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The Multi-Agent Programming Contest: A résumé [article]

Tobias Ahlbrecht
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The Multi-Agent Programming Contest, MAPC, is an annual event organized since 2005 out of Clausthal University of Technology.  ...  We present previous editions of the contest and also its current scenario and results from its use in the 2019 MAPC with a special focus on its suitability.  ...  Last but not least, we thank all teams that entered our Contest in the last 15 years and helped to keep it alive.  ... 
arXiv:2006.02739v1 fatcat:y3sc726psveeradojormv2324y

Governing the ungovernable: contesting and reworking REDD+ in Indonesia

Abidah B. Setyowati
2020 Journal of Political Ecology  
The findings also suggest that the agency of communities in engaging, negotiating and even contesting the REDD+ initiative is closely linked to the history of their prior engagement in conservation and  ...  Building on the Foucauldian governmentality literature and drawing on a case study of Ulu Masen Project in Aceh, Indonesia, this article examines the practices of subject making through which REDD+ seeks  ...  Résumé La réduction des émissions dues à la déforestation et à la dégradation des forêts (REDD +) est rapidement devenue une approche dominante pour atténuer le changement climatique.  ... 
doi:10.2458/v27i1.23185 fatcat:wg3hw4n3m5f5zkukttdmpc4liu

Contesting Settler Colonial Accounts: Temporality, Migration and Place-Making in Scarborough, Ontario

Paloma E. Villegas, Patricia Landolt, Victoria Freeman, Joe Hermer, Ranu Basu, Bojana Videkanic
2021 Studies in Social Justice  
The concept of differential inclusion and assemblages methodology are proposed as a way to understand the relationship between Indigeneity and migration in a settler colonial context.  ...  The paper develops this conceptual proposal through an analysis of a single place over time: Scarborough, Ontario.  ...  We also thank our co-authors and all of the participants of the Crossing Scarborough, Nation, Migration & Place-Making between the TRC and the 150 workshop: Ranu Basu, Amar Bhatia, T. L.  ... 
doi:10.26522/ssj.v14i2.2211 fatcat:y36begzy7bakpbt6vzpostm2a4

Narratives of a Contested Relationship: Unravelling the Debates in the EU and Turkey

Hanna-Lisa Hauge, Ebru Ece Özbey, Atila Eralp, Wolfgang Wessels
2019 Zenodo  
Applying a narrative approach, the paper aims to deconstruct a debate, which has been characterized by a plurality or even cacophony of stories by different actors.  ...  Based on a qualitative coding of a vast set of official documents from EU and Turkey (ca. 280 documents), it draws the following main conclusions: Different in nature: Turkish and European narratives vary  ...  and political system to a certain extent.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2611308 fatcat:6kvauiltibau5bjf4ntqsu6w4y

BRIDGING SUSTAINABILITY AND POLICING TO BALINESE ORMAS CONFLICT: AN INTEGRATIVE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

I Nyoman Sudama, Adrianus E. Meliala, Chrysnanda Dwi Laksana, Supardi Hamid
2021 International Review of Humanities Studies  
A fairly large cross-disciplinary literature has developed and proposed a multi-dimensional notion of sustainability in organizational performance including public services and law-enforcement activities  ...  The results of the research show that the policing activities may place a stronger focus on conflict resolution by developing sustainable conflict transformation when there are regular conflict potential  ...  al., 2019; Grunwald, 2011; Samuels, 2005; Madachy, 2017; Ernest, 1961) .  ... 
doi:10.7454/irhs.v6i1.301 fatcat:zzcrmtr3s5aj3nuay542ledwey

Gender Regimes in the Middle East and North Africa: The Power of Feminist Movements

Valentine M Moghadam
2019 Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society  
and neoliberal public gender regimes with neopatriarchal and conservative-corporatist, and elucidate feminist organizing and mobilizing as a key driver in the transition from one public gender regime  ...  Applying Walby's model of gender regime, with some modifications, to the Middle East and North Africa, I highlight the importance of the family as an institutional domain, replace the ideal types of social-democratic  ...  Acknowledgments Research was enabled with funding from Northeastern University, including a Tier 1 grant, "Gender, Development and Democratization: What Are the Connections?"  ... 
doi:10.1093/sp/jxaa019 fatcat:nliet5ua3jadhb2q72urqfvzou

Education and Language Policy in Colombia: Exploring Processes of Inclusion, Exclusion, and Stratification in Times of Global Reform

Jaime A. Usma Wilches
2009 Profile Issues in Teachers' Professional Development  
This paper examines the National Bilingual Program in connection with other education and language reforms in Colombia and some of the processes of inclusion, exclusion, and stratification that accompany  ...  in current national policy agendas; namely, the externalization of policy discourses; the instrumentalization of languages; the stratification of groups, languages and cultures; and the standardization  ...  Needless to say, all the ideas, opinions, and omissions in this piece are the sole responsibility of the author.  ... 
doaj:5ab0833ea3344b9998aa3c11a82c8842 fatcat:xfqum3fnz5byjb7mh3c55vypim

Intentional STEM Infusion (ISI) Approach for 4-H Non-STEM Project Volunteers: Finding STEM in Plain Sight

Jeremy Elliott-Engel, Kelly Robinson, Donna Westfall-Rudd
2019 Journal of Human Sciences and Extension  
It has been acknowledged that recruiting and training STEM competent staff and volunteers is a limitation in expanding these types of programs.  ...  STEM literacy is identified as a necessary skill for participation in the future workforce. 4-H has responded to this need to develop STEM-ready youth by expanding access to project areas like Robotics  ...  and in this study, as well as the numerous personnel, program leaders, parents, teachers, and grantees who implemented and supported programming. Health Rocks!  ... 
doaj:ee54429e05684e45b186a4b3a5f85c52 fatcat:5xknmabmmbetvhvcrutzq4fz2i

Autonomous Intelligent Cyber-defense Agent (AICA) Reference Architecture. Release 2.0 [article]

Alexander Kott, Paul Théron, Martin Drašar, Edlira Dushku, Benoît LeBlanc, Paul Losiewicz, Alessandro Guarino, Luigi Mancini, Agostino Panico, Mauno Pihelgas, Krzysztof Rzadca
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In a conflict with a technically sophisticated adversary, NATO military tactical networks will operate in a heavily contested battlefield.  ...  weapon systems.  ...  The AHEAD Controller component implements the control logic of the system and manages a group of ADARCH Pots (Al Shaer et al. 2019) .  ... 
arXiv:1803.10664v2 fatcat:gtkwxl2gezcn7hbdtldxh77zai

Transforming contested sites of memory (lieux de mémoire)

Sarah Laimer
2020 unpublished
This paper will examine in the form of a case study one of these contested sites, namely the resting place of the generalissimo. The Cihu Mausoleum was the object of various iconoclastic measures.  ...  under DPP administration in 2019.  ...  systems (Yeh & Su 2019:612) .  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.62838 fatcat:cw7bjivnojdhjpbw2cqx66lqwq

Agency in transition: The role of transnational actors in the development of the off-grid solar PV regime in Uganda

Padmasai Lakshmi Bhamidipati, Ulrich Elmer Hansen, James Haselip
2019 Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions  
A B S T R A C T While the sustainability transitions literature has highlighted the importance of agency in technological change, there is still limited understanding of the role of transnational actors  ...  Specifically, we develop a typology of transnational actors and examine their roles in mobilizing the flow of knowledge, capital and technology towards shaping the country's off-grid solar PV rural electrification  ...  Supplementary data Supplementary material related to this article can be found, in the online version, at doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2019.02. 001.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eist.2019.02.001 fatcat:6txhc6t225andoh5wsi4c5zozu

Analysis of Development of Deradicalization of Terrorist Prisoners in the Correctional Institutions in Indonesia

Yusril Arinaldy Asdira
2020 Bisma The Journal of Counseling  
One of the indications is like the North Sumatra Poltabes office bombing incident in November 2019 where the Police arrested 74 suspected terrorists involved in the suicide bombing.  ...  The results show that various activities have been carried out by the government one of them is create BNPT a special institution to manage and implement deradicalization of terorrism prisoners through  ...  The author also thanks the parents and colleagues who have helped in the completion of this article.  ... 
doi:10.23887/bisma.v4i1.24231 fatcat:ywa7duktabcezonj5dbrjy3phm

Can the subaltern protect forests? REDD+ compliance, depoliticization and indigenous subjectivities

Franziska Müller
2020 Journal of Political Ecology  
These practices address subaltern local and indigenous actors, seek their compliance and thereby contribute to the stabilization of otherwise all-too-fragile global carbon governance systems.  ...  In total, these strategies promote programmatic subjectivities among indigenous 'stakeholders' and contribute to a new, 'glocal' understanding of nature-society relations.Keywords: global environmental  ...  In a comparable way, the Training the trainers manual develops alignment strategies for communitybased REDD+.  ... 
doi:10.2458/v27i1.23198 fatcat:yi3yzu7tazhnnjjck7dti2y734

Contested frontiers: land enclosures and indigenous politics in Myanmar's Chin State

Rainer Einzenberger
2019 unpublished
of capitalist space, and process of contestation and negotiation (agency).  ...  A multi-sited field research was conducted over several months from 2015-2017 in Chin State, Sagaing Region and Yangon, focusing on conflicts over land and natural resources and local responses.  ...  Similar to other cases of 'post-socialist transition', the change from a nominally socialist 'command economy' to a 'market economy' and from a one-party system to a multi-party system caused considerable  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.62875 fatcat:ekxes3bb4zfrbhopwjmfqp324y

Hydropower Politics and Conflict on the Salween River [chapter]

Carl Middleton, Alec Scott, Vanessa Lamb
2019 Regional Ecological Challenges for Peace in Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia Pacific  
The multi-scalar approach of a hydropolitics lens, which is less concerned with a local-state or local-global dichotomy, rather is interested in the ways that the politics of water are contested across  ...  Construction work at the dam site resumed in 1966.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-77440-4_3 fatcat:ofrgobfpwjapnbsiclgazzsecy
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