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When "Real" Seems Mediated: Inverse Presence

Lydia Reeves Timmins, Matthew Lombard
2005 Presence - Teleoperators and Virtual Environments  
, crime, or other tragedy such as the events of September 11, 2001, as mediated), and unusual (when close connections between people's "real life" activities and mediated experiences lead them to confuse  ...  We label this phenomenon inverse presence and consider its place and value in a comprehensive theory of presence, its possible antecedents and consequences, and what it suggests about the nature of our  ...  Ultimately, when people experience presence they think (at some level) that the mediated world is "real," while when they experience inverse presence, they think (at some level) that reality is mediated  ... 
doi:10.1162/105474605774785307 fatcat:6jdrsrk4wjcwhjiparo4gsbllu

When the Virtual Becomes Real? [chapter]

Ingvar Tjostheim, John A. Waterworth
2021 The Psychosocial Reality of Digital Travel  
There may also be a kind of inverse presence (Timmins & Lombard, 2005) , in which the actual place does not seem as real as a digital version.  ...  WATERWORTH WHEN THE VIRTUAL BECOMES REAL? WHEN THE VIRTUAL BECOMES REAL?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-91272-7_6 fatcat:dydqrf7cazcctkyortblkvb4pa

When is Ontology-Mediated Querying Efficient? [article]

Pablo Barcelo, Cristina Feier, Carsten Lutz, Andreas Pieris
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This raises the question when OMQ evaluation is efficient, in the sense of being tractable in combined complexity or fixed-parameter tractable.  ...  However, the evaluation of ontology-mediated queries (OMQs) over relational databases is computationally hard.  ...  An expression r − is an inverse role and a role is a role name or an inverse role. As usual, we identify (r − ) − with r. An EL ⊥ -concept is an ELI ⊥ -concept with no inverse roles.  ... 
arXiv:2003.07800v2 fatcat:egn75xzrlbarrkt74rajqwwbo4

When is Ontology-Mediated Querying Efficient?

Pablo Barcelo, Cristina Feier, Carsten Lutz, Andreas Pieris
2019 2019 34th Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS)  
This raises the question when OMQ evaluation is efficient, in the sense of being tractable in combined complexity or fixed-parameter tractable.  ...  For its fragment ELH dr ⊥ , which restricts the use of inverse roles, we provide a characterization of the classes of OMQs that are tractable in combined complexity.  ...  An expression r − is an inverse role and a role is a role name or an inverse role. As usual, we identify (r − ) − with r. An EL ⊥ -concept is an ELI ⊥ -concept with no inverse roles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lics.2019.8785823 dblp:conf/lics/BarceloFLP19 fatcat:qoh3ojvefjaa5os4i7hwrdi5uy

Memory Self-Efficacy Beliefs Modulate Brain Activity when Encoding Real-World Future Intentions

Grégoria Kalpouzos, Johan Eriksson, Annette Sterr
2013 PLoS ONE  
Citation: Kalpouzos G, Eriksson J (2013) Memory Self-Efficacy Beliefs Modulate Brain Activity when Encoding Real-World Future Intentions. PLoS ONE 8(9): e73850.  ...  By contrast, high-memory believers seemed to rely more on executivelike processes involved in cognitive control.  ...  Hence, memory selfefficacy beliefs may act as a mediator between individual working memory differences and modulation in brain activity when encoding information.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0073850 pmid:24019938 pmcid:PMC3760799 fatcat:6doqo5ej3bbkri6tvf2a23mzma

"When perhaps the real problem is money itself!": the practical materiality of Bitcoin

Bill Maurer, Taylor C. Nelms, Lana Swartz
2013 Social Semiotics  
By the summer of 2011, Bitcoin mining began to seem like a developed industry.  ...  The code and the labor are backgrounded when Bitcoin adherents become latter-day goldbugs.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10350330.2013.777594 fatcat:nelnkm7dvffttjeae2d4pfvtlq

When Good News Is Bad News: Explicating the Moderated Mediation Dynamic Behind the Reversed Mobilization Effect

Andreas R. T. Schuck, Claes H. de Vreese
2012 Journal of Communication  
On the basis of an experiment (N = 470), using bootstrapping as a method to assess conditional indirect effects, mediation analysis showed that positive news framing-endorsing a referendum proposal regarding  ...  modérée à l'origine de l'effet de mobilisation inversé Andreas R.T.  ...  As Rimal and Real (2003) pointed out, risk perception only then results in mobilizing individuals rather than turning them off, when personal efficacy beliefs are strong.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.2011.01624.x fatcat:f7yygasyhvdzdjviveo6aecebu

"When" Does It Pay to Be Good? Attributions Mediate the Way CSR Elements Impact on Consumer Responses, and Are Controllable

Athanasios Krystallis, Vlad Zaharia, Antonis Zairis
2021 Sustainability  
for more research on the contingencies that shape the relationship between CSR and corporate performance, this paper incorporates environmental CSR, sets up an experimental survey and employs multiple mediation  ...  analysis with the aim to test the mediating role of consumer attributions on the CSR elements–consumer responses relationship; and further to examine the degree to which attributions are controllable,  ...  Future research should thus define additional mediators with an inverse effect (i.e., negative) on the direct relationship [63] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13115869 fatcat:qpjno52kvvhqjo5ervd4rpprzm

A stochastic multiscale model for acid mediated cancer invasion

Sandesh Hiremath, Christina Surulescu
2015 Nonlinear Analysis: Real world applications  
Also, it attains its maximum value of 1.4 when H i ≈ 0.3513.  ...  In particular, it seems to greatly influence subcellular dynamics and individual cell behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nonrwa.2014.08.008 fatcat:lhjajm3anrfydcjplto7yzdvbq

Rapid detection of aflatoxin producing fungi in food by real-time quantitative loop-mediated isothermal amplification

Jie Luo, Rudi F. Vogel, Ludwig Niessen
2014 Food microbiology  
Three species specific turbidimeter based real-time LAMP (loop-mediated isothermal amplification) assays were developed to quantify the three species individually in conidial solutions and to define contamination  ...  Analysis of contaminated sample materials revealed that the A. nomius specific real-time LAMP assay detected a minimum of 10 conidia/g in Brazil nuts while assays specific for A. flavus and A. parasiticus  ...  During incubation the tubes were mixed every 5 min by inversion.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ pmid:25084656 fatcat:3m7rvzbml5b65exjbzv7qpdaty

Metastasis Suppressor KISS1 Seems to Reverse the Warburg Effect by Enhancing Mitochondrial Biogenesis

W. Liu, B. H. Beck, K. S. Vaidya, K. T. Nash, K. P. Feeley, S. W. Ballinger, K. M. Pounds, W. L. Denning, A. R. Diers, A. Landar, A. Dhar, T. Iwakuma (+1 others)
2013 Cancer Research  
When wild-type KISS1 metastasis suppressor is expressed, aerobic glycolysis decreases and oxidative phosphorylation predominates.  ...  PGC1a-mediated downstream pathways (i.e., fatty acid synthesis and b-oxidation) are differentially regulated by KISS1, apparently reliant upon direct KISS1 interaction with NRF1, a major transcription  ...  Importantly, PGC1a seems to be essential for KISS1-mediated metabolic changes and invasion/metastasis suppression; that is, there appears to be a KISS1-PGC1a pathway involved in controlling malignant  ... 
doi:10.1158/0008-5472.can-13-1183 pmid:24351292 pmcid:PMC3946400 fatcat:enf33muzpffmddyz7ve7gljnfe

REAL Real-Time!

F Boeckman, L Tan, K Hamby
2000 Breast Cancer Research  
When PCR is conducted on 96 replicates, we achieve a uniformity with a CV of less than 1%, consistent with that of other well-known systems for real-time PCR analysis.  ...  Stable transfection of ER-negative cells with ER cDNA is not sufficient to restore E2-mediated growth stimulation, suggesting a disturbance of this inverse correlation in ER-transfected cell lines.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr174 fatcat:3pdbaxw2cfd6jhxto6sfjeiovq

Real Time Visualization of Agonist-mediated Redistribution and Internalization of a Green Fluorescent Protein-tagged Form of the Thyrotropin-releasing Hormone Receptor

Tomas Drmota, Gwyn W. Gould, Graeme Milligan
1998 Journal of Biological Chemistry  
The TRHR antagonist/ inverse agonist chlordiazepoxide competitively inhibited internalization.  ...  Such results demonstrate the G protein-coupling capacity and provide real time visualization of the processes of internalization of a TRH-receptor-GFP construct in response to agonist.  ...  Cells were incubated with or without the low affinity TRHR antagonist/inverse agonist chlordiazepoxide (100 M) (36) in the presence of concentrations of TRH ranging from 5 ϫ 10 Ϫ10 M to 5 ϫ 10 Ϫ8 M  ... 
doi:10.1074/jbc.273.37.24000 pmid:9727016 fatcat:2j3nh2f3pjhqvpxjty3fdqbjua

When in Rome

Anatole Tchikine
2018 Places  
The robotic gliding of the reed-like models across the shimmering podium seems an unwitting inversion of the animated dance with which the voluptuous Ekberg, in a strapless black gown, entices the reluctant  ...  Anything less mediated would be seen as verging on vandalism.  ... 
doi:10.22269/180710 fatcat:cz3luaiw4ndklofevzezzzzfo4

Receptor regulation as a unitary mechanism for drug tolerance and physical dependence - not quite as simple as it seemed!

John Littleton
2001 Addiction  
In conclusion, receptor regulation still seems to play an important role in drug dependence but this role is more complex than was once believed.  ...  Equally some receptor proteins, by altering their subunit composition, may be able to adapt to the presence of drugs without producing major changes in the action of the natural transmitter.  ...  However, even under these ideal conditions, when the receptors concerned are G-protein coupled receptors (as in the opiate R example above) the regulatory response seems most often to be an alteration  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.2001.961877.x pmid:11177522 fatcat:cd2k3oyv6nf3hgyzvcj6d7jthq
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