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Introductory Sociology. Second edition, revised. By Robert L. Sutherland and Julian L. Woodward. Chicago: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1940. 863 pp. $3.50. Illustrated

G. V. Price
1941 Social Forces  
By Robert L. Sutherland and Julian L. Woodward. Chicago: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1940. 863 pp. $3.50. Illustrated.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2570751 fatcat:raeeltkfmfbnldvrbg5jwqm7ia

Book Reviews and Notices : Foundations for World Order. BY ERNEST LLEWELLYN WOODWARD, J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER, EDWARD HALLETT CARR, WILLIAM E. RAP-PARD, ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS, FRANCIS BOWES SAYRE, and EDWARD MEAD EARLE. (Denver: University of Denver Press. 1949. Pp. 174. $3.00.)

T. J. Anderson
1949 Political research quarterly  
Woodward very ably catalogues a number of pre-conditions of world order in “The Historical and Political Foundations.” J.  ...  By Ernest LLEWELLYN Woopwarp, J. RoBerRT OPPENHEIMER, Epwarp Haciett Carr, WILLIAM E. Rap- PARD, RoBERT Maynarp Hutcuins, Francis Bowes Sayre, and Ep- WARD MeEap Earte.  ... 
doi:10.1177/106591294900200317 fatcat:r5zgoudtg5gjbmhusviv5cfqbu

Learning from Humans as an I-POMDP [article]

Mark P. Woodward, Robert J. Wood
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The interactive partially observable Markov decision process (I-POMDP) is a recently developed framework which extends the POMDP to the multi-agent setting by including agent models in the state space. This paper argues for formulating the problem of an agent learning interactively from a human teacher as an I-POMDP, where the agent programming to be learned is captured by random variables in the agent's state space, all signals from the human teacher are treated as observed random variables,
more » ... random variables, and the human teacher, modeled as a distinct agent, is explicitly represented in the agent's state space. The main benefits of this approach are: i. a principled action selection mechanism, ii. a principled belief update mechanism, iii. support for the most common teacher signals, and iv. the anticipated production of complex beneficial interactions. The proposed formulation, its benefits, and several open questions are presented.
arXiv:1204.0274v1 fatcat:6nvscqcwpfcr7f473zgiih4fci

Framing Human-Robot Task Communication as a POMDP [article]

Mark P. Woodward, Robert J. Wood
2012 arXiv   pre-print
[ 1 ]Figure 8 : 18 J. van den Berg, S. Miller, K. Goldberg, and P.  ...  The POMDP controlled robot displayed "Final" when the marginal probability for a particular task, P (M ov = i, W RT = j, Dist = k), was greater than 0.98.  ... 
arXiv:1204.0280v1 fatcat:lfxvykqbvng7bkgvhc3q3qqzyq

Weight-Based Variable Ordering in the Context of High-Level Consistencies [article]

Robert J. Woodward, Berthe Y. Choueiry
2017 arXiv   pre-print
) ∈ GAC(P ∪ {x j ← v j }), where GAC(P ∪ {x j ← v j }) is the CSP after assigning x j ← v j and running GAC [ Bennaceur and Affane, 2001 ] .  ...  A constraint network P = (X , D, C) is Partition-One Arc-Consistent (POAC) iff P is SAC and for all x i ∈ X , for all v i ∈ dom(x i ), for all x j ∈ X, there exists v j ∈ dom(x j ) such that (x i , v i  ... 
arXiv:1711.00909v1 fatcat:teqedeg4xvcgtojlrdh4dcs7zy

Revisiting Neighborhood Inverse Consistency on Binary CSPs [chapter]

Robert J. Woodward, Shant Karakashian, Berthe Y. Choueiry, Christian Bessiere
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Robert Woodward was partially supported by a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship grant number 1041000. This research is supported by NSF Grant No. RI-111795.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33558-7_50 fatcat:xpsygjzqkjfrdedae4uwm3q6ze

Graphene–aramid nanocomposite fibres via superacid co-processing

Aled D. Roberts, Paul Kelly, Jennifer Bain, John J. Morrison, Ian Wimpenny, Mike Barrow, Robert T. Woodward, Matthieu Gresil, Christopher Blanford, Sam Hay, Jonny J. Blaker, Steve G. Yeates (+1 others)
2019 Chemical Communications  
Chlorosulfonic acid, an effective graphene dispersant, can be employed to produce graphene-aramid composite fibres.
doi:10.1039/c9cc04548a pmid:31509114 fatcat:6k2w6hjf6vggld4a4fuz6hhi3y

Real-time operation of a multi-rate, multi-protocol quantum key distribution transmitter [article]

Innocenzo De Marco, Robert I. Woodward, George L. Roberts, Taofiq K. Paraïso, Thomas Roger, Mirko Sanzaro, Marco Lucamarini, Zhiliang Yuan, Andrew J. Shields
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Quantum key distribution (QKD) is the best candidate for securing communications against attackers, who may in the future exploit quantum-enhanced computational powers to break classical encryption. As such, new challenges are arising from our need for large-scale deployment of QKD systems. In a realistic scenario, transmitting and receiving devices from different vendors should be able to communicate with each other without the need for matching hardware. Therefore, practical deployment of QKD
more » ... l deployment of QKD would require hardware capable of adapting to different protocols and clock rates. Here, we address this challenge by presenting a multi-rate, multi-protocol QKD transmitter linked to a correspondingly adaptable QKD receiver. The flexibility of the transmitter, achieved by optical injection locking, allows us to connect it with two receivers with inherently different clock rates. Furthermore, we demonstrate the multi-protocol operation of our transmitter, communicating with receiving parties employing different decoding circuits.
arXiv:2105.12425v1 fatcat:6odmfmjbqfbqpbv3tizpbk6a4e

Predrill pore-pressure prediction using 4-C seismic data

Colin M. Sayers, Marta J. Woodward, Robert C. Bartman
2001 The Leading Edge  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Robin Walker, Kayleen Robinson, Dick Plumb, Stephen Edwards, and Marta Woodward for helpful discussion.  ...  coefficient, and δ i j = 1 if i = j and 0 otherwise.  ...  With this assumption, σ i j is equal to the effective stress defined by Terzaghi (1943) : σ i j = S i j − pδ i j . (2) This combination of the pore pressure p and the total stress tensor S i j will be  ... 
doi:10.1190/1.1487313 fatcat:flouwjzamzarllo6ubngbvehji

Improving Relational Consistency Algorithms Using Dynamic Relation Partitioning [chapter]

Anthony Schneider, Robert J. Woodward, Berthe Y. Choueiry, Christian Bessiere
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
853 instances from the 2008 CP Solver Competition. • Real full lookahead cl+proj-wR(*,m)C, which enforces R(*, m)C on each cluster, adds projection of constraints to cluster separators to bolster propagation, and uses the minimal dual graph to reduce the number of combinations. • m = 2,3,4,| (cl)| (i.e., minimal clusters)" (cl)| (i.e., minimal clusters)" • 2 hours and 8 GB per instance, 853 total instances. Contributions From PERTUPLE To PERFB Experiments were conducted on the equipment of the
more » ... e equipment of the Holland Computing Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Relational Consistency R( * ,m)C, m-wise consistency, ensures that every combination of m relations is minimal. Partitions: Coarse, Fine, Intermediate Future Research Extend our approach to ALLSOL, our other algorithm for enforcing minimality of m relations "[Karakashian PhD 13]"
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10428-7_50 fatcat:hoykh6pionbvbihnnba44kgl7a

Relational consistency by constraint filtering

Shant Karakashian, Robert J. Woodward, Berthe Y. Choueiry, Christian Bessiere
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC '10  
Karakashian was partially supported by NSF CA-REER Award #0133568, and Woodward by a UCARE grant UNL.  ...  combination of m relations {R1, · · · , Rm} and without introducing to the CSP any relation whose scope was not already constrained in the original CSP: ∀Ri ∈ {R1, · · · , Rm}, Ri ⊆ π vars(R i ) (1 m j=  ...  A set of m relations R = {R1, · · · , Rm} is said to be R( * ,m)C iff every tuple in each relation Ri ∈ R can be extended to the variables in S R j ∈R\R i vars(Rj) in an assignment that satisfies all the  ... 
doi:10.1145/1774088.1774525 dblp:conf/sac/KarakashianWCB10 fatcat:knync7uhvrgnjaesijqygcf42q

Development of demographic norms for four new WAIS-III/WMS-III indexes

Rael T. Lange, Gordon J. Chelune, Michael J. Taylor, Todd S. Woodward, Robert K. Heaton
2006 Psychological Assessment  
doi:10.1037/1040-3590.18.2.174 pmid:16768593 fatcat:bdnvc3bizvf3xdns76337mtjde

SpitzerObservations of the Giant Molecular Cloud W3

Gerald T. Ruch, Terry J. Jones, Charles E. Woodward, Elisha F. Polomski, Robert D. Gehrz, S. T. Megeath
2007 Astrophysical Journal  
The SED rises steeply through J, H, K, and 3.6 m peaks at 4.5 m declines sharply at longer to 8.0 m and shows a significant excess at 24 m.  ...  At 5.8 and 8.0 m as well as J, H, and K images from the 2MASS database, the loops and knots are not evident. We are most likely seeing emission from a shock at the outflow boundary.  ... 
doi:10.1086/508856 fatcat:w7m3taulajaz5cydw7g3ssmbfu

Adaptive Parameterized Consistency for Non-binary CSPs by Counting Supports [chapter]

Robert J. Woodward, Anthony Schneider, Berthe Y. Choueiry, Christian Bessiere
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
,v i 〉 is p-stable for AC for c ij on x i ,x j if it has AC- support 〈x j ,v j 〉 with Δ(x j ,v j ) ≥ p.  ...  Parameterized Adaptive Consistency 〈x i ,v i 〉 is p-stable for GAC if for every constraint c j on x i gacSupports[R j ](〈x i ,v i 〉): data structure to store σ xi=vi (R j • ∀c j , ∀x i in c j , ∀v i in  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10428-7_54 fatcat:5erriyvvhrgylitnt2twr4lhku

Identification of a New Sequence-Specific Endonuclease, NgoII, from Neisseria gonorrhoeae

David J. Clanton, John M. Woodward, Robert V. Miller
1978 Journal of Bacteriology  
Roberts (8) reports that Wilson and Young (unpublished observations) have demonstrated a restriction endonuclease, NgoI, in a single strain of N. gonorrhoeae.  ...  Recently, Roberts and co-workers (7) discovered that the plasmid present in penicillin-resistant isolates of N. gonorrhoeae, which codes for the production of 8i-lactamase, was derived from a prototype  ... 
doi:10.1128/jb.135.1.270-273.1978 fatcat:sgqgewjkjjcc7m2unemp247zsu
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