Chapter 13 Support Vector Machine | Machine Learning with R

Is Bidirectional Sentence Parsing the Future of Natural Language Processing?

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Bharathi Sridhar Abstract Traditionally, text is analysed unidirectionally: from left to right. But bidirectional parsing is quickly becoming more prevalent in Natural Language Processing (NLP) and deep learning. Deep learning methods often require large amounts of data to extract patterns but in many NLP tasks, labelled data is scarce, so usually, a model is pre-trained […]

The Biomimicry Institute’s Youth Design Challenge

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Nishka Srivastava Anti-counterfeiting technology inspired by the wings of a butterfly. A robotic arm inspired by an elephant’s trunk. Fascinating ideas like these are everyday at The Biomimicry Institute – an organisation dedicated to promoting biomimicry, or design that emulates nature to create sustainable and effective solutions to our problems. Recently the Institute held their […]

Quantum Tunneling

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Lavanya Arora The quantum world hosts a lot of staggering and interesting phenomena. One of these is quantum tunneling. It is a process in which a particle with less energy penetrates through a barrier with higher energy. The most common example scientists give to explain this is that of a ball and a hill. Consider […]

Can Regenerative Farming Combat the Greenhouse Gases of the Farming Industry?

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Anna Almasan An essay regarding how high quality soil can capture carbon and reduce the effects of climate change Abstract With the ever more prudent threat of the climate crisis scientists have been searching for solutions. One such solution has presented itself in the form of Regenerative Farming. Regenerative farming is preferred as it is […]

Archaeology and language – writing systems in the archaeological record

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Weina Jin Introduction History would not exist without writing. According to Gerd Carling, the amount of knowledge passed down from a society is higher if you have written sources about that culture, compared to non-written sources. She says this is down to the “methodology of linguistics. It’s easier to get certain knowledge about things in […]

Reflection of Political Bias within YouTube Search and Recommendation Algorithms

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Michael Lutz, Sanjana Gadaginmath, Natraj Vairavan, Sriram Srivatsan, Advisor: Phil Mui 1Aspiring Scholars Directed Research Program, 43505 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539 Abstract: Given the reach of YouTube as a proliferator of contemporary news and ideas, it is important to understand how YouTube reflects (either magnifies, minimises, or preserves) pre-existing political bias. Moreover, it remains […]

CO2 Levels During Long International Flights as Approximation for COVID-19 Infection Risk Levels

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Inbar Adiel, 11th Grade, Golda Och Academy, NJ January 31st, 2021 ABSTRACT This research documents the levels of CO2 during two long international flights that took place on December 11th, 2020 and January 1st, 2021 (US -> Israel and Israel -> US). Based on CDC guidelines, the risk of becoming infected with COVID-19 increases dramatically […]

Proof of Stokes Law of Viscosity Using Reynolds Law

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PROOF OF STOKES LAW OF VISCOSITY USING REYNOLDS LAW THE UNIVERSITY OF BURDWAN Author’s name: Arup Shit Qualification: Undergraduate (Physics) Gmail ID: [email protected] Abstract Viscosity is basically the measure of resistance of a fluid when it is flowing, i.e. it describes the internal friction of a moving fluid. In 1851 scientist George Gabriel Stokes gave […]

Wireless Brainwave Sensing Using an EEG Headset and Labview Programming

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Wireless Brainwave Sensing Using an EEG Headset and Labview Programming Ri He Abstract Using a Bluetooth HC-06 module and an electroencephalogram (EEG) Mindflex headset, I developed a wireless brainwave sensing system based on Labview graphical programming. Using the system, EEG raw data was attained, saved and processed. Brainwaves were recorded during three activities: relaxing, reading […]

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Healthy Living and a More Sustainable Environment

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Audrey Zhang NWIW Internship 2019 July 2019 Abstract Numerous studies from a health or environmental standpoint have shown how the population can make changes to improve each field of studies’ respective issues. Combining results from several research studies, this paper shows how shifting one’s diet to include fewer animal products positively impacts both health and […]

COVID-19: have we survived worse than this?

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COVID-19: have we survived worse than this? Ansha Khurana Abstract Covid19 is a contagious disease that causes respiratory illness, visit McDaidPharmacy.ie to get supplies to prevent it . From the 11th of March 2020, the disease was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. This article compares Covid-19 to some of the other pandemics […]

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Do you want to fight Coronavirus?

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Amanda Naeima Grade 7, St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic School, Saskatoon, SK, Canada Abstract: The novel coronavirus pandemic has caused panic around the world and everyone wants to do their part in overcoming this virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends regular hand washing and social distancing as the best precaution measures. This study investigates […]