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See detailJSSJ rencontre RELOCAL – Mobilisations, sens et usages du concept de justice spatiale dans un projet de recherche européen
Blondel, Cyril UL; Evrard, Estelle UL; Németh, Sarolta et al

in Justice Spatiale - Spatial Justice (2019), 13(Espace public), 1-13

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See detailJudd mat Gaardebounen & Co. – les cuisines de terroir
Reckinger, Rachel UL

in Kmec, Sonja; Péporté, Pit (Eds.) Lieux de mémoire au Luxembourg (2012)

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See detailJuden und Herrschaft am Mittelrhein am Vorabend der Pestpogrome
Kreutz, Bernhard René UL

in Haverkamp, Alfred (Ed.) Geschichte der Juden im Mittelalter von der Nordsee bis zu den Südalpen (Kommentarband) (2002)

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See detailJudgement aggregation for multiagent systems
Slavkovik, Marija UL

Doctoral thesis (2012)

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See detailJudging people and their language use: How attitudes towards languages and language users affect speaker evaluations in multilingual contexts
Lehnert, Tessa Elisabeth UL; Krolak, Sabine UL

Presentation (2015, November 26)

In multilingual contexts, such as in Luxembourg, individuals are exposed to various languages spoken by different inhabitants. An important question within the framework of person perception is to what ... [more ▼]

In multilingual contexts, such as in Luxembourg, individuals are exposed to various languages spoken by different inhabitants. An important question within the framework of person perception is to what extent language attitudes influence our evaluative responses (i.e., differential perceptions of languages effect perceptions of speakers of these languages). However, multilingualism not only concerns the differential perceptions of languages but also refers to perceptions of (nationality) groups speaking such languages. The present project focuses on the interplay of attitudes towards languages and (national) groups of language users and their impact on speaker evaluations. To this extent we are adapting and testing a model of person perception based on linguistic cues. In addition, the proposed theoretical model assigns particular importance to the distinction between implicit and explicit information processing, which may be involved in multilinguals’ attitudes towards languages and language users. [less ▲]

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See detailJudging people and their language use: How attitudes towards languages and speakers’ nationality influence speaker evaluations in multilingual contexts, using Luxembourg as an example
Lehnert, Tessa Elisabeth UL; Krolak-Schwerdt, Sabine UL; Hörstermann, Thomas UL

Presentation (2016, March 21)

In social encounters, language is one of the most salient cues eliciting evaluative responses. According to models on language attitudes (e.g., Cargile, Giles, Ryan & Bradac, 1994), listeners` attitudes ... [more ▼]

In social encounters, language is one of the most salient cues eliciting evaluative responses. According to models on language attitudes (e.g., Cargile, Giles, Ryan & Bradac, 1994), listeners` attitudes towards the speaker`s language influence the evaluation of this speaking person. However, linguistic stimuli might evoke additional inferences, e.g. on speaker`s nationality. We are therefore experimentally testing whether attitudes towards languages and attitudes towards speaker`s nationality are two distinguishable constructs which has not been addressed in previous research. Furthermore, the distinction between implicit and explicit attitudes is examined, resulting in a theoretical framework of four distinct types of attitudes influencing speaker evaluations. Luxembourg`s linguistic context is determined by the existence of various languages spoken by different inhabitants. In the present study, the model is tested with Luxembourgish and French. Using a combination of explicit measures and an adapted audio Implicit Association Test (IAT; Greenwald et al., 2002), language and national attitudes of Luxembourgish university students are assessed. According our hypotheses, it is expected that language attitudes correlate moderately with national attitudes, providing evidence for the factorial separability. Results of regression analyses are discussed to give insight into the predictive impact of the four attitude types on speaker evaluations. A comparison between implicit and explicit attitudes is put into focus to demonstrate the model’s relevance. Overall, this study contributes to ascertaining the complexity of influencing factors on person perception based on linguistic cues by treating language and national attitudes as distinguishable constructs. [less ▲]

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See detailJudgment Aggregation and the Problem of Truth-Tracking
Pigozzi, Gabriella UL; Hartmann, Stephan

in Proceedings of the 11th conference on Theoretical aspects of rationality and knowledge (2007)

The problem of the aggregation of consistent individual judgments on logically interconnected propositions into a collective judgment on the same propositions has recently drawn much attention. The ... [more ▼]

The problem of the aggregation of consistent individual judgments on logically interconnected propositions into a collective judgment on the same propositions has recently drawn much attention. The difficulty lies in the fact that a seemingly reasonable aggregation procedure, such as propositionwise majority voting, cannot ensure an equally consistent collective outcome. The literature on judgment aggregation refers to such dilemmas as the doctrinal paradox. Three procedures have been proposed in order to overcome the paradox: the premise-based and conclusion-based procedures on the one hand, and the fusion approach on the other hand. In this paper we assume that the decision which the group is trying to reach is factually right or wrong. Hence, the question is how good the fusion approach is in tracking the truth, and how it compares with the premise-based and conclusion-based procedures. We address these questions in a probabilistic framework and show that belief fusion does especially well for individuals with a middling competence of hitting the truth of a proposition. [less ▲]

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See detailJudgment Aggregation for Cooperative Anchoring on the NAO Robots
Ganesan, V.; Slavkovik, Marija UL; Sousa, S. et al

in Works-in-progress track - 3rd International Conference on Social Robotics (2011)

Cooperative anchoring is the sharing of associations between symbols and sensor data across multi robot systems. We apply the solution of Judgment Aggregation, a logic based collective-decision making ... [more ▼]

Cooperative anchoring is the sharing of associations between symbols and sensor data across multi robot systems. We apply the solution of Judgment Aggregation, a logic based collective-decision making framework from social choice theory to the problem of cooperative anchoring in terms of information fusion. We model a multi-agent system comprising of nao robots on a search exercise using its vision and audition sensor into this framework and fuse them by means of aggregation rules and compare them on a truth-tracking basis. [less ▲]

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See detailJudgment aggregation rules based on minimization.
Lang, J. UL; Pigozzi, Gabriella UL; Slavkovik, Marija UL et al

in Actes des Cinquièmes Journées Francophones Modèles Formel de l'Interaction (MFI 11) (2011, July 12), XIII

Many voting rules are based on some minimization principle. Likewise, in the field of logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning, many belief change or inconsistency handling operators also make ... [more ▼]

Many voting rules are based on some minimization principle. Likewise, in the field of logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning, many belief change or inconsistency handling operators also make use of minimization. Surprisingly, minimization has not played a major role in the field of judgment aggregation, in spite of its proximity to voting theory and logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning. Here we make a step in this direction and study six judgment aggregation rules; two of them, based on distances, have been previously defined; the other four are new, and all inspired both by voting theory and knowledge representation and reasoning. We study the inclusion relationships between these rules and address some of their social choice theoretic properties. [less ▲]

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See detailJudicial Accountability in Comparative Context,
Al Hajjaji, Shams Al Din UL

Presentation (2017, April)

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See detailJudicial Accountability in Egypt
Al Hajjaji, Shams Al Din UL

Presentation (2015, October)

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See detailJudicial control in the system of mutual recognition- The ECJ's Judgment in Mantello
Ligeti, Katalin UL

in Kritische Vierteljahresschrift für Gesetzgebung und Rechtswissenschaft (2010), 4

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See detailJudicial Deference as a Principle of GAL? The Case of the WTO
Fahner, Johannes Hendrik UL

Presentation (2015, December 04)

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See detailJudicial Deference in International Adjudication
Fahner, Johannes Hendrik UL

Presentation (2016, October 26)

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See detailJudicial Deference in International Adjudication
Fahner, Johannes Hendrik UL

Presentation (2018, April 16)

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