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Typing the Behavior of Objects and Components using Session Types

Antonio Vallecillo, Vasco T. Vasconcelos, António Ravara
2003 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
This paper describes a proposal for typing the behavior of objects in component models.  ...  We build on the works by Honda et al. [6] and Gay and Hole [5] to show how session types can be effectively used for describing protocols, extending the information currently provided by object interfaces  ...  In this paper we use the concept of session types [6] for describing the dynamic behavior of components.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1571-0661(05)80382-2 fatcat:epmuocu2tbb6nb7boib2n7k3fm

A Formal Model of Object Mobility in Resource-Restricted Deployment Scenarios [chapter]

Einar Broch Johnsen, Rudolf Schlatte, Silvia Lizeth Tapia Tarifa
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We analyze the average behavior of models which vary in the execution capacity of deployment components and in object relocation strategies by means of Monte Carlo simulations.  ...  Their execution is restricted by deployment components which reflect the execution capacity of groups of objects between observable points in time.  ...  We compare the behavior of ABS models with the same functional behavior and workload when the models are deployed on components with different amounts of resources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35743-5_12 fatcat:qoksf5lahzfe3k2hvqm5awbtve

Digital Object Prototypes: An Effective Realization of Digital Object Types [chapter]

Kostas Saidis, George Pyrounakis, Mara Nikolaidou, Alex Delis
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Digital Object Prototypes (DOPs) provide the DL designer with the ability to model diverse types of digital objects in a uniform manner while offering digital object type conformance; objects conform to  ...  In this paper, we outline how DOPs effectively capture and express digital object typing information and finally assist in the development of unified web-based DL services such as adaptive cataloguing,  ...  The derived digital object typing information -that is, which components constitute each different type of object and how each object behaves -is not realized in a manner suitable for effective use by  ... 
doi:10.1007/11863878_11 fatcat:tfi7glzxivda7gabmgqldizoru

Engineering of interworking TINA-based telecommunication services

M. Kolberg, R.O. Sinnott, E.H. Magill
1999 TINA '99. 1999 Telecommunications Information Networking Architecture Conference Proceedings (Cat. No.99EX368)  
This paper focuses on this issue and the underlying technology of the service creation approach with emphasis on how service federation has been implemented. 205 Authorized licensed use limited to: UNIVERSITY  ...  The approach is based around object-oriented software frameworks in SDL which are specialized towards services by means of graphical paradigm tools.  ...  In TOSCA this core behavior has been based around the informal description of the behavior of the service session components, i.e. the ssUAP, USM, SSM and SF; their ODL (Object Definition Language) description  ... 
doi:10.1109/tina.1999.789991 fatcat:2tfxvxov4jbv7mvtzlccbbesru

Reductions in neural activity underlie behavioral components of repetition priming

Gagan S Wig, Scott T Grafton, Kathryn E Demos, William M Kelley
2005 Nature Neuroscience  
target and disrupt activity in the left frontal cortex during repeated classification of objects.  ...  Left-frontal TMS disrupted both the neural and behavioral markers of priming.  ...  This work was supported by a US National Institutes of Health grant (MH64667) to W.M.K. and the Dartmouth Brain Imaging Center.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nn1515 pmid:16056222 fatcat:jdbj4xntvrcmvmkzc3yip2ws4a

Social Factors Influence Behavior in the Novel Object Recognition Task in a Mouse Model of Down Syndrome

Cesar Sierra, Ilario De Toma, Lorenzo Lo Cascio, Esteban Vegas, Mara Dierssen
2021 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience  
on male and female and on wild-type and trisomic behavior.  ...  one of the most used tests for proving drug effects on memory, the novel object recognition (NOR) test.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the support given by the PRBB Animal Facility.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbeh.2021.772734 pmid:34803627 pmcid:PMC8602686 fatcat:56n6zta6xrgenegop3gwmpyvru

Page 356 of Journal of Management Education Vol. 19, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Journal of Management Education  
During this review, the teaching assistant used transparencies of lecture and textbook outlines to provide structure. Time was spent discussing many of the behavioral objectives on the outlines.  ...  These outlines were lists of behavioral objectives, which helped students clarify the specific information they were required to master. Table 1 presents a sample of a behavioral objective outline.  ... 

The Microsoft Repository

Philip A. Bernstein, Brian Harry, Paul Sanders, David Shutt, Jason Zander
1997 Very Large Data Bases Conference  
The Microsoft Repository is an object-oriented repository that ships as a component of Visual Basic (Version 5.0).  ...  It includes a set of ActiveX interfaces that a developer can use to define information models, and a repository engine that is the underlying storage mechanism for these information models.  ...  Acknowledgments The design of the Microsoft Repository interfaces was a joint effort between Microsoft Corp. and Texas Instruments, Inc., originally conceived by David Vaskevitch of Microsoft and Keith  ... 
dblp:conf/vldb/BernsteinHSSZ97 fatcat:cwwlnte4offadcylr3fcu6opce

Analysis of precurrent skills in solving mathematics story problems

Nancy A Neef, Diane E Nelles, Brian A Iwata, Terry J Page
2003 Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis  
probes and that once the precurrent behaviors were established, the number of correct problem solutions increased.  ...  Results of a multiple baseline design across behaviors showed that the teaching procedures were effective in increasing correct performance of each of the precurrent behaviors with untaught problems during  ...  A remedial trial using a different problem of the same type was then presented.  ... 
doi:10.1901/jaba.2003.36-21 pmid:12723864 pmcid:PMC1284414 fatcat:hfjob2xtgvhgrlbd3bnns53kee

Extending TINA to Support Service Customization [chapter]

Linas Maknavičius, Gautier Koscielny, Simon Znaty
1999 Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems II  
An intermediate level consists of a dynamic user-driven customization based on component groups and generic service types.  ...  and preferences, i.e., the capabilities of customizing services.  ...  A part of the work described in this paper is partially supported by the Britanny General Council and the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35565-8_8 fatcat:rdvaztvnnrbepi7lpz7orcfrrm

The Munich Reference Model for Adaptive Hypermedia Applications [chapter]

Nora Koch, Martin Wirsing
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The main novelty of our approach is an object-oriented specification written in UML (Unified Modeling Language) which integrates both an intuitive visual representation and a formal unambiguous specification  ...  Our reference model is defined as an extension of the Dexter Hypertext Reference Model including user modeling aspects and rule-based adaptation mechanisms.  ...  We thank the reviewers for their valuable feedback and their requests for additional explanations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47952-x_23 fatcat:w7jbqi2ymzanzotrgvf7zpsfqa

Development of a Fully Automated, Web-Based, Tailored Intervention Promoting Regular Physical Activity Among Insufficiently Active Adults With Type 2 Diabetes: Integrating the I-Change Model, Self-Determination Theory, and Motivational Interviewing Components

Michel Moreau, Marie-Pierre Gagnon, François Boudreau
2015 JMIR Research Protocols  
, type of motivation, PA behavior, and other constructs and techniques.  ...  The key components of the intervention include a self-monitoring tool for PA behavior, a weekly action planning tool, and eight tailored motivational sessions based on attitude, self-efficacy, intention  ...  Finally, we thank Hein de Vries from Maastricht University and two of his graduate students (Daniela Schulz and Michel Walthouwer) for their contribution to the development of the intervention.  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.4099 pmid:25691346 pmcid:PMC4376153 fatcat:ovf5mfbqtfdtniogwrw4haeii4

An Intrusion-Detection Model

Dorothy E. Denning
1986 1986 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy  
The model includes profiles for representing the behavior of subjects with respect to objects in terms of metrics and statistical models, and rules for acquiring knowledge about this behavior from audit  ...  the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  ...  of a profile is p, and the Variable-Type component is t.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sp.1986.10010 dblp:conf/sp/Denning86 fatcat:ats4anjt4bhzvfhvpyw476ku4m

Rapid Assessment of Attention Types for the Treatment of Attention-Maintained Problem Behavior

Craig W. Strohmeier, Carolyn Crysdale, Suni Schwandtner
2018 Behavior Analysis in Practice  
We describe the procedures for conducting a RAAT, as well as the results of a treatment evaluation that included two attention types from the RAAT, programmed to increase prosocial alternative behaviors  ...  In the current study, we expanded previously described attention assessment procedures (e.g., Piazza et al., 1999) to create a rapid assessment of attention types (RAAT) suitable for clinical and educational  ...  Ethical Approval All procedures performed in studies involving human participants were in accordance with the ethical standards of the institutional and/or national research committee and with the 1964  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40617-018-00300-x pmid:30538918 pmcid:PMC6269395 fatcat:tphmnc3xwzgzfaho6zahfudq5m

The structure of pigeon multiple-class same-different learning

Robert G Cook
2002 Journal of The Experimental Analysis of Behavior  
Using a same-different choice task requiring the discrimination of odd-item different displays (one or more of the display's component elements differed) from same displays (all display components identical  ...  As humans, we are experts, detecting and abstracting the general patterns in the world's particulars and then using this information to guide our behavior.  ...  features consistently separated the same and different displays, thus leaving only the same-different relations of the component elements to guide discriminative behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1901/jeab.2002.78-345 pmid:12507008 pmcid:PMC1284904 fatcat:4lvonfpqbrblznccbmn7snk2wi
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