[Humanist] 27.538 pubs: translation; affective-aware ubiquitous computing

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 538.
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  [1]   From:    "Dr. Dr. Egon L. van den Broek" <vandenbroek at acm.org>      (9)
        Subject: CFP on Affective Aware Ubiquitous Computing (ISI journal) &
                workshop

  [2]   From:    Ram-Verlag <RAM-Verlag at t-online.de>                       (33)
        Subject: Study of Translation


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        Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2013 10:25:10 +0000
        From: "Dr. Dr. Egon L. van den Broek" <vandenbroek at acm.org>
        Subject: CFP on Affective Aware Ubiquitous Computing (ISI journal) & workshop


Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE) 
Thematic Issue: Affect Aware Ubiquitous Computing
 
There has been considerable research in pervasive and ubiquitous computing infrastructures 
for realising Ambient Intelligence (AmI) and user aware systems that attempt to use smart 
data representation and learning techniques to interpret and respond to peoples’ everyday 
environmental and information needs [1-5]. Such intelligence has to be focused around the 
user, the context of their activities, and their interactions with computing artefacts so that 
their behaviours, preferences and desires are anticipated by the system [1-5]. 

[For the remainder of this cfp see: http://www.digitalhumanities.org/humanist/Attachments/1384521721_2013-11-15_vandenbroek@acm.org_26747.4.pdf]

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        Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2013 18:12:44 +0000
        From: Ram-Verlag <RAM-Verlag at t-online.de>
        Subject: Study of Translation


Just published:

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Quantitative Exploration of Historical Translation: 
A Corpus Study of Tetsugaku Jii
by Meng JI
ISBN 978-3-942303-16-3
Topics: Lexicon, Translation, Japanese

Available as:
PDF-File download from Internet: 20.00 EUR (Link<http://www.ram-verlag.eu/books-e-books/linguistics/>)
CD-ROM: 25.00 EUR (order to RAM-Verlag)<mailto:RAM-Verlag at t-online.de?subject=Order:%20CD-ROM%20ISBN%20978-3-942303-16-3>
Printed edition: 65.00 EUR (order to RAM-Verlag)<mailto:RAM-Verlag at t-online.de?subject=Order:%20Printed%20edition%20ISBN%20978-3-942303-16-3>
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Exploratory Statistical Techniques:
for the Study of Literary Translation
by Meng JI
ISBN 978-3-942303-17-0
Topics: Translation, Comparison, Chinese

Available as:
PDF-File download from Internet: 15.00 EUR (Link<http://www.ram-verlag.eu/books-e-books/linguistics/>)
CD-ROM: 20.00 EUR (order to RAM-Verlag)<mailto:RAM-Verlag at t-online.de?subject=Order:%20CD-ROM%20ISBN%20978-3-942303-17-0>
Printed edition: 45.00 EUR (order to RAM-Verlag)<mailto:RAM-Verlag at t-online.de?subject=Order:%20Printed%20edition%20ISBN%20978-3-942303-17-0>
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