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“Let's Argue!”: Communicative Action in World Politics
  • T. Risse
  • Sociology
  • International Organization
  • 1 December 2000
This article introduces a mode of social action and interaction that has so far been largely overlooked in the U.S.-dominated international relations debate between rational choice and socialExpand
Combining global optimization with local selection for efficient QoS-aware service composition
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This paper proposes a solution that combines global optimization with local selection techniques to benefit from the advantages of both worlds and significantly outperforms existing solutions in terms of computation time while achieving close-to-optimal results. Expand
When Europe Hits Home: Europeanization and Domestic Change
We argue in this paper in favor of a rather parsimonious theoretical approach to the study of the domestic impact of Europeanization. Whether we study policies, politics, or polities, a misfitExpand
The Power of Human Rights: The socialization of international human rights norms into domestic practices: introduction
Fifty years ago, on December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). At the time, the delegates clearly noted that the Declaration wasExpand
Selecting skyline services for QoS-based web service composition
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This paper proposes an approach based on the notion of skyline to effectively and efficiently select services for composition, reducing the number of candidate services to be considered, and discusses how a provider can improve its service to become more competitive and increase its potential of being included in composite applications. Expand
From Europeanisation to Diffusion: Introduction
This special issue explores to what extent policies and institutions of the European Union spread across different contexts. Are the EU's attempts to transfer its policies and institutions toExpand
A hybrid approach for efficient Web service composition with end-to-end QoS constraints
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This article proposes a hybrid solution that combines global optimization with local selection techniques to benefit from the advantages of both worlds and significantly outperforms existing solutions in terms of computation time while achieving close-to-optimal results. Expand
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