Political Language in Economics
Does political ideology influence economic research? We rely upon purely inductive methods in natural language processing and machine learning to examine patterns of implicit political ideology in…
Response to "An Examination of Plausible Score Correlation from the Trend in Mathematics and Science Study"
- EducationATHENS JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
This article is a response to an article written by Wang and Ma "An Examination of Plausible Score Correlation from the Trend in Mathematics and Science Study", published in the Athens Journal of…
An Examination of Plausible Score Correlation from the Trend in Mathematics and Science Study.
The United States invented a matrix sampling technique to impute five plausible scores of student performance in its National Assessment of Educational Progress. That approach was adopted by a Trend…
Reliability of ultra-short-term analysis as a surrogate of standard 5-min analysis of heart rate variability.
- MedicineTelemedicine journal and e-health : the official journal of the American Telemedicine Association
Some HRV variables calculated from R-R interval series shorter than 5 min were well matched with those calculated from the 5-min R- R interval, suggesting that ultra-short-term HRV is likely to be a good surrogate method to assess trends in HRV.
Scatter in the shear capacity of slender RC members without web reinforcement: an overview study
All researchers who have tested the shear capacity of RC members without stirrups have observed a large scatter in the results.
Determination of General Circulation Model Domain Using LASSO to Improve Rainfall Prediction Accuracy in West Java
- Environmental Science
This study uses GCM data from CFSRv2 with gridresolution 2.5°×2.
Organisational learning, organisational ambidexterity, environmental turbulence, and NPD performance of Malaysian's manufacturing sector
Despite numerous studies proving that environmental turbulence was moderating the new product development (NPD) performance of manufacturing firms, it is however, still less stressed upon in…
Health Information on Internet: Quality, Importance, and Popularity of Persian Health Websites
- MedicineIranian Red Crescent medical journal
The Google PageRank did not properly reflect the real quality of evaluated websites and Internet users seeking online health information should not merely rely on it for any kind of prejudgment regarding Persian health websites, but can use Iran Alexa rank as a primary filtering tool of these websites.
A Font and Size Independent Content Based Retrieval System for Kannada Document Images
- Computer Science
This paper presents a Content based image retrieval system for Kannada Document images that returns the documents in the database in which there is a similar word, with the word highlighted, given a query word.
Serum chemerin levels are independently associated with quality of life in colorectal cancer survivors: A pilot study
- MedicinePloS one
It is suggested that serum chemerin levels may have a significant association with CRC survivor QOL, and further prospective studies are required to confirm the clinical significance of this pilot study.
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