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Automated experimentation in ecological networks

Miguel Lurgi, David Robertson
2011 Automated Experimentation  
to be responsible for community organisation in ecological communities.  ...  Topological features encountered in complex networks have been proved to provide the systems they represent with interesting attributes such as robustness and stability, which in ecological systems translates  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework programme Marie Curie Actions. Grant agreement no.: 230618.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1759-4499-3-1 pmid:21554669 pmcid:PMC3117761 fatcat:mx62goenonc7par5u6uew4bqku

A review of attacks and security approaches in open multi-agent systems

Shahriar Bijani, David Robertson
2012 Artificial Intelligence Review  
, e.g. in emergency response, electronic commerce and cloud computing.  ...  A major practical limitation to such systems is security, because the very openness of such systems opens the doors to adversaries for exploit existing vulnerabilities.  ...  The whole system then enables agents to comply with a defined security policy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10462-012-9343-1 fatcat:ppins5fil5hztjftmzbgzknzli

Choreographing Web Services

Adam Barker, Christopher D. Walton, David Robertson
2009 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
for the enactment of distributed choreographies.  ...  MAP is evaluated by demonstrating the languages conformance to the Service Interaction Patterns, a collection of 13 recurring workflow patterns.  ...  Responses are expected within a given time frame, the interaction may complete successfully or not depending on the set of responses gathered.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2009.8 fatcat:z74v6tig3fac7pqfjiegw47fti

A 20-Year Community Roadmap for Artificial Intelligence Research in the US [article]

Yolanda Gil, Bart Selman
2019 arXiv   pre-print
for AI research and development over the next two decades.  ...  Future AI systems will rightfully be expected to reason effectively about the world in which they (and people) operate, handling complex tasks and responsibilities effectively and ethically, engaging in  ...  The AI system can mine the literature on materials, gathering information about past experiments and reporting the results in a way that is consistent with Charlie's existing database of past experiments  ... 
arXiv:1908.02624v1 fatcat:jza6i2tzufgeracsou77qukbu4

We hope ISCRAM2009 will match the expectations that were set at the preceding meetings, and we wish your participation in the sixth International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management to be an enjoyable and fruitful one. SUNDAY 10 th : PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS Hands-On Demo Session

Jonas Landgren, Bartel Van De Walle, David Mendonca, Julie Dugdale, Lucy Gunawan
For this purpose we developed an agent-based e-Response simulation environment fully integrated with the OpenKnowledge infrastructure and through which existing emergency plans are modelled and simulated  ...  This paper aims at investigating the capability of a novel approach (developed within the European project OpenKnowledge) to support centralized as well as decentralized architectures for information gathering  ... 

The 6th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management Photo Roster 1 Tina Comes Comes Decision Maps to cope with uncertainties in MCDA Decision Maps to cope with uncertainties in multi-criteria decision support systems. An integrated approach

Colloquium, Univ Germany, Claudio Sapateiro, Julie Dugdale, Narjes Bellamine, Ben Saoud, Steve Fortier, Raj Sharman, Simon French, Yasushi Sugimoto, Rego Granlund, Gaia Trecarichi (+9 others)
2009 th International ISCRAM Conference   unpublished
However, the fact that the information and knowledge brought together to form the basis for the decision making are of different type and certainty is usually not reflected in MCDA.  ...  Fuzzy reasoning deals with integrating vague and linguistic variables into the decision process.  ...  Moreover, a cross-national understanding of crisis management systems and ICT utilisation for crisis management obtained through the comparative study will establish a suitable starting point for further  ... 

The Promise of Prosperity: Visions of the Future in Timor-Leste

Sara Niner
2019 Anthropological Forum: a journal of social anthropology and comparative sociology  
The full licence terms are available at Cover design and layout by ANU Press. Cover photograph by Judith M. Bovensiepen. This edition  ...  The most common response was that this idea emerged long before Timor-Leste regained independence, during the resistance struggle against Indonesia.  ...  With economic production in view, this article again stresses the need for the state to develop and implement an adequate property system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00664677.2019.1654277 fatcat:un53l4pqwzg6pfizzhsvchy64i

Republicans ready a regulatory rollback

David Malakoff
2016 Science  
The goal of this exercise is to equip the lay reader with insights needed to spot similar deceptions in the future.  ...  For better or worse, such studies-and the centers that issue them-form a part of the participants in UCONN's faculty workshop for helpful comments and suggestions along the way.  ...  penalty exacted for violating that standard. 15 5 But James does not gather information on the cost of the citations, simply the number of them.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.354.6315.951 pmid:27884983 fatcat:d562hvbizvhedhocoi5o54qjhe

New Producer Contract Terms and Uncertainty: Lessons From the Recent Past

Patrick R.P. Heller, Perrine Toledano, Tehtena Mebratu-Tsegaye, David Mihalyi
A giant discovery is one exceeding 500 million barrels (mbbl) and giant fields are those with estimated ultimate recoverable reserves of 500 mbbl of oil or gas equivalent. See M.K.  ...  Victim-to-the-Presource-Curse.pdf. 9 In Mihalyi and Scurfield (2020), we show that the new finds increase volumes of oil and gas discovered at least fourfold (Senegal) and over tenfold in the other cases  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors thank Paul Bagabo, Nafi Chinery, Valérie Marcel, Thomas Mitro, Nasir Alfa Mohammed, Keith Myers, Thomas Scurfield, Amir Shafaie and Nicola Woodroffe for their helpful feedback  ... 
doi:10.7916/ncch-ay53 fatcat:6uawpqbre5ervlkoaxkxcws7da

Special Issue: E-Service Intelligence

Anton Železnikar, Matjaž Gams, Jožef Stefan, Drago Torkar, Jožef Stefan, Editorial Board, Juan Carlos, Augusto, Argentina, Costin Badica, Romania, Vladimir Batagelj (+19 others)
2010 unpublished
Service Science is an emergent interdisciplinary field aiming at the study of complex systems comprising humans, organizations and technologies engaged in value-added interactive processes.  ...  The article "Context-based Global Expertise in Recommendation Systems" by Vincenza Carchiolo, Alessandro Longheu, Michele Malgeri, and Giuseppe Mangioni introduces a model and method for context-based  ...  The work reported in this paper was supported by the Key Science- Technology Acknowledgement The author would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions that  ... 

Authoring of semantic mathematical content for learning on the web [article]

Paul Libbrecht, Universität Des Saarlandes, Universität Des Saarlandes
The Unicode consortium also gathers other writing traditions such as the numeric patterns, the date-formats, or ways of noting the money.  ...  The implementation enables authoring practices described in Section 4.7 to be considered as authoring patterns.  ...  MOT : My Online Teacher is an authoring tool for adaptive systems aiming at authoring for, at least, AHA! and Whurle. See [CS06] . MPL  ... 
doi:10.22028/d291-26390 fatcat:em3mua7hfzchxi55amhsxcbv2q