Essays about: "digital inclusion"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 41 essays containing the words digital inclusion.

  1. 1. Deep Learning and the Heston Model:Calibration & Hedging

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för nationalekonomi med statistik

    Author : Oliver Klingberg Malmer; Victor Tisell; [2020-07-03]
    Keywords : deep learning; deep hedging; deep calibration; option pricing; stochastic volatilty; Heston model; S P 500 index options; incomplete markets; transaction costs;

    Abstract : The computational speedup of computers has been one of the de ning characteristicsof the 21st century. This has enabled very complex numerical methods for solving existingproblems. As a result, one area that has seen an extraordinary rise in popularity over the lastdecade is what is called deep learning. READ MORE

  2. 2. Exhibiting Performing Subjects : Curating Outsourced Performance Labour in Museum Settings

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för kultur och estetik

    Author : Anne Vigeland; [2020]
    Keywords : Performance art; performance curation; art museum; affective labour; outsourced labour; de-skilling re-skilling; reperformance; Marina Abramović; Dora García;

    Abstract : The thesis examines challenges museum curators face when outsourced performers – whose role it is to embody the work of other artists – are included in exhibition projects. The research questions are: What are the practical, juridical and ethical challenges that come with situating outsourced performance labour in the museum setting? What does the inclusion of live performance in exhibition projects mean for the role of the museum curator? Two exhibition cases in Stockholm are studied in the thesis: Marina Abramović – The Cleaner (2017) at Moderna Museet and Dora García, I Always Tell the Truth at Bonniers Konsthall (2018–19). READ MORE

  3. 3. Interpreting the Past : The 3D Impact

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för kulturvetenskaper (KV)

    Author : Maja Kaiser; [2020]
    Keywords : 3D; interpretation; archaeology; open data; inclusion; exclusion; bias;

    Abstract : Using 3D methods in the archaeological field makes way for a number of new possibilities. However, how these methods affect the interpretation of the past is a rather unexplored subject and this thesis investigates the matter by viewing 3D usage within both fieldwork and analytic circumstances. READ MORE

  4. 4. Using an Accessibility Maturity Model to Facilitate the Inclusion of Accessibility in Design Practices

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Linnea Michel; [2020]
    Keywords : digital accessibility; digital public service; maturity model; accessibility maturity assessment; UX practices; universal design; disability;

    Abstract : In an increasingly digital world, the accessibility of digital services is an important question of inclusion. Despite judicial requirements for accessibility of digital public services, the inclusion of accessibility into design practices is a new research area. READ MORE

  5. 5. Coworking: A Case Study at The Ground

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Amanda Franzén; Joel Mynsberge; [2020]
    Keywords : coworking; management; collaboration; community; creativity; physical space; co-location; social interaction; The Ground; diversity; inclusion; freedom; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of coworking space as it relates to meeting the common goals of collaboration, community, and creativity for its members. Through a case study of a coworking space, the study seeks answers to questions as: “How can coworking spaces enhance community, collaboration, and creativity to create a better experience for their members?” and “Are there any common goals or values of the chosen coworking company and its members?” The study will review the concepts of community, collaboration, and creativity, referred to as the three C’s, as well as physical space. READ MORE