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A Self-Policing Policy Language [chapter]

Sebastian Speiser, Rudi Studer
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present a policy language that can express such constraints on other policies, i.e. a self-policing policy language.  ...  We validate our approach by realizing a use case scenario, using a policy engine developed for our language.  ...  This means that these languages cannot simply be extended with self-policing conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17746-0_46 fatcat:jcsjdolbgrh7rbcdlpheyyhhj4

Policy Based Self-Adaptive Scheme in Pervasive Computing

Jian Quan OUYANG, Dian Xi SHI, Bo DING, Jin FENG, Huai Min WANG
2009 Wireless Sensor Network  
Our aim is to enable systematic development of self-adaptive component-based applications. The paper first introduces a novel policy based framework for self-adaptive scheme in pervasive computing.  ...  Then the proposed policy ontology and policy language are well expressive and easily extensible to support the design of policy which is based on the Separation of Concerns principle.  ...  Also, the proposed policy descriptive language for pervasive computing can enable define polices separately, and re-use them.  ... 
doi:10.4236/wsn.2009.11008 fatcat:c7uo6mw5ojezdlbbz7bingincq

Integration in the Organizational Environment of the Spanish National Police

Alexandra Marcos, María del Carmen Pérez-Llantada, Gabriela Topa
2019 Sustainability  
In the present study, a model of relations is tested between the dimensions of socialization, personal resources such as optimism and self-efficacy, and the resources obtained during integration into the  ...  organization such as social support or collective efficacy in the prediction of the attitudes and behaviors of the Spanish National Police.  ...  Model 1 2 3 Predictor variables β a β a β a Organizational socialization History 0.08 −0.02 −0.01 Language −0.10 −0.06 −0.05 Policies −0.24 * −0.24 * −0.23 * Organizational values  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11174706 fatcat:b3awz4d43zaj5pnstpcbvtxgwu

Understanding Social Reforms: A Conceptual Analysis

Haridimos Tsoukas, Demetrios B. Papoulias
1996 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Social practices do not have an intrinsic nature but rather a texture consisting of a set of self-understandings expressed in language.  ...  To such a policy, however, the police are deeply sceptical, even cynical: ‘How many arrests must I make’, asks a police sergeant, ‘to pay the mortgage? How many to meet the car repay- ments?  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.1996.111 fatcat:suq37thgrvc2dibr6wmjl2naqm

Linguistic Abstractions for Programming and Policing Autonomic Computing Systems

Andrea Margheri, Rosario Pugliese, Francesco Tiezzi
2013 2013 IEEE 10th International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing and 2013 IEEE 10th International Conference on Autonomic and Trusted Computing  
style, by the policing constructs.  ...  We introduce PSCEL, a new language for developing autonomic software components capable of adapting their behaviour to react to external stimuli and environment changes.  ...  This language, that we call PSCEL (Policed SCEL), takes advantage of the features of the two inspiring languages and appropriately integrates their linguistic abstractions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/uic-atc.2013.33 dblp:conf/uic/MargheriPT13 fatcat:2kjfmtszxvevhby6kvkergmwtu

Harmony as language policy in China: an Internet perspective

Xuan Wang, Kasper Juffermans, Caixia Du
2015 Language Policy  
This paper provides an ethnographic understanding of harmony as language policy in China, grounded in a historical analysis of 'harmony' (和 he) as a distinct traditional Chinese (Confucian) ideal that  ...  The paper focuses on language practices surrounding 'harmony' emerging from the Internet, a discursive space and site that is both highly diverse and heavily contested with respect to policing processes  ...  creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author (s) and the source, provide a  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10993-015-9374-y fatcat:hj3v3qne2neuthbwzouyg3j2bu

Page 26 of Sage Urban Studies Abstracts Vol. 34, Issue 1 [page]

2006 Sage Urban Studies Abstracts  
The author believes his use of a sociological framework allowed him to (a) be heard in the language of the parole board, then headed by a sociologist, thus minimizing his separation with the group in power  ...  regards: (a) no examination of whether mandatory arrest policies are associated with increased risk of arrest across multiple jurisdictions, (b) little consid- eration of whether police organizational  ... 

On Programming and Policing Autonomic Computing Systems [chapter]

Michele Loreti, Andrea Margheri, Rosario Pugliese, Francesco Tiezzi
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we introduce a suite of practical software tools for programming and policing autonomic computing systems in PSCEL.  ...  The computational behaviour of components is defined in a procedural style, by the programming constructs, while the adaptation logic is defined in a declarative style, by the policing constructs.  ...  Policing constructs targets) that can trigger policy modification and the set of transitions T ⊆ (Policies × Targets × Policies) represents policy replacement. π ∈ P olicies is the current state of A.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45234-9_12 fatcat:xfk2pieypfb7xa3aw5aygvub4e

Page 859 of The Journal of the Operational Research Society Vol. 47, Issue 7 [page]

1996 The Journal of the Operational Research Society  
Social practices do not have an intrinsic nature but rather a texture consisting of a set of self-understandings expressed in language.  ...  It shows that, from a policy-making point of view, appreciating the language-dependent (and, thus, malleable) character of social reality is very significant in reforming it.  ... 

Welsh Nationalism, Language and Students' Trust in the UK Police

Stefan Machura, Salim Almjnoni, Boris Vavrik, Einir Williams
2020 International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society  
Where nationality, coupled to minority language, forms a key factor of identities, and there is a history of conflict, it may be difficult for the police to command trust.  ...  In north-west Wales, Welsh is the language of the majority.  ...  What for some is a self-evident language right, for others appears as a threat to their economic future.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10767-020-09379-z fatcat:2cfiu5juhje3jaik6o6snkugvi

Editorial

Kate Menken, Miguel Pérez-Milans
2020 Language Policy  
Topics such as the commodification of language, raciolinguistics, language policing, language securitization, semiotic approaches to language policy, and the expansion of what "counts" as language have  ...  In so doing, they too call us to keep extending our locus of analysis to less-explored spaces (such as that of the family) where individuals' daily practices of (self)policing contribute to (re)institute  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10993-020-09544-2 fatcat:mighpm7osjhevdx37akc67stla

Divides and Synergies in Australian Law Enforcement and Public Health

Isabelle Bartkowiak Theron, Nicole L Asquith
2017 Journal of Drug Abuse  
Yet it is only those who are recognized as having a biological or acquired deficiency (such as a hearing or cognitive impairment), or language incapacity (such as English as a second language) who receive  ...  Since the 1970s, police scholars, criminologists, health practitioners, and policy-makers have debated the policing remit [2,3].  ... 
doi:10.21767/2471-853x.100060 fatcat:xcqh3z2hnnafnkf4h2y2gypxam

Mozambican police interviews: The interaction between official language and legal pluralism [chapter]

Eliseu Mabasso, Georgina Heydon
2022 Language and the Law: Global Perspectives in Forensic Linguistics from Africa and Beyond  
Portuguese shall be the language for courtroom sessions. 2.Those who do not speak Portuguese and wish to be heard shall, however, [be permitted to do so] in a language other than Portuguese, provided that  ...  languages other than Portuguese.  ...  , are more likely to self-incriminate.  ... 
doi:10.52779/9781991201836/02 fatcat:xjstdmqptbhnrhxqwxwdokc74i

Page 19 of The Canadian Review of Sociology Vol. 39, Issue 1 [page]

2002 The Canadian Review of Sociology  
Thus, the police, according to the policy and to our police respondents, are to communicate lessons on law (i.e., rein- forcements on the consequences of breaches of the law) and on the bene- fits of self-regulation  ...  Evidence of this process” is found in Windsor’s new policy and in the general trend towards a community-policing approach in industrial rela- tions liaison.  ... 

Page 95 of The Historical Journal Vol. 33, Issue 1 [page]

1990 The Historical Journal  
It advocates not only a deterrent criminal code and police, but also a ‘preventive police’ which would study criminals and their habits, root into their haunts, and attack the source of crime.  ...  For instance, individuals must not be allowed to starve themselves to death, so Benthamites — despite an aversion to the language of rights — recognized a ‘right’ to relief.  ... 
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