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Page 3480 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 94f [page]

1994 Mathematical Reviews  
Schwind and Vincent Risch, A tableau-based characterisation for default logic (310-317); Paul Snow, Restraining the proliferation of worlds in probabilistic logic entailments (318-322); Frans Voorbraak  ...  Gacégne, An extension of the possibil- ity theory in view of the formalization of approximate reasoning (176-181); Jochen Heinsohn, A hybrid approach for modeling uncertainty in terminological logics (  ... 

A theory of benchmarking

John P. Moriarty
2011 Benchmarking : An International Journal  
of a thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy A Theory of Benchmarking By J. P.  ...  Moriarty ME (ELECT), MPP Research A theoretical foundation for benchmarking provides a platform for Implications: extending the theory of organisational improvement.  ...  Warrants: Supervenience in the absence of logical or probabilistic entailment of environmental variables necessarily entails common organisational dispositions.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14635771111147650 fatcat:aep7le47crcavlszyufswjgcnm

Critical theory and contemporary paradigm differentiation

Chris W. Callaghan
2017 Acta Commercii  
Probabilistic innovation theory posits a world of research breakthroughs where radical improvements in the collection, synthesis and analysis of data result from exponentially increased engagement with  ...  However, due to radical change in methods over time, including those associated with probabilistic innovation, less emphasis is now placed on falsificationist logic and notions of dichotomisation imposed  ... 
doi:10.4102/ac.v16i2.421 fatcat:p453newtm5b6rcjyelhelu5qni

Don't Come Home, America: The Case against Retrenchment

Stephen G. Brooks, G. John Ikenberry, William C. Wohlforth
2013 International Security  
According to many of the most prominent security studies scholars-and indeed most scholars who write on the future of U.S. grand strategy-the answer is an unambiguous yes.  ...  After sixty-ªve years of pursuing a globally engaged grand strategy-nearly a third of which transpired without a peer great power rival-has the time ªnally come for retrenchment?  ...  Proliferation optimism rests on assumptions of rationality and narrow security preferences. In social science, however, such assumptions are inevitably probabilistic.  ... 
doi:10.1162/isec_a_00107 fatcat:3qscel6gpfhwpf3ih2a3o3qyki

Change the Rules!

2010 Journal of Scientific Exploration  
, not least of all in improving the reach, the utility, the attitude, and the image of science itself.  ...  role for the mind in the establishment of physical events, and to accommodate the spectrum of empirically indicated subjective correlates.  ...  In the quantum model, the uncertainty resides in the probabilistic character of the mechanics itself.  ... 
doaj:78f40f279d8f4aa88c2a39107f475a51 fatcat:d6wnxa4crrd2pglkasl2zgvatq

Angst springs eternal: Dangerous times and the dangers of timing the 'Arab Spring'

Andrew R Hom
2016 Security Dialogue  
in academic responses to the revolts.  ...  Various reflections on the 'Arab Spring' evince a common view of the relationship between change and time that imbues events with a sense of intrinsic peril.  ...  delimited by it; genuine alternatives reconsider everything and entail fundamental questions about understanding and being in the world.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0967010615617684 fatcat:awr2i7j5tnatjajv6s7wqey54y

The visualizable, the representable and the inconceivable: realist and non-realist mathematical models in physics and beyond

Arkady Plotnitsky
2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
One contribution of 15 to a theme issue 'Quantum probability and the mathematical modelling of decision making' .  ...  D'Ariano, Ehtibar Dzhafarov, Emmanuel Haven, Gregg Jaeger, Andrei Khrennikov and Jan-Åke Larsson for productive discussions of the topics considered in this article.  ...  I am grateful to the anonymous readers of the article for valuable suggestions, which helped to improve the article.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2015.0101 pmid:26621990 fatcat:3yu6hmn42vd7zph4bfcpue2bnq

The Concept of Concept: Concepts and Terms

Alberto Marradi
2012 Knowledge organization  
From 1981-86 he was professor of Methodology of the Political Sciences in the University of Bologna. He is a regular visiting professor in social sciences at the University of Buenos Aires.  ...  Since 1986 Alberto Marradi has been professor of Methodology of the Social Sciences in the University of Florence.  ...  , and there is no way of restraining each one's liberty in choosing the term considered most appropri- Knowl.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2012-1-29 fatcat:6v6eubukjngchnklz4722qzkhq

A Note on Directions for Cumulativity

Philippe Besnard
2014 IfColog journal of logics and their applications (FLAP)  
This paper explores models for this setting in terms of dynamic logics for information-driven agency.  ...  The normative realm involves deontic notions such as obligation or permission, as well as information about relevant actions and states of the world.  ...  In doing so, we obtained a suggestive framework for the analysis of deontic notions that connects many strands in the literature on agency.  ... 
dblp:journals/flap/Besnard14 fatcat:nwod52qavjbgdhg755t5f276ze

Page 1407 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. 26, Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
., 94b:68111 and Kennes, Robert, (94g:68011) Snow, Paul Restraining the proliferation of worlds in probabilistic logic entailments. (English summary) (see 94f:68031) So, Y. T. see Leung, K. S.  ...  (English summary) 94b:68115 Tessem, Bjornar Approximations for efficient computation in the theory of evidence.  ... 

Innovation, Ruptures and Economic Cycles in Technology Platforms: Proposition of an analytical framework

Wilquer Silvano de Souza Ferreira, Gláucia Maria Vasconcellos Vale, Patrícia Bernardes
2021 Organizações & Sociedade  
to data and information on the emergence and proliferation of platforms for collaborative consumption.  ...  Different theories aim at evaluating some specific dimensions of the complex process in course at the micro- meso- and macrolevels; however, none seems to encompass the multiple dimensions of the phenomenon  ...  Such changes encompass the different kinds of technology platforms that emerged and proliferated all over the world (Wirtz, So, Mody, Liu & Chun, 2019; Xiao, Lee, Lim, & Tan, 2019; Min, So, & Jeong, 2018  ... 
doi:10.1590/1984-92302021v28n9802en fatcat:dg2ezjcmfvdzfjqpewqjjhghoy

The Rationality of Science [chapter]

Paul K. Feyerabend
1976 Can Theories be Refuted?  
Feyerabend seems somewhat more restrained than the early Kuhn in his view of the extent of actual incommensurability.  ...  For our purposes the salient difference between these logics is that the most contested of all classical laws of logic, the Law of Excluded Middle, 'A or not-A', holds in classical logic but not in intuitionist  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-1863-0_16 fatcat:6uojk57eojbrlk7cx6fm5uvvae

The social benefits of balancing creativity and imitation: Evidence from an agent-based model

Liane Gabora, Simon Tseng
2017 Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts  
With the capacity for chained outputs, the effect of social regulation could indeed be maintained indefinitely. The results are discussed in light of empirical data.  ...  In Experiment One we systematically introduced individual differences in creativity, and observed a trade-off between the ratio of creators to imitators, and how creative the creators were.  ...  consequences in the real world.  ... 
doi:10.1037/aca0000132 fatcat:6wikqxdrkveg7ae55vv3oiwosq

A Tempting State: The Political Economy of Entrapment

Richard H. McAdams
2005 Social Science Research Network  
a private party is blameworthy. (2) Fairness theories fail to justify the defense, given that existing law refuses to recognize unfairness in particular distributions of criminal temptations or in highly  ...  The entrapment defense is the primary regulation of undercover operations.  ...  To retain the cost advantages of undercover operations, we are better off minimizing ex post testing, which means we should identify the general parameters of productive and unproductive operations.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.797964 fatcat:z3gz23ayhfgfbo2o2iaq2bgeti

System Dynamics Modeling in International Relations

Ali Fisunoğlu
2018 All Azimuth A journal of foreign policy and peace  
Although this is true and systems thinking helps us survive and thrive in this complex world, there are other contributions of the system dynamics approach to the academic and policy worlds.  ...  To answer this question, we can focus on the classic argument that we live in a world that is rapidly changing. Things are accelerating, and relationships are becoming increasingly complex.  ...  Introduction With the proliferation of inexpensive computing power, the role of modeling and simulations in social science has been growing at a dramatic pace.  ... 
doi:10.20991/allazimuth.476884 fatcat:vimyku67ajaudhyo3xbjipc4fm
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