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Word Representations Concentrate and This is Good News!

Romain Couillet, Yagmur Gizem Cinar, Eric Gaussier, Muhammad Imran
2020 Proceedings of the 24th Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning   unpublished
This article establishes that, unlike the legacy tf*idf representation, recent natural language representations (word embedding vectors) tend to exhibit a so-called concentration of measure phenomenon,  ...  in the sense that, as the representation size p and database size n are both large, their behavior is similar to that of large dimensional Gaussian random vectors.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was partially funded by the MIAI@Grenoble Alpes project (ANR-19-P3IA-0003).  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2020.conll-1.25 fatcat:dkgyu7ucbjhudm4byjz2yembja

NEW BOOKS

1885 Mind  
In the new chapter on musical sounds he contends that the motor element is fundamental in representations of tones as in representations of words.  ...  An organism may be regarded as consisting of a " central nucleus " of ancestral and personal habits, and, round this nucleus, of concentric layers on which are impressed as on photographic plates images  ... 
doi:10.1093/mind/os-x.39.472-c fatcat:4vrwng2pl5dzdcddyt2atif66y

"Multiliteracies": New Literacies, New Learning

Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis
2009 Pedagogies: An International Journal  
This paper examines the changing landscape of literacy teaching and learning, revisiting the case for a "pedagogy of multiliteracies" first put by the New London Group in 1996.  ...  It describes the dramatically changing social and technological contexts of communication and learning, develops a language with which to talk about representation and communication in educational contexts  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS In writing this revised paper we also involved colleagues with whom we have developed close working relations as they have tested and extended the multiliteracies  ... 
doi:10.1080/15544800903076044 fatcat:bnrjpgg7rzbzrdl56ug4xd7qvi

New World Order: Basra: A New Dawn in Electronic Literature

2019 Univeristy of Chitral journal of linguistics and literature  
It is one of these cyber textual projects and a cross-media format that this article takes as a case study to explore.  ...  In this age of techno globalization "contemporary artists, poets, and musicians [are] making imaginative use of algorithms to generate new works and taking advantage of communications networks to craft  ...  "New World Order: Basra" (2003) is a clear indication of such an effort by Sandy Baldwin and quite a good one.  ... 
doi:10.33195/jll.v3ii.174 fatcat:sfflsvmucncoxjctgo2zqtr5o4

New Books

1903 The Journal of Physical Chemistry  
The discussion of the flowing electrode, pp. 194-201, is good and the author comes to the very sane conclusion " t h a t the question of absolute potentials is at 6.51 present only approximately settled  ...  The second is that with the development of organic chemistry, Bunsen ceased more and more to be a leader. A new branch of science had grown up about which he cared little.  ... 
doi:10.1021/j150063a003 fatcat:c4krlguacrczjhfhapj7xkfhq4

The Graph-Based Behavior-Aware Recommendation for Interactive News [article]

Mingyuan Ma, Sen Na, Hongyu Wang, Congzhou Chen, Jin Xu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Second, we apply DeepWalk on the behavior graph to obtain entity semantics, then build a graph-based convolutional neural network called G-CNN to learn news representations, and an attention-based LSTM  ...  Interactive news recommendation has been launched and attracted much attention recently.  ...  Concentration Feature and Network Representation Learning User's concentration degree on news preferences affects characteristics of reading news directly.  ... 
arXiv:1812.00002v2 fatcat:kwhugfvc4faapkesblicj5xfhe

A New Term Weight Measure for Gender Prediction in Author Profiling [chapter]

Ch. Swathi, K. Karunakar, G. Archana, T. Raghunadha Reddy
2018 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
In this approach, a new document representation is proposed in order to deal with the drawbacks of existing approaches.  ...  This is the reason that our proposed approach achieved good accuracies than existing approaches for gender and age prediction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-10-7566-7_2 fatcat:e775cbn2x5dz5aktz5dvzqfvki

VI.–NEW BOOKS

G. DAWES HICKS
1898 Mind  
Thus, psychical energy, instead of being concentrated in this or that portion of a connected group, tends to become dispersed, and so weakened. This is what Dr.  ...  objects, to presuppose, in other words, that the distinction between the Ego and the Non-ego is originally given.  ... 
doi:10.1093/mind/vii.28.572 fatcat:6gi4kcj6rraujnak4g4fzyzysm

New Books

1902 The Journal of Physical Chemistry  
By extending the curves expressing the relation between specific.rotation and concentration, the following values are obtained for the specific rotation of pure canlphor : -At 0' [a]== 53.1 2 0 ' [a]"=  ...  a word that has remained a term of abuse to this day.  ...  This excludes mechanical analogies, and admits only the general means of representation of manifolds-numbers and algebraic expressions.  ... 
doi:10.1021/j150048a004 fatcat:paga2idjwffbndedrve2m4s2by

The new public corruption: Old questions for new challenges

Giuseppe Grossi, Daniela Pianezzi
2018 Accounting Forum  
Relying on the philosophical insights of Rousseau, Popper, Kant and others, the study suggests the need for enabling a democratic control and constructing a public ethics for the common good.  ...  This paper focuses on corruption in public procurement. It describes the contemporary face of corruption by investigating the role of public accountability in the fight against corruption.  ...  The concept of autonomy is founded on the connection between the common good and obedience to the law, and the implication of this concept is twofold.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.accfor.2016.05.002 fatcat:ezqmnqzvczf3dfgqyswmsfhcru

News

1990 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
The case was argued in simple terms by medical peers and supported on all sides. What was the objection? The dirty word, it seems, is representation.  ...  And then came the announcement of the Department of Health's new green initiative, so the omens are not looking good.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.300.6732.1093 fatcat:5gklbmvxcfantpk7vbcb3ntxse

Denver's new charter

Ellis Meredith
1916 National Municipal Review  
In other words, he is given complete power of appointment. The one particular section which is nearest the heart of Mayor Speer is said to be entirely new in city governments in this country.  ...  [July Before considering the new regime a word is in order by way of comfort to those who still pin their faith upon commission government.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ncr.4110050320 fatcat:6j5z7llqibfw7cwpk2xp23wdpe

Fixslicing: A New GIFT Representation

Alexandre Adomnicai, Zakaria Najm, Thomas Peyrin
2020 Transactions on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems  
In this article, we exhibit a new non-trivial representation of the GIFT family of block ciphers over several rounds.  ...  This new representation, that we call fixslicing, allows extremely efficient software bitsliced implementations of GIFT, using only a few rotations, surprisingly placing GIFT as a very efficient candidate  ...  The authors are supported by a Temasek Labs grant (DSOCL16194) and a joint WASP/NTU grant. Alexandre Adomnicai, Zakaria Najm and Thomas Peyrin  ... 
doi:10.13154/tches.v2020.i3.402-427 dblp:journals/tches/AdomnicaiNP20 fatcat:f4x5nw7ggbhnneih2hy44q4bju

A new era in machine translation research

John Hutchins
1995 ASLIB Proceedings  
The problems of building large monolingual and bilingual lexical databases and of generating good quality output have come to the fore.  ...  New approaches of the 1990s are based on large text corpora, the alignment of bilingual texts, the use of statistical methods and the use of parallel corpora for 'example-based' translation.  ...  This paper will concentrate on these new developments in MT research.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb051397 fatcat:4ktxgaa7dzbhfksi4m2wvifitq

New and old tools to evaluate new antimicrobial peptides

Hector Rudilla, Alexandra Merlos, Eulalia Sans-Serramitjana, Ester Fuste, Josep M. Sierra, Antonio Zalacain, Teresa Vinuesa, Miguel Vinas
2018 AIMS Microbiology  
Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are a promising family of molecules in this regard, because they abundantly occur in nature and the results of preliminary studies of their clinical potential have been encouraging  ...  Here we review the diverse methods used to study the antimicrobial power of AMPs and recommend a pathway to explore new molecules.  ...  Acknowledgments The work associated with the writing of this review did not receive any financial support. Conflicts of interest The authors declare no conflict of interest in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.3934/microbiol.2018.3.522 pmid:31294231 pmcid:PMC6604946 fatcat:dc2j3dfj2bapthfmbgrxjkvlua
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