Topic Review
Large Language Models as Recommendation Systems in Museums
The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) has led to various applications in different domains, including recommendation systems (RSs). In the context of museums and cultural spaces, where visitors seek meaningful and engaging experiences, the utilization of advanced RSs can greatly contribute to their enjoyment and overall satisfaction.
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Topic Review
Drama/Theatre Performance in Sustainability Awareness Education
The use of digital technologies in theatre/drama performances in education that address the sustainability issues that plague today’s world is highly acknowledged globally by the scientific community since digital technologies offer a variety of ways to provide students with an interactive and engaging learning experience. 
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Topic Review
Artificial Intelligence for Master-Quality Architectural Designs Generation
The outstanding buildings designed by master architects are the common wealth of mankind. They reflect their design skills and concepts and are not possessed by ordinary architectural designers. Compared with traditional methods that rely on a lot of mental labor for innovative design and drawing, artificial intelligence (AI) methods have greatly improved the creativity and efficiency of the design process. It overcomes the difficulty in specifying styles for generating high-quality designs in traditional diffusion models.
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Topic Review
Architectural Interactions
In recent years, architectural interactions have become the center of many important reflections. However, there is little agreement on the subject. Some authors consider architecture to be about its relations with human and nonhuman agents. Others consider that buildings have an autonomous presence, which transcends all their interactions. These approaches are generally seen as incompatible. Although at the heart of the debate is the role of relations in architecture, their nature is not addressed. A closer look at architectural relations reveals that autonomy and relationality are not opposing, but complementary, aspects.
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Alexei Eryomin
Alexei Eryomin Alexei Lvovich Eryomin (Russian: Алексей Львович Еремин; born 27 February 1958) is a Russian doctor, scientist, hygienist, whose scientific research has contributed to the modern understanding of noogenesis, defined the concept of information ecology and information hygiene.[1] [2] Graduated from North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mec
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Topic Review
Great Scientific Poster
Creating a great scientific poster communication is a multifaceted endeavor that involves clarity, engaging design, and effective content organization. This research explores the essential elements that contribute to a stellar scientific poster. Clarity and simplicity are paramount, with a focus on visual hierarchy, minimal text, and effective titles. Engaging visual design, content organization, and a compelling narrative structure are key to conveying complex research concisely. Data presentation should be clear and transparent, promoting accessibility and readability. Engaging the audience through presenter presence and discussion points, as well as emphasizing the relevance and impact of the research, completes the formula for a successful scientific poster.
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Topic Review
Great Scientific Oral Communication
Scientific oral communication is a dynamic medium through which researchers share their findings and insights. A great scientific oral presentation transcends the mere conveyance of information; it captivates, inspires, and connects with the audience. This comprehensive exploration uncovers the essential elements that define excellence in scientific oral communication. From the imperative of clear messaging and engaging delivery to the art of storytelling and the strategic use of visuals and interactivity, this research unveils the strategies and techniques that transform presentations into impactful experiences. Effective oral communication not only informs but also leaves an enduring imprint on the audience's understanding and appreciation of research.
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Topic Review
Great Figures for Article
Figures in scientific articles transcend mere visuals; they are dynamic tools for conveying complex information. This entry explores the essence of great scientific figures. Beyond illustrating data, they clarify, engage, and enhance the research narrative. Effective figures prioritize clarity, employ best data visualization practices, embrace aesthetics, and contribute to the overarching research story. Accessibility and inclusivity are paramount. These visual companions not only elucidate but also persuade, bridging the gap between textual exposition and abstract data. By mastering the art and science of crafting exceptional figures, researchers can enrich the scholarly discourse, fostering understanding and dissemination of their discoveries.
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Topic Review
Development and Challenges of Vernacular Architecture
With increasing urbanization, population growth, and rising living standards, sustainability—regarding energy use, buildings, and the environment—is becoming more widely discussed. In an era of tremendous changes in the scale of society and technology, sustainability can help restore important local resources as well as preserve traditional identities. 
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Topic Review
Artificial Intelligence as a Tool for Architectural Design
Artificial intelligence (AI)-generated designs demonstrate significant potential, exhibiting competitive results in the categories of Attractiveness and Creativity. AI faces challenges in replicating the distinctive aspects of human design styles, pointing to the innate subjectivity inherent to design evaluations. These findings shed light on the role AI could play as a tool in architectural design, offering diverse design solutions and driving innovation.
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