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2020 2020 16th International Conference on Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems (DCOSS)  
of Things An Agnostic Data-Driven Approach to Predict Stoppages of Industrial Packing Machine in Near Future 236 Gabriel Filios (University of Patras, Greece Computer Technology Institute and Press "Diophantus  ...  Meneguette (Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computação) Predictive and Explainable Machine Learning for Industrial Internet of Things Applications 213 Ioannis Christou (INTRASOFT International S.A  ... 
doi:10.1109/dcoss49796.2020.00004 fatcat:vla3d5kfm5gqxget6etmsvux5m

Peripheral state persistence for transiently-powered systems

Gautier Berthou, Tristan Delizy, Kevin Marquet, Tanguy Risset, Guillaume Salagnac
2017 2017 Global Internet of Things Summit (GIoTS)  
size and weight-in comparison to their battery packs.  ...  can provide corrupted data instead of usable data, it can replay old state in an attempt to hinder the progress of a computation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/giots.2017.8016243 dblp:conf/giots/BerthouDMRS17 fatcat:r2vbvtjlnvdlxkkt6ldrw43l6m

Desk-Research Analysis and Identification of SA and Training Tools

Mateusz Macias
2021 Zenodo  
This document is summary of the state of the art study done to support the ongoing work in the ASSISTANCE project.  ...  The content consists of a desk research performed by the project consortium partners experienced in specific areas focusing on technologies that are improved or developed in ASSISTANCE.  ...  It uses:  Ground vehicles (UGV) In case of unmanned ground vehicles there are several companies that produce well-packed machines.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4584704 fatcat:foln2lpxqjehjppjda2ycn6cjy

Transcendental Nonsense, Metaphoric Reasoning, and the Cognitive Stakes for Law

Steven L. Winter
1989 University of Pennsylvania law review  
"[T]he fact remains that the stoppage of those [manufacturing] operations by industrial strife would have a most serious effect on interstate commerce." 34 Having thus invoked the local danger to the  ...  ICM of rights with an experientialist approach to meaning.  ...  passion." 399 Holmes acknowledges "the possibility" that the power of this passion might be such "that trial court and counsel saw no other way of avoiding an immediate outbreak of the mob" -i.e., that  ... 
doi:10.2307/3312131 fatcat:nsmtipffwzdtlb7dwctonwr6sq

Studying rare events using forward-flux sampling: Recent breakthroughs and future outlook

Sarwar Hussain, Amir Haji-Akbari
2020 Journal of Chemical Physics  
Probing the kinetics and uncovering the molecular mechanisms of possible barrier crossings in a system is critical to predicting and controlling its structural and functional properties.  ...  In recent decades, a wide variety of specialized computational techniques-known as advanced sampling techniques-have been developed to systematically capture improbable fluctuations relevant to rare events  ...  -A. gratefully ac-knowledges the support of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award (Grant No. CBET-1751971).  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.5127780 pmid:32061206 fatcat:yhovwou67rgzhps2xgrbq2yhpu

Chair: Automated Vehicles Symposium 2016 Summary of a Symposium

Malcolm Dougherty, Hilton San, Francisco, Freda Morgan
2017 unpublished
He noted that key principles of MOD are traveler-centric and consumer-driven; data-connected and platform independent; and mode agnostic and multimodal system.  ...  Data-driven development and deployment toward automation include operational intelligences, real-time supervision, up-todate road data, and simulation and machine learning sources.  ...  Relevant questions in measuring direct impacts are: Vehicle-Machine Vision Interaction with Traffic Control Devices • ADAS system performance is assessed against targets, but the creation of "good"  ... 
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Publications and Other Works

Thomas Graham, Robert Durant, Robert Stein, John Scheb, Ii Glennon, Thomas Graham, Robert Durant, Robert Stein, John Scheb, Ii, Colin Glennon, Hemant Sharma (+20 others)
2012 Baker Center Journal of Applied Public Policy   unpublished
Chau, "Prediction of Construction Litigation Outcome−A Case-Based Reasoning Approach," in Moonis Ali and Richard Dapoigny, eds., Industrial Engineering and Other Applications of Applied Intelligence Systems  ...  The result was an unprecedented corporate reorganization of American industry, especially in the form of a noticeable increase in industrial mergers.  ...  The Administrative Search Exception An administrative search exception is generally used to allow government to conduct inspections of a commercial entity in a well-regulated industry.  ... 
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The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work

Phillip Rogaway
2015 unpublished
This is an essay written to accompany an invited talk (the 2015 IACR Distinguished Lecture) given at Asiacrypt 2015 on December 2, 2015, in Auckland, New Zealand.  ...  In this post-Snowden era, I think it needs to be.  ...  Acknowledgments My thanks go first to Mihir Bellare for countless discussions on the topic of this  ... 
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Software Studies

Matthew Fuller, Lev Manovich, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, John Bell, Ian Bogost, Jeremy Douglass, Mark Marino, Michael Mateas, Casey Reas, Mark Sample, Noah Vawter, London
2009 Processing: Digital Fictions, Computer Games, and Software Studies   unpublished
For information, email special_sales@mitpress.mit.edu or write to  ...  a platform-agnostic high-level language.  ...  text-reading, approach to understanding the program, we would expect the lines near the beginning of the program to be better remembered . . . this was BASIC {189} not the case" (707).  ... 
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Plagues and Players: an Environmental and Scientific History of Australia's Southern Locusts [article]

Edward Deveson, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
2017
This is a history of entomological, ecological and public agricultural science as well as an analysis of the environments in which the outbreaks developed.  ...  This thesis traces the changing course of locust and grasshopper outbreaks in southern Australia and relates them to environmental changes.  ...  He predicted 'an awful plague of locusts in the near future', ten times worse than the rabbits, 'if this suicidal practice is not stopped by public opinion or legislation'. 28 Gundagai was invaded by  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d70f11ed2e71 fatcat:adckezg4mncjvjltuiqfqzifvy

Constructing Cassandra: The social construction of strategic surprise at the Central Intelligence Agency 1947-2001

Milo Jones
2022
This dissertation takes a post-positivist approach to strategic surprise, and examines the identity and internal culture of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) through the lens of social constructivism  ...  It then documents the influence of these elements of the CIA's identity and culture in each phase of the intelligence cycle (Tasking, Collection, Analysis, Production and Dissemination), prior to four  ...  Acknowledgments Versions of Constructing Cassandra were presented to the SGIR 's Fifth  ... 
doi:10.22024/unikent/01.02.86410 fatcat:z2svhihyfvgrfnivtzpssh6i5a

Turbulence in transition?

Andrew M. Spath
2017
in Jordan (1999) and Syria (2000) that combine qualitative data from interviews and archival materials with quantitative analysis of contentious events coded from newspaper reports in the years surrounding  ...  The core argument is that authoritarian leader changes often stimulate the public expression of demands and grievances, but the extent to which they do so is influenced by differences in how leaders change  ...  different uses of historical data and event-driven methods of analysis.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3h41vmx fatcat:frmhvvlcdbhy5mb727ow2bqegi

Posthumanous Victorians: Francis Galton's Eugenics and Fin de Siècle Science Fictions

Robin Diane Durnford
2013
study that traces an unlikely pattern of inheritance from eugenics to the posthuman.  ...  I stalk him in his move from nineteenth-century eugenicist to the computerized construct of my twenty-firstcentury blinking screen.  ...  The language is ultimately data-based and data-driven; its purpose is to collect information, as Galton' s rather stiff prose attests, rather than to tell a story.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3rj49356 fatcat:irhpw2kfmfb2xottneclpi5hn4

DO ECONOMISTS REACH A CONCLUSION? Rejoinder to Wittman: True Myths CONTINUATION OF THE EXCHANGE BETWEEN BRYAN CAPLAN AND DONALD WITTMAN FROM THE APRIL 2005 ISSUE OF EJW. Caplan Comment on Wittman

Bryan Caplan
2005 Econ Journal Watch Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics   unpublished
While there is a kernel of truth to his approach, it is fairly easy to show that false beliefs about discrete choices are about as dangerous as false beliefs about continuous choices.  ...  Wittman's main theoretical effort to salvage his position is to shift a great deal of weight to arguments about discrete choice.  ...  This figure is high when compared to an average value of near 10 percent in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and France. .  ... 
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Deep Time Iterations: Familiarity, Horizons, and Pattern Among Finland's Nuclear Waste Safety Experts

Vincent Ialenti
2017
Each chapter unpacks how informants iterated and reiterated traces of the very familiar to establish shared grounds of continuity for moving forward in time.  ...  Chapter 3 explores how input/output and part/whole distinctions were iterated and reiterated to help model distant future worlds in a portfolio of "Safety Case" evidence made to demonstrate the Olkiluoto  ...  mildly hung-over with two candy bars, a pack of cigarettes, and at least a few cups worth of coffee in hand.  ... 
doi:10.7298/x4319t37 fatcat:z7krtbigmzaajgipeop7nkmtj4
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