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Detecting adversarial advertisements in the wild

D. Sculley, Matthew Eric Otey, Michael Pohl, Bridget Spitznagel, John Hainsworth, Yunkai Zhou
2011 Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGKDD international conference on Knowledge discovery and data mining - KDD '11  
In a large online advertising system, adversaries may attempt to profit from the creation of low quality or harmful advertisements.  ...  In this paper, we present a large scale data mining effort that detects and blocks such adversarial advertisements for the benefit and safety of our users.  ...  We have found bundling this data together reduces system complexity and eases the burden of managing and maintaining a large number of models in production.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2020408.2020455 dblp:conf/kdd/SculleyOPSHZ11 fatcat:fsfthv6nlvcehohmq36j3fjuty

Integrated Pest Management [chapter]

Jennifer N. Langan
2012 Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine  
in crop pest problems and be aware that the potential is greater with reduced tillage than with conventional tillage systems The risk of increased corn disease problems is high when reduced tillage is  ...  is to determine the viruses your soybeans are likely to encounter Plan a virus management strategy that is tailored to potential viruses in your area Oftentimes information on virus problems from previous  ...  future Some cases will be simple to solve while others will be more difficult Field conditions Be aware of the different conditions that exist in the field Some of these will cause variation in crop  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-1-4377-1986-4.00008-1 fatcat:ib2g7edmbrfvdmsrf2h2dj2gim

Platform-Centric Self-Awareness as a Key Enabler for Controlling Changes in CPS

Mischa Mostl, Johannes Schlatow, Rolf Ernst, Nikil Dutt, Ahmed Nassar, Amir Rahmani, Fadi J. Kurdahi, Thomas Wild, Armin Sadighi, Andreas Herkersdorf
2018 Proceedings of the IEEE  
The approach resembles the logistics and operation principles of manufacturing plants which gave rise to the metaphoric term of an Information Processing Factory that relies on incremental changes and  ...  The paper shows two complementary use cases of self-awareness in architectures, methods, and tools for cyber-physical systems.  ...  The goal of self-awareness in the use cases is to ensure self-modeling and monitoring to maintain an accurate image of the system state.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2018.2858023 fatcat:e3ju7syanvc5xklgvix3wwmopq

Page 217 of Library Resources & Technical Services Vol. 45, Issue 4 [page]

2001 Library Resources & Technical Services  
Carter and Joseph Janes; “Bundles in the Wild: Solve Situation Information to Maintain Awareness,” by Paul Gorman et al; “Digital Libraries and Their Challen- ges,” by Daniel Greenstein; “Evalu- ating  ...  Gorman et al.’s interesting bundle build- ing,” developing highly focused, well- article examines how organized minicollections for specific purposes, aids problem-solving.  ... 

Transformation conditions of future factory structures technology, organization, education and vocational training

Rainer Schultz-Wild
1988 Computer-integrated manufacturing systems  
Sie dürfen dieses Dokument nicht in irgendeiner Weise abändern, noch dürfen Sie dieses Dokument für öffentliche oder kommerzielle Zwecke vervielfältigen, öffentlich ausstellen, aufführen, vertreiben oder  ...  This seems to be the outstanding problem for many software developers and firm management. Such an approach amounts to reducing production control to a technical problem.  ...  Surely more differentiated observation and analysis would be necessary in order to establish in detail how the problems men- tioned here could be solved in the light of the different tradi- tions  ... 
doi:10.1016/0951-5240(88)90091-2 fatcat:5lceztqznzchxackfsu36ixlfa

Should Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council Protect Where the Wild Things Are? Of Beavers, Bob-o-Links, and other Things that Go Bump in the Night

Hope M. Babcock
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Perhaps the Lucas Court did not solve the hard problem it set out to solve, the simplification of takings jurisprudence by converting a landowner's relative use right into an unassailable privilege.  ...  of the sovereign to protect and maintain for the citizens of the realm.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.382567 fatcat:jmoscnefsjar7fhnsozdxubpk4

Making Evidence-Based Organizational Decisions in an Uncertain World

Denise M. Rousseau
2020 Organizational Dynamics  
The resultant lack of information and insight leads to solving the wrong problem or pursuing a questionable opportunity with limited results.  ...  Stopping the search process too soon often leads to solving the wrong problem, settling on a decision frame before really understanding the situation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.orgdyn.2020.100756 fatcat:ptt54jzcqzaf3druhifp4sk7ra

When we cannot have it all: Ecosystem services trade-offs in the context of spatial planning

Francis Turkelboom, Michael Leone, Sander Jacobs, Eszter Kelemen, Marina García-Llorente, Francesc Baró, Mette Termansen, David N. Barton, Pam Berry, Erik Stange, Marijke Thoonen, Ágnes Kalóczkai (+25 others)
2018 Ecosystem Services  
Spatial planning have to deal with trade-offs between various stakeholders' wishes and needs as part of planning and management of landscapes, natural resources and/or biodiversity.  ...  Provisioning and cultural ES were the most targeted in the studied trade-offs, but regulating ES were the most impacted.  ...  For the case study research, additional funds were available from the Spanish National Institute for Agriculture and Food Research and Technology, the Social European Fund  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecoser.2017.10.011 fatcat:xbwnvx56mvfgdmvtekfgu4tihy

Rmel River Basin Adaptation Plan

Sihem Jebari, Hamed Daly, Ines Saidi, Hédia Ezzeddine, Dalel Oussaifi
2016 Zenodo  
One of the underpinning objectives was to develop a novel approach to engage with society on matters related to sustainable water management and adaptation to global change.  ...  The Rmel river basin adaptation plan is a pilot case developed within a science and society project (BeWater).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to extend a special thank you to all stakeholders and experts who participated in and contributed to the process of developing Rmel's River Basin Adaptation Plan  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.439489 fatcat:7try3ainfbajnkku6gzx67h7cy

Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Selection, Migration, and Operation of a Campus Management System

Jon Sprenger, Marc Klages, Michael H. Breitner
2010 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
Universities today face a number of challenges and problems on a global scale, but especially in Europe, due to both the Bologna Process and increasing numbers of students.  ...  The goal is to provide IT experts and decision makers at universities with guidelines for investigating the cost-effectiveness of campus management systems.  ...  Problems that are difficult to structure included time recording for work processes in the process bundle for the testing organization or alumni management, which was only partially available at the time  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-010-0110-z fatcat:m3lciaxudnfgvhp4455ffhogmu

CA4IOT: Context Awareness for Internet of Things

Charith Perera, Arkady Zaslavsky, Peter Christen, Dimitrios Georgakopoulos
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications  
In this paper, we propose the Context Awareness for Internet of Things (CA4IOT) architecture to help users by automating the task of selecting the sensors according to the problems/tasks at hand.  ...  Our objective is to allow the users to submit their problems, so our proposed architecture understands them and produces more comprehensive and meaningful information than the raw sensor data streams generated  ...  They are only interested in acquiring relevant data so they can use the data to build models, simulations, understand and solve their problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/greencom.2012.128 dblp:conf/greencom/PereraZCG12 fatcat:k56p6zo74jgsbfkbqn5zpd272e

Book Review: Managing Electronic Serials, and other titles

Sheila S. Intner
2001 Library resources & technical services  
Carter and Joseph Janes; “Bundles in the Wild: Solve Situation Information to Maintain Awareness,” by Paul Gorman et al; “Digital Libraries and Their Challen- ges,” by Daniel Greenstein; “Evalu- ating  ...  Gorman et al.’s interesting bundle build- ing,” developing highly focused, well- article examines how organized minicollections for specific purposes, aids problem-solving.  ... 
doi:10.5860/lrts.45n4.214 fatcat:xiqwjcladrfc5h3ylb5sa6ocua

Rangeland Ecosystem Service Markets: Panacea or Wicked Problem?

Leslie M. Roche, Tina L. Saitone, Kenneth W. Tate
2021 Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems  
Relevant to the demand side, we discuss the most significant impediments to development and function of non-bundled ecosystem service markets; on the supply side, we provide unique perspectives, using  ...  Land managers and society face increasing pressures to sustainably intensify rangeland food systems; therefore, the time is ripe for thoughtful approaches to simultaneously produce more food, provide economic  ...  We would also like to thank California Cattlemen's Association and University of California Cooperative Extension Advisors who assisted in identifying producers and facilitated the interview process.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsufs.2021.554373 fatcat:3ivo3jiuz5bxxfibwtlyted5qy

Integrated environmental modelling: achieving the vision

R. V. Moore, A. G. Hughes
2016 Geological Society Special Publication  
Integrated Environmental Modelling (IEM) is a recent phenomenon which offers the opportunity to solve complex environmental problems.  ...  A multi-disciplinary, multi-agency approach will be required whose main goals are to: (1) raise awareness and build confidence in IEM; (2) ensure availability and accessibility of IEM techniques, tools  ...  Some individuals have been mentioned in the text, and included in the references below. However, many remain un-named, for which the authors apologize.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp408.12 fatcat:pl6bxuiokbcbvnnb3a2njgk4ta

Multi-level natural resources governance based on local community: A case study on semi-natural grassland in Tarōji, Nara, Japan

Daisaku Shimada
2015 International Journal of the Commons  
The resulting problem is how to manage this resource with its new value for new beneficiaries.  ...  This paper focuses on the second problem. Secondary natural environments called satoyama have been created and maintained over the centuries by human activity.  ...  But most iriai lands in Japan now suffer from problems of under-use, and today's problem is how the commons -the resource systems and their ecosystem services, as well as the institutions to manage these  ... 
doi:10.18352/bmgn-lchr.510 fatcat:n4aqngnp5bapbhjrwnieheisxm
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