The Science Behind the “S” in the Sys-Ex Logo
Posted On July 17, 2021
A new study has revealed that the “s” in “Sys-Ex” stands for “science” or “science education.”
According to the new study, the word stands for the acronym for “Systems and Systems Architecture,” and it is often used as a title for educational videos.
The study found that “Sys” was the most popular title for education videos in 2017.
Researchers analyzed 1,944 video titles submitted to YouTube from July 20 through Aug. 31.
They used the title “System Science: Science Education,” which was submitted by 1,892 videos.
According to The Washington Post, the video title is not a formal title of the video, but is an informal title that is used to describe the video content.
The title is commonly used to title educational videos that feature technical content, the researchers wrote in the study.
Researchers found that the title is popular because it stands for a topic that has been widely discussed and is often a topic of controversy.
For example, the title for the video titled “Sydney’s Most Wanted” features a discussion about how climate change is affecting the global economy.
Another popular title is “System Engineering,” which features a conversation about how systems can improve a company’s productivity.
“Sys-ex” stands as a name for a science-related topic that is often debated and is a topic commonly covered in media.
According the study, more than two-thirds of the videos submitted by the study participants were in the social justice genre, which is a subgenre of science education videos.
“In a survey of videos from 2018, approximately 80 percent of the submissions identified social justice as a social justice subject, and more than half (56 percent) of the social-justice videos identified by participants were also submitted in 2018,” researchers wrote.
“Social justice is a subject of controversy, especially in the STEM fields.
The SysEx video title, for example, is likely an example of a social-action video that has gained widespread attention.
For instance, the social commentary on the video is accompanied by a video clip featuring the President of the United States.”
The study concluded that social justice education videos were popular on YouTube, but that the content was generally not scientifically sound and lacked scientific validity.