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Is subtitling equally effective everywhere? A first cross-national study on the reception of interlingually subtitled messages

Elisa Perego, Monika Laskowska, Anna Matamala, Aline Remael, Isabelle S. Robert, Agnieszka Szarkowska, Anna Vilaró, Sara Bottiroli
2016 Across Languages and Cultures  
.; Szarkowska, Agnieszka; Vilaró, Anna; Bottiroli, Sara (2016) "Is subtitling equally effective everywhere? A first cross-national study on the reception of interlingually subtitled messages?"  ...  It is known that the way audiovisual material is processed may depend on the nature of the audiovisual message (Grimes 1991) .  ...  For this reason, varying message complexity might pose a limit to the effectiveness of subtitles, especially for those populations who are traditionally less familiar with it and for vulnerable audiences  ... 
doi:10.1556/084.2016.17.2.4 fatcat:myktb7sy5vhv5hjie7nvxycucy

From Almost Everywhere to Everywhere: Byzantine Agreement with $\tilde{O}(n^{3/2})$ Bits [chapter]

Valerie King, Jared Saia
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work extends the authors' work on scalable almost everywhere agreement.  ...  messages for that round.  ...  [Almost everywhere to everywhere universe reduction] Let be any positive constant and assume n processors are connected in the full information, asynchronous, message passing communication model, with  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04355-0_47 fatcat:ygohqpn24vbfjido66fp53pgga

An empirical study of a scalable Byzantine agreement algorithm

Olumuyiwa Oluwasanmi, Jared Saia, Valerie King
2010 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing, Workshops and Phd Forum (IPDPSW)  
Our algorithm assumes a partially synchronous communication model, where any message sent from one honest player to another honest player needs at most ∆ time steps to be received and processed by the  ...  Almost Everywhere to Everywhere In this section, we describe the Almost Everywhere to Everywhere protocol of [8] .  ...  Moreover, as expected, the slope for our algorithm is about 1/2, since the almost everywhere to everywhere part of the algorithm requires each node to sendÕ(n 1/2 ) messages.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdpsw.2010.5470874 dblp:conf/ipps/OluwasanmiSK10 fatcat:ufjofqnegnhnffg3gf2dmvgi4u

Service-Oriented Architecture: One Size Fits Nobody [chapter]

Christoph Bussler
2008 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Service provider receives and sends messages "Message-based" approach All interactions between service requester and service provider take place over messages . . .  ...  ., list all web services that check if a given address is a real address Necessary invocations over queuing interface by sending and receiving messages Service requester sends and receives messages  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88710-2_5 fatcat:h5uxgkqtpvcyllpofntjzmyf5u

Load Balanced Scalable Byzantine Agreement through Quorum Building, with Full Information [chapter]

Valerie King, Steven Lonargan, Jared Saia, Amitabh Trehan
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We consider a message passing, full information model: the adversary is malicious, controls a constant fraction of processors, and can view all messages in a round before sending out its own messages for  ...  Furthermore, each bad processor may send an unlimited number of messages.  ...  Theorem 2 (Almost everywhere to everywhere-asynchronous). Let n be the number of processors in a fully asynchronous full information message passing model with a nonadaptive adversary.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-17679-1_18 fatcat:gup6mwvfiza3tfzu4k2w7zoqn4

Page 273 of The American Ecclesiastical Review Vol. 139, Issue 4 [page]

1958 The American Ecclesiastical Review  
Of course, in stating that Mary has everywhere destroyed all the heresies throughout the world, the Church by no means wishes to foster the implication that pure and integral Catholic doctrine is everywhere  ...  And, because the message which the Cath- olic Church presents to the people as divine revelation is actually the message of Christ, the Incarnate Word of God, the defense of that message against doctrinal  ... 

Page 562 of Journal of World History Vol. 20, Issue 4 [page]

2009 Journal of World History  
“It must nestle everywhere, settle everywhere, establish connections everywhere.” ?  ...  Each station had a mast with moveable arms and flags to relay numerically coded messages, which could be relayed in ten minutes from one end of the line to the other.  ... 

Breaking the O(n^2) Bit Barrier: Scalable Byzantine agreement with an Adaptive Adversary [article]

Valerie King, Jared Saia
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Moreover, our algorithm works in the presence of flooding: processors controlled by the adversary can send out any number of messages.  ...  Almost Everywhere to Everywhere We call a processor knowledgeable if it is good and agrees on a message m. Otherwise, if it is good, it is confused.  ...  Note that the Almost Everywhere Byzantine Agreement protocol falls within this restrictive model, but the Almost Everywhere to Everywhere protocol does not, as the decision of whether a message is listened  ... 
arXiv:1002.4561v1 fatcat:ittfozzzb5fulpbdox4hwoezp4

Page 313 of Interpretation Vol. 66, Issue 3 [page]

2012 Interpretation  
To call Paul’s missionary efforts a “sect” and to affirm that “everywhere it is spoken against,” reveals the suspicion, and lifts up the uncertainty, with which the message of Jesus and the kingdom of  ...  Paul’s message, rooted in Jesus’ life, death, and resur- rection, doubtless presented a deviant message to the more cohesive culture of Israel.  ... 

Page 838 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 123, Issue 246 [page]

1915 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
He heralds a message; he declares a will ; he sets out a way. And all this he does with a winsomeness and harm which gain a sympathy with his message.  ...  It is everywhere marked by sincerity, alertness, thoughtful ness, and by a certain persuasiveness which is very impressive.  ... 

Page 164 of Interpretation Vol. 2, Issue 2 [page]

1948 Interpretation  
In the first part of the fortieth chapter he sounds a message of comfort; in the central part, a message of assurance; in the third part, a message of hope.  ...  All the way through, as everywhere else, the whole man spoke to the entire personality of the hearer.  ... 

Page 888 of The London Quarterly and Holborn Review Vol. 123, Issue 246 [page]

1915 The London Quarterly and Holborn Review  
He heralds a message; he declares a will ; he sets out a way. And all this he does with a winsomeness and charm which gain a sympathy with his message.  ...  It is everywhere marked by sincerity, alertness, thoughtful- ness, and by a certain persuasiveness which is very impressive.  ... 

Page 443 of Leslie's Weekly Vol. 124, Issue 3215 [page]

1917 Leslie's Weekly  
significance of this lofty message was received with limitless rejoicing.  ...  If out of the 4 exact fulfilment have everywhere been interpreted as bringing new hope and emerge triumphant, the million id  ... 

Page 613 of New Church Review Vol. 12, Issue 4 [page]

1905 New Church Review  
But this is the Lord’s message, and here as everywhere, He speaks in a double language, His words are true in time and in eternity, in history and in spirit; while charging the Jews with external corruption  ...  The message of the book to us is one of soul experience more than world history.  ... 

Scalable Communication Endpoints for MPI+Threads Applications

Rohit Zambre, Aparna Chandramowlishwaran, Pavan Balaji
2018 2018 IEEE 24th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Systems (ICPADS)  
In the MPI-everywhere model, each MPI process has a dedicated set of communication resources (also known as endpoints), which is ideal for performance but is resource wasteful.  ...  Hybrid MPI+threads programming is gaining prominence as an alternative to the traditional "MPI everywhere'" model to better handle the disproportionate increase in the number of cores compared with other  ...  The design of our message-rate benchmark is adopted from perftest [4] . The loop of a thread iterates until all its messages are completed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/padsw.2018.8645059 dblp:conf/icpads/ZambreCB18 fatcat:5e4swxisvvgs7jelr24ezqbt3y
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