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Libraries’ Role in Curating and Exposing Big Data
Michael Teets,Matthew Goldner
Future Internet , 2013, DOI: 10.3390/fi5030429
Abstract: This article examines how one data hub is working to become a relevant and useful source in the Web of big data and cloud computing. The focus is on OCLC’s WorldCat database of global library holdings and includes work by other library organizations to expose their data using big data concepts and standards. Explanation is given of how OCLC has begun work on the knowledge graph for this data and its active involvement with Schema.org in working to make this data useful throughout the Web.
The Impact of ‘Violating the Heterosexual Norm’ on Reading Speed and Accuracy  [PDF]
Joel Dickinson
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2011.25071
Abstract: This study explores the impact of “schema non-congruent” content on reading speed that has been found in relation to non-stereotypical gender roles. The goal of the present study is to assess if this effect translates to material that violates the “heterosexual norm”. Further, the present study explores whether the impact can be minimized by providing context prior to the exposure of sentences. Data indicated that the impact of sexuality was dependent on the gender of the main character and whether participants had been primed with context or not. Regardless of the time taken to read sentences, accuracy of material was recalled at a constant rate. In conclusion, the activation of “heterosexuality” does seem to be an automatic process such as the activation of gender.
The Validity of Young Schema Questionnaire 3rd Version and the Schema Mode Inventory 2nd Version on the Greek Population  [PDF]
Dimitrios G. Lyrakos
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.55056

The present study is about the validation of the Young Schema Questionnaire 3rd version and the Schema Mode Inventory 2nd version on the Greek population. The participants were both male (58.7%) and female (41.2%). The participants were also without psychopathology, outpatients and inpatients, varied in ages from 19 to 62 years, with the majority being in the age group between 31 - 35. From the analysis conducted, both questionnaires’ factors had high internal consistency in all three participant’s groups. We have also conducted a Pearson analysis between the Early Maladaptive Schemas and Schema Modes, which produced some strong positive and negative correlations. Finally in the present study, we are presenting a Cohen analysis conducted between the three different groups of participants (non-patients, outpatients and inpatients).

Tatiana S. Gois,Aglaê P. Zaupa
Colloquium Exactarum , 2010, DOI: 10.5747/ce.2010.v02.n2.e013
Abstract: Database Management System (DBMS) is usually done according to the business rules of the represented reality. Organizations that have the same business do not always have the same data structures, because they have been designed by different people and to meet different requirements. Currently, the identification of the correspondence between relational schemas is done manually in most cases and has been a research subject in the Database area. This process is essential to enable the integration between schemes created independently and from different databases, since the problem of integration is the transport of data stored in one scheme to another. After identifying the correspondents attributes between different schemas using many techniques, it is necessary to integrate these information to facilitate the data search in both schemes. Even with the integration and relationship approach created, the correlation between schemes is semiautomatic because attributes can be connected without having real similarity.
A Hybrid Path Matching Algorithm For XML Schemas
A. Rajesh,S.K. Srivatsa
Information Technology Journal , 2009,
Abstract: The approach proposed in this study uses a simple path matching algorithm to perform the structural matching. The novelty in this approach is that the path matching algorithm considers only the paths to leaf nodes in the schema trees for the matching process there by eliminating the need for repeatedly parsing the elements of the schema tree as in the other approaches. This greatly reduces the time required to identify the matches. And the paths are treated as a set of strings comprising of the labels of the nodes in the path. Treating the paths as set of strings greatly simplifies the matching process as the same approaches used in the linguistic matching process can be used in the path matching process.
Inventário Feminino dos Esquemas de Gênero do Autoconceito (IFEGA)
Giavoni, Adriana;Tamayo, álvaro;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2005000100004
Abstract: the purpose of this article was to elaborate and validate the feminine inventory of the self-concept's gender schemas (ifega). composed by two scales (masculine and feminine scales), this instrument evaluates female self-concept's gender schemas. the sample was composed by female university students. factorial analysis for both scales (principal axis factoring with oblique and orthogonal rotations) was performed, as well as the internal factors consistency analysis (cronbach's alpha), in order to validate the instrument. the results showed that ifega′s scales are composed by multifactorial structures. it can be stated that both scales may be used in the evaluation of the female self-concept's gender schemas.
Inventário dos esquemas de gênero do autoconceito (IEGA)
Giavoni, Adriana;Tamayo, álvaro;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722000000200010
Abstract: the purpose of this article was the construction and validation of gender schemas of self-concept inventory (iega). this instrument evaluates two components of the self-concept - masculine schema and feminine schema. in the construction phase, the characteristics of the masculinity and femininity were explored and statistically analyzed. in the validation phase, two scales were composed by these characteristics - the masculine scale and the feminine scale of the iega. in both phases, the samples used were composed by university students. for the construction validity, factors analysis were performed for both scales and coefficient alpha was computed for all factors. the results of factors analysis using principal axis factoring and oblique rotation showed that both scales were multidimensional. properly validated, iega could be used in the evaluation of the masculine and feminine schemas of the self-concept.
Inventário masculino dos esquemas de gênero do autoconceito (IMEGA)
Giavoni, Adriana;Tamayo, álvaro;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722003000300007
Abstract: the purpose of this article was the construction and validation of masculine inventory of the self-concept's gender schemas (imega). based on masculine and feminine scales that compose gender schemas of self-concept inventory (iega), this instrument evaluates male self-concept's masculine and feminine schemas. the sample used was composed by male university students. for the construction validity, factors analysis were performed for both scales (principal axis factoring - paf) with oblique and orthogonal rotations) and the internal factors consistency analysis (coefficient alpha) were performed for all factors. the results showed that both imega scales were composed by multifactorial structures that are alike iega's factorial structures. properly validated, imega could be used in the evaluation of male self-concept's masculine and feminine schemas.
Schema Matching and Integration for Data Sharing Among Collaborating Organizations
Ozgul Unal,Hamideh Afsarmanesh
Journal of Software , 2009, DOI: 10.4304/jsw.4.3.248-261
Abstract: Schema matching and schema integration are important components of the data sharing infrastructure in Collaborative Networks. In order to achieve more accurate matching and integration results and enhance efficiency, it is required to provide some mechanisms to carry out these processes as automatically as possible. This paper addresses the problems and challenges related to schema matching and schema integration and introduces the Semi-Automatic Schema Matching and INTegration (SASMINT) system to automate these processes. Other systems aiming at database interoperability typically focus either on schema matching or on schema integration. On the other hand, the SASMINT system combines them and uses the results of schema matching for semi-automatic schema integration. SASMINT follows a composite approach in schema matching, which means it combines the results of variety of algorithms, making it a generic tool applicable for different types of schemas. It also proposes a Sampler component for helping the user to assign the weights to algorithms. Furthermore, SASMINT uses an XML-based derivation language to save the results of schema matching and schema integration, and also to define the components of integrated schemas, in order to further support automated query processing against integrated sources.
Measuring Qualities of XML Schema Documents  [PDF]
Tin Zar Thaw, Mie Mie Khin
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2013.69056

The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is becoming a de-facto standard for exchanging information among the web applications. Efficient implementation of web application needs to be efficient implementation of XML and XML schema document. The quality of XML document has great impact on the design quality of its schema document. Therefore, the design of XML schema document plays an important role in web engineering process and needs to have many schema qualities: functionality, extensibility, reusability, understandability, maintainability and so on. Three schema metrics: Reusable Quality metric (RQ), Extensible Quality metric (EQ) and Understandable Quality metric (UQ) are proposed to measure the Reusable, Extensible and Understandable of XML schema documents in web engineering process respectively. The base attributes are selected according to XML Quality Assurance Design Guidelines. These metrics are formulated based on Binary Entropy Function and Rank Order Centroid method. To check the validity of the proposed metrics empirically and analytically, the self-organizing feature map (SOM) and Weyuker’s 9 properties are used.

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