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Jantunen, Tommi; Rousi, Rebekah; Rainò, Päivi; Turunen, Markku; Moeen Valipoor, Mohammad; García, Narciso (Helsingin yliopisto, 2021)This article discusses the prerequisites for the machine translation of sign languages. The topic is complex, including questions relating to technology, interaction design, linguistics and culture. At the moment, despite ...
Language ideologies in the Romanian Banat : analysis of interviews and academic writings among the Hungarians and Germans Laihonen, Petteri (University of Jyväskylä, 2009)This is an introduction to a compilation of six articles on language ideologies in the Romanian Banat. My dissertation was initiated by fieldwork in the area, resulting to a database of interviews among the Hungarian and ...
Burst analysis tool for developing neuronal networks exhibiting highly varying action potential dynamics Kapucu, Fikret E.; Tanskanen, Jarno M. A.; Mikkonen, Jarno; Ylä-Outinen, Laura; Narkilahti, Susanna; Hyttinen, Jari A. K. (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2012)In this paper we propose a firing statistics based neuronal network burst detection algorithm for neuronal networks exhibiting highly variable action potential dynamics. Electrical activity of neuronal networks is generally ...
German and Austrian occupant literature on the Sami in Norway and Lapland : “Harmless” minority, a resource, and well-off “reindeer kings” Nyyssönen, Jukka (Jyväskylän yliopisto, Historian ja etnologian laitoksen tutkijat ry., 2020)In previous research on the history of the Second World War in Finland and Norway, relations between the German and Austrian occupying forces and the Sami people have generally been considered to be good. The occupant ...
Patricia Tomaszek (2012)