• Machine learning bias in predicting high school grades

      NOVA Information Management School (NOVA IMS); NOVA IMS Research and Development Center (MagIC); Costa-Mendes, Ricardo; Cruz-Jesus, Frederico; Oliveira, Tiago; Castelli, Mauro (2021-10-22)
      Costa-Mendes, R., Cruz-Jesus, F., Oliveira, T., & Castelli, M. (2021). Machine learning bias in predicting high school grades: A knowledge perspective. Emerging Science Journal, 5(5), 576-597. https://doi.org/10.28991/esj-2021-01298
    • Maintaining a library of formal mathematics

      Benzmüller, Christoph; Miller, Bruce; van Doorn, Floris; Ebner, Gabriel; Lewis, Robert Y. (Springer, 2020)
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    • Maintaining a library of formal mathematics

      Benzmüller, Christoph; Miller, Bruce; van Doorn, Floris; Ebner, Gabriel; Lewis, Robert Y. (Springer, 2020)
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    • Manual - Lectura entre Pares - Misma Edad

      Thurston, Allen; Cockerill, Maria (Queen's University Belfast, 2021-06-15)
    • Mapping for a Sustainable World

      Global Ecohydrology and Sustainability; Environmental Sciences; Kraak, Menno; Roth, Robert E.; Ricker, Britta; Kagawa, Ayako; Le Sourd, Guillaume (United Nations, 2020)
      The book comprises four sections. Section 1 introduces the SDGs and their relation to geospatial data, describing SDG indicators and data transformations for mapping. Section 2 describes foundational design decisions in the cartographic workflow, including projections, scale, generalization, symbolization, typography, and visual hierarchy, among others. Section 3 introduces the common map types (e.g., choropleths, proportional symbols, dasymetric maps, bivariate maps, cartograms) and diagrams (e.g., bar graphs, scatterplots, timelines) for representing the SDG indicators. Finally, Section 4 discusses considerations for map use environments, such as audiences, user interfaces and interaction operators, mobile and web media, storytelling versus exploration, and open access. The book has an editorial team comprising writers from the International Cartographic Association (ICA) and the Geospatial Information Section of the United Nations (UN). The book is published as an open access document according to the CC-BY-NC license. When drawing from or reusing text or figures from this book, attribute/cite as follows Kraak MJ, RE Roth, B Ricker, A Kagawa, and G Le Sourd. 2020. Mapping for a Sustainable World. The United Nations: New York, NY (USA). The institutes of the editors (University of Twente / ITC, University of Wisconsin-Madison), and the UW Cartography Laboratory (design and layout), and the United Nations Geospatial Information Section have made the necessary resources available to realize the opportunities and mitigate risks, in order to ensure that the Secretary-General and the UN system provide relevant, timely and effective support to Member States to turn the tide of financing to invest in sustainable, inclusive development for all.
    • Mapping Historical, Material and Affective entanglements in a Sami woman's discriminatory experiences in and beyond finnish boarding school

      University of Aberdeen.Initial Teacher Education (ITE); University of Aberdeen.Education; Huuki, Tuija; Juutilainen, Sandra; Education in the North (2022-01-21)
      Funding This project was supported by funding from the Academy of Finland [grant number 257319] and the Thule Institute’s research program. Acknowledgements We wish to acknowledge Veli-Pekka Lehtola and Anne-Maria Magga for their insightful comments on earlier drafts of this paper, and to the two anonymous reviewers for their constructive remarks.
    • Match and mismatch between objective and subjective improvements in upper limb function after stroke

      van Delden, A.E.Q.; Peper, C.E.; Beek, P.J.; Kwakkel, G. (2013)
      Purpose: To identify stroke patients showing a match between an objectively meaningful improvement in upper-limb motor capacity and subjectively meaningful improvement in upper-limb performance after stroke, as well as determinants of matching and non-matching. Methods: Changes in upper-limb capacity in 39 stroke patients were measured over 17 weeks using the Action Research Arm Test (ARAT). Subjective change was measured with the Stroke Impact Scale Hand domain (SIS-Hand) and the Motor Activity Log (MAL). Patients showing a match between objective and subjective improvements (matchers) and patients showing a mismatch (non-matchers) were identified. Subsequently, determinants for the matchers were modeled using a logistic regression analysis. Results: A significant association was found between improvements on the ARAT and MAL (p=0.011), but not for improvements on the ARAT and SIS-Hand. For the ARAT and SIS-Hand level of education and mood significantly improved the model. The probability of a match between objective and subjective outcomes in lower-educated patients with a positive mood was estimated to be 0.83, whereas in higher-educated patients with a negative mood it was estimated to be 0.07. Conclusions: Mismatches between objective and subjective outcomes are relevant for practitioners evaluating rehabilitation goals, and for defining outcome variables in future upper limb rehabilitation trials.Implications for RehabilitationIn upper limb rehabilitation after stroke, a match between capacity and self-perception outcome measures is not self-evident.Regarding these potential mismatches, practitioners and patients should consider carefully which goals to set, and how to evaluate upper limb rehabilitation after stroke; preferably with capacity measures and self-perception measures combined. © 2013 Informa UK Ltd. All rights reserved.
    • Materials on Commercial Law:Arbitration Law, Public International Law and International Investment Law

      Vannerom, Johan (Eleven, 2022-10-06)
      An accident happened in the North Sea and I need a complete overview of the rules regarding oil pollution at sea. I need to draft a legal advice for a financial institution on paperless trade finance. I wish to have the legal rules applicable to copyrights and trademarks at hand during my client’s meeting. As a student, I wish to have one compendium in which the most important materials and legal provisions on (International) Commercial Law are gathered. For these and many more examples, one can rely on the Materials on Commercial Law.
    • Materials on Commercial Law:Insurance Law, Financial Law, Commercial Contract Law, Consumer Contract Law

      Vannerom, Johan (Eleven, 2022-10-06)
      An accident happened in the North Sea and I need a complete overview of the rules regarding oil pollution at sea. I need to draft a legal advice for a financial institution on paperless trade finance. I wish to have the legal rules applicable to copyrights and trademarks at hand during my client’s meeting. As a student, I wish to have one compendium in which the most important materials and legal provisions on (International) Commercial Law are gathered. For these and many more examples, one can rely on the Materials on Commercial Law.
    • Materials on Commercial Law:Intellectual Property Law

      Vannerom, Johan (Eleven, 2022-10-06)
      An accident happened in the North Sea and I need a complete overview of the rules regarding oil pollution at sea. I need to draft a legal advice for a financial institution on paperless trade finance. I wish to have the legal rules applicable to copyrights and trademarks at hand during my client’s meeting. As a student, I wish to have one compendium in which the most important materials and legal provisions on (International) Commercial Law are gathered. For these and many more examples, one can rely on the Materials on Commercial Law.
    • Materials on Commercial Law:Procedural Law, Maritime

      Vannerom, Johan (Eleven, 2022-10-06)
      An accident happened in the North Sea and I need a complete overview of the rules regarding oil pollution at sea. I need to draft a legal advice for a financial institution on paperless trade finance. I wish to have the legal rules applicable to copyrights and trademarks at hand during my client’s meeting. As a student, I wish to have one compendium in which the most important materials and legal provisions on (International) Commercial Law are gathered. For these and many more examples, one can rely on the Materials on Commercial Law.
    • Maternal health literacy on mother and child health care:A community cluster survey in two southern provinces in Laos

      Phommachanh, Sysavanh; Essink, Dirk R.; Wright, Pamela E.; Broerse, Jacqueline E.W.; Mayxay, Mayfong (2021-03)
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    • Maternal health literacy on mother and child health care:A community cluster survey in two southern provinces in Laos

      Phommachanh, Sysavanh; Essink, Dirk R.; Wright, Pamela E.; Broerse, Jacqueline E.W.; Mayxay, Mayfong (2021-03)
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    • Mathematical signs and their cultural transmission in pretend play

      Macdonald, Amy; Danaia, Lena; Murphy, Steve; Worthington, Maulfry (Springer Singapore, 2020)
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    • Mathematical signs and their cultural transmission in pretend play

      Macdonald, Amy; Danaia, Lena; Murphy, Steve; Worthington, Maulfry (Springer Singapore, 2020)
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    • Meal provision in early childhood education and care programs:Association with geographic disadvantage, social disadvantage, cost, and market competition in an Australian population

      Thorpe, Karen; Potia, Azhar Hussain; Searle, Bonnie; Van Halen, Olivia; Lakeman, Nicole; Oakes, Candice; Harris, Holly; Staton, Sally (2022-11)
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