We Want You - OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center
... and ideas on a much larger scale than to just friends and family. If someone posts an
opinion to Facebook, Twitter, or another social media account, people can then share that
post, and, whether intended for more than family and friends or not, it has the potential to
reach thousands of individuals. ...
Frame Skip Is a Powerful Parameter for Learning to Play Atari
... is, when pausing for a full three seconds between decisions.
Space Invaders and Beam Rider achieved their top performance when skipping 60 frames. Agents that use high frame
skip do not learn action selection for states that are skipped,
and thus have a greater capacity to learn associations between ...
... is essential in a democratic society that young people
and adults learn how to think, learn how to make up
their minds. They must learn how to think
independently, and they must learn how to think
together. They must come to conclusions, but at the
same time they must recognize the right of other
Propaganda - DreamDiscoverDo
... How easy is it to manipulate people’s thoughts on the
current refugee situation by using propaganda on
facebook and what does this mean for visual designers?
... • The Institute for Propaganda Analysis set up
• Developed a list of “seven common
– Appeal to emotion rather than reason
– “They make us believe and do something we
would not believe or do if we thought about it
... ◦ A set L of sentences labeled with frames and roles
Frame Activated Inferences in a Story Understanding Program
... The story-understanding specific component is essentially an agenda
system that decides what frame-based inferences to cossider next at
a given point. It can be characterized as a set of story understanding
principles, as described in. [Wilensky83j.
The claim I am making is that many inferences that ...
AP/PHIL/COGS 3750 Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence Dept. of
... Due: March 28 at 1pm
This assignment is optional; if it is submitted, it will count for 10% of the course grade and the weight of
the midterm test will be reduced from 30% to 20%. Your report for the assignment should be the result of
your own individual work. Type your answers to the questions in t ...
Digital Photos Frames in the Classroom Presented with permission
... played as a slide show on your digital photo
Video File Formats
The frame will identify the file formats the frame supports. Most
frames accept M1 or MPEG files. Quick Media Converter by Cocoon is a free download that will convert
files to various formats and it does not have a file size limi ...
Framing (social sciences)
In the social sciences, framing comprises a set of concepts and theoretical perspectives on how individuals, groups, and societies organize, perceive, and communicate about reality. Framing involves the social construction of a social phenomenon - by mass media sources, political or social movements, political leaders, or other actors and organizations. It is an inevitable process of selective influence over the individual's perception of the meanings attributed to words or phrases. It is generally considered in one of two ways: as frames in thought, consisting of the mental representations, interpretations, and simplifications of reality, and frames in communication, consisting of the communication of frames between different actors.One can view framing in communication as positive or negative - depending on the audience and what kind of information is being presented. Framing might also be understood as being either equivalence frames, which represent logically equivalent alternatives portrayed in different ways (see framing effect) or as emphasis frames, which simplify reality by focusing on a subset of relevant aspects of a situation or issue. In the case of ""equivalence frames"", the information being presented is based on the same facts, but the ""frame"" in which it is presented changes, thus creating a reference-dependent perception.The effects of framing can be seen in many journalism applications. With the same information being used as a base, the ""frame"" surrounding the issue can change the reader's perception without having to alter the actual facts. In the context of politics or mass-media communication, a frame defines the packaging of an element of rhetoric in such a way as to encourage certain interpretations and to discourage others. For political purposes, framing often presents facts in such a way that implicates a problem that is in need of a solution. Members of political parties attempt to frame issues in a way that makes a solution favoring their own political leaning appear as the most appropriate course of action for the situation at hand.In social theory, framing is a schema of interpretation, a collection of anecdotes and stereotypes, that individuals rely on to understand and respond to events. In other words, people build a series of mental ""filters"" through biological and cultural influences. They then use these filters to make sense of the world. The choices they then make are influenced by their creation of a frame.Framing is also a key component of sociology, the study of social interaction among humans. Framing is an integral part of conveying and processing data on a daily basis. Successful framing techniques can be used to reduce the ambiguity of intangible topics by contextualizing the information in such a way that recipients can connect to what they already know.