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    Priestley Duality for Bilattices.A. Jung & U. Rivieccio - 2012 - Studia Logica 100 (1-2):223-252.
    We develop a Priestley-style duality theory for different classes of algebras having a bilattice reduct. A similar investigation has already been realized by B. Mobasher, D. Pigozzi, G. Slutzki and G. Voutsadakis, but only from an abstract category-theoretic point of view. In the present work we are instead interested in a concrete study of the topological spaces that correspond to bilattices and some related algebras that are obtained through expansions of the algebraic language.
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    Der Aufhalter des Bösen: Carl Schmitt und die Grenze.Andreas Jung - 1997 - In Thomas Rahn & Markus Bauer (eds.), Die Grenze: Begriff Und Inszenierung. De Gruyter. pp. 83-90.
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  3. Syntomon, A Musical Genre From Around AD 800.Annette Jung - 1996 - Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec Et Latin 66:25.
     
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    Non-Involutive Twist-Structures.Umberto Rivieccio, Paulo Maia & Achim Jung - 2020 - Logic Journal of the IGPL 28 (5):973-999.
    A recent paper by Jakl, Jung and Pultr succeeded for the first time in establishing a very natural link between bilattice logic and the duality theory of d-frames and bitopological spaces. In this paper we further exploit, extend and investigate this link from an algebraic and a logical point of view. In particular, we introduce classes of algebras that extend bilattices, d-frames and N4-lattices to a setting in which the negation is not necessarily involutive, and we study corresponding logics. We (...)
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  5. Caution: Rumors Ahead—A Case Study on the Debunking of False Information on Twitter.Stefan Stieglitz, Björn Ross & Anna-Katharina Jung - 2020 - Big Data and Society 7 (2).
    As false information may spread rapidly on social media, a profound understanding of how it can be debunked is required. This study offers empirical insights into the development of rumors after they are debunked, the various user groups who are involved in the process, and their network structures. As crisis situations are highly sensitive to the spread of rumors, Twitter posts from during the 2017 G20 summit are examined. Tweets regarding five rumors that were debunked during this event were manually (...)
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