نتایج جستجو برای topic familiarity

تعداد نتایج: 143888  

2015
Lucas Sterckx, Thomas Demeester, Johannes Deleu, Chris Develder,

We explore how the unsupervised extraction of topic-related keywords benefits from combining multiple topic models. We show that averaging multiple topic models, inferred from different corpora, leads to more accurate keyphrases than when using a single topic model and other state-of-the-art techniques. The experiments confirm the intuitive idea that a prerequisite for the significant benefit o...

Journal: :Natural Language Engineering 2006
Derrick Higgins, Jill Burstein, Y. Attali,

Educational assessment applications, as well as other natural-language interfaces, need some mechanism for validating user responses. If the input provided to the system is infelicitous or uncooperative, the proper response may be to simply reject it, to route it to a bin for special processing, or to ask the user to modify the input. If problematic user input is instead handled as if it were t...

Journal: :Journal of neuropsychology 2008
Galia Avidan, Marlene Behrmann,

A particularly interesting and somewhat puzzling finding in the face-processing literature is that, despite the absence of overt recognition of most faces, many patients with acquired prosopagnosia (AP) exhibit evidence of intact covert face recognition of the very same faces. This phenomenon has important implications for the understanding of the mechanism underlying AP and, by extension, the ...

2010
Christopher J. A. Moulin,

We report the case of a 39 year-old, temporal lobe epileptic male, MH. Prior to complex partial seizure, experienced up to three times a day, MH often experiences an aura experienced as a persistent sensation of déjà vu. Data-driven theories of déjà vu formation suggest that partial familiarity for the perceived stimulus is responsible for the sensation. Consequently, diverting attention away f...

1994
Michael Eckmann, Li Yu, Terrance E. Boult,

Search and rescue operations can greatly benefit from the training provided by familiarity with the situation area and from practice navigating the area. Often it is difficult, dangerous and expensive to train people in the actual environment in which they will be working. For example, training firefighters in a burning building is dangerous and very costly (a building is destroyed). Therefore,...

Journal: :Journal of memory and language 2004
Heather M Kleider, Stephen D Goldinger,

When people perform a recognition memory task, they may avail themselves of different forms of information. For example, they may recall specific learning episodes, or rely on general feelings of familiarity. Although subjective familiarity is often valid, it can make people vulnerable to memory illusions. Research using verbal materials has shown that "old" responses are often increased by enh...

2016
Joseph P. Garnier, Jean-Charles Marty, Karim Sehaba,

We propose a computational model for the Component Process Model (CPM) of Scherer, the most recent and the most complete model of emotion in psychology. This one proposes to appraise a stimulus through a sequence of sixteen appraisal variables dealing with a large number of its characteristics. As CPM is very abstract and high level, it is not really used in affective computing and no formal mo...

2017
Matteo Visconti di Oleggio Castello, Kelsey G Wheeler, Carlo Cipolli, M Ida Gobbini,

Recognition of personally familiar faces is remarkably efficient, effortless and robust. We asked if feature-based face processing facilitates detection of familiar faces by testing the effect of face inversion on a visual search task for familiar and unfamiliar faces. Because face inversion disrupts configural and holistic face processing, we hypothesized that inversion would diminish the fami...

2017
Jasper Robinson, Emma J Whitt, Peter M Jones,

We report that stimulus novelty/familiarity is able to modulate stimulus generalization and discuss the theoretical implications of novelty/familiarity coding. Rats in Skinner boxes received clicker → shock pairings before generalization testing to a tone. Before clicker training, different groups of rats received preexposure treatments designed to systematically modulate the clicker and the to...

Journal: :Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior 2013
Floriana Costanzo, Stefano Vicari, Giovanni A Carlesimo,

Interest is being shown in a componential analysis of performance on declarative memory tasks that distinguishes two different kinds of access to stored memories, recollection and familiarity. From a developmental perspective, it has been hypothesized that recollection emerges later and shows more developmental changes than familiarity. Nevertheless, the contribution of recollection and familia...

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