The 2009 ACM Hypertext Conference was held in Torino, Italy, from June 29th to July 1st. The conference venue was beautifully located on a hill overlooking the city, providing an excellent environment for attending talks, discussing posters, serendipitous meetings and watching the beautiful scenery. An increase of 70% in submissions and 150 registered participants reflected the strong interest of the community in the conference, and in advancing and discussing the state of hypertext research. Logistically, the conference was structured into to three main tracks: Track 1 focused on "Information Structure and Presentation". Track 2 focused on "People, Resources and Annotations" and Track 3 focused on "Hypertext and Community". Combined, 37 peer-reviewed papers (acceptance rate of 32) were presented at the conference.
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Programming issues associated with color are defined by "going under the hood" of the NESUG 15 poster entitled Working with RGB and HLS Color Coding Systems in SAS® Software. Since colors are expressed as hexadecimals in SAS, the numbering system is reviewed at the outset. Next HEX formats are described along with a core set of V8 conversion macros. The core macros use the HEX formats to recast
... [Show full abstract] color codes in different numbering and color systems. For completeness, the SAS-supplied Version 9 color utility macros that are similar to the V8 core macros are also described. An effort is made to simplify source code that is described in the paper. For example, lists of macro variables representing individual colors in a chart can be replaced by a single format in Version 8.2 that is invoked from a DEFINE statement in PROC REPORT. The procedure is exercised in ODS with output to an HTML file. Similarly, the Annotate %BAR macro that works with color constants inside a macro is transformed to the %_BAR macro that manipulates color variables directly within a data step. Read more June 2015
s (in English) should be submitted online (http://www.sciforum.net/login). Authors can actively participate by submitting a paper, a poster, a video-recorded presentation and commentaries. If you are interested in submitting, please contact the conference organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the procedure. Do not miss this unique opportunity to present your work and to discuss
... [Show full abstract] with your peers from all over the world. Register now free of charge: http://sciforum.net/conference/ecms-1. Accepted papers will be published in t he proceedings o f t h e c o n f erence, a n d s e lected papers will be considered for peer-review and possible publication in IJMS, which is an open access journal publication of MDPI in the field of molecular sciences (http://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijms). We look forward to your participation in this exciting free-to-participate e-conference which will run from 8–21 June 2015. View full-text
We present a set of stand-off annotations for the ninety thousand sentences in the spoken section of the British National Corpus (BNC) which feature a progressive aspect verb group. These annotations may be matched to the original BNC text using the supplied document and sentence identifiers. The annotated features mostly relate to linguistic form: subject type, subject person and number, form of
... [Show full abstract] auxiliary verb, and clause type, tense and polarity. In addition, the sentences are classified for register, the formality of recording context: three levels of 'spontaneity' with genres such as sermons and scripted speech at the most formal level and casual conversation at the least formal. The resource has been designed so that it may easily be augmented with further stand-off annotations. Expert linguistic annotations of spoken data, such as these, are valuable for improving the performance of natural language processing tools in the spoken language domain and assist linguistic research in general. Read more January 1984
This monograph is designed to help educators develop a better understanding of children's self-concept, the effects of children's self-concept on their school experience, and ways educators can have a positive effect on self-concept. The first section defines self-concept and presents two case studies; the second discusses factors influencing the formation of self-concept. The effects of
... [Show full abstract] self-concept on academic performance are presented in the third section. Suggestions for teachers are included in the fourth section, which discusses classroom environment, positive feedback, success, and "treating yourself good" for the good of children. A sample plan of action also is included. The fifth section contains a series of helpful ideas and lists of books, filmstrips, games, posters, and other educational materials. Appended are author information and a subscription form for the monograph series. (BJD) Read more January 2000
ESA and RAL held a joint International ATSR workshop at ESRIN, Frascati, Italy from 23 to 25 June 1999. The workshop was considered by all participants, as well as by RAL and ESA, to be a very successful meeting, and an important step in increasing the flow of information and contact among ATSR users, ESA and the ATSR project team. The purpose of this workshop was to take stock of the
... [Show full abstract] achievements in science and application projects using ATSR data, to introduce new applications, to discuss plans for ENVISAT, and to inform the user community of the status of the ATSR programme. A total of 36 talks, and 15 posters and demonstrations were presented to some 120 participants in five areas: CAL/VAL and AATSR, Land Applications, Clouds and Aerosol Applications, SST/Climate Monitoring and Oceanography. A CD-ROM of the proceedings will be available on request from ERS Help Desk (eohelp.esrin.esa.it) later in the year. Read more December 1979
This chapter presents an annotated list of some European film collections. The film archives and film libraries listed are chosen for their relevance to the matter of this publication. Where a considerable amount of detail is given about a collection this was received in answer to a request for information sent out in November 1977. The figures given for holdings of books and posters cannot
... [Show full abstract] always be strictly compared one with another as the number of duplicates within different collections can be as low as 3% or as high as 50% of the total. The FIAF Directory in particular gives a wealth of detail about supplementary documentation such as scripts, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, programs, sound recordings, etc. Many of the film archives and film libraries also collect television materials and/or television documentation. The chapter also highlights that major problem facing the film archivist at present is the preservation of nitrate film, and the film researcher that of access to material. Read more September 2017
The Fourth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education was hosted by Academy of Sciences and University of Turin (Italy) from 23 to 26 September 2015. About 50 senior and junior researchers from 16 countries met for four days to talk about one topic: the history of mathematics education. In total 44 contributions were presented. The themes were Ideas, people and movements,
... [Show full abstract] Transmission of ideas, Teacher education, Geometry and textbooks, Textbooks – changes and origins, Curriculum and reform, Teaching in special institutions, and Teaching of geometry.
Since the first international conference on the history of mathematics education, the aim has been to develop this area of research, to attract more researchers and provide new insights that stimulate further “digging”. It is therefore very pleasing that so many new young researchers joined the conference, presenting results from ongoing or recently finished PhD projects. This makes us confident about a prosperous future of this research area as we look forward to the Fifth International Conference on the History of Mathematics Education, to be held in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in September 2017.
Previous international conferences on the history of mathematics education:
2009 in Garðabær (Iceland)
2011 in Lisbon (Portugal)
2013 in Uppsala (Sweden)
The local organizers were Livia Giacardi and Erika Luciano. The Scientific Program Committee was composed by Kristín Bjarnadóttir (University of Iceland), Fulvia Furinghetti (University of Genoa, Italy), Livia Giacardi (University of Turin, Italy), Erika Luciano (University of Turin, Italy), Johan Prytz (Uppsala University), Gert Schubring (Universität Bielefeld, Germany/Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), with the scientific support of FerdinandoArzarello (University of Turin, Italy), president of ICMI.
Altogether there were 51 participants from 16 countries, 44 contributions (research reports and posters) were presented. After processing by peer reviews, 28 papers are published in these Proceedings. View full-text January 2019 · Computing in Science and Engineering
The history of diversity in computing is briefly summarized and the need for a conference for Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT), is briefly discussed. Since its inception in 2015, RESPECT has provided a peer-reviewed venue for presenting innovative research, experiences, and ideas on broadening participation of underrepresented
... [Show full abstract] groups in computing. The RESPECT 2019 research track includes papers, posters, and lightning talk presentations that examine barriers to equity and inclusion that impact the representation of women, people of color, and people with disabilities across the entire CS education and workforce pipeline; that propose and evaluate interventions to promote inclusive pedagogy in computer science classrooms, including through K-12 teacher preparation; and that describe approaches to making equity and inclusion a first principle for CS education strategies at the school and state levels. Read more June 2017 · Journal of American Studies
Evangelical rap may sound like an oxymoron, but it was one of the most important trends in evangelical America as the Christian right rose to new levels of power in the 1990s. The trio DC Talk sold millions of album and dominated the Christian charts from the early 1990s and into the early 2000s. This was more than pure entertainment. Popular culture, and especially popular culture targeted at
... [Show full abstract] teens, is an important venue for disseminating values and sustaining religious identities. The artists promoted by the Christian music industry have to reflect the ideas and values that parents and central evangelical institutions wish to teach their children. In the 1990s, racial reconciliation was one of the most important issues to evangelical America and DC Talk were poster boys for a multiracial and multicultural America. Therefore this article takes DC Talk as a starting point to discuss evangelical engagement with race issues in the 1990s. DC Talk wrapped up evangelical individualism and color-blind conservatism in hip-hop garb, trying to reinvent a group with a checkered past when it comes to race relations as the hope of a racially harmonious America. Read more Poster Full-text available July 2019
Summer School Samset 18 "School on Advanced Materials for Sustainable Energy Technologies 2018”. Lecce (Italy) 11-15 Giugno 2018.
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A noise model for detectors operated in the capacitive discharge mode is presented. It is used to analyse the noise performance of the ESO nested timing readout technique applied to a linear 32 element InSb array which is multiplexed by a silicon switched-FET shift register.
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