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Measuring scientific buzz [article]

Kishore Vasan, Jevin West
2018 arXiv   pre-print
This work shows promise of using author keywords to better understand dynamics of buzz within science.  ...  In this paper, we present our preliminary analysis where we measure the burstiness of keywords within the field of AI. We examine 150k keywords in approximately 100k journal and conference papers.  ...  We plan to use novel techniques to cluster similar keywords together in future work. 3 Code can be found at  ... 
arXiv:1812.03249v1 fatcat:m6ojwmhdangljft54nmkjjypp4

Measuring scientific buzz

Kishore Vasan, Jevin West
2019 iConference 2019 Proceedings   unpublished
This work shows promise of using author keywords to better understand dynamics of buzz within science.  ...  In this paper, we present our preliminary analysis where we measure the burstiness of keywords within the field of AI. We examine 150k keywords in approximately 100k journal and conference papers.  ...  We plan to use novel techniques to cluster similar keywords together in future work. 3 Code can be found at  ... 
doi:10.21900/iconf.2019.103360 fatcat:t5t5blnlajabpp2c7grb4pf2qy

Sonar sound groups and increased terminal buzz duration reflect task complexity in hunting bats

Katrine Hulgard, John M. Ratcliffe
2016 Scientific Reports  
Here we show that bats produce longer terminal buzzes and more sonar sound groups during their approach to prey under presumably more difficult conditions.  ...  Buzz duration and sonar sound groups have been suggested to be independent means by which bats attend to would-be targets and other objects of interest.  ...  Pulse interval (pulse onset to onset of next pulse) was measured from oscillograms.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep21500 pmid:26857019 pmcid:PMC4746672 fatcat:7pxmcbdus5ecdc5uraulqs27lu

Sperm whale predator-prey interactions involve chasing and buzzing, but no acoustic stunning

A. Fais, M. Johnson, M. Wilson, N. Aguilar Soto, P. T. Madsen
2016 Scientific Reports  
We then Scientific RepoRts | 6:28562 | DOI: 10.1038/srep28562 evaluated the effect on the p-p amplitude measurements of this simulated signal by reducing the bandwidth again to 48 kHz, showing that the  ...  Scientific RepoRts | 6:28562 | DOI: 10.1038/srep28562 Conclusion Here we have addressed several foraging hypotheses for sperm whales using high resolution on-animal measurements to uncover the movement  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep28562 pmid:27340122 pmcid:PMC4919788 fatcat:onl4ggjsoncgnlyqr4efvz6xgm

Pre-release consumer buzz

Mark B. Houston, Ann-Kristin Kupfer, Thorsten Hennig-Thurau, Martin Spann
2018 Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science  
Buzz" during the period leading up to commercial release is commonly cited as a critical success factor for new products. But what exactly is buzz?  ...  Based on an extensive literature review and findings from a theories-in-use study (consumer depth interviews and focus groups), the authors argue that pre-release consumer buzz (PRCB) is not just a catchword  ...  Conceptualizing and defining pre-release consumer buzz Insights from the extant literature on buzz We conducted an extensive search for scientific articles that use the word "buzz" in the context of new  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11747-017-0572-3 fatcat:h5hpiipl2vg7xb2l6kil3roz2q

Superfast Muscles Set Maximum Call Rate in Echolocating Bats

C. P. H. Elemans, A. F. Mead, L. Jakobsen, J. M. Ratcliffe
2011 Science  
We found that previously unknown and highly specialized superfast muscles power rapid call rates in the terminal buzz.  ...  This high call rate phase, dubbed the terminal buzz, has proven enigmatic because it is unknown how bats are able to produce calls so quickly.  ...  ) and force transducer (model 400A, Aurora Scientific) using 10/0 silk suture.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1207309 pmid:21960635 fatcat:oi54h2qqdrgebkarv4jlvkncnq

Legitimation, performativity and the tyranny of a 'hijacked' word

Andrew Clapham, Rob Vickers, Jo Eldridge
2016 Journal of Education Policy  
or no discipline issues -all of which could be measured.  ...  Measurements of outstanding based on scientific knowledge become part of the regulatory mechanisms which Lyotard (1979, 15) maintains underpins the constant 'selfadjustments the system undertakes in  ... 
doi:10.1080/02680939.2016.1181789 fatcat:wyjd2nxsencblchypuzfop7t4e

Insight on how fishing bats discern prey and adjust their mechanic and sensorial features during the attack sequence

Ostaizka Aizpurua, Antton Alberdi, Joxerra Aihartza, Inazio Garin
2015 Scientific Reports  
− 11.80 ± 11.94 Dip duration (ms)* 25.52 ± 10.33 42.59 ± 15.65 Scientific RepoRts | 5:12392 | DOi: 10.1038/srep12392  ...  For each recording we measured the total duration and pulse number of the terminal phase, buzz I and II duration and number of pulses, and the percentage of each buzz out of the total echolocation pulses  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep12392 pmid:26196094 pmcid:PMC4508917 fatcat:retjhp3jcrbxzptcxamkvua2s4

Click communication in wild harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena)

P. M. Sørensen, D. M. Wisniewska, F. H. Jensen, M. Johnson, J. Teilmann, P. T. Madsen
2018 Scientific Reports  
Published: xx xx xxxx OPEN 2 ScIentIfIc REPORTS | (2018) 8:9702 |  ...  We show that wild porpoises produce frequent (up to 27 • min −1 ), high-repetition rate click series with repetition rates and output levels different from those of foraging buzzes.  ...  To evaluate the initial classification between high-repetition rate buzzes and the similar high-repetition rate possible calls during auditing, five trained ScIentIfIc REPORTS | (2018) 8:9702 | DOI:10.1038  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-018-28022-8 pmid:29946073 pmcid:PMC6018799 fatcat:m5wmdreagfbrdnm77aps53ooca

Page 89 of Astronautics Vol. 6, Issue 3 [page]

1961 Astronautics  
to oper- a ate on buzz during flight.  ...  In these and in hundreds of other scientific and industrial applications, Visicorders are bringing about new advances in product design, computing, control, rocketry, nucleonics and production.  ... 

Variation in harbour porpoise activity in response to seismic survey noise

E. Pirotta, K. L. Brookes, I. M. Graham, P. M. Thompson
2014 Biology Letters  
We showed that the probability of recording a buzz declined by 15% in the ensonified area and was positively related to distance from the source vessel.  ...  Here, we used an array of passive acoustic loggers coupled with calibrated noise measurements to test whether the seismic survey influenced the activity patterns of porpoises remaining in the area.  ...  The project benefitted at all stages from a scientific steering group and broad stakeholder group with statutory and NGO representation.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsbl.2013.1090 pmid:24850891 pmcid:PMC4046366 fatcat:6qo5ucrkjbeadar24qfuuq2y7y

Page 350 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 114, Issue 4 [page]

1988 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Taylor, when his theories of ‘‘Scientific Management”’ first drew attention to the fact that there were ‘Sr. Lect., Univ. of Cape Town, Private Bag, Rondebosch, 7700, Republic of South Africa. Note.  ...  INTRODUCTION The title of this paper deliberately includes some currently fashionable buzz-words, and it may be asked why this has been done.  ... 

Wing Morphometry and Acoustic Signals in Sterile and Wild Males: Implications for Mating Success inCeratitis capitata

João Maria Gomes Alencar de Souza, Paulo Augusto de Lima-Filho, Wagner Franco Molina, Lúcia Maria de Almeida, Milson Bezerra de Gouveia, Francisco Pepino de Macêdo, Raul Alberto Laumann, Beatriz Aguiar Jordão Paranhos
2015 The Scientific World Journal  
Among males that emit buzz signals, wild males obtained copulation more frequently than males in Groups 2 and 3. The individuals of Group 3 achieved more matings than those in Group 2.  ...  The Scientific World Journal 3 Mating tests were conducted in four field cages measuring 2 × 2 × 2 m, located in the shade under tree canopies.  ...  A higher proportion of wild males that emit buzz signals achieved copulation ( Figure 5 ) relative to Groups 2 The Scientific World Journal Figure 3 : Histograms of the first canonical variate axis  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/526969 pmid:26075293 pmcid:PMC4446484 fatcat:vg5onf6rqjd2fio473cch47qkm

Inhalation exposure to smoke from synthetic "marijuana" produces potent cannabimimetic effects in mice

Jason M. Wiebelhaus, Justin L. Poklis, Alphonse Poklis, Robert E. Vann, Aron H. Lichtman, Laura E. Wise
2012 Drug and Alcohol Dependence  
Effects produced by Buzz were similar in magnitude and time-course to those produced by marijuana, though equipotent doses of Buzz and marijuana yielded considerably lower brain levels of JWH-018 than  ...  METHODS-Using a nose-only exposure system, mice were exposed to smoke produced from combustion of an herbal incense product, Buzz, which contained 5.4% JWH-018.  ...  The synthesis of many of these compounds appears in the scientific literature.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2012.05.034 pmid:22776442 pmcid:PMC3501554 fatcat:pyecqtencbh7jnmmxewxkjjwha

Efficiency of using electric toothbrush as an alternative to a tuning fork for artificial buzz pollination is independent of instrument buzzing frequency

Mandeep Tayal, Jesus Chavana, Rupesh R. Kariyat
2020 BMC Ecology  
Breeding programs and research activities where artificial buzz-pollinations are required to have primarily relied upon using tuning forks, and bumble bees.  ...  the efficiency of pollen collection using electric toothbrushes and compared it with tuning forks at three vibration frequencies-low, medium, and high and two extraction times at 3 s and 16 s- from two buzz-pollinated  ...  Weight measurements were carried out using an advanced digital balance (Accuris Series Dx, Model: W3101A-220, Benchmark Scientific, NJ USA). A schematic of the experiment is detailed in Fig. 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12898-020-00278-7 pmid:32039719 pmcid:PMC7008546 fatcat:rtlxoetjirg7hefp24d5jiwl5a
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