Somaiyeh Vedadi
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
CreativityForeign languageEngineeringSemantic similarityConceptual modelMathematics educationLatent semantic indexingAugmented realityArtificial intelligencePsychologyInstructional designContent analysisDialog boxConsciousnessCognitive sciencePoint (typography)Key (cryptography)Global educationConversationVocabularyLearning environmentTest (assessment)NoveltyHumanityPreferenceVocabulary learningEnglish languageForeign language acquisitionEnglish vocabularyFemale studentsComputer scienceSample (statistics)MultimediaArtificial neural networkMeaning (linguistics)Iranian languagesLanguage acquisitionConvolutional neural network
6Publications
3H-index
6Citations
Publications 6
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#1Sasa ArsovskiH-Index: 4
#2Adrian David CheokH-Index: 52
Last. Somaiyeh VedadiH-Index: 3
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Visual conversation is a dialog in which parties exchange visual information. The key novelty presented in this paper is an artificial intelligence-driven visual conversation automation method. We will present a state of the art Artificial Intelligence Snapchat Visual Conversation Agent (AISVCA). AISVCA uses our proposed artificial intelligence-driven visual conversation automation method to create received image caption and generate an appropriate reasonable visual response. These functionaliti...
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#1Somaiyeh Vedadi (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 3
#2Zaleha Abdullah (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 8
Last. Adrian David Cheok (Lond: University of London)H-Index: 52
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English as Second Language (ESL) learning widely implemented in the global education system as English is essential for workplace, diplomate communication, and contractual matters. The effective teaching and learning of ESL since early age provide the students competitive advantages. Deployment of multimedia such as Augmented Reality (AR) in ESL had been implemented for this purpose. This study used multimedia learning environment AR English Vocabulary Acquisition (ARenVA) to test its effectiven...
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#1Somaiyeh VedadiH-Index: 3
#2Zaleha AbdullahH-Index: 8
Last. Baharuddin ArisH-Index: 9
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Vocabulary learning is one of the most important factors that foreign language learners encounter during the process of learning a foreign language. Vocabulary learning used to be a neglected aspect of language learning. In recent years, however, interest in this area has grown enormously. Language teachers have been keen in searching for effective approaches to enhance vocabulary learning. Vocabulary learning is more important than familiarity with the form and meaning of a word. The acquisitio...
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#1Hasmik OsipyanH-Index: 4
#2Somaiyeh Vedadi (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 3
Last. Adrian David CheokH-Index: 52
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Creativity and imagination are the most interesting and peculiar of all properties of human consciousness that are not yet fully understandable for scientists. “Could creativity or imagination ever be defined?”, “Will humans lose their creativity in the rapid development of technology?” or “Could machines ever be creative and how this will effect on humanity?”. In this paper, we will address these questions from the point of view of different disciplines. We will describe and analyze state-of-th...
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#1Somaiyeh Vedadi (UTM: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia)H-Index: 3
#2Zaleha AbdullahH-Index: 8
Last. Baharuddin ArisH-Index: 9
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This paper explores gender differences among the students that used augmented reality (AR) in Iranian secondary schools. Vocabulary learning is considered as basic in foreign language acquisition, and it has a great importance in Iranian language education. Participants of the study were both female and male students due to the fact Iranian schools are considered gender-based. The Iranian education system is not based on co-education, and for this reason male and female students attend different...
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Street children constitute a violent category in most societies; they have considered what society considers appropriate relationships with major institutions of childhood such as family, education and health. The study sets to examine background characteristics of street children, surviving strategies of street children, abuse experienced by street children, problems encountered on the street. The sample of 250 respondents was selected by simple random sampling technique through well-structured...
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