  
β Τ3 b1 « X» "1 < MARTIN SCHOLZ, •o « W δ « . ^ <* « > i T« 4& · «-» M t rt U j Έ » S jss M ^- t?  ... 
doi:10.1515/zrph.1917.38.1.76 fatcat:5hkjjdktjvf5nmmv3cjbkv3ube

Knowledge-Based Sampling for Subgroup Discovery [chapter]

Martin Scholz
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Subgroup discovery aims at finding interesting subsets of a classified example set that deviates from the overall distribution. The search is guided by a so-called utility function, trading the size of subsets (coverage) against their statistical unusualness. By choosing the utility function accordingly, subgroup discovery is well suited to find interesting rules with much smaller coverage and bias than possible with standard classifier induction algorithms. Smaller subsets can be considered
more » ... al patterns, but this work uses yet another definition: According to this definition global patterns consist of all patterns reflecting the prior knowledge available to a learner, including all previously found patterns. All further unexpected regularities in the data are referred to as local patterns. To address local pattern mining in this scenario, an extension of subgroup discovery by the knowledge-based sampling approach to iterative model refinement is presented. It is a general, cheap way of incorporating prior probabilistic knowledge in arbitrary form into Data Mining algorithms addressing supervised learning tasks.
doi:10.1007/11504245_11 fatcat:wycvcudzung6fof5fxpwvamzqi

Die Alliteration in der altprovenzalischen Lyrik

MARTIN SCHOLZ
1917 Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie  
doi:10.1515/zrph.1917.38.3.311 fatcat:vcbyg4c4wndx7md3mvhvsj6p5e
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