Fakhra Jabeen

Fakhra Jabeen
Punjab University College of Information Technology · Department of Information Technology

PhD in Artificial Intelligence

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Introduction
I am a Ph.D. student at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, working in Behavioral Informatics. My area of work is 'Negative Behavior in Social Media'. It aims to provide support to the peers involved/affected due to negative social behavior. I used multidisciplinary literature to model these behaviors and used AI techniques to validate these behaviors. Along with predictive techniques, I am also using conversational agents to investigate the support mechanisms provided to the affected users.
Additional affiliations
August 2016 - present
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Position
  • PhD Student
December 2008 - present
PUCIT
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
September 2010 - January 2014
Masters
Field of study
  • Data mining and Pattern Recognition

Publications

Publications (54)
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In this paper, it is shown how second-order adaptive agent-based network models can be used to model a medical team supported by a virtual AI Coach. It is illustrated for the case of a newborn baby in danger. The design of these computational agent models is based on an adaptive self-modeling network modeling approach. It also addresses how the AI...
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Previous reports show that a substantive proportion of (near) medical errors in the operating theatre is attributable to ineffective communication between healthcare professionals. Speaking up about observed medical errors is a safety behaviour which promotes effective communication between health care professionals, consequently optimising patient...
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A video presentation can be found at hhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cto3OzVQbsY. Learning is an integral part of organizations. Therefore, as introduced by Kim [1], organizational learning has been coined as a key term, as it facilitates further development, both within individuals, amongst individuals, and as a result, within teams and organizat...
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Parents play an important role in the mental development of a child. In our previous work, we addressed how a narcissistic parent influences a child (online/offline) when (s)he is happy and admires the child. Now, we address the influence of a parent who is not so much pleased, and may curse the child for being the reason for his or her unhappiness...
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Social media like Twitter or Instagram play the role of a fertile platform for self-exhibition and allow their users to earn a good repute. People higher in grandiosity share their contents in a charismatic way and as a result, they are successful in gaining attention from others, which may also influence their responses and behaviors. Such attenti...
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Parents play an important role in the mental development of a child. In our previous work, we addressed how a narcissistic parent influences a child (online/offline) when (s)he is happy and admires the child. Now, we address the influence of a parent who is not so much pleased and, may curse the child for being the reason for his or her unhappiness...
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This presentation mainly follows Ch 12 of Treur, J. (2016), Network-Oriented Modeling: Addressing Complexity of Cognitive, Affective and Social Interactions, Springer Publishers, and parts of Ch 11 of Treur, J. (2020). Network-Oriented Modeling for Adaptive Networks: Designing Higher-Order Adaptive Biological, Mental and Social Network Models, Spri...
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Peer victimization is usually addressed with hazardous short and long term effects. Social surroundings and cyber technology act as a fertile ground for perpetrators to target victims. Fragile and lonely people are often targeted by aggressors or bullies who may make them feel like a 'loser'. This results in their withdrawal from society and can re...
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Parental influence plays an important role in the mental development of a child. In the early years of childhood, a parent acts as a role model, so most of the children try to mimic their parents. In our work, we address a complex network model of a child who is influenced by a narcissistic parent from his/her childhood to his/her adolescence. This...
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Goal: Being able to perform automated parameter tuning of a network model against some empirical data. Empirical data are assumed real-world data or data indicating requirements as formulated for the model. The aim is to get simulation of a model close to these data by determining appropriate values for the network characteristics for Connectivity,...
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Bullying is an intentional abusive behaviour, caused by power imbalance, which can leave long lasting effects over the mental and physical health of a victim. In order to combat such situations, victims need someone that can help them, a mediator who is able to reduce the oppression. This paper presents temporal-causal network models related to vic...
Code
This template can be used for parameter tuning for adaptive networks. To be used together with optimtool. Be aware that you cannot tune the adaptive characteristics.
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Social media like Twitter or Instagram play a role of fertile ground for self-exhibition, which is used by various narcissists to share their frequent updates reflecting their narcissism. Their belief of saving and assisting others, make them vulnerable to the feedback of others, so their rage is as dangerous as their messiah complex. In this paper...
Code
This template can be used for parameter tuning for nonadaptive network models. Use optimtool for the tuning process. To get the tuning output in Excel format, just run the function WriteTuningOutputtoExcel after the tuning process has finished.
Code
This template can be used for parameter tuning for adaptive network models. Use optimtool for the tuning process. To get the tuning output in Excel format, just run the function WriteTuningOutputtoExcel after the tuning process has finished.
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ocial media is one of the widely used channels for interpersonal communication, to express feelings and thoughts through certain feedback. Blogs or ecommerce websites share plenty of such information, which serves as a valuable asset, and is also used to make predictions. However, negative feedback can ruin the essence of such platforms, causing fr...
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This paper presents a temporal-causal network model of a (cyber) bullying victim. Temporal-causal modeling is a tool for examining complex processes by model-ing internal states of an agent to examine internal processes. Bullying is a social-cognitive process, that involves mental processes which may put victims at risk for short or long-term physi...
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This paper presents a temporal-causal network model of a (cyber) bullying victim. Temporal-causal modeling is a tool for examining complex processes by modeling internal states of an agent to examine internal processes. Bullying is a social-cognitive process, that involves mental processes which may put victims at risk for short or long-term physic...
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People take the opportunity from social-networking sites like Facebook, to express themselves in various communities. Various studies address that it has influence over self-esteem of its users. In this paper, we analyse how the self-esteem of a person is affected in the computational world. To accomplish this, we built a computational model of est...
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Internet and cyber-technology have played an important positive role but it also served as a venue for cyber-bullying. This paper presents a computational model for online bullying. Its evaluation was done by simulation experiments and mathematical analysis, in comparison to expected patterns from the empirical literature. This model may provide us...
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Process model matching techniques aim at automatically identifying activity correspondences between two process models that represent the same or similar behavior. By doing so, they provide essential input for many advanced process model analysis techniques such as process model search. Despite their importance, the performance of process model mat...

Questions

Questions (2)
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Hello Everyone,
What are the assumptions I need to fulfill for SEM analysis or path analysis using Lavaan in R?
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Dear All,
Where we can find the impact factor of journals?
Like I was trying to see what is IF of "Journal of Information and Telecommunication "

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Projects (4)
Project
Making available the components of the dedicated software environment for Network-Oriented Modeling for adaptive network models that has been developed in Matlab. Software: a. The combination function library (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337322512_Combination_Function_Library) This should be unzipped and all elements placed in a Matlab accessible folder. b. The nonadaptive template (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/336826144_NOME_Nonadaptive_Template_with_Pain_example_v01) Used in assignments 0 to 4, 9, 10. At the end of this and next template can add the right plot settings or via xlswrite export the data to Excel, for example, to make graphs there. c. The adaptive template (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337049531_NOME_Adaptive_Template_v05) Used in assignments 5, 6, 9, 10. d. The parameter tuning software Used in assignment 10 (i) The tuning templates (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337388732_NOME_Tuning_Nonadaptive_Template, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337830707_NOME_Tuning_Adaptive_Template) (ii) The Write to Excel functie can be run afterwards to get the tuning data in Excel Assigments: See https://www.researchgate.net/project/Network-Oriented-Modeling-Exercising (best is to use the References Tab) Course material: See https://www.researchgate.net/project/Behaviour-Dynamics-in-Social-Networks (best use References Tab) More applications than in the book: See https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jan_Treur/research
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Getting familiar with network-oriented modeling for mental and social processes.
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Developing the notion of Self-Modeling Network (or Network Reification) and exploring how it can be applied to model adaptation principles for networks of first- and higher-order from an inherent Network-Oriented Modeling perspective. Video presentations can be found at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCO3i4_Fwi22cEqL8M_PgeA.