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- LiBRI: Talk – Creation or Destruction of MeaningIn the latest volume of the LiBRI, PhD Cristina Dimulescu, in the article Talk – Creation or Destruction of Meaning, brings into light the dispute that has been caused by the controversial power of the …
- LiBRI: Death Obsession in Anton Holban’s NovelsDeath is a topic of interest for most of us and it is safe to affirm that it generates, depending on temperament and cultural level, completly different views. The theme of death is fundamental in …
- BRAIN Journal: Assessment of the Contributions and Psychological Damages of Technology to the Education at Schools by the Individuals in These SchoolsAs we live, we all start to notice the impact technology has on our lives. No matter where we go, we are surrounded by it. Our lives became easier thanks to technology, but also a …
- BRAIN: The Technological Advent and Dynamics of the Network Society. The “MiddleAged Approach”In the latest BRAIN journal, a few researchers joined forces in developing a study on Technological Advent and Dynamics of the Network Society, with a reference to the MiddleAged Approach. Elena-Mădălina Vătămănescu, Elena-Alexandra Gorgos, Andreia-Gabriela …
- LiBRI Journal – Changes in Motivation Among Chinese English-Major Students in Different Academic Years and the Relationship Between their Motivations and StrategiesThe challenge of mastering another language can affect the students’ motivation and learning approach in several ways during the learning process and depending on their language level. In the paper Changes in Motivation Among Chinese …
- LiBRI: “A Splendid Isolation?” The Rise of a Concept in Victorian IdentityMihai Vişoiu from the University of Bucharest develops a study upon the phase that the Victorian society went through, entitled by the press: ‘splendid isolation’. The article: A Splendid Isolation? The Rise of a Concept …
- BRAIN: Is There a Relationship between Consciousness and Epilepsy?A serious health condition that affects 1% of the global population is epilepsy. This is a neurological disorder usually detected by EEG (electroencephalography) signals, and it has as common symptom spontaneous recurrent seizures characterized by …
- BRAND: Using Reporting in the Internal Communication Process of the CompanyInternal communication can be viewed either as a subsistent procedure of the association, or as a procedure helping to decode and comprehend them more effectively . The author, Cornel Marian Iosif states that associations depend on …
- Review on “A Genetic Algorithm Approach to Regenerate Image from a Reduce Scaled Image Using Bit Data Count”One of the biggest problems that we can encounter when scaling a picture that’s small to a big dimension is the fact that small scaled image are losing some important bits of information which cannot …
- LiBRI: The Free Choice for Absurd Rebellion in Nineteen Eighty-FourA novel such as “Nineteen Eighty-Four” has determined critics to never stop analysing in as many angles as possible this masterpiece, so as to reveal the most profound meanings that George Orwell wanted to transmit …
- BRAIN: Integrating MOOCs in Embedded Systems Blended CoursesThe Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) phenomenon has been growing in popularity and importance in the last decade, receiving valuable recognition from renowned universities from all over the world. MOOC can be simply defined as …
- Women and Girls in STEMSTEM education has become more and more important, and it is required for an interconnected global economy. The acronym refers to a range of academic disciplines, such as science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, meant to …
In this paper the authors find out that the exploration of the human thinking’s limits and subtleties create valuable results in all scientific fields, including the engineering of the software systems. This paper describes the ICS (Intuitive, Circumstantial, Speculative) modelling paradigm, which aims to make the development process of the software systems more efficient. The two perspectives on the problematic of knowledge are the following:
- The knowledge acquired through individual excellence (KAIE);
- The knowledge acquired through associative excellence (KAAE).
Mobile learning, also known as m-learning, is an educational system. Mobile learning supports, with the help of mobile devices, a continuous access to the learning process. This can be on appliances like your phone, laptop or tablet. You can learn wherever and whenever you want! Mobile and ubiquitous learning has been a key focus in e-learning and practicing broadly worldwide. Among the research publications in this area, a majority of them focused on evaluating the effectiveness of relevant practices and reported positive outcomes. The paper Success in Mobile and Ubiquitous Learning: Indicators of Effectiveness written by researcher Billy T.M. Wong focuses on the use of various indicators of effectiveness for the practices of mobile and ubiquitous learning.
BRAIN Journal: Assessment of the Contributions and Psychological Damages of Technology to the Education at Schools by the Individuals in These Schools
As we live, we all start to notice the impact technology has on our lives. No matter where we go, we are surrounded by it. Our lives became easier thanks to technology, but also a series of disadvantages emerged, like the reduction of social interaction or the loss of contact with the real world. The paper Assessment of the Contributions and Psychological Damages of Technology to the Education at Schools by the Individuals in These Schools written by researcher Behcet Öznacar tries to grasp on the impact technology has on the educational field. The fact that technology is functional, it is shared and spread over and used in all our life shows how much the use of technology is important in the education field (Şişman & İzmirli 2012). Behcet agrees that students and also parents should embrace technology together with education. But what is educational technology?
Review on “A Genetic Algorithm Approach to Regenerate Image from a Reduce Scaled Image Using Bit Data Count”
One of the biggest problems that we can encounter when scaling a picture that’s small to a big dimension is the fact that small scaled image are losing some important bits of information which cannot be recovered when scaled back. This problem though, can be fixed using multi-objective genetic algorithm. Researchers Kishor Datta Gupta and Sajib Sen are describing a genetic algorithm approach to recover lost bits while image resized to the smaller version using the original image data bit counts which are stored while the image is scaled. This method is very scalable to apply in a distributed system. Also, the same method can be applied to recover error bits in any types of data blocks.
Neuroethics is an interdisciplinary field of research aimed at understanding the consciousness and the mind through the relationship between it and the brain’s physical support. Among other things, the ethical perspective refers to the acceptability of the practices used to modify human behavior through interventions on the nervous system. In this paper, the researchers Antonio Sandu and Elena Unguru are presenting a theoretical perspective on the possible implications of neuroethics in the practice of social services.
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- BRAND: Using Reporting in the Internal Communication Process of the Company
- LiBRI: Freedom – a Way of Surviving in the Novel Everything Flows
- LiBRI: Aspects of Spanish Paremiology
- LiBRI: Virgil’s Inferno. Memory and Reality in the Sixth Book of Aeneid
- LiBRI: The Free Choice for Absurd Rebellion in Nineteen Eighty-Four
- LiBRI: The Dynamism of Free Combinations Concerning a Part of Speech: The Adjective in French
- “A Cyber Security Adventure”: A Project on Improving High School Students’ Awareness on Cyber Security 25 January 2019
- LiBRI Journal – Changes in Motivation Among Chinese English-Major Students in Different Academic Years and the Relationship Between their Motivations and Strategies 27 July 2018
- BRAIN Journal – A Review Of The Application Of The Concept Of Economic And Smart Sustainable Value Added (SSVA) In Industries Performance Evaluations 26 July 2018
- BRAIN Journal – Open Education Practices for Learners with Disabilities 24 July 2018
- BRAIN Journal – Questioning, Context-Sensitiveness and Philosophical Inquiry 24 July 2018
- BRAIN Journal – The ICS Paradigm in Knowledge and Modelling 19 July 2018