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What's in a session

Mark Meiss, John Duncan, Bruno Gonçalves, José J. Ramasco, Filippo Menczer
2009 Proceedings of the 20th ACM conference on Hypertext and hypermedia - HT '09  
We propose a strictly logical definition of sessions based on browsing activity as revealed by referrer URLs; a user may have several active sessions in their click stream at any one time.  ...  Further, many aspects of the browsing behavior of individual users can be approximated by log-normal distributions even though their aggregate behavior is scale-free.  ...  We also thank the network engineers of Indiana University for their support in deploying and managing the data collection system.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1557914.1557946 dblp:conf/ht/MeissDGRM09 fatcat:fmyhk3gcb5bfpa7tj23pgy7ppu

What's in a name?

2015 Nature Chemical Biology  
In addition to the subscription databases in the Online Collection, there are also many helpful Web sites for research available at no cost on the World Wide Web.  ...  Topics listed below are the tracks for breakout sessions. • K-12 Schools using Distance Education FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY Mentors in management of online students At Florida State University, we  ... 
doi:10.1038/nchembio.1832 pmid:25978983 fatcat:nzaue6pfg5hdrekc2otp472ama

What's in a word?

TWC Editor
2020 Transformative Works and Cultures  
What's popular and what's trending become future cosplay in the calculated anticipation of receiving likes, comments, or new followers.  ...  Depending on the surroundings, the individual tailors a conception of self.  ...  Contrary to popular belief, it doesn't necessarily paint fan behavior in a negative light and can provide a new perspective on many modern fan studies topics. [2.1] In 1956, Donald Horton and R.  ... 
doi:10.3983/twc.2020.2047 fatcat:i3sbk4o7tnetdmoapomvilgy4m

What's in a Click? The Efficacy of Conditioned Reinforcement in Applied Animal Training: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky, Camilo Hurtado-Parrado, Daniela Cardillo, Lucia G. Medina, Susan G. Friedman
2020 Animals  
Thirty-four studies were included in the review and six studies were eligible for a meta-analysis on the effectiveness of behavioral interventions that implemented conditioned reinforcement (e.g., clicks  ...  A meta-analysis on the effectiveness of conditioned reinforcement in behavioral interventions found a medium summary effect size (Tau-U 0.77; CI95% = [0.53, 0.89]), when comparing baseline, where no training  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani10101757 pmid:32998242 fatcat:hpemxjx2xvcdjc2p2nrxy6ehpy

What's in Score for Website Users: A Data-driven Long-term Study on Risk-based Authentication Characteristics [article]

Stephan Wiefling, Markus Dürmuth, Luigi Lo Iacono
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Based on our collected data set, we provide (i) a behavior analysis of two RBA implementations that were apparently used by major online services in the wild, (ii) a benchmark of the features to extract  ...  We provide insights on the selection of features, their weightings, and the risk classification in order to benefit from RBA after a minimum number of login attempts.  ...  We would like to thank Rudolf Berrendorf and Javed Razzaq for providing us a huge amount of computational power for our big data analysis.  ... 
arXiv:2101.10681v1 fatcat:wek3z6nabjh4pgn3dp3au6psxy

What's in a Chad? Self-Monitoring and Presidential Voting Choices

Don Spurgeon, Randall E. Osborne
2002 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
Faculty supervisors, who deserve recognition, are identified by an asterisk next to their name or on a separate byline.  ...  Since the articles in this journal are primarily the work of undergraduate students, the reader should bear in mind that: (1) the studies are possibly less complex in design, scope, or sampling than professional  ...  survey on a Web site (response rate of 19.7%).  ... 
doi:10.24839/1089-4136.jn7.2.85 fatcat:3woa5ssgfran5hrzzo5xefrncu

Section I: Oral Sessions

2007 Journal of urban health  
One suggests that children who are not well monitored by parents are at increased risk of engaging in risky behavior.  ...  This study builds upon two lines of epidemiological research on youth risk behavior.  ...  The Imani Foundation shares their experiences on the journey, beginning with the frustration in capturing accurate outcomes data, to a place where systematic performance tracking allows them to tell a  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11524-007-9234-y fatcat:72abftuw45bblfr3kykibhgdda

What's in Your Culture? Embracing Stability and the New Digital Age in Moving Colleges of Health Professions Virtually during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Experiential Narrative Review

Melanie Poudevigne, Erika S. Armstrong, Marisa Mickey, Michelle A. Nelson, Comfort N. Obi, Andrew Scott, Naquilla Thomas, Tamara N. Thompson
2022 Education Sciences  
Finally, health administrators gather their top-10 leadership recommendations to continue moving forward during the pandemic and present a unique self-reflection on the process of caring considerations  ...  students at the center of every educational decision and promoted stability in learning with their commitments to excellence in teaching and the delivery of content using educational and communication  ...  Appendix A, Figure A1 depicts a dental hygiene faculty demonstrating clinical skill instrumentation on a dental model in a virtual learning session.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12020137 fatcat:ygs55ytd5jeidle2fc6dkfsaxa

What's New in Spine Surgery

Keith H Bridwell, Paul A Anderson, Scott D Boden, Han Jo Kim, Alexander Vaccaro, Jeffrey C Wang
2015 Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American volume  
What's New in Biologic Topics for the Spine In 2011, biologics continued to be a major focus in spine research for the treatment of spinal disorders.  ...  What's New in the Treatment of the Lumbar Spine Lumbar spinal pathology stills persists as one of the leading musculoskeletal issues that plague patients.  ... 
doi:10.2106/jbjs.o.00080 pmid:26085537 fatcat:3vm37tlw7vccpefl7q5xt4vlxu

Technical sessions

2007 2007 12th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications  
Finally, the session setup time, and the signalling and state overheard in comparison with RSVP are analyzed based on simulations."  ...  Call distribution in a cell has no effect on the capacity of this cell, but it can have a significant effect on the capacity of surrounding cells.  ...  XCP protocol.Vasileios Vitsas (TEI Thessaloniki, Greece) What's DECR impact on wireless communications?  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2007.4381657 fatcat:bn67vm2cvvehvmqqxew4r2xkbe

Opening Session/Keynote

2015 International Psychogeriatrics  
In our opinion, the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools as of March 1, 2002. ********************  ...  Auditing Committee Report We reviewed the statements of assets, income and distribution, including the state of investments of the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools for the period covering March  ...  In other words, instead of getting to know women as individuals, some people rely on their generalizations about women to interpret behaviors that women exhibit.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1041610215002124 pmid:26816097 fatcat:3jt2q2qfofcpxadgztn6kd3opy

Moderated poster sessions: abstracts

2012 European Journal of Public Health  
In a survey on a sample of 400 subjects aged !  ...  A survey on a sample of GPs and specialists showed that 81% of the former and 64% of the latter strongly recommend pneumococcal vaccination in the elderly.  ...  Nurses in the intervention group participated in four individual motivational interviewing sessions. The control condition consisted of brief advice to quit smoking.  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurpub/cks115 fatcat:lilbtg3bbzfsdhttm4gfeoscsa

Plenary Session II. New Generations – New Media. New Generations – New Media

Ellen Wartella
2002 Nordicom Review  
In a 200 page review, my colleagues and I examine the extant literature in a discussion of existing research on children and interactive media.  ...  themselves, who might learn a great deal more by bringing together across academic disciplines work that often goes forward on autonomous tracks.  ...  Furthermore, Hoffman and Novak (1999) report that individuals who own a home computer are much more likely than others to use the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1515/nor-2017-0316 fatcat:wosentpaofdmbkvlnce6xn5gcq

Eposter Session 1

2021 Pediatric Diabetes  
In the analysis of three ten-year periods, a different dynamics of the trend was observed: in the first two decades the trend was constant, the last one showed significant year-to-year fluctuations: adjusted  ...  Population-based registries are proven tools for tracking outcomes and improving the quality of care delivery.  ...  This was complimented with a practical skills session for prescribing in DKA, a focused session on the important aspects for reviewing a child with DKA and a journal club session on the evidence behind  ... 
doi:10.1111/pedi.13198 fatcat:moglzgtg5vgvlnfnoiv4ir3kcq

Principles of Self-Regulation in EFL mediated by Dialogic Tutoring Sessions

Imelda Zorro Rojas
2019 HOW  
The instructors' voices, in the role of tutors, and the students' voices, as tutees, were collected in 40 videos, a questionnaire, and a focus group.  ...  This article reports a research study that looks into how eight instructors, who were trained to promote self-regulation, interact with 18 students of a Bachelor of Arts program in English language teaching  ...  As a tutor, Yanis participated in two sessions in which she focused on test taking.  ... 
doi:10.19183/how.26.2.502 fatcat:o522tqw3qvepjbmnaezn3cs3e4
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