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Real Benefit of Promises and Advice [chapter]

Klaus Ambos-Spies, Ulrike Brandt, Martin Ziegler
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We advertise constant-size advice and explore its theoretical impact on the complexity of classification problems -a natural generalization of promise problems -and on real functions and operators.  ...  Promises are a standard way to formalize partial algorithms; and advice quantifies nonuniformity.  ...  Theorem Benefit of 2-Fold Advice to Function Maximization The computable functions constructed in Theorem 11b) exhibit the positive effects (in the sense of complexity-reducing) of discrete advice to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39053-1_1 fatcat:tqppbmbfi5a5tow6q3k7tjafue

High Court of Justice. Queen's Bench Division. Walker v. Matthews

Edmund H. Bennett
1882 The American Law Register (1852-1891)  
Probably this arises most frequently in regard to real estate, and the rule seems to be well settled that, at common law and independent of statute, the real owner is not liable.  ...  Probably this arises most frequently in regard to real estate, and the rule seems to be well settled that, at common law and independent of statute, the real owner is not liable.  ...  expense or making the improvements upon real estate under a bona fide belief of title some mode of redress, either by way of lien or otherwise, against the real owner, or at least against the property  ... 
doi:10.2307/3305040 fatcat:4dolq2g7k5cxbobvsgu4yem66u

Exercise counseling in health promotion

A. C King
2000 Western Journal of Medicine  
One promising avenue of physical activity counseling and support lies with primary care physicians and other health care professionals.  ...  To maximize the potential benefits of this type of referral network, continuing communication between the physician and the referral source is essential.  ... 
doi:10.1136/ewjm.173.1.5 pmid:10903270 pmcid:PMC1070952 fatcat:yf3thlfmabbjveregi2rvzbjny

Guest Editorial

T. D. Kingston
2004 British Actuarial Journal  
Partly as a result, there is too much advice and too little management of pension funds.  ...  There have been a series of wise men ö the latest being Myners and Turner ö giving advice on how to ameliorate the situation.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1357321700002890 fatcat:zmqgl6da75gv3ijxruiv4vyy4e

Page 575 of Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports Vol. 2, Issue [page]

1841 Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports  
E. to the said Joshua, in trust, for the benefit of your orator, Joseph S. and oratrix, pursuant to the advice and entreaties of the said Joshua and others.”  ...  E. did on the 13th December, 1824, execute an absolute deed of conveyance to Joshua of extensive and valuable real property, in, and contiguous to the city of Mobile.  ... 

The Iterative Development of Medicines Through the European Medicine Agency's Adaptive Pathway Approach

Giuseppe Nicotera, Gianluca Sferrazza, Annalucia Serafino, Pasquale Pierimarchi
2019 Frontiers in Medicine  
The development of novel regulatory tools such as adaptive clinical trial design and utilization of real-world evidence are topics of high interest.  ...  their real experience with the disease and their expectations about the treatment.  ...  way to collect and acquire useful data for the appropriate evaluation of the benefit-risk ratio of new promising drugs for which there is a high medical need.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2019.00148 pmid:31316991 pmcid:PMC6610487 fatcat:f7gf7ytmnrh2lbb5klayd2gdeq

PROMISE AND PLAUSIBILITY: HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION DECISIONS WITH LIMITED EVIDENCE

Bruce Campbell, Paul Knox
2016 International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care  
influenced by judgements of their promise and the plausibility of claims that they will provide benefits in a real-world setting.  ...  Drivers of promise include a clear design and mechanism of action, the possibility of radical improvement in care and/or resource use, and improving health outcomes for large numbers of patients.  ...  PROMISE AND PLAUSIBILITY The concept of promise comprises several considerations which link the operation of a device to the benefits it might deliver.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266462316000234 pmid:27530151 fatcat:wzdx4m7hsvemrc4lojfyixyxs4

Page 137 of Wisconsin Law Review Vol. 12, Issue [page]

1936 Wisconsin Law Review  
Pace I, One who claims the benefit of a transaction such as the trans- fer to him of a negotiable instrument or a non-negotiable claim or the transfer to him of some interest in property, real or personal  ...  which is then given or promised, (including an extension of time) and not in performance of a pre-existing duty to furnish collateral security.  ... 

Page 53 of California Lawyer Vol. 8, Issue 6 [page]

1988 California Lawyer  
One major ethical concern arises from the client’s dependence on his attorney’s advice concerning the benefits ofa structured, rather than lump sum, set- tlement.  ...  A structured settlement involves the purchase of an annuity from an insurance company that promises to make specified payments to the settling party for a defined period of time.  ... 

Page 376 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 62, Issue 8 [page]

1988 Florida Bar Journal  
These programs have developed to benefit the poor — by improving access to legal services — and to benefit lawyers — by providing opportunities tailored to their interests, expertise, experience and time  ...  Part of that responsibility is to insure availability of legal services to the poor. Without access to competent legal counsel the guarantee of Equal Justice Under Law becomes an empty promise.  ... 

Page 514 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 63, Issue 8 [page]

1989 Florida Bar Journal  
These programs have developed to benefit the poor — by improving access to legal services— and to benefit lawyers — by providing opportunities tailored to their interests, expertise, experience and time  ...  Part of that responsibility is to insure availability of legal services to the poor. Without access to competent legal counsel the guarantee of Equal Justice Under Law becomes an empty promise.  ... 

Page 495 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 61, Issue 8 [page]

1987 Florida Bar Journal  
These programs have developed to benefit the poor — by improving access to legal services — and to benefit lawyers — by providing opportunities tailored to their interests, expertise, experience and time  ...  Part of that responsibility is to insure availability of legal services to the poor. Without access to competent legal counsel the guarantee of Equal Justice Under Law becomes an empty promise.  ... 

Page 37 of None Vol. 114, Issue 2959 [page]

1912 None  
The public has been promised certain benefits under the Act, and it knows that the benefits are not there to be given; it has been promised medical attendance, and it knows that the whole medical pro-  ...  We think that their opposition is a mistake, because we are convinced that real and solid benefits can be had under the Act.  ... 

Page 482 of Catholic Educational Review Vol. 33, Issue [page]

1935 Catholic Educational Review  
Tables 7 and 8 indicate the dis- tribution of endowment funds reported. In order to secure expert advice on the distribution of funds in various securities, the Committee secured the opinion of Mr.  ...  Many colleges, for instance, are having difficulty with scholarship funds for which a full scholarship was promised and the income of which is insufficient to guarantee such expenditure.  ... 

Page 325 of The Dublin Review Vol. 7, Issue [page]

1839 The Dublin Review  
, and delusory promises.”  ...  On the other hand, if they prove of any real service, the benefit is, in most cases, to be ascribed to chance, to imagination (the Quack’s best friend), or else to VOL. VII,—NO. XIV. Zz  ... 
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