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How Low Should You Go? Low Response Rates and the Validity of Inference in IS Questionnaire Research

Stephen Sivo, Carol Saunders, Qing Chang, James Jiang
2006 Journal of the AIS  
To illustrate how nonresponse error may bias findings in IS research, we calculate its impact on confidence intervals.  ...  We believe IS researchers can and should do a better of job of improving (assuring) the validity of their findings by minimizing nonresponse error.  ...  This is especially true of e-mail and web-based questionnaires that can reach a large number of people with the touch of a key.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00093 fatcat:tlatgembvvbm5mfgm5rytt66mu

"It wasn't me, was it?" Plagiarism and the Web

Dànielle DeVoss, Annette C. Rosati
2002 Computers and Composition  
Issues of plagiarism are complex, and made all the more complicated by students' increasing use of the World Wide Web as a research space.  ...  We share these examples to explore how issues related to plagiarism and its effects are both reproduced and change in new research spaces.  ...  There are a variety of practical, critical, writing-rich ways to engage students in web-based research and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s8755-4615(02)00112-3 fatcat:ofnhs3jqarhgxmi2qkfhyj57ce

Manipulating perceived social presence through the web interface and its impact on attitude towards online shopping

Khaled Hassanein, Milena Head
2007 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
This paper explores how human warmth and sociability can be integrated through the web interface to positively impact consumer attitudes towards online shopping.  ...  Electronic commerce typically lacks human warmth and sociability, since it is more impersonal, anonymous and automated than traditional face-to-face commerce.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was partially funded by research grants from the National Engineering and Research Council (NSERC) of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2006.11.018 fatcat:57mprxhyizggfk647pzqcsal5a

An Emotional Talking Head for a Humoristic Chatbot [chapter]

Agnese Augello, Orazio Gambino, Vincenzo Cannella, Roberto Pirrone, Salvatore Gaglio, Giovanni Pilato
2011 Applications of Digital Signal Processing  
SAMIR is used as a support system to web users. In Liu et al. (2008) a talking head is used to create a man-car-entertainment interaction system.  ...  The chatbot reacts accordingly to the user jokes, adapting the expression of its talking head.  ...  An Emotional Talking Head for a Humoristic Chatbot, Applications of Digital Signal Processing, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5772/26558 fatcat:rst5jz4bhbas5f4dxbxmbwg564

One-Shot Free-View Neural Talking-Head Synthesis for Video Conferencing [article]

Ting-Chun Wang, Arun Mallya, Ming-Yu Liu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a neural talking-head video synthesis model and demonstrate its application to video conferencing.  ...  Our motion is encoded based on a novel keypoint representation, where the identity-specific and motion-related information is decomposed unsupervisedly.  ...  We thank Jan Kautz for his valuable comments throughout the development of the work.  ... 
arXiv:2011.15126v3 fatcat:zz2pul5myvahtey44ricz6gn3m

Turning away from talking heads

Bonnie A. Nardi, Heinrich Schwarz, Allan Kuchinsky, Robert Leichner, Steve Whittaker, Robert Sclabassi
1993 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '93  
To date, most research on the value of video has concentrated on "taLking heads" video in which the video images are of remote participants conferring or performing some task together.  ...  In contrast to talking heads video, we studied video-as-data in which video images of the workspace and work objects are the focus of interest, and convey criticat information about the work.  ...  Steve Gate's previous work on the project was of great value.  ... 
doi:10.1145/169059.169261 dblp:conf/chi/NardiSKLWS93 fatcat:iwpjbr4egnexzfxxuscfesiyj4

Optimization of an Image-Based Talking Head System

Kang Liu, Joern Ostermann
2009 EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing  
This paper presents an image-based talking head system, which includes two parts: analysis and synthesis.  ...  A critical issue of the synthesis is the unit selection which selects and concatenates these appropriate mouth images from the database such that they match the spoken words of the talking head.  ...  The authors would like to thank Tobias Elbrandt for his helpful comments and suggestions in the evaluation of the subjective tests.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2009/174192 fatcat:3bdzxuf22bhzzersxdbrqvheem

Text-based editing of talking-head video

Ohad Fried, Maneesh Agrawala, Ayush Tewari, Michael Zollhöfer, Adam Finkelstein, Eli Shechtman, Dan B Goldman, Kyle Genova, Zeyu Jin, Christian Theobalt
2019 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
large variety of edits, such as the addition, removal, and alteration of words, as well as convincing language translation and full sentence synthesis.  ...  This work was supported by the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, the Max Planck Center for Visual Computing and Communications, ERC Consolidator Grant 4DRepLy (770784), Adobe Systems, and the Office of  ...  Text-based Editing of Talking-head Video • 68:13  ... 
doi:10.1145/3306346.3323028 fatcat:4om6pveolfarrje4t4a2be4c2a

Reproducibility crisis: Blame it on the antibodies

Monya Baker
2015 Nature  
"At the end of the day, how the binder works in the application is more important, " he says.  ...  You can't just throw them on your sample and expect the result you get is 100% reliable without putting some critical thinking into it, " says James Trimmer, head of NeuroMab at the University of California  ...  BAD ANTIBODIES The most common problems with antibodies and how to avoid them. CROSS-REACTIVITY Problem: Separate batches of antibody can perform di erently.  ... 
doi:10.1038/521274a pmid:25993940 fatcat:scb5ghoirreb7m7ofvcvnklwu4

Corpus-based generation of head and eyebrow motion for an embodied conversational agent

Mary Ellen Foster, Jon Oberlander
2007 Language Resources and Evaluation  
We present a system that uses corpus-based selection strategies to specify the head and eyebrow motion of an animated talking head.  ...  We then present two different methods of selecting motions for the talking head based on the corpus data: one that chooses the majority option in all cases, and one that makes a weighted choice among all  ...  In this project, we select the head and eyebrow motions of a synthetic talking head in a multimodal dialogue system based on the recorded and annotated behaviour of a speaker reading a script of similar  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10579-007-9055-3 fatcat:cw4olvmh2bfajld7ldirhjauau

Towards An Understanding of Cloud Computing's Impact on Organizational it Strategy

Ruoning Qian, Prashant Palvia
2013 Journal of IT Cases and Applications  
Grounded theory approach is used in this study and a model is generated based on qualitative analysis.  ...  In order to learn how cloud computing is going to bring changes to organizational IT strategy, we conducted interviews with CIOs/IT directors from US companies which has adopted the cloud service to understand  ...  One of the limitations of this study is that, the impact model is generated from data, and is still subjective to further validation of a survey, which would cover a much larger company bases.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15228053.2013.10845727 fatcat:o3vwgf5li5dbjk3sz3hgasudya

RMT: A Dialog-Based Research Methods Tutor With or Without a Head [chapter]

Peter Wiemer-Hastings, David Allbritton, Elizabeth Arnott
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Its modular architecture enables the interchange and evaluation of different tools and techniques for improving tutoring.  ...  In this paper, we describe the RMT architecture and give the results of an initial experiment that compared RMT's animated agent "talking head" with a text-only version of the system.  ...  Because RMT is a web-based system, each tutoring session has its own dialog manager, and the DM maintains information about the parameters of the tutoring session and the current state of the dialog.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30139-4_58 fatcat:5gjeuqoot5asnbk55vskf4wrti

Informational and support needs of patients with head and neck cancer: current status and emerging issues

Carolyn Y. Fang, Carolyn J. Heckman
2016 Cancers of the Head & Neck  
The objective of this article is to review and summarize the extant literature on head and neck cancer (HNC) patients' informational needs and to characterize emerging issues in this patient population  ...  While there is increasing awareness of the rehabilitation and survivorship needs in this patient population, patients note that the impact of treatment on social activities and interactions is under-discussed  ...  Funding Funding from NCI Cancer Center Support Grant P30CA006927 to Fox Chase Cancer Center supported the writing of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41199-016-0017-6 pmid:28670482 pmcid:PMC5488795 fatcat:saoxoi7jujg5tkynpxldc5qdjy

Ecology Challenged? Who? Why? Where is This Headed?

James R. Gosz
1999 Ecosystems  
It is highly organized with annual meetings to review the results of both independent projects and the larger global change program. The information is made available on a web site.  ...  It is clear from their conceptual models that continued study through the pre-and postdisturbance period is needed to evaluate these changes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s100219900095 fatcat:hd33dhpxovb2jbnyubw54erj5q

Heading Toward a Society of Networks

Jörg Raab, Patrick Kenis
2009 Journal of management inquiry  
Second, the current state of network theory is briefly evaluated with regard to whole networks.  ...  In the essay, it is first argued that Western societies are moving towards a society of networks, i.e. a society, in which the formal, vertically integrated organization that has dominated the 20th century  ...  External validity is thus likely to be very limited.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1056492609337493 fatcat:kbew7abblneflkhahesceoclke
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