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In hacker parlance, this word has strong connotations of "annoying", or "difficult", or both. Hackers relish a challenge, and enjoy wringing all the irony possible out of the ancient Chinese curse "May you live in interesting times".
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Increased interestingness of extraneous details in a multimedia science presentation leads to decreased learning.
In addition to interestingness and effective communication, scholarship should reflect awareness of contemporary research designs.
In this paper we focus on analysis of the channel change data flow [3], obtained in a pseudoanonymized form from the IPTV operator, to try to infer the interestingness of the broadcast content.
Cindy Crawford and Amal Clooney seem to have formed a solid friendship based on their mutual interestingness, reports San Francisco Gate.
267) While status as a leading case may correlate with the interestingness of oral arguments and their perceived value, this correlation is not perfect.
Currently, researchers typically imagine a specific purpose for the patterns, try to formalize interestingness of such patterns given that purpose, and design an algorithm to mine them.
Phelps identifies institutional causes of these nonmaterial disparities, such as recognizing stronger legal structures/property rights and establishing financial institutions, as well as cultural causes, including values associated with the interestingness of a job, acceptance of new ideas, the desire to have some personal initiative, a readiness to accept change, and a willingness to accept competition--all WVS classifications representing modern capitalist values.
Support and confidence are the two most important quality measures for evaluating the interestingness of a rule.
After each session participants provided feedback about the difficulty level, perceived usefulness, and interestingness of the session (information that was subsequently used to restructure the sessions).
By practicing and doing hard work I can complete the assignment" is counted as a perception of both interestingness and difficulty.
Motivational factors and writing: the role of topic interestingness.
Interestingness measures, in recent years, have been proposed for extracting only the interesting and useful rules (Bayardo Jr and Agrawal, 1999; Geng and Hamilton, 2006; Gharib et al.