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Modelling Dynamic Interactions Between Relevance Dimensions

Sagar Uprety, Shahram Dehdashti, Lauren Fell, Peter Bruza, Dawei Song
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGIR International Conference on Theory of Information Retrieval - ICTIR '19  
Theoretical models of relevance allude to interdependence between these dimensions, where their interaction and fusion leads to the final inference of relevance.  ...  We study the interaction between the relevance dimensions using the mathematical framework of Quantum Theory.  ...  Our work informs this approach by exploring the dynamic interaction between the relevance dimensions themselves.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3341981.3344233 dblp:conf/ictir/UpretyDFB019 fatcat:3cgq4fybqbb3pewex4y52qyd4u

Influence of dynamic content on visual attention during video advertisements

Brooke Wooley, Steven Bellman, Nicole Hartnett, Amy Rask, Duane Varan
2022 European Journal of Marketing  
However, the data further supported the three-way interaction uniquely predicted by dynamic attention theory: between imminence (central vs peripheral), relevance (motivational or task relevant vs not)  ...  AOIs were coded for the presence of static salience variables (size, brightness, colour and clutter) and dynamic attention theory dimensions (imminence, motivational relevance, task relevance and stability  ...  EJM 56,13 Interactions between dynamic attention theory dimensions.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ejm-10-2020-0764 fatcat:w5fhvyaobjc33aam6et5sohyx4

An Entangled Model for Sustainability Indicators

Pável Vázquez, Jesús A. del Río, Karla G. Cedano, Manuel Martínez, Henrik J. Jensen, Juergen P. Kropp
2015 PLoS ONE  
In developing this model, we applied evolutionary dynamics in a space where sustainability indicators are fundamental entities interconnected by an interaction matrix. we used a fixed interaction that  ...  We were able to identify and define relevant sets indicators for the system by using the Pareto principle.  ...  This means we are using two levels of interaction, the first one is between dimensions (seen as the context) and the other one is between individual indicators in which dynamics occur.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135250 pmid:26295948 pmcid:PMC4546502 fatcat:7phnqb46prfezoxn3axkzqcvca

Technological developments and factor substitution in a complex and dynamic system

Loet Leydesdorff, Peter Van den Besselaar
1998 Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems  
preclude that the underlying dynamics interact.  ...  In an evolutionarily complex system, such interactions are expected: they lead to non-linear terms in the model, and therefore to stabilization and self-organization in addition to selection and variation  ...  between the other two sub-dynamics (trajectories and environments) on this third dimension.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1061-7361(00)80004-1 fatcat:45hvjtsiavczbaachoy373n6ru

Modeling Social–Ecological Scenarios in Marine Systems

2013 BioScience  
The aim is to develop policy-relevant scenarios based on an in-depth empirical understanding from both the natural and the social sciences, thereby contributing to adaptive stewardship of marine social-ecological  ...  We highlight the use of model-based scenarios as a scientific tool for adaptive stewardship in the face of such consequences.  ...  An increased empirical understanding of the human dimension and social-ecological couplings will create conditions for wellgrounded models and scenarios, including two-way interactions between ecosystems  ... 
doi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.9.9 fatcat:pnl2ny2aljh4noxio3de765k7u

Towards Improved Partner Selection Using Recommendations and Trust [chapter]

Sarah N. Lim Choi Keung, Nathan Griffiths
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a trust and reputation model, which allows agents to select interaction partners efficiently by adapting quickly to a dynamic environment.  ...  Agents in open and dynamic environments face the challenge of uncertainty while interacting with others to achieve their goals.  ...  In our model, confidence refers to the number of interactions an evaluator has had with a target agent, and is calculated for each dimension, since not all dimensions are relevant in different interactions  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92803-4_3 fatcat:miuyaryrzvfv3ibgpzlk7gnyb4

Methodological Considerations For Investigating the Microdynamics of Social Interaction Development

K. de Barbaro, C. M. Johnson, D. Forster, G. O. Deak
2013 IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development  
Infants are biologically prepared to learn complex behaviors by interacting in dynamic, responsive social environments.  ...  This paper outlines a systems approach for characterizing fine-grained temporal dynamics of developing social interaction.  ...  As the number of codes decline, the variability of prevalence across codes is increasingly relevant for modeling the relations between kappa and accuracy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tamd.2013.2276611 fatcat:kj3dokq6n5ct5lgkcwc7yw66ja

Metastable structures and size effects in small group dynamics

Rosapia Lauro Grotto, Andrea Guazzini, Franco Bagnoli
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
We will described data from an analytic DS model simulating small group interactions of agents endowed with a very simplified emotional and cognitive dynamic in order to assess the following main points  ...  This physical limit was later made operative by assuming that the natural dimension of a therapeutic group is around 12 people.  ...  of the human systems that is able to capture the interactions between microscopical processes (e.g., psychological and cognitive models and theories), and the macroscopical and observable relevant dimensions  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00699 pmid:25071665 pmcid:PMC4091409 fatcat:fll5anxa55f4vbpxnpqvhl3wgm

Family systems, offspring and eating disorders: Can perfectionism close the gaps?

Tiago Santos, Cristiana Marques, Ana Telma Pereira, Sandra Soares, António Ferreira Macedo
2018 International Journal of Clinical Neurosciences and Mental Health  
Research on the etiology and risk factors of Eating Disorders (ED) combines several dimensions in complex interactions.  ...  Furthermore, it may be the link between intrapersonal factors in the onset and development of ED, and interpersonal factors, particularly parenting styles and family dynamics.  ...  Moreover, perfectionism shares with ED the relevance attributed to family dynamics, in its genesis, development and maintenance [18, 25, 26] .  ... 
doi:10.21035/ijcnmh.2018.5.6 fatcat:zvzhtu6nxfeqhkkvdjkf5553se

The dynamics of exchanges and references among scientific texts, and the autopoiesis of discursive knowledge

Diana Lucio-Arias, Loet Leydesdorff
2009 Journal of Informetrics  
However, the forward dynamics of diffusion in the development of the communication networks along trajectories differs from the feedback mechanisms of control.  ...  Analysis of the development of scientific communication in terms of evolving scientific literatures provides us with a model which makes these evolutionary processes amenable to measurement.  ...  Figure 4 . 4 Three interacting dimensions of the scientific enterprise. (Source: Leydesdorff, 1995, at p. 3.) Figure 4 provides a static representation of this triple-helix model.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2009.03.003 fatcat:vxdzelagmzcajahu24xg7eskiy

From highly relevant to not relevant: examining different regions of relevance 1This paper is a revised version of the conference paper: Spink, A. and Greisdorf, H. (1997) Partial relevance judgments during interactive information retrieval: An exploratory study. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, November 1–6, Washington, DC, pp. 323–334. 1

Amanda Spink, Howard Greisdorf, Judy Bateman
1998 Information Processing & Management  
Users' relevance judgments can also be plotted on a three-dimensional spatial model of relevance level, region and time.  ...  to the search interaction, and (4) criteria for making relevance judgments.  ...  Level of relevance The first dimension of this spatial model is developed from Saracevic (1996b) , who suggested that "as a cognitive notion relevance involves an interactive, dynamic establishment of  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(98)00025-9 fatcat:vuczeedexfhcnon2cf5onq24ca


Vladimir Figar, Faculty of Philosophy Niš
dimensions on 6-point Likert scales.  ...  One-way repeated measures ANOVA showed significant effects for all four dimensions (p<.0005), while subsequent pairwise comparisons revealed significant differences between all items (p<.05), the only  ...  of cluster dynamics, insofar as our analysis has revealed a high degree of interaction between the three metaphor groups along these dimensions.  ... 
doi:10.46630/phm.11.2019.15 fatcat:v7aak6rgffce7imrppxi7uzaiq

A Zero Attentive Relevance Matching Networkfor Review Modeling in Recommendation System [article]

Hansi Zeng, Zhichao Xu, Qingyao Ai
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Our model implements a relevance matching model with regularized training losses to discover user relevant information from long item reviews, and it also adapts a zero attention strategy to dynamically  ...  , and the interaction-based models that encode user and item dynamically according to the similarity or relationships of their reviews.  ...  The siamese models lack the dynamic target-dependent modeling and neglect the interaction between the user and target.  ... 
arXiv:2101.06387v2 fatcat:ikfbctdtubct5pojp2wu7yydhu

Pervasive Technology-Enhanced Learning System Integrating Working and Learning Situations

Cuong Pham-Nguyen, Serge Garlatti
2008 2008 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies: From Theory to Applications  
The scenario model is based on a hierarchical task model having the task/method paradigm -methods define how to achieve a task.  ...  This model enables us to choose how to achieve activities according to the current situation.  ...  simple procedure or function, which is either automatic (executed entirely by the system) or interactive (human computer interaction: interaction between the user and application or between two users  ... 
doi:10.1109/ictta.2008.4529979 fatcat:4zpxf2pnnvaqxd3bbnuzcbkmee

How does cultural intelligence influence the relationships between potential and realised absorptive capacity and innovativeness? Evidence from Poland

Ismail Gölgeci, Justyna Swiatowiec-Szczepanska, Konrad Raczkowski
2016 Technology Analysis & Strategic Management  
Cultural intelligence underpins the interaction between firms and their cultural environments as the domain of external sources that are explored and utilized for innovation through absorptive capacity  ...  This research seeks to answer the question of if and how cultural intelligence moderates the links between innovativeness and potential and realized absorptive capacity.  ...  However, the interaction terms between RACAP and others dimensions of CQ are not statistically significant.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537325.2016.1245858 fatcat:qlzfxu5h6baivippfocxpooata
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