Filters








169 Hits in 3.3 sec

Turn the Page: Automated Traversal of Paginated Websites [chapter]

Tim Furche, Giovanni Grasso, Andrey Kravchenko, Christian Schallhart
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We obtain these results with a novel framework for web block classification, BER y L, that combines rule-based reasoning for feature extraction and machine learning for feature selection and classification  ...  In particular, focused crawlers and data extraction systems target only fractions of the individual pages of a given site, rendering a highly accurate identification of pagination links essential to avoid  ...  While focused crawlers are driven by a given topic, web data extraction systems often automatise the extraction of data from specific web sites. In this respect, pagination links are fundamental.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31753-8_27 fatcat:42tu5nlqrbc5xgdtf3pkigpgoy

Extracting knowledge from the web and social media for progress monitoring in public outreach and science communication

Arno Scharl, David D. Herring
2013 Proceedings of the 19th Brazilian symposium on Multimedia and the web - WebMedia '13  
It introduces the NOAA Media Watch and presents a detailed case study of how the metrics and visualizations of the webLyzard Web intelligence platform are used to track information flows across online  ...  beyond sentiment analysis and related opinion mining approaches.  ...  the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (www.bmvit.gv.at).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2526188.2526219 dblp:conf/webmedia/ScharlH13 fatcat:4yaiajz6tnacxpg5efylertvdu

A scientometric analysis of 15 years of CHINZ conferences

David M. Nichols, Sally Jo Cunningham
2015 Proceedings of the 15th New Zealand Conference on Human-Computer Interaction - CHINZ 2015  
CHINZ appears to compare well with the larger APCHI conference on citation-based measures. 42% of CHINZ papers were found as open access versions on the web.  ...  In this paper we analyse the history of CHINZ through citations, authorship and online presence.  ...  Data was manually extracted from the ACM Digital Library for CHINZ conferences for 2001-3 and 2005-2012. Data for the 2004 joint conference with APCHI was extr acted from SpringerLink.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2808047.2808060 dblp:conf/chinz/NicholsC15 fatcat:i3rtblwxzzcrnlg3kyjyvaprve

Time, Space, and Text in the Elementary School Digital Writing Classroom

Kathy A. Mills, Beryl Exley
2014 Written Communication  
A new writing program taught students how to design multimodal and digital texts across a range of genres and text types, such as web pages, online comics, video documentaries and blogs.  ...  Theorists of multiliteracies, social semiotics, and the New Literacy Studies have drawn attention to the potential changing nature of writing and literacy in the context of networked communications.  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0741088314542757 fatcat:nipxvi5r3jdz3hrxvgv53cdfwa

From Status of Experts to Status of Surfers: A New Approach of Social Practices on the Internet

Martin M
2017 Journal of Mental Disorders and Treatment  
The Technologies of Information and Communication (TIC) are responsible for the development of innovative paradigms.  ...  This access to everything and everyone also opens on another phenomenon like, for some users, to invest themselves in missions usually reserved for experts.  ...  and each Internet user can expose, through the creation of Web pages or, even, for that of its inscription on social networks, passions, skills, etc.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2471-271x.1000147 fatcat:swrcwgzpgbae7pv3k2z4krrba4

Natural interaction in intelligent spaces: Designing for architecture and entertainment

Flavia Sparacino
2008 Multimedia tools and applications  
Thanks to wireless sensing techniques it is possible to endow a space with perceptual intelligence, and make it aware of how people use it, move in it, or react to it.  ...  The rapid evolution of computers' processing power, progress in projection and display technology, and their low cost, accompanied by recent advances in mathematical modeling, make available to space designers  ...  While the Internet allows designers to author and display animated web pages, with moving text and images, the browsers we have available today are still quite primitive.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-007-0193-9 fatcat:k5yszxwx3fdwbjr5uy3zrnwnzy

Natural Interaction in Intelligent Spaces: Designing for Architecture and Entertainment [chapter]

Flavia Sparacino
2009 Handbook of Multimedia for Digital Entertainment and Arts  
Thanks to wireless sensing techniques it is possible to endow a space with perceptual intelligence, and make it aware of how people use it, move in it, or react to it.  ...  The rapid evolution of computers' processing power, progress in projection and display technology, and their low cost, accompanied by recent advances in mathematical modeling, make available to space designers  ...  While the Internet allows designers to author and display animated web pages, with moving text and images, the browsers we have available today are still quite primitive.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-89024-1_32 fatcat:xau6vzf4ynenbmwqzhgpzym5uq

Integrating the Visual Design Discipline with Information Systems Research and Practice

Daniel A. Peak, Victor R. Prybutok, Yu "Andy" Wu, Chenyan Xu
2011 Informing Science  
We propose that visual aesthetic design be integrated with IS theory and describe the benefits that are potentially gained from this transdisciplinary approach.  ...  This paper examines the relationship between visual design and information systems (IS) design and describes how IS theory and practice has viewed visual design (an aesthetic discipline) from a positivist  ...  We believe such a deficit in web-based research and development can be remedied by integrating the theory and skills of visual aesthetic design with IS web-based systems.  ... 
doi:10.28945/1514 fatcat:xbfzzultpvfyjpgl3lpduxveia

The effect of LRRK2 loss-of-function variants in humans

Nicola Whiffin, Genome Aggregation Database Production Team, Irina M. Armean, Aaron Kleinman, Jamie L. Marshall, Eric V. Minikel, Julia K. Goodrich, Nicholas M. Quaife, Joanne B. Cole, Qingbo Wang, Konrad J. Karczewski, Beryl B. Cummings (+28 others)
2020 Nature Medicine  
and the potential toxicity of therapeutic inhibitors targeting these genes1,2.  ...  After stringent variant curation, we identify 1,455 individuals with high-confidence pLoF variants in LRRK2.  ...  We have included the theoretical odds ratios that our sample size is powered to detect for our pheWAS study with the 23andMe data, and a power analysis for our age distribution analysis to demonstrate  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41591-020-0893-5 pmid:32461697 pmcid:PMC7303015 fatcat:irgsxjj7hjcqxozluidvnjse7u

Effect of a Single AGE Modification on the Structure and Chaperone Activity of Human αB-Crystallin†

Jaya Bhattacharyya, Ekaterina V. Shipova, Puttur Santhoshkumar, K. Krishna Sharma, Beryl J. Ortwerth
2007 Biochemistry  
FIGURE 1: Schematic representation of the modification of RB-crystallin-K90C to K90C-AE (aminoethylation) and K90C-OP (3oxidopyridinium ethylation).  ...  We compared the structural and functional properties of K90C-OP with the original K90C mutant, with K90C chemically modified back to a lysine analog (K90C-AE), and with wild-type human RB-crystallin.  ...  We also thank Beverly DaGue, John Mayginnes, and Tatiana Alexenko for mass spectrometric studies, protein preparation, and graphical design, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1021/bi701326b pmid:18027913 fatcat:fhtntvqk25c3pde7dh36luifvy

Download Complete Issue: 38 (8MB)

Complete Issue
2001 Cartographic Perspectives  
they could extract and interpret both thematic and data certainty information.  ...  Both the ease of extracting and pro- data certainty information cessing thematic data, as well as the ease of extracting and processing are likely to be affected by the data certainty information  ... 
doi:10.14714/cp38.799 fatcat:xe3sco2kovdtrffhsuqe3ew2lu

Getting in and getting on in medical careers: how the rules of the game are gendered

Carol Linehan, Catherine Sweeney, Geraldine Boylan, Kate Meghen, Siún O' Flynn
2013 Gender, Sexuality & Feminism  
Data consists of both primary (24 interviews with senior female doctors) and secondary sources (national press reports, interviews, records of speeches etc.) drawn from Ireland and the United Kingdom.  ...  From the data, we explore what is seen as a problem in terms of gender and medical careers and what is not, how problems are discussed (in individual or systemic terms), and thus what changes are legitimized  ...  Later, the web search was extended to include opinion pieces, letters pages, and symposia reviews in publications such as the Lancet, British Medical Journal, the BBC (online), the Independent (United  ... 
doi:10.3998/gsf.12220332.0001.102 fatcat:w7bmxcvlifalden3qodroksghe

Landscape of X chromosome inactivation across human tissues

Taru Tukiainen, Alexandra-Chloé Villani, Angela Yen, Manuel A. Rivas, Jamie L. Marshall, Rahul Satija, Matt Aguirre, Laura Gauthier, Mark Fleharty, Andrew Kirby, Beryl B. Cummings, Stephane E. Castel (+247 others)
2017 Nature  
sequence data.  ...  XCI is, however, incomplete in humans: up to one-third of X-chromosomal genes are expressed from both the active and inactive X chromosomes (Xa and Xi, respectively) in female cells, with the degree of  ...  representation of each gene for downstream analyses.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature24265 pmid:29022598 pmcid:PMC5685192 fatcat:bkdhcafyzba5bfhisp5adbb5oq

L'ORACOLO PROVVISORIO

ANTONIO ROMANO
2019 Rivista Italiana di Antropologia Applicata  
Notably, in this article I consider the main online Indigenous web-sites where data on Tåîchô and Yellowknives Dene communities' culture and communications are collected.  ...  and language in ways that challenge conventional representations of the digital divide 2 .  ... 
doi:10.32054/2499-1848-2019-2-3 fatcat:wjcx5xcwpbbstgrku6aibyctue

Satellite Remote Sensing of Tropical Cyclones [chapter]

Song Yang, Joshua Cossuth
2016 Recent Developments in Tropical Cyclone Dynamics, Prediction, and Detection  
Finally, the multisatellite-sensor data fusion technique is explained as the best way to automatically monitor and track the global TC's position, structure, and intensity.  ...  The impacts of satellite remote sensing on TC forecasts are discussed with respect to helping reduce the TC's track and intensity forecast errors.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the financial supports from the ONR project "tropical cyclone structure and intensity" and NRL base project "hurricane eyewall dynamics" (PE 61153N), and  ... 
doi:10.5772/64114 fatcat:ouhrcvt36raknmn5eomjziyxlu
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 169 results