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Alternatives to Truthfulness Are Hard to Recognize [chapter]

Vincenzo Auletta, Paolo Penna, Giuseppe Persiano, Carmine Ventre
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this work we show that, although non-truthful implementations may exist, they are hard to find.  ...  This is in contrast to the fact that truthful implementability can be recognized efficiently, even when partial verification of the agents is allowed.  ...  We show that although non-truthful implementations may exist, they are hard to find.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-79309-0_18 fatcat:mciwc4oopverfcq23omsytita4

Page 318 of Soundings Vol. 41, Issue 2 [page]

1958 Soundings  
It recognizes the fact that there is no undistorting glassy eye from which human beings can view hard facts as infallible truths.  ...  It ought at least to present the other great alternatives of human history, especially the Christian alternative and its origin.  ... 

Page 477 of American Catholic Quarterly Review Vol. 39, Issue 155 [page]

1914 American Catholic Quarterly Review  
For I recognize that the alternative is between Intuitionalism and no exception, or Utilitarianism and some exceptions.  ...  Accordingly, as far as truth-speaking helps on society, men are bound to it.  ... 

Chapter 5: Fake News and Alternative Facts – A Constructivist Critique of the Current Right-Wing Populist Will to Truth

Stefan Neubert, Kersten Reich
2018 International Research in Higher Education  
We refer to Foucault's critical concept of the "will to truth" in order to argue that there are standards and procedures regarding facts and beliefs in modern society – e.g., practices that have shown  ...  We conclude by considering the necessary connection between a plurastic concept of truth and democratic politics in the face of the current right-wing attempts to establish a regime of truth that is fundamentally  ...  the alternative facts are real and all other interpretations are hostile.  ... 
doi:10.5430/irhe.v3n1p70 fatcat:ma4wovpfuvh5tpt75gdooxnd4a

Page 110 of The Library Vol. 33, Issue 2 [page]

1978 The Library  
° What is important for editors, textual critics, and bibliographers is the hard truth recognized in the last sentence: that the published book contained only part of the truth.  ...  so thorough that there is no alternative but to print all the versions or, if not all, at least the first and final ones.”!  ... 

WILL IT BLEND? VISUALIZATION AND ACCURACY EVALUATION OF HIGH-RESOLUTION FUZZY VEGETATION MAPS

A. Zlinszky, A. Kania
2016 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The advantages of fuzzy classification for vegetation mapping are well recognized, but the accuracy and uncertainty of fuzzy maps cannot be directly quantified with indices developed for hard-boundary  ...  These map products are directly comparable to widely used hard boundary evaluation procedures, support active learning-based iterative classification and can be applied for operational use.  ...  Hard boundary classifiers do not allow direct calculation of classification quality outside areas where ground truths are present.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xli-b2-335-2016 fatcat:6yfgmf7jsrfgtfen773qjh2pda

Page 59 of National Legal Aid and Defender Association. NLADA Briefcase Vol. 27, Issue 2 [page]

1968 National Legal Aid and Defender Association. NLADA Briefcase  
Al- though the center works hard to develop alternatives, it is not in the business of pushing them.  ...  The center recognizes this and offers to him a meaningful way of demonstrating his goodness and his management skill. The center is always careful not to preempt administrative autonomy.  ... 

WILL IT BLEND? VISUALIZATION AND ACCURACY EVALUATION OF HIGH-RESOLUTION FUZZY VEGETATION MAPS

A. Zlinszky, A. Kania
2016 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The advantages of fuzzy classification for vegetation mapping are well recognized, but the accuracy and uncertainty of fuzzy maps cannot be directly quantified with indices developed for hard-boundary  ...  These map products are directly comparable to widely used hard boundary evaluation procedures, support active learning-based iterative classification and can be applied for operational use.  ...  Hard boundary classifiers do not allow direct calculation of classification quality outside areas where ground truths are present.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xli-b2-335-2016 fatcat:hq3fkocpjfghxjvsxsnrihazqy

On What Matters, Volume III, by DerekParfit. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017, xiv + 468 pp. ISBN 9780198778608. hb. £25.00

Folke Tersman
2018 European Journal of Philosophy  
the intuitive ability to recognize some normative truths.  ...  And if none of us could recognize such normative truths, we could not rationally believe that there are any such truths."  ... 
doi:10.1111/ejop.12338 fatcat:kwtirm7q5jduzd5rp5u4ztziny

Conditional perfection: the truth and the whole truth

Elena Herburger
2016 Semantics and Linguistic Theory  
The proposed account, the 'whole truth theory', is argued to not only capture Conditional Perfection but to also extend to upper-bounding inferences and exhaustive answers.  ...  A crucial piece of the analysis is the independently supported claim that bare conditionals are ambiguous between universal and existential readings.  ...  Just as with conditionals under O/Exh, on the universal analysis conditionals under only are merely predicted to rule out that all alternative cases are q-cases.  ... 
doi:10.3765/salt.v25i0.3079 fatcat:pimsim5cffb2bknaxthhzllkku

Philosophical bases of research methods An integrated narrative review

Brian A. Vasquez
2014 Zenodo  
Subthemes under methodological assumptions are: (1) scientific versus naturalism: hard versus soft science; (2) convergence and divergence; (3) linearity is only in the books and not practice; (4) hard  ...  converge; (5) definitive vs. subjective truth; (6) continuum versus polarity; (7) what really is real; (8) truth, reality and knowledge; and (9) seeing the truth and reality of an objective/subjective  ...  Falsified frameworks as a result of quantitative research are explored qualitatively and alternative or competing conceptualizations are molded. Alternatively, seen as a divide.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1878219 fatcat:7qad72r5yvhu3n7jbldg3n6cpa

Page 332 of American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly Vol. 28, Issue 3 [page]

1954 American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly  
Nowadays it is hard for us to grasp how sinister and revolutionary such an attitude appeared at Galileo’s time, when merely to doubt the truth of opinions which had no basis but authority was considered  ...  most people are willing to pay lip service to this principle.  ... 

DEER: Detection-agnostic End-to-End Recognizer for Scene Text Spotting [article]

Seonghyeon Kim, Seung Shin, Yoonsik Kim, Han-Cheol Cho, Taeho Kil, Jaeheung Surh, Seunghyun Park, Bado Lee, Youngmin Baek
2022 arXiv   pre-print
However, this makes it hard for the recognizer to decode correct sequences when the detection is not accurate i.e. one or more characters are cropped out.  ...  Considering that it is hard to accurately decide word boundaries with only the detector, we propose a novel Detection-agnostic End-to-End Recognizer, DEER, framework.  ...  truth assignment, and feature pooling are not strictly required to recognize individual objects in the image.  ... 
arXiv:2203.05122v1 fatcat:4atzxtr6gfdxzbzedetttdjpgy

Hard problem of consciousness

Robert Howell, Torin Alter
2009 Scholarpedia  
This is the hard problem of consciousness. The hard problem should be distinguished from various easy problems familiar to cognitive scientists.  ...  Neurobiological and cognitive theories of consciousness do not appear to solve the hard problem.  ...  These abilities are remarkable, but today they are not generally thought to give rise to a hard problem.  ... 
doi:10.4249/scholarpedia.4948 fatcat:hawiwvdqn5cbbdfzvtempuy43u

How to integrate ground-truth and satellite image to estimate surface soil moisture at the field and watershed scales?

Otto Corrêa Rotunno Filho, Kary de Paiva, Vitor Paiva Alcoforado Rebello, Afonso Augusto Magalhães de Araujo, O. Chudaev, Y. Kharaka, R. Harmon, R. Millot, O. Shouakar-Stash
2019 E3S Web of Conferences  
This technique is explored as alternative to the regression techniques currently used for modeling soil moisture mapping.  ...  It is recognized that a relationship does exist between water stress and emission of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in forested areas, which may have negative effect on human health and ecosystems.  ...  The authors would like to thank the Civil Engineering Program -COPPE/ Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Engineering Military School (IME), CPRM, FAPERJ, CNPq and CAPES (Finance Code 001).  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/20199806005 fatcat:qbkme62rmnavbdl62cmejojphi
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