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The struggle of translating science into action: Foundational concepts of implementation science

Frances Rapport, Robyn Clay-Williams, Kate Churruca, Patti Shih, Anne Hogden, Jeffrey Braithwaite
2017 Journal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice  
This article presents critical thinking that centres on (1) foundational concepts in implementation science; (2) models, theories, and frameworks for This is an open access article under the terms of the  ...  Method Implementation science models, theories, and frameworks are critiqued, and their value for laying the groundwork from which to implement a study's findings is emphasised.  ...  CONFLICT OF INTERESTS The authors confirm that there are no conflicts of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jep.12741 pmid:28371050 pmcid:PMC5901403 fatcat:xtmbj2altnhlrlwnbryeov37ay

The problem with the Frege–Geach problem

Nate Charlow
2013 Philosophical Studies  
Drawing on considerations from the semantics of directive language (e.g., imperatives), I argue that, although certain forms of Expressivism (like Gibbard's) do run into at least one version of the Problem  ...  , it is reasonably clear that there is a version of Expressivism that does not.  ...  Thanks to Peter Ludlow for the inspiration for this project. Thanks also to audiences at Arché and Semantics in Philosophy in Europe III.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11098-013-0119-5 fatcat:czmns24uwrhtbaszklrvqqolhe

Law and Language: An Historical and Critical Introduction

Peter Goodrich
1984 Journal of law and society (Print)  
Many know nothing whatever of what it contains. When they come to the polling booth none of them vote for the manifesto ... they vote for a party and not a manifesto."  ...  For the moment, I would merely note the view expressed that an election manifesto is not binding.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1410039 fatcat:lglriwrvavdkrgkvkmlvetouzy

Augmented Business Process Management Systems: A Research Manifesto [article]

Marlon Dumas, Fabiana Fournier, Lior Limonad, Andrea Marrella, Marco Montali, Jana-Rebecca Rehse, Rafael Accorsi, Diego Calvanese, Giuseppe De Giacomo, Dirk Fahland, Avigdor Gal, Marcello La Rosa (+2 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This manifesto presents a vision for ABPMSs and discusses research challenges that need to be surmounted to realize this vision.  ...  To this end, we define the concept of ABPMS, we outline the lifecycle of processes within an ABPMS, we discuss core characteristics of an ABPMS, and we derive a set of challenges to realize systems with  ...  For example, a Petri net specifying the prescribed behavior of a process is an example of a tightly framed execution, while a set of temporal logic constraints that must hold true during the execution  ... 
arXiv:2201.12855v3 fatcat:dxxmauiia5hptlbammp7k54s74

The Importance Of Human Communication Systems And The Teaching Of The English Language

Taghi Jabbarifar
2014 Journal of International Education Research (JIER)  
This study presents an overall review of the paradigms that contribute to the making and development of functional human linguistics and communication skills and the teaching of language.  ...  implicatures take into consideration not only the semantic context at the surface level but also assumptions about the reasonable and logical means of conducting the cooperative use of language.  ...  Halliday and other socio-linguists are of the view that the utterance of a sentence cannot be confined to a mere linguistic act. An utterance, according to them, is a performance of an action.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jier.v10i3.8741 fatcat:5r5cv57b7fdtvggqnnfza5akxe

'The wild and wacky worlds of consumer oddballs'

Matthias Bode, Per Østergaard
2013 Marketing Theory  
Here, we use the concept of manifestos to analyze the fragile dialectics of a rhetorical and social praxis.  ...  In this sense, 'we-ness' is not a utopian final state, but a permanent necessity for CCT that emerges out of struggles and engages in conflicts.  ...  Belk, 1984; Scott and Peñaloza, 2006) , almost manifestos (Hirschman wanted the name 'The Esthetic Manifesto', but Holbrook decided to go for Kant and called it 'The Esthetic Imperative in Consumer Research  ... 
doi:10.1177/1470593113478605 fatcat:tppdy4ihmvf6vkl2ke4t6yvt2i

Actor-Relational Database Systems: A Manifesto [article]

Vivek Shah, Marcos Antonio Vaz Salles
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To illustrate the usefulness of the proposed feature set and motivate the need for this class of systems, we show a detailed case study inspired by a smart supermarket application with self-checkout, along  ...  Towards this aim, in this paper we analyze, make the case for, and present a broad vision of actor-relational database systems.  ...  In order to trigger an action in the database based on a set of rules and without the intervention of an application, active DBMS were proposed [27, 56] .  ... 
arXiv:1707.06507v2 fatcat:5qekccnq4jdpvfz47n6vjvmc3y

Quantum Software Engineering: Landscapes and Horizons [article]

Jianjun Zhao
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Quantum software plays a critical role in exploiting the full potential of quantum computing systems. As a result, it has been drawing increasing attention recently.  ...  Based on these, the paper provides a comprehensive survey of the current state of the art in the field and presents the challenges and opportunities we face.  ...  The manifesto collects some principles and commitments about the field of quantum software engineering and programming, as well as some calls for action.  ... 
arXiv:2007.07047v2 fatcat:jzflc5d64nhdddlkywjt55hc6i

Model-Driven Software Development [chapter]

Stephen W. Liddle
2011 Handbook of Conceptual Modeling  
Thus, if we accept Brooks' premise, nobody should expect any innovative approach to software development to be a "magical silver bullet" that will increase productivity by an order of magnitude within  ...  Software development is a complex and difficult task that requires the investment of significant resources and carries major risk of failure.  ...  Algorithms written according to action semantics are thus written at a higher level of abstraction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15865-0_2 fatcat:ik3vpaw23zgs5g26bb5gvh5k54

Peirce's Post-Jamesian Pragmatism

Nathan Houser
2011 European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy  
Burke notes that little attention has been given to developing an authentic Peirce-inspired pragmatist semantics focusing on actions and sensible effects to replace the standard empiricist semantics that  ...  [He] appears to assume that the end of man is action" but, on the contrary, Peirce wrote, "action wants an end, and that […] end must be something of a general description.  ...  See Peirce's third 1903 Harvard Lecture (EP2: 160-78), for a discussion of the meaning of "proposition" in the context of his argument for pragmatism.  ... 
doi:10.4000/ejpap.866 fatcat:yhar7her2jddjkobf36qzrm6sm

The logicist manifesto: At long last let logic-based artificial intelligence become a field unto itself

Selmer Bringsjord
2008 Journal of Applied Logic  
The paper includes a self-contained summary of logic-based AI, as well as rebuttals to a number of objections that will inevitably be brought against the declaration of independence herein expressed.  ...  This paper is a sustained argument for the view that logic-based AI should become a self-contained field, entirely divorced from paradigms that are currently still included under the AI "umbrella"-paradigms  ...  space to put on display a LAI agent of considerable size.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jal.2008.09.001 fatcat:ifonuea7zfgube4nmlrenbbugi

Design considerations for a hierarchical semantic compositional framework for medical natural language understanding [article]

Ricky K. Taira, Anders O. Garlid, William Speier
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We discuss the design of a generative semantic model and an associated semantic parser used to transform a free-text sentence into a logical representation of its meaning.  ...  However, current medical NLP systems fall considerably short when faced with the task of logically interpreting clinical text.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the many members of the UCLA Medical Imaging Informatics Program for their constructive discussions related to the topic of this paper.  ... 
arXiv:2204.02067v1 fatcat:k7s5sirbw5gs7p7oi4xha5m5gq

Communication modeling: considering complexity in digital technology policies

Giovanni Moura de Holanda, Angela Maria Alves
2019 Revista Interamericana de Comunicação Midiática  
Em interações mediadas pela tecnologia, a efetividade entre a intenção de uma mensagem e como ela é recebida e compreendida por um usuário é fundamental para a criação de conhecimento e a construção de  ...  Políticas voltadas a tecnologias digitais raramente tendem a considerar modelos de comunicação abrangentes, tampouco o modo como a informação é realmente gerada e assimilada em um processo comunicacional  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors are grateful to the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) for the support, in the form of institutional capacitation scholarship, which  ... 
doi:10.5902/2175497729514 fatcat:gtveq4xb4rdfxhlwr6hyg6fol4

The Space of Mathematical Software Systems – A Survey of Paradigmatic Systems [article]

Katja Bercic, Jacques Carette, William M. Farmer, Michael Kohlhase, Dennis Müller, Florian Rabe, Yasmine Sharoda
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To give researchers a guide to this space of systems, we devise a novel conceptualization of mathematical software that focuses on five aspects: inference covers formal logic and reasoning about mathematical  ...  Despite broad agreement that an ideal system would seamlessly integrate all these aspects, research has diversified into families of highly specialized systems focusing on a single aspect and possibly  ...  Semantics is a set of rules for interpreting objects, and knowledge is a pair of a datum and its semantics.  ... 
arXiv:2002.04955v1 fatcat:th2h5qrd4rcazhw2eqbqmy2zmq

An Assessment of (Mentalist) Cognitive Semantics

Esa Itkonen
2016 The public journal of semiotics  
But the latter claim creates a problem. On the one hand, for many cognitive semanticists conceptualization takes place under the level of consciousness.  ...  As Wittgenstein argues, meaning is use, understood as a web of intersubjective norms, comparable to rules of a game and accessible to conscious intuition.  ...  I owe a special debt of gratitude to Michael Kac for his copious comments on the first English-language version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.37693/pjos.2016.7.15840 fatcat:3yncv4hi4bdbzmc6i3djkb4pki
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