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Hyperlinked video offers new interaction possibilities with streaming media and the opportunity to move electronic commerce from the personal computer to the television receiver while making it more dynamic ... ., video on the Internet or other forms of video-ondemand systems), and published media such as DVD (digital versatile disc). ... Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank Nuno Vasconcelos for explaining his algorithms, Michael Ponder at J. C. Penney Company, Inc., for his assistance with ...doi:10.1147/sj.393.0470 fatcat:i2ksvdz7xrfkjoun6yd54vfp24
This is motivated by the observation that hyper-partisanship is often linked to low trustworthiness, e.g., appealing to emotions rather than sticking to the facts, while center media tend to be generally ... The evaluation results show sizable performance gains by the joint models over models that target the problems in isolation. ... The project is developed in collaboration between the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI), HBKU. ...arXiv:1904.00542v1 fatcat:cymg65a5ubb5tmihxb26veqcsm
SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal
., and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His Ph.D. research was performed at the MIT Media Laboratory. ... Dakss received a master’s degree in media technology at the MIT Media Laboratory in 1999, where he devel- oped authoring tools for hyperlinked video and produced “Hyper-Soap” and an interactive cooking ...
SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal
Michael Bove, Jr., is Associate Professor at the MIT Media V. Michael Bove, Jr. Laboratory. ... He holds three degrees from MIT and has been on the facul- ty since 1989, researching digital television in the Media Laboratory. ...
INTRODUCTION As the MIT Media Laboratory celebrates its 10th anniversary in 1995, this makes a fitting time to describe it for the CHI audience. ... After a long history of serving MIT as well as the country, and well known for a leading role in the scientific ...doi:10.1145/257089.257211 dblp:conf/chi/Schmandt96 fatcat:vf2nm62eyzeo3hfpa7kc4fnaoe
The aim of this paper is to describe a genre that is gaining importance in contemporary humanities, and especially in its areas devoted to digital media – the technical report. ... The case study discussed in this text is devoted to a series of technical reports from the MIT Trope Tank lab, which are interpreted in the light of a manifestotext for this form of communication, Beyond ... One of the most influential labs in the world is the MIT Media Lab in Cam bridge, Massachusetts, which can be treated as a sort of model for this type of research work and knowledge production. ...doi:10.15804/kie.2015.04.10 fatcat:fakmw2pclfandbowcjqmrchwzi
IBM Systems Journal
Resnick, an associate professor at the MIT Media Laboratory, studies the role of new technological tools in learning and education. ... Computing with everyday objects The papers in this section relate to a new MIT Media Laboratory initiative called Things That Think. ...doi:10.1147/sj.353.0441 fatcat:4gb24hpxhjcszd6lqjugqjtvjy
Journal of Science Education and Technology
A study of the impact of a MIT microelectronics online laboratory on student learning. ... The MIT Faculty Newsletter 16(2): 1, 8-11. Breslow, L. (1986). Media ecology: An interdisciplinary approach to the study of communication. ...
American Journal of Public Health
lhe question of expense, however, must asian arefully considered r own laboratories the question arose ference to special agar media, such as | Arevered trom ___ | id acetate and Russel double sugar, ... _ briefly mit cents an hour (about $80 cents per hour. ...
(MIT) Media Laboratory heard last week. ... Nicholas Negroponte, director of the laboratory, said that -as with many Media Lab projects -work on this goal is still at an early stage. ...doi:10.1038/44660 pmid:10553892 fatcat:43iqyiibkfgnddtnroctqpfpue
They talk about information technology, the information age, the information superhighway. They discuss how computers enable people to send, access, and manipulate information in many new ways. ... Walk through the MIT Media Laboratory, and you get a very different view. In one room, you see people using new sensor technologies to create new types of musical instruments. ... Resnick, associate professor at the MIT Media Laboratory and head of the lab's Okawa Center, develops new technological tools and toys in an effort to help people (particularly children) learn new things ...doi:10.1147/sj.393.0816 fatcat:4qrd5mlqgfczjgqptcxtsgewj4
IBM Systems Journal
Physics and media by N. Gershenfeld its are bits has been the very successful mantra of the MIT Media Laboratory for its first decade. ... For these reasons, the Physics and Media Group of the MIT Media Lab is working on projects that include digital musical instruments and electronic books that can emulate and generalize the performance ... Neil Gershenfeld MIT Media Laboratory, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139-4307 (electronic mail: email@example.com) . Dr. ...doi:10.1147/sj.353.0575 fatcat:cfyn7perencz7drqscx3agttxi
Krithi Ramamritham, head of the Media Lab Asia's centre at the IIT in Mumbai, says that after the initial planning phase, the project got virtually no technical guidance from MIT. ... Shourie adds that the project was failing to attract private funds, and that the Indian government didn't want to pay US$5 million over ten years to use the name 'Media Lab' , to which MIT claims the rights ... says Amy Sparks, director of the University of Iowa Reproductive Testing Laboratory in Iowa City. ...doi:10.1038/423213a pmid:12748607 fatcat:cm4fkx6qdzfhbmevrexclvf5be
Learning has been a core research interest at the MIT Media Laboratory since we opened our doors in 1985. ... MIT Media Laboratory, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139-4307 (electronic mail: walter@media. mit.edu) . Mr. ...doi:10.1147/sj.393.0683 fatcat:p37sw5h32ngltoakxfdkqxrfay
The lay press and our own relatives constantly ask us at the MIT Media Laboratory whether the Internet will converge with television, and how television will become interactive. ... The future of media is on the public agenda. And although technical invention alone cannot define the issue or the outcome, it has a role to play. ... He is associate director of the MIT Media Laboratory and a lecturer at MIT. He holds seven patents in television and digital image processing. ...doi:10.1147/sj.393.0435 fatcat:h7arcvrjxrfs7cvaqnyrr23oji
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