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C. Young, W. Luo, P. Gastin, J. Tran and D. Dwyer

. (2013). The Elements of Statistical Learning: Data Mining, Inference, and Prediction : Springer New York. Higham, D. G., Hopkins, W. G., Pyne, D. B., & Anson, J. M. (2014). Performance indicators related to points scoring and winning in international rugby sevens. Journal of Sports Science & Medicine, 13 (2), p 358. Jacklin, P. B. (2005). Temporal changes in home advantage in English football since the Second World War: What explains improved away performance? Journal of Sports Sciences, 23 (7), pp. 669-679. Retrieved from

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S. Hüttermann, B. Noël and D. Memmert

-200. Ryu, D., Kim, S., Abernethy, B., & Mann, D. L. (2013). Guiding attention aids the acquisition of anticipatory skill in novice soccer goalkeepers. Research quarterly for exercise and sport, 84 , 252-262. Sandelowski, M., Docherty, S., & Emden, C. (1997). Focus on qualitative methods qualitative metasynthesis: Issues and techniques. Research in Nursing & Health, 20, 365-371. Savelsbergh, G. J. P., van Gastel, P. J., & van Kampen, P. M. (2010). Anticipation of penalty kicking direction can be improved by directing attention through perceptual learning

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Marta Gabryś, Katarzyna Kryszyn and Łukasz Ortyl

( Regulation, 2011 ) describe the principles of direct surveys, however, there is no explicit reference to indirect methods of surveying hidden components of utility networks. The only record in the regulation concerns elevation issues and is extremely laconic (Par. 36 (1)(3)). The British specification PAS 128 ( BSI, 2014 ) systematises the proper detection of utilities placed at a depth of up to 3 metres. It is based on a four-level division of the accuracy levels of the captured information – from D to A ( Fig. 1 ). The higher the accepted type of identification, the

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Christina Lioma, Birger Larsen and Peter Ingwersen

in their very large scale web log study carried out in 2005 ( Jansen, Booth, & Spink, 2009 ). They analysed 1,523,793 queries executed on the Dogpile meta search engine and found the average number of search terms per query reaching 2.79 SD =1, 54 terms (p. 1365, Table 4 ). Almost 71 % of the search sessions consisted of only one query. The above log studies include few direct analyses of how users perceive term dependence in queries through phrase operators. It seems that overall users rarely query using fixed phrases: phrases have been used in queries at a

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Danchen Zhang and Daqing He

/prediction failure for the rare but important diseases that might have little data for training. In comparison to the related work on this part, our methods work on predicting wide range of diseases. This is because doctors’ medical literature search can be on all sorts of diseases so that our automatic diagnosis prediction system cannot afford to work only on a small number of diseases. Furthermore, we concentrate on proposing a diagnosis prediction system with no need on large quantity of training data. Finally, in contrast to past studies that only accepted well

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Tingting Jiang, Jiaqi Yang, Cong Yu and Yunxin Sang

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sung, E., & Mayer, R. E. (2013). Online multimedia learning with mobile devices and desktop computers: An experimental test of Clark’s methods-not-media hypothesis. Computers in Human Behavior, 29 (3), 639–647. 10.1016/j.chb.2012.10.022 Sung E. Mayer R. E. 2013 Online multimedia learning with mobile devices and desktop computers: An experimental test of Clark’s methods-not-media hypothesis Computers in Human Behavior 29 3 639 647 Wu, D., & Bi, R. (2016). Mobile and Desktop Search Behaviors: A Comparative Study. N ew

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Weijia Xu, Amit Gupta, Pankaj Jaiswal, Crispin Taylor, Patti Lockhart and Jennifer Regala

communities from around the world. All the Planteome ontologies are publicly available and are maintained at the Planteome GitHub site ( for sharing and tracking revisions and new requests. 2.4 NLP as a Service Since the number of journal articles published each year has significantly increased in the past decades, information management services, such as those provided through libraries and content creators, are seeking new ways to improve the content accessibility. New text-mining methods are adopted to provide better search experiences

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Yuan Zhang and Hsia-Ching Chang

half century, if was not misused for interpretation of semantic value. 3 Research Methodology 3.1 Research Design: A Case Study with Entropy Method The Twitter platforms connects its users ( personal or organizational accounts that write or/and read tweets ) across the world through their information sharing behavior (i.e., tweeting/retweeting activities) and information seeking behavior with the hashtag search feature of the platform. According to Shannon (1948) , although these messages on Twitter have meanings, these semantic aspects of communication are

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Lu An, Xingyue Yi, Yuxin Han and Gang Li

entries ( Riquelme & González, 2016 ). Among the studies on the influence of microblog users, scholars have also integrated or combined multiple direct indicators by constructing certain index systems or adopting mathematical modeling methods, in addition to putting forward indirect indicators, such as a mathematical model based on the PageRank algorithm to define the integrated indicator of users’ influence ( Kim, Lee & Straub, 2018 ), the location of the users’ network structure, and the dynamic interaction of the user in the network structure ( Hong, He, Ge, Wang

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Neil R. Smalheiser and Aaron M. Cohen

boundaries in full-text articles, so that searches can be restricted to (say) Introduction vs. Methods vs. Results. Certain additional features have been extracted and annotated for full-text articles by Europe PMC, including some named entities, methods, and software cited. In the long term, we are interested in extracting new features from full-text and using them to create new similarity metrics. For example, a biomedical article is likely to have only one (or a few) main point; knowing the main points is much more specific and informative than knowing its general topic