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Digital Geography Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet and Modern Society (IMS 2022)

Title
Digital Geography [electronic resource] : Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet and Modern Society (IMS 2022) / edited by Radomir Bolgov, Ravil Mukhamediev, Roberto Pereira, Sergey Mityagin.
ISBN
9783031506093
Edition
1st ed. 2024.
Publication
Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland : Imprint: Springer, 2024.
Physical Description
1 online resource (XI, 291 p.) 67 illus., 43 illus. in color.
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Summary
This proceedings book presents select papers from the International Conference on Internet and Modern Society (IMS 2022). It discusses topical issues of digital geography and the geography of the information society, especially in urban settings. Participants from all over the world consider the controversies and challenges posed by globalization, focusing on Digital Urbanism, Smart Cities, Digital Sustainability, Social Media Movements, Digital Divide, and Cyber Psychology. The book will be of interest to academics, researchers, and students in digital humanities, as well as governmental and non-governmental cybersecurity organizations.
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Language
English
Added to Catalog
March 01, 2024
Series
Springer Geography,
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Contents
Chapter 1: Recognition of soybean crops and weeds with YOLO v4 and UAV
Chapter 2: The street potential investigation based on open data
Chapter 3: A survey of masked face recognition methods and corpora/data
Chapter 4: Using the data mining tool to analyze student performance
Chapter 5: Analysis of biometric identification methods used in auto-proctoring
Chapter 6: Machine learning and philology
Chapter 7: Adaptation of static and contextualized topic modeling techniques to hidden community detection
Chapter 8: The database of constructions with lexical repetitions "RepLeCon" and inter-annotator agreement
Chapter 9: Linguo-statistical analysis of domain concept verbalization in the Russian language
Chapter 10: Towards the description of multiword units in Russian everyday speech
Chapter 11: Testing hypotheses about the influence of the genre of folk songs on their formal characteristics
Chapter 12: Emotional maps
Chapter 13: Towards an analyzer of emotions for texts in Russian in bilingual perspective
Chapter 14: Life goals of education online volunteers
Chapter 15: The frequency of open and anonymous cyberbullying among school students
Chapter 16: Predicting individual cognitive status based on EEG data fit to power law distribution
Chapter 17: Internet addiction and personal maturity of adolescents
Chapter 18: Predicting performance and functional reserves of athletes based on their pulse indicators in different trainings
Chapter 19: Algorithm for analyzing the text of news reports on society digitalization in Russia
Chapter 20: Transformation of Belarusian protest management in social media (2020-2021)
Chapter 21: Digital readiness of young people to interact with the state.
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