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Understanding Users Of Commercial Music Services Through Personas: Design Implications

Jin Ha Lee & Rachel Price
Most of the previous literature on music users’ needs, habits, and interactions with music information retrieval (MIR) systems focuses on investigating user groups of particular demographics or testing the usability of specific interfaces/systems. In order to improve our understanding of how users’ personalities and characteristics affect their needs and interactions with MIR systems, we conducted a qualitative user study across multiple commercial music services, utilizing interviews and think-aloud sessions. Based on the empirical user data,...

Figures 10–11. Vanonus Spp. Illustrations. 10 In New Aderidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) From Baltic And Bitterfeld Amber

Vitalii I. Alekseev & Traci L. Grzymala
FIGURES 10–11. Vanonus spp. illustrations. 10) Vanonus ulmerigicus sp. nov. A. forebody, B. antenna, C. metafemur; 11) Vanonus aestiorum sp. nov. A. forebody, B. antenna.

Figures 32–35 In New Aderidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) From Baltic And Bitterfeld Amber

Vitalii I. Alekseev & Traci L. Grzymala
FIGURES 32–35. Palaeocnopus mara sp. nov. habitus photographs. 32) Holotype, lateral view; 33) Holotype, latero-ventral view; 34) Paratype (No. AWI-105), latero-ventral view; 35) Paratype (No. AWI-105), dorsal view. Scale bars = 1.0 mm.

Figures 58–65 In Revision Of Taiwanaenidea Kimoto, 1984 (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae)

Chi-Feng Lee & Ron Beenen
FIGURES 58–65. Diagnostic characters of Taiwanaenidea strigosa Kimoto, 1984. 58. Antenna, male; 59. Antenna, female; 60. Penis, dorsal view; 61. Penis, lateral view; 62. Penis, ventral view; 63. Gonocoxae; 64. Abdominal ventrite VIII; 65. Spermatheca.

Figure 10 In To Systematics Of The Mite Genus Hoplocheylus (Acariformes: Tarsocheylidae)

Alexander A. Khaustov
FIGURE 10. Hoplocheylus magnificus Khaustov sp. nov., female: palp in dorsal view.

Figure 11 In To Systematics Of The Mite Genus Hoplocheylus (Acariformes: Tarsocheylidae)

Alexander A. Khaustov
FIGURE 11. Hoplocheylus magnificus Khaustov sp. nov., female: A—leg I in dorsal view, B—leg II in dorsal view.

Figure 12 In To Systematics Of The Mite Genus Hoplocheylus (Acariformes: Tarsocheylidae)

Alexander A. Khaustov
FIGURE 12. Hoplocheylus magnificus Khaustov sp. nov., female: A—leg III in dorsal view, B—leg IV in dorsal view.

Figure 19 In To Systematics Of The Mite Genus Hoplocheylus (Acariformes: Tarsocheylidae)

Alexander A. Khaustov
FIGURE 19. Hoplocheylus sogdianicus Barilo and Sharipov, 1987, female: A—leg III in dorsal view, B—leg IV in dorsal view.

Figure 20 In To Systematics Of The Mite Genus Hoplocheylus (Acariformes: Tarsocheylidae)

Alexander A. Khaustov
FIGURE 20. DIC photos: Hoplocheylus magnificus Khaustov sp. nov., larva: A—pharynx, Hoplocheylus sogdianicus Barilo and Sharipov, 1987, female: B—leg II in dorsal view, C—posterior part of prodorsal shield, D—leg III in dorsal view.

Figure 1 In Earthworms From Matsu, Taiwan With Descriptions Of New Species Of The Genera Amynthas (Oligochaeta: Megascolecidae) And Drawida (Oligochaeta: Moniligastridae)

Huei-Ping Shen, Chih-Han Chang & Wen-Jay Chih
FIGURE 1. Amynthas nanganensis nanganensis sp. nov. et ssp. nov. Holotype (TESRI-O-H-43). A. Right-lateral view of right spermathecal pore region (gp, genital papilla; sp, spermathecal pore). B. Ventral view of male pore region (mp, male porophore). C. Dorsal view of right spermathecae (shaded area) (amp, ampulla; dv, diverticulum; ag, accessory gland). D. Dorsal view of right prostate gland (pd, prostatic duct). Scale bars = 1 mm.

Figure 2 In Review Of The Leafhopper Genus Oncopsis Burmeister (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Macropsinae) In China With Descriptions Of Two New Species

Liyuan Yang & Yalin Zhang
FIGURE 2. Oncopsis latusoid sp. nov. A, Pygofer side and subgenital plate, lateral view; B, Aedeagus, caudal view; C, Aedeagus, lateral view; D, Connective, ventral view; E, Connective, lateral view; F, Style, lateral view; G, Dorsal connective, lateral view.

Figure 6 In Palaearctic Species Of The Hercostomus Plagiatus Group (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) With Description Of A New Species From The Middle East

Igor Ya. Grichanov
FIGURE 6. Hypopygium of Hercostomus golanensis sp. nov., ventral side, left lateral view.

Figure 1 In An Annotated Checklist Of The Aquatic Adephaga (Coleoptera) Of Egypt Iii. Noteridae, Haliplidae And Gyrinidae

Mohamed Salah & Juan Antonio Régil Cueto
FIGURE 1. Map of the Egyptian bioregions. (CS) Northern Coastal Strip; (ED) Eastern Desert; (GE) Gebel Elba; (NV) Nile Valley and Delta; (SI) Sinai Peninsula; (WD) Western Desert.

Figure 1 In Leiostyla Beatae N. Sp. From Eastern Georgia (Gastropoda: Lauriidae)

Frank Walther & Bernhard Hausdorf
FIGURE 1. Shells of Leiostyla species. A–C. Leiostyla beatae n. sp., Georgia: Lagodekhishevi valley 2 km upstream of Lagodekhi; A. holotype (ZMH 101605); B. paratype (NHMW); C. paratype (ZMH 101606); D. Leiostyla silicea (Schileyko, 1975), Georgia: Tekhuri valley 6.7 km towards Lebarde (ZMH 86618); E. Leiostyla paulinae (Lindholm, 1913), Georgia: Kintrishi valley, Chakhati (ZMH 81306); F. Leiostyla caucasica (L. Pfeiffer, 1857), Georgia: Pasanauri, lower valley of Shavi Aragvi river (ZMH 81326). Scale bar = 1.0...

Figure 32 In Radiation And Decline Of Endodontid Land Snails In Makatea, French Polynesia

André F. Sartori, Olivier Gargominy & Benoît Fontaine
FIGURE 32. Pseudolibera paraminderae sp. nov. A–C. Holotype (MNHN 25677), apical views; A. General view; B. Sculpture of the protoconch and early teleoconch; C. Sculpture of the late teleoconch; D. Non-type specimen (station Mk04), dissected shell base showing parietal barrier descending posteriorly. Scale bars: A = 1 mm; B, C = 0.4 mm; D = 2 mm.

Figures 8 – 13 In The Smallest Cyrtoscydmini Of Australia: Revision Of Microscydmus Saulcy & Croissandeau And Penicillidmus Gen. N. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae)

Paweł Jałoszyński
FIGURES 8 – 13. Morphology of the type species of Microscydmus Saulcy & Croissandeau, M. nanus (Schaum), male. Prothorax in ventral view (8); base of pronotum in dorsal view (9); pterothorax and abdomen in ventral view (10); base of elytron in dorsal view (11); pterothorax n dorsal view (12); mesothorax in ventral view (13). Abbreviations: abf, ante-basal pronotal fovea; abg, ante-basal pronotal groove; aest 2, mesanepisternum; ai, asetose impression of mesoventrite; alc, alacrista; ar, anterior...

Figures 46 – 49 In The Smallest Cyrtoscydmini Of Australia: Revision Of Microscydmus Saulcy & Croissandeau And Penicillidmus Gen. N. (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae, Scydmaeninae)

Paweł Jałoszyński
FIGURES 46 – 49. Prothorax in ventral view. Microscydmus (Scydmomicrus) australiensis Franz, female (46); M. (Sc.) capitiseboraci sp. n., male (47); M. (Sc.) tooloomensis sp. n., male (48); Penicillidmus sp., female (49). Abbreviations: hy, hypomeron; hyr, hypomeral ridge; nss, pronotosternal suture; pcc, procoxal cavity; pcs, procoxal socket; pf, profurcal fovea; plp, postero-lateral brush; psp, prosternal intercoxal process.

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Effects Of Tapering On Endurance Among Pondicherry University Cricket Players

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of tapering on cardiovascular endurance among Pondicherry University inter-collegiate cricket players. Thirty (30) inter-collegiate cricket players were selected at random from Pondicherry University. The ages of the subjects were between 18 and 25 years. Cardiovascular endurance was chosen as the study variable. All the subjects underwent specific cricket training for six weeks. After completion of six weeks’ training, the selected subjects were randomly divided into...

The study of the simplest models of mathematical ecology in the simulation software AnyLogic

G. Osipov
The work carried out qualitative and quantitative study of the patterns of interaction of populations that form the basis of modern mathematical ecology. A qualitative analysis of the simplest model of the classical model of the “predator–prey” Volterra–Lotka by bringing it to a form that contains a controlled setting. The necessity of transition from Malthusian model to model with the logistic growth function. It is shown that in this system there is a stationary point....

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FIGURE 5 in Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Palau, Micronesia: Families Maeridae and Melitidae

A. A. Myers
FIGURE 5. Elasmopus laminischia sp. nov., male and female paratypes, Uchelbeluu Reef, Palau.

FIGURE 12 in Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Palau, Micronesia: Families Maeridae and Melitidae

A. A. Myers
FIGURE 12.? Parelasmopus setiger Chevreux, 1901, Lighthouse Reef, Palau.

Figures 1–4 In The Identity Of Calliphora Bezzii Zumpt, 1956 (Diptera, Calliphoridae)

Knut Rognes
FIGURES 1–4. Calliphora latifrons Hough (holotype ♂ of Calliphora bezzii Zumpt). 1. Labels on pinned specimen. 2. Labels on microscope slide of terminalia. 3. Habitus. 4. Area around right wing base. Scale bars: 1.7 cm (Fig. 1), 4 mm (Fig. 3).

Figures 14–19. Stenus Pseudomicuba 14 Male Sternite Vii 15 Male Sternite Ix 16 Valvifers And Spermatheca 17 Spermatheca 18, 19 In A Study On The Genus Stenus Latreille From Tianmushan Mountain Chain Of East China (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)

Liang Tang, Volker Puthz & Yan-Li Yue
FIGURES 14–19. Stenus pseudomicuba 14 male sternite VII 15 male sternite IX 16 valvifers and spermatheca 17 spermatheca 18, 19 aedeagus. Scale bars = 0.25 mm.

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