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دانلود کتاب Digital Transformation and Global Society: 4th International Conference, DTGS 2019, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 19–21, 2019, Revised Selected Papers ... in Computer and Information Science)

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Digital Transformation and Global Society: 4th International Conference, DTGS 2019, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 19–21, 2019, Revised Selected Papers ... in Computer and Information Science)

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این جلد مجموعه مقالات داوری چهارمین کنفرانس بین‌المللی تحول دیجیتال و جامعه جهانی، DTGS 2019، در سن پترزبورگ، روسیه، در ژوئن 2019 برگزار شد.

56 مورد تجدید نظر شده کامل است. مقالات و 9 مقاله کوتاه ارائه شده در این جلد به دقت بررسی و از بین 194 مقاله ارسالی انتخاب شدند. مقالات در بخش‌های موضوعی در مورد سیاست الکترونیکی سازماندهی شده‌اند: حاکمیت؛ e-polity: سیاست آنلاین; شهر الکترونیک: شهرهای هوشمند و برنامه ریزی شهری اقتصاد الکترونیک: مصرف کنندگان و راه حل های آنلاین؛ جامعه الکترونیکی: علوم اجتماعی محاسباتی; جامعه الکترونیک: علوم انسانی و آموزش و پرورش; کارگاه بین المللی روانشناسی اینترنتی؛ کارگاه بین المللی زبان شناسی محاسباتی.


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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Transformation and Global Society, DTGS 2019, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in June 2019.

The 56 revised full papers and 9 short papers presented in the volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 194 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on ​e-polity: governance; e-polity: politics online; e-city: smart cities and urban planning; e-economy: online consumers and solutions; e-society: computational social science; e-society: humanities and education; international workshop on internet psychology; international workshop on computational linguistics.



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Preface
Organization
Contents
E-Polity: Governance
Fully Informed Classification Systems Simpler, Maybe Better
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Computational Model
		2.1 Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
	3 Case Study
	4 Conclusions and Future Work
	Acknowledgments
	References
Linking Remote Sensing Data, Municipal Statistics and Online Population Activity for Environmental Assessments in Urban Agglomerations
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Literature Review
	3 Theoretical Grounding and Methodology
	4 Empirical Analysis
		4.1 Models and Data
		4.2 Examples of Trends for Ecological-Economic Indicators
		4.3 Environment-Related Online Activity
		4.4 Loads on Specially Protected Natural Territories
	5 Discussion
	Acknowledgments
	References
Enhancing Public e-Service Delivery: Recognizing and Meeting User Needs of Youngsters in Estonia
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Overview of the e-Service Development
	3 Methodology
	4 User Needs of Youngsters in the e-Services Domain
	5 Increasing the Proactivity of e-Services
		5.1 Defining the Scope
		5.2 Ideation: Workshop
		5.3 Shaping the Solution
		5.4 Prototyping and Testing
		5.5 Summary of the Design Sprint
	6 Discussion
	7 Conclusion
	References
Government as a Platform: Critics of a Technocratic Culture of Public Governance in Digital Era
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 From Portal to Platform
	3 Russian E-Government Platforms
	4 Russian Idea of a State as a Platform
	5 Critics of Technocratic Approach to a State as a Platform
	6 Conclusion
	Funding
	References
Digitalization and Effective Government: What Is the Cause and What Is the Effect?
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Objective and Methodology
		2.1 Study Objective
		2.2 Methodology
	3 Key Results
		3.1 Correlation Between the Quality of Public Administration and Digitalization
		3.2 Quality of Public Administration and Government Digitalization: Causality Test
	4 Discussion of Findings and Conclusion
	5 Recommendations
	References
Processing and Analysis of Russian Strategic Planning Programs
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Works
		2.1 Processing E-Government Documents
		2.2 Processing Petitions
		2.3 Processing Documents in Russian
	3 Our Pipeline
		3.1 Raw Data Processing
		3.2 Strategic Planning Program Classification
		3.3 Goal and Criteria Extraction
		3.4 Goal and Criteria Vectorization
		3.5 Goal and Criteria Clustering
		3.6 Goal and Criteria Matching
		3.7 Municipal and Federal Matching
	4 Conclusions and Future Work
	References
Regulatory Sandboxes and Experimental Legislation as the Main Instruments of Regulation in the Digital Transformation
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Paper Objective, Literature, Methodology and Scope
	3 From Experimental Legislation to Regulatory Sandboxes
	4 Legal Framework of Regulatory Sandboxes in Russia and the EAEU
	5 Conclusions
	References
A Framework for Intelligent Policy Decision Making Based on a Government Data Hub
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Aims and Motivation
		1.2 Context
		1.3 Problem Statement
		1.4 Scope
	2 Methodology
		2.1 Overview
		2.2 The Automated Learning Model
	3 Literature Review
		3.1 Potential High-Level Benefits
		3.2 Data Quality
		3.3 Privacy Implications
		3.4 Policy Challenges
		3.5 Big Data in Government
	4 A Framework Adapted for e-Oman
		4.1 Introduction
		4.2 Research Design
		4.3 Data Design
		4.4 Data Analysis
		4.5 Feedback Loop
	5 Preliminary Validation
		5.1 Stakeholder Interviews
		5.2 Discussion
	6 Conclusions and Future Work
	Acknowledgements
	References
Information Technologies in G2C Communications: Cybersocial Trust Survey
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 State of the Art
	3 Research Design
		3.1 Research Methodology
		3.2 Data Collection
	4 Findings
		4.1 Trust in the Use of New Technologies
		4.2 Trust in the Use of New Technologies to Solve Urban Problems
		4.3 Trust in the Use of New Technologies to Participate in City Management
	5 Conclusions
	Acknowledgements
	References
Open Government and Quality of Governance: Does OGP Make Any Difference?
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Impacts of the Open Government Partnership: A Review
	3 Theoretical Framework: Policy Feedback
	4 Data and Methods
	5 Analysis
	6 Discussion
	7 Conclusion
	Acknowledgement
	References
E-Polity: Politics Online
Interaction of Authorities and Citizens: What Opportunities Does the Internet Provide (on the Example of the Yaroslavl Region)
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Internet Opportunities for Interaction of Authorities and Citizens
	3 Data and Methods
	4 Conditions for the Development of Internet Intersectoral Interaction in Yaroslavl Region
	5 The Internet Role in Intersector Interaction in Yaroslavl Region
	6 Discussion
	7 Conclusions
	Acknowledgment
	References
Political Dimension of Modern eSociety: The Case of “Gilets Jaunes” in France
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Frameworks and Methodology of Research
	3 Results of Research: Case of “Gilets Jaunes” Movement
		3.1 The Application of Collective Action Theory to the Statistics Analysis of “Gilets Jaunes” Political Activity in Social Networks
		3.2 Applying Political Statistics to Determine the Limits to Growth of “Gilets Jaunes”
		3.3 Application of Sociological Statistics to Determine the Limits to Growth of “Gilets Jaunes”
		3.4 Assessment of the Influence of External Factors on the Growth of “Gilets Jaunes”
	4 Conclusions
	References
Is Cross-Network Segregation a Factor of Political Behavior and Political Identification in the Russian Student Community?
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Background
	3 Methods
	4 Results
		4.1 The Factors Determining the Use of Web Services
		4.2 Online Services and Offline Communication
		4.3 The Socio-Demographic Context
		4.4 The Influence of Cross-Network Factors on Political Behavior
		4.5 The Influence of Cross-Network Factors on Political Identification
	5 Conclusion and Discussion
	Acknowledgments
	References
On the Typology of the Information Ethos
	Abstract
	1 Statement of the Problem
	2 Results
	3 Discussion
	4 Conclusion
	References
Digitalization of Diplomacy in Global Politics on the Example of 2019 Venezuelan Presidential Crisis
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Digitalization of Diplomacy in Global Politics
		2.1 Methodological Approaches to Digitalization of Diplomacy
	3 Sample and Method
		3.1 Data Collection
		3.2 Data Processing
	4 Results
		4.1 Digital Diplomacy of (Non)-Recognition
	5 Discussion and Conclusion
	References
E-City: Smart Cities and Urban Planning
Adaptation of Smart City Technologies in Saint Petersburg: A Survey
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 State of the Art
	3 Research Design
		3.1 Smart City Development in Saint Petersburg
		3.2 Research Methodology
	4 Findings
		4.1 Readiness to Use New Technologies
		4.2 The Level of Perception of the «Smart City» Concept
		4.3 Citizens’ Willingness to Participate in Urban Governance
	5 Discussion
	6 Conclusions
	Acknowledgements
	References
Conceptual Big Data Processing Model for the Tasks of Smart Cities Environmental Monitoring
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Works
	3 Big Data Processing Analysis in the Tasks of Environmental Monitoring
	4 Conceptual Big Data Processing Model
	5 Conclusions
	Acknowledgment
	References
Comparing PPGIS and LBSN Data to Measure Emotional Perception of the City
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Online User-Generated Data in Analysis of Subjective Perception of the City
	3 Public Participation GIS Platforms in Study of Subjective Perception of the City Space
	4 Dataset and Method
	5 Results
	6 Discussion
	References
Study on Interoperability of Urban Information Systems: The Case of Smart 	St. Petersburg
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Challenges of Urban Information Technologies
		2.1 Evaluation Models for Systems Interoperability
		2.2 Determination of the Optimal Variant to Urban Systems Interoperability Assessment
	3 St. Petersburg IT Infrastructure Today
		3.1 The Structure of Urban Interacting Elements
		3.2 Interoperability Research and Comparison of 3 Key Systems 	in St. Petersburg IT Infrastructure
	4 The Proposed Methodology for Urban Systems Interoperability
	5 Conclusion
	References
Neural Network Forecasting of Traffic Congestion
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Problem Statement
	3 The “Yandex.Probki” Service
	4 The Features of Used RNN
	5 Neural Network Forecasting Method of Traffic Congestions
	6 Forecasting Execution and Results
	7 Conclusions
	References
E-Economy: Online Consumers and Solutions
Personality and E-shopping: Insights from a Nationally Representative Study
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Grounding: The Five-Factor Model of Personality
	3 Literature Review and Construction of Hypotheses
	4 Methodology
		4.1 Sample and Procedure
		4.2 Measurement Variables
		4.3 Ethical Considerations
	5 Empirical Analysis
		5.1 Descriptive Statistics
		5.2 Statistical Analyses
	6 Discussion
		6.1 Discussion of the Empirical Findings
		6.2 Discussion of the Methodology
	7 Conclusion
	References
Consumer Loyalty Factors in the Russian E-Commerce Market
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Framework
		2.1 Consumer Loyalty in the E-Commerce Market
		2.2 Consumer Loyalty Factors
	3 Results of an Empirical Research
		3.1 Methodology
		3.2 Factor Analysis Results
		3.3 Cluster Analysis Results
	4 Conclusion
	Acknowledgment
	References
Towards an Integrative Framework of Consumers’ Digital Competences
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Background
		2.1 General Digital Competences
		2.2 Consumers’ Digital Competences
	3 Methodology
	4 Results of Analysis
		4.1 Comparative Analysis of Consumers’ Digital Competence Frameworks
		4.2 An Integrative Framework of Consumers’ Digital Competences
	5 Discussion
	6 Conclusion
	Acknowledgement
	References
Digital Economy: Unemployment Risks and New Opportunities
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Digitalization and Labor Market
	3 Government Investments in Continuous Education
	4 Roadmap to Continuous Digital Literacy
	5 Conclusion
	References
Specifying the Design for Customer Learning in the Mixed Reality Experience
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Customer’s Virtual Experience and Learning
	3 Research Framework and Hypotheses
	4 Data and Method
	5 Results
	6 Discussion and Conclusions
	References
Impact of Socio-Cultural Factors onto the National Technology Development
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Background
		2.1 Literature Review
		2.2 Technology Development and its Indicators
		2.3 Socio-Cultural Factors
		2.4 Hofstede’s Indices as a Mediator
	3 Research Design
		3.1 A Conceptual Model and Hypotheses’ Elaboration
		3.2 Research Methodology
		3.3 Evaluation of the Designed Structural Model and the Interpretation of Results
	4 Discussion
	5 Conclusion
	References
Prospects of Blockchain-Based Information Systems for the Protection of Intellectual Property
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Review of Best Practices
	3 Advantages of Blockchain Technologies in the Protection of IP Objects
	4 Problems of Using Blockchain Technologies in the Protection of Intellectual Property
	5 The Role of Permission Blockchains in Building IP Registries
	6 Conclusions and Perspectives
	References
Digital Business Models Transforming Support Services for Living Longer at Home
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Literature/Background Review
	3 Theoretical Grounding and Methodology
		3.1 Case Selection
		3.2 Data Collection
		3.3 Analytic Framework
	4 Empirical Investigations: Living Longer at Home Case
	5 Results and Discussion
	References
Intelligent Data Analysis and Predictive Models for Regional Labor Markets
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Methods and Tools
		2.1 Statistical Data on the People’s Working Activities
		2.2 Software for Labor Market Online Data Collection and Intelligent Analysis
	3 Results and Discussion
		3.1 Structuring the Data by Industry Sectors
		3.2 The Time Series Analysis
	4 Conclusions
	Acknowledgement
	References
E-Society: Computational Social Science
Using Deep Learning to Predict User Behavior in the Online Discussion
	1 Introduction
	2 Problem Definition
	3 Literature Overview
	4 Dataset
	5 Neural Network Architectures
	6 Computational Experiment
	7 Conclusion
	References
Analysis of the Dissemination of Information Through Telegram. The Case of Language Conflict in Tatarstan
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Literature on Developments in Media-Space
	3 Methods and Data Analysis of News peg Coverage in the Telegram
		3.1 Data Collection of the Telegram Data
		3.2 Data Analysis and Research Algorithm
	4 Development of Informational Events in Telegram and Mass Media
		4.1 Dynamics and Interrelation of Informational Events Coverage in the Telegram and Media
		4.2 Network Structure of Information Dissemination in Telegram
		4.3 Network Structure of Information Dissemination in the Media
	5 Conclusion and Future Work
	Acknowledgements
	References
Two Views on the 2010 Moscow Metro Bombings: Corpus-Based Contrastive Keyword Analysis
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Corpus-Based Analysis of Extremist Texts
	3 Data and Methodology
		3.1 Datasets
		3.2 Methods
	4 Results and Discussion
		4.1 Keywords in Extremist Corpus
		4.2 Keywords in Comment Corpus
	5 Conclusions
	Acknowledgment
	References
Development of a Prognostic Model of the User’s Information Image Using Automated Tools for Processing Data from Social Networks
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Participants
	2 Data and Method
	3 Information Extraction by Automated Methods
	4 Discussion
	5 Conclusion
	References
Toxic Communication on Twitch.tv. Effect of a Streamer
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Twitch.tv
		1.2 Twitch.tv Related Studies
		1.3 Communication and Concept of `Toxicity\'
	2 Data and Method
	3 Analysis and Results
	4 Conclusion
	References
Digital Footprint of Cultural Events: The Case of Museum Night in Russia
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Data and Methodology
	3 Results
		3.1 Post Analysis
		3.2 On-Line Audience of Cultural Institutions
	4 Conclusion
	5 Limitations
	Acknowledgements
	References
Dr. Paper: Find Your Personal Max Planck
	1 Introduction
	2 Methods
		2.1 Arxiv.org
		2.2 PubMed
		2.3 ACM Digital Library
		2.4 Openbooks Dataset
		2.5 Teachers Dataset
	3 Results
		3.1 Comparison of Data Sources
		3.2 Authors Map
		3.3 WordCloud and LDA Analysis
	4 Conclusions
	References
Semantic Network Analysis of Ingroup and Outgroup Representations in Radical Social Movement Discourse. The Case of Russian Lesbian-Feminist Movement
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Semantic Network Analysis in the Studies of the Internet Data
	3 Methods and Data Analysis of the Russian Lesbian-Feminists Discourse
		3.1 Collection Procedure of Habitual and Internet Discourses
		3.2 Data Analysis of Habitual and Internet Discourses
	4 Similarities and Differences in Semantic Networks of Ingroup and Outgroup Image Construction in Russian Lesbian Feminist Discourse
		4.1 General Categories Usage Comparison
		4.2 Visualization of the “Ingroup” and “Outgroup” Representations
		4.3 Top Nodes Centralities and Ranks in Discourse Analysis
	5 Conclusion and Future Work
	References
Analysis of Newcomers Activity in Communicative Posts on GitHub
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Work
		2.1 GitHub—a Platform for Social Coding
		2.2 Sentiment Analysis in Software Engineering and GitHub
		2.3 Newcomers
	3 Data and Methods
		3.1 Data
		3.2 Methods
	4 Results
	5 Conclusion
	6 Further Work
	References
An Approach to Automation of User’s Profile Analysis
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Methods and Data
	3 Classification Results
	4 Further Studies
	References
E-Society: Humanities and Education
The Use of Machine Translation System for Component Development of Adaptive Computer System for Individual Testing of Students’ Knowledge
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 The Characteristics of Main Types of Machine Translation Systems
	3 The Use of Hybrid Machine Translation System at Realization of Adaptive Computer System of Testing of Students’ Knowledge
	4 Conclusion and Further Research
	References
Using Virtual Reality Technology for Studying Physics
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Works in the Field of Development and Introduction of Computer Learning Systems Based on the Virtual Reality
	3 Software Support of the Project
	4 Results
	5 Conclusion
	Acknowledgments
	References
The Development and Implementation of M-Glossary in the System of Content and Language Integrated Learning
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 When CLIL Meets M-Learning
		2.1 CLIL: Origins and Basics
		2.2 M-Learning: Shifting the Borderlines of Higher Education
	3 Methods and Procedures
		3.1 Participants
		3.2 Procedure
	4 Results
	5 Conclusion
	References
Virtual Reality as a Recovering Environment - Implications for Design Principles
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Literature: Attention, Fatigue and Restoration
	3 Data and Methods
	4 Results
	5 Discussion
	Acknowledgements
	References
LMS Moodle Interactive Exercises Sequence for Developing Linguistic Competence
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Motivation
	3 Literature Overview
	4 Methods and Procedure
	5 Data Analysis
	6 Results
	Appendix
	References
Bridging the Digital Gap in Academic Writing and Information Management: The Case of Humanities Students
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Literature Review
	3 Methods
	4 Results
	5 Discussion
		5.1 General Observations: Computer Literacy and Digital Practices
		5.2 Note-Taking vs Highlighting: Active and Passive Reading
		5.3 Digital Tools or Lack of Them
		5.4 How Much Note-Taking Guidance?
		5.5 Writing Myths and Preconceptions
	6 Conclusions
	References
Selection Methods for Geodata Visualization of Metadata Extracted from Unstructured Digital Data for Scientific Heritage Studies
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Related Works and Literature Review
	3 Methods and Approaches
	4 Information Extraction from Metadata of Scientific Publications and Its Preliminary Interpretation
	5 Investigation into the Mechanisms of Dynamic Clusterization of Geodata Markers
	6 Spatial Localization of Geodata and Dataset Establishing
	7 Establishing of a Map in the Mapbox
	8 Establishing the Dynamic Clusterization
	9 Conclusions
	References
News Consumption Among Russian-Speaking Immigrants in Israel from 2006 to 2018
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Theoretical Framework
		2.1 Transformation of News Consumption in the Age of Digitalization
		2.2 Media Consumption Among Migrants
	3 Data Sample
	4 Findings
	5 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	References
Using the Subtask Methodology in Student Training for Demonstration Examination in “Web Design and Development” Skill
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 WorldSkills Standards Application in the Final State Assessment
	3 The Methodology Description
	4 Skill Training Model
	5 Subtasks Generation
	6 Information System to Train for the WorldSkills Russia Demonstration Exam
	7 Conclusion
	References
The Influence of the Author’s Background on the Representation of Gender Stereotypes in Soviet Children’s Literature
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Methodology
		2.1 Sample
		2.2 Procedure
	3 Results
	4 Conclusion
	References
International Workshop on Internet Psychology
Exposition to Advertising Messages on Digital Media
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Information/Surveillance
	3 Mood Management
	4 Personal Integration
	5 Discussion and Conclusions
	References
YouTube Generated: Mobile Devices Usage in Primary School Children
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Digital Technologies and Children’s Lives
	3 Method
		3.1 Participants
		3.2 Measures
			3.2.1 Engagement in MDU
			3.2.2 Daily Activities and Routines
		3.3 Procedures
		3.4 Data Analysis
	4 Results
	5 Discussion
	6 Conclusion
	References
Developing the Way of Thinking in Pre-school Children in the Conditions of Computer Games
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Stages and Methods of Research
	3 Results
	4 Discussion
	References
Attitudes Towards Alternative Identities in Social Networking Sites
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Identities Online and Offline: A Review of Literature
		2.1 How “Identity” Can Be Observed Online
		2.2 Lies Online: The Cases and Diversity
		2.3 Social Networking Services as Platforms for Transformation of Identities
	3 Study of Attitudes Towards Alternative Identities
		3.1 Methodology
		3.2 Results
	4 Discussion and Conclusions
	References
Cyber-aggression and Problematic Behavior in Adolescence: Is There Connection?
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Cyber-aggression and Problematic Behavior of Adolescents
		2.1 Aggression and Cyber-aggression in Adolescence: General and Specific Characteristics
		2.2 Typology of Cyber-aggression
		2.3 Problem Behavior of Adolescents as a Determinant of Cyber-aggression
	3 The Present Study
		3.1 Participants and Procedures
		3.2 Measures
			3.2.1 Tendency to Cyber-aggression and Leading Motives
			3.2.2 Assessment of Problematic Behavior
			3.2.3 Assessment of Coping Behavior
			3.2.4 Assessment of the Adolescents’ Involvement in Internet Communication
		3.3 Data Analysis
	4 Results
	5 Discussion
	6 Conclusion
	References
Implicit Concepts of the Psychological Effects of Video Games Among Young Adult Students
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Excessive Videogames Playing: Risks and Opportunities
	3 Studies of Users’ Implicit Concepts About Video Games
	4 Research Questions
	5 Methods
		5.1 Participants
		5.2 Measures
			5.2.1 Demographic Information
			5.2.2 Exposure to Computer Games
			5.2.3 Preferred Games
			5.2.4 Stages in the Construction of a Subjective Semantic Space for Computer Games
		5.3 Data Analysis
	6 Results
		6.1 The Factorial Structure of the Semantic Space
		6.2 Differences in the Implicit Concepts of the Effects of Video Games
	7 Discussion
		7.1 Findings
		7.2 Study Limitations and Directions for Future Research
	8 Conclusion
	References
Proud and Productive Procrastination?
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Literature Review and Hypotheses
		2.1 Procrastination
		2.2 Impact of Procrastination
		2.3 Twitter as a Platform for Self-representation and Self-disclosure
		2.4 Functional Genre Theory and Its Application on Tweets Categorization
		2.5 Structured Procrastination and Irony
	3 Methods
		3.1 Content Analysis
	4 Results
	5 Discussion
		5.1 Personal Experiences
		5.2 URLs: Service or Product Promotion
		5.3 Limitations and Future Direction
		5.4 Conclusion
	References
The Essential Role of Innovative Technologies in Assessment and Rehabilitation Settings
	Abstract
	1 Introduction: The Impact of Technology on Healthcare Practices
	2 Using Technology for Evaluation and Assessment
	3 Modern Technology in Rehabilitation Practices
	4 Study
	5 Neuropsychological Assessment
	6 Rehabilitation Program
	7 Results
	8 Conclusion
	References
International Workshop on Computational Linguistics
Russian-Tatar Sociopolitical Thesaurus: Basic Structural Correspondences Between the Languages
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Vocabulary Domain Selection: Sociopolitical Sphere
	3 Principles of Designing and Methodology of Compiling the Russian-Tatar Thesaurus
	4 Basic Structural Correspondences in the Thesaurus
	5 Current State of the Russian-Tatar Sociopolitical Thesaurus: Quantitative Assessment
	6 Conclusion
	References
Quantitative Analysis of Frequency Dynamics of Synonymic Dominants
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Method and Results
	3 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	Appendix. The List of Synonymic Sets
	References
Automatic Mining of Cause-Effect Discourse Connectives for Russian
	1 Introduction
	2 Background and Related Work
	3 Dataset
	4 Experiments
	5 Conclusions and Discussion
	References
Analytical Distribution Model for Syntactic Variables Average Values in Russian Literary Texts
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Lyapunov’s Central Limit Theorem in the Context of Linguistic and Statistic Distributions
	3 Building a Hausstein Function Based on Experimental Data
	4 Distribution of Writers by Other Syntactic Variables
	5 Conclusion
	Acknowledgements
	References
A Cross-Genre Morphological Tagging and Lemmatization of the Russian Poetry: Distinctive Test Sets and Evaluation
	1 Introduction
	2 Distinctive Test Sets
	3 Taggers
	4 Experimental Setup
	5 POS-tagging
	6 Lemmatization
	7 Conclusions
	References
Assessment of the Dynamics of Publication Activity in the Field of Natural Language Processing and Deep Learning
	Abstract
	1 Introduction
	2 Analyzed NLP and DL Research Areas
	3 Research Methodology
	4 Results
	5 Conclusion
	Acknowledgments
	References
Russian Text Vectorization: An Approach Based on SRSTI Classifier
	1 Introduction
	2 Basis Selection
	3 Data Collection and Preparation
	4 Text Vectorization Algorithm
		4.1 Keywords Selection
		4.2 Text Vector Calculation
		4.3 Vector Comparison
	5 Results
	6 Vector Space Improvement
	7 Conclusion and Future Work
	References
Quantum–Inspired Measure of Behavioral Semantics
	1 Introduction
		1.1 Quantum-Like Contextuality
		1.2 Bell\'s Inequality
	2 Bell\'s Inequality in Human Cognition
		2.1 Semantics of Concept Combinations
		2.2 Internet as a Cognitive System
		2.3 Deliberate Design of Semantics
		2.4 Outlook
	3 Bell Parameter as a Measure of Behavioral Semantics
		3.1 Conception
		3.2 Experiment
		3.3 Results
	4 Discussion
	References
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