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Trading Elephants for Ants: Efficient Post-attack Reconstitution [chapter]

Meixing Le, Zhaohui Wang, Quan Jia, Angelos Stavrou, Anup K. Ghosh, Sushil Jajodia
2012 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
In this paper, we present a reconstitution framework that records inter-application communications; by logging only inter-application events, we trade our capability for data provenance and recovery within  ...  To achieve this, we employ novel algorithms that compute the data provenance dependencies from the application interactions while minimizing the required state we maintain for system reconstitution.  ...  Our approach attempts to lay a strong foundation to prevent cross-application contamination and provide efficient system reconstitution.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31909-9_27 fatcat:kd4slumfe5c67fxn7sk7znekla

Future Frontier: Ante Up

Sally Breen, University, My, Patricia Wise, Nigel Krauth
2018
Where then, post-alienation, post-rebellion, post-apocalypse, can the Californian narrative take us?  ...  In cities like Las Vegas, for example, the reconstitution of wonder replaces the desire for the original with the desire for sensorial convergence.  ...  He'd blocked off other stuff for this. Finally, about twelve, they arrived. Drunk. Out of control. We could hear them Ante Up 256 from downstairs smashing things and they were wrestling on the floor.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/1385 fatcat:exl3jzylwnas5pljfkgum54rka

"Essai d'Histoire locale" – English version [chapter]

2020 Essai d'histoire locale by Djiguiba Camara  
Comparison with the previous note allows for reconstitution of the text.  ...  To this end, an army of hunters commanded by Tangbo Oulén was responsible for killing the elephants whose tusks were used for trades in the same way as gold, bullocks, and rubber.  ...  Briama was attacked and destroyed.  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004424876_009 fatcat:t6e5mannqba4jkigf7pejxjg74

Natural History and Ecology of Bark Beetles [chapter]

Kenneth F. Raffa, Jean-Claude Grégoire, B. Staffan Lindgren
2015 Bark Beetles  
An additional but poorly understood aspect linked to stand composition is the need for synovigenic adult parasitoids to feed in order to reconstitute their egg load.  ...  The trade-offs between colonizing weak versus vigorous trees also have substantial higher-scale inputs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-417156-5.00001-0 fatcat:byru2t4nijbenhguveo6llvcaa

The theory of the managed firm (TMF)

J.-C. Spender
2015 Human Systems Management  
This is surely a problem for those teaching firm management in business schools and elsewhere -albeit an elephant that has been swept under the carpet.  ...  The TMF provides a post-positivist basis for re-theorizing entrepreneurship, business leadership, strategizing, and innovation management. Practice rather than theory is its basis.  ...  This phase is marked by a focus on manipulating and trading debt rather, as with previous BMs', a focus on managing and trading investment.  ... 
doi:10.3233/hsm-150835 fatcat:hvdbdvs7ivbzji67i7uvlf5j5y

United States nuclear weapons, 2022

Hans M. Kristensen, Matt Korda
2022 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists  
(Federal Trade Commission 2018) .  ...  The new weapon would likely be intended for deployment on attack submarines.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00963402.2022.2062943 fatcat:s4xati43sjbvdbaesxoyqk3s6q

The blind watchmaker

Michael Ruse
1987 Trends in Ecology & Evolution  
Elephants, for instance.  ...  By 'trades' I mean ways of making a living, such as burrowing for worms, digging for ants, chasing large herbivores, eating leaves up trees.  ...  You can't make an elephant by mutation if the existing embryology is octopus embryology. That is obvious enough.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-5347(87)90158-3 fatcat:5duofvw5m5byrebxuea2kmewey

Peace, Land, and Bread: A Scholarly Journal of Revolutionary Theory and Practice #3

Ben Stahnke, Taylor Genovese, Christian Noakes, Samuel Parry, Amal Samaha, Jackson Albert Mann, Lucas Huang, Mark LaRubio, Sergio Dias Branco, Jarrod Grammel, Ethan Deere, Joe Dwyer (+23 others)
2021 figshare.com  
a number of terror attacks in the mid 90's.  ...  Rather than give in to claims to know the whole elephant in advance, let's work out collaboratively, as a common task, some practices of putting parts of the elephant as we sense and know them next to  ...  Peter O'Connor recorded in his diary in an entry for July 20th: The Fascists made a fierce attack this morning on our right flank using 40 or 50 bombers, machine guns and tanks. Our flank gave way.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13577717.v1 fatcat:cwyycd7vmfcytpsfz5o6vsyora

The Fuhrer Principle of International Law: Individual Responsibility and Collective Punishment

Larry Cata Backer
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Communities-the nation-state, religious communities, terrorist organizations-are arranged through a cultivation of error: mistaking causes for effects, assuming a false causality, creating an imagined  ...  But money, while an effective compensatory proxy for returning to a status quo ante, is hardly ever enough.  ...  Nations of tens and hundreds of millions are reconstituted as servants of the leader's will. When the terror attacks against the United States occurred on September 11, 2001, a name was craved.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.410460 fatcat:7ok2bdwvcbclbgwsbz2jisikxu

Living the end of empire: politics and society in late colonial Zambia

2012 ChoiceReviews  
economic and strategic interests with racial issues would complicate its policies towards southern Africa for many years.  ...  However, American officials were concerned about race relations and thus withheld diplomatic recognition. 2 The Federation disintegrated in 1963, but the challenge for the United States of balancing  ...  ' We had a bit of a boom in July with the Victoria Falls celebrations', a spokesman for the Zambezi Trading Company told a reporter from the Central Africa Post, 'but the present slacking off has more  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-4018 fatcat:lxuvcxotwfbwjngopl5bt6he64

Politicisation of Quasi-Indigenousness on the Russo-Chinese Frontier [chapter]

Ivan Peshkov
2012 Frontier Encounters: Knowledge and Practice at the Russian, Chinese and Mongolian Border  
Provocations on the border became more frequent: "crowds of provocateurs dressed as soldiers and wielding clubs, axes, crowbars and rocks, not uncommonly attacked Soviet border posts.  ...  It allows the reconstitution of the "full individual", the associative process of a torn personality.  ...  opposite processes of ruination (Stoler 2008) : whereas Russians are credited for erecting buildings for Mongols to ruin, sustaining a legitimate relationship of brotherhood, Chinese people are resented  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0026.09 fatcat:jvyfbfby5rgo5bvaswzhcxskl4

Displacement Economies in Africa: Paradoxes of Crisis and Creativity

Pádraig Carmody
2016 Journal of Borderlands Studies  
For others, even if the market has become less predictable and efficient, it has allowed space for a much wider range of actors at various levels, including intermediaries in the buying and transport arenas  ...  These were not very efficient as a protection force, but Kony and his men interpreted their formation as a betrayal and treason against the cause they were fighting for.  ...  For an indepth analysis, see Geenen (2012a) . 12 This military campaign provoked serious indignation on the part of local church leaders and international organ izations for the sheer brutality in which  ... 
doi:10.1080/08865655.2015.1114008 fatcat:mdq4bmcar5gd7edn3hv2sm7qcm

Displacement economies in Africa: paradoxes of crisis and creativity

2015 ChoiceReviews  
For others, even if the market has become less predictable and efficient, it has allowed space for a much wider range of actors at various levels, including intermediaries in the buying and transport arenas  ...  These were not very efficient as a protection force, but Kony and his men interpreted their formation as a betrayal and treason against the cause they were fighting for.  ...  For an indepth analysis, see Geenen (2012a) . 12 This military campaign provoked serious indignation on the part of local church leaders and international organ izations for the sheer brutality in which  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.187621 fatcat:j2x6vnxfyjbl5mes2kvhw4frae

A Study of Transhumance Pastoralism in Village Utla, District Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Muhammad Jamal Nasir, Anwar Saeed Khan, Said Alam, Riyasat Sultan
2020 Sarhad Journal of Agriculture  
Simple protective fencing is easily destroyed by wildlife such as elephants, buffalo and zebra.  ...  strategies, trade and warfare.  ... 
doi:10.17582/journal.sja/2020/36.2.533.540 fatcat:v24dqorypfdozlwqik2evtsmxe

The King and the People [article]

Abhishek Kaicker
2020 Zenodo  
Despite their reticence in such matters, it would appear that another importance source of wealth for Delhi's elites was trade. Attitudes toward trade in the empire were complex.  ...  Chandra, Medieval India, 383. 126 For the reach of Mughal traders, see Dale, Indian Merchants and Eurasian Trade, 1600-1750; Habib, "Merchant Delhi had become a major center of the cloth trade with  ...  See poll tax judge (Qazi), 31, 204, 267-68 accused of corruption, 89 as imperial agents, 103-4, 152-53, 155, 159-60, 237, 248-49, 252-53 attacked by crowds, 169, 238-39, 247-48, 272, 273, 281, 286  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6349428 fatcat:ybadjg464jcdfnmtkqqluudjay
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