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The IT-Socket: Model-Based Realisation of the Business and IT Alignment Framework [chapter]

Robert Woitsch, Wilfrid Utz, Vedran Hrgovcic
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
IT-Socket, the model based approach for business and IT alignment, developed in the European Research project -plugIT, aims to realize the vision of businesses "plugging-in" to IT by introducing graphical  ...  The results of the application of the IT-Socket for business and IT alignment are presented within three use cases: (1) "Certification" of IT infrastructure, (2) "Virtual Organization" by evolving the  ...  The authors especially acknowledge the contribution from Prof. Dr. Dimitris Karagiannis (University of Vienna), Prof. Dr. Plexousakis (Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas) and Prof. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05352-8_19 fatcat:crryjgk3pvf3jci7x6mgk56f5y

Grounding the Interaction: Knowledge Management for Interactive Robots

Séverin Lemaignan
2013 Künstliche Intelligenz  
Last aspect: are abstract models of tasks easily and effectively representable in our current, OWL-based, knowledge frameworks?  ...  Chapter 3 The OpenRobots Ontology Framework This chapter introduces the OpenRobots Ontology server and its common-sense knowledge base.  ...  It can efficiently represent some of the knowledge required for planning and task execution: • Agents state (like, busy, reading, standing, talking. . . ), desires (short or long term goals) • Agents capacities  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13218-013-0246-3 fatcat:lzwey4kmoffqlobfwgzcggev5a

Cold vision : inspired by "The Snow Queen" [article]

Sara Jane Lyons, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
exposing its themes and symbolism to discussion.  ...  Byatt, Mercedes Lackey and Francesca Block employ Hans Christian Andersen's ""The Snow Queen"" as a framework for their fiction.  ...  It was placed in the very centre of the kitchen table and precisely positioned so that it aligned perfectly with each side of the rectangular table.Evon picked the card up.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d4d4f5a33dc6 fatcat:dbnyfema5zffropinnkbstkb2q

A distributed dynamic simulation mechanism for buildings automation and control systems [article]

A Azzedine Yahiaoui, JLM Jan Hensen, LL Luc Soethout
Acknowledgments This research work has certainly been a very exceptional and wonderful learning experience for me as it has also been a long journey full of many severe hardships and very difficult moments  ...  circumstances, and the patience to wait for the reward(s).  ...  Once the connections are established, the ESP-r can exchange all the necessary data with Matlab/Simulink via its sockets.  ... 
doi:10.6100/ir759138 fatcat:fbsya7fqvfhrbht7qbzcfwbiye

Text [chapter]

Ingo Gildenhard, Andrew Zissos
2016 Ovid, Metamorphoses, 3.511-733: Latin Text with Introduction, Commentary, Glossary of Terms, Vocabulary Aid and Study Questions  
He tried his best to inject the project with an appropriate dose of Dionysiac spirit, and if readers don't find the final product as tipsy as it ought to be, the blame's on us.  ...  Additional Information. fama est is a stock phrase, often used by Roman authors to signal awareness of earlier literary treatments: it functions as the poetic equivalent of a footnote.  ...  It also constitutes a radical -and, it should be added, ingenious -departure from the tragic model.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0073.02 fatcat:ungvtafv6bdhjkn656xv24hlfy

The interaction network : a performance measurement and evaluation tool for loosely-coupled distributed systems [article]

Paul Ashton, University Of Canterbury
The definition of an interaction network is based on a general model of a loosely-coupled distributed system and a general model of user interactions.  ...  The goal of the work described in this thesis has been to develop and implement tools and techniques for the measurement and evaluation of interactive performance in loosely-coupled distributed systems  ...  Throughout, John has been a source of enthusiastic support, and he has made a substantial contribution to the preparation of this thesis.  ... 
doi:10.26021/2412 fatcat:5hplgf7s4vbnrgaoxghsrsjjj4

Animal writing : magical realism and the posthuman other [article]

Tanja Schwalm, University Of Canterbury
It is this embodiment and presence of animal agency that animates magical realism and injects it with life and vibrancy.  ...  The circus is a particular influence on the form and style of many magical realist texts, whereby oxymoronically structured circensian spaces form the basis of the narratives" realities, and hierarchical  ...  aligns itself with the circus in some of its imagery.  ... 
doi:10.26021/4534 fatcat:fogqtt62ffgkfd7ulzxsutajoq

My First Book of Greek Myths: Retelling Ancient Myths to Modern Children

Miriam Riverlea
It adopts multiple methodologies, employing narratology, psychoanalysis and other modes of literary criticism to analyse this corpus of texts and the ways in which the myths have been reworked.  ...  Moreover, it examines the ideological motivations for inducting a new generation of readers into this ancient storytelling tradition, and addresses the ways that they communicate both with children and  ...  retributive form of justice culminates in the Cretan labyrinth when he wrenches one of the Minotaur's horns out of its socket and drives it into the beast's own throat.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58c662a22ec44 fatcat:h6cxcawtrbdjtp52n6pcb6zmpy


Joanna Burzyńska-Sylwestrzak, Danuta Stanulewicz, Roman Kalisz, David Malcolm, Ryszard Wenzel, Tadeusz Wolański, Janusz Arabski, Marta Bogdanowicz, Gdańsk, Eugene Casad, Desmond Graham, Edmund Gussmann (+20 others)
A useage-based model Langacker characterizes his framework as a dynamic usage-based model.  ...  Barely hanging in its socket, it stares at itself in an astonished wonder.  ...  The participants could listen to the following plenary lectures: (1) "How words mean: Lexical concepts, cognitive models and concept integration" by Dr Vyv Evans (University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)  ... 

CGiS : high-level data-parallel GPU programming [article]

Philipp Lucas, Universität Des Saarlandes, Universität Des Saarlandes
As it turns out, surprisingly many algorithms can be cast favourably into this programming model.  ...  And indeed, successes have been achieved even on early models of programmable graphics hardware: GPUs can be used as co-processors to relieve the CPU of some computational tasks in parallel algorithms.  ...  For example, it is possible to align streams of differing sizes.  ... 
doi:10.22028/d291-25969 fatcat:6ocdom3f2ndtpmf3ffudhy4dme

Hero of Alexandria's Automata: a critical edition and translation, including a commentary on Book One

Francesco Grillo
The introduction provides a context for an informed reading of the text. It consists of six parts.  ...  Part Five focuses on the work itself. It starts with an overview of the structure of the text, with remarks on previous editorial practices.  ...  CONCORDANCE OF EDITIONS The following is a concordance between the present edition and the editions by Thévenot, Prou and Schmidt. Thévenot is cited by page and line number.  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.76774 fatcat:x3zvs5udrvaqjpygimlwzi3age

Lost in translation?

Nancy Spero, Antonin Artaud, Jacques Derrida, Lucy Bradnock, Antonin Artaud
2005 Papers of Surrealism Issue   unpublished
The problematic nature of language, translation and nationality in the literature surrounding her work is highlighted, and an alternative methodology is proposed: drawing on the work of Julia Kristeva  ...  and particularly on that of Jacques Derrida, the essay asks whether Spero's quotation of Artaud can be seen as effective through the medium of difference rather than identification.  ...  It was above all based on ethical grounds and in this sense betrayed its attachment to the social values of the past.  ...