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The Level of Information Security Awareness of First-Year University Students

Gábor Törley
2020 International Conference on Applied Informatics  
This part of the study shows how solid is the "basement" of security awareness knowledge of an average pupil. (2) What level of information security awareness can be expected from an aver-age first-year  ...  This is an important question because most of these students will manage other people's personal data at their workplaces,  ...  , p=0.0005<0.05, ceteris paribus).  ... 
dblp:conf/icai3/Torley20 fatcat:rqaatubbzbgs3mawcw2miefnmq

Gold's Theorem and Cognitive Science*

Kent Johnson
2004 Philosophy of Science  
C Ceteris paribus, by shrinking the hypothesis space of possible languages from which the target language could be drawn, the learner is more likely to hone in on the target.  ...  A natural psychological interpretation of (**) is that when a learner whose learning strategy is correctly modeled by f experiences the environment represented by , (ceteris paribus, As , . . . , s S 1  ...  Appendix In this appendix, I characterize the main result of Gold 1967 .  ... 
doi:10.1086/423752 fatcat:2uklgdtf3nhorltyn26iamfhaa

EPISTEMIC COMPETENCE

David K Henderson
1994 Philosophical Papers  
Misgivings concerning the normative force of naturalized epistemology are commonly associated with an insistence on a central place for ideal models.  ...  psychology. 3 My goal here is to advance a useful way of conceiving of the relation between empirical results and their normative epistemological employment.  ...  generalizations of a system idealization are invariably ceteris paribus generalizations, characterizing likely developments in the processes of an open system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/05568649409506420 fatcat:rjxggesd2rf5hcc5v2kdo5nmky

PPP Rules, Macroeconomic (in)stability and Learning

Luis-Felipe Zanna
2004 Social Science Research Network  
To evaluate the relevance of the real (in)determinacy results we pursue a learnability (E-stability) analysis for the aforementioned PPP rules.  ...  We find that besides the specification of the rule, structural parameters such as the share of traded goods (that measures the degree of openness of the economy) and the degrees of imperfect competition  ...  For instance we find that ceteris paribus, given the sensitivity of the rule to the real exchange rate, the lower the degree of openness of the economy (the lower the share of traded goods), the more likely  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.595543 fatcat:vff5c6xllrcgzoudt4b7fznfsu

TWO PHONOLOGIES OR ONE?: SOME IMPLICATIONS OF THE DYG FOR BIOLINGUISTICS

SHIN-ICHI TANAKA
2014 English Linguistics  
Samuels (2011 develops an evolutionarily adequate theory of phonology, based on Hauser, Chomsky and Fitch (2002) .  ...  We will also show some empirical and conceptual evidence for the DYG, which implies that even such an 'uneconomical' phenomenon must have a place in I-phonology as well as E-phonology and that its computation  ...  Thus, "ceteris paribus" does not seem to apply at all in this case. Instead of methodological generalism, Samuels chooses to adopt "methodological minimalism."  ... 
doi:10.9793/elsj.31.2_593 fatcat:gykfdljf3jcn7f5ief7g4xpk4i

Good Luck or Good Policy? An Expectational Theory of Macro-Volatility Switches

Gaetano Gaballo
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This determines regime switching in macro volatility despite unchanged monetary policy and time-invariant distribution of exogenous shocks.  ...  Abstract: In an otherwise unique-equilibrium model, agents are segmented into a few informational islands according to the signal they receive about others'expectations.  ...  Ceteris paribus, increasing values of widen the distance between the low and the high REX values (contrast b) with c)).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2164292 fatcat:se53blp2tjh5naxqhtxcwdsuqi

Probabilistic Time Series Forecasts with Autoregressive Transformation Models [article]

David Rügamer, Philipp F.M. Baumann, Thomas Kneib, Torsten Hothorn
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Probabilistic forecasting of time series is an important matter in many applications and research fields.  ...  We demonstrate the properties of ATMs both theoretically and through empirical evaluation on several simulated and real-world forecasting datasets.  ...  DR has been partially supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) under Grant No. 01IS18036A.  ... 
arXiv:2110.08248v3 fatcat:mgfmqxlhdzbxnbk4wcqc2nxcuu

The Role of Sequential Learning in Language Evolution: Computational and Experimental Studies [chapter]

Morten H. Christiansen, Rick A. C. Dale, Michelle R. Ellefson, Christopher M. Conway
2002 Simulating the Evolution of Language  
The Evolution of Language: 3 rd International Conference. Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications, Paris, pp 45-48 Christiansen MH, Chater N (1999)  ...  This sequential learnability difference is, ceteris paribus 5 , likely to result in different frequency distributions across languages.  ...  Computational models provide an important tool to investigate how various types of hypothesized constraints may affect the evolution of language.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0663-0_8 fatcat:oxbp5bcz2vfu3eiqsergmvqwrq

Abundant Truth in an Austere World [chapter]

Terry Horgan, Matjaž Potrč
2006 Truth and Realism  
We will also argue that those who maintain that there must be general rule-like semantic principles, in order for humans to be capable of mastering semantic normativity, are making highly dubious empirical  ...  Concerning the first challenge, we will bring to bear some ideas recently deployed by Horgan and Timmons (2002) in an effort to make sense of Putnam"s notion of conceptual relativity.  ...  are vague enough to allow for exceptions (whether or not these principles have explicit "ceteris paribus" clauses in them).  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199288878.003.0008 fatcat:deaauyb6gzcf7dxtagywy5z5km

Determinacy and Taylor's Rule with Different Degrees of Trade Openness in a Semi-New Keynesian Model

Gabriel Karagiannides, Christos Liambas
2019 Applied Economics and Finance  
The determinacy question, concerning whether or not there is convergence to a unique equilibrium path, in an explicitly dynamic setting, has been addressed in closed economies but only scantily in an open  ...  We show that the determinacy-consistent specification of Taylor's rule depends, critically, on the greater or lower openness in the trade sector.  ...  Higher-ceteris paribus-interest rates affect not only aggregate demand but also the supply sector.  ... 
doi:10.11114/aef.v6i6.4503 fatcat:pdrei5k4grgcrg4eozjkmhekxa

Trochaic bias overrides stress typicality in English lexical development

Klaus HOFMANN, Andreas BAUMANN
2020 Journal of Child Language  
A series of generalized additive models (GAMs) based on a comprehensive set of lexical data (CELEX) as well as a large set of age-of-acquisition (AoA) and concreteness ratings reveals that stress typicality  ...  This paper investigates whether typical stress patterns in English nouns and verbs are available as a prosodic cue for categorisation and accelerated word learning during first language acquisition.  ...  We would like to thank two anonymous reviewers and the editors for their valuable comments on a first draft of this paper. Supplementary Material.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s030500092000046x pmid:33023682 fatcat:2sgarh5gorgy3dwhyw5tqdxvdi

Remixing as a Pathway to Computational Thinking

Sayamindu Dasgupta, William Hale, Andrés Monroy-Hernández, Benjamin Mako Hill
2016 Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '16  
First, we show that users who remix more often have larger repertoires of programming commands even after controlling for the numbers of projects and amount of code shared.  ...  Theorists and advocates of "remixing" have suggested that appropriation can act as a pathway for learning.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab for creating Scratch, as well as the millions of Scratch users who create and participate on the Scratch website  ... 
doi:10.1145/2818048.2819984 dblp:conf/cscw/DasguptaHMH16 fatcat:eudt5lhhlve7ddd3hrul6erzta

Differentiable programming for functional connectomics [article]

Rastko Ciric
2022 arXiv   pre-print
to make new discoveries in an unsupervised setting.  ...  with the amenability to optimisation of the latter.  ...  Ceteris paribus, a more parsimonious confound model-one with fewer time series-is thought to be better because it removes fewer degrees of freedom from the BOLD data [28] .  ... 
arXiv:2206.00649v1 fatcat:4gvks7nn2rfnxe3meflyoue6ju

Searching for arguments to support linguistic nativism

Barbara C Scholz, Geoffrey K Pullum
2002 The Linguistic Review  
Stephen Jay Gould, The Mismeasure of Man (1981: 157) 1.  ...  here were developed collaboratively, and both authors take responsibility for the way things are expressed in the Þnal version, but it should be noted that sections 2, 3, and 5 are primarily the work of  ...  Everyone agrees that the more unifying theory or hypothesis is, ceteris paribus, to be preferred. But C&P want to conclude from the above observations that linguistic nativism is true.  ... 
doi:10.1515/tlir.19.1-2.185 fatcat:zg7yybs7ybgf7bqdyhlhetttiy

Learning Multiscale Convolutional Dictionaries for Image Reconstruction

Tianlin Liu, Anadi Chaman, David Belius, Ivan Dokmanic
2022 IEEE Transactions on Computational Imaging  
We show that incorporating the proposed multiscale dictionary in an otherwise standard CSC framework yields performance competitive with state-of-the-art CNNs across a range of challenging inverse problems  ...  Our work thus demonstrates the effectiveness and scalability of the multiscale CSC approach in solving challenging inverse problems.  ...  Numerical experiments were partly performed at the sciCORE (http://scicore.unibas. ch/) scientific computing center at the University of Basel.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tci.2022.3175309 fatcat:5ur5tah6bnctxhmccrdcjs2imm
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