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Towards Controlled and Diverse Generation of Article Comments [article]

Linhao Zhang, Houfeng Wang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we make the first step towards controllable generation of comments, by building a system that can explicitly control the emotion of the generated comments.  ...  Much research in recent years has focused on automatic article commenting. However, few of previous studies focus on the controllable generation of comments.  ...  Conclusion In this paper, we make the first step towards controlled and diverse article commenting.  ... 
arXiv:2107.11781v1 fatcat:olqnkcz4abfjzlqruvfd4gphuq

Opinionsim: Modelling And Simulating Stakeholders' Feedback To Product-Service Systems

Rui Neves-Silva, Paulo Pina
2017 Zenodo  
Additionally, to test the market segmentation functionalities we need to control the characteristics of the population generating the posts.  ...  DIVERSITY is related with the design of product-service systems (PSS) using real time feedback loops from internal and external stakeholders.  ...  Thus, the simulation generates, not only the posts, but the users generating them with a controlled relation between their segmentation characteristics and their opinions. II.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.836696 fatcat:wqv2bzvsbfg6jm67544fhlnjom

OpinionSim: Modelling and simulating stakeholders' feedback to product-service systems

Rui Neves-Silva, Paulo Pina
2017 2017 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC)  
Additionally, to test the market segmentation functionalities we need to control the characteristics of the population generating the posts.  ...  DIVERSITY is related with the design of product-service systems (PSS) using real time feedback loops from internal and external stakeholders.  ...  Thus, the simulation generates, not only the posts, but the users generating them with a controlled relation between their segmentation characteristics and their opinions. II.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ice.2017.8280051 dblp:conf/ice-itmc/Neves-SilvaP17 fatcat:cju774jdtredfhez2xxqfc5snq

Designing for Engaging with News using Moral Framing towards Bridging Ideological Divides [article]

Jessica Wang, Amy Zhang, David Karger
2022 arXiv   pre-print
via inline comments, and recommendations based on relevant moral frames.  ...  We describe two versions of features -- the first covering a suite of ways to interact with moral framing in news, and the second tailored towards collaborative annotation and discussion.  ...  Prior research toward bridging the ideological divide has focused on making diverse content more readily available and on encouraging people to seek diversity [47, 52] .  ... 
arXiv:2101.11231v4 fatcat:ykkrpyrvbveulejnsh4qf6yrte

Page 439 of The Canadian Review of Sociology Vol. 42, Issue 4 [page]

2005 The Canadian Review of Sociology  
An uneven disbursement of immi- grants across Canadian communities serves to increase such diversity. In turn, community differences can shape attitudes towards immigrants and cultural diversity.  ...  Controlling on all other relevant variables, more educated sample members were more supportive of cultural diversity, but the individual-level contact and scarce resources measures had non- significant  ... 

Page 1 of Science Trends Vol. 32, Issue 7 [page]

1974 Science Trends  
(An "updated" and revised edition of the AEC's Nov. 1972 survey of the nuclear fuel cycle incorporates data on a proposed Retrievable Surface Storage Facility, and a further analysis of general exposure  ...  (Individuals or organizations interested in commenting on EPA's proposals regarding standards for environmental levels of exposure may forward material to Criteria and Standards Division, Office of Radiation  ... 

Uncertain predictions of species responses to perturbations lead to underestimate changes at ecosystem level in diverse systems

Elisa Thebault
2020 Peer Community In Ecology  
Why scaling up uncertain predictions to higher levels of organisation will underestimate change (2020), bioRxiv, 2020.05.26.117200, ver. 3 peer-reviewed and recommended by Peer Community in Ecology.  ...  However, since the bias towards underestimation of change increases with species diversity, future studies will need to investigate how the general statistical effect outlined by Orr et al. might between  ...  Authors emphasize their method predicts the generation towards non-additive synergism --They use a geometric method to proof this statement yet the processes underlying diversity metrics can be different  ... 
doi:10.24072/pci.ecology.100063 fatcat:jnfomx4tfzdqnjb5pphcs7p5im

Attitudes towards chiropractic: an analysis of written comments from a survey of north american orthopaedic surgeons

Jason W Busse, Janey Jim, Craig Jacobs, Trung Ngo, Robert Rodine, David Torrance, Abhaya V Kulkarni, Brad Petrisor, Brian Drew, Mohit Bhandari
2011 Chiropractic & Manual Therapies  
Our survey included an option for respondants to include written comments, and our present analysis is restricted to these comments.  ...  Two reviewers, independantly and in duplicate, coded all written comments using thematic analysis. Results: 487 surgeons completed the survey (response rate 49%), and 174 provided written comments.  ...  Acknowledgements No funds were received for the preparation of this manuscript. Dr. Busse  ... 
doi:10.1186/2045-709x-19-25 pmid:21970333 pmcid:PMC3212887 fatcat:oqypft4oujbmxnlxjtme2jxdeu

First Record of Freshwater Fish on the Cape Verdean Archipelago

Kay Lucek, Mélissa Lemoine
2012 African Zoology  
Article 6 -General measures for conservation and sustainable use 12.  ...  6 -General measures for conservation and sustainable use X c) Article 7 -Identification and monitoring X d) Article 8 -In-situ conservation X e) Article 8(h) -Alien species X f) Article 8  ... 
doi:10.3377/004.047.0214 fatcat:kax547tf2nb2zipjlaz7mju2vm

Supplemental material for this article is available online

Brittany E. Hayes, Michelle E. Protas
2021 Figshare  
Supplemental Material for Child Marriage and Intimate Partner Violence: An Examination of Individual, Community, and National Factors by Brittany E. Hayes and Michelle E.  ...  Protas, in Journal of Interpersonal Violence  ...  , underlying research literature, methodology, and analysis or results in terms of diversity.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.16574060.v1 fatcat:fae3v2ymnrddbpprdq6lemcr6a

Time to Extubation—What Causes the Variations?

Preet Mohinder Singh, Anuradha Borle, Jason McGavin, Anjan Trikha, Ashish Sinha
2017 Obesity Surgery  
Although intuitively we agree to their comment and this can certainly form one of the objectives to be explored for future research on this topic.  ...  Comparison of the recovery profile between desflurane and sevoflurane in patients undergoing bariatric surgery-a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Obes Surg. 2017;27(11):3031-9. 2.  ...  Although intuitively we agree to their comment and this can certainly form one of the objectives to be explored for future research on this topic.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11695-017-3004-z pmid:29080973 fatcat:tpi3o7ykp5aadepgovy7g737q4

Mother-reported parental weight talk and adolescent girls' emotional health, weight control attempts, and disordered eating behaviors

Katherine W Bauer, Michaela M Bucchianeri, Dianne Neumark-Sztainer
2013 Journal of Eating Disorders  
among a socio-demographically diverse population of mothers and their adolescent daughters.  ...  For example, among girls whose parents never commented on their weight, 4.2% reported use of any extreme weight control behaviors, while 23.2% of girls whose parents frequently commented on their weight  ...  Together these results are important as some mothers may believe that weight comments directed toward daughters or themselves will prompt greater use of healthful weight control strategies among their  ... 
doi:10.1186/2050-2974-1-45 pmid:24999423 pmcid:PMC4081797 fatcat:b4k4tplstvdgtfniwppmmy3l54

Page 294 of Harvard Law Review Vol. 47, Issue 2 [page]

1933 Harvard Law Review  
J. 499, referring in particular to the bill drafted by Attorney General Mitchell, S. 927, 72d Cong. 1st Sess. See also Warren, Corporations and Diversity of Citizenship (1933) 19 VA. L.  ...  Should the movement toward restric- tion of diversity of citizenship jurisdiction, which lately has made considerable headway, find legislative favor, the pressure of business in the Court would doubtless  ... 

Toward a mature industrial practice of software test automation

Hong Zhu, Daniel Hoffman, John Hughes, Dianxiang Xu
2014 Software quality journal  
and usage-based control of accesses.  ...  Their detailed and constructive comments greatly helped to improve the quality of the papers and are highly appreciated. The guest co-editors would also like to thank Prof.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11219-014-9232-8 fatcat:hrqf2czgf5bc5e33ywsggrdtfi

Enhancing Intercultural Competence: Can it be done without Studying Abroad?

Lata Krishnan, Lan Jin, Charles Calahan
2021 Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders  
Comparison of the pre- and post-IDI® scores showed a significant increase in intercultural competence in the intervention group and no change in score in the control group participants.  ...  Forty-one students who did not take the course comprised the control group.  ...  Disclosures All authors are salaried employees of Purdue University.  ... 
doi:10.30707/tlcsd5.2.1624983591.687169 fatcat:qsde6nxnvbhlfismuhrachdjlu
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