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William T. Fagan
Nov 19, 2013
Literacy is sometimes narrowly defined as a level of reading and writing below which a certain percentage of the population falls. This is the interpretation based on literacy surveys. Literacy may also be defined from a broader...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Traditional Song in Ireland
Nov 19, 2013
In this paper I propose to give a survey of the traditional song scene in Ireland, its main events and also to attempt an exploration of some of the issues which concern singers and indeed the wider community of musicians in...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Singing and Song
Dianne Cameron
Aug 04, 2017
The periodicity of natural signals from our environment since the dawn of life on earth has provided the foundation for development of rhythmic responses innate to living organisms, ranging from ancient bacteria to modern...
Published by: The Singing Network
Assessing the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Pre-Service Science Teachers at a South African University
The purpose of this study was to investigate preservice science teachers' proficiency levels regarding their practical knowledge of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK-P). A sample of 103 third- and fourth-year...
Published by: IGI Global
Choral Arranging for the Adolescent Voice
Valerie Long
Nov 19, 2013
This paper will focus upon the vocal, musical and textual factors that I consider when arranging music for the adolescent voice. I will then discuss how to select and adapt indigenous music to include in the curriculum. (In the...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Reading Both Single and Multiple Digital Video Clocks Using Context-Aware Pixel Periodicity and Deep Learning
This article presents an algorithm for reading both single and multiple digital video clocks by using a context-aware pixel periodicity method and a deep learning technique. Reading digital video clocks in real time is a very...
Published by: IGI Global
Implementation of Data Mining Technology in Bonded Warehouse Inbound and Outbound Goods Trade
For the taxed goods, the actual freight is generally determined by multiplying the allocated freight for each KG and actual outgoing weight based on the outgoing order number on the outgoing bill. Considering the conventional...
Published by: IGI Global
Sharing the Voices
All Metis, or mixed bloods, have Aboriginal and non-native ancestry and the songs of the northern plains Metis reflect this diverse heritage. This paper describes a Metis song collection project which located and published songs...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Uncertainty analysis for propagation effects from statistical downscaling to hydrological modelingUncertainty analysis for propagation effects from statistical downscaling to hydrological modeling
Hongjing Wu, Bing Chen
Aug 26, 2014
To understand the water balance and environmental effects under climate change condition, hydrological models are always used to simulate the hydrological cycle and predict future scenarios by using global climate models (GCMs)...
Research on the Realization of Travel Recommendations for Different Users Through Deep Learning Under Global Information Management
Xu Zhang, Yuegang Song
Sep 01, 2021
This article is mainly to study the realization of travel recommendations for different users through deep learning under global information management. The personalized travel route recommendation is realized by establishing...
Published by: IGI Global
Semi-Supervised Sentiment Classification on E-Commerce Reviews Using Tripartite Graph and Clustering
Sentiment classification constitutes an important topic in the field of Natural Language Processing, whose main purpose is to extract the sentiment polarity from unstructured texts. The label propagation algorithm, as a...
Published by: IGI Global
Content and Popularity-Based Music Recommendation System
The future of many modern technologies includes machine learning and deep learning methodologies. One of the prominent applications of these technologies is the recommender system. Due to the rapid growth of the songs in digital...
Published by: IGI Global
"Nish" Rumboldt
Douglas Dunsmore
Nov 19, 2013
This paper deals with the life and work of Ignatius "Nish" Rumboldt, a formidable force in the development of the choral art in Newfoundland and Labrador. Data has been gathered through the examination of journal and...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Is High ICT Intensity Always the Ideal?
Virtual communication is a preferred working style for remotely structured teams to remain productivity while reducing cost. A variety of information and communication technologies (ICTs) are available for providing technical...
Published by: IGI Global
The Phenomenon of Singing in the Study of Troubadour Poetry
Elizabeth Brodovitch
Nov 19, 2013
The poetry and music of the troubadours who lived in the medieval kingdoms of southern France known collectively as Occitania contributed to a flowering of literary, musical and artistic culture in the eleventh and twelfth...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Using Online Social Networks to Globalize and Popularize Product Brands in Different Cultural Areas
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influential factors of online social network advertising in three different cultural areas, being China, India, and the US. This study uses the Social Capital Theory (SCT), and...
Published by: IGI Global
Double-Layer Learning, Leaders' Forgetting, and Knowledge Performance in Online Work Community Organizations
This paper constructs an online community organizational double-layer learning structure model based on exploration-exploitation models. In this way, the authors examine the effect how double-layer online community learning as...
Published by: IGI Global