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The study shows life experiences of the war in Sarajevo from the citizens' point of view, which is different from traditional media representations. The newly produced x-media report includes the investigation of analogue and digital media documents on Sarajevo's war as well as a translation of the analogue materials to the digital media for exhibitions or lectures.
Approaching each Lower Super Output Zone For each Lower Super Output Area - this cross-sectional research combined GIS derived data, socioeconomic, and survey results to see how mental stability varied with biodiversity per greenspace for people living in Wales. Using the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale, mental stability was assessed. According to this report, greenspace area, the total number of species, number of birds, and number of plant species all had positive statistically significant links with mental stability. In unadjusted or modified designs, there was no statistically significant correlation between the number of butterfly species per m2 greenspace and mental stability. Conclusion This report adds to the growing body of evidence proving the benefits of biodiverse environments on mental stability by nature connectedness. People who live in a LSOA with more plant species per m2 greenspace report improved mental stability, specifically. Plant species diversity may increase plant species richness, which may improve mental stability.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.23889/ijpds.v7i3.1996
From the practical use of encryption in untrusted environments, there is a huge demand for whitebox cryptography. The aim is to prevent the main extraction from the encryption scheme and minimize the program's code lifting. Bogdanov and Isobe introduced space-hard block ciphers as a specific model of whitebox block ciphers at CCS2015. It is made clear that the key extraction in the standard blackbox model is just as difficult as the key recovery. In this article, we discuss the introduction of a new attack scheme of space-hard block ciphers called hybrid code lifting. The ciphers are designed to provide protection against leakage of a size-bounded nature. Such a cipher does not always comply with the intention, if such attackers recover the encryption code of a space-hard block cipher. In Asiacrypt 2016, we also evaluated SPNboxes. We also analyzed SPNbox designs. In Asiacrypt 2016, we also analyzed SPNbox designs.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.46586/tosc.v2022.i3.368-402
Following the interaction of the factors, the distance between the rows and the distance between the plants per row was determined, a rise in the average number of branches in the case sown at 70 cm between the rows and 15 cm between the plants per row was discovered.
Civil society organisations are platforms for establishing and strengthening social links among participants. Ties are created as a result of participation in CSO convenings work, but convenings can be varied in terms of interaction. We provide a framework for gathering data at large to see how CSO convening spaces influence social interaction. The methodical social survey u2014 gathers comparable, quantitative results from several CSO convenings, according to the method. u2014systematic social investigation u2014. We explore two aspects of spatial ambiguity in CSO convenings, u2014footprint and permeability, as well as three measures of participant interaction for illustrative purposes, based on theories of spatial propinquity and configuration.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v10i3.5308
The importance of locating social media networks in spatial context has been highlighted in recent research. This report introduces an original methodology for mapping and reporting personal networks based on their geographical location and location of network members in key geographic regions. Using two examples of egocentric networks from France and Switzerland, we perform a factor and cluster analysis to determine the key geographical patterns of personal networks. As co-u2010constituted, we conclude by addressing the significance of this strategy for including geographic information into personal networks and rethinking networks and the geographical space.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v10i3.5381
To better understand how space, location, and social media networks interact and are co-u2010constituted, new research shows that situating social media networks in geographic contexts helps to better understand how time, place, and social media networks function and are co-u2010constituted. Despite this call, the mainstream literature in social media analysis pays little attention to geographic aspects of social media networks and stays largely disconnected from the vast body of research on spatial networks in geography and cognate fields. It includes a collection of research findings and contexts that investigate the connection between space and social networks in a variety of research fields and contexts.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.17645/si.v10i3.6186
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