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Constraint contextual rewriting

Alessandro Armando, Silvio Ranise
2003 Journal of symbolic computation  
We call this generalized form of contextual rewriting constraint contextual rewriting (CCR for short).  ...  In this paper we address the problem by proposing a general pattern of interaction between rewriting and decision procedures and by providing an account of such a pattern of interaction which is precise  ...  Acknowledgement The work described in this paper is partly supported by the European Union IHP grant HPRN-CT-2000-00102 "CALCULEMUS: Systems for Integrated Computation and Deduction".  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0747-7171(03)00025-7 fatcat:j2dhgo72u5b6jjxblwsn3y3jgq

Analyzing opacity with contextual faithfulness constraints

Ivy Hauser, Coral Hughto
2020 Glossa  
We discuss the impact of including these constraints in a universal Con and suggest the potential of language-specific constraint induction for mitigating over-generation effects.  ...  We show that contextual faithfulness constraints can be employed to analyze multiple types of underapplication opacity in parallel OT and multiple types of under-and overapplication opacity in Harmonic  ...  Lamont, audiences at AMP 2014, AMP 2016, the University of Massachusetts Amherst Sound Workshop, the University of North Carolina Linguistics Colloquium, and the University of Leipzig IGRA Colloquium for  ... 
doi:10.5334/gjgl.966 fatcat:b5apya5k5raqzj7wxffbcuxqvi

Maple's evaluation process as constraint contextual rewriting

Alessandro Armando, Clemens Ballarin
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 international symposium on Symbolic and algebraic computation - ISSAC '01  
These modules are identified, their interfaces are specified, and their interplay is reconstructed as Constraint Contextual Rewriting (CCR), a powerful form of conditional rewriting that incorporates the  ...  The notion of context plays also a key role in Constraint Contextual Rewriting (CCR, for short) [2, 3] .  ...  CCR provides well-specified interfaces for its modules and a specification of their interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/384101.384107 dblp:conf/issac/ArmandoB01 fatcat:3x2az2tn4vg7necjzmkvaxwxby

Contextual constraints in media choice: Beyond information richness

Prashant Palvia, Praveen Pinjani, Sherrie Cannoy, Tim Jacks
2011 Decision Support Systems  
In addition, five likely contextual constraints include: 1) need for urgency, 2) need for social interaction, 3) need for confidentiality, 4) need for information integrity, and 5) need for accountability  ...  It addresses additional contextual constraints including the needs for urgency, confidentiality, accountability, social interaction, and information integrity from the sender's perspective and how these  ...  This study is also helpful to media designers in incorporating contextual features in the media without restricting the traditional rationale of task based media design.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2011.03.006 fatcat:yu7k4t4sn5g3tiueccm2bfxu5y

Variables as Contextual Constraints in Translating Irony

Oana Babîi
2015 Linguaculture  
It analyses if and how the types of irony, the literary genres and the cultural, normative factors, perceived as potential contextual constraints, have an impact on the translator' choices in rendering  ...  What are the contextual constraints that determine the degree of difficulty in translating irony? Do the various types of irony call for particular translation strategies?  ...  These contextual constraints will be confronted with examples selected from a parallel corpus of original novels and plays and their translations into Romanian and French that has been compiled for the  ... 
doi:10.1515/lincu-2015-0039 fatcat:6mcvd44bgvhujjtgmulmtxvuju

Navigating contextual constraints in discourse: Design explications in institutional talk

MLC (Marloes) Herijgers, HLW (Henk) Pander Maat
2017 Discourse Studies  
Then we will examine the various resolutions they propose for constraint conflicts and show how advisors seek customer consent or cooperation for the proposed designs.  ...  discourse designs for dealing with these conflicts.  ...  First, they are an important exception to the tendency for contextual constraints to remain invisible in interactions; hence they offer a window on how institutional agents navigate the discourse design  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461445617701811 pmid:28781580 pmcid:PMC5518994 fatcat:upe3jawxubdhfkkmj7iqm2x5iy

Contextual constraints and non-propositional effects in WhatsApp communication

Francisco Yus
2017 Journal of Pragmatics  
To account for the mediation of these qualities, the term contextual constraint was proposed, restricted to aspects that underlie the acts of communication and the users' interactions (i.e. they exist  ...  Needless to say, contextual constraints exist in every act of communication, not only Internet-mediated ones, but their influence is much more noticeable on the Internet, where interactions are often devoid  ...  the inferred balance of cognitive effects and mental effort during the relevance-seeking interpretation of messages.As a consequence of fewer options for contextualization in text-based WA interactions  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2017.04.003 fatcat:qeggbdewi5ch7invi6dc32hsg4

Contextual constraint and N + 2 preview effects in reading

Ralph Radach, Albrecht W. Inhoff, Lisa Glover, Christian Vorstius
2013 Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology  
Pairs of N + 2 words were selected so that contextual constraint was either high or low.  ...  The results revealed a substantial drop in fixation probability for word N + 1 when the N + 2 preview was masked with a nonword.  ...  contextual constraint on parafoveal word processing).  ... 
doi:10.1080/17470218.2012.761256 pmid:23394582 fatcat:rkfdoex3lbeshph7yfphn2hbea

The effect of contextual constraint on parafoveal processing in reading

Elizabeth R. Schotter, Michelle Lee, Michael Reiderman, Keith Rayner
2015 Journal of Memory and Language  
into constrained sentence contexts and in Experiment 2 we replicated the effects reported by Schotter (2013; in neutral sentence contexts) and Experiment 1 (in constrained contexts) in a within-subjects design  ...  ., initial letter capitalization), the type of relationship between preview and target, and as shown here, semantic constraint generated by the prior sentence context.  ...  We thank Jeff Elman, Denis Drieghe, and two anonymous reviewers for helpful feedback on previous drafts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.04.005 pmid:26257469 pmcid:PMC4525713 fatcat:cydyyzp4vrgwla5bioafummk64

Contextual movement constraints of others modulate motor preparation in the observer

Roman Liepelt, Markus Ullsperger, Katrin Obst, Stephanie Spengler, D. Yves von Cramon, Marcel Brass
2009 Neuropsychologia  
It has been argued that this direct matching of observed on executed actions is modulated by contextual factors.  ...  Our findings suggest that observed environmental constraints are automatically mapped onto the observer's motor system. Such a mapping of motor restraints might facilitate action understanding.  ...  Experiment 3 To test effects of environmental constraints with EEG, we had to adapt our experimental design.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2008.07.008 pmid:18680755 fatcat:bamu3ufllng6ncdysh2dkopapa

Latent Demand and Time Contextual Constraints to Outdoor Recreation in Sweden

Peter Fredman, Ulla Romild, Mike Yuan, Daniel Wolf-Watz
2011 Forests  
Three categories of time contextual constraints are identified and several of the constraints studied show variations across outdoor activities and socio-economic factors.  ...  Using data from a nationwide survey of 43 recreation activities, the study takes a time-contextual approach to reveal variations in recreation constraints across weekdays, weekends and holidays.  ...  Time Contextualized Constraints to Latent Demand The study results reveal three categories of constraints with respect to the time contextual approach used for this study (Tables 2 and 3 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/f3010001 fatcat:myn2aaenrrfpxfdr4yll23i7mm

Contextual constraints and the relevance discovery process: challenges facing knowledge gatekeepers in emerging economies

Andrei Kuznetsov, Olga Kuznetsova
2016 International Social Science Journal  
This situation puts significant pressure on a particular group of experts designated in the literature as "knowledge gatekeepers".  ...  Their role is particularly important when external information requires contextual interpretation in order to be considered useful by other members of the social group.  ...  One important constraint analysed in the paper is represented by the consequences of the contextual incongruity that restricts the ability of knowledge gatekeepers to rely on own embedded competencies  ... 
doi:10.1111/issj.12086 fatcat:ranl54q2y5cmfkl3aayapeqxpa

The Role of Contextual Constraints and Chronic Expectancies on Behavior Categorizations and Dispositional Inferences

Gifford Weary, Darcy A. Reich, Stephanie J. Tobin
2001 Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  
Evidence suggestive of a proceduralized form of correction for task difficulty (Studies 1 and 2) and an effortful, awareness-based correction for the constraint information and for chronic expectancies  ...  The authors examined the roles of chronic expectancies and other contextual information in the dispositional inference process within the domain of ability judgments.  ...  Evidence suggestive of a proceduralized form of correction for task difficulty (Studies 1 and 2) and an effortful, awareness-based correction for the constraint information and for chronic expectancies  ... 
doi:10.1177/0146167201271006 fatcat:ascop3bdtbexpk7dyp2ighvuie

Contextual Constraints in Situation Model Construction: An Investigation of Age and Reading Span

Carol J. Madden, Katinka Dijkstra
2009 Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition  
This study examined the effects of age and reading span on the ability to use contextual constraints during language comprehension.  ...  This effect of contextual match was especially pronounced in older high-span participants, consistent with models of cognitive aging in which surface level processing declines in older adulthood whereas  ...  Aging and Contextual Constraints  ... 
doi:10.1080/13825580902927604 pmid:19499379 fatcat:vr6k4cic4jdglk65q4drcf33la

Challenging fundraising, challenging inequity: contextual constraints on advocacy groups' policy influence

Sue Winton
2016 Critical Studies in Education  
Consequently, reporters regularly contact People for Education for their perspective on education issues.  ...  Privatization in and of public education includes for-profit management of public schools; charter schools, magnet schools, and other designs that require schools to compete for students; corporate partnerships  ... 
doi:10.1080/17508487.2016.1176062 fatcat:2wqwytosw5e6bmzrtlrcmoymr4
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