76 Works

Bell's Theorem - A fallacy of the excluded middle (Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundations - 4 June 11-16, 2007, Växjö University, Växjö, Sweden)

Ilija Barukčić
Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundations - 4 June 11-16, 2007, Växjö University, Växjö, Sweden Bell's theorem-Refuted.

Anti Newton - Refutation of The Constancy Of Newton's Gravitational Constant G (2nd International Conference on Physical Science and Technology (ICPST 2015) January 7-8, 2015 Doha, Qatar.)

Ilija Barukčić
2nd International Conference on Physical Science and Technology (ICPST 2015) January 7-8, 2015 Doha, Qatar.

QUALITY EDUCATION IN PRISONS IN EU. A UTOPIA IN THE 2030 AGENDA?. In English

Ana M. Castro-Martínez

QUALITY EDUCATION IN PRISONS IN EU. A UTOPIA IN THE 2030 AGENDA?. In English

Ana M. Castro-Martínez

ALUMNADO CON DISCAPACIDAD INTELECTUAL. LA ELECCIÓN DE LENGUA COMO CRITERIO DE NO-DISCRIMINACIÓN.

Ana M. Castro-Martínez
STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. THE CHOICE OF LANGUAGE AS A CRITERION OF NON-DISCRIMINATION. In territorial areas where several languages coexist, as is the case of autonomous communities with their own language, the choice of teachers of one of them to the detriment of another, could incur a violation of the rights of the student with intellectual disability. The purpose of this work is making an analysis of the criterion of the correct choice of language...

ELEXIFINDER: A Tool for Searching Lexicographic Scientific Output

Iztok Kosem & Simon Krek
Access to lexicographic research is highly important for lexicographers when conceptualizing and compiling dictionaries, and preparing their publications for presentation to the lexicographic community. There have been several attempts to offer a systematic record of lexicographic scientific output, and advanced search of it, but most of them are no longer updated, focus only on bibliographic data, and do not include works from other fields related to lexicography. The tool called Elexifinder has been developed within...

Lexicographic Practices in Europe: Results of the ELEXIS Survey on User Needs

Jelena Kallas, Svetla Koeva, Margit Langemets, Carole Tiberius & Iztok Kosem
The paper presents the results of a survey on lexicographic practices and lexicographers’ needs across Europe (and beyond) both for born-digital and retrodigitized resources. The survey was conducted during the period from 11 July to 1 October 2018 in the context of the Horizon 2020 project ELEXIS (European Lexicographic Infrastructure). The survey was completed by 159 respondents from a total of 45 countries, comprising 36 European countries and nine countries outside Europe. Looking in detail...

Development of mechanically compliant flip chip interconnect using single metal coated polymer spheres

Daniel Nilsen Wright, & Joachim S. Graff
Most available fine pitch interconnects, like micro bumps and copper pillars, are not particularly compliant
whereas available compliant interconnects, like plastic core solder balls, are not fine pitch. Using Ag plated
polymer spheres (MPS) in conjunction with a nano-Ag conductive ink has the potential to achieve mechanically
compliant flip chip interconnects since the structural integrity is maintained by the flexible polymer core while
the electrical conductivity is maintained by the Ag plated shell. Additionally, the...

TEI Lex-0 In Action: Improving the Encoding of the Dictionary of the Academia das Ciências de Lisboa

A Salgado, R. Costa, T Tasovac & A. Simões
This paper describes some experiments made while encoding the first complete dictionary of the Academia das Ciências de Lisboa (DACL) in the context of TEI Lex-0, a community-based interchange format for lexical data aimed at facilitating the interoperability and reusability of lexical resources. Even though the original encoding of the DACL was based on TEI, we decided to switch to TEI Lex-0 because it allowed us to streamline our encoding. Our experiments show that even...

Adding Pronunciation Information to Wordnets

Declerck Thierry, Bajcetic Lenka &
We describe ongoing work consisting in adding pronunciation information to wordnets, as such information can indicate specific senses of a word. Many wordnets associate with their senses only a lemma form and a part-of-speech tag. At the same time, we are aware that additional linguistic information can be useful for identifying a specific sense of a wordnet lemma when encountered in a corpus. While work already deals with the addition of grammatical number or grammatical...

Corpus Creation for Sentiment Analysis in Code-Mixed Tamil-English Text

, , Ruba Priyadharshini & John Philip McCrae
Understanding the sentiment of a comment from a video or an image is an essential task in many applications. Sentiment analysis of a text can be useful for various decision-making processes. One such application is to analyse the popular sentiments of videos on social media based on viewer comments. However, comments from social media do not follow strict rules of grammar, and they contain mixing of more than one language, often written in non-native scripts....

Analysis and Transfer of Human Movement Manipulability in Industry-like Activities

Noémie Jaquier, Leonel Rozo & Sylvain Calinon
Humans exhibit outstanding learning, planning and adaptation capabilities while performing different types of industrial tasks. Given some knowledge about the task requirements, humans are able to plan their limbs motion in anticipation of the execution of specific skills. For example, when an operator needs to drill a hole on a surface, the posture of her limbs varies to guarantee a stable configuration that is compatible with the drilling task specifications, e.g. exerting a force orthogonal...

Bell's Theorem - A fallacy of the excluded middle (Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundations - 4 June 11-16, 2007, Växjö University, Växjö, Sweden)

Ilija Barukčić
Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundations - 4 June 11-16, 2007, Växjö University, Växjö, Sweden Bell's theorem-Refuted.

The mathematical formula of the causal relationship k (3d International Conference on Physical Science and Technology (ICPST 2016) Torino, Italy January 22-24, 2016)

Ilija Barukčić
3d International Conference on Physical Science and Technology (ICPST 2016) Torino, Italy January 22-24, 2016

The Equivalence of Time and Gravitational Field (2011 International Conference on Physics Science and Technology (ICPST 2011) December 12-13, 2011, Hong Kong, China).

Ilija Barukčić
The relationship between energy, time and space is still not solved in an appropriate manner. According to Newton's concept of time and space, both have to be taken as absolute. If we follow Leibniz and his arguments, space and time are relative. Since Einstein's theory of relativity we know at least that energy, time and space are deeply related. Albert Einstein originally predicted that time is nothing absolute but something relative, time changes and can...

Anti Bohr — Quantum Theory and Causality (The 17th Växjö conference on Quantum Foundations - Quantum and Beyond (QB) at the Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden, June 13-16, 2016)

Ilija Barukčić
The 17th Växjö conference on Quantum Foundations Quantum and Beyond (QB) Linnaeus University in Växjö,
Sweden, June 13-16, 2016 Anti Bohr — Quantum Theory and Causality

The empirical state of academization in Swiss higher education: the case of universities of applied sciences and arts and universities of teacher education.

Sheron Baumann & Melanie Elderton
Relatively recent reforms of the Swiss higher education system have elevated former institutions of vocational training and education to the tertiary level and tasked them with the same public remit more traditional universities have to fulfil. The integration of research by the new universities of applied sciences and arts (UASes) and universities of teacher education (UTEs) necessitates staff with different competencies favouring academics. This prompted concerns that processes of academization could lead to a gap...

Impeller design and multi-stage architecture optimisation for turbocompressors operating with a helium-neon gas mixture

Maxime Podeur, Damian Vogt, Sebastiano Mauri & Philipp Jenny
As part of the design of a new particle accelerator at CERN, a research is conducted to study the challenges and opportunities of multi-stage turbocompressor machines operating with light gases and more specifically with a mixture of helium and neon. First, a 1D stage performance prediction model is implemented and coupled with a genetic algorithm in order to generate an impeller database. Then, a stacking method is developed considering design philosophies and technological limitations observed...

PROFESORADO CON DISCAPACIDAD. AJUSTES RAZONABLES COMO VÍA DE MEJORA.

Ana M. Castro-Martínez
TEACHERS WITH DISABILITIES. THE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION AS A WAY OF IMPROVEMENT. This paper aims to analize the right of teachers with disabilities to the adaptation of the job through reasonable accommodation. I make a description, legal foundation, characteristics, forms of use and procedure to follow. Data for Galicia of the number of teachers are exposed as well as the treatment of the Administration. Some conclusions are: The teachers with disabilities have the right to reasonable...

LA COMPRENSIÓN DE TEXTOS COMO VÍA DE IMPLEMENTACIÓN DE LA EDUCACIÓN INCLUSIVA.

Ana M. Castro-Martínez
Indagamos ahora el grado de comprensión de textos cuando ya han cumplido condena o se encuentran en centro alternativo. Los objetivos de la investigación son: 1.-Determinar el grado de comprensión de textos a través de la autopercepción en un grupo de participantes en situación de gran vulnerabilidad (exreclusos). 2.-Establecer si existen diferencias significativas cuando se utilizan herramientas facilitadoras de textos. 3.-Señalar si la lengua empleada en el texto puede facilitar o dificultar la comprensión en...

THE COM-T METHOD

Ana M. Castro-Martínez
THE COM-T METHOD

Porting a Crowd-Sourced German Lexical Semantics Resource to Ontolex-Lemon

Thierry Declerck & Melanie Siegl
In this paper we present our work consisting of mapping the recently created open source German lexical semantics resource “Open-de-WordNet” (OdeNet) into the OntoLex-Lemon format. OdeNet was originally created in order to be integrated in the Open Multilingual Wordnet initiative. One motivation for porting OdeNet to OntoLex-Lemon is to publish in the Linguistic Linked Open Data cloud this new WordNet-compliant resource for German. At the same time we can with the help of OntoLex-Lemon link...

Recent Developments for the Linguistic Linked Open Data Infrastructure

Thierry Declerck, John McCrae, Matthias Hartung, Jorge Gracia, Christian Chiarcos, Elena Montiel, Philipp Cimiano, Artem Revenko, Deidre Lee, Stefania Racioppa, Jamal Nasir, Matthias Orlikowski, Marta Lanau-Coronas, Christian Fäth, Mariano Rico, Mohammad Fazleh Elahi, Maria Khvalchik, Roser Sauri, Meritxell Gonzalez & Katharine Cooney
In this paper we describe the contributions made by the European H2020 project “Prêt-à-LLOD” (‘Ready-to-use Multilingual Linked Language Data for Knowledge Services across Sectors’) to the further development of the Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD) infrastructure. Prêt-à-LLOD aims to develop a new methodology for building data value chains applicable to a wide range of sectors and applications and based around language resources and language technologies that can be integrated by means of semantic technologies.
We...

Linguistic Linked Open Data for All

John P. McCrae & Thierry Declerck
In this paper we briefly describe the European H2020 project "Prêt-à-LLOD" ('Ready-to-use Multilingual Linked Language Data for Knowledge Services across Sectors'). This project aims to increase the uptake of language technologies by exploiting the combination of linked data and language technologies, that is Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD), to create ready-to-use multilingual data. Prêt-à-LLOD aims to achieve this by creating a new methodology for building data value chains applicable to a wide-range of sectors and...

The Equivalence of Time and Gravitational Field (2011 International Conference on Physics Science and Technology (ICPST 2011) December 12-13, 2011, Hong Kong, China).

Ilija Barukčić
The relationship between energy, time and space is still not solved in an appropriate manner. According to Newton's concept of time and space, both have to be taken as absolute. If we follow Leibniz and his arguments, space and time are relative. Since Einstein's theory of relativity we know at least that energy, time and space are deeply related. Albert Einstein originally predicted that time is nothing absolute but something relative, time changes and can...

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