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Designing with Data: A Case Study [article]

Teresa Castle-Green, Stuart Reeves, Joel E. Fischer, Boriana Koleva
2019 arXiv   pre-print
As the Internet of Things continues to take hold in the commercial world, the teams designing these new technologies are constantly evolving and turning their hand to uncharted territory. This is especially key within the field of secondary service design as businesses attempt to utilize and find value in the sensor data being produced by connected products. This paper discusses the ways in which a commercial design team use smart thermostat data to prototype an advice-giving chatbot. The team
more » ... ollaborate to produce a chat sequence through careful ordering of data & reasoning about customer reactions. The paper contributes important insights into design methods being used in practice within the under researched areas of chatbot prototyping and secondary service design.
arXiv:1908.11614v1 fatcat:eep2khgqnrhkhfse7pag7qdimi

Page 900 of Green Book Magazine Vol. 9, Issue 5 [page]

1913 Green Book Magazine  
THE GREEN BOOK MAGAZINE askew, from the opening reception at Mrs.  ...  The Princess Maria Teresa of Ara- gon lives in deadly fear of her cousin Carlos, Duke D’Alva.  ... 

Page 876 of Green Book Magazine Vol. 10, Issue 5 [page]

1913 Green Book Magazine  
There are dungeons in my castle.” Whereupon Warren Jarvis of Ken- tucky and Princess Maria Teresa de Castillo y Aragon went about preparing for his escape.  ...  ean Bg Ni aa el 876 THE GREEN BOOK MAGAZINE “And faithfully fight in my Lady’s cause according to the feudal laws of Castile and Aragon.”  ... 

Multiple determinants of lifespan memory differences

Richard N. Henson, Karen L. Campbell, Simon W. Davis, Jason R. Taylor, Tina Emery, Sharon Erzinclioglu, Lorraine K. Tyler, Carol Brayne, Edward T. Bullmore, Andrew C. Calder, Rhodri Cusack, Tim Dalgleish (+62 others)
2016 Scientific Reports  
Three-factor model augmented with estimates of gray-matter volume (GMV) from Hippocampus (Hip; green), anterior parahippocampal cortex (Par, cyan) and Fusiform (Fus, blue), and a white-matter index (WMI  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep32527 pmid:27600595 pmcid:PMC5013267 fatcat:eho5queunvcfjeu43s32ncgwv4

Page 457 of Saint Nicholas; A Magazine for Boys and Girls Vol. 26, Issue 6 [page]

1899 Saint Nicholas; A Magazine for Boys and Girls  
With the appearance of the Maria Teresa this peaceful as- pect changed in an instant.  ...  of San- tiago, and scarred here and there by earthworks mounting heavy guns; green hills back of these rising almost to the height of mountains, and, beyond, ver- itable mountains topped with trees; a  ... 

Ageing increases reliance on sensorimotor prediction through structural and functional differences in frontostriatal circuits

Noham Wolpe, James N. Ingram, Kamen A. Tsvetanov, Linda Geerligs, Rogier A. Kievit, Richard N. Henson, Daniel M. Wolpert, Lorraine K. Tyler, Carol Brayne, Edward Bullmore, Andrew Calder, Rhodri Cusack (+65 others)
2016 Nature Communications  
(a) Clusters showing increased functional connectivity with the pre-SMA seed from the VBM analysis in relation to ageing and Direct force overcompensation, during a movement task (green), during task-free  ... 
doi:10.1038/ncomms13034 pmid:27694879 pmcid:PMC5063954 fatcat:qvs4l43pl5cyvauxqogeozdag4

Preserved cognitive functions with age are determined by domain-dependent shifts in network responsivity

Dávid Samu, Karen L. Campbell, Kamen A. Tsvetanov, Meredith A. Shafto, Carol Brayne, Edward T. Bullmore, Andrew C. Calder, Rhodri Cusack, Tim Dalgleish, John Duncan, Richard N. Henson, Fiona E. Matthews (+62 others)
2017 Nature Communications  
Healthy ageing has disparate effects on different cognitive domains. The neural basis of these differences, however, is largely unknown. We investigated this question by using Independent Components Analysis to obtain functional brain components from 98 healthy participants aged 23-87 years from the population-based Cam-CAN cohort. Participants performed two cognitive tasks that show age-related decrease (fluid intelligence and object naming) and a syntactic comprehension task that shows
more » ... ated preservation. We report that activation of task-positive neural components predicts inter-individual differences in performance in each task across the adult lifespan. Furthermore, only the two tasks that show performance declines with age show age-related decreases in task-positive activation of neural components and decreasing default mode (DM) suppression. Our results suggest that distributed, multi-component brain responsivity supports cognition across the adult lifespan, and the maintenance of this, along with maintained DM deactivation, characterizes successful ageing and may explain differential ageing trajectories across cognitive domains. | (b) show decline (negative age-related difference) in performance, while Sentence Comprehension score (c) is preserved across the lifespan. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS |
doi:10.1038/ncomms14743 pmid:28480894 pmcid:PMC5424147 fatcat:lsveglao6vgrhnegamt5f27t4y

Age-related delay in visual and auditory evoked responses is mediated by white- and grey-matter differences

D. Price, L. K. Tyler, R. Neto Henriques, K. L. Campbell, N. Williams, M.S. Treder, J. R. Taylor, Carol Brayne, Edward T. Bullmore, Andrew C. Calder, Rhodri Cusack, Tim Dalgleish (+62 others)
2017 Nature Communications  
Slowing is a common feature of ageing, yet a direct relationship between neural slowing and brain atrophy is yet to be established in healthy humans. We combine magnetoencephalographic (MEG) measures of neural processing speed with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measures of white and grey matter in a large population-derived cohort to investigate the relationship between age-related structural differences and visual evoked field (VEF) and auditory evoked field (AEF) delay across two different
more » ... tasks. Here we use a novel technique to show that VEFs exhibit a constant delay, whereas AEFs exhibit delay that accumulates over time. White-matter (WM) microstructure in the optic radiation partially mediates visual delay, suggesting increased transmission time, whereas grey matter (GM) in auditory cortex partially mediates auditory delay, suggesting less efficient local processing. Our results demonstrate that age has dissociable effects on neural processing speed, and that these effects relate to different types of brain atrophy.
doi:10.1038/ncomms15671 pmid:28598417 pmcid:PMC5472747 fatcat:khw4h5fepvh5tntdugasrqn44e

Page 188 of The Quarterly Review Vol. 11, Issue 21 [page]

1814 The Quarterly Review  
There seem'd a glory round us, and Teresa The angel of the vision.’  ...  If it be wretched with an untir’d eye, To watch those skiey tints, and this green ocean ; Or in the sultry hour, beneath some rock, My hair dishevelled by the pleasant sea-breeze, To shape sweet visions  ... 

Page 767 of The American Ecclesiastical Review Vol. 46, Issue 6 [page]

1912 The American Ecclesiastical Review  
Tue INTERIOR CASTLE or The Mansions. By St. Teresa of Jesus. Trans- lated from the Autograph of St. Teresa by the Benedictines of Stanbrook.  ...  New York, Lon- don, Bombay, Calcutta: Longmans, Green, & Co. 1912. Pp.-167. Price, $1.20 net. SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE Hoty EucHarist As SACRAMENT AND SACRIFICE. By the Very Rev.  ... 

Page 463 of The New Monthly Magazine Vol. 6, Issue 34 [page]

1874 The New Monthly Magazine  
The steep sides of the rock and the green depths beneath were shrouded in darkness ; but in the direc- tion of the old town a few lights glimmered through the foliage ; thesg few increased to many ; and  ...  There was the castle, its outline barely discernible, so that the lights, visible here and there in the barrack windows, looked like lamps suspended in mid air.  ... 

Page 10 of Star Vol. 12, Issue 1 [page]

1952 Star  
It seemed so good, after forty years, to again see “the green sod of Ireland.” While in Ireland we visited Dublin Castle, Phoenix Park, Dalkey Island and the goverment buildings.  ...  Mother Blanchot and Sister Teresa Sister Teresa has been on duty in this hospital for almost eighteen years. Her first ten years of service loere as a mem¬ ber of our nursing staff.  ... 

Page 491 of Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts Vol. , Issue 3612 [page]

1877 Examiner, a Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music, and the Fine Arts  
It was a fortified castle once upon a time.  ...  ancient castles ITALY IN SHADE AND SUNSHINE. ours-and a rough road crosso. the ground, high IX.  ... 

Page 224 of PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Vol. 64, Issue 2 [page]

1949 PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
(Bowling Green State U, Bowling Green, Ohio). The ideology of Tirso. D (Ohio State) 5009. Templin, E. H. (UCLA). The literary antecedents of Tisbia (El burlador de Seville). 5010. Wade, G. E.  ...  Teresa. 4998. Fidelis, Mother Maria (Rosemont C, Kosemont, Pa.). The allegories of St. Teresa. D (Pennsylvania) 4999. Learned, Mary (Wells C, Aurora, N. Y.). The vocabulary of the letters of St.  ... 

Strong and specific associations between cardiovascular risk factors and white matter micro- and macrostructure in healthy aging

Delia Fuhrmann, David Nesbitt, Meredith Shafto, James B. Rowe, Darren Price, Andrew Gadie, Rogier A. Kievit, Lorraine K. Tyler, Carol Brayne, Edward T. Bullmore, Andrew C. Calder, Rhodri Cusack (+69 others)
2019 Neurobiology of Aging  
Cardiovascular health declines with age, increasing the risk of hypertension and elevated heart rate in middle and old age. Here, we used multivariate techniques to investigate the associations between cardiovascular health (diastolic blood pressure, systolic blood pressure, and heart rate) and white matter macrostructure (lesion volume and number) and microstructure (as measured by diffusion-weighted imaging) in the cross-sectional, population-based Cam-CAN cohort (N = 667, aged 18-88). We
more » ... d that cardiovascular health and age made approximately similar contributions to white matter health and explained up to 56% of variance therein. Lower diastolic blood pressure, higher systolic blood pressure, and higher heart rate were each strongly, and independently, associated with white matter abnormalities on all indices. Body mass and exercise were associated with white matter health, both directly and indirectly via cardiovascular health. These results highlight the importance of cardiovascular risk factors for white matter health across the adult lifespan and suggest that systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and heart rate affect white matter health via separate mechanisms.
doi:10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2018.10.005 pmid:30415127 pmcid:PMC6338676 fatcat:ipcwt3tsjfegzfyepwvkfhcawq
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