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Personalization in Collaborative Fusion based Enterprise Information retrieval

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
We have proposed a collaborative fusion based information retrieval in [1] using the observation on similar users tends to prefer similar search results.  ...  The work also proposed active feedback based search result revision to get highly relevant results.  ...  A new measure for measuring similarity between users in social network called interestedness measure was proposed in this work. The retrieval results are personalized based on this measure.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.d8539.118419 fatcat:q47m7dbpjzhrjnus24hgt37xlq

The Interface between the Brand of Higher Education and the Influencing Factors

Aleksandar Brzaković, Tomislav Brzaković, Darjan Karabašević, Gabrijela Popović, Renata Činčikaitė
2022 Sustainability  
The growing influence of social networks on personal choice cannot be ignored. Of the world's population, 57% uses social networks and spends an average of 2.5 h a day on them.  ...  Therefore, the questions arise as to which factors influence one or another consumer choice, how social networks contribute to brand awareness, and what impact brand has on the higher education sector.  ...  This model was based on the perception of the individual influences of the factors affecting students' motivation on brand uniqueness and the influence of social networks on brand uniqueness.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14106151 fatcat:3p47qoi7mjcijb5xptifmwt6fa

Searching and Clustering on Social Tagging Sites

Ying Zhou
2009 2009 Fifth International Conference on Semantics, Knowledge and Grid  
It adopts a two step clustering approach to organize and rank resources based on their relative similarities with each other.  ...  This paper reports a novel algorithm of presenting the web resources query result on the social tagging sites.  ...  This paper presents a novel way of organizing the object search result on social tagging sites.  ... 
doi:10.1109/skg.2009.72 dblp:conf/skg/Zhou09 fatcat:uol67x2u5jhmpo4qsqbsbqnejy

Personalized News Recommendation: A Review and an Experimental Investigation

Lei Li, Ding-Ding Wang, Shun-Zhi Zhu, Tao Li
2011 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
A variety of techniques have been proposed to tackle personalized news recommendation, including content-based, collaborative filtering systems and hybrid versions of these two.  ...  Online news articles, as a new format of press releases, have sprung up on the Internet.  ...  Recently, the tremendous growth of online social network services greatly facilitates the collaboration, sharing, and other interactions among on-line users.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11390-011-0175-2 fatcat:mwj7hu363zfsbhw4skjgzmbqki

Microblog Entity Linking with Social Temporal Context

Wen Hua, Kai Zheng, Xiaofang Zhou
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data - SIGMOD '15  
Experimental results based on real tweet datasets verify the e↵ectiveness and e ciency of our proposals.  ...  search, and so forth.  ...  Fortunately, besides being content generators, microblogging users are also social network members, and they subscribe to others largely based on what they care.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2723372.2751522 dblp:conf/sigmod/HuaZZ15 fatcat:4auknz64d5hjxec5dfswyzxyxa

An Exploration of the Relation between Hunting and Aggressiveness: Using Inmates Networks at Prison Secondary School as an Illustration

Nikolaos Hasanagas, Alexandra Bekiari
2017 Social Networking  
The network indicators for superficial, idiosyncratic and strategic behavior (particularly, aggressiveness), applied in Bekiari and Hasanagas (2016), which were based on the primary network variables (  ...  The typology which is based on the existence (or not) of hunting experience seems to be more insightful, as it reveals a gradual involvement of aggressiveness dimensions, from incidentality to impulsiveness  ...  Questionnaire The network-related part of questionnaire was to certain extent based on previous research [42] .  ... 
doi:10.4236/sn.2017.61002 fatcat:jhutsc3hozgm5e5iwra6tkpf5m

Mental Models at Work

Nir Halevy, Taya R. Cohen, Eileen Y. Chou, James J. Katz, A. T. Panter
2013 Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  
We conceptualize individual differences in conflict construals as reflecting variation in people's belief structures about conflict, and explore how different elements in people's associative networks  ...  ; shape social interactions and relationships significantly more than worst strategy beliefs; and are updated over time as a result of individuals' ongoing experiences of conflict.  ...  Due to missing data our analyses are based on 413 respondents with complete data. Measures Best and Worst Strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0146167213506468 pmid:24145295 fatcat:v5vqonwrjvh55mljh4wpopmyhy

Voice Analysis for Stress Detection and Application in Virtual Reality to Improve Public Speaking in Real-time: A Review [article]

Arushi, Roberto Dillon, Ai Ni Teoh, Denise Dillon
2022 arXiv   pre-print
regardless of performance (measured in terms of detected stress levels), or realistic positive or negative feedback based on actual performance (Section 5).  ...  A multi-task model (which included four sub-models) was built based on the CNN networks which is another type of DNN.  ... 
arXiv:2208.01041v1 fatcat:g7m3bnqzrbhbrncbjyxlu36kmq

Interning and Investing: Rethinking Unpaid Work, Social Capital, and the "Human Capital Regime"

Sophie Hope, Joanna Figiel
2015 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
For young workers, interning is a strategy for speculating on one's asset portfolio.  ...  His understanding of social capital combines the "norms, rules and obligations" a person deals with together with their money-driven, self-interestedness (104-5).  ...  Instead, the kinds of networks relied on in the creative industries are weak, "based on thin, impersonal trust of acquaintances."  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v13i2.607 fatcat:cejxuslutbhnhklq76dqldjmqu


2020 Society Register  
It was conducted on a sample of eighteen purposefully selected civil groups and organisations operating in large cities in Poland, using the method of in-depth interviews.  ...  In particular it indicates that these movements, ostensibly urban, actually express demands towards the broader social system, delegitimating it in a twofold manner.  ...  In addition, the notion of cooperation as understood by the respondents was based on the assumption that social diversity should be respected; the more diverse and the greater the network of a particular  ... 
doi:10.14746/sr.2020.4.4.02 fatcat:6h3o4qflvzheleeceji5gi32t4

Object Handling for People With Dementia: A Scoping Review and the Development of Intervention Guidance

Federica D'Andrea, Tom Dening, Victoria Tischler, Steven M Albert
2022 Innovation in aging  
Research Design and Methods The search was conducted using CINAHL, PsycINFO, MEDLINE, PsycARTICLES, Academic Search Elite, and Art Full Text, plus review of reference lists and hand search.  ...  Most studies reported positive effects on well-being, mood, and emotion in those with dementia.  ...  Care professionals reported that seeing the person in a social context helped to change the way they thought about "dementia" and enabled them to create relationships focused on the person rather than  ... 
doi:10.1093/geroni/igac043 pmid:35910307 pmcid:PMC9331071 fatcat:jcdlmpoamvex7jihlnwxe3vjwu

Once upon a Time I was a Nuclear Physicist. What the Politics of Sustainability can Learn from the Nuclear Laboratory

Gert Goeminne
2011 Perspectives on Science  
This paper keeps pace with my personal history as a researcher: starting from the eagerness for knowledge of the nuclear physics PhD student I once was, continuing with my search for social relevance in  ...  eagerness for knowledge of the nuclear physics PhD student I once was, continuing with my search for social relevance in policy-preparatory research I subsequently performed as a sustainability scholar  ...  So, if one wants to calculate the Figure 1 . The nucleosynthesis network in the region between Silicium and Calcium.  ... 
doi:10.1162/posc_a_00024 fatcat:c652lbttyzeynhsbrpv4rnwk74

The Public Choice View at the "Deregulation" Movement: Analyzing the Experience of European Telecommunications

Dimitrii Trubnikov
2019 Revista de Direito, Estado e Telecomunicações  
The case of telecommunications shows that ideas and understanding of economic phenomena played an important role in adoption of regulatory regimes, and it is apparent that people on the top of the social  ...  The alternative to the public interest view on regulation is an understanding that in the real world, in contrast to the idealistic models, all economic actors have their own personal interests and make  ...  As a result, the public interest might be considered as an outcome of a system based on the spontaneous order idea, i.e. a system that does not envisage achievement of any aims at all and, thus, does not  ... 
doi:10.26512/lstr.v11i1.24846 fatcat:ky352fravzdixlsvgsr6az3o2a

2. Institutional Design and Human Motivation: The Role of Homo Economicus Assumptions [chapter]

2020 Advances in the Sociology of Trust and Cooperation  
What kinds of behavioral or motivational assumptions are appropriate if "legislators" want to design "good" social institutions or constitutions? David  ...  There apparently is a critical mass, if not a large majority, of participants who display behavior that is based on social preferences.  ...  It thus seems that self-interestedness is not always the worst case.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110647495-002 fatcat:2g2jtpiurzebtglhuof6x2j75m

The Pyramid of Nonprofit Responsibility: The Institutionalization of Organizational Responsibility Across Sectors

Shawn Pope, Patricia Bromley, Alwyn Lim, John W. Meyer
2018 VOLUNTAS - International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations  
We close with implications and future directions for organizational studies and research on corporate social responsibility.  ...  Whereas existing research has tended to theorize the social responsibilities of businesses, we develop a pyramid conceptual schema to array the social responsibilities of nonprofits.  ...  , self-interestedness, and expanded decision-making has come with an attendant emphasis on individual social responsibility.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11266-018-0038-3 fatcat:pekh56kfbjfr7bbrcf7z5aa7nu
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