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Persistent Asynchronous Adaptive Specialization for Generic Array Programming

Generic array programming systematically abstracts from structural array properties such as shape and rank. As usual, generic programming comes at the price of lower runtime performance. The idea of ... Conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA’00), Minneapolis, USA. ACM (2000) 16. Voss, M., Eigenmann, R.: High-level adaptive program optimization with ADAPT. In

Special section on parallel programming

was to bring together researchers working in the areas of applications, computational models, language design, compilers, system architecture, and programming tools to discuss new developments in ... -Based Parallel Programming Models, WLPP 2017, which was a part of the 12th International Conference on Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, PPAM 2017, held on September 10-13, 2017, in Lublin

Twenty Years of Constraint Programming (CP) Research

is the first obvious intersection, as the first constraint languages were based on logic. The integration of operations research techniques in constraint programming has been extremely successful, as ... flexibility, one of the main features of constraint programming languages. Constraint programming global constraints are in fact, a very powerful modeling tool, but also enable the embedding of sophisticated

Interoperability in Programming Languages

Interoperability of programming languages is the ability for two or more languages to interact as part of the same system. Frequently, this means passing messages and data between potentially very ... languages pose a serious barrier to creating an interoperative system. However, interoperability is important to many existing systems today, as particular programming languages have emerged to target

Preface for the special issue on Ontologies and Logic Programming for Query Answering

in lightweight ontological languages? The first paper ‘‘Bringing existential variables in answer set programming and bringing nonmonotony in existential rules: two sides of the same coin’’ by Jean

The semantic view of theories and higher-order languages

takes models of theories to be interpretations of formal languages (‘model-theoretic structures’), whereas the strict semantic view takes them to be settheoretic structures. The difference between these ... if we take models to be interpretations of formal languages. More specifically, the concern is that if models are interpretations of formal languages, then “the celebrated claim of the linguistic

Judgements about double-embedded relative clauses differ between languages

-subjects replication that tests Dutch native speakers in both languages. These results, in combination with earlier findings, give rise to a hybrid account according to which the missing-VP effect is caused ... difference is not due to properties of the speakers (i.e., higher verbal working-memory capacity for Dutch and German speakers compared to English speakers) but is caused by properties of the languages. For

Special issue on inductive logic programming

relational learning, multi-relational data mining, relational reinforcement learning, graph mining, and connections with other learning paradigms. ILP also studies extensions of logic programming languages so ... programming languages so that they can be applied to machine learning although various extensions of such languages were proposed. In kProblog facts and rules are annotated by semiring labels to manipulate

Discovering workflow nets using integer linear programming

dimensions. As a consequence, the techniques are unable to find complex, non-local control flow patterns [29]. In [ 34 ] an integer linear programming (ILP) [ 24 ] based process discovery algorithm is ... two forms, i.e. state-based region theory [ 4,13,14 ] using transition systems as an input and languagebased region theory [ 1,2,10,17,18 ] using languages as an input. The main difference between

Tango: A Spanish-Based Programming Language

The first part of this article deals with the creation of my own Spanish-based programming language, Tango, using Spanish key words (instead of English key words). The second part relates to the ... :// Part of the Programming Languages and Compilers Commons, and the Spanish Linguistics Recommended Citation Article 11 Commons Cover Page Footnote Thank you to Ankur Gupta and Alex Quintanilla

Data retrieval from building information models based on visual programming

textual query languages are too complex to be employed by typical end users in the construction industry such as architects and engineers. Results To overcome this issue, two Visual Programming Languages ... Relational Algebra to allow handling of relations - a highly required feature of BIM QLs. Conclusions: The paper concludes with a discussion of the strengths and limitations of visual programming languages in

Computational thinking development through creative programming in higher education

levels, computational thinking can be developed and assessed through solving ill-defined problems. This paper introduces computational thinking in the context of Higher Education creative programming ... programming activities. In this study, we engage undergraduate students in a creative programming activity using Scratch. Then, we analyze the computational thinking scores of an automatic analysis tool and the

Trivial Languages

Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. Azzouni , J. ( 2003 ). The strengthened liar, the expressive strength of natural languages, and regimentation . The Philosophical Forum , 34 ... , 329 - 350 . Azzouni , J. ( 2006 ). Tracking reason: proof, consequence, and truth . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Azzouni , J. ( 2007 ). The inconsistency of natural languages: how we can live with

“It’s the difference between life and death”: The views of professional medical interpreters on their role in the delivery of safe care to patients with limited English proficiency

professional medical interpreters in efforts to improve patient safety. Objective To describe the views of professional medical interpreters on their role in the delivery of safe patient care. Design Qualitative ... results Participants' views on their role in patient safety were analyzed and organized into themes. Professional medical interpreters described being uniquely situated to identify and prevent adverse

A taxonomy of task-based parallel programming technologies for high-performance computing

Task-based programming models for shared memory—such as Cilk Plus and OpenMP 3—are well established and documented. However, with the increase in parallel, many-core, and heterogeneous systems, a ... tasks in the same program. The interleaved execution of tasks may be constrained by control- and data-flow dependencies. Many programming languages support task-based parallelism directly without

Can You Hear Me Now?: Interpreters for California Civil Cases

-languages. The following story is true, and her name was redacted to protect her identity. See Two Litigants Complained the L.A. Courts Did Not Give Them Interpreters, L.A. TIMES 1, 3 (Nov. 4, 2014), http ... languages within this population are: Spanish (66.8%), Chinese (8.2%), Vietnamese (4.5%), Tagalog (4.0%), and Korean (3.5%).15 A study of California court interpreters concluded, “[a]llowing proceedings to

Knowledge-based security testing of web applications by logic programming

This article introduces a new method for knowledge-based security testing by logic programming and the related tool implementation for model-based non-functional security testing of web applications ... its value in making software system more secure. Security testing; Model-based testing; Riskbased testing; Test data generation; Logic programming; Web applications; Knowledge management 1

Employing Community Voices: Informing Practice and Programming through Camden Healthy Start Focus Groups

residents, speak the same languages as clients, and when possible, live in the city. CHS also prepares bilingual staff to be attentive to differences in language translation, and affirm the importance of a

Power And Privilege: An Exploration Of Decision-Making Of Interpreters

This article presents the findings of a study conducted with Deaf and hearing American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters from Canada and the United States who interpret legal discourse and legal ... brought to you for free and open access by UNF Digital Commons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Journal of Interpretation by an authorized editor of the JOI, on behalf of the Registry of Interpreters

Use of Interpreters by Physicians

need. This includes language concordance between provider and patient as well as the use of family members with high levels of health literacy in both languages, who might be involved in clinician and