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REACT

Tova Milo, Amit Somech
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Management of Data - SIGMOD '16  
Data analysis may be a difficult task, especially for nonexpert users, as it requires deep understanding of the investigated domain and the particular context.  ...  In this demo we present REACT, a system that hooks to the analysis UI and provides the users with personalized recommendations of analysis actions.  ...  We thank Daniel Deutch and Amir Gilad for their insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2882903.2899392 dblp:conf/sigmod/MiloS16 fatcat:ggse3ctmtbbhjpvjaj2fajeszq

REACT

Gaurav Misra, Jose M. Such
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining 2017 - ASONAM '17  
We demonstrate the highly accurate performance of REACT through a detailed empirical evaluation and also discuss ways of personalizing it for different users in order to improve performance even further  ...  control recommendations.  ...  Sensitivity (i.e., true positive rate or recall) is the proportion of "allow" instances that are correctly recommended as "allow" by the REACT.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3110025.3110073 dblp:conf/asunam/MisraS17 fatcat:jzf6bhqlgzetjjlituawl6qx2m

D8.4 - REACT Market Analysis

Thomas Messervey, Sara Momi, Cristina Barbero
2022 Zenodo  
This plan includes an analysis of the market context for the solutions identified in REACT.  ...  It consists of a multi-level and multi-disciplinary analysis (e.g., PESTLE; Stakeholders' Mapping; focus on key technological and digital assets and competitors; leading initiatives at EU and global level  ...  WHY Islands are sensitive contexts, where energy self-sufficiency is paramount to guarantee medium-to-long term economic growth and social development.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7125552 fatcat:bv5426r5ofhc7dweo377rutd6a

Finite Rate Chemistry Effects in Turbulent Reacting Flows

R.P. Lindstedt, S.A. Louloudi, J.J. Driscoll, V. Sick
2004 Flow Turbulence and Combustion  
The classical "fast chemistry" analysis by Damköhler remains a common basis for calculation methods aimed at turbulent reacting flows.  ...  The ability to predict the formation of NO is particularly interesting in this context given the strong sensitivity to chemical kinetic and non-adiabatic effects.  ...  [35] investigated the recommendations by Deon et al. [11] , Lindackers et al. [21] and GRI-Mech. 2.11 by Frenklach et al.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:appl.0000044403.72514.27 fatcat:2ejgyoxgqrb7plvtl6ybhb4hr4

How do Overnight Stays React to Exchange Rate Changes?

Christian Stettler
2017 Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics  
On the source market side, we find large exchange rate elasticities for German, Dutch, and Belgian visitors, while travellers from France and Italy are less price sensitive.  ...  We find low exchange rate elasticities of 0.2 for cities, but much higher elasticities of 1.4 for touristic communities.  ...  Using national data conceals these disparities, which may result in wrong policy recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03399437 fatcat:rgkoutuwrfgxxcdlnr57f5doyu

Hotel location when competitors may react: A game-theoretic gravitational model

Pedro Godinho, Paul Phillips, Luiz Moutinho
2018 Tourism Management  
Competitor hotels react to the new hotels by changing prices, in order to maximize their own profits, so the final set of prices will be a Nash equilibrium.  ...  We propose an iterative procedure for finding the equilibrium prices and a genetic algorithm-based procedure for finding the optimal strategy, in terms of new hotels to be built and respective typologies  ...  The initial increase is somewhat unexpected, but a detailed analysis showed that, for low cost-sensitivity, an increase in sensitivity makes it easier for a large hotel to compete with hotel H2 (the highest  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2018.06.014 fatcat:vr2q5q3asndphihi4d4ky3dv74

The Chilling Effect: How Do Researchers React to Controversy?

Joanna Kempner, Peter Singer
2008 PLoS Medicine  
Citation: Kempner J (2008) The chilling effect: How do researchers react to controversy? PLoS Med 5(11): e222.  ...  Merz for their comments, and E. Golberstein and R. Watkins for their research assistance. Author contributions.  ...  JK designed the study, enrolled participants, conducted interviews, analyzed the data, and wrote the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.0050222 pmid:19018657 pmcid:PMC2586361 fatcat:4fsaogapmbf6dkykhl5zm7fozy

Do financial markets react to Bank of England communication?

Rachel Reeves, Michael Sawicki
2007 European Journal of Political Economy  
Table 7 reproduces the results obtained by Kohn and Sack (2003) for comparison with the daily data.  ...  and intraday data.  ...  Controlling for surprises In our analysis we follow Lasaosa (2005) in controlling for macroeconomic data releases.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejpoleco.2006.09.018 fatcat:a75d6zezxngshav6qqyivtt4te

How Perioperative Nurses Define, Attribute Causes of, and React to Intraoperative Nursing Errors

Robin Chard
2010 AORN Journal  
Using multiple regression analysis, the strategies of accepting responsibility ( = .34, p < .001) and using iv self-control ( = .17, p < .05) were found to be significant predictors of emotional distress  ...  Procedures for Data Analysis Preliminary Analysis of Data I used descriptive statistics including means, standard deviations, frequencies, and percentages to summarize data for all participants on definitions  ...  sensitive manner.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aorn.2009.06.028 pmid:20102810 fatcat:nm762algpbb5re2rgrt7wcvsyu

DLBFoam: An open-source dynamic load balancing model for fast reacting flow simulations in OpenFOAM [article]

Bulut Tekgül, Petteri Peltonen, Heikki Kahila, Ossi Kaario, Ville Vuorinen
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Computational load imbalance is a well-known performance issue in multiprocessor reacting flow simulations utilizing directly integrated chemical kinetics.  ...  When DLBFoam it utilized with both these features enabled, a speed-up by a factor of 10 is reported for reactive flow benchmark cases.  ...  Although the performance gain when using reference mapping is significant compared to the introduced error, for applications that require very high accuracy a careful model tolerance analysis is recommended  ... 
arXiv:2011.07978v2 fatcat:mqelgzzc5nczbcyg234rwqqtqu

Methodological challenges in online trials: an update and insights from the REACT trial (Preprint)

Heather Robinson, Duncan Appelbe, Susanna Dodd, Susan Flowers, Susan Flowers, Sonia Johnson, Steven H Jones, Céu Mateus, Barbara Mezes, Elizabeth Murray, Naomi Rainford, Anna Rosala-Hallas (+3 others)
2019 JMIR Mental Health  
, consent and participant withdrawal, randomization, engagement with a web-based intervention, retention, data quality and analysis, spamming, cybersquatting, patient and public involvement, and risk management  ...  The key recommendations outlined here are relevant for future web-based and hybrid trials and studies using iterative development and test models such as the Accelerated Creation-to-Sustainment model,  ...  Acknowledgments The REACT RCT was funded by National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment grant (14/49/34) and sponsored by Lancaster University (HRM7891).  ... 
doi:10.2196/15878 pmid:32497018 fatcat:ceaou3oun5a7tle4pqekzcsrx4

Reacting to poverty: A comparative analysis of schools in Brazilian deprived areas

Aina Tarabini, Xavier Bonal, Oscar Valiente
2014 Prospect: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education  
Although the context of poverty generally determines what is possible for schools to achieve, this context is by no means consistent. Not all schools located in poor areas offer poor education.  ...  Schools in the most deprived areas in Brazil are marked by extreme poverty, a situation that has obvious consequences for the everyday life in schools and for efforts to develop a supportive culture of  ...  We believe, however, that the failure to analyse these data in their context can lead to highly inaccurate conclusions and recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11125-014-9317-y fatcat:mulfgcrmqffqfhuzszej655yla

Do Financial Markets React to Regulatory Sanctions? An Event Study of the French Case

Thierry Kirat, Amir Rezaee
2015 Social Science Research Network  
The paper offers an empirical analysis of the effects of sanctions decided by the Financial Markets Authority (AMF) on the reputation of firms in France.  ...  He recommends, in order to improve the deterrence of individuals fraud, to make individuals responsible on their personal incomes and patrimony.  ...  set aside the moral values they apply in other non-professional contexts.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2614396 fatcat:osmrf3yscvgqxiyvf6v2ergdea

MEDRESET. Reversing the Perspective: How European Stakeholders React to Migration Policy Frames of Southern Mediterranean Counterparts

Emanuela Roman
2018 Zenodo  
They lamented the lack of legal migration opportunities, but at the same time they praised the European Commission for its efforts in this field.  ...  They also claimed the lack of gender-sensitive or gender-specific policies in the area of migration and the limited involvement of SEM CSOs in migration policymaking.  ...  The analysis of these documents helped us to put the position of individual interviewees into the context of the position of the institution or organization they represented, and to locate different positions  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3254824 fatcat:pdofpetydbh7jkvdecsoq76b24

Recognising and reacting to angry and happy facial expressions: a diffusion model analysis

Jason Tipples
2018 Psychological Research  
In agreement with the original study of this effect (Solarz 1960) there were clear participant gender differences-both the approach avoidance and gender-expression biases were larger in magnitude for female  ...  Why was the current study sensitive to participant gender differences?  ...  The data analysis was conducted in the R programming environment (R Development Core Team, 2018) using several packages (Kruschke & Meredith, 2017; Morey & Rouder, 2015; Wabersich & Vandekerckhove, 2014  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00426-018-1092-6 pmid:30194486 fatcat:voar27o2bfbjvj6ljgq6acccpu
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