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LEGO products have become more complex

: Christoph Bartneck. Data curation: Christoph Bartneck, Elena Moltchanova. Formal analysis: Elena Moltchanova. Funding acquisition: Christoph Bartneck. Investigation: Christoph Bartneck. Methodology ... : Christoph Bartneck. Project administration: Christoph Bartneck. Visualization: Elena Moltchanova. Writing ± original draft: Christoph Bartneck, Elena Moltchanova. 10 / 11 1. Group TL. Fact sheet

Developing a framework for growth modelling in a managed southern black beech forest

, Lincoln 7640 , New Zealand. Elena Moltchanova: School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Canterbury , Christchurch , New Zealand. Mark Bloomberg: Senior Lecturer in Forestry Management, Department

Have LEGO Products Become More Violent?

Although television, computer games and the Internet play an important role in the lives of children they still also play with physical toys, such as dolls, cars and LEGO bricks. The LEGO company has become the world’s largest toy manufacturer. Our study investigates if the LEGO company’s products have become more violent over time. First, we analyzed the frequency of weapon...

Comparing the Similarity of Responses Received from Studies in Amazon’s Mechanical Turk to Studies Conducted Online and with Direct Recruitment

Computer and internet based questionnaires have become a standard tool in Human-Computer Interaction research and other related fields, such as psychology and sociology. Amazon’s Mechanical Turk (AMT) service is a new method of recruiting participants and conducting certain types of experiments. This study compares whether participants recruited through AMT give different...

Large-Scale Forest Modeling: Deducing Stand Density from Inventory Data

Inventory Data Oskar Franklin,1 Elena Moltchanova,1,2 Florian Kraxner,1 Rupert Seidl,3 Hannes Böttcher,1 Dimitry Rokityiansky,1 and Michael Obersteiner1 1IIASA International Institute for Applied Systems