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Lyrische Narrationen Narrative Lyrik

Author: Hartmut Bleumer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110215926
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The volume is devoted to the relations, interrelations and interferences between narrative and lyric texts. Firstly it contains literary theory chapters on the possibilities of analysing lyric poetry from a narratological perspective, and then it presents and discusses historical case studies from medieval European literature which give a practical demonstration of the paradoxical interrelationships between narrative structure and lyrical quality.

Female Aggression

Author: Helen Gavin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118314743
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This critique explodes the stereotypical assumption that men are more prone than women to aggression A cogent and holistic assessment of the theoretical positions and research concerning female aggression Examines the treatment, punishment and community response to female aggressive behavior Examines topics including sexual power, serial murder and the evolution of gendered aggression Treats female aggression in its own right rather than as a counterpart to male violence

Case Based Learning

Author: Janet L. Kolodner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780792393436
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Case-based reasoning means reasoning based on remembering previous experiences. A reasoner using old experiences (cases) might use those cases to suggest solutions to problems, to point out potential problems with a solution being computed, to interpret a new situation and make predictions about what might happen, or to create arguments justifying some conclusion. A case-based reasoner solves new problems by remembering old situations and adapting their solutions. It interprets new situations by remembering old similar situations and comparing and contrasting the new one to old ones to see where it fits best. Case-based reasoning combines reasoning with learning. It spans the whole reasoning cycle. A situation is experienced. Old situations are used to understand it. Old situations are used to solve a problem (if there is one to be solved). Then the new situation is inserted into memory alongside the cases it used for reasoning, to be used another time. The key to this reasoning method, then, is remembering. Remembering has two parts: integrating cases or experiences into memory when they happen and recalling them in appropriate situations later on. The case-based reasoning community calls this related set of issues the indexing problem. In broad terms, it means finding in memory the experience closest to a new situation. In narrower terms, it can be described as a two-part problem: assigning indexes or labels to experiences when they are put into memory that describe the situations to which they are applicable, so that they can be recalled later; and at recall time, elaborating the new situation in enough detail so that the indexes it would have if it were in the memory are identified. Case-Based Learning is an edited volume of original research comprising invited contributions by leading workers. This work has also been published as a special issues of MACHINE LEARNING, Volume 10, No. 3.

Signs Search And Communication

Author: René J. Jorna
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110136586
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A selection of papers presented at the conference Expert Systems, Culture and Semiotics, held in Groningen, the Netherlands, December 1990. The volume is divided into three parts. The first part is about signs and representations, the second about reasoning and search, and the third about communicat