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Not just about size - A Study on the Role of Distributed Word Representations in the Analysis of Scientific Publications [article]

Andres Garcia, Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we present experimental results about the generation of word embeddings from scholarly publications for the intelligent processing of scientific texts extracted from SciGraph.  ...  On the other hand, obtaining comparable results through general corpora can also be achieved, but only in the presence of very large corpora of well formed text.  ...  We also thank Constantino Roman for his contributions to the experimental evaluation of this work.  ... 
arXiv:1804.01772v1 fatcat:3fuzesbrsfbdnaeslgbodea4n4

(2021) Volume 2, Issue 4 Cultural Implications of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC Authors: Dr. Unsa Jamshed Amar Jahangir Anbrin Khawaja Abstract: This study is an attempt to highlight the cultural implication of CPEC on Pak-China relations, how it will align two nations culturally, and what steps were taken by the governments of two states to bring the people closer. After the establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China, the cultural aspect of relations between the two states al ...

2021 Journal of Development and Social Sciences  
Inter-provincial water sharing issue in Pakistan is a classic example of upstream-downstream rivalry which has been traced back from the pre-partition history of Pakistan.  ...  The burgeoning conflict over the water sharing is now a global phenomenon.  ...  The role of CCI is not yet active in this regard as IRSA is the real forum for inter-provincial water sharing issues in Pakistan. Any issue not resolved by IRSA can be referred to CCI (A.  ... 
doi:10.47205/jdss.2021(2-iv)74 fatcat:o63evbbvmfghhfbrzetuczvedq

Microblogging and nanotweets: Nanotechnology on Twitter

Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri
2012 Public Understanding of Science  
The social web represents a new arena for local, national and global conversations and will play an increasing role in the public understanding of science.  ...  In terms of content, there is a remarkable similarity with previous studies of nanotechnology's representations in other media outlets.  ...  A different approach was taken in one of the studies based on social representations theory (Moscovici, 2000) , in which the aim was to identify representations of a given scientific or technological  ... 
doi:10.1177/0963662512463510 pmid:23825265 fatcat:24gr4uocizc37f5wc4qbh5nb3i

Understanding knowledge and perceptions of genome editing technologies: a textual analysis of major agricultural stakeholder groups

Matthew Robbins, Christopher Calabrese, Jieyu Ding Featherstone, George A. Barnett
2021 JCOM: Journal of Science Communication  
Scientists and policymakers exhibited a high level of technical sophistication while emphasizing the potential societal benefits, while farmers and the general public focused on perceived personal benefits  ...  These results will aid development of message strategies bridging the gap between the scientific community and key publics.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was funded by the University of California's Innovative Genomics Institute.  ... 
doi:10.22323/2.20050207 fatcat:t5ezzrobmjhf3lhm2dy2wgfgci

Studying the emergence of a new social representation: Changes in thinking about nanotechnologies in early 21st-century Italy

Sonia Brondi, Federico Neresini
2018 European Journal of Social Psychology  
We investigated the emergence of a new social representation (SR) of a techno-scientific innovation-nanotechnologies-among the Italian public.  ...  We sought to observe processes of anchoring and objectification 'in action', by analyzing roles of (i) social groups, and (ii) neighboring SRs of science and of technology, over time.  ...  Special thanks go to Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio for his generous support in the final stages of the review process.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejsp.2369 fatcat:s4aohxkxbva7lf2qwdzn25ia5i

Complex-network approach for visualizing and quantifying the evolution of a scientific topic [article]

Olesya Mryglod, Bertrand Berche, Yurij Holovatch, Ralph Kenna
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In this chapter the authors present an analysis of the academic response to the disaster that occurred in 1986 in Chornobyl (Chernobyl), Ukraine, considered as one of the most devastating nuclear power  ...  Using a bibliographic database the distributions of Chornobyl-related papers in different scientific fields are analysed, as are their growth rates and properties of co-authorship networks.  ...  YuH acknowledges kind hospitality of Veslava and Grzegorz Osiński at the Conference on Information visualization in humanities (Toruń, 23-24 March, 2017) where a part of this work was reported.  ... 
arXiv:1707.00482v1 fatcat:aixa4fqscja5bjh3bi4lsabioa

Adaptations and Continuities in the Use and Design of Visual Representations in US Middle School Science Textbooks

Victor R. Lee
2010 International Journal of Science Education  
Drawing from a correlational analysis of a corpus of 34 US middle school physical science textbooks, continuities are established with respect the purposes that most textbook images serve and the numbers  ...  This shifting emphasis toward familiarization is discussed as a specific cause for concern about quality and utility of representations in modern-day US science textbooks.  ...  In a quantitative analysis of textbook images, one inevitably encounters an issue of grain size.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09500690903253916 fatcat:kf7hvlomsrahjkxhwgnmirjbfe

Analysis of Patterns and Trends in COVID-19 Research

Christopher Dornick, Amit Kumar, Scott Seidenberger, Elizabeth Seidle, Partha Mukherjee
2021 Procedia Computer Science  
Results from the analyses show that in the very large corpus datasets, a large group of documents encompasses the overall or dominant general theme.  ...  Results from the analyses show that in the very large corpus datasets, a large group of documents encompasses the overall or dominant general theme.  ...  This dataset serves as a repository of scholarly articles about COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, and other related coronaviruses. The publications' metadata are available in a downloadable csv file.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.05.032 fatcat:qinhnegitfeldbpo7y3365ga2q

A Study on Construction of Brand Image for Cultural Tourism Based on Visual Grammar --- Taking the Brand Image of "Mystery" of Xiangxi as an Example

Ying Liu, G. Lee
2019 ITM Web of Conferences  
The publicity video of Mysterious Xiangxi becomes the important carrier of the "Mystery" brand, playing a vital role in the transmission of brand image.  ...  This paper illustrates and analyzes the constructing features of brand image of "Mystery" from dimensions of representation meaning, interactive meaning and composition meaning respectively based on visual  ...  According to the analysis from the perspective of salience, images are in the foreground with large size and words are in the background with small size.  ... 
doi:10.1051/itmconf/20192503003 fatcat:b6gptkatird4pfarkpuyeeyj24

CORAL: COde RepresentAtion Learning with Weakly-Supervised Transformers for Analyzing Data Analysis [article]

Ge Zhang, Mike A. Merrill, Yang Liu, Jeffrey Heer, Tim Althoff
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Focusing on notebooks with relationships to academic articles, we conduct the largest ever study of scientific code and find that notebook composition correlates with the citation count of corresponding  ...  Large scale analysis of source code, and in particular scientific source code, holds the promise of better understanding the data science process, identifying analytical best practices, and providing insights  ...  We use this dataset to resolve previously unanswerable questions about the role of analysis code in the scientific process.  ... 
arXiv:2008.12828v1 fatcat:64bnnp5hsvgzleyp2r3a2lfag4

Chapter 2. Experimental research [chapter]

Henk Cremers
2017 Crossroads Semantics  
This has hardly influenced the dominant scientific evaluation system which reflects a continued trust in the unbiasedness of data by a strong reliance on simple quantifications of scientific quality and  ...  This state of affairs is remarkable in the light of a long history of strong criticism of commonly used inference methods and scientific evaluation systems, which is now backed by large-scale research  ...  In other words, it is not about the unlikeliness of the data under the assumption of no effect, but it is seen as a measure of the unlikeliness of the null hypothesis (and perhaps taken even one step further  ... 
doi:10.1075/z.210.02cre fatcat:2e3gj3ocgbdczowi67lvg3wxqq

Changing frames of obesity in the UK Press 2008-2017

Paul Baker, Gavin Brookes, Dimitrinka Atanasova, Stuart Flint
2020 Social Science and Medicine  
In this study, we examine the ways in which obesity has been framed by the press over a ten-year period (2008-2017), focussing both on areas of stability and change.  ...  The analysis is based on a ~36 million-word database of all UK newspaper articles mentioning the words 'obese' or 'obesity' published within this time frame and draws upon techniques from corpus linguistics  ...  The authors also wish to thank Andrew Hardie for technical support with cleaning and mounting the data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113403 pmid:33017735 fatcat:34fzg5eq7jg7ro7okrq5tohble

Using big data to track major shifts in human cognition

Simon DeDeo
2022 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Recent work in this vein has included studies of the universal properties of gender representations (2), the rise of causal thinking (3), and a cognitive bias towards positivity in language itself (4).  ...  To establish their claims, Scheffer et al. ( 1 ) use principal component analysis to identify two major polarities of correlated vocabulary words in the Google Books corpus (6).  ...  (2) , they use word embeddings to study collective representations, but they do so in order to contrast the representations that different newspapers produced.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2121300119 pmid:35042823 pmcid:PMC8794768 fatcat:vbtlf34ajve45e3z3xdtunbrla

War, anxiety, optimism and triumph: a study on science in the main Brazilian TV news

Yuri Castelfranchi, Luisa Massarani, Marina Ramalho
2014 JCOM: Journal of Science Communication  
Our results show a narrative that highlights the novelties and the epopee of the scientific advance, mainly in the health field.  ...  The face of the scientist presented by the TV news is mainly masculine, suggesting a stereotyped role of the male and female scientist: meanwhile men go out to literally explore other worlds, women take  ...  Methodology Our study focussed on the TV construction of representations and stories about the functioning and the role of S&T within society, as well as on the role of scientist.  ... 
doi:10.22323/2.13030201 fatcat:cir5cnnjjzas7fsivrtoixerh4

Sociology and Science: The Making of a Social Scientific Method

Anson Au
2017 The American sociologist  
In doing so, I push towards the conceptualization of a social scientific method, inspired by the scientific method from the philosophy of science and borne out of growing constructions of a systematically  ...  hierarchical clustering analyses on the textual representations of journal articles from 1950 to 2010 to open dialogue on the epistemological issues of contemporary sociological research.  ...  , distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12108-017-9348-y fatcat:3zalb4ea3bdwzhnyth5qw5rhva
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