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Term necessity prediction

Le Zhao, Jamie Callan
2010 Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '10  
It develops term-and query-dependent features for each factor that enable supervised learning of a predictive model of term necessity from training data.  ...  Experiments with two popular retrieval models and 6 standard datasets demonstrate that using predicted term necessity estimates as user term weights of the original query terms leads to significant improvements  ...  Predicted necessity term weighting This subsection tests whether term necessity can be effectively predicted to improve retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1871437.1871474 dblp:conf/cikm/ZhaoC10 fatcat:h335fq5ecfbcvpo5yu7ln2qwia

Sex differences and mate preferences: Contributions and interactions of gender roles and socio-economic status

Evita March, Rachel Grieve
2014 Sensoria A Journal of Mind Brain and Culture  
Results indicated interactions of SES and gender roles on characteristics women considered a necessity in a long term mate.  ...  in a long term mate by employing a refined mate budget methodology.  ...  Results did not support this prediction, suggesting that a combination of gender roles and SES has no effect on the amount of necessity women place on a long term mate's social level.  ... 
doi:10.7790/sa.v10i2.410 fatcat:bpv5kavfjjerfdjj2ffclrkllq

Necessity and Sufficiency for Explaining Text Classifiers: A Case Study in Hate Speech Detection [article]

Esma Balkir, Isar Nejadgholi, Kathleen C. Fraser, Svetlana Kiritchenko
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We employ our method to explain the predictions of different hate speech detection models on the same set of curated examples from a test suite, and show that different values of necessity and sufficiency  ...  for identity terms correspond to different kinds of false positive errors, exposing sources of classifier bias against marginalized groups.  ...  Our third hypothesis is that low necessity for identity terms will be correlated with positive predictions for abusive instances that do not target a protected identity.  ... 
arXiv:2205.03302v1 fatcat:sypozomfd5fvdbq2crwhweqw3m

Long-term monitoring of routes unavailability for information and communication networks

Y.O. Babich, O.S. Popov Odessa national academy of telecommunication, K.S. Shulakova
2018 Proceedings of the O S Popov ОNAT  
Long-term term predictive monitoring [12] considers two significant parameters. They are a prediction horizon and a threshold value corresponding to the reconstruction necessity.  ...  The purpose of this work is to propose a method of long-term analysis and prediction of network routes unavailability aimed at identifying the necessity of network's reconstruction.  ... 
doi:10.33243/2518-7139-2018-1-1-106-113 fatcat:uj7lsvzbbndptf6ac6bwdq7ma4

Sex, Sexual Orientation, and the Necessity of Physical Attractiveness and Social Level in Long-Term and Short-Term Mates

Evita March, Rachel Grieve, Eric Marx
2015 Journal of Relationships Research  
Results of independent-measures ANOVAS showed that heterosexual men considered a long-term mate's physical attractiveness significantly more of a necessity than heterosexual women.  ...  The aim of the current experiment was to explore the relationship between biological sex and sexual orientation on the necessity of a longterm and short-term mate's physical attractiveness and social level  ...  Sexual strategies theory predicts that women will consider the social level of a short-term mate more of a necessity compared to men, and results of the current study did not support this prediction.  ... 
doi:10.1017/jrr.2014.12 fatcat:vsutp54b3zc7rn4ecuwipdx374

The Necessity-Concerns Framework: a Multidimensional Theory Benefits from Multidimensional Analysis

L. Alison Phillips, Michael A. Diefenbach, Ian M. Kronish, Rennie M. Negron, Carol R. Horowitz
2014 Annals of Behavioral Medicine  
Background-Patients' medication-related concerns and necessity-beliefs predict adherence.  ...  Results-As posited by the Necessity-Concerns Framework (NCF) , the greatest and lowest adherence was reported by those with strong necessity-beliefs/weak concerns and strong concerns/ weak necessity-beliefs  ...  The linear terms (X and Y for the scale-centered necessity-beliefs and concerns, respectively) were entered in the first step of the hierarchical regression, the quadratic terms (X 2 , Y 2 , XY) in the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12160-013-9579-2 pmid:24500078 pmcid:PMC4104213 fatcat:nyxlqhajo5eixcec35awpgkm3m

Correlation of modified CT Severity Index with Complications of Acute Pancreatitis

Anuradha Kapali
2019 International Journal of Contemporary Medicine Surgery and Radiology  
Modified CT severity index can be used to predict the possibility of developing local and systemic complications, the need for interventions and necessity of ICU admission.  ...  This study aims to correlate the MCTSI grading system with patient outcome in terms of organ failure, mortality and duration of hospital stay.  ...  The accuracy of modified CT severity index in predicting local and systemic complications was calculated in terms of sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value.  ... 
doi:10.21276/ijcmsr.2019.4.4.27 fatcat:a6ubmy3atjhgfoka25kzkbq4wa

Page 487 of The Congregational Magazine Vol. 7, Issue 81 [page]

1824 The Congregational Magazine  
Now this is necessity.  ...  term which designates it, than from the simple relation of things which it in truth affirms.”  ... 

Medication beliefs and structural barriers to treatment adherence among people living with HIV infection

Seth Kalichman, Moira O. Kalichman, Chauncey Cherry
2015 Psychology and Health  
Purpose-To examine whether medication necessity and concerns beliefs predict antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence over and above structural adherence barriers associated with poverty.  ...  Results-In multivariable models, current drug use and medication necessity and concerns beliefs predicted treatment adherence over and above demographic, health, mental health, and structural factors.  ...  Beliefs regarding the necessity and concerns about ART predict accepting treatment when offered as well as long-term adherence (Horne, Cooper, Gellaitry, Date, & Fisher, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/08870446.2015.1111371 pmid:26534788 pmcid:PMC4918083 fatcat:xrdgidsfx5bzrppsulyb4vacbu

Self-management of chronic illness: the role of 'habit' versus reflective factors in exercise and medication adherence

L. Alison Phillips, Joshua Cohen, Edith Burns, Jessica Abrams, Steffi Renninger
2016 Journal of behavioral medicine  
133) in an in-person (n=80) or online (n=53) version of the study reported treatment-related (1) barriers, (2) beliefs and experiential feedback (reflective mechanisms of treatment-initiation and short-term  ...  ., habit-based) mechanisms of adherence to different treatment-related behaviors could improve non-adherence prediction and intervention efforts.  ...  A test of the interaction of patients' specific necessity beliefs for PA and PA-related habit strength was not significant in predicting self-reported PA frequency at follow-up (interaction term: SE B  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10865-016-9732-z pmid:26980098 fatcat:xuz223morjarnfmdn4kxf5egz4

Facilitating adherence to endocrine therapy in breast cancer: stability and predictive power of treatment expectations in a 2-year prospective study

Yiqi Pan, Sarah R. Heisig, Pia von Blanckenburg, Ute-Susann Albert, Peyman Hadji, Winfried Rief, Yvonne Nestoriuc
2018 Breast Cancer Research and Treatment  
Purpose To identify modifiable factors predictive of long-term adherence to adjuvant endocrine therapy (AET).  ...  Conclusions Patients' initial necessity-concern beliefs about the AET and early severity of side effects affect long-term adherence.  ...  Initial side-effect severity and necessity-concern beliefs predicted long-term adherence over and above the influence of sociodemographic, other medical, and psychosocial characteristics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10549-017-4637-2 pmid:29330625 pmcid:PMC5842254 fatcat:4naqce2bnvhehjr5rclvyfathi

Determinisms

Vladimír Marko
2016 Belgrade Philosophical Annual  
In the most of the actual literature a character of determinism is rarely enough explicitly underlined and we believe that it is the reason why common uses of the term often leads to inconsistencies and  ...  to causal necessity or (actual) necessity of the future truths.  ...  The failure in this inference consists in ascribing logical necessity to causal necessity and causal necessity to fatalism.  ... 
doi:10.5937/bpa1629115m fatcat:ogs5qmyqavb4nfkikbvgrqscgy

Automatic query reformulation with syntactic operators to alleviate search difficulty

Huizhong Duan, Rui Li, ChengXiang Zhai
2011 Proceedings of the 20th ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '11  
Besides explicit reformulation of query, there are also studies on implicit refinement of queries, such as term proximity [8, 9] and term necessity [13] refinement.  ...  For instance, a necessity operator (plus sign) preceding a query term requires the term to be present in each relevant document; a phrase operator (a pair of quotation marks) imposes that relevant documents  ... 
doi:10.1145/2063576.2063884 dblp:conf/cikm/DuanLZ11 fatcat:mtkdtll3ondvhi7th5qbrnvj4a

Evaluating stance-annotated sentences from the Brexit Blog Corpus: A quantitative linguistic analysis

Vasiliki Simaki, Carita Paradis, Andreas Kerren
2018 ICAME Journal  
Our goal is to identify features that determine the formal profiles of six stance categories (contrariety, hypotheticality, necessity, prediction, source of knowledge and uncertainty) in a subset of the  ...  forms than the sentences expressing other stances. necessity has longer lexical forms but shorter sentences, which are syntactically more complex.  ...  CONTRARIETY also differs from NECESSITY, SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE and HYPOTHETI-CALITY, in terms of adverb frequency use.  ... 
doi:10.1515/icame-2018-0007 fatcat:smao2tdxhzc5fjzlkiysaey52q

Assessing the Multidimensional Relationship Between Medication Beliefs and Adherence in Older Adults With Hypertension Using Polynomial Regression

Paul Dillon, L Alison Phillips, Paul Gallagher, Susan M Smith, Derek Stewart, Gráinne Cousins
2018 Annals of Behavioral Medicine  
Higher order polynomial terms for the concerns and necessity-beliefs were tested for model fit in predicting adherence at 12 months, adjusting for covariates.  ...  The linear terms (R 2 change=0.031, p<0.001) and quadratic terms (R 2 change=0.012, p=0.005) predicted the outcome but the cubic terms did not (R 2 change=0.007, p=0.128) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/abm/kax016 pmid:29538631 fatcat:copdhj63qramtkveygyxhpuuwi
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