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    Busy Harbor

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    ChatReview: A ChatGPT-enabled natural language processing framework to study domain-specific user reviews

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    We present ChatReview, a ChatGPT-enabled natural language processing framework that effectively studies domain-specific user reviews to offer relevant and personalized search results at multiple levels of granularity. The framework accomplishes this task using four phases including data collection, tokenization, query construction, and response generation. The data collection phase involves gathering domain-specific user reviews from public and private repositories. In the tokenization phase, ChatReview applies sentiment analysis to extract keywords and categorize them into various sentiment classes. This process creates a token repository that best describes the user sentiments for a given user-review data. In the query construction phase, the framework uses the token repository and domain knowledge to construct three types of ChatGPT prompts including explicit, implicit, and creative. In the response generation phase, ChatReview pipelines these prompts into ChatGPT to generate search results at varying levels of granularity

    Research Update - January 2024

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    Abstraction

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    Hill from the Garden, Giverny

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    Exploring the Role of Physical Activity Influencing Emotional Regulation and Mental Health in Adolescents

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    This research paper explores the intricate relationship between physical activity, emotional regulation, and mental health in adolescents through an in-depth content analysis grounded in catharsis theory and the transactional theory of stress and coping. It underscores physical activity as the best practice for adolescents to manage emotions and mental health, identifying key themes that highlight its role in enhancing emotional regulation skills and reducing anger, anxiety, and depression. The catharsis theory suggests physical activity releases negative emotions, while the transactional theory explores how adolescents perceive and respond to stressors. Emphasizing the positive impact of physical activity on emotional regulation and mental well-being, the study advocates for integrating such programs in educational settings to provide essential coping skills. Although further research is needed, the paper concludes by synthesizing prior studies and highlighting the potential for physical activity to empower adolescents in managing stress, reducing anxiety and depression, and establishing positive coping strategies for a healthier lifestyle into adulthood

    Jockey in Red

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    Eucalyptus Trees

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    Castelli plate with cupid

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    Moulin de la Galette

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