Essays about: "Left"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 1906 essays containing the word Left.

  1. 1. Prosody and emotion: Towards the development of an emotional agent Emotional evaluation of news reports: production and perception experiments

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet / Institutionen för filosofi, lingvistik och vetenskapsteori

    Author : Liina Tumma; [2022-01-20]
    Keywords : emotion; speech; prosody;

    Abstract : There is a recognised need for more research on the topic of emotion recognition from speech, and clear and defined methodology in this area is still lacking. Most studies in the field of emotional speech recognition and classification usually focus on acted speech as the data source; consequently, other methods that capture more natural speech are left aside. READ MORE

  2. 2. Measuring natural hemispheric asymmetry in the brain: quantifying the Yakovlevian torque phenomenon

    University essay from

    Author : Hannah Moeini; [2022-01-13]
    Keywords : Medical physics; cerebral asymmetry; yakovlevian torque; petalia occipital bending;

    Abstract : Background: Just by a cursory examination, the two hemispheres of the human brain may appear as mirror images of one another. Yet, the left and right sides exhibit profound differences in anatomy. One of the most obvious expressions of hemispheric asymmetry is the counterclockwise rotation of the brain known as “Yakovlevian torque”. READ MORE

  3. 3. Single-peaked gamma-ray bursts in the Fermi GBM catalogue

    University essay from KTH/Fysik

    Author : Henric Hintze; [2022]
    Keywords : astroparticle physics; GBR; gamma-ray burst; single-peaked; single peaked; shock breakout; Fermi; GBM; gamma-ray burst monitor; light curve; low-luminosity; low luminosity; closure relation; astropartikelfysik; GBR; gammablixt; singelpeakad; shockbreakout; Fermi; GBM; gammablixtmonitor; ljuskurva; ljuskurvor; lågluminositets;

    Abstract : Gamma-ray burst light curves are notoriously irregular, yet a significant number consists of a single fast-rising, exponentially decaying pulse. These are called single-peaked light curves. READ MORE

  4. 4. Worlding Communication: The Foregrounding of Novel Communication Barriers in Literature

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Engelska institutionen

    Author : Serra Hughes; [2022]
    Keywords : novel communication barriers; Eric Hayot; novum; world literature; estrangement; metadiegetic structures; Jürgen Habermas; Darko Suvin; language; linguistic novelty;

    Abstract : Novel communication barriers, innovative obstacles to mutual understanding that deviate from the norms of the actual world, are a recurring yet understudied presence in aesthetic worlds of all kinds. Some examples of this are Dana’s twentieth-century way of speaking that travels back in time with her in Kindred, or Americans under Japanese occupation struggling to speak through cultural and linguistic barriers in an alternate historical timeline in The Man in the High Castle, or the unique obstructions to communication in the alien encounters of Ursula Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness or Ted Chiang’s “The Story of Your Life. READ MORE

  5. 5. DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE FINANCIAL TRADING MARKETS USING BLOCKCHAINS

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Informationssystem

    Author : Sulakshi Hetti Mudiyanselage; [2022]
    Keywords : Blockchains; Sustainability; Affordances; Financial trading markets;

    Abstract : With the invention of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin in 2009, the world's first blockchain application was developed. While academic research gradually investigates blockchain more closely and attempts to understand its functioning in the financial sector, the technology is rapidly evolving, and eco-systems grow exponentially. READ MORE