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Open-ended spoken interactions are typically characterised by both structural complexity and high levels of uncertainty, making dialogue management in such settings a particularly challenging problem. Traditional approaches have focused on providing theoretical accounts for either the uncertainty or the complexity of spoken dialogue, but rarely considered the two issues simultaneously.
One of the most prominent and urgent problems in international
governance is how the different branches and norms of international
law interact, and what to do in the event of conﬂict. With no single
‘international legislator’and a multitude of states, international
organisations and tribunals making and enforcing the law, the
international legal system is decentralised.
In this chapter we discuss relations between information theory and statistical
mechanics. We show that the canonical and grand canonical distributions
can be obtained from Shannon’s principle of maximum uncertainty [1, 2, 3].
Moreover, the time evolution of the entropy of an isolated system and the H
theorem are discussed.
This book was conceived as a result of many years research with students
and postdocs in molecular simulation, and shaped over several courses on
the subject given at the University of Groningen, the Eidgen¨ossische Technische
Hochschule (ETH) in Z¨urich, the University of Cambridge, UK, the
University of Rome (La Sapienza), and the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, NC, USA.
Re-engaging with the Pure Theory of Law developed by Hans Kelsen and the
other members of the Viennese School of Jurisprudence, this book looks at the
causes and manifestations of uncertainty in international law. It considers both
epistemological uncertainty as to whether we can accurately perceive norms in
international law, and ontological problems which occur inter alia where two or
more norms conﬂict.
After graduation, I worked as a communications advisor
at Inland Revenue for six years. As a communications
advisor in a large and complex organisation, no one day
was ever the same. I worked on KiwiSaver (work-based
savings initiative); legislative, tax technical and social
policy projects; and business support communications.
This involved communication risk management,
communications planning, brand management and media,
government and general public relations.
Global GDP growth has lost steam in the course of 2012, and leading
indicators point to further weakness in the remainder of this year. Among the
largest non-EU advanced economies, Japan's post-disaster recovery is
pausing, while in the US growth appears to be gradually firming after a
protracted period of subdued performance. However, the uncertainty related
to the path of US fiscal policy over the coming months remains high. At the
same time, many emerging market economies have recently been moving
towards a more moderate rate of economic expansion, which in part reflects...
From the epidemiological data (fixed base line increment per 10 µg/m3 PM10 per 1 million inhabitant)
on the one hand and the average exposure level of the population on the other hand, the number of
health outcomes can be determined.
These calculations may be done for the current exposure to particulate matter as well as for a
hypothetical situation without road traffic-related air pollution. The difference between the two results
corresponds to the number of morbidity and mortality cases attributable to road traffic-related air
Jurisdictional Uncertainty. This is a vaguely defined term that refers to weaknesses
in property rights and contract-enforcing institutions. The term was coined by Arida,
Bacha, and Lara-Resende (2004) who describe it as some form of anticreditor bias,
the risk of changing the value of contracts before or at the moment of their
execution, and the risk of an unfavorable interpretation of contracts in case of a court
The relational model is one of many ways of modeling data from the real world. The
modeling process starts with the identification of the things in the real world that
you are modeling. These real world things are called entities. If you were creating a
database to catalog your music library, the entities would be things like compact
disc, song, band, record label, and so on. Entities do not need to be tangible things;
they can also be conceptual things like a genre or a concert.
Reproductive Health (RH) is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being
(not merely the absence of disease and infirmity) in all matters relating to the reproduc-
tive system and its functions and processes. Reproductive health therefore implies that
people are able to have a satisfying and safe sex life and that they have the capability to
reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so.
CASE 1 Timex and the Electronic Revolution CASE 2 Eastman Kodak and Digital Photography Introduction New Developments Affecting Competitive Advantage New Technology New Distribution Channels Economic Shifts Changes in Related or Neighboring Industries Government Regulation Response Options Prospecting Defending Harvesting Generic Change Situations Magnitude of Threat Ability to Adjust Common Change Situations Uncertainty Impact of Environmental Development Ability to Adjust Ethical Dimension Risk Preference Return Preference Summary Exercises and Discussion Questions
Decision theory in economics, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, and statistics is concerned with identifying the values, uncertainties and other issues relevant in a given decision, its rationality, and the resulting optimal decision. It is closely related to the field of game theory as to interactions of agents with at least partially conflicting interests whose decisions affect each other.
Economic literature often discusses that in the area of access to finance for SMEs, a market
imperfection/failure is not only present during a deep recession but also on an ongoing basis as a
fundamental structural issue. The reasons for the market failure relate to insufficient supply of
capital (debt or equity) and inadequacies on the demand side.
The most discussed effect of global warming is the increase of temperatures,
although this increase will not be homogeneous through the seasons, with the winters
expected to warm up significantly more than the summers. In addition, changes in
precipitation are also expected that could lead to increase or decrease of rainfall, snowfall
and other water-related events. Finally, a change in the frequency and intensity of storm
events could be possible, although this is probably the most uncertain of the effects of
The purpose of this study is to examine a current land development decision
within a one-shot decision framework. The main contributions of this study
are as follows. A private real estate investment decision model is proposed
within a one-shot decision framework, which is an innovative study on
analyzing real estate investment problems from an economic viewpoint by
using tools from the possibility theory. The analysis in this paper
demonstrates the relation between the amount of uncertainty and the
investment scale for different types of personal investors.
Arts-related real estate markets have paradoxical entry
barriers and advantages. There are barriers inherent
in the uncertainty of demand, zoning issues and the
costs of retrofitting old systems. At the same time,
entry barriers are lowered because the space demand is
flexible and often requires minimal high-end fixtures
Art-making, performance, craft production and
exhibition spaces attract users who want to adapt and
re-create space in flexible ways.
When we suffer personally, and when we encounter the suffering of
another person, we are confronted with many questions. A taken-forgranted
and apparently robust future now jeopardized leaves in its place
a hollow of uncertainty and fragility. Painfully unsettling, suffering seems
to call forth a natural human proclivity to distance oneself from the specter
of vulnerability. Understandably there is a tendency for healthcare
professionals to protect ourselves from the ravages of suffering encountered
in the lives of the persons we care for.
When consumers buy products like for instance food products, they make
choices by comparing price and quality among alternatives|e.g. a standard
product and an animal-welfare oriented variant. The choice between product
variants is inﬂuenced by the available information channels and the related
uncertainty of information concerning dierent quality characteristics.