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adversarial

having or involving opposing parties or interests in a legal contest. Very broadly speaking, the Anglo-American systems prefer a system of justice where the result is obtained through the battle between the opponents without the seeking of absolute truth being a part of the process. Traditionally this meant that the judge was a referee rather than a participant and that the parties had control of the process. Recent trends are to at least have judges manage cases and seek to identify issues in dispute and to promote ever greater disclosure or discovery of material in the hands of parties and elsewhere. This system contrasts in theory with an INQUISITORIAL SYSTEM.
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'In an adversarial system, the role of the judge is that of a neutral umpire, unruffled by emotions, a judge is to ensure fair trial between the prosecution and the defence on the basis of the evidence before [him],' said an SC judgment, authored by Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah.
Adversarial learning (Tygar 2011) is an instance of machine learning by which two entities called the learner and adversary attempt to learn a prediction mechanism for data related to a problem domain at hand, albeit with different objectives.
Be warned Cllr Storey and Cllr Rooney, people are sick and tired of destructive adversarial party politics.
This project aims to study which adversarial attacks for malware are realistic (i.e.
On the other side, adversarial system is prevalent in most of the Common Law countries, including United Kingdom, United States, and other Commonwealth countries.
"It is not an adversarial thing but an interaction, that assurance we have been given and is a matter that is on public records," he said.
It uses the classification of internal and external transparency to evaluate Chinese criminal procedure, to examine whether internal transparency is not as guaranteed as external transparency, as well as the underlying factors of the Chinese system, such as its legal culture and legal history, to evaluate whether they are compatible with the basic tenets of the adversarial system.
Why take an adversarial default position theany administration?element-invisibleOpinion ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1It is the duty, I believe, of the so-called Fourth Estate to help police the three supposedly independent branches of government whose powers and resources are too vast for the plain folk to check when abused.
To achieve this goal, we design a generator network G and an adversarial network D.
Formally, the unaligned conditional adversarial loss we propose can be formulated as
A group of students, called labsix, from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), published a (https://www.openreview.net/forum?id=S18Su--CW&noteId=S18Su--CW) paper on Arxiv and also a (http://www.labsix.org/physical-objects-that-fool-neural-nets/) press release titled, "Fooling Neural Networks in the Physical World with 3D Adversarial Objects," that says they have successfully tricked Google's Inception V3 image classifier AI released for researchers to tinker with.
I think it would [be appropriate] if it were not adversarial coming from a moral high horse, you know,' he said.