• Using Efficient Search Methods for Content Structuring

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    Designing efficient content structures that guide readers through in ways that are efficient, maintaining diversity and narrative of the original.

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  • Learning through Associations and Knowledge Graphs

    Learning often works through associations. In this article we demonstrate how one can enhance one’s knowledge through the use of network graphs, which provide a good overview and at the same time can reveal the limits and the frontiers that are to be explored.

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  • Text Network Visualization for Psychotherapy

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    Mental disorders and various self-imposed psychological obstacles often arise because of the lack of choice. Gregory Bateson wrote about the double-bind origin of schizophrenic behavior where “crazy” reaction is simply a way of transcending a limiting situation, when the person sees no other choice. Various psychotherapeutic practices focus on expanding the range of possibilities for the patient, offering more choices than is currently available. Text network visualization can be a useful tool to aid this process. In this case study we are going to demonstrate how it works.

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  • Putin’s 2014 Address to Federal Assembly Text Network Analysis

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    Every year in December Vladimir Putin addresses the Russian Federal Assembly. His address is considered to be a good indicator of the current political mood in the country. Putin’s 2014 speech is especially interesting, because it concerns not only Russia but the whole world. We at Nodus Labs together with Way to Russai analyzed Vladimir Putin’s address made on the 4th of December 2014 using text network analysis and below we present a report on what we discovered. We also made a comparison of the 2014 speech to the 6 speeches before from the years 2008-2013 to see how presidential rhetorics evolved over time.

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  • Detecting Events in Networks

    An real event within a network is an occurrence that produces the new topology: the edges between the nodes that didn’t exist before, the constellations that transcend the already existing field of possibilities. Using Alain Badiou’s propositions from “Being and Event” as well as a recent study from LIP6 lab in France, we bring together the philosophical and scientific explanations for an event, which has the capacity to change the context.

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