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A new phrase has been entered into the lexicon of Nigeria's contemporary society; 'Campaign of hired crowds,' meaning the politicians using inducements of all kinds of gifts to pull crowds or attract large gatherings during campaign as parameter's of catching the electorates attention or indices to measure their level of popularity or acceptance to the society.
* We propose group refinement threshold based on the results gathered through the inferences on human relationships in order to tackle the crowds with various densities and structures.
Freelance journalist Rabi C Dahal also feels that the crowds won't translate to votes.
Fractional Order Crowd Dynamics: Cyber-Human System Modeling and Control
The protest at the People Power Monument on Wednesday night against the hurried burial of dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani drew crowds from different generations.
The scenes were in sharp contrast to those at the Place de la Republique, where crowds ran in fear following a false alarm.
When shown images of faces in a crowd, participants were better at identifying happy female crowds than happy male crowds, and better at spotting angry male crowds than angry female crowds, Im and her colleagues found.
Gathering crowds to help your cause is an essential part of working in a networked world.
Carl Bainbridge, marketing manager for Coventry City Council, said: "We've been delighted with the high turnout of crowds and at the minute we are looking at having had about 86,000 visits from the 'rst two days.
In the second part, the focus is on the empirical analysis of different representations of crowds as broadcast on television.
Tao, "Counting pedestrians in crowds using viewpoint invariant training", in Conf.
Summary: In 1896, the social psychologist Gustave Le Bon warned his contemporaries of the dangers of crowds.
I've played in front of low crowds. When I first came to Boro they were relegation-bound in front of 2,000-plus and it was bleak.
Friday morning came with excitement as the crowds from Thursday and Friday's newcomers eagerly awaited the opening of Bonnaroo's two main stages, Which and What.
He reminds us that crowds, invariably derogated as "mobs" by the ancient and modern upper classes and their intellectual apologists, once ruled effectively in the Greek polls and the Roman republic.