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Environmental and social scientists rely on observational data to accurately model natural processes and human activities around the globe. Since these processes and activities do not occur in isolation, it is required to forecast how they...
Presenter: Daniel Garijo
Organisation: University of Southern California
Webcast time: 11:30
Webcast date: Friday 26 October 2018
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Drawing on real-life case studies from Nepal, Indonesia, and Kenya, I will provide an overview of how crowdsourced and social media data are used or ignored in humanitarian response and the challenges they pose for practitioners. Designed in...
Major academic publishers need to be able to analyse their vast catalogue of products and select the best items to be marketed in scientific venues. This is a complex exercise that requires characterising with a high precision the topics of...
Presenter: Thiviyan Thanapalasingam
Organisation: The Open University
Webcast date: Friday 21 September 2018
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The practice of service development in general and Web service development in particular is not easy to acquire for novice and even experienced software developers. Either you have to learn a huge software stack or you have to rely on third...
AND Technology Research has been active for over 20 years in monitoring energy. ‘Energy Data’ is created as a consequence. Much of that time has involved the collection of ‘Small Data’; data relevant to one...
People express themselves in different ways due to their background, their intended audience, the conventions of their language for the genre in question, or just as a matter of personal style. This variation has important consequences for...