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ベトナムの黒タイ族村落における民族学調査 - Ethnological Research in the Taî-Dams Villages in Vietnam

Masao KASHINAGA is Assistant Professor at Department of Social Research - National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka, Japan. Its research topics are : 1. Historical study about the traditional socio-political units in the Southeast Asia; 2. Ethnographic study on the Black Tai society focusing on the material cultures; 3. Study about the relation between the Nation and the ethnic groups. In this interview named: "Ethnological research in the Taî-Dams villages in Vietnam ", Mr Masao Kashinaga speaks about his academic course and describes its research about the ethnic groups belonging to the Tai-speaking people that ...
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Cheetah Experimental Platform

The open-source Cheetah Experimental Platform (CEP) has been developed at the University of Innsbruck over the last few years for facilitating the execution of empirical studies. In this session I will give an overview of the main capabilities of CEP and explain how it can be extended to suit specific needs.CEP provides components that are frequently used in modeling sessions (i.e., modeling environment, components for training participants, and questionnaires to collect additional information, e.g., demographic data of modelers). The modeling environment is highly configurable, allowing researchers to conduct modeling session with different feature sets (e.g., different modeling elements or tool ...
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Computers are Not Omnipotent

In 1984, TIME magazine quoted the chief editor of a certain software publication as saying: "Put the right kind of software into a computer, and it will do whatever you want it to. There may be limits on what you can do with the machines themselves, but there are no limits on what you can do with software." This talk will survey results obtained over the last 80 years by mathematicians, logicians and computer scientists, which disprove this ignorance-based statement in a sweeping and fundamental way. We shall discuss problems that are provably non-computable, as well as ...
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