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May I Take Your Order? On the Interplay Between Time and Order in Process Mining [article]

Wil M.P. van der Aalst, Luis Santos
2021 arXiv   pre-print
To further complicate matters, also causally unrelated events may be ordered in time. The fact that one event is followed by another does not imply that the former causes the latter.  ...  Process mining starts from event data. The ordering of events is vital for the discovery of process models. However, the timestamps of events may be unreliable or imprecise.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Stiftung and the NHR Center for Computational Engineering Sciences (NHR4CES) for supporting our research.  ... 
arXiv:2107.03937v1 fatcat:pew6khymtjg2fn4f2hb4gxt4ze

Knowing Systemic Rules Revisited From Stages of Disorder to Second Order Towards Positive Delinquency. A True Story

Desa Markovic
2019 Murmurations: journal of transformative systemic practice  
The relationships between stages are not based on a paradigm of linear development.  ...  This paper proposes a Model of Stages to describe the processes of learning and understanding the systemic approach.  ...  Acknowledgements For the existence of this paper, I particularly blame: John Burnham, one of the greatest positive delinquents, most courageous master in the art of risk-taking, of playing with the impossible  ... 
doi:10.28963/2.2.8 fatcat:6jvzhymhmze6tbkybbqyxqbblu

Examining the Ordering of Rhetorical Strategies in Persuasive Requests [article]

Omar Shaikh, Jiaao Chen, Jon Saad-Falcon, Duen Horng Chau, Diyi Yang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We then visualize interplay between content and strategy through an attentional LSTM that predicts the success of textual requests.  ...  Arranging the order of the message itself (i.e., ordering specific rhetorical strategies) also plays an important role.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. We thank the members of Georgia Tech's SALT Lab and Dr. Lelia Glass for their feedback on this work.  ... 
arXiv:2010.04625v2 fatcat:ycj77ij5dvhxbpzt2husxf2ety

Not Quite What the Doctor Ordered

Lizabeth Roemer
1999 Contemporary Psychology  
: mine, not yours.)  ...  In addition to the inconsistency between the book con- tent and its apparent target audience, there is, at times, a lack of clarity in what the au- thor is arguing.  ... 
doi:10.1037/001964 fatcat:jrglc6y5endtvidrhj6m3hckiu

Higher Order Mutation Testing

Yue Jia, Mark Harman
2009 Information and Software Technology  
single processing mode and 4.7 times faster in multi-processing mode, on average.  ...  The Find program takes an integer array A and an index value i and sorts the array so that any element on the left of A(i) is less than or equal to A(i) and any element on the right of A(i) is greater  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2009.04.016 fatcat:yzpqrdv2mngwbpp43ucjap4sv4

Not All the Bots Are Created Equal: The Ordering Turing Test for the Labeling of Bots in MMORPGs

Stefano De Paoli
2017 Social Media + Society  
Contrary to this view, this article argues that Turing Tests are one of the ways in which authentic relationships between humans and bots take place.  ...  This article contributes to the research on bots in Social Media.  ...  While the invitation to take seriously the interactions between (ro)bots and people is crucial for research, in this article I argued for a different position on shifting attention from the question of  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305117741851 fatcat:ocnovzu3k5hvhk4j5sktfb6774

Is Teaching Still Possible? Writing, Meaning, and Higher Order Reasoning

Ann E. Berthoff
1984 College English  
Get your thesis statement. . . . Say what you really think. . . . Go over your paper and take out all unnecessary words." But exhortation, whether left-Ann E.  ...  For Professor Cooper it is clearly not part of the procedure for describing, much less for producing, "texts" to take into account the heuristic powers of language or the interplay of feedback and what  ... 
doi:10.2307/377206 fatcat:tkfrxbv5hbh2bbue5igpid43ri

Reconsidering Zeus' Order: The Reconciliation of Apollo and Hermes

Christopher Bungard
2012 Classical World  
Whereas Apollo eliminates his rivals in order to establish himself permanently, Hermes exploits unexplored potentials in order to create space alongside the established gods in the Olympian order.  ...  Apollo's reliance on the established world, partially marked by the knowledge of εἰδέναι, is insufficient in understanding Hermes, who aligns himself with the flexible capacity of νόος.  ...  We know our parents since we have heard the renowned words of mortal men, but by sight, you have not yet seen mine, nor I yours.  ... 
doi:10.1353/clw.2012.0029 fatcat:bpipzrj355acpjifcm6fz7j4nq

Goethe in Naples: a Morphology of Ordered Chaos

Denise Marina Spampinato
2012 California Italian Studies  
Goethe in Naples: A Morphology of Ordered Chaos Denise Spampinato If I did not take such interest in the things of Nature and see that there are ways of sorting out and comparing hundreds of observations  ...  What you see is condensation and expansion, a spiral progression, refinement of form. But to your physical eye the primal plant can never appear because your eyes cannot see the sequence of time.  ... 
doi:10.5070/c331012156 fatcat:g47acypw6nfj3mx6b22bi6c2fu

Higher-Order Vagueness and Numbers of Distinct Modalities

Susanne Bobzien
2014 Disputatio  
This paper shows that the following common assumption is false: that in modal-logical representations of higher-order vagueness, for there to be borderline cases to borderline cases ad infinitum, the number  ...  of possible distinct modalities in a modal system must be infinite.  ...  On the one hand, taking the distinction between work and object seriously makes this qua-talk unnecessary.  ... 
doi:10.2478/disp-2014-0009 fatcat:7vn4hvuaezgxrnzicvxxyhzcyu

On the Nature of Norms: Biology, Morality, and the Disruption of Order

Owen D. Jones
2001 Social Science Research Network  
REv. 1643; Symposium, Law and the Legal Process, 50 STAN. L. REV. 607 (1998); Symposium, The Legal Implications of Psychology: Human Behavior, Behavioral Economics, and the Law, 51 VAND. L.  ...  REV. 1497 (1998); Symposium, Social Norms, Social Meaning, and  ...  The adaptive advantage these inclinations provided leave us psychologically uncomfortable when social order is disrupted.l There is therefore a dynamic interplay between the erosion of norms and the process  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.248391 fatcat:xekgyquf4bfntp57eik7elwmhe

Against polanyi-centrism: Hayek and the re-emergence of "spontaneous order"

John P. Bladel
2005 The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics  
For a more recent article on Hayek and the spontaneous order tradition, see Horwitz (2001). is known for making a number of important contributions to economics and social thought.  ...  This tradition was expanded upon by the Austrian School of economics, first by Carl Menger in the late nineteenth century and then by Hayek in the twentieth century.  ...  I have argued this many times and I believe even hinted at the point which you now so brilliantly elaborate . . . there is no difference between us on this point, and . . . your argument beautifully supplements  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12113-005-1001-x fatcat:swvcc7xkdbewnnf2nypw637lz4

5. Whose Orders? Chinese Popular God Temple Networks and the Rise of Chinese Mahāyāna Buddhist Monasteries in Southeast Asia [chapter]

Kenneth Dean, R. Michael Feener, Anne M. Blackburn
2019 Buddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia  
For contemporary developments among the Qādiriyya and the Shādhiliyya orders as they established local forms in more westerly sections of the Indian Ocean world, see Anne K.  ...  Bang, Islamic Sufi Networks in the Western Indian Ocean, c. 1880-1940 (Leiden: Brill, 2014  ...  Geoffroy's distinction may be valid for that period, but I do not believe it makes sense for other times and places. 14.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780824877200-006 fatcat:xxd5yikf7bfwdi3s6v4lw4d4qa

"Finishing One Big Adventure in Order to Embark on Another": Exploring University Research Blogs

Renáta Tomášková
2019 Research in Language  
, identifies significant communication strategies, and explores the roles the blogs may serve in communicating science to the diverse audiences they potentially address.  ...  The article focuses on blogs related to research activities of the academic community.  ...  This article is an output of the internal grant project SGS10/FF/2017 Communicating Across Cultures: Local and Translocal Features of Genres in Online and Offline Environment at the University of Ostrava  ... 
doi:10.18778/1731-7533.17.3.03 fatcat:omynm3fxqvaepfedzcpivq6ty4

Varieties of Moral Orders and the Dual Structure of Society: A Perspective from Positioning Theory

Luk Van Langenhove
2017 Frontiers in Sociology  
This will allow to develop a typology of moral orders that distinguishes between cultural, legal, institutional, conversational, and personal moral orders.  ...  The final part of the paper will introduce the concept of position, as used in Positioning Theory, as a fourth mediating concept to advance the analysis of moral orders as structures and relate it to the  ...  The interplay between agency and structure can therefore be seen as related to the positions people take at any time: there are the positions that are imposed by the structure and the positions to go against  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsoc.2017.00009 fatcat:ihtcer4xjjgnfbsgudbkv5ys2i
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