• Holzer, I. D.. ((2019). Vector synthesis: a media archaeological investigation into sound-modulated light.). Master Thesis, Aalto University.

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    Vector Synthesis is a computational art project inspired by theories of media archaeology, by the history of computer and video art, and by the use of discarded and obsolete technologies such as the Cathode Ray Tube monitor. This text explores the military and techno-scientific legacies at the birth of modern computing, and charts attempts by artists of the subsequent two decades to decouple these tools from their destructive origins. Using this history as a basis, the author then describes a media archaeological, real time performance system using audio synthesis and vector graphics display techniques to investigate direct, synesthetic relationships between sound and image. Key to this system, realized in the Pure Data programming environment, is a didactic, open source approach which encourages reuse and modification by other artists within the experimental audiovisual arts community.

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  • Crawford, K.. (2021). The Atlas of AI Yale University Press.

    [BibTeX]

    @book{crawford2021atlas,
    title={The Atlas of AI},
    author={Crawford, Kate},
    year={2021},
    publisher={Yale University Press}
    }
  • Nakamura, L.. (2014). Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture. American Quarterly, 66(4), 919–941.

    Project MUSE – Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture

    doi:10.1353/aq.2014.0070
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    author = {Nakamura, Lisa},
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    number = 4,
    pages = {919--941},
    publisher = {Project Muse},
    timestamp = {2021-08-03T11:48:12.000+0200},
    title = {Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of Early Electronic Manufacture},
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  • Haslam, J.. (2014). Illustrations of Madness (Psychology Revivals) Routledge.

    Illustrations of Madness (Psychology Revivals) | Taylor & Francis Group

    doi:10.4324/9781315883977
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    description = {Illustrations of Madness (Psychology Revivals) | Taylor & Francis Group},
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    title = {Illustrations of Madness (Psychology Revivals)},
    url = {https://doi.org/10.4324%2F9781315883977},
    year = 2014
    }
  • Ebashi, S., Endo, M., & Ohtsuki, I.. (1969). Control of muscle contraction. , 2(4), 351-384–.

    Control of muscle contraction | Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics | Cambridge Core

    doi:DOI: 10.1017/S0033583500001190
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    As is well known, the memorable discovery of Galvani (1791) was followed by the development of two new fields of science, electrochemistry and electrophysiology. During the course of this development, the most remarkable feature of the original finding, i.e. ‘contraction of muscle induced by a piece of metal’, gradually came to be ignored. As a consequence, the simple question as to how electrical stimulation might induce muscle contraction was left unanswered until the middle of this century, when several physiologists became aware of the crucial nature of the problem and tried to attack it from various directions. This resulted in a marked progress of physiological and morphological studies which were intentionally or unintentionally concerned with the mechanism of the link between excitation, that is the electrical phenomenon at the surface membrane, and the contractile process.

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  • Barma, S., Kuan, T., Wu, J., Tseng, S., & Wang, J.. (2013). A review on heart sound modeling: Fluid dynamics and signal processing perspective. Paper presented at the 2013 1st International Conference on Orange Technologies (ICOT).

    A review on heart sound modeling: Fluid dynamics and signal processing perspective | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore

    doi:10.1109/ICOT.2013.6521192
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    Heart sounds are generated by the several mechanical movements, such as the heart valve leaflets, the blood flow in vessels etc., that can provide the useful information to understand the cardiovascular system in details. Auscultation (PCG) is a non-invasive, low cost and easily repeatable technique to observe the entire system behavior at a glance. Several works have been investigated to model the sounds from different aspects, including the signal processing, the fluid mechanic and the equivalent electrical analogy. However, all the works gave the limitations. Most of the signal processing literatures that are addressed the heuristic decision-based approach; on the other hand, the fluid mechanic-based works discussed the behavior of overall or particular part of the cardiovascular system. Besides, the acoustic signals from heart can be modeled with the help of behavior through the source generation. In this study, several modeling works of heart sound are inspected and categorized according to the literatures, thereafter the advantages and the limitations are discussed. An overall research direction will be conducted to combine the fluid mechanic, the acoustics and the signal processing in the study.

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  • McSharry, P. E., Clifford, G. D., Tarassenko, L., & Smith, L. A.. (2003). A dynamical model for generating synthetic electrocardiogram signals. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 50(3), 289-294.

    A dynamical model for generating synthetic electrocardiogram signals | IEEE Journals & Magazine | IEEE Xplore

    doi:10.1109/TBME.2003.808805
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    A dynamical model based on three coupled ordinary differential equations is introduced which is capable of generating realistic synthetic electrocardiogram (ECG) signals. The operator can specify the mean and standard deviation of the heart rate, the morphology of the PQRST cycle, and the power spectrum of the RR tachogram. In particular, both respiratory sinus arrhythmia at the high frequencies (HFs) and Mayer waves at the low frequencies (LFs) together with the LF/HF ratio are incorporated in the model. Much of the beat-to-beat variation in morphology and timing of the human ECG, including QT dispersion and R-peak amplitude modulation are shown to result. This model may be employed to assess biomedical signal processing techniques which are used to compute clinical statistics from the ECG.

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  • Reppel, M., Pillekamp, F., Brockmeier, K., Matzkies, M., Bekcioglu, A., Lipke, T., Nguemo, F., Bonnemeier, H., & Hescheler, J.. (2005). The electrocardiogram of human embryonic stem cell–derived cardiomyocytes. Journal of Electrocardiology, 38(4, Supplement), 166-170.

    The electrocardiogram of human embryonic stem cell–derived cardiomyocytes – ScienceDirect

    doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2005.06.029
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    Microelectrode arrays enable to map extracellular field potentials of excitable organs (eg, cardiac tissue) in an electrocardiogram-like manner: They allow to detect (a) rhythmicity, (b) the origin and route of excitation, (c) repolarization, and (d) conduction in heart tissue in short- and long-term experimental approaches. Using it as a screening tool for potential side effects of drugs, we here provide evidence for d-sotalol–induced delayed repolarization in human embryonic stem (hES) cell–derived cardiomyocytes. Thus, the combination of the microelectrode array system with cardiac clusters derived from hES cells heralds a paradigm shift toward improved pharmaceutical drug safety. However, the mixture of various cell types in hES cell cardiac clusters (eg, atrial, immature and mature ventricular cardiomyocytes) indicates the strong need for improved selectivity of cardiac differentiation protocols using hES cells.

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  • Navarrete, E. G., Liang, P., Lan, F., Sanchez-Freire, V., Simmons, C., Gong, T., Sharma, A., Burridge, P. W., Patlolla, B., Lee, A. S., Wu, H., Beygui, R. E., Wu, S. M., Robbins, R. C., Bers, D. M., & Wu, J. C.. (2013). Screening Drug-Induced Arrhythmia Using Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell–Derived Cardiomyocytes and Low-Impedance Microelectrode Arrays. Circulation, 128(11{_}suppl{_}1).

    Screening Drug-Induced Arrhythmia Using Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell–Derived Cardiomyocytes and Low-Impedance Microelectrode Arrays | Circulation

    doi:10.1161/circulationaha.112.000570
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    author = {Navarrete, Enrique G. and Liang, Ping and Lan, Feng and Sanchez-Freire, Ver{\'{o}}nica and Simmons, Chelsey and Gong, Tingyu and Sharma, Arun and Burridge, Paul W. and Patlolla, Bhagat and Lee, Andrew S. and Wu, Haodi and Beygui, Ramin E. and Wu, Sean M. and Robbins, Robert C. and Bers, Donald M. and Wu, Joseph C.},
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  • Baudrillard, J., & Valentin, M.. (2002). L’Esprit du Terrorisme. The South Atlantic Quarterly, 101(2), 403-415.

    Project MUSE – L’Esprit du Terrorisme

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    author = {Baudrillard, Jean and Valentin, Michel},
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    publisher = {Duke University Press},
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    title = {L'Esprit du Terrorisme},
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    url = {https://muse.jhu.edu/article/30752},
    volume = 101,
    year = 2002
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  • Domínguez, A.. (2016). Highlights in the History of the Fourier Transform [Retrospectroscope]. IEEE Pulse, 7(1), 53-61.

    Highlights in the History of the Fourier Transform [Retrospectroscope] | IEEE Journals & Magazine | IEEE Xplore

    doi:10.1109/MPUL.2015.2498500
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    Discusses the creation of the Fourier Transform and presents an historical look at its creator, Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier.

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    author = {Domínguez, Alejandro},
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    volume = 7,
    year = 2016
    }
  • Lavin, M. J.. (2019). Analyzing Documents with TF-IDF. [misc].

    Analyzing Documents with TF-IDF | Programming Historian

    [BibTeX] [Download PDF]

    @misc{lavinanalyzing,
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    author = {Lavin, Matthew J.},
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    title = {Analyzing Documents with TF-IDF},
    type = {misc},
    url = {https://programminghistorian.org/en/lessons/analyzing-documents-with-tfidf},
    year = 2019
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  • {Tiam Kapen}, P., Youssoufa, M., {Kouam Kouam}, S. U., Foutse, M., Tchamda, A. R., & Tchuen, G.. (2020). Phonocardiogram: A robust algorithm for generating synthetic signals and comparison with real life ones. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, 60, 101983.

    Phonocardiogram: A robust algorithm for generating synthetic signals and comparison with real life ones – ScienceDirect

    doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bspc.2020.101983
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    The work presented in this paper aims to develop and implement a robust algorithm for generating synthetic phonocardiogram (PCG) signals based on characteristics obtained from real life signals. The purpose of this work is to identify a few set of parameters that can be linked to the physiological state of the heart. The mathematical model used in the synthesis of the signal was based on three coupled ordinary differential equations (ODE) proposed by Jabloun et al. (2013). The amplitude, S2S1 duration, and heart rate of the real life PCG signals were extracted and used in the synthesis of the signals. The real life PCG signals were obtained from the MITHSDB and AADHSDB databases from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Aalborg University respectively. The signals were preprocessed using a second order Butterworth low pass filter of cutoff frequency of 500 Hz to obtain cleaner versions. The system of equations was numerically solved with the fourth-order Runge-Kutta method. These synthetic PCG signals were then compared with the real life PCG signals. The time domain correlations between the two sets of signals showed a good agreement between the two with values above 0.8 for all tested cases. The percentage differences in heart rate (beats per minutes), amplitude and S2S1 durations between the real life and synthesized PCG signals also showed a close match with percentage values as small as 1.61%, 2.27% and 4.51% for heart rate, amplitude and S2S1 duration respectively.

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    title = {Phonocardiogram: A robust algorithm for generating synthetic signals and comparison with real life ones},
    url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1746809420301397},
    volume = 60,
    year = 2020
    }
  • Chen, Y., Sun, Y., Lv, J., Jia, B., & Huang, X.. (2021). End-to-end heart sound segmentation using deep convolutional recurrent network. Complex & Intelligent Systems.

    End-to-end heart sound segmentation using deep convolutional recurrent network | SpringerLink

    doi:10.1007/s40747-021-00325-w
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    Heart sound segmentation (HSS) aims to detect the four stages (first sound, systole, second heart sound and diastole) from a heart cycle in a phonocardiogram (PCG), which is an essential step in automatic auscultation analysis. Traditional HSS methods need to manually extract the features before dealing with HSS tasks. These artificial features highly rely on extraction algorithms, which often result in poor performance due to the different operating environments. In addition, the high-dimension and frequency characteristics of audio also challenge the traditional methods in effectively addressing HSS tasks. This paper presents a novel end-to-end method based on convolutional long short-term memory (CLSTM), which directly uses audio recording as input to address HSS tasks. Particularly, the convolutional layers are designed to extract the meaningful features and perform the downsampling, and the LSTM layers are developed to conduct the sequence recognition. Both components collectively improve the robustness and adaptability in processing the HSS tasks. Furthermore, the proposed CLSTM algorithm is easily extended to other complex heart sound annotation tasks, as it does not need to extract the characteristics of corresponding tasks in advance. In addition, the proposed algorithm can also be regarded as a powerful feature extraction tool, which can be integrated into the existing models for HSS. Experimental results on real-world PCG datasets, through comparisons to peer competitors, demonstrate the outstanding performance of the proposed algorithm.

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  • Hofbauer, P., Jahnel, S. M., Papai, N., Giesshammer, M., Deyett, A., Schmidt, C., Penc, M., Tavernini, K., Grdseloff, N., Meledeth, C., Ginistrelli, L. C., Ctortecka, C., Šalic, Š., Novatchkova, M., & Mendjan, S.. (2021). Cardioids reveal self-organizing principles of human cardiogenesis. Cell, 184(12), 3299-3317.e22.

    Cardioids reveal self-organizing principles of human cardiogenesis – ScienceDirect

    doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2021.04.034
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    Summary Organoids capable of forming tissue-like structures have transformed our ability to model human development and disease. With the notable exception of the human heart, lineage-specific self-organizing organoids have been reported for all major organs. Here, we established self-organizing cardioids from human pluripotent stem cells that intrinsically specify, pattern, and morph into chamber-like structures containing a cavity. Cardioid complexity can be controlled by signaling that instructs the separation of cardiomyocyte and endothelial layers and by directing epicardial spreading, inward migration, and differentiation. We find that cavity morphogenesis is governed by a mesodermal WNT-BMP signaling axis and requires its target HAND1, a transcription factor linked to developmental heart chamber defects. Upon cryoinjury, cardioids initiated a cell-type-dependent accumulation of extracellular matrix, an early hallmark of both regeneration and heart disease. Thus, human cardioids represent a powerful platform to mechanistically dissect self-organization, congenital heart defects and serve as a foundation for future translational research.

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  • Huebsch, N., Loskill, P., Mandegar, M. A., Marks, N. C., Sheehan, A. S., Ma, Z., Mathur, A., Nguyen, T. N., Yoo, J. C., Judge, L. M., Spencer, I. C., Chukka, A. C., Russell, C. R., So, P., Conklin, B. R., & Healy, K. E.. (2015). Automated Video-Based Analysis of Contractility and Calcium Flux in Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes Cultured over Different Spatial Scales. Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods, 21(5), 467–479.

    Automated Video-Based Analysis of Contractility and Calcium Flux in Human-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes Cultured over Different Spatial Scales | Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods

    doi:10.1089/ten.tec.2014.0283
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  • Stark, H., & Laurie, T.. (2019). Deleuze and Transfeminism. .

    OPUS at UTS: Deleuze and Transfeminism – Open Publications of UTS Scholars

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    In a variety of otherwise disparate social and cultural contexts, the figure of the transitioning body has been taken up not simply as the moniker for groups with specific political demands, but as a "fuzzy" sign invested with broad collective hopes for world historical transformations around the categories of sex and gender. As an umbrella term, transgender has been used to group people together "across fine gradations of trans experience and identity;’ in ways that "build the experienced reality of a shared community, with overlapping and intersectional social needs and political goals" (Williams 2014: 234). In stressing departure rather than arrival, Julian Carter evokes a notion of transition which is non-teleological, in which "transition" instead is understood as one of the ways in which people "move across socially defined boundaries away from an unchosen gender category" (Carter 2014: 235). Noting the "popular cultural preoccupation" with the terminology of "trans;’ Pearce et al. follow Nael Bhanji in exploring the valences that "transition" has acquired: transgression, transmutation, transmorgification, and so on (see Bhanji 2012; Pearce et al. 2018: 2). Just as the diasporic subject became, within certain Anglo-American fields of scholarly inquiry, a widely legible metonym for wider phenomena of cultural, economic, and political globalization (see Cho 2007), so too have trans rights become metonymic for tectonic shifts in the role of both the State and more diffuse social institutions (such as media industries) in recognizing and regulating gender-based social identities.1 To see transgender celebrity Laverne Cox on the cover of Cosmopolitan in South Africa (February, 2018) is to be reassured that gatekeepers of gender norms are themselves transitioning from one worldview to another-from binary to multiplicity, identity to fluidity, conformity to self-expression, and so on. The metonymic signs of trans acceptance seem to arrive from a utopian near-future, one that is slowly trickling its way into a present restless for change.

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  • Laurie, T. N.. (2015). Becoming-Animal Is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar. Deleuze and the Non-Human (eds. Hannah Stark and Jon Roffe).

    (PDF) 2015 Becoming-Animal Is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar | Timothy N Laurie – Academia.edu

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    url = {https://www.academia.edu/10912960/2015_Becoming_Animal_Is_a_Trap_for_Humans_Deleuze_and_Guattari_in_Madagascar},
    year = 2015
    }
  • Eikhof, D., & Haunschild, A.. (2007). For Art’s Sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 28, 523-538.

    For Art’s Sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production | Semantic Scholar

    [BibTeX]

    @article{Eikhof2007ForAS,
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    author = {Eikhof, D. and Haunschild, A.},
    biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2768eb0f9fa3d4560b92bcffbf4511ab1/gameovercite},
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    timestamp = {2021-06-24T10:43:53.000+0200},
    title = {For Art's Sake! Artistic and economic logics in creative production},
    volume = 28,
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    }
  • Laurie, T. N.. (2015). 2015 Becoming-Animal Is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar. Deleuze and the Non-Human (eds. Hannah Stark and Jon Roffe).

    (PDF) 2015 Becoming-Animal Is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar | Timothy N Laurie – Academia.edu

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  • {Bartholdi III}, J. J., & Goldsman, P.. (2004). The vertex-adjacency dual of a triangulated irregular network has a Hamiltonian cycle. Operations Research Letters, 32(4), 304-308.

    The vertex-adjacency dual of a triangulated irregular network has a Hamiltonian cycle – ScienceDirect

    doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orl.2003.11.005
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    Triangulated irregular networks (TINs) are common representations of surfaces in computational graphics. We define the dual of a TIN in a special way, based on vertex-adjacency, and show that its Hamiltonian cycle always exists and can be found efficiently. This result has applications in transmission of large graphics datasets.

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  • Holzer, I. D.. ((2019). Vector synthesis: a media archaeological investigation into sound-modulated light.). Master Thesis, Aalto University.

    Masters thesis by Ian Holzer all about audiovisual vector synthesis (supervised by Antti Ikonen and thesis advisor Marco Donnarumma).

    [BibTeX] [Abstract] [Download PDF]

    Vector Synthesis is a computational art project inspired by theories of media archaeology, by the history of computer and video art, and by the use of discarded and obsolete technologies such as the Cathode Ray Tube monitor. This text explores the military and techno-scientific legacies at the birth of modern computing, and charts attempts by artists of the subsequent two decades to decouple these tools from their destructive origins. Using this history as a basis, the author then describes a media archaeological, real time performance system using audio synthesis and vector graphics display techniques to investigate direct, synesthetic relationships between sound and image. Key to this system, realized in the Pure Data programming environment, is a didactic, open source approach which encourages reuse and modification by other artists within the experimental audiovisual arts community.

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