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Applying web usage mining for the analysis of behavior in web-based learning environments [chapter]

K. Becker, M. Vanzin, C. Marquardt, D. Ruiz
2006 Data Mining in E-Learning  
O3R provides functionality to support the retrieval and interpretation of navigation patterns, based on the use of a domain ontology.  ...  Web usage mining (WUM) addresses the application of data mining techniques over web data in order to identify navigation patterns.  ...  O3R [12] provides functionality to support the retrieval and interpretation of navigation patterns, based on the use of a domain ontology.  ... 
doi:10.2495/1-84564-152-3/07 fatcat:7ql4yrkakrcinhbz6fvoqulice

Ontology-Based Filtering Mechanisms for Web Usage Patterns Retrieval [chapter]

Mariângela Vanzin, Karin Becker, Duncan Dubugras Alcoba Ruiz
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Web Usage Mining (WUM) aims to extract navigation usage patterns from Web server logs.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the filtering mechanisms of O3R, an environment supporting the retrieval and interpretation of sequential navigation patterns.  ...  Ontology-based Rules Retrieval and Rummaging (O3R) is an environment targeted at supporting the retrieval and interpretation of sequential navigation patterns during the pattern analysis phase [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/11545163_27 fatcat:c546n57h75cq7esmaqpa6j32na

A Survey on Ontology based Web Usage Mining

Vandana M. Patil, J. B. Patil
2016 International Journal of Database Theory and Application  
It is also called as Ontology based Web Usage Mining, as Ontologies act as backbone for conceptual description of semantic knowledge in Semantic Web.  ...  The Web Usage Mining techniques are solely based on knowledge acquired through the analysis of the users' navigational behavior. Hence, quality of discovered patterns is low.  ...  They have proposed the use of ontologies to support the interpretation of Web usage sequential patterns [8] .  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijdta.2016.9.12.18 fatcat:ucvb4c464fcd5jkz2bijigdhvi

Personalization in privacy-aware highly dynamic systems

Stefan Sackmann, Jens Strüker, Rafael Accorsi
2006 Communications of the ACM  
For instance, the recommendation of products according to the sequence of clicks, pages requested or items that have been added to the shopping cart.  ...  Highly dynamic information systems (HDS) are emerging, bringing new challenges for the management of information systems: having to cope with components that enter and leave the system spontaneously and  ...  Evidence could be used as a "sword" for the customer to incriminate in the case of a misuse, or as a "shield" for the retailer to absolve in the case of a privacy-compliant usage.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1151030.1151052 fatcat:lm3z6ca2fnh3rl5rxuwztm7pxq

Virtual exchange-based mobilities: platform economy, exchange and culture

Bridgette Wessels
2018 Applied Mobilities  
Virtual exchange-based mobilities: platform economy, exchange and culture. Applied Mobilities 2018  ...  The development of the Internet from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 has extended its networking logic into a network of networks.  ...  For instance, Amazon Web Services facilitate the construction of cloud services and provide the tools that enable the building of -and linking with -other platforms (Kenny and Zysman 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/23800127.2018.1435438 fatcat:aybdequt3rckxafmpeqic3rbeu

Over a Decade of Social Opinion Mining [article]

Keith Cortis, Brian Davis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Social media popularity and importance is on the increase, due to people using it for various types of social interaction across multiple channels.  ...  This contributes towards the evolution of Artificial Intelligence, which in turn helps the advancement of several real-world use cases, such as customer service and decision making.  ...  Lastly, [317] used link mining techniques to infer the opinions of users. Ontology Two studies [85, 319] adopted an ontology-based approach to perform a form of SOM.  ... 
arXiv:2012.03091v1 fatcat:bm5nydbdvbalzi33l3w2ivkdja


T.A. Gridina, T.V. Ustinova
2016 Russian Linguistic Bulletin  
It is demonstrated how the reader processes schematic semantic content and detailed semantic content employing the mechanisms of associative contrast.  ...  The poet's lingua-creative innovations and modifications are described in this paper as prompts for the reader's novel and unique conceptualization.  ...  The paper is prepared within the project No.15-04-00465 "National-cultural specificity of the Arctic dwellers' linguistic awareness", supported by the Russian Foundation for Humanities.  ... 
doi:10.18454/rulb.6.27 fatcat:vqglnxeamraj3ikgayebvwcove

The Agent-Environment Interface: Simon's Indirect or Gibson's Direct Coupling?

Robert Shaw
2003 Ecological psychology  
This is a radical hypothesis, for it implies that the "values" and "meanings" of things in the environment can be directly perceived.  ...  I give arguments that the computational approach provides an inadequate account of situated adaptive actions and founders on the symbol grounding problem, whereas the ecological approach does a better  ...  Special thanks to Bill Mace who offered much needed help on all aspects of the article. My apologies to them all for any problems that remain, for which I am of course solely responsible.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15326969eco1501_04 fatcat:qpl7mfziyndhbcozblr5adeqo4

Feminist New Materialisms: Activating Ethico-Politics Through Genealogies in Social Sciences

Revelles-Benavente, Ernst, Rogowska-Stangret
2019 Social Sciences  
The idea to create a Special Issue journal around the topic of feminist new materialisms emerged out of the editors' collaboration in the frames of European project New Materialism: NetworkingEuropean  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest. Funding: This research received no external funding. Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to acknowledge communal and visual artist Anna Koivukangas for suggesting the title #MeToo Postscriptum to us when we were planning the project.  ... 
doi:10.3390/socsci8110296 fatcat:idnky7j4m5gytarwc6ruvyo3ju

A Poetics of unnatural narrative

2014 ChoiceReviews  
regularly at the Narrative conference which is organized by the International Society for the Study of Narrative. 12.  ...  See, for example, the essays by Brian McHale and Alice Bell.  ...  Both the narrative and the readerly mechanisms of constructing the characters' interiority have severe consequences for the interpretation of the socalled psychological realism.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-3077 fatcat:e66agpb3xbhdtk46jqs6fctxta

Discovery of the Meanings, Expressions, and Practices Related to Malaria Care Among the Maasai

Cecily W. Strang, Sandra J. Mixer
2015 Journal of Transcultural Nursing  
Kenyan tribe of approximately 1 million who suffer from  ...  Clinical efficacy of SP was 85% compared to 62% under common usage and clinical efficacy of AQ was 99% compared to 48% usage effectiveness.  ...  Bad spirits cause disease via a mediating mechanism" (p. 1278). However, F.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1043659615573841 pmid:25724927 fatcat:gwx6z2wt3begxh5fjwctslug4y

Qualified hope: a postmodern politics of time

2009 ChoiceReviews  
coherent or intelligible pattern.  ...  uncertain terms the forms and styles of their folk-based origins" (25) . 12 For Mickey, however, who experiences the proliferation of indeterminate difference as an ontological unmooring, not as the  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-0719 fatcat:jywsvic7mfayhk3nmkmapsmq2q


2018 Franz Kafka  
the principles on which Kafka interpretations are based.  ...  It has the logical pattern of repeating the elements of a series in inverse order.  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501722813-005 fatcat:y2wftxpnyjftrcbgtyhwgbinb4

Cognitive Literary Studies: Current Themes and New Directions

2013 Poetics Today  
of shared emotive and cognitive principles.  ...  The volumes published in this series represent both specialized scholarship and interdisciplinary investigations that are deeply sensitive to cultural specifics and grounded in a cross-cultural understanding  ...  However, the cognitively based analysis of child's pretend play taken here encourages an interpretation of the character of Peter Pan as an imaginary companion.  ... 
doi:10.1215/03335372-2389659 fatcat:b2dzja55ljdd7d7wxhcxatwnkq

Unnatural voices: extreme narration in modern and contemporary fiction

2007 ChoiceReviews  
This book has benefited greatly from the generous comments of many colleagues.  ...  I am especially thankful to Monika Fludernik, William Nelles, and Porter Abbott, who read and commented on most or all of the chapters.  ...  Stanhope . . . ," 1978, in The Teachings of Don B., 1992 Julio Cortázar, "Queremos Tanto a Glenda," 1981 Mark Helprin, "North Lights" in Ellis Island and Other Stories, 1981 Edouard Glissant, La Case  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.44-6076 fatcat:t3ohabdu5vfz3dqi36s2hk5fti
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