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This is specified in a Cocoon sitemap file, which defines the URLsin your site, and what to do, and to what, for each of them. Inthis case any request for a URL starting texts/ and ending in.html will result in the XML file with the same name being readfrom the filesystem, preprocessed, and then transformed using theto-html.xsl code.

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Cocoon automatically caches the results of most requests,and invalidates that cache when it detects changes to the filesused in creating the resource. Thus after making a change toto-html.xsl (the one in stylesheets/tei, not the one inkiln/stylesheets/tei/), reloading the text shows the effects ofthat change. However, Cocoon does not follow xsl:import andxsl:include references when checking for changed files. Thismeans that if you change such an imported/included file, the cachedversion of the resource will be used.

Images referenced within TEI files (using tei:figure/tei:graphic)are converted by the kiln/stylesheets/tei/to-html.xsl XSLT intoHTML img elements. The src URL is typically to/images//tei:TEI/@xml:id/@url and these URLs are resolved tolook in content/images/ for the file. So if you add the followingto content/xml/tei/Had1.xml:

Kiln can support any image file type, since no processing is done tothe files. The pipelines simply transmit the files with an appropriateMIME type. Pipelines exist for GIF, JPEG, and PNG images; others areeasily added, to sitemaps/main.xmap and/orkiln/sitemaps/assets.xmap.

Each URL or set of URLs available in your web application is definedin a Cocoon sitemap that specifies the source document(s), a set oftransformations to that document, and an output format for theresult. Sitemaps are XML files, and are best edited in an XMLeditor. Open the file webapps/ROOT/sitemaps/main.xmap.

The bulk of this file is the contents of the map:pipelineselement, which holds several map:pipeline elements. In turn, thesehold the URL definitions that are the map:match elements. Eachmap:match has a pattern attribute that specifies the URL(s)that it defines. This pattern can include wildcards, * and **,that match on any sequence of characters except / and any sequenceof characters, respectively.

The templating transformation, which puts the content of theaggregation element into a template, also internally requests aURL. That URL returns the XML template file transformed into an XSLTdocument, which is then applied to the source document!

With that setup done, it is time to create the XSLT that will generateRDF XML from the TEI documents. Place the providedharvesting XSLT atwebapps/ROOT/stylesheets/rdf/tei-to-rdf.xsl (replacing theexisting placeholder file). Now you can harvest the RDF data using thelinks in the admin. You can use the workbench link given above toexamine the data in the repository.

Having put RDF data into the repository, it is of course necessary tobe able to get it back out. The simplest approach is to create an XMLfile in webapps/ROOT/assets/queries/sparql/ that has a root queryelement containing the plain text of the SPARQL query.

Match for URL takes a URL and shows you the full Cocoonmap:match that processes that URL. It expands all references, andlinks to all XSLT, so that what can be scattered across multiplesitemap files, with many references to * and **, becomes a singleannotated piece of XML. Mousing over various parts of the output willreveal details such as the sitemap file containing the line or thevalues of wildcards.

It is unclear whether their stories point to a larger trend, or if people with autism are overrepresented among those prosecuted for downloading child pornography. But their cases throw into question some of our assumptions about men who are caught with images and videos of child exploitation, and shed light on the ways in which the criminal justice system is struggling to understand autistic defendants.

A search of his computer turned up 1,500 images and 445 videos of child pornography. Among these, authorities have focused on four images involving infants and 63 images involving sadomasochism. Although evidence shows Joseph did not search for these specific files, they could trigger significant sentence enhancements.

Prosecutors can ensure strict punishments by charging receipt or distribution, which carry mandatory minimums. And anyone who downloads images and videos on a peer-to-peer network, is, by the very nature of the file-sharing program, also receiving and distributing the material.

Some judges have been open to these types of arguments. Robert Steinke, a state district court judge in Nebraska, sentenced a 22-year-old autistic man convicted of downloading child pornography to eight years of supervised probation and sex offender registration, in contrast to other defendants in his courtroom who received years in prison for similar charges.

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Within each pair of clips, one PLD exhibited biological motion (biomotion condition) and the other non-biological motion (control condition). The biological motion videos were based upon Annaz et al. [3] and included primitive motor, affective, communicative, tool-oriented or goal-oriented movements from the CMU motion capture database [8]. The control motion videos were either: (1) rotated control, in which the PLD was in the same starting posture as the matched biomotion PLD but rotated on the y-axis and used the dominant frequency of hip motion from the human biological motion, as determined by autocorrelation, to define the rotational speed, and (2) scrambled control, in which the light point locations were scrambled but moved with velocity and acceleration profiles matched to the biomotion PLD, phase-scrambled at each point light by a random assignment of phase offsets evenly sampled across the dominant hip movement frequency and random shuffling of point z-coordinates (head-to-heel axis). Embedded conditions included the control type (scrambled or rotational) and the orientation (horizontally flipped or not flipped), as well as the specific content class of the human biological motion: locomotion (11 videos), action (pulling/digging, 4), greeting (4), shaking hands (4) and dancing (5). Stimuli content (i.e. the base human biological motion video) was shown in a fixed order, with control type and orientation counterbalanced across participants.

The lack of clear associations between biological motion preference and dimensional symptomatology measures within the autistic group does not, however, indicate that reduced preference for biological motion is not autism-relevant. It is likely that a variety of heritable causal factors act additively or interactively in early infancy to alter the likelihood of the subsequent development of the behavioural autistic profile [7]. Behavioural symptoms themselves may represent adaptive or compensatory reactions to these early developmental risk factors [22]. Indeed, whilst autism is a highly heritable condition, individual differences in symptom levels within individuals with an autism diagnosis show less evidence of heritability and are instead shaped largely by non-shared environmental factors [12]. When studying neurocognitive phenotypes in individuals with autism, we must thus disentangle those that underpin concurrent symptomatology from those that represent vestiges of early-emerging differences that might have triggered the emergence of behavioural symptoms, but are not related to their maintenance. Given that preference for biological motion is present in neonates [42], that alterations in biological motion preference are apparent in toddlers with ASD [16, 26, 27], biological motion preferences may represent the archaeological trace of a causal factor that acted primarily in early development. Indeed, the quadratic association between lack of preference for biomotion and SRS-2 scores within the ASD group might be consistent with this view. However, such a proposition is not consistent with evidence that 10-month-old infants with later ASD do not show alterations in biological motion preference [16]. Thus, further work is required to understand exactly how and why alterations in biological motion preferences relate to the emergence of ASD.

This large study robustly demonstrates that there is a reduced (but present) preference for biological motion in children, adolescents and adults with ASD. The lack of dimensional associations with prospective social-communication symptomatology challenges the utility of measures of biomotion as a marker of prognosis or treatment efficacy. However, the clinical profile of autism may result from a common process triggered by a range of underlying factors that leave detectable traces in later development, but have by then become untethered to most surface features of the phenotype [7]. Our data are consistent with the proposal that differences in orienting to biological motion could be a relevant underlying factor, and indicate the importance of pursuing longitudinal studies from infancy of this phenotype. 041b061a72


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