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Domains: Safe sharing among actors

Joeri De Koster, Stefan Marr, Theo D'Hondt, Tom Van Cutsem
2015 Science of Computer Programming  
Our solution proposes domains and synchronization views to solve the issues without compromising on the semantic properties of the actor model.  ...  The tradeoff is that the actor model sacrifices expressiveness and efficiency with respect to parallel access to shared state.  ...  In this paper, we propose domains, an extension to the actor model that enables safe, expressive and efficient sharing among actors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2014.02.008 fatcat:voqzbbwywba5zjls7danccnlpi

Domain Analysis for Interdisciplinary Knowledge Domains

María J. López-Huertas
2015 Knowledge organization  
This happens in the actors' interaction stage and along the research process.  ...  Interaction and consensus among all participants are expected in ID research.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2015-8-570 fatcat:m4uvudum4fctlcvj4gh5z2smnq

Domain E: Equity [chapter]

Colin Ray Anderson, Janneke Bruil, M. Jahi Chappell, Csilla Kiss, Michel Patrick Pimbert
2020 Agroecology Now!  
DOMAIN E: EQUITY DOMAIN E: EQUITY DOMAIN E: EQUITY DOMAIN E: EQUITY DOMAIN E: EQUITY DOMAIN E: EQUITY  ...  Improved gender equality and the empowerment of rural women can drive various aspects of agroecology, including improved nutrition and increased crop and genetic diversity among others (De Schutter and  ...  Open Access This chapter is licensed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ by/4.0/), which permits use, sharing, adaptation  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-61315-0_8 fatcat:laxm2lihbzfgfait3t6oqoupom

Domains: Sharing state in the communicating event-loop actor model

Joeri De Koster, Stefan Marr, Tom Van Cutsem, Theo D׳Hondt
2016 Computer languages, systems & structures  
In this paper we present domains as a set of novel language abstractions for safely encapsulating and sharing state within the actor model.  ...  We introduce four types of domains, namely immutable, isolated, observable and shared domains that each are tailored to a certain access pattern on that shared state.  ...  The goal of this work is to enable safe and expressive state sharing among actors in a pure actor language.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cl.2016.01.003 fatcat:g3tfpfojnrhpzhvxwxwatokgam

Distributed Situation Awareness in Nuclear, Chemical, and Maritime Domains

S. Nazir, P.V. Rodrigues Carvalho, K.I. Overgard, J. Orlando Gomesd, M. Borgese, D. Manca
2015 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
The complex interconnections among various artifacts are explained and their significance is assessed.  ...  and transportation (i.e. road, maritime, and aviation) industries are composed of various nested sub-systems where smooth coordination and communication are essential features to achieve continuous and safe  ...  transferable among research domains.  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1543333 doaj:a3c2c3e147864f9a993be431a74435a3 fatcat:qxotve7fibbppkpox2fb5khmp4

Blockchain Applications in the Agri-Food Domain: The First Wave

Giorgio Alessandro Motta, Bedir Tekinerdogan, Ioannis N. Athanasiadis
2020 Frontiers in Blockchain  
We identified and studied six case studies, in which blockchain has been used to address issues of trust and transparency, and to facilitate information sharing among agri-food chain stakeholders.  ...  Authors conclude that the potential implementation of a blockchain system will help the grain supply chain reduce the information sharing costs among the actors, however legal obstacles may rise due to  ...  Task automation is also significant, especially as it allows to reduce the transaction costs of the among the actors of the agri-food industry.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2020.00006 fatcat:q7p7xlkh4vfylakq2ptwlixhly

Children's Right to Water as a Contested Domain: Gendered reflections from India

Nandita Singh, Per Wickenberg, Karsten Åström, Håkan Hydén
2008 Development : Journal of the Society for International Development  
is not ensured, leading to several water-borne diseases among children.  ...  Consequently, castes of similar ranking alone are entitled to share localities and water resources.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100459 fatcat:mgxro7hf2rd7tai5t2lyzzfcii

Modular Domain Adaptation [article]

Junshen K. Chen and Dallas Card and Dan Jurafsky
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce two lightweight techniques for this scenario, and demonstrate that they reliably increase out-of-domain accuracy on four multi-domain text classification datasets when used with linear and  ...  However, without access to source data it is difficult to account for domain shift, which represents a threat to validity.  ...  Thus, we encourage CSS researchers to produce and share such models, even if the raw data itself cannot be shared.  ... 
arXiv:2204.14213v1 fatcat:cf7u2ucy4nesflgxjbb44ejc6y

Policy Search in Continuous Action Domains: an Overview [article]

Olivier Sigaud, Freek Stulp
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Among other things, it uses a bound on the Kullback-Leibler divergence between policies at successive iterations to ensure safe and efficient exploration.  ...  All these methods share a lot of similarities.  ... 
arXiv:1803.04706v5 fatcat:llh4j5js5reopegwduelivxxm4

Toward rigorous design of domain-specific distributed systems

Mohammed Al-Mahfoudh, Ganesh Gopalakrishnan, Ryan Stutsman
2016 Proceedings of the 4th FME Workshop on Formal Methods in Software Engineering - FormaliSE '16  
To that end, we present DS2 -a domain-specific language and integrated framework for specifying, synthesizing, and reasoning.  ...  Instead, a developer states their underlying network and failure model assumptions and then can express safe primarybackup among a set of peers in a single line: • together Main, S1, S2 form the replication  ...  Almost all naming conventions in DS2 are borrowed from Akka's, except renaming Actor to Agent to avoid confusion between implementational and model aspects. Agents do not share state.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2897667.2897674 dblp:conf/icse/Al-MahfoudhGS16 fatcat:44dsygtvurg33knjwgngca3aqq

'DISTURBING POTENTIAL': MILITARY OPERATIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA DOMAIN

Marcin SZYMAŃSKI
1970 Politeja  
'DISTURBING POTENTIAL': MILITARY OPERATIONS IN SOCIAL MEDIA DOMAIN The author of the article pursues several vignettes drafted in the course of the military and academic discussions, related to the social  ...  actors. 13 Multidimensional cyber domain with its available, interactive tools, provides a perfect ground for debating over the strategic visions.  ...  Such application of the Web2.0 platforms is also characteristic for 'irregular warfare' , which is defined as a violent struggle among state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over the relevant  ... 
doi:10.12797/politeja.14.2017.50.08 fatcat:g7nq3ccneffgxnucmveh7coguu

Common Information Sharing on Maritime Domain - A Qualitative Study on European Maritime Authorities' Cooperation

Ilkka Tikanmäki
2017 Proceedings of the 9th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management  
Common Information Sharing on Maritime Domain -A Qualitative Study on European Maritime AuthoritiesâȂŹ Cooperation.  ...  This qualitative study brings out European Union projects FiNCISE, EUCISE and MARISA together with authorities' cooperation in maritime domain.  ...  COMMON INFORMATION SHARING IN MARITIME DOMAIN The main guiding factor for the Common Information Sharing Environment (CISE) mechanism is to permit that information collected for the specific purpose by  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006582502830290 dblp:conf/ic3k/Tikanmaki17 fatcat:7k6pbaqwbrartp7sbteu7wfk34

1. The Terrain of Planning Theory [chapter]

1988 Planning in the Public Domain  
Personal or shared beliefs about the world-the ideologies of actors-are an important obstacle to gaining objective knowledge.  ...  The apparent lack of concern among planners about the values of actors would seem to contribute to the overall irrationality of technocratic planning.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780691214009-004 fatcat:btjr3cyk75cpzc77pjlfqzd7ue

Pico: A Domain-Specific Language For Data Analytics Pipelines

Claudia Misale, Marco Aldinucci, Guy Tremblay
2017 Zenodo  
Although each tool claims to provide better programming, data and execution models—for which only informal (and often confusing) semantics is generally provided—all share a common under- lying model, namely  ...  Second, we propose a programming environment based on such layered model in the form of a Domain-Specific Language (DSL) for processing data collections, called PiCo (Pipeline Composition). T [...]  ...  Similarly to Flink, pipeline parallelism is exploited among successive actors.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.579753 fatcat:aadje57qh5hk3ijmqn4j7vkhpm

Distributing Responsibilities for Climate Adaptation: Examples from the Water Domain

Neelke Doorn, Lieke Brackel, Sara Vermeulen
2021 Sustainability  
The examples from the water domain differ in terms of their primary beneficiaries and the extent to which they are prone to collective action problems.  ...  It is a way of risk sharing among a collective and, in that sense, it requires the participation of a large enough number of people so that the risk can indeed reasonably be shared.  ...  We take, as a starting point, that people have the human right to a safe environment and that the state is the primarily responsible actor to ensure this right [11] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13073676 fatcat:3b24cbmbbnhw3ndylihwru4gqa
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