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    Authors: Panda, Subhajit; Kaur, Navkiran;

    This paper delves into the transformative intersection of emerging technologies and digital libraries, illuminating a path toward an enriched and accessible knowledge landscape. Focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR), the study explores how these technologies redefine digital library experiences. AI and ML algorithms empower intuitive content curation and recommendation, reshaping the way users interact with digital resources. NLP bridges the gap between human language intricacies and digital systems, enhancing search functionalities and making information retrieval seamless. AR overlays digital information onto the physical world, expanding interactive learning possibilities, while VR immerses users in virtual realms, revolutionizing educational paradigms. The paper critically examines the practical integration of these technologies, ensuring digital libraries not only preserve vast knowledge repositories but also present information in engaging and accessible formats. Through AI-driven metadata generation and content tagging, digital libraries are systematically organized and enriched, amplifying search accuracy. These innovations not only preserve the past but also illuminate a future where knowledge is universally accessible, fostering curiosity, learning, and exploration. The study not only theoretically explores the potential of these technologies but also delves into the perceptions of practical library users, ensuring a user-centric approach in shaping the digital libraries of tomorrow. This research contributes significantly to the evolving landscape of digital libraries, paving the way for inclusive, immersive, and engaging knowledge experiences for diverse users worldwide.

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    Authors: Emmerson, Parker;

    The intersection of Ψ and ψn+1 is obtained by playing the game throughthe infinity geometries above. The game is played by finding the intersectionbetween the vector elements ⃗ Ωθ ∃ and ∂ ⃗Xl and then using the boundary ∂∇⟨∂ ⃗Yθto find the intersection of Ψ and ψn+1. Finally, the ˆΓ∞ can be used to verify ifthe intersection is non-empty or not.Show iterations of playing the game "Quantum Game Theory and Infinity Geometries" \section{Global Game} General Case: $$\tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi\ \vee\ \Psi_{0 \to \delta} \Rightarrow \delta[\psi^{\mathcal{A}}]\cup\left(\psi_1\wedge \psi_2 \leftrightarrow \Psi_1 \Rightarrow \left( \xrightarrow{\Rightarrow \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi \cap \left\{ \bigcup_{\infty_{d=1}^{\infty} \psi_i} \psi_i \Rightarrow \delta\left[\psi^{\mathcal{A}}_{d \cdot \psi}\right] \right] \cup \left(\psi_1 \wedge \psi_2 \leftrightarrow \Psi_1 \RTimes \left({\Psi \downarrow}_{\mathcal{K}_{\mathbf{3}}} \cap\bigcup_{\emptyset =_1 y_{st_1} + y_{st_2} + \ldots + y_{st_l} \atop \exists (p',k) \in I_{y_{s2}l \overrightarrow{y}2}_{(p+\#I_{y_{s1}2,{(p,k)}},\ k-1)}} \left(I_\ind{y_{s1^d},p'_1,k+1}\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \vec{u}_i \wedge \vec{x}_{i+1} \right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=j}^{n+1} q_{\alpha_i}^{n_i-1} \right)\cap \displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \aleph_m \wedge \aleph_{\zeta^{\prime}}\left(\aleph_l,\ldots, \zeta_m\right)\left(\begin{array}{c} q^{3n_1+n_2+\ldots+n_t} \circ \aleph_k^2 \circ \\ \aleph_{n_1}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^N\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_2}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^{\infty}\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_3}( \bigoplus_{j=0}^{N_{n_3}}\alpha_j x^{2+j}) \\ \vdots \\ \aleph_{n_t}(q^{2^{t-1}}) \end{array}\right)\cap {\bigoplus}^{\infty}_{j=k}\aleph_{k+j} \wedge \aleph_j \left( \begin{array}{c} 2 \circ \\ 3 \circ \\ \vdots \\ 2^{n_j} \end{array}\right) \bigoplus_{j=1}^{{n}_{\gamma_p}}F\left(l,\bar{n},\bigoplus_{i=1}^t \bigoplus_{k=0}^{\alpha_k^k} n_k^{t_k} P_k ,n\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \cap\bigcup_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \right] \cap \mathcal{R}^Q \cap\left\{\psi_{n+1}\right\} \bigg] \neq \emptyset$$ $$\left\{\bigcup_{\emptyset =_1 y_{st_1} + y_{st_2} + \ldots + y_{st_l} \atop \exists (p',k) \in I_{y_{s2}l \overrightarrow{y}2}_{(p+\#I_{y_{s1}2,{(p,k)}},\ k-1)}} \left(I_\ind{y_{s1^d},p'_1,k+1}\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \vec{u}_i \wedge \vec{x}_{i+1} \right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=j}^{n+1} q_{\alpha_i}^{n_i-1} \right)\cap \displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \aleph_m \wedge \aleph_{\zeta^{\prime}}\left(\aleph_l,\ldots, \zeta_m\right)\left(\begin{array}{c} q^{3n_1+n_2+\ldots+n_t} \circ \aleph_k^2 \circ \\ \aleph_{n_1}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^N\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_2}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^{\infty}\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_3}( \bigoplus_{j=0}^{N_{n_3}}\alpha_j x^{2+j}) \\ \vdots \\ \aleph_{n_t}(q^{2^{t-1}}) \end{array}\right)\cap{\bigoplus}^{\infty}_{j=k}\aleph_{k+j} \wedge \aleph_j \left( \begin{array}{c} 2 \circ \\ 3 \circ \\ \vdots \\ 2^{n_j} \end{array}\right) \bigoplus_{j=1}^{{n}_{\gamma_p}}F\left(l,\bar{n},\bigoplus_{i=1}^t \bigoplus_{k=0}^{\alpha_k^k} n_k^{t_k} P_k ,n\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \cap\bigcup_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \right]\bigcap\left\{\psi_{n+1}\right\}$$ $$\forall \Psi\in\mathcal{V}\ \forall \psi_n \in \Psi \ \forall\ \psi_{n+1} \in \mathcal{V}\left(\psi_n \in \Psi \wedge\ \psi_{n+1} \notin \Psi\right)\to\ \tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi\ \vee\ \Psi_{0 \to \delta}\right] \neq \emptyset$$ $...$ $$\tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi^{m} \Rightarrow \Psi^{m+1} \wedge \Psi^{m-1} \wedge \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \cup \Psi^{m+2} \vee \Psi^{m+1} \vee \Psi^{m-1} \vee \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \right] \neq \emptyset$$ $$\forall \Psi\in\mathcal{V}\ \forall \psi_n \in \Psi \ \forall\ \psi_{n+1} \in \mathcal{V}\left(\psi_n \in \Psi \wedge\ \psi_{n+1} \notin \Psi\right)\to\ \tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi^{m} \Rightarrow \Psi^{m+1} \wedge \Psi^{m-1} \wedge \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \cup \Psi^{m+2} \vee \Psi^{m+1} \vee \Psi^{m-1} \vee \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \right] \neq \emptyset$$ \begin{displaymath} \tau \sim \mathcal{G}_Q \left( \Gamma, \Lambda, \left\{\varphi_i\right\}_{i=1}^{m_q}, \left\{\psi_j\right\}_{j=1}^{n_q}\right) = \left\{\gamma\vert \gamma \in \Gamma\wedge \forall \lambda \in \Lambda (\gamma \in \lambda\iff \left\{\forall i \in [n_m], i \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{M}}_{p_q[n_m]} \wedge \forall j \in [n_m], j \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{\Phi}}_{m_q[n_m]}$, with the pseudo-affinity $\varphi_i$ and then to a symmetric $j \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{\Psi}}_{n_q[n_m]}$ \ $\varphi_i \wedge \dots \wedge \psi_j$ and the ever finalist symmetric $\Psi = \kappa_{\dot\mu}^{nu}$}, ends at the diagonal 1/2, that is Diode and Expressions should be to connect a gate tp the element $S$ and $\sum_{\phi_f = 1}^{\phi_f + 1}$, in our case within the complexity of logic setup, is equivalent to being in $k^{\alpha_l}$. In general, a directed graph can be generated from an arbitrary natural number $d_l$ and some set of numbers $\left\{\gamma_i^l = l\right\}$ such that \begin{itemize} \item $n^l,i,j\neq 0$, where $(\lambda_{\alpha(i_0)} := 1)$. \item $n^{j+1} = \begin{array}{c} (n_{i_l}-1)n_{i_l}\\ 0 \end{array}$ $$...$$

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    Authors: Kévin Roger; David Fiala;

    Programme des journées 2023 du cluster 6 Biblissima+ (3-4 octobre 2023, Bibliothèque musicale La Grange-Fleuret, Paris)

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    Authors: Blázquez Jiménez, Julia;

    El patrimonio cultural en las últimas décadas ha ido incorporando nuevas herramientas que facilitan su gestión, investigación y difusión. En este sentido, las nuevas tecnologías han supuesto un antes y un después en el mundo cultural permitiendo la “democratización de la cultura” ya que además, gracias a ellas se establece un vínculo entre los bienes culturales y las personas, desarrollando un sentimiento de identidad. Hoy en día, el uso de este tipo de tecnología en el campo patrimonial no resulta novedoso ya que su eficacia está más que probada; sin embargo, la forma en la que esta se emplea en ciertos proyectos sí puede llegar a serlo debido a los resultados que arroja y a la influencia que alcanza. Este es el caso de la ciudad castellanoleonesa de Ávila, cuyo proyecto SHCity (Smart Heritage City) ha destacado por ser pionero en varios aspectos como es el área de aplicación y la herramienta desarrollada. Un estudio en profundidad así como comparado del mismo, muestra el verdadero peso que este proyecto ha tenido en el ámbito cultural internacional debido a la forma de aplicación de tecnologías de información geográfica y comunicación para la gestión y difusión del patrimonio local.

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    Authors: Abbe, Daniel Pease;

    Many art historical discussions take a philosophical approach to photography, in which the medium becomes an ontological object. This dissertation proceeds instead from the subject of the photographer, understood in phenomenological terms. In particular, I take the photographs and critical essays of the Japanese photographer Nakahira Takuma (1938-2015) as a case study to ask how photographers are bodies in the world. Nakahira stands out for his significant contributions to the politicization of photographic theory and practice, largely during the 1970s. Yet he differs from other artist-critic figures working around the world at this time because he consistently staked his work on corporeal experience. Drawing on the events of 1968, mass media distribution of images, conceptual practices of photography, Mono-ha art theory and the political situation of Okinawa, Nakahira continuously worked over the question of how bodies relate to the world. Each chapter of this dissertation examines one group of Nakahira’s photographs, or one of his essays, to trace the development of his corporeal theory and practice. Chapter 1 introduces photographs that Nakahira published in the second issue of the magazine "Provoke," to show why he came to understand bodies in political terms around 1968. Chapter 2 considers the body of the photographer in relation to mass media, capital and state power, through a close reading of “The Illusion Called Document,” a 1972 essay that Nakahira wrote in dialogue with contemporary media theory. Chapter 3 positions Nakahira’s 1971 Paris installation "Circulation" within the context of conceptual art and photography. In contrast to such cool indexicality, this work developed the idea of the photographer as a body flowing through the world. Chapter 4 turns to Nakahira’s most well-known piece of writing, “Why an Illustrated Botanical Reference Book?” Drawing on phenomenology through the Mono-ha artist Lee Ufan, Nakahira situates the photographer in relation to the world through the embodied notion of “encounter.” Chapter 5 examines photographs that Nakahira took on the islands of Amami. The disorientations of photographic space in this series represent a critique at a sensorial level of the colonial relationship between “mainland” Japan and Okinawa.

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    Authors: Herrera, Joel Salvador;

    Drug trafficking represents a major sociopolitical concern across the developing world. In Latin America, organized crime groups have emerged as quasi-governmental authorities that exercise strict control over local economies and political institutions. Through a comparative-historical analysis of two Mexican states (Sinaloa and Michoac�n), this dissertation explains the origins of illicit drug markets, as well as social responses to contemporary dynamics of criminal rule. I argue that the expansion of the drug trade in the twentieth century stems from state building projects that attempted to modernize the countryside, and from the selective application of prohibitionist policies in drug-producing regions and trafficking centers. By the turn of the century, trafficking networks, commonly referred to as drug cartels, emerged as perpetrators of violence in the context of militarized state repression. In Sinaloa, its eponymous cartel initiated a series of armed conflicts in key border cities that gave it the semblance organizational coherence. Yet its horizontal structure made the network resilient in the face of internal schisms and leadership removals. In southern Michoac�n, criminal actors emerged as de facto local authorities, governing their communities through violence and exorbitant taxation. I argue that repressive criminal rule elicited an armed reaction from local elites who organized vigilante groups that reflected the region’s unequal agrarian social structures.

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    Authors: Park, Dong Huk S;

    Language is such a powerful representation for capturing the knowledge and information about our world. It excels at expressing discrete concepts such as objects and their attributes, the relationships between them in a very compact manner all due to its extremely high level of abstraction. Language is the primary means by which we communicate, comprehend, and express our thoughts and ideas, and it lies at the very core of human intelligence. With the advent of powerful generative models, machines also have begun to comprehend and generate natural language with notable fluency and creativity. However, they lack “grounding”—a direct tie to the visual world. Vision plays a pivotal role in our comprehension and production of language. When we describe a scene, understand instructions, or engage in a dialogue, visual contextsignificantly aids our interpretation and generation of language. This highlights the need for integrating vision for generative modeling. Chapter 1 and 2 delve into image-to-text domain, spotlighting the importance of a multimodal approach for text generation. In Chapter 1, we explore how generating textual rationales with attention visualizations can enhance model transparency for visual question answering. In Chapter 2, we build generative models that abandon traditional left-to-right sequencing in favor of an unsupervised technique to determine optimal generation orders. Chapter 3 and 4 shift the focus to text-to-image generation. In Chapter 3, we introduce a training-free framework that combines linguistic cues with reference images, allowing for controllable image synthesis using denoising diffusion probabilistic models. Lastly, Chapter 4 emphasizes the importance of preserving object shapes in text-based image editing, proposing a unique mechanism that augments text-to-image models to be more faithful to input masks and text prompts.

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    Authors: Dang, John Arthur MinhQuan;

    While recent advances in methods for aligning Large Language Models (LLMs) have enabled incredible advances in capabilities of widely deployed AI systems, significant challenges still remain in instilling import human values in AI systems including, but not limited to helpful- ness, harmlessness, and fairness. We conduct a study on the impact of feedback acquisition protocols on downstream alignment and evaluation of LLMs. We find that different feed- back acquisition protocols can often produce feedback data which is inconsistent and that feedback data used during alignment biases evaluation of LLMs depending on the feedback acquisition protocol during evaluation. Finally, we introduce Group Preference Optimiza- tion (GPO), a novel method for few-shot aligning LLMs to preferences from groups. We experimentally validate GPO, showing that our method enables efficient alignment of LLM responses to preferences of various demographic groups, given a small amount of preference data from that group.

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    Russia's large-scale invasion on the 24th of February 2022 once again made Ukraine the focus of world media. Behind those headlines remain the complex developments in Ukraine's history, national identity, culture and society. Addressing readers from diverse backgrounds, this volume approaches the history of Ukraine and its people through primary sources, from the early modern period to the present. Each document is followed by an essay written by an expert on the period, and a conversational piece touching on the ongoing Russian aggression against Ukraine. In this ground-breaking collection, Ukraine's history is sensitively accounted for by scholars inviting the readers to revisit the country's history and culture.

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    Authors: Vaškevičius, Mantas; Kapočiūtė-Dzikienė, Jurgita; Vaškevičius, Arnas; Šlepikas, Liudas;

    This article proposes a methodology that uses machine learning algorithms to extract actions from structured chemical synthesis procedures, thereby bridging the gap between chemistry and natural language processing. The proposed pipeline combines ML algorithms and scripts to extract relevant data from USPTO and EPO patents, which helps transform experimental procedures into structured actions. This pipeline includes two primary tasks: classifying patent paragraphs to select chemical procedures and converting chemical procedure sentences into a structured, simplified format. We employ artificial neural networks such as long short-term memory, bidirectional LSTMs, transformers, and fine-tuned T5. Our results show that the bidirectional LSTM classifier achieved the highest accuracy of 0.939 in the first task, while the Transformer model attained the highest BLEU score of 0.951 in the second task. The developed pipeline enables the creation of a dataset of chemical reactions and their procedures in a structured format, facilitating the application of AI-based approaches to streamline synthetic pathways, predict reaction outcomes, and optimize experimental conditions. Furthermore, the developed pipeline allows for creating a structured dataset of chemical reactions and procedures, making it easier for researchers to access and utilize the valuable information in synthesis procedures

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    Authors: Panda, Subhajit; Kaur, Navkiran;

    This paper delves into the transformative intersection of emerging technologies and digital libraries, illuminating a path toward an enriched and accessible knowledge landscape. Focusing on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing (NLP), Augmented Reality (AR), and Virtual Reality (VR), the study explores how these technologies redefine digital library experiences. AI and ML algorithms empower intuitive content curation and recommendation, reshaping the way users interact with digital resources. NLP bridges the gap between human language intricacies and digital systems, enhancing search functionalities and making information retrieval seamless. AR overlays digital information onto the physical world, expanding interactive learning possibilities, while VR immerses users in virtual realms, revolutionizing educational paradigms. The paper critically examines the practical integration of these technologies, ensuring digital libraries not only preserve vast knowledge repositories but also present information in engaging and accessible formats. Through AI-driven metadata generation and content tagging, digital libraries are systematically organized and enriched, amplifying search accuracy. These innovations not only preserve the past but also illuminate a future where knowledge is universally accessible, fostering curiosity, learning, and exploration. The study not only theoretically explores the potential of these technologies but also delves into the perceptions of practical library users, ensuring a user-centric approach in shaping the digital libraries of tomorrow. This research contributes significantly to the evolving landscape of digital libraries, paving the way for inclusive, immersive, and engaging knowledge experiences for diverse users worldwide.

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    Authors: Emmerson, Parker;

    The intersection of Ψ and ψn+1 is obtained by playing the game throughthe infinity geometries above. The game is played by finding the intersectionbetween the vector elements ⃗ Ωθ ∃ and ∂ ⃗Xl and then using the boundary ∂∇⟨∂ ⃗Yθto find the intersection of Ψ and ψn+1. Finally, the ˆΓ∞ can be used to verify ifthe intersection is non-empty or not.Show iterations of playing the game "Quantum Game Theory and Infinity Geometries" \section{Global Game} General Case: $$\tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi\ \vee\ \Psi_{0 \to \delta} \Rightarrow \delta[\psi^{\mathcal{A}}]\cup\left(\psi_1\wedge \psi_2 \leftrightarrow \Psi_1 \Rightarrow \left( \xrightarrow{\Rightarrow \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi \cap \left\{ \bigcup_{\infty_{d=1}^{\infty} \psi_i} \psi_i \Rightarrow \delta\left[\psi^{\mathcal{A}}_{d \cdot \psi}\right] \right] \cup \left(\psi_1 \wedge \psi_2 \leftrightarrow \Psi_1 \RTimes \left({\Psi \downarrow}_{\mathcal{K}_{\mathbf{3}}} \cap\bigcup_{\emptyset =_1 y_{st_1} + y_{st_2} + \ldots + y_{st_l} \atop \exists (p',k) \in I_{y_{s2}l \overrightarrow{y}2}_{(p+\#I_{y_{s1}2,{(p,k)}},\ k-1)}} \left(I_\ind{y_{s1^d},p'_1,k+1}\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \vec{u}_i \wedge \vec{x}_{i+1} \right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=j}^{n+1} q_{\alpha_i}^{n_i-1} \right)\cap \displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \aleph_m \wedge \aleph_{\zeta^{\prime}}\left(\aleph_l,\ldots, \zeta_m\right)\left(\begin{array}{c} q^{3n_1+n_2+\ldots+n_t} \circ \aleph_k^2 \circ \\ \aleph_{n_1}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^N\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_2}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^{\infty}\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_3}( \bigoplus_{j=0}^{N_{n_3}}\alpha_j x^{2+j}) \\ \vdots \\ \aleph_{n_t}(q^{2^{t-1}}) \end{array}\right)\cap {\bigoplus}^{\infty}_{j=k}\aleph_{k+j} \wedge \aleph_j \left( \begin{array}{c} 2 \circ \\ 3 \circ \\ \vdots \\ 2^{n_j} \end{array}\right) \bigoplus_{j=1}^{{n}_{\gamma_p}}F\left(l,\bar{n},\bigoplus_{i=1}^t \bigoplus_{k=0}^{\alpha_k^k} n_k^{t_k} P_k ,n\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \cap\bigcup_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \right] \cap \mathcal{R}^Q \cap\left\{\psi_{n+1}\right\} \bigg] \neq \emptyset$$ $$\left\{\bigcup_{\emptyset =_1 y_{st_1} + y_{st_2} + \ldots + y_{st_l} \atop \exists (p',k) \in I_{y_{s2}l \overrightarrow{y}2}_{(p+\#I_{y_{s1}2,{(p,k)}},\ k-1)}} \left(I_\ind{y_{s1^d},p'_1,k+1}\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \vec{u}_i \wedge \vec{x}_{i+1} \right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=j}^{n+1} q_{\alpha_i}^{n_i-1} \right)\cap \displaystyle\bigoplus_{i=1}^l \aleph_m \wedge \aleph_{\zeta^{\prime}}\left(\aleph_l,\ldots, \zeta_m\right)\left(\begin{array}{c} q^{3n_1+n_2+\ldots+n_t} \circ \aleph_k^2 \circ \\ \aleph_{n_1}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^N\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_2}(\bigoplus_{j=1}^{\infty}\aleph_i) \circ \aleph_{n_3}( \bigoplus_{j=0}^{N_{n_3}}\alpha_j x^{2+j}) \\ \vdots \\ \aleph_{n_t}(q^{2^{t-1}}) \end{array}\right)\cap{\bigoplus}^{\infty}_{j=k}\aleph_{k+j} \wedge \aleph_j \left( \begin{array}{c} 2 \circ \\ 3 \circ \\ \vdots \\ 2^{n_j} \end{array}\right) \bigoplus_{j=1}^{{n}_{\gamma_p}}F\left(l,\bar{n},\bigoplus_{i=1}^t \bigoplus_{k=0}^{\alpha_k^k} n_k^{t_k} P_k ,n\right)\cap\displaystyle\bigoplus_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \cap\bigcup_{\Gamma = 0}^{1}\left[ \Gamma \cup \ \Delta \cup \dagger \Xi^{\mathfrak{V}}\Omega \right] \right]\bigcap\left\{\psi_{n+1}\right\}$$ $$\forall \Psi\in\mathcal{V}\ \forall \psi_n \in \Psi \ \forall\ \psi_{n+1} \in \mathcal{V}\left(\psi_n \in \Psi \wedge\ \psi_{n+1} \notin \Psi\right)\to\ \tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi\ \vee\ \Psi_{0 \to \delta}\right] \neq \emptyset$$ $...$ $$\tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi^{m} \Rightarrow \Psi^{m+1} \wedge \Psi^{m-1} \wedge \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \cup \Psi^{m+2} \vee \Psi^{m+1} \vee \Psi^{m-1} \vee \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \right] \neq \emptyset$$ $$\forall \Psi\in\mathcal{V}\ \forall \psi_n \in \Psi \ \forall\ \psi_{n+1} \in \mathcal{V}\left(\psi_n \in \Psi \wedge\ \psi_{n+1} \notin \Psi\right)\to\ \tau = \mathcal{F} \left[\Psi^{m} \Rightarrow \Psi^{m+1} \wedge \Psi^{m-1} \wedge \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \cup \Psi^{m+2} \vee \Psi^{m+1} \vee \Psi^{m-1} \vee \Psi^{m-2} \wedge \ldots \wedge \Psi^{m-m} \right] \neq \emptyset$$ \begin{displaymath} \tau \sim \mathcal{G}_Q \left( \Gamma, \Lambda, \left\{\varphi_i\right\}_{i=1}^{m_q}, \left\{\psi_j\right\}_{j=1}^{n_q}\right) = \left\{\gamma\vert \gamma \in \Gamma\wedge \forall \lambda \in \Lambda (\gamma \in \lambda\iff \left\{\forall i \in [n_m], i \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{M}}_{p_q[n_m]} \wedge \forall j \in [n_m], j \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{\Phi}}_{m_q[n_m]}$, with the pseudo-affinity $\varphi_i$ and then to a symmetric $j \in \overrightarrow{\mathbf{\Psi}}_{n_q[n_m]}$ \ $\varphi_i \wedge \dots \wedge \psi_j$ and the ever finalist symmetric $\Psi = \kappa_{\dot\mu}^{nu}$}, ends at the diagonal 1/2, that is Diode and Expressions should be to connect a gate tp the element $S$ and $\sum_{\phi_f = 1}^{\phi_f + 1}$, in our case within the complexity of logic setup, is equivalent to being in $k^{\alpha_l}$. In general, a directed graph can be generated from an arbitrary natural number $d_l$ and some set of numbers $\left\{\gamma_i^l = l\right\}$ such that \begin{itemize} \item $n^l,i,j\neq 0$, where $(\lambda_{\alpha(i_0)} := 1)$. \item $n^{j+1} = \begin{array}{c} (n_{i_l}-1)n_{i_l}\\ 0 \end{array}$ $$...$$

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    Authors: Kévin Roger; David Fiala;

    Programme des journées 2023 du cluster 6 Biblissima+ (3-4 octobre 2023, Bibliothèque musicale La Grange-Fleuret, Paris)

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    Authors: Blázquez Jiménez, Julia;

    El patrimonio cultural en las últimas décadas ha ido incorporando nuevas herramientas que facilitan su gestión, investigación y difusión. En este sentido, las nuevas tecnologías han supuesto un antes y un después en el mundo cultural permitiendo la “democratización de la cultura” ya que además, gracias a ellas se establece un vínculo entre los bienes culturales y las personas, desarrollando un sentimiento de identidad. Hoy en día, el uso de este tipo de tecnología en el campo patrimonial no resulta novedoso ya que su eficacia está más que probada; sin embargo, la forma en la que esta se emplea en ciertos proyectos sí puede llegar a serlo debido a los resultados que arroja y a la influencia que alcanza. Este es el caso de la ciudad castellanoleonesa de Ávila, cuyo proyecto SHCity (Smart Heritage City) ha destacado por ser pionero en varios aspectos como es el área de aplicación y la herramienta desarrollada. Un estudio en profundidad así como comparado del mismo, muestra el verdadero peso que este proyecto ha tenido en el ámbito cultural internacional debido a la forma de aplicación de tecnologías de información geográfica y comunicación para la gestión y difusión del patrimonio local.

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    Authors: Abbe, Daniel Pease;

    Many art historical discussions take a philosophical approach to photography, in which the medium becomes an ontological object. This dissertation proceeds instead from the subject of the photographer, understood in phenomenological terms. In particular, I take the photographs and critical essays of the Japanese photographer Nakahira Takuma (1938-2015) as a case study to ask how photographers are bodies in the world. Nakahira stands out for his significant contributions to the politicization of photographic theory and practice, largely during the 1970s. Yet he differs from other artist-critic figures working around the world at this time because he consistently staked his work on corporeal experience. Drawing on the events of 1968, mass media distribution of images, conceptual practices of photography, Mono-ha art theory and the political situation of Okinawa, Nakahira continuously worked over the question of how bodies relate to the world. Each chapter of this dissertation examines one group of Nakahira’s photographs, or one of his essays, to trace the development of his corporeal theory and practice. Chapter 1 introduces photographs that Nakahira published in the second issue of the magazine "Provoke," to show why he came to understand bodies in political terms around 1968. Chapter 2 considers the body of the photographer in relation to mass media, capital and state power, through a close reading of “The Illusion Called Document,” a 1972 essay that Nakahira wrote in dialogue with contemporary media theory. Chapter 3 positions Nakahira’s 1971 Paris installation "Circulation" within the context of conceptual art and photography. In contrast to such cool indexicality, this work developed the idea of the photographer as a body flowing through the world. Chapter 4 turns to Nakahira’s most well-known piece of writing, “Why an Illustrated Botanical Reference Book?” Drawing on phenomenology through the Mono-ha artist Lee Ufan, Nakahira situates the photographer in relation to the world through the embodied notion of “encounter.” Chapter 5 examines photographs that Nakahira took on the islands of Amami. The disorientations of photographic space in this series represent a critique at a sensorial level of the colonial relationship between “mainland” Japan and Okinawa.

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    Authors: Herrera, Joel Salvador;

    Drug trafficking represents a major sociopolitical concern across the developing world. In Latin America, organized crime groups have emerged as quasi-governmental authorities that exercise strict control over local economies and political institutions. Through a comparative-historical analysis of two Mexican states (Sinaloa and Michoac�n), this dissertation explains the origins of illicit drug markets, as well as social responses to contemporary dynamics of criminal rule. I argue that the expansion of the drug trade in the twentieth century stems from state building projects that attempted to modernize the countryside, and from the selective application of prohibitionist policies in drug-producing regions and trafficking centers. By the turn of the century, trafficking networks, commonly referred to as drug cartels, emerged as perpetrators of violence in the context of militarized state repression. In Sinaloa, its eponymous cartel initiated a series of armed conflicts in key border cities that gave it the semblance organizational coherence. Yet its horizontal structure made the network resilient in the face of internal schisms and leadership removals. In southern Michoac�n, criminal actors emerged as de facto local authorities, governing their communities through violence and exorbitant taxation. I argue that repressive criminal rule elicited an armed reaction from local elites who organized vigilante groups that reflected the region’s unequal agrarian social structures.

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    Authors: Park, Dong Huk S;

    Language is such a powerful representation for capturing the knowledge and information about our world. It excels at expressing discrete concepts such as objects and their attributes, the relationships between them in a very compact manner all due to its extremely high level of abstraction. Language is the primary means by which we communicate, comprehend, and express our thoughts and ideas, and it lies at the very core of human intelligence. With the advent of powerful generative models, machines also have begun to comprehend and generate natural language with notable fluency and creativity. However, they lack “grounding”—a direct tie to the visual world. Vision plays a pivotal role in our comprehension and production of language. When we describe a scene, understand instructions, or engage in a dialogue, visual contextsignificantly aids our interpretation and generation of language. This highlights the need for integrating vision for generative modeling. Chapter 1 and 2 delve into image-to-text domain, spotlighting the importance of a multimodal approach for text generation. In Chapter 1, we explore how generating textual rationales with attention visualizations can enhance model transparency for visual question answering. In Chapter 2, we build generative models that abandon traditional left-to-right sequencing in favor of an unsupervised technique to determine optimal generation orders. Chapter 3 and 4 shift the focus to text-to-image generation. In Chapter 3, we introduce a training-free framework that combines linguistic cues with reference images, allowing for controllable image synthesis using denoising diffusion probabilistic models. Lastly, Chapter 4 emphasizes the importance of preserving object shapes in text-based image editing, proposing a unique mechanism that augments text-to-image models to be more faithful to input masks and text prompts.

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