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Generalized mutual interdependence analysis

Heiko Claussen, Justinian Rosca, Robert Damper
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing  
Recently, mutual interdependence analysis (MIA) has been successfully used to extract more involved representations, or "mutual features", accounting for samples in the class.  ...  We present the MIA optimization criterion from the perspectives of regression, canonical correlation analysis and Bayesian estimation.  ...  An approach that has been designed for this purpose is mutual interdependence analysis (MIA) ( [4] , [5] ). We introduce MIA in section 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icassp.2009.4960334 dblp:conf/icassp/ClaussenRD09 fatcat:oyvanqk4ynegdojenihkercw3u

Mutual Interdependence Analysis (MIA) [chapter]

Heiko Claussen, Justinian Rosca, Robert Damper
Independent Component Analysis and Signal Separation  
In this paper, a method of Mutual Interdependence Analysis (MIA) is proposed that can extract an equally correlated function with a set of inputs.  ...  Functional Data Analysis (FDA) is used for datasets that are more meaningfully represented in the functional form.  ...  We call this problem Mutual Interdependence Analysis (MIA).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74494-8_56 dblp:conf/ica/ClaussenRD07 fatcat:3p66pl37pvcwbbysox5odiqowy

Planning for a neighborhood and city-scale green network system in Qatar: the case of MIA Park

Raffaello Furlan, Brian R. Sinclair
2021 Environment, Development and Sustainability  
It approached the investigative challenge using a multi-pronged comprehensive methodology, that deployed focus groups, semi-structured interviews and a comprehensive network analysis based on graph theory  ...  As a result, in the past five years various parks and/or green areas, such MIA Park, a major public green space located around the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), were planned and developed within metropolitan  ...  Source: The Authors Fig. 7 7 MIA Park Territorial (network) analysis based on graph theory.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10668-021-01280-9 fatcat:vwlshr6c2zd4dbasw2h426aawm

Explainability as a User Requirement for Artificial Intelligence Systems

Mladan Jovanovic, Mia Schmitz, Mark Campbell
2022 Computer  
The related issues are algorithmic fairness and bias, which require careful composition and analysis of the training data.  ...  It is critical to understand the nature and interdependencies among data items so that exposing some through explanat ion does not v iolate a ny level of privacy.  ...  MIA SCHMITZ is with EVOTEK, San Diego, California, 92121, USA. Contact her at mschmitz@evotek.com.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2021.3127753 fatcat:zjp2tufinvauzjpez4gvbm2ype

Impact of organizational structure on human resource policies and practices

Mohammad Bashir Mia Khadem
2020 Zenodo  
So, both concepts (OS and HR Practices) are mutually interdependent, interconnected and influence one another.  ...  DISCUSSION Given the altruistic analysis, it is clear that organizational structure has a great influence in designing HR policies and practices (Table 2) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4298773 fatcat:232hibcxf5fgncyog6egrb3q6a

Deconstructing complexity: Configurations of institutional complexity and structural hybridity

Mia Raynard
2016 Strategic Organization  
Author Bio Mia Raynard is an assistant professor in the Institute of Change Management & Management Development at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.  ...  Similar dynamics are demonstrated in Dunn and Jones' (2010) analysis of the field of medical education, where the logics of 'science' and 'care' co-exist in uneasy tension largely because of disagreements  ... 
doi:10.1177/1476127016634639 fatcat:t6t5wuwqmraxxazbz4rwb4xvji

The Legitimacy of Festivals and Their Stakeholders: Concepts and Propositions

Mia Larson, Donald Getz, Pantazis Pastras
2015 Event Management  
Becoming embedded in a network of institutions, with many interdependent stakeholders, necessitates time and effort.  ...  P12: Longer term relationships foster mutual respect and thereby increase reciprocal legitimacy.  ... 
doi:10.3727/152599515x14297053839539 fatcat:2ygs3v7lxbh4ba5ar3rkusxpvm

Application of the mutual information criterion for feature selection in computer-aided diagnosis

Georgia D. Tourassi, Erik D. Frederick, Mia K. Markey, Carey E. Floyd
2001 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
The MI selected features were compared to those features selected using stepwise linear discriminant analysis and genetic algorithms for the same PE database.  ...  The approach is based on the mutual information ͑MI͒ concept. MI measures the general dependence of random variables without making any assumptions about the nature of their underlying relationships.  ...  It is a measure of general interdependence between random variables. 12 Specifically, given two random variables ͑r.v.͒  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.1418724 pmid:11797941 fatcat:dixh25u5anhn3h3i74jrx75wma

Tourism and Water Inequity in Bali: A Social-Ecological Systems Analysis

Stroma Cole, Mia Browne
2015 Human Ecology (New York, N.Y.)  
The active re-analysis of research outcomes was essential in its reinterpretation.  ...  Ingold's (1992) theoretical stance is useful given its focus on the "mutual constitution of persons and environment "(40) and that with the co-formation of humanenvironment relations, perceptions are  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10745-015-9739-z fatcat:wofht672ancv7cwjzxssojnodi

Contexts and Interconnections: A Conjunctural Approach to Territorial Cohesion

Maja De Neergaard, Mia Arp Fallov, Rikke Skovgaard Nielsen, Anja Jørgensen
2020 Social Inclusion  
In this article, we argue that, faced with an analysis of highly diverse cases, a conjunctural analytical approach can help to capture and unpack some of the places' complexities and regional interconnections  ...  The Horsens Alliance is formalised with economic interdependent relations to the local municipality.  ...  A conjunctural analysis, in contrast, allows for analysis of more diverse cases, allowing the analysis to involve more variables or seeming differences, e.g., the 'throwntogetherness,' and comparing them  ... 
doi:10.17645/si.v8i4.3368 fatcat:q56jyubvj5gtzkcbmz3gsjcbni

Constructing care: for love or money

Vinca Bigo, Mia Gray
2009 Revue de philosophie économique  
The effects of capitalism appear especially relevant to our analysis.  ...  It stresses our relationality, our interdependence, and the role of care, with as central feature empathy, as guiding our moral actions.  ... 
doi:10.3917/rpec.101.0103 fatcat:adj3wyvq3nc7fmpgulalfvev2m

Manufacturing strategy, broad scope MAS information and information and communication technology

Lokman Mia, Lanita Winata
2008 The British Accounting Review  
Results The hypotheses were tested using path analysis which is technically multiple linear regression analysis (Pedhazur, 1982, p. 582) .  ...  Also, tasks in JIT environments are highly interdependent (Selto et al., 1995) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bar.2008.02.003 fatcat:ekbix22g3vee7lkzck74yohqby

Mutual features for robust identification and verification

Heiko Claussen, Justinian Rosca, Robert Damper
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing  
We propose the method of Mutual Interdependence Analysis (MIA) to extract "mutual features" from a high dimensional training set.  ...  Also, "mutual speaker signatures" for text independent speaker verification achieve state-of-theart equal error rates of 6.8% on the NTIMIT database.  ...  CONCLUSION We propose Mutual Interdependence Analysis (MIA) for robust extraction of "mutual features".  ... 
doi:10.1109/icassp.2008.4517993 dblp:conf/icassp/ClaussenRD08 fatcat:ieae4ombmrcdddekm66ryrq43e

A Shared Viewpoint but Diverse Focus: A Case Study About Teamwork Within Geriatric Home Rehabilitation

Mia Fernando, Therese Hellman, Staffan Josephsson
2014 Health and Interprofessional Practice  
RESULTS The analysis showed that the teamwork was based on shared basic values in combination with the participants' diverse focuses and work tasks.  ...  This is in line with the view that a client-centered approach builds on an interdependent collaboration between the professionals and the client rather than on an independent goal setting (Kjellberg,  ...  Each step of the analysis was peer examined by the third author and thoroughly discussed.  ... 
doi:10.7772/2159-1253.1043 fatcat:n4oguxjninba5luykkf4ucgcuy

Is Nordic elder care facing a (new) collaborative turn?

Mia Vabø, Minna Zechner, Anneli Stranz, Lea Graff, Sigurveig H. Sigurðardóttir
2022 Social Policy & Administration  
of how Nordic policy makers address the interdependencies between different parts of increasingly fragmented and complex eldercare systems.  ...  The analysis shows that several policy issues are framed by the logic of NPG in all countries.  ... 
doi:10.1111/spol.12805 fatcat:34hungms6bft7irup25c75lv6e
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