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Adversary

The other side in litigation. For example, in a lawsuit, the plaintiff and the defendant are adversaries with respect to each other.
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The court said the fundamental construct of our criminal courts is modeled on an adversarial system of justice which decides on the strength of the evidence of the parties.
Adversarial learning deals with techniques used by a machine learning-based prediction mechanism such as a classifier to make itself robust against adversarial attacks.
Therefore, instead of unnecessarily blindfolding Themis to reinforce and rationalise an adversarial system, there should be evolved and enforced a pro-active justice system by synergising the attributes of both Justia and Prudentia.
In this paper, we propose a scene understanding framework based on generative adversarial networks, which trains the fully convolutional semantic segmentation network by adversarial network, and adopt high-order potentials to achieve the fine details and consistency of the segmented semantic image.
Second, concerning the aligned setting, we compare our method, which is conditioned on the unaligned target and is domain-adversarially trained, with pix2pix that is conditioned on the input and trained with plain adversarial loss.
Most adversarial images often work only at a particular angle.
In previous work, adversarial examples were usually used to attack various detection systems, such as face recognition [21, 22], malicious code detection [23], and spam filtering [24], all of which are aggressive behaviors out of malice.
We have to invest ` 70,000 crore in Says taxation has to be non- adversarial
The essence of the adversarial system is like the scientific method.
Hence, the inquisitorial method of legal practice is inherently less competitive in nature than the adversarial system, as it affords the disputing parties little opportunity to influence the evidence and proceedings to suit their own self-interest.
"I do feel that at the moment the headteachers and teachers and the Department for Education have a relationship that is so adversarial and it is the children who are suffering," she said.
The vitality of our adversarial system of constitutional criminal