By André Heck (auth.), Alberto Accomazzi (eds.)
The current quantity gathers jointly the talks provided on the colloquim "Future expert verbal exchange II (FPCA-II)," held on the Harvard-Smithsonian middle for Astrophysics (Cambridge, MA) on 13-14 April 2010. influenced by way of a convergence of evidence and traits on this planet of publishing, in addition to by means of interrogations from in the astronomy group, the FPCA conferences are quietly making background as they're convening all significant companions, publishers, editors, archive managers, officials of realized societies, in addition to scientists focused on specialist verbal exchange tactics. The contributions offered during this quantity describe their actions, initiatives and questions about the future.
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1981) or color-magnitude diagrams (Golay et al. 1977). This is likely because, while the techniques are linear, the underlying physics is highly non-linear (Kurtz 1982). Human thought is also highly non-linear; representing it by a linear vector space is bound to cause problems. Although the success of LSA as an indexing method for text demonstrated that very local measures of nearness can be eﬀectively deﬁned, more generally these are not metric spaces. As an example, human perceptions do not follow the Schwartz or triangle inequality.
One can build powerful descriptive and predictive models (Barabasi 2003; Newman 2003). Many of the techniques were developed for the social sciences (Wassermann and Faust 1994) and are now widespread. J. Kurtz percent of the papers published in 2009 by Physical Review E address aspects of network problems, as do 26% of papers published in PLOS Computational Biology, for example. The structure of information networks contains information about the intelligent processes which created them. Obtaining the underlying structure from the network is called community detection, and is similar to techniques for cluster analysis or classiﬁcation.
Kurtz articles on weak lensing which are, themselves, highly cited. In other words we have found review articles on weak lensing. Example 2 starts with the article-reader bipartite graph, where an article is connected to a reader if that person has read that article. Again we initially restrict the articles to ones concerning the topic weak lensing, then we sort that list on an attribute of the article (now that attribute is the publication date), and take the most recent 200. Again we form a super-node with the 200 articles, and sort the reader nodes by out-degree to this super node.