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When Less Is More: Systematic Analysis of Cascade-Based Community Detection [article]

Liudmila Prokhorenkova, Alexey Tikhonov, Nelly Litvak
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We also show that some well-known community detection algorithms can be enhanced by including edge weights based on the cascade data.  ...  This article conducts a systematic and extensive analysis of the following problem: Given only the infection times, find communities of highly interconnected nodes.  ...  A recent work [62] addressed a follow-up problem of cascade-based community detection when the cascade data are incomplete.  ... 
arXiv:2002.00840v2 fatcat:24aklj6jyfgnjdpmbsa4w3ywa4

When Less Is More $\ldots$ Few Bit ADCs in RF Systems

Christopher T. Rodenbeck, Matthew M. Martinez, Joshua B. Beun, Jose Silva-Martinez, Aydin Llker Karsilayan, Robert Liechty
2019 IEEE Access  
The diversity of established applications based on few bit ADCs, together with the recent surge of interest in the topic for 5G wireless communications and millimeter-wave radar, has created a need for  ...  Parametric analysis, independent of sampling considerations and system-specific signal processing, is used to illustrate the variation in the ADC output signal-to-noise-and-distortion ratio (SNDR) versus  ...  The spectral density estimate is limited by the processing gain of the FFT and is unable to resolve IM3 less than −60 dB when input SNR is low.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2018.2890701 fatcat:cbupl7ks3nf53odblk6ky6jrxu

Friendship Paradox Redux: Your Friends Are More Interesting Than You [article]

Nathan O. Hodas, Farshad Kooti, Kristina Lerman
2013 arXiv   pre-print
The latter paradox is important in regulating online communication.  ...  And we show that overloaded users post and receive larger cascades and they are poor detector of small cascades.  ...  Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported in part by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research under Contract Nos.  ... 
arXiv:1304.3480v1 fatcat:jq2kkqq6ojh45mjutht7oqswnq

The adaptive cycle: More than a metaphor

Shana M. Sundstrom, Craig R. Allen
2019 Ecological Complexity : An International Journal on Biocomplexity in the Environment and Theoretical Ecology  
than that offered by a single-scale analysis.  ...  We describe a series of largely thermodynamically based indicators that have been developed for this purpose, and we add a critical and heretofore missing component-namely, that of understanding dynamics  ...  Acknowledgments SMS was supported by the UNL School of Natural Resources and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecocom.2019.100767 fatcat:hilp6r3z5ja55ftf2ozunokfgi

Coordination of Genetic Care: More Important and Complicated Than it Seems

Suzanne M. Mahon
2019 The Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network  
with the family who is at potential genetic risk, failing to communicate what the results of testing mean, and failing to recommend appropriate care, which may lead to psychosocial distress and late-detected  ...  This report presents a case illustrating the potential errors that can occur when genetic care is fragmented and not coordinated, including ordering too much or not enough genetic testing, failing to communicate  ...  to order the more expensive comprehensive testing in patient scenarios when less expensive testing would be appropriate, with inappropriate testing occurring approximately 22% to 26% of the time. 8,  ... 
doi:10.6004/jnccn.2019.7343 pmid:31693985 fatcat:ejj7c2jr3bgo7hrinqlnn7uyqe

More openness needed in palliative care

A. M Smith, P. Edmonds, A. Davies, A. Thorns
1998 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
less than 50% of the 1996-7 caseload will require inpatient stays in the future (p 41). 2 It is disingenuous to describe these claims as "valid questions" when £50m plus the cost of capital is to be  ...  On the basis of both the meta-analysis and the trial of tirilazad, we disagree with the authors' recommendation for a trial to detect possible effects of steroids in head injured patients.  ...  Newell et al are concerned that a trial large enough to detect a moderate effect of corticosteroids would "divert resources and patients away from trials of compounds that may have more promise."  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.316.7128.390a pmid:9487185 pmcid:PMC2665560 fatcat:aaf4qmm3knbgnprozlsqdl4rom

When more is not better: 10 'don'ts' in endometriosis management. An ETIC * position statement

2019 Human Reproduction Open  
and reduce the burden of treatment avoiding medical overuse and allowing a more equitable distribution of healthcare resources.  ...  is effective and well tolerated; do not systematically request second-level diagnostic investigations in women with known or suspected non-subocclusive colorectal endometriosis or with symptoms responding  ...  (as here), systematic analysis of the evidence.  ... 
doi:10.1093/hropen/hoz009 pmid:31206037 pmcid:PMC6560357 fatcat:aeqzg6ngajgfnacnliwq6aibce

Seeing Is Believing: Is Video Modality More Powerful in Spreading Fake News via Online Messaging Apps?

S Shyam Sundar, Maria D Molina, Eugene Cho
2021 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication  
Our findings reveal that video is processed more superficially, and therefore users believe in it more readily and share it with others.  ...  Aside from advancing our theoretical understanding of modality effects in the context of mobile media, our findings also hold practical implications for design of modality-based flagging of fake news,  ...  New Delhi (http://www.cmsindia.org/) for their research assistance in study design and data collection, and Cheng Chen from Penn State's Media Effects Research Laboratory for her assistance with data analysis  ... 
doi:10.1093/jcmc/zmab010 fatcat:at5cln5t2vdbvjsoco5aqwqami

Toward More Integrated Ecosystem Research in Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments

Janne Soininen, Pia Bartels, Jani Heino, Miska Luoto, Helmut Hillebrand
2015 BioScience  
A cross-ecosystem approach would therefore be valuable for a more thorough understanding of ecosystem responses to various stressors in the face of rapid environmental change.  ...  Aquatic and terrestrial organisms use cross-system subsidies to a comparable extent and addressing reciprocal subsidies is therefore necessary in order to understand biodiversity and functioning of both  ...  catchments may be more appropriate and more feasible for predicting aquatic biodiversity than measuring snapshot productivity based on water samples.  ... 
doi:10.1093/biosci/biu216 fatcat:4zl3oefw6jfkzonl27d3ay2qri

Attention is more than prediction precision

Howard Bowman, Marco Filetti, Brad Wyble, Christian Olivers
2013 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
AbstractA cornerstone of the target article is that, in a predictive coding framework, attention can be modelled by weighting prediction error with a measure of precision.  ...  We argue that this is not a complete explanation, especially in the light of ERP (event-related potentials) data showing large evoked responses for frequently presented target stimuli, which thus are predicted  ...  In cases where the theory is about the choice of a benchmark or a standard, more facts can only make a theory either more or less warranted.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x12002324 pmid:23663435 fatcat:hrinlk77vbgtnifunk5tdkhn5i

Disturbance and habitat use: is edge more important than area?

Alissa E. Moenting, Douglas W. Morris
2006 Oikos  
Disturbance and habitat use: is edge more important than area? Á Oikos 115: 23 Á32.  ...  We evaluate the effects of habitat disturbance on foraging behaviour by imagining an initially homogeneous environment that is altered to create patches of different sizes.  ...  When a patch becomes more dangerous, the cost of foraging increases and animals spend less of their time foraging (Kotler et al. 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.2006.0030-1299.14763.x fatcat:j6jl54abffgshiz3gufgdzmk5q

Integration of omics: more than the sum of its parts

Joerg Martin Buescher, Edward M Driggers
2016 Cancer & Metabolism  
The cellular components from which these -omics regimes are derived act as one integrated system in vivo; thus, there is a natural instinct to integrate -omics data types.  ...  Statistical analyses, the use of previous knowledge in the form of networks, and the use of time-resolved measurements are three key design elements for life scientists to consider in planning integrated  ...  The systematic, statistical analysis of data generated for the same model system is greatly facilitated by the development of shared experimental material such as the NCI60 panel of cancer cell lines  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40170-016-0143-y pmid:26900468 pmcid:PMC4761192 fatcat:diggqhz725cfpcmh2pswbi674u

Population based screening - the difficulty of how to do more good than harm and how to achieve that

M Zwahlen, N Low, B Borisch, M Egger, N Künzli, R Obrist, F Paccaud, U Zybach, NM Probst-Hensch
2010 Swiss Medical Weekly  
In addition, tumours that are detected as a result of screening are more likely to be indolent, slow-growing or less aggressive than those that present with symptoms spontaneously or in the interval between  ...  cancer but whose quality of life is improved owing to earlier detection and less debilitating treatment; and c) do not have cancer and are reassured by the results of a screening test that correctly shows  ... 
doi:10.4414/smw.2010.13061 pmid:20419512 fatcat:ujmginws4ffetgn65nepuuz6k4

Quantitative Resistance: More Than Just Perception of a Pathogen

Jason A. Corwin, Daniel J. Kliebenstein
2017 The Plant Cell  
Quantitative Resistance: More Than Just Perception of a Pathogen This information is current as of April 30, 2019 Supplemental Data /content/suppl/2017/04/28/tpc.16.00915.DC1.html References /content/29  ...  By contrast, less is known about quantitative resistance loci, particularly the molecular mechanisms controlling variation in quantitative resistance.  ...  However, this is based solely on sequence variation in the absence of empirical testing within one or more defined pathosystems.  ... 
doi:10.1105/tpc.16.00915 pmid:28302676 fatcat:a5pfh6ohyzhujod232y4qpqxqq

FrugalML: How to Use ML Prediction APIs More Accurately and Cheaply [article]

Lingjiao Chen, Matei Zaharia, James Zou
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We conduct systematic experiments using ML APIs from Google, Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, Baidu and other providers for tasks including facial emotion recognition, sentiment analysis and speech recognition.  ...  Our theoretical analysis shows that natural sparsity in the formulation can be leveraged to make FrugalML efficient.  ...  International Journal of Communication, 13:1825-1845, 2019. [29] Clayton J. Hutto and Eric Gilbert. VADER: A parsimonious rule-based model for sentiment analysis of social media text.  ... 
arXiv:2006.07512v1 fatcat:jpt3g7h3pzee5ntl7bqet26uyi
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