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2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 108-112

I write not as an academic, but as a singer, writer of works for the stage, festival director, and arts advisor. The word curator first entered my understanding as the role of those working in art galleries and museums: those skilled individuals who “cared for” their collections. The word has now spread to many of the things that I do, including the way I have “put together” large international arts festivals.

Neutron ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 21 (2) ◽  
pp. 112-119
Kifayat Ali Larik ◽  
Abdul Karim Lashari

In this study it comes under the observation that there is a big effect on employees through Leadership skills. These effective practices make stronger to organization and another aspect with this observation is to clearly justify the effect of styles in a different way like Democratic, autocratic, and participative style on employees for enhancing their performance. The main objective with great Guidance it was analyzed that obviously autocratic style has much effect on employee performance inside the organization. On other side the way of participative is quietly good for further efficiency raising up. This study is based on qualitative approach, whereas Secondary research is on prior behalf. The reason behind this study is to have further discussion widely on employees’ performance as the readers can get bunch of knowledge about it. In secondary research it will be added to putt data via reports general information magazines and general Journal. Making widely valuable to this article it came to know that there is greater impact of Leadership style on employees acts the roe of behavior and its performance. Democratic style is highly useful beneficial for employees at all times while the participation style is also beneficial for employee’s performance on a long-term duration Few further recommendations are under the discussion in this thesis.

Geoffrey Hammond ◽  
Marcus Newborough

Geoffrey Hammond at the University of Bath and Marcus Newborough of ITM Power review what happened at the UN climate change conference in Glasgow last year, and what the resulting ‘Glasgow climate pact’ means for global warming and climate change.

2022 ◽  
Vol 29 (2) ◽  
pp. 1-42
Maitraye Das ◽  
Anne Marie Piper ◽  
Darren Gergle

Collaborative writing tools have been used widely in professional and academic organizations for many years. Yet, there has not been much work to improve screen reader access in mainstream collaborative writing tools. This severely affects the way people with vision impairments collaborate in ability-diverse teams. As a step toward addressing this issue, the present article aims at improving screen reader representation of collaborative features such as comments and track changes (i.e., suggested edits). Building on our formative interviews with 20 academics and professionals with vision impairments, we developed auditory representations that indicate comments and edits using non-speech audio (e.g., earcons, tone overlay), multiple text-to-speech voices, and contextual presentation techniques. We then performed a systematic evaluation study with 48 screen reader users that indicated that non-speech audio, changing voices, and contextual presentation can potentially improve writers’ collaboration awareness. We discuss implications of these results for the design of accessible collaborative systems.

2022 ◽  
Vol 30 (1) ◽  
pp. 159-187
Erica Kanesaka

Abstract This article explores the ties between anti-Black racist kitsch and kawaii culture through the history of the Dakko-chan doll. In what came to be called the “Dakko-chan boom” of 1960, tens of thousands of Japanese people lined up to purchase an inflatable blackface doll with a circular red mouth, grass skirt, and winking hologram eyes. Dakko means “to hug,” and Dakko-chan's astronomical popularity resulted in part from the way the doll could be worn as an accessory, attached to the body by its hugging arms. This article asks what it meant for Japan, a nation still recovering from World War II and the American occupation, to quite literally embrace American blackface in the form of an embraceable doll. Rejecting the claim that blackface loses its significance in a Japanese context, this article argues that Dakko-chan cannot be considered devoid of racist meanings. Emerging amid the political turmoil surrounding the revision of the US-Japan Security Treaty, Dakko-chan came to express a wide range of contradictory feelings about race, sex, and nation, illustrating how affective attachments to racist forms have accrued rather than dissipated through their movement into new cultural contexts.

2022 ◽  
Vol 31 (2) ◽  
pp. 155-157
Juliana Kanawati ◽  
Saurabh Kumar

2022 ◽  
Vol 6 (POPL) ◽  
pp. 1-29
Marcelo Fiore ◽  
Dmitrij Szamozvancev

Despite extensive research both on the theoretical and practical fronts, formalising, reasoning about, and implementing languages with variable binding is still a daunting endeavour – repetitive boilerplate and the overly complicated metatheory of capture-avoiding substitution often get in the way of progressing on to the actually interesting properties of a language. Existing developments offer some relief, however at the expense of inconvenient and error-prone term encodings and lack of formal foundations. We present a mathematically-inspired language-formalisation framework implemented in Agda. The system translates the description of a syntax signature with variable-binding operators into an intrinsically-encoded, inductive data type equipped with syntactic operations such as weakening and substitution, along with their correctness properties. The generated metatheory further incorporates metavariables and their associated operation of metasubstitution, which enables second-order equational/rewriting reasoning. The underlying mathematical foundation of the framework – initial algebra semantics – derives compositional interpretations of languages into their models satisfying the semantic substitution lemma by construction.

2022 ◽  
Vol 0 (0) ◽  
Alice Lim

Abstract In this paper, we classify the compact locally homogeneous non-gradient m-quasi Einstein 3- manifolds. Along the way, we also prove that given a compact quotient of a Lie group of any dimension that is m-quasi Einstein, the potential vector field X must be left invariant and Killing. We also classify the nontrivial m-quasi Einstein metrics that are a compact quotient of the product of two Einstein metrics. We also show that S1 is the only compact manifold of any dimension which admits a metric which is nontrivially m-quasi Einstein and Einstein.

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 258-264
Kh. Anarkulov ◽  
N. Matazimov

Research relevance: article discusses problems in evolution of rules and refereeing of sports competitions in Kyrgyz national wrestling kuresh in connection with the Kyrgyz people folk physical culture, in which the Kyrgyz richest folk art should be mentioned. Research objectives: to determine functions and problems in evolution of rules and refereeing at sports competitions in the Kyrgyz national sports wrestling kuresh. Research materials and methods: analysis of rules, circumstances and recommendations from organizations during sports competitions in national wrestling kuresh. Research results: physical exercises have become a necessary and more effective preparation of student youth for social activities (protection of territories and population from foreigners, physical labor associated with the extraction of food, preparing the younger generation for work and protection in difficult climatic and geographical conditions, change of residence, etc.). Conclusions: competitive process and objective refereeing of sports competitions opened the way to sports glory, violating objective and subjective obstacles.

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