Figure 2 shows a framework for incorporation of aleatory
and epistemic uncertainties, the so-called Global Representation of Uncertainty in the Modelling Process (GRUMP).
The probability distributions of the aleatory
random variables [Z.
23) Indeed, the vague receipts included in women's cookbooks retain of the aura of the original work of art of which Benjamin writes most of all, since they reveal the individual, aleatory
nature of banquet theatre.
In line with the Bayesian approach, the uncertainty in parameters and input of QRA models is divided into aleatory
(stochastic) and epistemic (state-of-knowledge) uncertainty (e.
His insistence that the patterns and similarities in Greene's oeuvre are not aleatory
, but exist because Greene deliberately pursued such generalizations, is neither enlightening nor important.
In the end, Meillassoux contends that 'what the set-theoretical axiomatic demonstrates is at the very least a fundamental uncertainty regarding the totalizability of the possible,' and thus 'we should restrict the claims of aleatory
reasoning solely to objects of experience' (105).
2) This contradiction yielded a shift in artistic agency, from the connoisseur whose traditional aesthetic intuition determines value to the potter whose individual craft creates new forms, and a shift of emphasis from the fire that creates the aleatory
kiln effects (yohen) of traditional pottery--objects too hot to touch--to a more controlled application of technique.
I'd like to document the aleatory
everyday: the oddness of things and bodies as they unfold in time before they are assimilated to the haunted phantasies of the familiar.
It never ceases to amaze me that anyone believes all those people have gone to Huddersfield solely to explore the sound world of contemporary aleatory
QRA distinguishes between aleatory
(stochastic) and epistemic (state-of-knowledge) uncertainties (e.
The feasibility and application limits of stochastic computational models involve both aleatory
and epistemic uncertainties.
Ascoli is equally convincing in showing that Dante's delineation of a language at once "Italy's, the prince's, the curia's, the poets', and his own" (166) cannot escape the inconsistencies that would attend any effort to harmonize the aleatory
, feminine, childlike nature of Italian and the regulated, masculine, mature nature of Latin.