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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29082040/accommodative-stimulus-response-curve-with-emoji-symbols
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Robert Montés-Micó, José J Esteve Taboada, Paula Bernal-Molina, Teresa Ferrer-Blasco
PURPOSE: To evaluate the static measurement of the accommodative stimulus-response curve with emoji symbols. METHODS: The accommodative stimulus-response curve was measured in 18 subjects using a Hartmann-Shack sensor to obtain the objective accommodative response from the Zernike defocus term. Measurements were acquired at different accommodative demands, from 0 to 3 D with a step of 0.5 D. Detailed and nondetailed emoji targets were used with two different sizes, corresponding to the two most common visual angles used in smartphones...
2017: Journal of Ophthalmology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28813793/the-combined-action-of-a-passive-exoskeleton-and-an-emg-controlled-neuroprosthesis-for-upper-limb-stroke-rehabilitation-first-results-of-the-retrainer-project
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E Ambrosini, S Ferrante, J Zajc, M Bulgheroni, W Baccinelli, E d'Amico, T Schauer, C Wiesener, M Russold, M Gfoehler, M Puchinger, M Weber, S Becker, K Krakow, M Rossini, D Proserpio, G Gasperini, F Molteni, G Ferrigno, A Pedrocchi
The combined use of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) and robotic technologies is advocated to improve rehabilitation outcomes after stroke. This work describes an arm rehabilitation system developed within the European project RETRAINER. The system consists of a passive 4-degrees-of-freedom exoskeleton equipped with springs to provide gravity compensation and electromagnetic brakes to hold target positions. FES is integrated in the system to provide additional support to the most impaired muscles. FES is triggered based on the volitional EMG signal of the same stimulated muscle; in order to encourage the active involvement of the patient the volitional EMG is also monitored throughout the task execution and based on it a happy or sad emoji is visualized at the end of each task...
July 2017: IEEE ... International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics: [proceedings]
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28736776/emojinet-building-a-machine-readable-sense-inventory-for-emoji
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Sanjaya Wijeratne, Lakshika Balasuriya, Amit Sheth, Derek Doran
Emoji are a contemporary and extremely popular way to enhance electronic communication. Without rigid semantics attached to them, emoji symbols take on different meanings based on the context of a message. Thus, like the word sense disambiguation task in natural language processing, machines also need to disambiguate the meaning or 'sense' of an emoji. In a first step toward achieving this goal, this paper presents EmojiNet, the first machine readable sense inventory for emoji. EmojiNet is a resource enabling systems to link emoji with their context-specific meaning...
November 2016: Proc Int Workshop Soc Inform
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28713880/finding-street-gang-members-on-twitter
#4
Lakshika Balasuriya, Sanjaya Wijeratne, Derek Doran, Amit Sheth
Most street gang members use Twitter to intimidate others, to present outrageous images and statements to the world, and to share recent illegal activities. Their tweets may thus be useful to law enforcement agencies to discover clues about recent crimes or to anticipate ones that may occur. Finding these posts, however, requires a method to discover gang member Twitter profiles. This is a challenging task since gang members represent a very small population of the 320 million Twitter users. This paper studies the problem of automatically finding gang members on Twitter...
August 2016: Proc IEEE ACM Int Conf Adv Soc Netw Anal Min
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28600279/frequencies-of-private-mentions-and-sharing-of-mammography-and-breast-cancer-terms-on-facebook-a-pilot-study
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Marco Huesch, Alison Chetlen, Joel Segel, Susann Schetter
BACKGROUND: The most popular social networking site in the United States is Facebook, an online forum where circles of friends create, share, and interact with each other's content in a nonpublic way. OBJECTIVE: Our objectives were to understand (1) the most commonly used terms and phrases relating to breast cancer screening, (2) the most commonly shared website links that other women interacted with, and (3) the most commonly shared website links, by age groups...
June 9, 2017: Journal of Medical Internet Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28364283/lisbon-emoji-and-emoticon-database-leed-norms-for-emoji-and-emoticons-in-seven-evaluative-dimensions
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David Rodrigues, Marília Prada, Rui Gaspar, Margarida V Garrido, Diniz Lopes
The use of emoticons and emoji is increasingly popular across a variety of new platforms of online communication. They have also become popular as stimulus materials in scientific research. However, the assumption that emoji/emoticon users' interpretations always correspond to the developers'/researchers' intended meanings might be misleading. This article presents subjective norms of emoji and emoticons provided by everyday users. The Lisbon Emoji and Emoticon Database (LEED) comprises 238 stimuli: 85 emoticons and 153 emoji (collected from iOS, Android, Facebook, and Emojipedia)...
March 31, 2017: Behavior Research Methods
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28108281/emojis-insights-affordances-and-possibilities-for-psychological-science
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Linda K Kaye, Stephanie A Malone, Helen J Wall
We live in a digital society that provides a range of opportunities for virtual interaction. Consequently, emojis have become popular for clarifying online communication. This presents an exciting opportunity for psychologists, as these prolific online behaviours can be used to help reveal something unique about contemporary human behaviour.
November 18, 2016: Trends in Cognitive Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28107838/emojis-insights-affordances-and-possibilities-for-psychological-science
#8
Linda K Kaye, Stephanie A Malone, Helen J Wall
We live in a digital society that provides a range of opportunities for virtual interaction. Consequently, emojis have become popular for clarifying online communication. This presents an exciting opportunity for psychologists, as these prolific online behaviours can be used to help reveal something unique about contemporary human behaviour.
February 2017: Trends in Cognitive Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28098500/exploring-black-college-females-perceptions-regarding-hiv-prevention-message-content
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Rasheeta Chandler-Coley, Henry Ross, Oluwatobi Ozoya, Celia Lescano, Timothy Flannigan
Media messages can facilitate the delivery of accurate information related to HIV and sexually transmitted infection. This study's purpose was to examine preexisting media campaigns from the iMPPACS study to assess age-, gender-, and culturally appropriate components identified by African American females who attend historically Black colleges/universities. In 3 separate focus group sessions, 31 Black female college students (M age = 20) viewed 4 vignettes and heard 3 audio-only clips, then ranked and commented on them based on perceived satisfaction with HIV prevention content and appropriateness of delivery...
February 2017: Journal of Health Communication
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27853226/i-can-haz-more-science-emoji-host-of-nerd-icons-proposed
#10
Katherine Bourzac
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 17, 2016: Nature
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27787172/emojis-help-young-people-communicate
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(no author information available yet)
'The use of technology to support communication in therapy is an exciting development, particularly the use of mobile device emojis to help young people express, and practitioners to assess, their mental distress'.
October 26, 2016: Nursing Standard
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27615353/in-other-rcni-journals
#12
(no author information available yet)
'The use of technology to support communication in therapy is an exciting development, particularly the use of mobile device emojis to help young people express, and practitioners to assess, their mental distress. However, there is limited research on the subject and some possible drawbacks to its use in practice'.
September 2016: Emergency Nurse: the Journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27164782/face-with-tears-of-joy-is-word-of-the-year-are-emoji-a-sign-of-things-to-come-in-health-care
#13
Dian J Skiba
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
January 2016: Nursing Education Perspectives
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26641093/sentiment-of-emojis
#14
Petra Kralj Novak, Jasmina Smailović, Borut Sluban, Igor Mozetič
There is a new generation of emoticons, called emojis, that is increasingly being used in mobile communications and social media. In the past two years, over ten billion emojis were used on Twitter. Emojis are Unicode graphic symbols, used as a shorthand to express concepts and ideas. In contrast to the small number of well-known emoticons that carry clear emotional contents, there are hundreds of emojis. But what are their emotional contents? We provide the first emoji sentiment lexicon, called the Emoji Sentiment Ranking, and draw a sentiment map of the 751 most frequently used emojis...
2015: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26582773/emojis-for-the-surgical-pathologist
#15
Sanjay A Pai
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 2016: International Journal of Surgical Pathology
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