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  • The 1st international congress on Web Studies aims at providing a venue for researchers and professionals from different backgrounds for discussion, study, practic ...everyday life interactions. The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners interested in presenting and discussing conceptualization
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  • ...amie to describe the phantom feeling of a phone call in one's pocket. Some researchers think that ringxiety stems from a constant state of readiness that could de
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  • ...ilt to function and evolve as a digital education resource and library for researchers and students. Here you will find journal articles, books and papers, as wel <seo title="Digital education resource and library for researchers and students">Most modern human life is a product of human and non-human in
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  • researchers, librarians. People who know what to do with symbols,
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  • ''Researchers are exploring a new social realm that integrates instead of separates cyber ...conditions for the social phenomena they call "wearable communities." The researchers use (that is, they wear) the devices they develop, and are attempting to us
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  • Elastic Time (also known as plastic time), is a term developed by Intel researchers to describe a modern "experience that is highly interruptible, shrinking an Intel researchers tracked 169 laptops, conducted in-person interviews and worked with nationa
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  • ...vel anthropologists, and will also be of inestimable value to other social researchers who use field methods in their work.
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  • [[Category:Researchers]]
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  • From 2002 to 2005, before reality TV ruled the earth, researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, laboriously recruited 32 loca ...like: a fire shower of stress, multitasking and mutual nitpicking. And the researchers found plenty to nitpick themselves.
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  • ...urprise, since the pre-frontal cortex is all about focused attention. Some researchers suggest that dopamine may be involved as well, but there isn’t exact rese
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  • A term coined by Intel researchers to suggest a frame of modern life as an experience that is "highly interrup
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  • A term coined by Intel researchers to suggest a frame of modern life as an experience that is "highly interrup
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  • <blockquote>The researchers suspect that the findings also apply to how humans learn.</blockquote> ...the next year Charlie will interview the most knowledgeable scientists and researchers in hopes of illuminating a new topic of study. Each monthly episode will ex
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  • ...omputer graphics, image processing, and visualization used by thousands of researchers and developers around the world.
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  • ...ncluding coffeepots, watches, microwave ovens, and copying machines. These researchers saw the computer as growing in power while withdrawing as a presence".<ref>
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  • ...tly, machine learning has been applied to create search engine algorithms. Researchers at Cornell University created a prototype, [http://www.cs.cornell.edu/~tj/s
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  • ...ncluding coffeepots, watches, microwave ovens, and copying machines. These researchers saw the computer as growing in power while withdrawing as a presence”.<re
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  • Researchers argue for a type of vegetative group decision making usually
    5 KB (704 words) - 18:58, 29 October 2011
  • ...ple, a program may choose to prepare students to work as applied or policy researchers in international agriculture. The areas of specialization will relate to fa
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  • researchers and historians to rethink their assumptions about
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  • ...uding professionals associated with non-museum institutes such as academic researchers. <blockquote>1. Anthropological researchers should make the results of their research appropriately available to sponso
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  • ...rgAnthropology.com aims to be a digital education resource and library for researchers and students. Any content or contributions that forward this goal are gladl
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  • ...tudents - Cyborg Anthropology." Digital education resource and library for researchers and students - Cyborg Anthropology. http://www.cyborganthropology.com/Main_
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  • Artists, researchers, developers, curators, writers and their relations to V2_. See [http://www.
    14 KB (2,101 words) - 16:22, 15 January 2011
  • ...terfaces are numerous, largely coming from independent emerging technology researchers and the more prescient R & D labs. One such example is the wearable and env
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  • ...rom which "commands" relating to hand movements were transmitted. When the researchers had decoded the brain's signals and "translated" them into digital computer ...l, limited area of the brain's movement centre were measured. According to researchers, this can be done because the "signal profile" changes significantly enough
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  • ...ring, to how children learn, to developing the city car of the future. Lab researchers foster a unique culture of learning by doing, developing technologies that
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  • ...lecting and describing ethnographic or anthropological methods for digital researchers. As the discipline becomes more mainstream (in line with the great number o
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  • Researchers at Technical University of Ilmenau in Germany have developed diminished rea
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  • ...of new work, and the engagement of artists, producers, technologists, and researchers with the aesthetics and culture of new media.
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  • ...oses. Using participant observation, interviews, surveys and focus groups, researchers help, for example, advertising agencies and their clients better understand
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  • ...oming from classes. It was coming from face-to-face conversations with the researchers, the grad students and professors that I met in the hallway, or working on
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  • Since receiving my Ph.D. I have given over 180 talks in 11 countries for researchers in the fields of anthropology, cultural studies, history, international rel
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  • ...e that the extraordinary draws disproportionate theoretical attention from researchers. This ultimately hinders theory development and distorts our picture of soc
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  • ...at "...the extraordinary draws disproportionate theoretical attention from researchers," and that this "ultimately hinders theory development and distorts our pic
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  • ...k from vibrating out of control when the aircraft approached stalling, but researchers found that this natural feedback was useful for pilots in determining what
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  • ...ersity of Osnabrück in Germany. In this study, rather than an anklet, the researchers used a belt. They wore the belt non-stop for six weeks, and reported succes
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  • ...f you managed to recruit, en masse, a significant number of the best young researchers, you could create a first-rate university from nothing overnight. And you c
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  • ...ousness composed of abstract verbal thoughts that are merged with emotion. Researchers have learned that people with autism have a decreased metabolism in the are ...y be created by directly accessing primary memory areas deep in the brain. Researchers in Australia hypothesize that autistic savants may have privileged access t
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  • Researchers at Xerox Parc built an Active Tag system that allowed employees to know whe
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  • ...mote countries or study drug addicts or the wealthy, etc. What a number of researchers have realized is that the world around us is a perfect place to apply anthr
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  • Useful for researchers, scientists, interface designers, developers, professors, students, and any
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