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Bounded non-deterministic planning for multimedia adaptation

Fernando López, Dietmar Jannach, José M. Martínez, Christian Timmerer, Narciso García, Hermann Hellwagner
2010 Applied intelligence (Boston)  
This paper proposes a novel combination of artificial intelligence planning and other techniques for improving decision-making in the context of multi-step multimedia content adaptation.  ...  adaptation capabilities and the planning decision time.  ...  There is a large amount of research on multimedia adaptation. Special consideration has to be given to multimedia adaptation within the MPEG-21 framework [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10489-010-0242-3 fatcat:4wca7l7ignb7xjogrp3xeco6na

QoS Adaptation in Multimedia Multicast Conference Applications for E-Learning Services

Sérgio Deusdado, Paulo Carvalho
2006 International Journal of Distance Education Technologies  
The services provided, including QoS adapted interactive multimedia multicast conferences (MMC), are fully integrated and transparent to end-users.  ...  The system is user-centered (e-student), aiming at good pedagogical practices and proactive usability for multimedia and network resources.  ...  Within this thematic, it means implementing an adaptive learners' participation in e-learning sessions by starting MMC applications transparently, with their functionality optimized for the current operating  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdet.2006100105 fatcat:awna437e55cxfoxy4gsdrw4q7e

Caught in the web of quality

Jill W. Fresen, Lesley G. Boyd
2005 International Journal of Educational Development  
Terminology The term e-learning generally embraces a variety of electronic delivery media, for example web-based, multimedia on CD-Rom, interactive television, virtual classrooms and video conferencing  ...  (American Society for Training and Development, n.d.).  ...  Fresen (2004) used critical colleagues within the case study to refine, validate and corroborate the framework, but it too, has yet to be empirically tested.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijedudev.2004.12.002 fatcat:k23tdocmgben5fnciw6wi25koy

mHealth for transgender and gender-expansive youth: harnessing gender-affirmative cross-disciplinary innovations to advance HIV prevention and care interventions

Simone J. Skeen, Demetria Cain, Kristi E. Gamarel, Lisa Hightow-Weidman, Cathy J. Reback
2021 mHealth  
To be eligible, platforms and interventions needed to be tailored exclusively to a TGE user base, incorporate gender-affirming features, and be optimized for or adaptive to mobile technologies.  ...  A range of innovative mobile technologies are guided by the Gender-Affirmative Framework to promote the health of TGE communities, including through HIV prevention and care continuum outcomes.  ...  are made and the original work is properly cited (including links to both the formal publication through the relevant DOI and the license).  ... 
doi:10.21037/mhealth-20-60 pmid:33898606 pmcid:PMC8063017 fatcat:ipyuuhukzjeshfz5yxbcu53hxa

Online cognition: factors facilitating reliable online neuropsychological test results

Heleen E. M. Feenstra, Ivar E. Vermeulen, Jaap M. J. Murre, Sanne B. Schagen
2016 The Clinical Neuropsychologist  
Results: Based on factors that distinguish the online unmonitored test setting from the traditional face-to-face setting, we provide a set of basic requirements and suggestions for optimal development  ...  Investment in both proper development of online neuropsychological test platforms and the performance of accompanying psychometric studies is currently required.  ...  In general, optimal feedback is meaningful, concise, non-alarming, clearly visible and/or audible, and adaptive to the participant's performance level (Hodges, 2004; the International test Commission,  ... 
doi:10.1080/13854046.2016.1190405 pmid:27266677 fatcat:jj2h5cpz5na3zhcodm227nrnhq

A Collaborative Tool for Communities of Practice to Share Best Practices [chapter]

Justus N. Nyagwencha, Sheryl Seals, Tony Cook
2011 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The computational framework manages self-purporting and emerging groups and provides a mechanism that limits fictitious accounts within an online community.  ...  It is designed to cope with issues of adaptability, scalability, effectiveness, and efficiency in managing groups within a community of practice and is used for moderating users, navigation, locating and  ...  Most of the surveyed collaborative tools lack a means for addition of content and multimedia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22095-1_105 fatcat:4isydz7aibbs5ankex3sk7pjzm

Myths around Web Services

Gustavo Alonso
2002 IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin  
Letters, conference information, and news should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief. Papers for each issue are solicited by and should be sent to the Associate Editor responsible for the issue.  ...  Its scope includes the design, implementation, modelling, theory and application of database systems and their technology.  ...  Acknowledgments Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Peer Hasselmeyer, Rama Penumarthi and Christof Bornhövd for their collaboration with this project.  ... 
dblp:journals/debu/Alonso02 fatcat:4avpyogqqndbvgdz6kdu54xhjm

Good Teaching Starts Here: Applied Learning at the Graduate Teaching Assistant Institute

Michele A. Parker, Diana Ashe, Jess Boersma, Robert Hicks, Victoria Bennett
2015 Canadian Journal of Higher Education  
in programs throughout the United States and Canada.  ...  This paper discusses the literature on effective training programs, which underscores the importance of consistent feedback from mentors, intrinsic motivation, and practical applications.  ...  Other research interests include accessibility issues in higher education, victimology and conceptions of police role, and select topics in multimedia content analysis.  ... 
doi:10.47678/cjhe.v45i3.187546 fatcat:ct4xdxcycvcl3hicre4qlnh2ue

The challenges of E-Learning in South Africa [article]

Moeketsi Letseka
2022 Zenodo  
The chapter unpacks the challenges of e-learning in South Africa  ...  ) initiative and the Integrated Tutor Model (ITM).  ...  Also this research was funded by the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports FLEXOR (TIN2014-52129-R) and TIN2014-60490-P projects and the eMadrid-CM project (S2013/ICE-2715).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6334485 fatcat:bbrdkfsnzzfwrkhmrj6x73gd4m

Implementing the Self-Management Threshold Learning Outcome for Law: Some Intentional Design Strategies from the Current Curriculum Toolbox

Anna Huggins, Sally Kift, Rachel Field
2011 Legal education review  
Sheldon and Krieger's study found a positive correlation between law students' perceptions of the levels of autonomy support within their law school environment, and their psychological need satisfaction  ...  of learning within the subject.  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.6248 fatcat:gsqzszujuvewvb2ytalg2n6rku

Transversal and transferable skills training for engineering PhD/doctoral candidates

Jose Coelho Rodrigues, Ana Freitas, Paulo Garcia, Catarina Maia, Marie Pierre-Favre
2018 2018 3rd International Conference of the Portuguese Society for Engineering Education (CISPEE)  
been collaborating within the project as well as in the survey responses.  ...  and of the FCT (Foundation for Science and Technology).  ...  A graphical approach, in which a graphical description is plotted together with the constraint plane; the optimal point lies at the intersection between the cost surface and the constraint plane at the  ... 
doi:10.1109/cispee.2018.8593472 fatcat:3b4wecyuave3jliwuhuwypwxsq

Engineering design using game-enhanced CAD: The potential to augment the user experience with game elements

Zoe Kosmadoudi, Theodore Lim, James Ritchie, Sandy Louchart, Ying Liu, Raymond Sung
2013 Computer-Aided Design  
Where methods are behaviours, actions and functions available to the agent (player, or AI of system) within the constraints of a game environment.  ...  Msc in Distributed & Multimedia Information Systems and Bsc in Cultural technologies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cad.2012.08.001 fatcat:rubrg4shrfaubaxlzcx5ps4yzq

Intelligent Flow Control under a Game Theoretic Framework [chapter]

Huimin Chen, Yanda Li
2001 Telecommunications Optimization: Heuristic and Adaptive Techniques  
Eyres; he and I jointly started the work at Glamorgan on the automation of software testing.  ...  The authors would like to thank BT staff, Don Asumu, Stephen Brewis and John Mellis, for their technical input and support.  ...  The reliability estimation of the Monte Carlo method is unbiased, and is always within 1% of the exact network reliability. 24 Telecommunications Optimization: Heuristic and Adaptive Techniques A  ... 
doi:10.1002/047084163x.ch17 fatcat:k63jsso4ingcjnkzrp2sljylb4


Tobechukwu ONYEKWENA, Chukwuemeka Ozioma Stanislaus ONWUKWE
2021 Zenodo  
The principal source of fire in buildings/building sites is their content. Obviously, the combustibility of the content of buildings varies considerably.  ...  The paper concludes that the purpose of fire protection is to ensure the protection of life, materials, goods and activities within a building or on a building internally and in relation to adjacent buildings  ...  content in broadcasting and not using multimedia contents.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6384380 fatcat:f7edcd535rhkpischquilhadhu

Tool use in open learning environments: In search of learner-related determinants

Geraldine Clarebout, Jan Elen
2008 Learning Environments Research  
teachers link theory to practice: An interactive multimedia environment for mathematics and science teacher preparation. Journal of Teacher Education, 47, 197-204. Ertmer, P. A. (1999).  ...  Addressing first-and second-order barriers to change: Strategies for technology integration.  ...  Acknowledgements: The author gratefully acknowledges the tremendous contributions of Dr. Barbara Grabowski of Penn State to the development of this paper, and the guidance, help, and support from Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10984-008-9039-2 fatcat:k3dm3yweora5zeuwdvq2kj2f3a
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