29 results for qubit oscillator frequency
Contributors: Elda de Oliveira, Maria Cristina Mazzaia, Carmen Lúcia Albuquerque de Santana, Marcia Thereza Couto Falcão
... Objective: to produce a mental health podcast with young people from urban poverty contexts , based on their priority, on the processes of individual and social dimensions regarding suicidal behavior. Method: project approved by the applicant institution. Qualitative research developed through action research. The theoretical reference of choice is intersectionality, which reflects the multiplicities of differentiations that, articulating with gender, permeate the social. This approach does not emphasize the determinations of phenomena only on the economic basis, but also from other social markers, since several inequality aspects are now recognized as influencing the subjects' daily practices. The unit selected will be the State School, which belongs to the East Education Board 2, located in the Itaim Paulista neighborhood, east side of São Paulo (SP) - Brazil. Data collection will be performed through workshops - group technique that allows data collection in participatory research. All workshops will be recorded and filmed for further analysis. The instruments and methods of data collection will occur through interviews, field journal and different participatory strategies during the development of the workshops. The interviews will take place according to the questionnaire that apprehends the Social Reproduction Index (SRI), which analyzes the different dimensions of the social life of the groups. It is a tool capable of apprehending the differences of social reproduction that characterize the social classes that are part of a given territory, being able to show the different epidemiological profiles of families, even if they are living in the same micro space. This differentiation enables the planning of educational or other actions. The field journal used to make a dense description of what was observed in the field, written and/or recorded immediately to the field activity. Data processing: the workshops will be transcribed and inserted in the QSRNvivo software, used for text analysis and other materials, such as videos and audios. It is a useful technological tool for qualitative research to organize and analyze data production, which facilitates analysis, since the software is unable to understand the results. Analysis: will be followed a multilevel analysis, which considers the identity construction of the subjects, the symbolic representations and the social structure in which the participants are immersed.
Contributors: Victoria Kosa, David Chaves-Fraga, Vadim Ermolayev, Aliaksandr Birukou
... These data represents three collections of Scientific papers, and all the intermediate data, used to experiment on detecting terminological saturation in document collections. This work is done in frame of OntoElect project.
Contributors: Guillem Camprodon, Victor Barberan, Maximo Perez, Oscar Gonzalez, Miguel Angel de Heras, Viktor Smari
... The Smart Citizen Kit is aimed at providing a low-cost environmental sensor solution non-technical users can quickly deploy. The design developed for the project is a complete reiteration of the Smart Smart Citizen Kit, a piece of hardware for citizen sensing already tested in other projects for more than five years. On this iteration, new sensors had been added, and all the electronic design has been redone from the ground up to improve the data accuracy and reduce the manufacturing costs. The design is built around two boards the Smart Citizen Data Board and the Smart Citizen Urban Sensor Board. The first board contains the data acquisition, power management, and the communication unit. The second contains a set of sensors aimed at the outdoor urban environment including Particulate Matter, Air Temperature, Relative Humidity, Noise Level, Ambient Light and Barometric Pressure. This work is led by IAAC Fab Lab Barcelona team under the framework of iSCAPE (Improving Smart Control of Air Pollution in Europe) project, which is funded by the European Community’s H2020 Programme (H2020-SC5-04-2015) under the Grant Agreement No. 689954. All the authors acknowledge the funding received via the iSCAPE project.
Contributors: Mary Easter Claire Perez-Torres
... This data includes research and literature about the mental health care in prison setting.
Contributors: Paul Groth, Mike Lauruhn, Antony Scerri, Ronald Daniel
... This dataset is the result of applying crowd sourcing to the extractions of two open information extraction tools (Open IE 4 and MinIE) linked below. Extractions were performed on both a set of random sentences from Wikipedia and randomly selected sentences from the OA-STM corpus. The aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of open information extraction tools on scientific and medical text. The initial datasets, the code for applying information, the HITS, labelling instructions, and analysis code are all included above.
Contributors: María del Pilar García-Chitiva
... This data set includes a representative sample of published papers indexed in the Scopus database between 1998 and 2018. The records include the bibliographic data of all the manuscripts with the term “Transactive Memory System” in the title, the abstract or the keywords. The resulting sample of 322 papers was downloaded in BibTeX format from Scopus in January 2019 and transformed as a comma-separated value format.
Migrants in the media: a quantitative analysis of print media in Spain, Belgium and Germany in the context of the upcoming 2019 European elections.
Contributors: Kate Jackson, Ariane Gemander
... The matter of migrant related discourses has been a prominent theme in political debates and public discussions leading up to the European elections. The ways in which migration and migrants are framed in the discourse encompases how migration is percieved and constructed in the general consciousness, and has an observable effect on political developments around the world. Media portrayals of migrants influences local communities’ perception and openness to newcomers. Entrance into a community requires participation from both the migrants, and the local communities. This research has been pursued in order to better understand the discursive way in which migrants are being contextualized in the media in three European countries. This study offers a quantitative analysis of nine online newspapers from Germany, Spain and Belgium. Data has been gathered over a two month period to create a lexical database that can be regarded as a whole, or observed as lexical developments over the two months leading up to the elections. To conduct the quantitative analysis, the researchers used TXM, a digital tool that supports the statistical analysis of large volumes of text. Through creating a lexical corpus, the researchers have codified recurring words and “lexical environments” of keywords that the researchers specifically targeted. Analyzing the results against a literary review of previous analysis for each of the three countries provides us with a point of analysis of how migrants are being presented in the discourse. This work is designed to help better understand the ways in which migrants are being depicted to local populations as this framing has been shown to affect voting patterns and the political landscape.
Contributors: Philipp Keller
... Guide's software and data repository- compact version