نتایج جستجو برای Hollywood

تعداد نتایج: 548  

2004
Allen J. Scott,

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2005
Paul A. Roman,

As military forces around the world embrace modelling and simulation as a fundamental enabling technology necessary to help them meet strategic objectives, the limitations and potential misuses of these tools and the processes that use them are worth closer examination. Of particular concern is the potential for decision-makers to be unduly influenced by state-of-the-art animation and 3D graphi...

2010
Nick Redfern,

Statistical analysis is an important part of an inductive programme of research into film style enabling large groups of films to be analysed, identifying key trends, and identifying changes in film style between groups of films from different countries and time periods. In this paper, the use of shot scales in Hollywood and German cinema between 1910 and 1939 is analysed using linear regressio...

2016
Aashna Garg, Vinaya Polamreddi,

Movies are a huge part of most of our lives. They reflect, distort and influence how our society works. The systematic bias against female and other minority characters and actors in Hollywood has been a hot topic for a while now. However, there has been very little quantitative analysis for this debate. Embodying Silicon Valley’s zeal for data-driven problem solving, we explored a corpus of mo...

Journal: :Revista gaucha de enfermagem 2013
Fernanda Niemeyer, Maria Henriqueta Luce Kruse,

The study attempts to understand how dying from cancer is portrayed by five movies produced in Hollywood between 1993 and 2006. Based on the cultural studies and their post-structuralism version and supported by the notions of discourse and subjectivity, as proposed by philosopher Michel Foucault, we suggest one of the possible readings of the movie picture corpus. We assess how the movie pictu...

2013
Mike Baxter,

Cutting, Delong and Nothelfer (2010) use statistical methods to investigate the evolution of shot-length patterns in popular film. They argue, using what they call a ‘modified autoregressive index’ (mAR), that patterns are becoming increasingly clustered and also evolving towards 1/f structure, a pattern described in later publication as ‘like those that our minds may naturally generate’. This ...

Journal: :Nature 2017
Mark Peplow,

in space, with atoms moving about in a stately dance. They spin the structures mentally to examine them from all angles, perhaps twisting each molecule until a bond pops open and another snaps into place. Such movies play inside the minds of most chemists because they offer a way to visualize how reactions happen. “The unifying thought experiment across all disciplines of chemistry is to imagin...

2014
James E. Cutting, Catalina Iricinschi, Kaitlin L. Brunick,

This article presents a new method to create maps that chart changes across a cinematic narrative. These are unlike narrative spaces previously discussed in the literature—they are abstract, holistic, dynamic representations based on objective criteria. The analysis considers three films (All About Eve, Inception, and MASH) by counting the co-occurrences of main characters within scenes, and 12...

2013
Stanislav Czudek,

Robotic surgery – a taste of Hollywood? S St ta an ni is sl la av v C Cz zu ud de ek k Videosurgery Robotic surgery is a new and promising technique. Numerous authors believe it to be as revolutionary as laparoscopy or thoracoscopy [1]. Let us try to analyze if this is really the case. Multiple instruments , very useful in some cases, have been introduced. They are still being developed and are...

Journal: :Psychological science 2010
James E Cutting, Jordan E DeLong, Christine E Nothelfer,

Reaction times exhibit a spectral patterning known as 1/f, and these patterns can be thought of as reflecting time-varying changes in attention. We investigated the shot structure of Hollywood films to determine if these same patterns are found. We parsed 150 films with release dates from 1935 to 2005 into their sequences of shots and then analyzed the pattern of shot lengths in each film. Auto...

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