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Shape of Elephant: Study of Macro Properties of Word Embeddings Spaces [article]

Alexey Tikhonov
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we demonstrate that a typical word embeddings cloud is shaped as a high-dimensional simplex with interpretable vertices and propose a simple yet effective method for enumeration of these  ...  Pre-trained word representations became a key component in many NLP tasks. However, the global geometry of the word embeddings remains poorly understood.  ...  Our experiments show that the word embeddings cloud has the shape of the n-dimensional simplex with the dense center and a bunch of interpretable vertices.  ... 
arXiv:2106.06964v1 fatcat:63ulvui2mfdyhhzf63amwpwege

Wrestling the Elephant

Carolyn Mak, Mandeep Kaur Mucina, Renée Nichole Ferguson
2021 Advances in Social Work  
White supremacist ideology is the elephant in the social work classroom, negatively impacting educators' abilities to facilitate discussion and learning.  ...  In this conceptual piece, we use a Critical Race Theory (CRT) framework to understand how white supremacy perpetuates itself in the classroom, with a particular focus on whiteness as property.  ...  Harris (1993) posits that "whiteness shares the critical characteristics of property even as the meaning of property has changed over time.  ... 
doi:10.18060/24082 fatcat:jt5azwx32vd3xho2cjyrwxvyha

Representationalism and cognitive culturalism: riders on elephants on turtles all the way down

Jason L. Mast
2019 American Journal of Cultural Sociology  
In the first part, I examine representationalism in two research programs that have shaped cultural sociology from the cultural turn to the present: Jeffrey Alexander's "strong program" and Ann Swidler's  ...  This article examines the influx of neurocognitive concepts in cultural sociology and this development's consequences for representationalism.  ...  Acknowledgements The reviewers' comments and those of the editor helped to sharpen this article's arguments considerably. The author thanks them for their significant feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41290-019-00087-6 fatcat:r32mwwg2tzhl5p5wknhugwcnii

Size and shape measurement in contemporary cephalometrics

G. T. McIntyre
2003 European Journal of Orthodontics  
Because shape information cannot be determined from these 'size-based' measurements, an increasing number of studies employ geometric morphometric tools in the cephalometric analysis of craniofacial morphology  ...  The traditional method of analysing cephalograms-conventional cephalometric analysis (CCA)-involves the calculation of linear distance measurements, angular measurements, area measurements, and ratios.  ...  The basic principle involves embedding a set of closely spaced observed measurements on an object's boundary into a mathematical function.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ejo/25.3.231 pmid:12831212 fatcat:h624oi6x7fgjxo5jgpmquqrmr4

Overcoming the 'White Elephant' Syndrome in Big and Iconic Projects in the Public and Private Sectors [chapter]

Scott Prasser
2007 Improving Implementation: Organisational Change and Project Management  
dysfunctional behaviour in the project space.  ...  Property and construction projects: projects procuring property (existing or to be constructed) as a supply of works or service. 3.  ...  the lack of sharing of the Multi-Year Strategies among Departments is weakening Gateway's objective of better whole-of-government planning; • the Initiative's third components, Business Cases, are useful  ... 
doi:10.22459/ii.02.2007.05 fatcat:qqs2ycfqlvbddnu7v4zefwvplm

Narrative Versus Theory in the Sociology of Religion: Five Stories of Religion's Place in the Late Modern World [chapter]

James V. Spickard
2017 Theorising Religion  
Each of these approaches highlights part of the elephant. The blind men (and women) use such data to squabble about which aspect of that elephant is most real.  ...  McGuire's (1988) study of non-medical healing found a similar religious eclecticism, as did my own (unpublished) study of a liberal Episcopalian congregation and Roof's (1993) study of American Baby  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315236292-13 fatcat:tckzl5gd65b3tp3djki4wkhfga

Unusual microbial mat-related structural diversity 2.1 billion years ago and implications for the Francevillian biota

Jérémie Aubineau, Abderrazak El Albani, Ernest Chi Fru, Murray Gingras, Yann Batonneau, Luis A. Buatois, Claude Geffroy, Jérôme Labanowski, Claude Laforest, Laurent Lemée, Maria G. Mángano, Alain Meunier (+5 others)
2018 Geobiology  
ACK N OWLED G M ENTS We thank the Gabonese government; National Center for Scientific Research of Gabon (CENAREST); Sylvia Bongo Foundation; Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux of Gabon for logistic supports  ...  ; University of Masuku; French Embassy at Libreville; and Institut Français du Gabon, French Ministry for Foreign Affairs.  ...  spectra of both "elephant-skin" texture and linear pattern.  ... 
doi:10.1111/gbi.12296 pmid:29923673 fatcat:saonqyki6fenbpgpzwudfy7bai

LEAPMood: Light and Efficient Architecture to Predict Mood with Genetic Algorithm driven Hyperparameter Tuning [article]

Harichandana B S S, Sumit Kumar
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Furthermore, we curate a dataset for the task of mood prediction achieving a Macro F1-score of 72.12% with LEAPMood.  ...  We show that using a combination of character embedding, phonetic hashing, and attention along with Conditional Random Fields (CRF), results in a performance closely comparable to that of the current State-Of-the-Art  ...  We also analyze the performance on mood prediction and achieve a Macro F1 Score of 72.12%.  ... 
arXiv:2202.02522v2 fatcat:a6xcsl6congcdavlewsqbelvsy

Morphogenetic Engineering: Reconciling Self-Organization and Architecture [chapter]

René Doursat, Hiroki Sayama, Olivier Michel
2012 Understanding Complex Systems  
Particular emphasis is set on the programmability and computational abilities of self-organization, properties that are often underappreciated in complex systems science-while, conversely, the benefits  ...  Can physical systems be endowed with information, or informational systems be embedded in physics, to create autonomous morphologies and functions?  ...  processors, techno-social networks), i.e., how informational and computational artifacts can be embedded in the physical constraints of space and "in materio" granularity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33902-8_1 fatcat:z37vhhqfnnahrhfs4m73l7q7gu

Human-elephant interactions: from past to present [article]

George E. Konidaris, Ran Barkai, Vangelis Tourloukis, Katerina Harvati, Universitaet Tuebingen
2021
The nature and degree of interactions between humans and elephants comprises an important field in palaeoanthropological studies since decades, but many questions remain still unanswered or partially explored  ...  Many of them show strong evidence of acquisition and processing of proboscidean carcasses by early humans, leading scientists to interpret them as "elephant butchering sites".  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the organizers of the symposium "Human-elephant interactions: from past to present", an anonymous reviewer and G.  ... 
doi:10.15496/publikation-59390 fatcat:y25jkkx35nexhi3wzp2ody2cfy

Human-elephant interactions: from past to present [article]

George E. Konidaris, Ran Barkai, Vangelis Tourloukis, Katerina Harvati, Universitaet Tuebingen
2021
The fat from frozen mammals reveals sources of essential fatty acids suitable for Palaeolithic and Neolithic humans. PloS ONE 9, e84480.  ...  This article is part of the proceedings of the Hannover Symposium (Elephant-Human interactions). We would like to thank P. Espigares and V.  ...  Special thanks to all of the members of the Bolomor research and excavation team involved in the recovery and study of the archaeological, geological, and palaeontological record.  ... 
doi:10.15496/publikation-55604 fatcat:zsbrlzwuynb3holxcqyarrwhsy

The Blind Elephant. A Reply to Claudio Gnoli's Comments

Michael Kleineberg
2014 unpublished
In other words, the underlying intention-the content and structure of the author's consciousness-is to some extent embedded in the artifact.  ...  Of course, elephants exist independently from human observers, but who could say what an elephant in itself would be like? Even an elephant could not tell.  ... 
fatcat:bmvt3rj4lzerdhsxhwy4zw5bqe

Children's thoughts on the origin of species: A study of explanatory coherence

A Samarapungavan
1997 Cognitive Science  
This paper presents the results of a study which examined children's ideas about speciation.  ...  Creationist children believe that once created, species do not change over time so with regard to other concepts, such as the modifiability of species properties, their responses resemble those of children  ...  Acknowledgments This research was done while the senior author was at the University of Amsterdam.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0364-0213(99)80021-4 fatcat:65sshuvjv5aufdtskwyqhf7exm

Addressing the "Elephant" in the room: exploring race and social justice in the early childhood years [article]

Kathlene Alysia Holmes
2016
of race and property perpetuate social and educational inequities (Ladson-Billing & Tate, 1995) .  ...  The third and final aspect of social justice focuses on both micro and macro levels.  ...  Listed below is a chart of five of the eight required social studies concepts/themes that the Glendale students must learn in kindergarten. While most of the students in Mrs.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2736m40s fatcat:iz53s4fzunfnnf3mh6t3tc2bvu

Chronigami: Folding and unfolding time

Donncha Kavanagh, Luis Araujo
1995 Accounting Management and Information Technologies  
longitudinal, ethnographic study of the dynamics of organising in the context of a large construction project.  ...  The Oriental paper-folding art of Origami is introduced as a metaphor for understanding the construction and deconstruction of time.  ...  view of time and links it with notions of evolution and the construction of macro-actors, capable of laying down their own versions of space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0959-8022(95)00010-7 fatcat:bnsbdhpfcjgrhbcdiy3nflnemi
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