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Making Components Move: A Separation of Concerns Approach [chapter]

Dirk Pattinson, Martin Wirsing
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper introduces our calculus, and shows, that this separation of concerns leads to a perfect match between the logical, syntactical and algebraic theory.  ...  We present a new calculus for mobile systems, the main feature of which is the separation between dynamic and topological aspects of distributed computations.  ...  Separation of Concerns in Models of software architecture has also been addressed -albeit not in the context of mobile code -in [1, 11] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39656-7_21 fatcat:dp35nzosobez7pb3w5ipr74rhi

Novel Approaches Concerning the Numerical Modeling of Particle and Cell Separation in Microchannels: A Review

Ioannis H. Karampelas, Jenifer Gómez-Pastora
2022 Processes  
Nearly 70 articles are being reviewed and categorized depending on the type of material separated, fluid medium, software used, and experimental validation, with a brief description of some of the most  ...  In this article, we establish the theoretical basis governing fluid flow and particle separation and then summarize the computational work performed in the field of particle and cell separation in the  ...  In other words, if the polarizability of the particle is greater than that of the liquid, it makes the particle move towards the region with the highest electric field gradient [45] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/pr10061226 doaj:f5d428c88f844e56acd73e13035e4524 fatcat:raktbvmawnh4lmhtqzotiuzqjy

Embodied affectivity: on moving and being moved

Thomas Fuchs, Sabine C. Koch
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
Motion and emotion are thus intrinsically connected: one is moved by movement (perception; impression; affection 2 ) and moved to move (action; expression; e-motion).  ...  There is a growing body of research indicating that bodily sensation and behavior strongly influences one's emotional reaction toward certain situations or objects.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the national grant 01UB0930A to Sabine Koch and Thomas Fuchs for developing a theory model in the context of the project  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00508 pmid:24936191 pmcid:PMC4047516 fatcat:g5ugizqdtzghrfrs5wy4otubhm

Making self-disassembling objects with multiple components in the Robot Pebbles system

Kyle Gilpin, Kent Koyanagi, Daniela Rus
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
These algorithms allow the simultaneous formation of multiple different shapes from a single block of host material. The resulting shapes are allowed to intertwine in arbitrarily complex ways.  ...  We also present a proof that the algorithms operate correctly to form the desired shapes.  ...  It can form multiple shapes that are contiguous or separated by any number of unused modules.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2011.5980305 dblp:conf/icra/GilpinKR11 fatcat:qpnwcs3qjnflrelie65n4rqcty

Fast-Moving and Slow-Moving Institutions [chapter]

Gérard Roland
2008 Institutional Change and Economic Behaviour  
Notice also that the dual-track approach reduces reversal costs, which makes adopting it even more attractive.  ...  favorable track as far as their fast-moving institutions are concerned.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230583429_7 fatcat:gyaplnrmkbhylmuz6p4freqtzi

Decision making and the P300 component of the cortical evoked response

John W. Rohrbaugh, Emanuel Donchin, Charles W. Eriksen
1974 Perception & Psychophysics  
The amplitude of P300, and of other components of the evoked potential, was examined during a task which required Ss to make a response appropriate to the conjoint properties of two rapidly successive  ...  An appreciable degree of independence between P300 and other components was indicated by the appearance of P300 under conditions in which other evoked potential components were entirely refractory.  ...  separating S I and S2.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03213960 fatcat:pi7g5pazynf6birne4e6s3ab3e

Moving Words

Savina Raynaud
2020 Gestalt Theory  
The four Principles of FSP and the four factors of CD are highlighted, together with the related criticism that stems from a systematic work of corpus annotation, a true test procedure for any theory concerned  ...  The semantic and syntactic approach is summarized, as developed by Anton Marty, belonging to the Brentano school, and by Vilém Mathesius, founder of the Prague Linguistic Circle, as well as by Jan Firbas  ...  predicate (we move words) and as the head of a noun phrase, that is, as a whole, determined subject (words that move).  ... 
doi:10.2478/gth-2020-0004 fatcat:lvjypmlw4vbixh2xjy7zlztzwm

Data Moves

Tim Erickson, Michelle Wilkerson, William Finzer, Frieda Reichsman
2019 Technological Innovations in Statistics Education  
We argue that data moves should be a central component of what it means to engage in data analysis.  ...  ., 2018; Konold et al. 2014 ) has shown that quite young students understand and can use hierarchy, it seems a qualitatively different approach worth keeping separate for now.  ... 
doi:10.5070/t5121038001 fatcat:ktav7cqhr5d3jmykkpwkodgrke

Moving Java into mobile phones

G. Lawton
2002 Computer  
Separate hardware chips are more efficient but represent additional device components and cost. Java cores integrate some of both approaches.  ...  Meanwhile, there are many Java developers, which makes it easier for Moving Java into Mobile Phones George Lawton I n d u s t r y T r e n d s vendors of Java-enabled mobile devices to find people to  ... 
doi:10.1109/mc.2002.1009158 fatcat:dgi6qoimnfbwvgpanvppxuejhy

Roomware----moving toward ubiquitous computers

P. Tandler, N. Streitz, T. Prante
2002 IEEE Micro  
They worked with us in the context of the Future Office Dynamics consortium (http://www.future-office.de), which sponsored part of this work.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Jörg Geißler, Torsten Holmer, and Christian Müller-Tomfelde as well as many of our students for their valuable contributions to various parts of the i-Land project and the Ambiente  ...  The first design dimension entails five models that separate the basic concerns of roomware applications and make up the application model's structure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mm.2002.1134342 fatcat:mc7yjtyotfgohftny3ktd4uw4m

Understanding institutional change: Fast-moving and slow-moving institutions

Gérard Roland
2004 Studies in comparative international development  
A prime example of a slow-moving institution is "culture," including values, beliefs, and social norms.  ...  This article proposes a classification of institutions into "slow-moving"and "fastmoving"institutions.  ...  fast-moving institutions are concerned.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02686330 fatcat:n6jl6mwmvrbfrff7hpoq5ay7de

Moving on

William A. Anthony
2011 Psychiatric rehabilitation journal  
The table examines the implications for a local authority of moving to 'good local governance'.  ...  However, a corollary of this new concern to find wider mechanisms to deal with social, environmental and economic problems may even mean that local governance does not always require a local authority  ... 
doi:10.2975/35.1.2011.7.8 pmid:21768072 fatcat:mlbmr3slmbhphh2h65znrhprsa

Fungicide models are key components of multiple modelling approaches for decision-making in crop protection

Tito CAFFI, Vittorio ROSSI
2018 Phytopathologia Mediterranea  
Obtaining answers to these questions requires a multiple-modelling approach in which models for diseases are combined with those for plant growth and for the effects of fungicides.  ...  A new modelling approach is described that combines the main processes of mechanistic models with simple parameterisation based on laboratory experiments, practical knowledge, and technical information  ...  Fundamental components of fungicide modelling The following are important components in fungicide models: i) the physical mode of action (PMoA) of fungicides; ii) fungicide activity in relation to fungicide  ... 
doi:10.14601/phytopathol_mediterr-22471 doaj:961e7e1d443e4fa1a49f3b8f0e5c7356 fatcat:k4vojjcszzgkboiwypwqgqy7ti

A Moving Secular Trend and Moving Integration

Lincoln W. Hall
1925 Journal of the American Statistical Association  
Also the method should enable any recent item of data to be separated into its secular, seasonal and cyclical components. For this purpose it is proposed to use a moving secular trend.  ...  by first making chain indices of the three year integrals or -_ ; second making chain indices of the one aUj-1 ZOTw)s | Then 2utws _ 2% win give a D(u+w) j-1 L(utw)j-1 Duj-1 relative cycle which can be  ... 
doi:10.1080/01621459.1925.10502912 fatcat:4eppzuhsdvco3md55ucy7gmkba

Perspectives Moving Forward [chapter]

Uma Lele, Manmohan Agarwal, Brian C. Baldwin, Sambuddha Goswami
2021 Food for All  
In 2021, developed countries, led by the United States, had begun a recovery.  ...  The G20's contribution to the global architecture for food and agriculture has not met its potential relative to a promising early start.  ...  "Following the example of the Bank's successful shift in approach to natural disasters, moving from a responsive approach using emergency instruments to one that favors preemptive risk reduction and risk  ... 
doi:10.1093/oso/9780198755173.003.0014 fatcat:7q7ai5thezfnxmiqqt52gtwg3a
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