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2019 Index IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering Vol. 31

2020 IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering  
., +, TKDE Feb. 2019 385-400 User Preference Analysis for Most Frequent Peer/Dominator. Deng, K., +, Normalization of Duplicate Records from Multiple Sources.  ...  Lyu, B., +, TKDE Feb. 2019 385-400 User Preference Analysis for Most Frequent Peer/Dominator. Deng, K., +, Learning Customer Behaviors for Effective Load Forecasting.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tkde.2019.2953412 fatcat:jkmpnsjcf5a3bhhf4ian66mj5y

'The vsuall speach of the Court'? Investigating language change in the Tudor family network (1544–1556)

Mel Evans
2015 Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics  
Elizabeth and her nearest kin, it appears that Elizabeth's changing position within the Court network, from a peripheral to more central member, may have played a part in the Court's catalyst effect for  ...  AbstractThis paper considers how micro-level analysis can enrich our understanding of macro-level processes of language change, using a case study of the Tudors.  ...  Acknowledgment: I wish to thank the two anonymous reviewers and the editors for their thoughtful and astute feedback on a previous version of this paper. All remaining errors are my own.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jhsl-2015-0011 fatcat:ovssfvvzsvgilguvhy3d5kp44u

Knowing is not enough: a qualitative report on HIV testing among heterosexual African-American men

Keosha T. Bond, Victoria Frye, Raekiela Taylor, Kim Williams, Sebastian Bonner, Debbie Lucy, Malik Cupid, Linda Weiss, Beryl A. Koblin
2014 AIDS Care  
Results revealed that HIV testing was frequent among the participants. Even with high rates of testing, the men in the study had low  ...  To address this and inform the development of an HIV prevention behavioral intervention for heterosexual African-American men, we conducted computerized, structured interviews with 61 men, focus group  ...  The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540121.2014.963009 pmid:25298014 pmcid:PMC4353668 fatcat:dpkiv7twcjgvddafe4lkcemgli

Inclusive Parks across Ages: Multifunction and Urban Open Space Management for Children, Adolescents, and the Elderly

Elin P Sundevall, Märit Jansson
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
In urban areas where increased density has caused loss of urban open space (UOS), there is a need for high-quality parks that are inclusive and fit for multiple user groups.  ...  UOS managers can develop parks to suit different age groups, promote user participation within management, and develop social multifunction to create inclusive parks for various age groups.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors wish to thank the children, adolescents, and elderly users and the park manager for participating in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17249357 pmid:33327579 pmcid:PMC7765052 fatcat:4olqka6kqrathcnc7pjw4su2se

Approximating Aggregation Queries in Peer-to-Peer Networks

B. Arai, G. Das, D. Gunopulos, V. Kalogeraki
2006 22nd International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE'06)  
The problem of answering large scale, ad-hoc analysis queries -e.g., aggregation queries -on these databases poses unique challenges.  ...  Peer-to-peer databases are becoming prevalent on the Internet for distribution and sharing of documents, applications, and other digital media.  ...  Ripeanu at the University of Chicago for providing us with the Gnutella topologies samples. The work of Kalogeraki and Gunopulos was supported by NSF 0330481.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2006.23 dblp:conf/icde/AraiDGK06 fatcat:uwlpd2a3evf55f3nlizdqkbh6i

Efficient progressive processing of skyline queries in peer-to-peer systems

Huajing Li, Qingzhao Tan, Wang-Chien Lee
2006 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Scalable information systems - InfoScale '06  
However, most of existing studies focus on skyline query processing in centralized systems. Only recently, skyline queries are considered in a distributed computing environment.  ...  Proof: The proof is straightforward according to the definition of cluster (peer) domination.  ...  We choose the value range for each attribute to be within [0, 1], with a smaller value preferred by users.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1146847.1146873 dblp:conf/infoscale/LiTL06 fatcat:npn45mudlffcbhobacuxmzwdh4

Weisz communication styles inventory (WCSI: Version 1.0): development and validation

Robert Weisz, Jahanvash Karim
2011 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
(R) for affection, ideas (I) for attention, structures (S) for confirmation, and values (V) for esteem.  ...  Multiple Correspondence Analysis and Latent Class Analysis (study 1) results indicated that 15-items communication styles inventory discriminates well among the four communication styles (i.e., R, I, S  ...  In addition, Sullivan (1953) asserts that the need for affection and respect from peers dominate this period.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.04.063 fatcat:2abod7yz7jhf3afyaabfbkgpf4

Behaviour of Children and Adolescents and the Use of Mobile Phones in Primary Schools in the Czech Republic

Kamil Kopecký, Francisco-Domingo Fernández-Martín, René Szotkowski, Gerardo Gómez-García, Klára Mikulcová
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The results show that the use of mobile phones was linked to the one of the social networks, YouTube and videogames for the most part.  ...  Similarly, those young people who had them at school preferred to use them, instead of practicing sports or social activities.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the Centre for the Prevention of Virtual Risk Communication at the Faculty of Education of Palacký University in Olomouc, in cooperation with O2 Czech Republic  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18168352 pmid:34444102 pmcid:PMC8393999 fatcat:gfy7ebxg4jarve772bkywg2xbu

Ranking to Learn and Learning to Rank: On the Role of Ranking in Pattern Recognition Applications [article]

Giorgio Roffo
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The main objective of a ranking algorithm is to sort objects according to some criteria, so that, the most relevant items will appear early in the produced result list.  ...  In this context, the ranking model's purpose is to sort objects according to their degrees of relevance, importance, or preference as defined in the specific application.  ...  We performed a statistical analysis of personality and userspreferences, linking the 5 personality factors and the most favorite users’ product categories (i.e., most clicked) by means of the affinity  ... 
arXiv:1706.05933v1 fatcat:oc4xtmyqkvf4njpqsojewv75qu

Outdoor life, nature experience, and sports in Norway: tensions and dilemmas in the preservation and use of urban forest

Kirsti Pedersen Gurholt, Trygve B. Broch
2017 Sport in Society  
Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to OOF, to Hans-Petter Aas for insightful discussions and to professor Harald Beyer Broch for valuable comments on an early draft, as well as to the two blind  ...  Brox elucidates Bateson's relevance to environmental issues, suggesting that feelings of belonging and commitment to peers dominate the values in focus, whilst evidence gets short shrift.  ...  Most importantly, this approach highlights exchanges of power, in which the mediated narratives of individuals or groups discursively cement preferred understandings.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17430437.2017.1390938 fatcat:ctxdlc5hmfdspex53zot54rlxm

OpenKnowledge for peer-to-peer experimentation in protein identification by MS/MS

Siu-wai Leung, Xueping Quan, Paolo Besana, Qian Li, Mark Collins, Dietlind Gerloff, Dave Robertson
2011 Automated Experimentation  
Results: Peer ranking experiments with simulated peers exhibited characteristic behaviours, e.g., power law effect (a few dominant peers dominate), similar to that observed in the traditional Web.  ...  Traditional scientific workflow platforms usually run individual experiments with little evaluation and analysis of performance as required by automated experimentation in which scientists are being allowed  ...  OKCs for system roles spectra_input and output_interface were implemented with GUIs for human users to upload the MS spectra and display MS/MS identification results.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1759-4499-3-3 pmid:22192521 pmcid:PMC3377912 fatcat:axzezzkyorcpfjzytf2j55puuq

Antimicrobial Use, Residues, Resistance and Governance in the Food and Agriculture Sectors, Tanzania

Robinson H. Mdegela, Elibariki R. Mwakapeje, Bachana Rubegwa, Daniel T. Gebeyehu, Solange Niyigena, Victoria Msambichaka, Hezron E. Nonga, Nicolas Antoine-Moussiaux, Folorunso O. Fasina
2021 Antibiotics  
An increased usage of antimicrobials for prophylaxis, and therapeutics against pathogens and for growth promotion in livestock, aquaculture and crop production were observed.  ...  The increased rate at which antimicrobials are becoming ineffective is a global health risk of increasing concern that threatens withdrawal of beneficial antimicrobials for disease control.  ...  Acknowledgments: We want to thank Charles Bebay, the Regional Manager, ECTAD East Africa for facilitating the linkages for FAO volunteering in 2019 and approval for the work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/antibiotics10040454 pmid:33923689 fatcat:4wbr7inhrnfgndb4oobe46ygxq

Transnational Networks' Contribution to Health Policy Diffusion: A Mixed Method Study of the PerformanceBased Financing Community of Practice in Africa

Lara Gautier, Manuela De Allegri, Valéry Ridde
2020 International Journal of Health Policy and Management  
The broad consensus in online PBF thematic discussions created a strong sense of community, a breeding ground for emulation among CoP members.  ...  Secondly, the relational data extracted from these 1346 forum posts was examined using social network analysis (SNA).  ...  We would also like to thank Guillaume Fournié for providing assistance in conducting our SNA, and Isabelle Guérin for her continuous support of this research.  ... 
doi:10.34172/ijhpm.2020.57 pmid:32610754 pmcid:PMC9056145 fatcat:povwbbdtajelzprbqlem37ou2a

Evaluating Learners' Satisfaction with a Distance Online CLIL Lesson During the Pandemic

Wen-hsien Yang, Li-zu Yang
2021 English Teaching & Learning  
and interacting with familiar peers dominate the classroom, and little attention is paid to academic register and subject-cognitive functions of discourse [65, 66] .  ...  more frequently in pair or group work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42321-021-00091-5 fatcat:dgbwilsgcjdfdbsmz2thqe4rwi

E-Poster Viewing

2020 European psychiatry  
We used SANSS and CGI-Scale for negative symtoms and metabolic rates (weight, IMC, Glucose, Colestherol, TG and prolactin) and abdominal perimeter. Results: 40 patients was incluided. 60% are male.  ...  Results: 5,305 males and 674 females differed in most of the descriptive characteristics (Figure-1) and game-genres preferences .  ...  Hesitation wounds are most frequent in affective and impulse-control disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2020.6 fatcat:c2s2sepaknaujhnoa4kay5hgre
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