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Computer games for learning: an evidence-based approach
Mayer R.,  The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2014. 304 pp. Type: Book (978-0-262027-57-1)

With the advent of technology in academia, one of the age-old questions has been: Has all that technology facilitated learning? There seems to be a constant division between those who swear to the usefulness of computers, games, and technology in ...

Dec 15 2014
Unsupervised methods for the classification of hyperspectral images with low spatial resolution
Villa A., Chanussot J., Benediktsson J., Jutten C., Dambreville R.  Pattern Recognition 46(6): 1556-1568, 2013. Type: Article

Spectral imaging constitutes a fascinating type of data. Organized as a set of grayscale images, with each image recording the reflected light of the same scene under a different light wavelength range, a spectral image can reveal significantly...

Dec 8 2014
A unified method for finding impossible differentials of block cipher structures
Luo Y., Lai X., Wu Z., Gong G.  Information Sciences: an International Journal 263211-220, 2014. Type: Article

Impossible differential analysis is widely used as a cryptographic tool for key recovering or distinguishing attacks on block ciphers. There are mainly two methods for searching impossible differentials: one is case-by-case analysis and the other ...

Dec 1 2014
The emergence of personal data protection as a fundamental right of the EU
Fuster G.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2014. 274 pp. Type: Book (978-3-319050-22-5)

Law in the European Union (EU) is at the forefront of proposing the fundamental right to personal data protection. This book reveals the steps leading to the emergence of the new understanding of rights while indicating the intricacies of its...

Nov 24 2014
Values at play in digital games
Flanagan M., Nissenbaum H.,  The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2014. 224 pp. Type: Book (978-0-262027-66-3)

Since the first stories were told around a campfire millennia ago, we have used storytelling to convey values. In the last century, films and TV began to compete with traditional literature in telling stories and conveying values. Now we have a...

Nov 17 2014
Computing petaflops over terabytes of data: the case of genome-wide association studies
Fabregat-Traver D., Bientinesi P.  ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software 40(4): 1-22, 2014. Type: Article

With its catchy but somewhat misleading title, this paper proposes a method for efficiently solving multiple instances of the same problem when the instances are correlated....

Nov 10 2014
Ontology-based interpretation of natural language
Cimiano P., Unger C., McCrae J.,  Morgan&Claypool Publishers, San Rafael, CA, 2014. 178 pp. Type: Book (978-1-608459-89-6)

The holy grail for computational linguistics, as the authors see it, is the semantic interpretation of text. A combination of semantic web research, particularly related to ontology-based systems, together with linguistic formalisms and knowledge ...

Nov 3 2014
Analytical solutions for frequency estimators by interpolation of DFT coefficients
Liao J., Lo S.  Signal Processing 10093-100, 2014. Type: Article

Given a sequence of sinusoidal signals s[n] with additive noise in the time domain, a fundamental problem is to estimate its frequency. It has a wide range of applications, such as biomedical signal...

Oct 27 2014
Constraints meet concurrency
Mauro J.,  Atlantis Publishing Corporation, Paris, France, 2014. 170 pp. Type: Book (978-9-462390-66-9)

Constraint-based execution and concurrency are valuable allies, but they are not natural ones. This book examines ways in which constraints and concurrency can be brought into harmony. The results reported show how constraints can be trimmed for...

Oct 20 2014
Stewarding a legacy: responsibilities and relationships in the management of post-mortem data
Brubaker J., Dombrowski L., Gilbert A., Kusumakaulika N., Hayes G.  CHI 2014 (Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,  Apr 26-May 1, 2014) 4157-4166, 2014. Type: Proceedings

Who should own your digital legacy (for example, your Facebook page or tweets) and manage your “digital afterlife” once you are deceased? As opposed to standard legal inheritance, this paper elaborately explores the option to employ...

Oct 13 2014
 
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