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Formal Evaluation of Persona Trustworthiness with EUSTACE [chapter]

Shamal Faily, David Power, Philip Armstrong, Ivan Fléchais
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present a framework for eliciting and specifying formal models of persona behaviour that a persona might, in certain circumstances, engage in.  ...  We also summarise our preliminary work to date evaluating this framework.  ...  We devised the EUSTACE (Evaluating the Usability, Security, and Trustworthiness of Ad-hoc Collaborative Environments) framework to formally identify untrustworthy behaviour hidden in persona descriptions  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38908-5_20 fatcat:2u3k6anrwrczhadyvf7ylxehfq

Gulfs of expectation: eliciting and verifying differences in trust expectations using personas

Shamal Faily, David Power, Ivan Fléchais
2016 Journal of Trust Management  
By evaluating these differences in expectation against a formal representation of a system, we demonstrate how differences between the anticipated user and developer mental models of the system can be  ...  Personas are a common tool used in Human Computer Interaction to represent the needs and expectations of a system's stakeholders, but they are also grounded in large amounts of qualitative data.  ...  Acknowledgements The research described in the paper was funded by the EPSRC EUSTACE project (R24401/GA001).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40493-016-0025-9 fatcat:3dzb2bycrbf6jm4pjigptrtj5y

The House of Experiment in Seventeenth-Century England

Steven Shapin
1988 Isis  
The house of experiment in seventeenth-century England. Isis 79 (3) : 373-404. Published Version  ...  Even in legal writings centrally concerned with the evaluation of testimony, the need to spell out the grounds of persons' differential credibility was apparently rarely felt; see, e.g., Shapiro, Probability  ...  Boyle was away from Oxford for extended periods, staying sometimes at a house in Chelsea, sometimes with Katherine in London, and sometimes with another sister, Mary Rich, Countess of Warwick, at Leese  ... 
doi:10.1086/354773 fatcat:qww4sb632zchpdjrxq2cnalbfi

"Helping you to pay us": Rapport management in debt collection call centre encounters

Leigh Harrington
2018 Journal of Politeness Research  
, unpredictability and potential volatility of debt collection encounters.  ...  In turn, this may contribute to a culture of sanctioned face-attacks in call centres (Archer and Jagodziński 2015).  ...  Acknowledgements: I would like to thank Electrik for their cooperation with this research, the reviewers of a previous version of this paper for their incredibly valuable feedback, and the Department of  ... 
doi:10.1515/pr-2018-0013 fatcat:3jo66lfqhfgpxnuix3d6v24jra

Feeling middle class: sensory perception in Victorian literature and culture

Megan Ward
This work extends both broad considerations of bodily class formation and specific Victorianist interest in the senses by delineating a form of self-fashioning that was considered sustainable at mid-century  ...  The third and fourth chapters show how Anthony Trollope's The Eustace Diamonds and Thomas Hardy's The Woodlanders diminish the narrative drive of individual mobility.  ...  The Eustace Diamond evaluates its own process of copying and the different valences of truth and fidelity in that process.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t3qc03vv fatcat:5yxbdpmuhngehiigos6yfvbkce

Legal and literary discourse on the jury in the Victorian period [article]

Kathleen Adelaide Shapley
The statement also supports the idea that Trollope's use of the law extends beyond satire and sensationalism to connect to the shaping of his authorial persona.  ...  In keeping with the pattern of ridiculing the lawyer in the abstract and championing the individual attorney, Eustace's lawyer gives a bravura performance.  ...  James hopes to hire additional counsel to represent Eustace; however, a "man of weight and experience" (97) is expensive, and they do not have the means to retain such a lawyer.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2b599 fatcat:lo7cpp5vfnhllctcgx4mvddlhm

The recirculation plot

Patrick R. Chappell
This project establishes plot as a medium for seeing the relationship between the material history of reusability and the formal history of narrative design.  ...  This dissertation explores the many second-order economies of nineteenth-century Britain—salvage, recycling, black markets, and imperial plunder—and their relationship to the history of plot design in  ...  Modern critics tend to evaluate detective fiction primarily by the formal ingenuity of its mystery plot, particularly the management of material clues. Generic parameters exist.  ... 
doi:10.7282/t30k2bj1 fatcat:7noxfio2jvdlzlgih3vlq7jhye

Round the Corner: Pawnbroking in the Victorian Novel

Jennifer Tate Becker
Despite her own aristocratic background, she is often at odds with the formalities of life among the nobility, and escapes into fantasy to cope with the pressure.  ...  He also undergoes multiple evaluations of his character.  ...  The ticket was printed with the name of the shop and contained a description of the item and the loan amount, as well as the date.  ... 
doi:10.7936/k77h1gpq fatcat:ohcj4iscjbhanpojpx57vc7rki

Kronos Philosophical Journal, vol.III/2014 [article]

Thomas Pangle, Ewa Atanassow, Gabriel Pihas, Joseph C. Macfarland, Marek A. Cichocki, Ivan Dimitrijević, Paulina Sosnowska, Andrzej Serafin, Bartosz Kuźniarz, Andrzej Księżopolski, Irena Księżopolska, Halszka Witkowska (+6 others)
2014 Zenodo  
The papers presented in the annual might be of interest to the readers from outside Poland, allowing them to familiarize themselves with the dynamic thought of contemporary Polish authors, as well as entirely  ...  The third issue opens with a previously unpublished passage from Leo Strauss's lectures on Aristotle.  ...  The emancipation of Russia is an absolute condition of the emancipation of Europe, and thus of the future harmonious and progressive activity of the European or Christian world.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3246840 fatcat:5rkzy7vfyzh2dboozguulyzre4

Beastly humans: ambivalence, dependent dissidence, and metamorphosis in the fiction of Saki

Brian Gibson
permission of the copyright owner.  ...  I'lnternet, preter, distribuer et vendre des theses partout dans le monde, a des fins commerciales ou autres, sur support microforme, papier, electronique et/ou autres formats. i * i Canada Reproduced with  ...  Without the friendship of Peentoo Patel, the support of my parents, Gail and Jim Gibson, and of course the counsel and love of Robin Dumford, who has been with me through every loop, plunge, and crest  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-2h4w-yp07 fatcat:ie74uimxqvbufjrce7sle3yc3q

Nursing Professionalism: The View from the Starting Line [article]

Robyn Stewart, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, Gayle Rutherford
The study findings suggest that the experience of professionalism for these informants can be thematically expressed as relationship based: relationships with self, with patients and families, with colleagues  ...  A focused ethnography was conducted over a four month period, with the purpose of discovering how nursing students understood and then defined, nursing professionalism.  ...  Gayle Rutherford, for her steadfast support and encouragement of me and of my work. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/27151 fatcat:dm33lmszlzbaxm6s7bxr6rcs74

The larger pattern : formal and thematic links between selected novels and shorter fictions by Joseph Conrad

Caroline Gail Fraser
ties with Lord Jim and Under Western Eyes.  ...  While the most significant links between these five short fictions and Conrad's novels are formal rather than thematic, in the case of "Heart of Darkness" and "The Secret Sharer" there are important thematic  ...  patch of trustworthy bottom" (AMS2).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0097047 fatcat:2xz5c55dxnglrhbbd3byp3khw4

"Writing as conversation" : the novels of Henry Green with an annotated bibliography on Green

Gail Fraser
By comparing Green with these novelists and others such as Jane Austen, Dickens, Henry James, and Virginia Woolf, one can consider and evaluate more effectively his techniques of communication.  ...  Some of the aspects of conversation as a living art as well as a literary art are also discussed, with particular emphasis on the delight in process rather than in the finished product.  ...  " The mechanics and mathematics of plot," for instance, provide an evaluation of the characters through the wit and contrivance of the formal structure--"something mechanical encrusted on the living  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0093441 fatcat:hha7hi3ha5b6jiio5u6aq2jyta

'What Would Jesus Do?': Toward a Grounded Theory of Born-Again Christians' Process of Sanctification and Therapeutic Implications

Elspeth Darley
Results: The dominant reason born-again clients have poor agreement with therapeutic treatment is that their theory of sanctification conflicts with psychological theories of transformation.  ...  Nowhere more so than with Christian clients who, due to the recent and rapid growth of 'born-again' Independent Protestantism, have largely evaded psychological inquiry.  ...  as personas.  ... 
doi:10.15123/uel.89940 fatcat:5khbkg5z4rai5hfaal55pbfdre

The Society of Mad Scientists: Scientists and Social Networking in the Victorian Novel

Shawn Robert Parkison
thought experiments for dealing with hazardous scientists and hazardous science.  ...  It makes a claim for a spectrum of hazardous scientists from the beneficial to the truly mad and argues that the primary difference between them is a matter of socialization.  ...  The nature of Jekyll's formal scientific socialization, his membership in the Royal Society, is in line with a scientist engaged in abstract and inwardly focused work and suggests a concern with social  ... 
doi:10.25394/pgs.12567377 fatcat:mwxspz46zjdaxn7qautg5d4xqa
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