interestingness


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the power of attracting or holding one's attention (because it is unusual or exciting etc.)

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This finding has the characteristic of interestingness because it suggests that counselor education pedagogy struggles with creating and implementing liberating learning environments.
31 on interestingness and usefulness respectively on the two sections in fall 2013) are markedly better than earlier semesters (such as the responses of 3.
We examine the association rules from the temporal perspective for their interestingness.
Their level of interestingness is impartially determined by a demographically-selected customer service focus consultancy, broken down by age and sex - i.
Many researchers characterize this interestingness as a function of the environment--some environments because they emphasize novelty, challenge, social interaction or other hypothesized characteristics, have a higher probability of engendering interest in students than others.
Orange can also help the user in finding insightful visualizations by automatically ranking them by interestingness or by organizing them into a network of visualizations.
A Causal Model of Sentence Recall: Effects of Familiarity, Concreteness, Comprehensibility, and Interestingness.
Hence, the collaborative filtering techniques were employed, where subjective evaluations on the text content were done by the readers based on the quality, interestingness etc.
Leech manifestly prefers to focus more on pre-modifying part of nominal group for its interestingness, especially attributive adjectives.
Her output, which she calls a ahuman-powered discovery engine for interestingness,a has attracted an eclectic group of devotees including the novelist William Gibson, the singer Josh Groban, the comedian Drew Carey, the neuroscientist David Eagleman, the actress Mia Farrow and the Twitter founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams.
This acronym stands for: Magnitude (think effect size or magnitude of association), Articulation (specificity of detail that might include exploring an observed effect on subgroups or in different contexts), Generality (framing results within the appropriate context or across contexts if possible), Interestingness (given the results, how does this change the field of knowledge) and Credibility (results are conceptually grounded, logical and supported given the methods and statistical analysis).
Interestingness Measures for Association Rules in Educational Data, 1st International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM08), Montreal, Canada (2008).
In a conversation with artist Christopher Williams published last year, de Rooij takes issue with recent artworks that "seem to legitimize themselves only through the interestingness of their references.