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Decidability and Tractability of Problems in Object-Based Graph Grammars [chapter]

Aline Brum Loreto, Leila Ribeiro, Laira Vieira Toscani
2002 Foundations of Information Technology in the Era of Network and Mobile Computing  
With suitable restrictions on the kind of graph grammar rules that are used, decidability can also be proven.  ...  Object-based programming languages are being widely used to construct concurrent and distributed systems.  ...  that may be applied in each state.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35608-2_33 dblp:conf/ifipTCS/LoretoRT02 fatcat:7zax3nvw5ndbljrgvxralrlvqm

World trade rules affect horticultural biotechnology

Daniel Sumner
2004 California Agriculture  
Trade rules similar to those regulating invasive species may apply.  ...  Nonetheless, wealthy countries apply many rules for labeling consumer products and have wide latitude about how they are applied.  ... 
doi:10.3733/ca.v058n02p77 fatcat:ljk7kx6dkzfvbmsdllaqwjwj4y

Page 157 of American Anthropologist Vol. 67, Issue 5 [page]

1965 American Anthropologist  
The logically most extreme case is listed in the last line of Table I as a hypo- thetic Type V, in which the rule would apply with even the simultaneous re- moval of both of the restrictions ‘a’ and ‘bd  ...  They are the Types I, II, III, and IV just referred to above, and which are described in some detail in the earlier paper on this subject (1964a).  ... 

Strasheela: Design and Usage of a Music Composition Environment Based on the Oz Programming Model [chapter]

Torsten Anders, Christina Anagnostopoulou, Michael Alcorn
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Strasheela enables the user to define expressive compositional rules and then to apply them to the score.  ...  Compositional rules can restrict many aspects of the music -including the rhythmic structure, the melodic structure and the harmonic structure -by constraining the parameters (e.g. duration or pitch) of  ...  Each rule imposes some constraints on some score objects. For example, a melodic rule may restrict the pitch interval between two successive notes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-31845-3_23 fatcat:eof2k7yulbgnfez4s4mce5h65q

Page 740 of ABA Journal Vol. 27, Issue 12 [page]

1941 ABA Journal  
This may well be a matter for some discussion, perhaps some difference of opinion I submit, however, that all these interests are so substantially similar that restriction of some of them only will leave  ...  Once th rule is made applicable to restrictions, we have it appli cable, of course, where it will be important and useful, but also to an interest substantially like the ordinary easement and one which  ... 

Page 47 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 67, Issue 2 [page]

1993 Florida Bar Journal  
Deter¬ mining whether the general valuation rules apply requires a three-step analy¬ sis of 1) when the right or restriction was created, 2) the relationship be¬ tween the parties, and 3) whether the three  ...  And if they do apply, what can you do about it?  ... 

How Does Customary International Law Change? the Case of State Immunity

Pierre-Hugues Verdier, Erik Voeten
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Yet, CIL lacks institutional features that facilitate reciprocity and is commonly understood to apply universally, even to states that defect or reject a norm.  ...  We test the implications with newly-collected data documenting if and when 121 states switched from absolute to restrictive foreign state immunity. We find no evidence of direct reciprocity.  ...  While prisoners' dilemmas do not capture all CIL rules, some of our conclusions apply to other types of CIL.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2109239 fatcat:ng5actonjvesbkgi6itkrbmspe

How Does Customary International Law Change? The Case of State Immunity

Pierre-Hugues Verdier, Erik Voeten
2014 International Studies Quarterly  
Yet, CIL lacks institutional features that facilitate reciprocity and is commonly understood to apply universally, even to states that defect or reject a norm.  ...  We test the implications with newly-collected data documenting if and when 121 states switched from absolute to restrictive foreign state immunity. We find no evidence of direct reciprocity.  ...  While prisoners' dilemmas do not capture all CIL rules, some of our conclusions apply to other types of CIL.  ... 
doi:10.1111/isqu.12155 fatcat:fwcsrz5s7bagdclwseaauw4y2u

Restrictions for loop-check in sequent calculus for temporal logic

Adomas Birštunas
2008 Lietuvos matematikos rinkinys  
These restrictions let us to get efficient decision procedure based on introduced sequent calculus.  ...  Simple speaking, rule (• p ) may be applied only for primary sequent. LEMMA 1.  ...  Indexes are some kind of the histories, because they store information abaut applied rules (efficient calculi with used histories may be found in [3, 4] ). modalized and stable in any loop.  ... 
doi:10.15388/lmr.2008.18108 fatcat:h5xzhofdavavlbpr5i2l7bqb7u

Page 10 of Spectrum Vol. 6, Issue 1 [page]

1933 Spectrum  
Another loop- hole is the fact that the restriction may apply only to titles. In this connection, Edwin E.  ...  For example, the restrictions do not prevent the amendment of bills already intro- duced, and in some cases the amendments take the form of an entirely new act.  ... 

Ethical Rules, Law Firm Structure and Choice of Law

Larry E. Ribstein
2001 Social Science Research Network  
Thus, forcing firms to comply with uniform or restrictive state ethical rules relating to such matters as capital structure and non-competition agreements may perversely hurt the very clients such rules  ...  This is particularly a problem concerning rules that apply to the firm as such, including rules regarding the firm's name and capital structure.  ...  Arguments for giving firms some power to choose the applicable law may also apply to individual lawyers and to non-structural rules. Part V contains concluding remarks. I.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.263392 fatcat:mrfurjbdjve43kemnjretnyeuu

Security Policies in Replicated and Autonomous Databases [chapter]

Ehud Gudes, Martin S. Olivier
1999 Database Security XII  
Such global access, which may involve a global query optimizer, is required to handle conflicts between the local authorizations of replicated objects, but give consistent results regardless of site dependent  ...  Such databases.support local access for transactions and queries and loca! control over authorization of classes and objects.  ...  A distinction may be made between global and local rules: Usually, all four combinations of organizations and rules types are possible, although some restrictions may apply in some cases.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35564-1_6 fatcat:3wnfvcj65bcwbmf6f7bc7dcczu

Prudent person rules or quantitative restrictions? The regulation of long-term institutional investors' portfolios

E. PHILIP DAVIS
2002 Journal of Pension Economics and Finance  
The overall conclusion is that prudent person rules are superior to restrictions, particularly for pension funds, except in certain circumstances that may hold temporarily in emerging market economies  ...  This paper examines the rationale, nature and financial consequences of two alternative approaches to portfolio regulations for life insurers and pension funds, namely prudent person rules and quantitative  ...  rules apply, even though liabilities may differ.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1474747202001099 fatcat:refoutvyrba65ft6xdif35wq2e

Page 481 of The Philosophical Review Vol. 66, Issue 4 [page]

1957 The Philosophical Review  
The state in terms of its laws and sanctions recognizes one system of rules in practice; but this system may not coincide with those of any one group within the state.  ...  These objections apply with equal force against all varieties of the restricted theory, although the objection relating to the equiv- ocation in the use of the expression “rule” is of special impor- tance  ... 

Page 910 of Criminal Law & Justice Weekly Vol. 167, Issue 48 [page]

2003 Criminal Law & Justice Weekly  
In addition in May 2004, up to 10 new EU states join the European Union and new procedural rules come into force.  ...  of the software and simply acts as a distributor, in which case a different block exemption regulation for “vertical” or distribution agreements may apply.  ... 
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