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On the predictability of recurring links in networks of face-to-face proximity

Christoph Scholz, Martin Atzmueller, Gerd Stumme
2014 Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '14 Companion  
This paper focuses on the analysis of group evolution events in networks of face-to-face proximity.  ...  First, we analyze statistical properties of group evolution, e.g., individual activity and typical group sizes. Furthermore, we define a set of specific group evolution events.  ...  We thank So-cioPatterns for providing privileged access to the SocioPatterns sensing platform used for collecting the contact data.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2567948.2579235 dblp:conf/www/ScholzAS14 fatcat:vn5vcde7fja7lfpdemymbub2ge

Formation and Temporal Evolution of Social Groups During Coffee Breaks [chapter]

Martin Atzmueller, Andreas Ernst, Friedrich Krebs, Christoph Scholz, Gerd Stumme
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Group formation and evolution are prominent topics in social contexts. This paper focuses on the analysis of group evolution events in networks of face-to-face proximity.  ...  We first analyze statistical properties of group evolution, e.g., individual activity and typical group sizes. After that, we define a set of specific group evolution events.  ...  We thank SocioPatterns for providing privileged access to the SocioPatterns sensing platform used for collecting the contact data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-29009-6_5 fatcat:dlsj562mpzh5vbrj2ho6xmlzay

Stellenbosch coffee society: Societal and locational preferences

Sanette Ferreira, Lukas Beuster
2019 Urbani Izziv  
A brief review of the literature on the evolution of coffee shop and café cultures, the functioning as third places and the siting of coffee shops in inner cities (or specific neighbourhoods) is presented  ...  This paper reports on an investigation of the geography of coffee shops (third places) in downtown Stellenbosch and describes the social and physical factors which influence customer preferences for certain  ...  Acknowledgements Special acknowledgements are extended to referees on earlier versions of this paper. The usual disclaimers apply.  ... 
doi:10.5379/urbani-izziv-en-2019-30-supplement-005 fatcat:ktu3tbukave5nanreswakspeda

People, Context, and Devices

Isha Dandavate, Joost Negenman, Jennifer Milam, Jeanne Allen, Christiane Moser, Thomas Kargl, Manfred Tscheligi, Jeroen Vanattenhoven, Lilia Perez Romero, Fabian Schiller
2015 Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Interactive Experiences for TV and Online Video - TVX '15  
This one-day workshop at TVX 2015 will address design challenges and opportunities (e.g., of video streams, social TV apps, second screens) in order to consolidate existing knowledge to describe the changing  ...  ., tablet, smartphone, large public displays) remove many of the constraints that define the scope of what television is or can be, but we often define it based upon our prior TV experiences with broadcast  ...  Afterwards, organizers present summarized highlights and common themes of the submitted papers in order to facilitate formation of groups for the world café. 10:30 -11:00 COFFEE BREAK AND DEMOS During  ... 
doi:10.1145/2745197.2757289 dblp:conf/tvx/DandavateMAMKTV15 fatcat:7225vndxungyrm5wl3b3q2macy

Page 3405 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 83, Issue 9 [page]

1996 Psychological Abstracts  
In a simulated night shift study for 7 days, 16 Ss (aged 19- 41 yrs), in groups of 2-3 played games, while the controls were relatively sedentary except for 5 min breaks every hr during the night shifts  ...  Each S was studied twice, |-wk apart, during which Ss had breakfast with decaffeinated coffee (BDC) or decaffeinated coffee only.  ... 

Territorial Coalitions and Rural Dynamics in Ecuador. Why History Matters

Pablo Ospina Peralta, Patric Hollenstein
2015 World Development  
process has created favorable territorial social structures.  ...  This paper analyzes the extent to which transformative territorial coalitions can deliberately change the exclusive structures that afflict rural territories in Latin America.  ...  We seek to analyze the extent to which these coalitions create a break with social structures inherited from the past or, on the contrary, reproduce the social conditions that led to them.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2014.10.026 fatcat:voc65e7nbfec3gliq25r2g7nyi

Long-Term Experiences with an Iterative Design of a QR-Code-Based Payment System for Beverages [chapter]

Max-Emanuel Maurer, Alexander De Luca, Alina Hang, Doris Hausen, Fabian Hennecke, Sebastian Loehmann, Henri Palleis, Hendrik Richter, Simon Stusak, Aurélien Tabard, Sarah Tausch, Emanuel von Zezschwitz (+3 others)
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present the system, its iterative design evolution, the users' views on it and insights gained by daily usage.  ...  We report on the design and long-term use of a digital tracking system for the consumption and payment tracing of beverages, called "Barkeeper".  ...  this; Anita Szász for inspiring us to create the Barkeeper; Rainer Fink for keeping the server in a good shape; Denso Wave for inventing the QR codes and finally the former members of our lab that participated  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40498-6_49 fatcat:rgjsvnpqunhipa2m3hwsd5etke

Message from the Executive Director: SMPTE2020: Another Turn in Our Evolution

Barbara H. Lange
2020 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
We will host several entertaining events such as social hours, coffee breaks, and even a round of SMPTE trivia.  ...  One of the great benefits of going remote is that we can serve the global SMPTE community. During the three-day conference, our exhibition hall will essentially be open 24 hours a day.  ... 
doi:10.5594/jmi.2020.3005844 fatcat:34otd64ee5gplaobr2usp2xwde

Advanced Infrared Technology and Applications

Ovidio Salvetti, Laura Abbozzo Ronchi, Carlo Corsi, Antoni Rogalski, Marija Strojnik
2013 Advances in Optical Technologies  
Dulski (MUT-IO, Poland) Thermographic method for evaluation of thermal influence of Nd:YAG laser on external surfaces of a tooth root 15.50 Coffee Break Remote Sensing, Chairman: I. Pippi 11.20 A.  ...  Swiderski (MIAT, Poland) Temperature estimation of mortar bore by thermography method 16.30 Coffee Break Industrial Applications, Chairman: F. Lepoutre 16.50 G. Benelli, E. Paganini, M.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/459074 fatcat:r5e66zsabbhyvkde3odqjxx2hi

Does comsumption of staining drinks compromise the result of tooth whitening?

JSP Nogueira, PC Lins-Filho, MF Dias, MF Silva, RP Guimaraes
2019 Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry  
The whitening result was reversed after one week for all groups, especially for groups that came in contact with red wine either 24 hours or 72 hours after session and coffee after 24 hours.  ...  Contact with dyes during in-office bleaching treatment did not influence the final staining averages after three bleaching sessions although there was influence on speed of the whitening effect between  ...  During social interaction, the speaker's mouth and eyes are the main points the listener directs his attention to.  ... 
doi:10.4317/jced.56316 pmid:31700575 pmcid:PMC6825736 fatcat:ubptep4tbvg77gqhdbhiuodmma

Academic Writing Groups in Higher Education: History and State of Play

Catherine E. Déri, Émilie Tremblay-Wragg, Sara Mathieu-C.
2021 International Journal of Higher Education  
Accordingly, this article will present an overview of studies related to academic writing groups, which have been identified as one of the strategies to benefit graduate studies.  ...  Thereafter, we explain the various characteristics of academic writing groups in order to delineate this phenomenon through the description of its inherent elements and propose an all-encompassing definition  ...  Between 2006 and 2010: Students and Technologies During this timeframe, certain students continued to rely on the support of structured groups to assist them in completing the final stages of their study  ... 
doi:10.5430/ijhe.v11n1p85 fatcat:7zma3uwnhrgazemgt3q4bgdw5e

MGpi: A Computational Model of Multiagent Group Perception and Interaction [article]

Navyata Sanghvi, Ryo Yonetani, Kris Kitani
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Further, we demonstrate the efficacy of the KPM gate as a social attention mechanism, achieving state-of-the-art performance on the task of group identification without using explicit group annotations  ...  A central component of MGpi is the Kinesic-Proxemic-Message (KPM) gate, that performs social signal gating to extract important information from a group conversation.  ...  On the Coffee Break dataset, our approach outperforms other methods in terms of Precision. and Table 3 : Evaluation on group detection: Precision, Recall and F1 scores under the |G | criterion.  ... 
arXiv:1903.01537v2 fatcat:suwhdh7gajgdbdevbycujexwaa

TRACKING THE HISTORY OF RESTAURANTS THROUGH THE ART OF PAINTING

Defne Akdeniz
2019 Gastroia Journal of Gastronomy And Travel Research  
Humble dining places in history such as inns, taverns, coffee houses are examined in detail with their representations in art. Then the study draws on the evolution of Parisian restaurants.  ...  The aim of this paper is to track the evolution of restaurants through history and art.  ...  This was the early indication of women giving a break to one of their domestic duties, the cooking task.  ... 
doi:10.32958/gastoria.512544 fatcat:34cr44kr5bfczojw66hnl2ikfe

Web 2.0: Beyond the Concept Practical Ways to Implement RSS, Podcasts, and Wikis

Karen Huffman
2017 Education Libraries  
The article is an adaptation from a presentation given during the Special Libraries Association's Annual Conference, June 2006 (Huffman & Ferry, 2006).  ...  This article focuses on how the National Geographic Society's Libraries & Information Services has implemented RSS, podcasts and wikis with suggested practical application for academic libraries.  ...  Staff can choose weekly training and learning opportunities from a variety of formats: hour-long classes, 20-minute coffee and cookie breaks, one-onone sessions, and online training tutorials and e-learning  ... 
doi:10.26443/el.v29i1.220 fatcat:2azmgy5ninddrlqrggkhokczsq

Radical, Reformist and Aborted Liberalism: Origins of National Regimes in Central America

JAMES MAHONEY
2001 Journal of Latin American Studies  
It is argued that these types of liberalism set the Central American countries on contrasting paths of political development, culminating in diverse regime outcomes.  ...  During the twentieth century, the countries of Central America were characterised by remarkably different political regimes : military-authoritarianism in Guatemala and El Salvador, progressive democracy  ...  Williams, States and Social Evolution : Coffee and the Rise of National Governments in Central America (Chapel Hill, ).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022216x0100606x fatcat:lpz6d6rwsraq7f5wcz4bnl4jm4
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