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  1. Approche conceptuelle pour un systeme expert distine a la ...

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    In this article we present an approach of the design and realization of an expert system intended for the autonomous wind-solar systems design with batteries of storage. This approach uses the formalisms of representation of knowledge which is a hybridization of the rules of production and structured objects. To this end, a ...

  2. Time-scales of erosion and weathering processes in the Himalayan river system: Element and isotope approach using the U-series; Constantes de temps des processus d'erosion et d'alteration dans le systeme himalayen: approche geochimique elementaire et isotopique par les series de l'uranium

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    Granet, M

    2007-06-15

    The time-scales of erosion and weathering processes are key parameters which need to be determined to understand the response of the reliefs to external forcing like tectonics, climate and human activities. They were recovered by using U-series nuclides analyzed in sediments and suspended materials carried by the Himalayan rivers of the Ganges and Brahmaputra basins. In the Ganges basin, the time-scales of weathering determined from the study of coarse sediments carried by the Kali Gandaki range from several ky, where the uplift is located, to 350 ky. Such values indicate that the bed-rocks are in situ weathered for a long period before the weathering residual products get transported in the rivers as coarse sediments. At the outlet of the high range, these sediments are carried by the tributaries of the Ganges, the Gandak and Ghaghara, during a transfer period of about 100 ka. The study of the sediments at the outlet of the Brahmaputra tributaries allows to propose time-scales of weathering ranging from 110 to 270 ky. Such long periods confirm that during their transfer in the plains, the sediments are temporarily trapped at several places in the basins. In the Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers, the time-scales of sedimentary transfer are 575 and 160 ky, respectively. These values, which are of the same order as their response times, are much longer than the timescales of the Quaternary climate oscillations. It confirms the buffering action of the asiatic alluvial plains for the high-frequency sediment flux variations in response to external forcing in the chain. The study of suspended materials suggests that their chemical compositions result from the mixing of coarse river sediments with fine particles from various locations in the basin which are affected by vegetation recycling. By contrast to coarse sediments, the time-scales of transfer for the suspended materials are fast, e.g. a few ky, pointing the potential of U-series nuclides to assess particle transport laws as a function of their size. (author)

  3. L’approche contributionnelle

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    Borderieux Julien

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Le but de l’article est de présenter l’approche contributionnelle en tant que procédure d’analyse et de rédaction de textes professionnels. Tout d’abord est présentée l’approche contributionnelle d’un texte, c’est-à-dire sa lecture à partir d’un point d’observation privilégié : la contribution, au sens linguistique et pragmatique du terme, en référence à son introduction (sans définition chez l’auteur par le philosophe du langage Paul Grice (Grice, 1989 [1]. Nous envisagerons aussi les approches extra-gricéennes de la notion de contribution (Nemo, 2001 [2] ; Portuguès, 2011 [3] ; Clark Schaefer, 1989 [4], ainsi que celles recoupant partiellement l’approche contributionnelle (Upton Cohen, 2009 [5]. Nous montrerons ensuite les possibilités originales d’utilisation de cette approche en l’appliquant à un objet rédactionnel spécifique, le texte de brevet d’invention, type de texte professionnel, normé et formaté. Nous indiquerons comment un tel texte peut être modélisé en segments contributionnels repérés par des marqueurs qui en délimitent l’entrée et la sortie. Enfin nous dégagerons le caractère heuristique de la lecture contributionnelle d’un texte : la strate contributionnelle représente une manière de lire ou d’écrire un texte qui se fonde sur sa décomposition en contributions identifiées et mécaniquement articulées les unes aux autres. Nous proposerons alors de mettre en perspective cette vision mécanisée du texte dans le cadre d’une théorie contributionnelle des textes tendant à considérer tout texte comme un ensemble de contributions logiquement connectées entre elles, dans une perspective de cohérence textuelle.

  4. De l’approche communicative à une approche cognitive

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    YING Xiaohua

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Avec l’apparition de l’approche communicative, la centration de l’enseignement/apprentissage des langues se déplace de l’objet-langue aux pratiques de l’objet-langue, ce qui marque un tournant épistémologique dans l’histoire de l’enseignement/apprentissage des langues. En tant que successeur de l’approche communicative, la perspective actionnelle souligne, de plus, une activité pédagogique guidée par la tâche, ce qui la dote d’une dimension cognitive plus saillante. Une approche cognitive qui se focalise sur la résolution de problèmes et qui tient compte au plus près du processus d’apprentissage de l’apprenant a vu ainsi le jour récemment et indique une nouvelle perspective aux méthodologies de l’enseignement des langues.

  5. Photovoltaic systems on flat roofs. A new approach; Photovoltaique sur toits plats. Une nouvelle approche. Rapport final

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    Roecker, C.; Bonvin, J.; Muller, A.

    1999-06-01

    Flat roofs are among the best choices to mount photovoltaics on buildings. Nevertheless, standard solutions in use till the mid-nineties were quite poor, as far as price, aesthetics and ease of maintenance were concerned. This report presents, following a comprehensive typology study of flat roofs, a series of new and innovative solutions, fully developed and tested. There are three main system groups, differing essentially by the ballasting method used to keep the panels on the roof: (i) the SOFREL family, using concrete blocs weighting; (ii) the SOLBAC family, using existing ballast weighting; and (iii) the SOLGREEN family, using ballast and earth weighting. Some more systems, not finalised, are also described, giving some hints for possible new developments. To conclude, this project has brought three main systems, all three already or soon commercially available, allowing a simple and easy mounting of photovoltaic panels on any flat roof type. (author)

  6. Methode de conception dirigee par les modeles pour les systemes avioniques modulaires integres basee sur une approche de cosimulation

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    Bao, Lin

    In the aerospace industry, with the development of avionic systems becomes more and more complex, the integrated modular avionics (IMA) architecture was proposed to replace its predecessor - the federated architecture, in order to reduce the weight, power consumption and the dimension of the avionics equipment. The research work presented in this thesis, which is considered as a part of the research project AVIO509, aims to propose to the aviation industry a set of time-effective and cost-effective solutions for the development and the functional validation of IMA systems. The proposed methodologies mainly focus on two design flows that are based on: 1) the concept of model-driven engineering design and 2) a cosimulation platform. In the first design flow, the modeling language AADL is used to describe the IMA architecture. The environment OCARINA, a code generator initially designed for POK, was modified so that it can generate avionic applications from an AADL model for the simulator SIMA (an IMA simulator compliant to the ARINC653 standards). In the second design flow, Simulink is used to simulate the external world of IMA module thanks to the availability of avionic library that can offer lots of avionics sensors and actuators, and as well as its effectiveness in creating the Simulink models. The cosimulation platform is composed of two simulators: Simulink for the simulation of peripherals and SIMA for the simulation of IMA module, the latter is considered as an ideal alternative for the super expensive commercial development environment. In order to have a good portability, a SIMA partition is reserved as the role of " adapter " to synchronize the communication between these two simulators via the TCP/IP protocol. When the avionics applications are ported to the implementation platform (such as PikeOS) after the simulation, there is only the " adapter " to be modified because the internal communication and the system configuration are the same. An avionics

  7. Intégration des Tice et apprentissage de l'enseignement : une approche systémique Integrating technology and learning to teach: a systemic perspective

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    Francis Bangou

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available De nombreuses études soulignent à quel point il est complexe d'analyser les changements pédagogiques entraînés par l'intégration des Tice. Cette recherche-action tente d'analyser de façon systémique les interrelations qu'entretient l'intégration des Tice avec les changements pédagogiques dans le cadre d'un programme de formation d'enseignants en langues étrangères au sein d'une grande université américaine. Le cadre théorique nous permettra tout d'abord de délimiter une perspective systémique et de présenter notre conception de l'intégration des Tice et de l'apprentissage. Puis, nous présenterons notre étude et en résumerons les principaux résultats afin d'illustrer la complexité d'une telle relation.Many studies underline how difficult it is to analyse the pedagogical changes caused by the integration of technology. This action research aims to analyse, from a systemic point of view, the interrelations that exist between the integration of technology and pedagogical change. The study took place in a foreign and second language teacher education program at a large American university. First, we will define a systemic perspective as well as the concepts of technology integration and learning. Then, to illustrate the complexity of such relationship, we will describe our study and summarize the main results.

  8. Study of a class of photovoltaic systems using a bond graph approach. Modeling, analysis and control; Etude d'une classe de systemes photovoltaiques par une approche bond graph. Modelisation, analyse et commande

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    Andoulsi, R.

    2001-12-01

    We present in this thesis a study of a class of photovoltaic system by a bond graph approach. This study concerns the modelling, the analysis and the control of some configurations including PV generator, DC/DC converters and DC motor-pumps. The modelling of the different elements of a photovoltaic system is an indispensable stage that must precede all application of sizing, identification or simulation. However, theses PV systems are of hybrid type and their modelling is complex. It is why we use a unified modelling approach based on the bond graph technique. This methodology is completely systematic and has a sufficient flexibility for allowing the introduction of different components in the system. In the first chapter, we recall the principle of functioning of a photovoltaic generator and we treat mainly the MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) working. In the second chapter, we elaborate bond graph models of various photovoltaic system configurations. For the PV source, we elaborate, in a first stage, a complete model taking into account the various physical phenomena influencing the quality of the PV source. In a second stage, we deduce a reduced bond graph model more easy to use for analysis and control purposes. For the DC/DC converters, we recall the bond graph modelling of switching elements and the average bond graph of the DC/DC converters developed in the literature. Thus, we deduce the bond graphs models of the various DC/DC converters to be used. The third chapter presents a dynamic study of some configurations stability in linear procedure. In the fourth chapter, we study the feasibility of non linear controllers by input/output linearization for some configurations of PV systems. In this study, we use the concept of inverse bond graph to determine, by a bond graph approach, the expression of the control input and the nature of the stability of the internal dynamics (dynamics of zeros). The fifth chapter is dedicated for the presentation of some

  9. Approches plurielles du quotidien. Présentation

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    Laurent Matthey

    2005-10-01

    Full Text Available Ce premier numéro d’Articulo – Journal of Urban Research poursuit la réflexion ouverte autour du quotidien et sa restitution dans des approches globales. Pour entretenir cette continuité, la plupart des textes mobilisent le parti pris avoué de fait social total. Cette notion — introduite par Mauss dans son Essai sur le don (1923-1924 [1995] — se relie aux préoccupations évoquées dans la quasi-totalité des textes rassemblés ici, puisque chacun offre, à sa manière, le souci de déplacer le rega...

  10. A diagnosis method for physical systems using a multi-modeling approach; Utilisation de l'approche multi-modeles pour l'aide au diagnostic d'installations industrielles

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    Thetiot, R

    2000-07-01

    In this thesis we propose a method for diagnosis problem solving. This method is based on a multi-modeling approach describing both normal and abnormal behavior of a system. This modeling approach allows to represent a system at different abstraction levels (behavioral, functional and teleological). Fundamental knowledge is described according to a bond-graph representation. We show that bond-graph representation can be exploited in order to generate (completely or partially) the functional models. The different models of the multi-modeling approach allows to define the functional state of a system at different abstraction levels. We exploit this property to exonerate sub-systems for which the expected behavior is observed. The behavioral and functional descriptions of the remaining sub-systems are exploited hierarchically in a two steps process. In a first step, the abnormal behaviors explaining some observations are identified. In a second step, the remaining unexplained observations are used to generate conflict sets and thus the consistency based diagnoses. The modeling method and the diagnosis process have been applied to a Reactor Coolant Pump Sets. This application illustrates the concepts described in this thesis and shows its potentialities. (authors)

  11. A diagnosis method for physical systems using a multi-modeling approach; Utilisation de l'approche multi-modeles pour l'aide au diagnostic d'installations industrielles

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    Thetiot, R

    2000-07-01

    In this thesis we propose a method for diagnosis problem solving. This method is based on a multi-modeling approach describing both normal and abnormal behavior of a system. This modeling approach allows to represent a system at different abstraction levels (behavioral, functional and teleological). Fundamental knowledge is described according to a bond-graph representation. We show that bond-graph representation can be exploited in order to generate (completely or partially) the functional models. The different models of the multi-modeling approach allows to define the functional state of a system at different abstraction levels. We exploit this property to exonerate sub-systems for which the expected behavior is observed. The behavioral and functional descriptions of the remaining sub-systems are exploited hierarchically in a two steps process. In a first step, the abnormal behaviors explaining some observations are identified. In a second step, the remaining unexplained observations are used to generate conflict sets and thus the consistency based diagnoses. The modeling method and the diagnosis process have been applied to a Reactor Coolant Pump Sets. This application illustrates the concepts described in this thesis and shows its potentialities. (authors)

  12. Etat de l'art : Optimisation de la maintenance selon une approche lean

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    RADDAM , Chahida; Boumane , Abderrazak; Kamach , Oulaid

    2015-01-01

    International audience; Dans une perspective de développement durable et pérenne, l'optimisation des ressources de l'entreprise suscite un intérêt considérable. Dans ce sens s'inscrit parfaitement l'approche Lean qui a conquis différents secteurs économiques en se ce positionnant comme un concept inéluctable pour améliorer la performance de l'entreprise. Par ailleurs, si Lean manufacturing est une approche bien connue et traité dans divers travaux de recherches, peu de travaux ont fait de l'a...

  13. Densité, morphologie urbaine et qualité de vie. Une approche par le projet

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    Occhiuto, Rita; Goossens, Marc; Fisher, Axel

    2013-01-01

    La recherche "Densification des tissus urbanisés en Wallonie: forme, acceptabilité et modalités pour accompagner la mutation des tissus bâtis" s'articule en plusieurs volets thématiques, parmi lesquels figure le volet "formes urbaines, modes d'habitat". Ce dernier volet est abordé selon deux approches parallèles et complémentaires qui se valident mutuellement: la première dite "par le projet" (approche qualitative et opérationnelle) et la seconde par analyse statistique et cartographique (ap...

  14. Approche expérimentale de l'utilisation de glyphosate dans le ...

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    Approche expérimentale de l'utilisation de glyphosate dans le contrôle de Melaleuca quinquenervia (Myrtaceae), une espèce envahissante dans la réserve communautaire de la forêt d'Analalava-Foulpointe (Madagascar)

  15. Performances d'une nouvelle approche dans l'estimation au champ

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    Elle possède cependant des limitations, dues à l'organisation temporaire d'une .... Performances d'une nouvelle approche dans l'estimation au champ utilisant le principe de la ... différents types de résidus (soja, luzerne, haricot et maïs) et ...

  16. Toxoplasmose : une nouvelle approche vaccinale à base de nanoparticules d’amidon donne des résultats prometteurs

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    Le Rouzic, Jacques

    2015-01-01

    Pour lutter contre la toxoplasmose chez les ovins, des chercheurs de l’INRA, de l’Université de Tours et de la Faculté de Médecine de Lille ont développé une nouvelle approche vaccinale, utilisant des nanoparticules d’amidon et une administration par voie muqueuse. Cette approche ouvre de nouvelles perspectives vers des vaccins plus sûrs et plus efficaces.

  17. CAPITAL HUMAIN, EDUCATION ET CROISSANCE ÉCONOMIQUE Une approche économétrique

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    REZINE, Okacha

    2015-01-01

    Cette recherche examine le lien entre capital humain/éducation et croissance. On s’interroge, en particulier, sur les fondements théoriques de cette relation et sur la manière de la tester. Cette relation est testée sur un panel cylindré comprenant 31 pays africains et, sur la période 1965-2010. La première approche est consacrée à l’analyse des modèles de croissance endogène avec modèle de SOLOW (1956) sans et avec la prise de proxy du capital humain/éducation. Dans la deuxième approche o...

  18. Approches de l'utilisation des eaux usées urbaines dans l ...

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    8 févr. 2011 ... Ils proposent une classification des différents types d'eaux usées (directes, indirectes, traitées, non traitées, dirigées et non dirigées), soulignent combien il est nécessaire d'utiliser une approche fondée sur les moyens de subsistance et ciblée sur les agriculteurs, insistent sur des directives pragmatiques ...

  19. Institutionnalisation de l'approche Ecosystème et santé humaine en ...

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    Ce projet vise a intégrer l'approche écosanté dans des programmes de maîtrise dans les Universités d'Abomey Calavi au Bénin, de Ouagadougou au Burkina Faso, d'Abobo Adjamé et de Cocody en Côte d'Ivoire et dans l'École nationale polytechnique de l'Université de Yaoundé au Cameroun. La coordination sera ...

  20. Services de capacitation et approche ascendante de l’investissement social

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    Sabel, C.; Zeitlin, J.; Quack, S.

    2016-01-01

    Les services de capacitation, qui ont un rôle préventif majeur en matière de protection sociale, représentent un défi pour les théories et les pratiques classiques. Les initiatives réussies en la matière sont le fait d’approches ascendantes à partir du niveau local et bénéficient d’un minimum

  1. Controle d'attitude d'un lanceur en phase atmospherique approche par applications gardiennes

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    Dubanchet, Vincent

    In a first phase, the modelling process underlines the presence of highly time varying parameters during the ascent, due to a fast mass variation along with propellant consumption. Linearizing the dynamical equations at six main flight instants yields linear time invariant models to be considered during control design. Each of them is to be stabilized by one control law, while respecting given specifications. The synthesis becomes even more complex when the bending modes are taken into account. Moreover, scheduling appears necessary to deal with the time variations. Indeed it is shown that no single gain setting is able to respect all the specifications along the trajectory. Furthermore, increasing complexity when modelling a whole launch vehicle pushes one to consider the model's errors and uncertainties. They represent a major issue in this study since it is asked to ensure the nominal performances in a robust fashion. Owing to their properties, guardian maps appear to be the most suitable tool to deal with such a problem of scheduling with robust performances. In light of this, the development of synthesis methods based on guardian maps is the main contribution of the project. It appears that actual state of the art in this field is focused on theoretical issues, whereas practical ones could be improved. Two approches are presented in the memoire. The first one is based on a graphical approach consisting in drawing the vanishing locus of guardian maps. A program using image analysis techniques is devised to check automatically which gain settings satisfy the constraints. The second one is based on an optimisation procedure involving guardian maps. Starting with the open loop system, the iterative process proposed ends up with a satisfactory gain setting for the closed-loop. These methods are tried and tested for the launch vehicle, with specifications from ASTRIUM-ST. Their practical application is motivated by the system complexity, the different kinds of

  2. Overpressures: Causal Mechanisms, Conventional and Hydromechanical Approaches Surpressions : origine, approches conventionnelle et hydromécanique

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    Grauls D.

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available Abnormal fluid pressure regimes are commonly encountered at depth in most sedimentary basins. Relationships between effective vertical stress and porosity have been applied, since 1970 to the Gulf Coast area, to assess the magnitude of overpressures. Positive results have been obtained from seismic and basin-modeling techniques in sand-shale, vertical-stress-dominated tertiary basins, whenever compaction disequilibrium conditions apply. However, overpressures resulting from other and/or additional causes (tectonic stress, hydrocarbon generation, thermal stress, fault-related transfer, hydrofracturing. . . cannot be quantitatively assessed using this approach. A hydromechanical approach is then proposed in addition to conventional methods. At any depth, the upper bound fluid pressure is controlled by in situ conditions related to hydrofracturing or fault reactivation. Fluid-driven fracturing implies an episodically open system, under a close to zerominimum effective stress regime. Sound knowledge of present-day tectonic stress regimes allows a direct estimation of minimum stress evolution. A quantitative fluid pressure assessment at depth is therefore possible, as in undrained or/and compartmented geological systems, pressure regimes, whatever their origin, tend to rapidly reach a value close to the minimum principal stress. Therefore, overpressure assessment will be improved, as this methodology can be applied to various geological settings and situations where present-day overpressures originated from other causal mechanisms, very often combined. However, pressure trends in transition zones are more difficult to assess correctly. Additional research on cap rocks and fault seals is therefore required to improve their predictability. In addition to overpressure assessment, the minimum principal stress concept allows a better understanding of petroleum system, as fault-related hydrocarbon dynamic transfers, hydrofractured domains and cap

  3. Les estimations du capital humain au Canada : approche fondee sur le revenu de la vie entiere

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    Gu, Wulong; Wong, Ambrose

    2010-01-01

    Dans le present document, nous produisons une estimation de l'investissement en capital humain fonde sur le marche et du stock de ce capital au Canada au cours de la periode s'etendant de 1970 a 2007 selon l'approche fondee sur le revenu de la vie entiere. Nous comparons cette estimation a celle de l'investissement en capital physique et naturel et du stock de ce capital. En suivant la methode elaboree par Jorgenson et Fraumeni, nous estimons le stock de capital humain sous forme du revenu de...

  4. Orbital free molecular dynamics; Approche sans orbitale des plasmas denses

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    Lambert, F

    2007-08-15

    The microscopic properties of hot and dense plasmas stay a field essentially studied thanks to classical theories like the One Component Plasma, models which rely on free parameters, particularly ionization. In order to investigate these systems, we have used, in this PhD work, a semi-classical model, without free parameters, that is based on coupling consistently classical molecular dynamics for the nuclei and orbital free density functional theory for the electrons. The electronic fluid is represented by a free energy entirely determined by the local density. This approximation was validated by a comparison with an ab initio technique, quantum molecular dynamics. This one is identical to the previous except for the description of the free energy that depends on a quantum-independent-particle model. Orbital free molecular dynamics was then used to compute equation of state of boron and iron plasmas in the hot and dense regime. Furthermore, comparisons with classical theories were performed on structural and dynamical properties. Finally, equation of state and transport coefficients mixing laws were studied by direct simulation of a plasma composed of deuterium and copper. (author)

  5. Risques naturels: de la géophysique à l'approche institutionnelle

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    1996-01-01

    Full Text Available Les limites de l’approche physique des risques naturels ont conduit à une collaboration novatrice des sciences sociales, particulièrement en matière de prévention et de gestion des risques. Mais dans l’approche physique, la prise en compte indispensable des comportements humains face aux risques, ne revient-elle pas à juxtaposer une Population plus ou moins sensible aux dangers encourus et une Administration plus ou moins efficace ? Une approche institutionnelle devrait pleinement prendre en compte le facteur spécifique que constituent les pouvoirs publics pour définir une politique de prévention qui soit en phase, non pas avec un idéal technique inaccessible en particulier dans les sociétés en développement, mais avec un optimum social. RIESGOS NATURALES: ENTRE LA GEOFÍSICA Y LA APROXIMACIÓN INSTITUCIONAL. Las limitaciones de la perspectiva física de los riesgos naturales han implicado una colaboración novedosa de las ciencias sociales en particular a nivel de la prevención y del manejo público de los riesgos. Sin embargo, en la perspectiva física, ¿la incorporación de los comportamientos humanos frente a los riesgos no consiste en una yuxtaposición de una Población más o menos sensible a los peligros y una Administración más o menos eficiente? Una aproximación institucional debería considerar totalmente el factor específico que representan los poderes públicos para definir una política de prevención que sea compatible, no con un ideal técnico inalcanzable en particular en las sociedades en desarrollo, sino con un óptimo social. NATURAL HAZARDS: BETWEEN THE GEOPHYSICS AND THE INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH. The limitations of the physical perspective on natural hazards have required the contribution of the social sciences, especially for the mitigation and the management of risks. But in the physical approach, the analysis of human behavior in the event of natural hazards seems to be limited to the addition of a

  6. Nouvelles approches en theorie du champ moyen dynamique: le cas du pouvoir thermoelectrique et celui de l'effet orbital d'un champ magnetique

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    Arsenault, Louis-Francois

    Les applications reliees a la generation d'energie motivent la recherche de materiaux ayant un fort pouvoir thermoelectrique (S). De plus, S nous renseigne sur certaines proprietes fondamentales des materiaux, comme, par exemple, la transition entre l'etat coherent et incoherent des quasi-particules lorsque la temperature augmente. Empiriquement, la presence de fortes interactions electron-electron peut mener a un pouvoir thermoelectrique geant. Nous avons donc etudie le modele le plus simple qui tient compte de ces fortes interactions, le modele de Hubbard. La theorie du champ moyen dynamique (DMFT) est tout indiquee dans ce cas. Nous nous sommes concentres sur un systeme tridimensionnel (3d) cubique a face centree (fcc), et ce, pour plusieurs raisons. A) Ce type de cristal est tres commun dans la nature. B) La DMFT donne de tres bons resultats en 3d et donc ce choix sert aussi de preuve de principe de la methode. C) Finalement, a cause de la frustration electronique intrinseque au fcc, celui-ci ne presente pas de symetrie particule-trou, ce qui est tres favorable a l'apparition d'une grande valeur de S. Ce travail demontre que lorsque le materiau est un isolant a demi-remplissage a cause des fortes interactions (isolant de Mott), il est possible d'obtenir de grands pouvoirs thermoelectriques en le dopant legerement. C'est un resultat pratique important. Du point de vue methodologique, nous avons montre comment la limite de frequence infinie de S et l'approche dite de Kelvin, qui considere la limite de frequence nulle avant la limite thermodynamique pour S, donnent des estimations fiables de la vraie limite continue (DC) dans les domaines de temperature appropriee. Ces deux approches facilitent grandement les calculs en court-circuit ant la necessite de recourir a de problematiques prolongements analytiques. Nous avons trouve que la methode de calcul a frequence infinie fonctionne bien lorsque les echelles d'energie sont relativement faibles. En d'autres termes

  7. La place de la relation soignant-soigné dans l'approche de soins transculturelle: travail de Bachelor

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    De Beul, Nathalie; Martinez, Cristian; Toppo, Marie-Laure; Diby, Marc

    2014-01-01

    Introduction: En Suisse, en lien avec le phénomène migratoire, la prise en soin de patients de culture différente se révèle être fréquente. L’approche des soins transculturelle est déjà abordée par d’autres disciplines. Objectif: L’objectif de cette revue de littérature est de définir quelle est la place de la relation soignant-soigné dans l’approche de soins transculturelle. Méthode: Revue de littérature utilisant les bases de données Pubmed, Cinahl, Psychinfo entre 2000 et 2014. Sur 7'761 a...

  8. Pratique de la science sociale au maghreb: l'approche intercontextuelle de la modernité

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    Z. Samandi

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available L'étude pose le problème du statut scientifique de la pratique du chercheur en science sociale dans les contextes non producteurs de savoir. Comment opérer avec des formes de savoir produites ailleurs? Telle est la question que nous avons essayé de décrypter à travers les débats développés, d'une part par les sociologues arabes et, d'autre part l'approche mise en œuvre par Arkoun, Djaït et El Jabri dans leur analyse des réalités arabo-musulmanes. Le traitement de la raison tel qu'il se donne à voir à travers les démarches examinées met au jour la pertinence de la médiation contextuelle qui ne peut se réduire à un simple transfert des outils d'analyse. L'intercontextualité comme pratique est de la sorte induite par le travers de décontextualisation-recontextualisation opéré à l'intérieur du champ de la recherche. Elle est inscrite en creux dans l'exercice d'analyse et se présente à la fois comme dimension épistémologique et herméneutique.

  9. Une nouvelle procédure d’expérimentation comportementale à l’interface entre les approches « Naturalistes » et « Généralistes » de la cognition du primate A new behavioral test procedure at the interface between “Naturalist” and “Generalist” approaches of primate cognition

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    Joël Fagot

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available Le domaine d’étude de la cognition du primate est caractérisé par deux approches distinctes. L’approche Naturaliste consiste à s’intéresser aux comportements naturels, et à tenter de comprendre les facteurs et pressions sélectives qui ont permis l’émergence de ces fonctions au cours de la phylogenèse. L’approche Généraliste postule qu’il existe des traits cognitifs communs entre l’humain et l’animal, et cherche à identifier ces traits dans une recherche de laboratoire. Dans cet article, je présente une nouvelle méthode de recherche favorable à un interfaçage entre ces deux approches. La démarche consiste à installer un laboratoire en périphérie des enclos d’élevage, et à permettre aux sujets d’interagir librement avec les stations expérimentales, alors qu’ils sont maintenus dans leur groupe social. Cet article présente une synthèse des principaux résultats que nous avons obtenus avec cette approche, et les illustre, en en soulignant les avantages de notre approche par rapport aux approches plus traditionnelles de laboratoire.The study of primate cognition may adhere to two different paradigms. The first one is referred to as the Naturalist approach. Investigators in that field attempt to characterize natural behaviors, and to identify the various factors accounting for their evolution in nature.   The second one is referred to as the Generalist approach. Generalist researchers attempt to identify cognitive processes shared by animals and humans. While Naturalist researchers prefer natural or semi-natural conditions for their science, the context favored by the Generalist researchers is the laboratory allowing the test of isolated primates. In that paper, I present a novel experimental protocol favoring an interface between the Naturalist and Generalist approaches. The general idea of this protocol is to present a laboratory nearby an enclosure where monkeys live in a semi-natural context. The

  10. La approche globale en la didáctica de la comprensión lectora en Français Langue Étrangère (fle

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    María José Arévalo Benito

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Reading comprehension is one of the linguistic competences to be mastered in the acquisition of a foreign language. Since the approche globale plays an important role in the teaching of reading in FLE (as we already know, here we will analyse the most important features, its evaluation throughout time, and the criticism it has been subjected to. After a summary about the teaching applications from the approche globale, we will think about the future of the investigation in reading comprehension in FLE and we will establish a compari-son with the English investigation in that area.

  11. Synthèse des approches probabilistes de la Life Time Value et premières propositions d'extension

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    Herbert Castéran

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    La recherche marketing s’est longtemps caractérisée par son approche statique des comportements et attitudes des clientèles. Elle offre classiquement une analyse de ceux-ci pouvant conduire, dans les meilleurs cas, à une segmentation des publics. Toutefois elle éprouve des difficultés à se situer dans des approches résolument dynamiques. Audelà de méthodes sans réel fondement, la principale option retenue, pour ce faire, est celle des modèles économétriques (modèles de choix discrets, modèles...

  12. Modèle d’alerte des crises bancaires basé sur une approche hybride : modèle bayésien – machines à vecteurs supports

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    Taha Zaghdoudi

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available Ces dernières années, la succession des crises bancaires, qui dans la plupart ont été soldées par des pertes économiques et financières énormes, a suscité l’intérêt de plusieurs chercheurs. Empiriquement, ces auteurs ont opté pour des modèles d’alerte précoce (Early Warning System pour prévenir leurs occurrences. L’objectif de ce papier est de construire un Modèle d’alerte des crises bancaires basé sur une approche hybride. Sur la base des données relatives à 22 pays qui ont subi des crises bancaires observées sur la période 1990–2011, nous avons développé un modèle d’alerte des crises bancaires. Ce modèle est basé sur une approche hybride Bayesian model averaging–Support vectors machine. Sur les 25 variables explicatives retenues, les résultats empiriques du modèle hybride ont fait ressortir 9 indicateurs qui sont considérés comme les principaux facteurs déterminants du déclenchement des crises bancaires. Ces derniers ont une probabilité postérieure d’inclusion supérieure à 0,5. Ces indicateurs potentiels sont la rentabilité nette des actifs, la compétitivité de l’intermédiation bancaire, les provisions sur les créances douteuses, les investissements directs étrangers, la concentration bancaire, la stabilité financière des banques, les produits nets financiers, le taux d’intérêt réel et le taux d’inflation.

  13. École et ethnicité en France : pour une approche systémique contextualisée

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    Françoise Lorcerie

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available L’article part d’un paradoxe français à propos de la situation scolaire des enfants d’immigrés postcoloniaux. Les travaux statistiques ne montrent pas de disparités à leur encontre dans l’éducation de base, du point de vue des trajectoires, de la réussite au baccalauréat ou encore des sanctions reçues, alors que nombre d’observations qualitatives suggèrent le contraire. Le papier rappelle les travaux récents sur la question, publiés ou inédits, en les inscrivant dans le cadre d’une approche systémique contextualisée. Il discute notamment des processus d’ethnicisation des relations pédagogiques et de leur variabilité, ainsi que de l’ethnicisation des régulations supérieures à l’établissement (en reprenant la question du marché scolaire. Pour finir, il revient sur l’approche statistique de la discrimination institutionnelle ethnique, en notant qu’il s’agit d’un phénomène genré : les garçons issus des flux migratoires postcoloniaux sont spécifiquement défavorisés, tandis que les filles sont plutôt avantagées dans l’ensemble.School and ethnicity in France: a systemic contextualized approachThe paper starts from a French paradox concerning schooling of postcolonial immigrants’ children. Statistical studies do not find disparities against them in basic education, when one considers trajectories, final tests passing, or punishments, while qualitative literature often suggests the opposite. The paper reviews recent works on this issue, be they published or not, within a systemic contextualized framing. It discusses in particular shifting othering processes in pedagogical relationships and ethnicized ruling of the school system (the school market issue is revisited. Finally it returns to the statistical approach of ethnic institutional discrimination, and states that actually it is gendered: boys from postcolonial flows appear to be typically disadvantaged while peer girls are symmetrically

  14. Gestion documentaire des dossiers mixtes : méthodes et outils dans une approche-métier

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    Monfort, Alice

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    Comment gérer de façon efficiente les dossiers mixtes où coexistent des documents physiques et des documents électroniques ? Après avoir exploré la notion de dossier dans les environnements physique et électronique, ce mémoire tente d'identifier des solutions de gestion documentaire permettant de répondre aux spécificités des dossiers dont les supports sont hétérogènes en s'appuyant sur une approche-métier à travers l'étude du dossier individuel de salarié et du dossier relatif à l'immeuble....

  15. L' approche des options stratégiques des acteurs dans i' etude des relations tu travail

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    López Pino, Carmen Marina

    2011-01-01

    Faire une analyse de la proposition analytique développée par le MIT (Masachussetts Institute of Tecnology) inspirée du concept des options stratégiques pour I' objet de cet article. En premier lieu, les sujets traités seront la problematique des relations du travail et les découvertes fondamentales des différentes recherches de I' equipe du MIT. Après, I' étude fait une courte présentatión sur I' approche des systémes de Dunlop dont I' èquipe cherche améliorer. Ensuite, sont présentés...

  16. La approche globale en la didáctica de la comprensión lectora en Français Langue Étrangère (FLE)

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    Arévalo Benito, María José

    2006-01-01

    La compréhension écrite est l'une des compétences à maîtriser lors de l'acquisition d'une LE. Étant donné que l' approche globale joue un rôle déterminant dans la didactique de la lecture du FLE, on en analysera ici les traits les plus saillants, son évolution dans le temps ainsi que les critiques dont elle a été l'objet. Après un compte-rendu sur les applications didactiques issues de cette approche nous réfléchirons sur l'avenir de la recherche sur la compréhension lectrice e...

  17. Les situations difficiles au travail approche organisationnelle, individuelle, relationnelle, bonnes pratiques, outils d'accompagnement, illustrations cliniques

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    Poirot, Matthieu

    2013-01-01

    Une situation difficile au travail correspond à l'accumulation de facteurs dépassant les capacités collectives de régulation d'une entreprise et les ressources psychosociales des personnes. Il en résulte un déséquilibre pouvant mettre en jeu la santé des salariés et l'efficacité du travail. Il peut s'agir de facteurs : - organisationnels : équipes marginalisées, choc de générations, perte chronique d'activité, bouleversement stratégique, etc. ; - individuels : situation de fragilisation, personnalité difficile, épuisement professionnel (burnout), etc. ; - relationnels : hyperconflit, harcèlement, persécution, management toxique, etc. Illustré de situations concrètes, cet ouvrage permet d'analyser les situations difficiles selon ces trois approches et d'en évaluer les risques. Il propose des outils d'accompagnement et de résolution des conflits. Enfin, il présente les bonnes pratiques à mettre en place pour prévenir ce type de situations. Cet ouvrage s'adresse aux praticiens de l'acc...

  18. Wind Shear Systems Implementation Plan, Benefit/Cost Study.

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    1980-08-01

    not. Accordingly, the three self contained Wind Shear Systems currently being marketed by avionics manufacturers are considered to have lower relative... RESEARC { AND I’iVEIOPMEN1 The FAA research ni d development ffort has taken a threefold appro,,ch to the vind sh#ear problem. Ore. approach was to

  19. Une approche épiphyte pour la conception de systèmes conseillers

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    Richard , Bruno

    2008-01-01

    Recommender systems are systems that support the use of softwares. In the context of the Web recommender systems are widely used to facilitate (or extend) search functionalities or assist users in their navigations through Websites. In this thesis we propose an approach to build a generic recommender system based on a proxy-like (epiphyte) architecture. The recommender system intercepts the users' requests and the given Website answers, analyzes them and proposes tips. This particular archite...

  20. Comparaison de populations de carpe commune (Cyprinus carpio à taille commerciale : intérêt d'une approche globale

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    PEREIRA V.

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    Une discrimination géographique des populations est possible mais elle repose sur une approche globale intégrant l'ensemble des paramètres. Les différences semblent essentiellement liées aux conditions environnementales et permettent de distinguer les lots issus des régions où l'élevage est plus intensif et traditionnellement centré sur la carpe (Dombes, Forez, Lorraine et les lots correspondant à un élevage plus extensif et davantage orienté vers le marché du repeuplement (Allier, Brenne, Poitou-Charentes.

  1. Vers une approche fonctionnelle de l'enseignment de la terminologie: Action recherche en classe de Français

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    Mojca Jarc

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    Full Text Available L'article se propose d'étudier les différents paramètres de l'enseignement de la terminologie dans le cadre du cours de Français langue étrangère à la Faculté des Sciences Sociales de Ljubljana (FSS afin de jeter des ponts entre l’évolution de théorie dans le domaine de la terminologie descriptive et la pratique de l’enseignement dans un contexte du cours de français sur objectifs spécifiques (FOS. Les résultats d’une action recherche menée au sein d’un groupe d’étudiants en sciences sociales montrent que les solutions théoriques pour la constitution de glossaires thématiques ne sont pas automatiquement transposables dans la pratique pédagogique et que des solutions adaptées, axées sur une approche fonctionnelle s’imposent dans une classe de langue étrangère. ----- The purpose of the paper is to study different parameters in terminology teaching within the framework of a French language course offered at the Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS in Ljubljana, in order to better integrate the theoretical developments in the field of descriptive terminology with the teaching practice of French for specific purposes (FSP. The results of an action research carried out in a group of students of social sciences suggest that the theoretical solutions applied for glossary compilation, and the use of terminological record sheets to describe terms cannot be viewed as automatically transferable into the classroom practice, and that consequently, each classroom situation has direct implications for the use of terminological record sheets in terminology teaching, which calls for adapted solutions, based on the functional approach to teaching foreign language for specific purposes.

  2. VALEUR PATRIMONIALE DE SERRASALMINAE HERBIVORES DU HAUT MARONI (GUYANE FRANÇAISE : APPROCHES BIOLOGIQUE ET SOCIOCULTURELLE EN PAYS WAYANA.

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    PAGEZY H.

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available La valeur patrimoniale des kumaru, espèces de poissons appartenant à la sous-famille des Serrasalminae, a été approchée selon des critères faisant référence à leur place au sein de la biodiversité ou de la sociodiversité. Du point de vue de l’anthropologue, les kumaru apparaissent indéniablement comme les espèces de poissons ayant globalement les plus fortes valeurs sociale, hédonique, économique, non seulement chez les Amérindiens Wayana du Haut Maroni, mais aussi chez les Noirs Boni du cours moyen. On peut les qualifier à ce titre d’espèces patrimoniales. Du point de vue du biologiste, les trois espèces de kumaru du Haut Maroni se situent à des niveaux d’endémicité différents, mais toutes participent au fonctionnement du biotope particulier des herbiers à Podostemaceae, au moins dans leurs jeunes stades. Au-delà de la simple conservation des espèces, le mode de distribution de l’asitau (Prosomyleus rhomboidalis et la position du watau yaikë (Tometes lebaili dans la phylogénie des Serrasalminae leur confèrent un ensemble de qualités entrant dans l’évaluation de leur valeur patrimoniale. L’habitat de ces espèces, milieu fragile et très particulier, participe aussi à la patrimonialité.

  3. L’apport des théories institutionnalistes au renouvellement de l’approche d’économie politique

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    Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available Le présent texte s’inscrit dans la perspective d’un renouvellement des approches théoriques en économie politique, et plus particulièrement en réponse à un appel du comité de rédaction de la revue Interventions économiques, qui souhaite lancer un débat sur les positions des chercheurs et intervenants en matière d’économie à l’heure actuelle. Pour commencer ce texte sur la vision institutionnaliste de l’économie, je propose d’interroger d’abord l’attitude actuelle des économistes, en particulier celle de ceux qui soutiennent la vision dominante actuellement en science économique, ainsi que les thèses qui nous mènent à la révision du rôle - pour ne pas dire au retrait - de l’État, ce qui se traduit notamment par le développement de la précarité d’emploi, la hausse du chômage et l’exclusion que nous constatons tous depuis quelques décennies. Je commence donc par présenter ma vision des thèses dominantes en regard de la redéfinition du rôle de l’État et de l’entreprise privée dans le contexte économique actuel, avant de présenter quelques aspects de la vision non orthodoxe, mais tout à fait pertinente à mes yeux, à savoir celle des économistes institutionnalistes, qui suscite nombre de questions par rapport à la vision dominante.

  4. ROMIE, une approche d'alignement d'ontologies à base d'instances

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    Elbyed , Abdeltif

    2009-01-01

    System interoperability is an important issue, widely recognized in information technology intensive organizations and in the research community of information systems. The wide adoption of the World Wide Web to access and distribute information further stresses the need for system interoperability. Initiative solutions like the Semantic Web facilitate the localization and the integration of the data in a more intelligent way via the use of ontologies. The Semantic Web offers a compelling vis...

  5. APE (state-oriented approach) centralized control procedures; Procedures de conduite APE (Approche Par Etats)

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    Astier, D. [FRAMATOME ANP, 92 - Paris-La-Defence (France); Depont, G. [Electricite de France (EDF/DPN), 93 - Saint-Denis (France); Van Dermarliere, Y. [Electricite de France (EDF/SEPTEN), 69 - Villeurbanne (France)

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    This article presents the progressive implementation of the state-oriented approach (APE) for centralized control procedures in French nuclear power plants. The implementation began in the years 1982-83 and it concerned only the circuits involved in engineered safeguard systems such IS (safety injection), EAS (containment spray system) and GMPP (reactor coolant pump set). In 2003 the last PWR unit switched from the event oriented approach to APE for post-accidental situations.

  6. L’approche cartographique de la décomposition des matrices de flux

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    Françoise BAHOKEN

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Regardless of the intrinsic graphic complexity of the spaghetti bowl effect, the direct flow mapping of large matrices often appears to be compact, characteristic of an amalgam effect of the represented information. This effect is the result of the mix between different types of information within a single figure: information on the dynamics of the flow system and those rooted in the system's stability. To overcome this effect, it is necessary to decompose the matrix before mapping it.

  7. Analyse praxéologique et approche systémique

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    Gasparski , Wojciech W.

    2008-01-01

    This presentation introduces the fundamental concepts of praxiological analysis and its relation to systems approach. The following topics are discussed in this paper: effectiveness and efficiency of action, work, human action and their design, teleological explanation, components of human action (realisers, purposes, evaluation criteria, tools, resources, circumstances, time, methods), methodological efficacy, axiological context of human action or praxiology and ethics.

  8. Seuils d'instabilité d'un instrument de musique à anche simple : approche modale

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    Silva , Fabrice; Kergomard , Jean

    2007-01-01

    National audience; Many musical instruments, as for example woodwind instruments, flute or violins, are self-sustained oscillating systems, i.e. musician enacts as a continuous energy source to drive an oscillation in the passive resonator, the body of the instrument, by means of a nonlinear coupling. For single reed instruments like clarinet, there exists a minimal value of mouth pressure beyond which sound can appear. This paper deals with the analysis of this oscillation threshold, calcula...

  9. Les enjeux d’une approche chronologique de la maison paysanne dans les Pays de la Loire

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    François Le Bœuf

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Mon propos part d’un constat, celui de la généralisation de l’usage de la maçonnerie dans la mise en œuvre de la maison paysanne, qui entraîne les questions suivantes : à quel type d’habitat « primitif » ces nouvelles constructions ont-elles succédé ? Quels indices chronologiques permettent de situer dans le temps, variable suivant les régions considérées, cette substitution (archives ; inscriptions ; critères techniques : charpente, mise en œuvre de la maçonnerie ; stylistiques : encadrement des baies, cheminées ? Cette approche particulière, dont les conclusions tendent à l’élaboration d’une chronologie de l’habitat paysan, implique la prise en compte des modalités de cette substitution. Son intérêt est d’autant plus grand que celle-ci invite à s’interroger sur les usages et donc sur le « programme » de la maison paysanne.This article is based on the observation of how masonry came to be used in the construction of peasant dwellings. This observation in the field raises the following questions. What was the ‘primitive’ nature of these constructions? What are the chronological indicators, different from one region to another, that permit precise dating for this appearance of masonry: archival sources, inscriptions, technical criteria, structural forms, nature of the masonry, stylistic considerations, surrounds of windows and doors, chimneys? This approach to the question can lead to a certain degree of precision in the dating of peasant dwellings, and implies a new appraisal of the ways this substitution took place. It is all the more interesting in so far as it raises interrogations about the uses of the peasant house, its architectural ‘brief’.

  10. FLOOD HAZARD MAP IN THE CITY OF BATNA (ALGERIA BY HYDRAULIC MODELING APPROCH

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    Guellouh SAMI

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available In the light of the global climatic changes that appear to influence the frequency and the intensity of floods, and whose damages are still growing; understanding the hydrological processes, their spatiotemporal setting and their extreme shape, became a paramount concern to local communities in forecasting terms. The aim of this study is to map the floods hazard using a hydraulic modeling method. In fact, using the operating Geographic Information System (GIS, would allow us to perform a more detailed spatial analysis about the extent of the flooding risk, through the approval of the hydraulic modeling programs in different frequencies. Based on the results of this analysis, decision makers can implement a strategy of risk management related to rivers overflowing through the city of Batna.

  11. Premixed Turbulent Flames and Spectral Approach Flammes turbulentes de prémélange Approche spectrale

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    Mathieu J.

    2006-11-01

    the behaviour of flames developing in a turbulent field can be easily understood. This approach could also open the way to new modeling methods. Indépendamment de l'intérêt scientifique que présentent les flammes de prémélange, les applications industrielles sont nombreuses. Dans cet article la flamme est supposée se développer dans un milieu turbulent ce qui oblige à une comparaison précise des échelles associées à la flamme et de celles associées à la turbulence. Cette confrontation n'est pas nouvelle. Cet article montre que ces comparaisons peuvent s'enrichir si l'on accepte une description spectrale de la turbulence faisant largement référence à de nombreux travaux antérieurs. La notion de champ extérieur turbulent agissant sur la flamme et celle de champ turbulent envahissant la flamme apparaît clairement lors d'une représentation spectrale. On voit également comment l'on passe continûment d'une situation avec front de réaction à une autre où la réaction s'effectue en volume tandis que se développe une compétition entre une réaction chimique qui tend à générer une ségrégation des espèces et une diffusion turbulente qui provoque le mélange. Dans les moteurs à combustion avec prémélange il existe un grand nombre de situations possibles dépendant de la vitesse de rotation. On conçoit aisément qu'une modélisation unique valable quel que soit le régime ne soit guère envisageable. Il y a là aussi matière à réflexions. Autre sujet au demeurant ouvert est celui de la modélisation. Dans le présent article certaines structures turbulentes sont étudiées. Resterait à savoir si une architecture spécifique de moteur n'est pas capable de générer des structures turbulentes particulières. Jusqu'ici le rôle de tourbillons privilégiés avait été introduit par la voie de séquences de tourbillons. L'approche spectrale permet de considérer un ensemble continu de structures analogues intervenant dans un phénomène de

  12. Les séries paléozoïques d'Afrique: une approche

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    Fabre, Jean

    The major part of the Gondwanan history of Africa took place during Paleozoic times. One can point out in the sedimentary record: the deposition of the molasses of the Pan-African chains and their pediplanation during the Cambrian; the relics of lithospheric anomalies remaining after the Pan-African event, expressed by epeirogenic swells, particularly in Central Africa and by the reactivation of Pan-African faults especially in the submeridian system in Central Sahara—these pre-existing structures control to large extent the sedimentation from the Lower Ordovician to Lower Devonian, the sands being transported towards the northern and southern margins of the continent; the Upper Paleozoic and Lower Mesozoic sedimentation occurs in a new tectonic environment related to the Variscan and Autrichian events which at least in the North are controlles by plate movements preceding and contemporaneous to the opening of Central Atlantic and Ligurian Tethys; the sedimentation is also strongly influenced by the climatic variations on a huge peneplaned supercontinent, accompanying polar wandering from the NW to the SE of Africa—the first Late Ordovician inlandsis centred in NW Africa cover a large part of the continent. The second extensive Permo-Carboniferous glaciation centred in southern Africa set off arid and semi-arid conditions in the north; the worldwide eustatic changes are indicated by large scale transgressions and regressions on the relatively stable Saharan platform whereas continuous marine sedimentation occured along the mobile northern and southern margins of the continent.

  13. BIRDS AS A MODEL TO STUDY ADULT NEUROGENESIS: BRIDGING EVOLUTIONARY, COMPARATIVE AND NEUROETHOLOGICAL APPROCHES

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    BARNEA, ANAT; PRAVOSUDOV, VLADIMIR

    2011-01-01

    During the last few decades evidence has demonstrated that adult neurogenesis is a well-preserved feature throughout the animal kingdom. In birds, ongoing neuronal addition occurs rather broadly, to a number of brain regions. This review describes adult avian neurogenesis and neuronal recruitment, discusses factors that regulate these processes, and touches upon the question of their genetic control. Several attributes make birds an extremely advantageous model to study neurogenesis. First, song learning exhibits seasonal variation that is associated with seasonal variation in neuronal turnover in some song control brain nuclei, which seems to be regulated via adult neurogenesis. Second, food-caching birds naturally use memory-dependent behavior in learning locations of thousands of food caches scattered over their home ranges. In comparison with other birds, food-caching species have relatively enlarged hippocampi with more neurons and intense neurogenesis, which appears to be related to spatial learning. Finally, migratory behavior and naturally occurring social systems in birds also provide opportunities to investigate neurogenesis. Such diversity of naturally-occurring memory-based behaviors, combined with the fact that birds can be studied both in the wild and in the laboratory, make them ideal for investigation of neural processes underlying learning. This can be done by using various approaches, from evolutionary and comparative to neuroethological and molecular. Finally, we connect the avian arena to a broader view by providing a brief comparative and evolutionary overview of adult neurogenesis and by discussing the possible functional role of the new neurons. We conclude by indicating future directions and possible medical applications. PMID:21929623

  14. Calorimetric approach of ions adsorption; Approche calorimetrique de l'absorption d'ions

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    Lantenois, S. [Montpellier-2 Univ., 34 (France)

    2006-07-01

    The aim of this work is to obtain experimentally thermodynamic data of ions adsorption by micro-calorimetry. Different thermal effects can be measured on different silicon oxides (Spherosil or SBA-15) and with different cations (Cd{sup 2+} and Pb{sup 2+}). The solids are studied in the same experimental conditions in a NaNO{sub 3} solution (10{sup -1} M) at pH of 5 or 7 (adjusted by addition of NaOH or HNO{sub 3}) in terms of the hydrolysis pH of the adsorbed cation. The aqueous solution is a NaNO{sub 3} (10{sup -1} M) solution containing Cd(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} (pH 7.0) or Pb(NO{sub 3}){sub 2} (pH 5.0) at different concentrations (between 5*10{sup -4} and 10{sup -2} M). The thermal effect due to the addition of this solution is measured by titration calorimetry and by flux calorimetry. The complementarity of these two techniques is developed during this study where the titration calorimetry has been used for studying the thermal effects at low concentrations in metallic cations. The flux calorimetry has allowed to analyze systems at stronger concentration in metallic cations and to study the desorption of these cations. This study shows that the thermal effect bound to the surfaces reactivity is composed of a combination of factors. Factors such as surface charges density (pH and protonation deprotonation reactions), the samples preparation (previous calcination) or the capacity of cations to hydrolyze can be revealed by micro-calorimetry. (O.M.)

  15. Uma abordagem de geomarketing do esporte Une approche géomarketing du sport

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    Loïc Ravenel

    2011-07-01

    idée de la seule représentation spatiale de données pour l’intégration de la dimension géographique dans la stratégie marketing. Cette intégration nous pousse vers une vision plus systémique utilisant le marketing comme un modèle d’analyse des services sportifs, services pour lesquels les choix des pratiquants ou consommateurs sont devenus prépondérants. Après avoir replacé les recherches en géographie des sports dans leur contexte scientifique, une définition du géomarketing est proposée, insistant sur la spécificité des services sportifs. Trois grands domaines d’interventions sont ensuite identifiés comme des pistes de travail qui combinent les attentes des acteurs avec de nouvelles perspectives géographiques.This article presents, from a conceptual and functional point of view, the contribution of a geomarketing for the analysis of the sport. Beyond of collusion between geography and marketing, it firstly implies an operational decisional phase for the progression of the sports activity. If its methods borrow much from the space analysis and geomatics, and fall under a structuralist prospect, the interest of the geomarketing should not be limited to the market research, nor to the cartography of the customers or prospective customers within the market radiuses: we wish to go from the mere vision of data representation going towards an integration of geographical dimension into the marketing strategy. This integration leads us towards a more systemic vision, using marketing as a model of analysis of the sporting services, for which the choices of the practitioners or consumers become dominating. After having replaced sports geography research in their scientific context, a definition of geomarketing is proposed, insisting on the specificity of the sporting services. Three great fields of interventions are then identified as of the working tracks which combine expectations of the actors with geographical new prospects.

  16. Migrations de footballeurs et globalisation: de la théorie du système-monde à une approche relationnelle

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    Raffaele Poli

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Le nombre de footballeurs latino-américains et africains en Europe augmente constamment, représentant près de 20% des joueurs sous contrat avec les clubs des cinq principaux championnats (Allemagne, Angleterre, Espagne, France, Italie. On analyse leur recrutement dans des États à faibles ressources financières vers des pays plus riches à la lumière d’une approche relationnelle. On montre ainsi qu’il ne suffit pas de prendre en compte les critères économiques pour comprendre pleinement la géographie des flux internationaux de footballeurs. L’histoire des relations entre territoires joue un grand rôle dans l’apparition d’opportunités économiques et dans la mise en place de canaux migratoires.

  17. Compte-rendu de L’éthique clinique : pour une approche relationnelle dans les soins, 2014, Hubert Doucet, Paramètres, Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal

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    Roigt, Delphine

    2017-04-01

    Full Text Available In his book L’éthique clinique pour une approche relationnelle (Clinical Ethics: A Relational Approach, Hubert Doucet proposes an approach to clinical ethics that includes various theoretical and practical perspectives, notably that of the philosopher Paul Ricoeur. Doucet argues for a relational vision of clinical ethics practice, an ethics of caregivers that, in his words, “needs to be built from the experience of the disease and adapted to the ill person.”

  18. RISQUE, EXPERTISE Résidus phytosanitaires, PCB, dioxines dans les aliments : nouvelles approches pour la maîtrise du risque

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    Narbonne Jean-François

    2002-03-01

    Full Text Available Les pesticides et plus généralement les composés organochlorés (PCB et dioxines ont été largement répandus dans l’environnement depuis la seconde guerre mondiale. Les progrès considérables des méthodes d’analyse et des connaissances moléculaires des mécanismes de toxicité ont été plus récents. Ainsi, la mise en évidence de traces de ces composés dans l’ensemble des compartiments de l’environnement et la découverte d’effets néfastes non pris en compte dans les premières utilisations nous amènent à ré-examiner le rapport risques/avantages. La multiplicité des mécanismes d’action des produits chimiques présentant des propriétés insecticides, herbicides et fongicides peut conduire à des effets toxiques sur des organismes « non cibles », y compris l’homme. Des études épidémiologiques ont été menées pour détecter des augmentations éventuelles d’effets cancérigènes et d’atteintes des fonctions neurologiques et reproductrices chez les populations exposées professionnellement (travailleurs de l’industrie chimiques, agriculteurs. Pour les consommateurs, les effets retardés d’exposition à de faibles doses sont difficiles à mettre en évidence. La prévention consiste donc à définir des limites maximales en résidus (LMR, calculées à partir de doses journalières admissibles (DJA et à procéder au contrôle des denrées alimentaires, en particulier celles qui sont destinées aux enfants. Pour la surveillance des compartiments de l’environnement, des réseaux spécifiques ont été mis en place (air, sols, eaux douce, marine ou d’adduction fondés sur des approches chimiques classiques, ou plus récemment biologiques. Aujourd’hui, les risques liés aux pesticides sont pris en compte dans la gestion intégrée de la sécurité sanitaire des aliments par les opérateurs des filières, par exemple en mettant en oeuvre la méthode HACCP. Les PCB et dioxines présents dans l

  19. Une approche pragmatique cognitive de l'interaction personne/système informatisé A Cognitive Pragmatic Approach of Human/Computer Interaction

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    Madeleine Saint-Pierre

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    Full Text Available Dans cet article, nous proposons une approche inférentielle de l'interaction humain/ordinateur. C'est par la prise en compte de l'activité cognitive de l'utilisateur pendant son travail avec un système que nous voulons comprendre ce type d'interaction. Ceci mènera à une véritable évaluation des interfaces/utilisateurs et pourra servir de guide pour des interfaces en développement. Nos analyses décrivent le processus inférentiel impliqué dans le contexte dynamique d'exécution de tâche, grâce à une catégorisation de l'activité cognitive issue des verbalisations recueillies auprès d'utilisateurs qui " pensent à haute voix " en travaillant. Nous présentons des instruments méthodologiques mis au point dans notre recherche pour l'analyses et la catégorisation des protocoles. Les résultats sont interprétés dans le cadre de la théorie de la pertinence de Sperber et Wilson (1995 en termes d'effort cognitif dans le traitement des objets (linguistique, iconique, graphique... apparaissant à l'écran et d'effet cognitif de ces derniers. Cette approche est généralisable à tout autre contexte d'interaction humain/ordinateur comme, par exemple, le télé-apprentissage.This article proposes an inferential approach for the study of human/computer interaction. It is by taking into account the user's cognitive activity while working at a computer that we propose to understand this interaction. This approach leads to a real user/interface evaluation and, hopefully, will serve as guidelines for the design of new interfaces. Our analysis describe the inferential process involved in the dynamics of task performance. The cognitive activity of the user is grasped by the mean of a " thinking aloud " method through which the user is asked to verbalize while working at the computer. Tools developped by our research team for the categorization of the verbal protocols are presented. The results are interpreted within the relevance theory

  20. Application d’une approche inspirée des colonies de fourmis pour la recommandation des chemins d’apprentissage dans un cours en ligne : modèle et expérience

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    Aziz Dahbi

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Dans cet article, nous présentons la mise en œuvre, l’expérimentation et l’évaluation d’une approche pour la recommandation des chemins d’apprentissage dans un cours en ligne. Le processus de recommandation est inspiré de l’intelligence en essaim et plus particulièrement de l’optimisation par colonies de fourmis (OCF (ant colony optimization [ACO]. Dans ce contexte, nous avons considéré une différenciation des chemins d’apprentissage en fonction de l’activité explorée pour l’apprentissage d’un cours. Dans l’objectif de recommander des chemins d’apprentissage considérés optimaux et d’évaluer ainsi leur impact sur l’apprentissage d’un cours en ligne, l’approche proposée est basée à la fois sur la recommandation de chemins pertinents par l’enseignant et sur les résultats stockés au fur et à mesure par les apprenants sur les chemins empruntés. Notre approche a été validée expérimentalement et les résultats obtenus ont montré l’émergence d’un chemin d’apprentissage favorisant la réussite d’un nombre d’apprenants relativement considérable.

  1. Approches substantives de l’économie : des outils pour l’étude des organisations d’économie sociale

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    Andreia Lemaître

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Les approches traditionnelles des organisations d’économie sociale (OES se centrent le plus souvent sur leur dimension socioéconomique, les analysant comme des initiatives privées non-lucratives produisant des biens et services, dans un rapport de contingence à leur environnement. Dans l’article, nous défendons une approche des OES fondée sur leur double dimension, socioéconomique et politique. Nous les envisageons aussi comme des institutions, capables d’action sur leur contexte, comme des voies d’expression collective s’inscrivant de manière spécifique dans l’espace public et pouvant interagir avec la régulation publique. L’article a pour objectif de démontrer la pertinence de la grille polanyienne pour appréhender cette double dimension, à travers la mobilisation de deux concepts : d’une part celui d’encastrement politique et, d’autre part, celui de l’articulation des différentes formes d’intégration, mis en avant à travers l’adoption d’une définition substantive de l’économie. Parmi ces formes, le principe de l’administration domestique est très peu évoqué dans la littérature sur la pensée de Polanyi. Pourtant, l’administration domestique renvoie à ce que la littérature féministe contemporaine appelle le « travail domestique » ou encore le care, à savoir la production, principalement assurée par les femmes, de biens et services gratuits destinés à leurs proches. Une relecture de ce principe dans le cadre des rapports sociaux de sexes démontre tout son intérêt dans les OES, particulièrement celles qui sont impliquées dans l’aide à la personne, où l’entourage proche est régulièrement mobilisé.The traditional approaches of the social economy organizations (SEO generally focus on their socioeconomic dimension, analyzing them as private non-profit initiatives producing goods and services, in a contingent relation with their environment. In this article, we suggest

  2. APPROCHE MORPHOLOGIQUE DE L’ÉCREVISSE ASTACUS ASTACUS L. 1758 ASSOCIÉE À L’IMAGERIE (TOMOSCANNER ET ÉCHO-DOPPLER ET AUX TECHNIQUES IMMUNOHISTOCHIMIQUES

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    BENYAHIA T. M.

    2002-07-01

    Full Text Available Après avoir souligné, d’une manière concrète, les difficultés de la dissection et le repérage par les méthodes classiques, nous avons essayé dans ce travail d’aborder l’apport de la macroscopie indirecte de l’animal grâce à la radiologie (échographie, tomoscanner, lavement baryté afin de vérifier les donnés anatomiques sur l’écrevisse à pattes rouges, complété par des techniques microscopiques. Dans notre travail, l’adaptation pour l’écrevisse de techniques nouvelles de radiologie (tomoscanner et échographie complétées par les études d’histologie (colorations et immunohistochimie ont permis de se rendre compte des possibilités qu’elles offrent pour l’exploration dynamique et le repérage précis des organes et pour le diagnostic de maladies histopathologiques et ceci sans porter atteinte à l’animal. Le but de cette approche est de mettre au point des moyens d’investigation sur l’animal vivant pour mieux cerner les éventuels états pathologiques touchant surtout ses organes profonds et contribuer ainsi à préserver cette espèce menacée par la pollution des milieux astacicoles et par la sécheresse persistante que connaît le Maroc ces dernières années.

  3. Métier de sociologue, approche inductive et objet d'analyse. Brèves remarques à partir de Bourdieu.

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    Hamel, Jacques

    2015-05-01

    This article seeks to reveal the role played by the inductive approach in sociology. Grounded Theory assumes its full importance in formulating sociological explanations. However, the theory does pose a problem, in that the "method" is not based on clearly defined operations, which remain implicit. This article attempts to show that the object of analysis-what is being analyzed-makes perceptible the operations implicitly conceived by the analyst, based on Grounded Theory. With qualitative analysis software, such as Atlas.ti, it is possible to shed light on these operations. The article is illustrated by the theory of Pierre Bourdieu and the epistemological considerations he developed as a result of his qualitative inquiry, La Misère du monde. Cet article cherche à montrer le rôle que joue l'approche inductive en sociologie. La Grounded Theory revêt son importance pour formuler l'explication sociologique. Celle-ci pose toutefois problème. En effet, la «méthode» ne repose pas sur des opérations clairement définies et celles-ci restent implicites. Dans cet article, on cherche à montrer que l'objet d'analyse-ce sur quoi porte l'analyse-rend perceptibles les opérations que l'analyste conçoit implicitement en s'appuyant sur la Grounded Theory. Les logiciels d'analyse qualitative, comme Atlas.ti, permettent d'autre part de les mettre en évidence. L'article est illustré par la théorie de Pierre Bourdieu et les considérations épistémologiques qu'a développées cet auteur à la suite de son enquête qualitative sur la Misère du monde. © 2015 Canadian Sociological Association/La Société canadienne de sociologie.

  4. Approche complète de développement des IPs pour les SoCs A ...

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    CoFluent and Quartus II tools have helped us to get the different models. ... Key words : IPs – SoC - Design and Reuse – UML – System C ... nouvelles techniques de conception doivent- .... obtenir un prototype fabriqué et testé. ..... Information Technology and Control, ... A new logic circuit design methodology with UMLl.

  5. Les enjeux liés à l’intégration de l’approche BIM de modélisation des données du bâtiment à l’enseignement universitaire : cas d’une école d’ingénierie

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    Conrad Boton

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Le succès grandissant de l’approche de modélisation des données du bâtiment (BIM change le paradigme de fonctionnement de l’industrie de la construction et les universités sont confrontées à des défis importants dans leurs efforts pour introduire l’approche BIM dans l’enseignement. Plusieurs travaux ont étudié la question, mais chaque étude en a abordé des aspects spécifiques. Ainsi, il n’existe pas de cadre global fournissant des lignes directrices pratiques et neutres. Le cadre proposé dans cet article établit sept grands défis : les compétences à acquérir, l’approche pédagogique, les méthodes d’évaluation, l’environnement technologique, les partenariats industriels, l’approche de mise en œuvre et le calendrier. L’étude du cas d’une université d’ingénierie canadienne est également proposée.

  6. Une approche générationnelle des jeunes militants frontistes Young activists in the French National Front : a generational approach

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    Magali Bouzama

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Cet article vise à saisir l’évolution des jeunes au Front national (FN à différentes périodes de l'histoire du parti et à éclairer ces engagements juvéniles en repérant des moments clés constitutif de générations précises de militants, qui présentent des propriétés sociales différentes selon le contexte social. On se propose de caractériser les trois grandes vagues d'adhésion repérées, à partir de l'évolution partisane du FN mais également au regard des événements sociaux plus larges. De ce travail on retient notamment une clé de compréhension de la scission et de la façon dont les jeunes se sont positionnés en faveur de l'un ou l'autre leader. Finalement, l'approche générationnelle ne peut être efficiente que si on lui adjoint une étude sur les trajectoires des individus et donc une lecture en termes de socialisation.This article applies a generational approach to study young people entering politics. It allows us to diffirentiate between the situation in the 19705 and today. During the 1970s, the young members of the FNJ (the French National Front Youth Section mainly came from the declining middle class (their sociological profile was that of a shop employee’s son. They belonged to the post-Mai 1968 generation and were influenced by anticommunism, very strong at that time. From the point of view of the parry, they were the first generation of a very small group of extreme-right wingers in France. Their work as militants was to establish the party. Most of the young people entering the FNJ in the 1980s aimed to combat the movement led by « SOS Racisme ». Skinheads and hooligans reappeared on the scene. The French National Front was represented in Parliament in 1986 and in the 1990s, its influence grew, its members belonged to the working classes but the chief was part of the upper class. By examining a few examples of family socialization, we try to understand how the identity of NF youth was built and

  7. Approche comparée de quelques évolutions de la gestion du risque en France à travers l’organisation des agences

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    Hubert Philippe

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    Full Text Available L’organisation nationale en matière d’évaluation et de gestion des risques est en cours de modifications depuis quelques années. Organisée par une loi en 1998, la création d’agences pour la sécurité sanitaire des aliments, des produits de santé et de l’environnement a marqué une étape. D’autres domaines sont en cours de réorganisation comme la sûreté nucléaire et la radioprotection. La mise en oeuvre de la directive SEVESO II peut aussi influer sur la gestion des installations industrielles classées dites « SEVESO ». Des « événements » comme la crise de la vache folle ou celle du sang contaminé ont joué un rôle dans les évolutions, mais l’émergence de nouveaux principes de gestion des risques au sein de la communauté internationale a aussi influé fortement sur les choix faits et les discussions. Le travail présenté ici est un travail préliminaire, qui visait à identifier les grandes lignes des réponses apportées dans les différents domaines à des questions comme celles du rôle des différentes institutions en matière d’évaluation et de gestion. L’approche comparative suivie ici est trop globale pour que tous les éléments de chaque système réglementaire soit décrit et certains aspects sont simplifiés. En revanche, ce type de comparaison met en lumière des contrastes notables quant aux solutions trouvées pour articuler le travail d’évaluation des risques et les prises de décision relevant des autorités.

  8. Le Bassin de Ribeira Seca de Santiago, Cap Vert: une gestion basée sur l´approche GIRE

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    Januário da Rocha Nascimento

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Dans cet article, l´auteur caractérise l´eau et l´agriculture des îles du Cap Vert et analyse les défis del´eau après la construction du barrage de Poilao dans la Vallée de Ribeira Seca, sur l´île de Santiago,en se servant de l´approche GIRE (Gestion Intégrée des Ressources en Eau. Au niveau de la législation,il s´avère nécessaire de proposer de nouvelles lois, décrets et règlements qui soient en accord avecnotre réalité, en opposition à un important lot d´instruments juridiques inapplicables, obsolètes et decompréhension difficile. La construction du barrage de Poilão a produit des impacts environnementaux,socio-économiques et sur l´irrigation. Il s´agit de trouver un modèle de gestion qui s´adapte à la réalitédu Cap Vert et de l´île de Santiago, regroupant tous les partenaires pour une gestion durable de lavallée de Ribeira Seca et qui puisse servir d´exemple aux futurs barrages à construire.In this article, the author characterizes the water and agriculture of the islands of Cape Verde andanalyzes the challenges in the water after the dam construction Poilao in the Valley of Ribeira Seca,on the island of Santiago, using the IWRM (Integrated Water Resources Management approach. Interms of legislation, it is necessary to propose new laws, decrees and regulations that are consistentwith our reality, as opposed to a large batch of inapplicable legal instruments obsolete and difficult tounderstand. The construction of the dam has produced Poilão environmental, socio-economic impactsand irrigation. It is to find a model that fits the reality of Cape Verde and Santiago Island, involvingall partners for the sustainable management of the valley of Ribeira Seca and that can serve as anexample to future to build dams.

  9. Open Issues in Supervisory Control of Hybrid Electric Vehicles: A Unified Approach Using Optimal Control Methods Questions ouvertes sur la supervision énergétique des véhicules hybrides électriques : une approche unifiée par la théorie de la commande optimale

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    Serrao L.

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Energy management of hybrid propulsion systems is considered, presenting new issues that extend the energy management role beyond the standard torque splitting to maximize system efficiency. The new issues include additional optimization criteria, constraints and relevant dynamics to deal with. New optimization criteria in addition the sole fuel consumption minimization include engine-out pollutant emissions and battery aging. State constraints are modified to account for plug-in hybrid vehicles. Moreover, specific supervisory control problems are recognized to need additional state variables. The latter comprise: engine and catalyst temperature to deal with engine warm-up effects on fuel consumption and after-catalyst emissions; thermal dynamics of heat recovery systems (Rankine or Thermo-Electric Generators, TEGs; and battery temperature, which influences battery performance and aging. It is shown that all these control problems can be treated in an unified fashion by extending the well-known ECMS (Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy, which is an implementation of Pontryagin Minimum Principle (PMP as formulated by optimal control theory. Extended definitions of the Hamiltonian function and Lagrange multipliers are introduced. Optimization runs performed off line are reported. Results show the benefits of the proposed unified approach and enlighten some first online implementation issues. Cet article a pour objet la gestion optimale de l’énergie pour un système de propulsion hybride. Le problème traditionnel de répartition de la puissance est modifié avec des nouveaux objectifs d’optimisation et des nouvelles contraintes. Les nouveaux objectifs d’optimisation incluent les émissions de polluants et le vieillissement de la batterie. Les contraintes sont modifiées pour prendre en compte des batteries à recharge externe (hybrides plug-in. De plus, des problèmes spécifiques sont traités avec une modélisation plus d

  10. From field to database : a user-oriented approche to promote cyber-curating of scientific drilling cores

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    Pignol, C.; Arnaud, F.; Godinho, E.; Galabertier, B.; Caillo, A.; Billy, I.; Augustin, L.; Calzas, M.; Rousseau, D. D.; Crosta, X.

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    Managing scientific data is probably one the most challenging issues in modern science. In plaeosciences the question is made even more sensitive with the need of preserving and managing high value fragile geological samples: cores. Large international scientific programs, such as IODP or ICDP led intense effort to solve this problem and proposed detailed high standard work- and dataflows thorough core handling and curating. However many paleoscience results derived from small-scale research programs in which data and sample management is too often managed only locally - when it is… In this paper we present a national effort leads in France to develop an integrated system to curate ice and sediment cores. Under the umbrella of the national excellence equipment program CLIMCOR, we launched a reflexion about core curating and the management of associated fieldwork data. Our aim was then to conserve all data from fieldwork in an integrated cyber-environment which will evolve toward laboratory-acquired data storage in a near future. To do so, our demarche was conducted through an intimate relationship with field operators as well laboratory core curators in order to propose user-oriented solutions. The national core curating initiative proposes a single web portal in which all teams can store their fieldwork data. This portal is used as a national hub to attribute IGSNs. For legacy samples, this requires the establishment of a dedicated core list with associated metadata. However, for forthcoming core data, we developed a mobile application to capture technical and scientific data directly on the field. This application is linked with a unique coring-tools library and is adapted to most coring devices (gravity, drilling, percussion etc.) including multiple sections and holes coring operations. Those field data can be uploaded automatically to the national portal, but also referenced through international standards (IGSN and INSPIRE) and displayed in international

  11. Un Aperçu Général des Méthodes de FLE : De la Méthode Audio-Orale Jusqu’à L’Approche Communicative

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    Esra ATMACA

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Tout au long de l’histoire, l’enseignement des langues étrangères devient un sujet de débat et ce débat divise les méthodologues, c’est pourquoi, plusieurs méthodes différentes se sont apparues. Les méthodes de langue étrangère cherchent à montrer aux apprenants comment être un apprenant actif. Malgré tous les efforts pour créer les méthodes d’enseignement-apprentissage jusqu’à ces jours-là, nous ne pouvons pas parler de l’existence d’une méthode idéale et suffisante. La diversité de toutes ces méthodes fait poser cette question : quelle est la meilleure parmi ces méthodes ? Chaque individu possède de besoins différents. Une méthode n’exerce pas le même effet sur les apprenants parce que l’utilité des méthodes peut varier d’un individu à un autre. Connaitre bien les approches et les méthodes de l’enseignement des langues étrangères permet de suivre le procès du développement de nouvelles approches et méthodes. Il faut bien connaitre aussi les principes, les limitations, les particularités et la manière d’utiliser de chaque méthode pour réaliser un bon enseignement. Cette article présente un aperçu général des méthodes de français langue étrangère : de la méthode audio-orale jusqu’ à l’approche communicative. Ce travail est une recherche qualitative. Dans ce travail on s’est adressé à la technique documentaire qui est l’une des techniques d’une recherche qualitative. Tout d’abord, nous avons visé à désigner les objectifs et les particularités des méthodes choisies. Ensuite, nous avons parlé brièvement l’enseignement de la grammaire et du vocabulaire dans ces méthodes. Finalement, nous avons donné l’exemples des livres des méthodes qui ont été préparés selon les méthodes mentionnées.

  12. Politiques agricoles et structures agro-industrielles: une approche à partir des tableaux input-output chiliens

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    sistema agroalimenticio de este país. AGRICULTURAL POLICIES AND AGRO-INDUSTRY STRUCTURES: AN APPROACH FROM CHILEAN INPUT-OUTPUT SHEMES. The determination of certain agro-export world power nations to free international agro-feeding exchanges with the purpose to accelerate economic growth and optimize the employment of productive factors, is opposed to the protection and normative policies effective in many countries where agriculture has to accomplish functions, other than those related to only provide consumer or exportation goods, like: self-sufficiency or self-guarantee in the production of foods, employment stability, space regulation, industrial development. Integrated development or re-orientation of the various procedures over a reduced number of production networks, this is in our opinion, the real scope of the new world order related to agriculture. The purpose of this information is to propose -from the analysis in the input-output tables- a methodology which grants an impact acknowledgement of external exchanges over internal structures of the agro-alimentary systems. We promote the hypothesis that indiscriminate application of liberal policies -mainly agro-export-led- leads to the homogenization of techniques, specialization of agriculture and the production networks and concludes finally, to the extraversion of economy. A well-oriented protection leads otherwise, to the diversification of production and inter-industrial exchanges, and contributes to the structure of agro-industrial systems, auspicious to the diffusion of technical progress and the internationalization of the economic growth production. The analysis of the chilean case at a long term basis, is specially relevant to this regard. The new liberal industrialization policies based on the exportation implemented in Chile after 1973 led in a certain way, to the disorganization of the agro-alimentary system in this country.

  13. Pour une génétique généralisée : l’approche des processus à l’âge numérique

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    Biasi, Pierre-Marc de

    2013-01-01

    À côté d’une génétique des textes littéraires, on admet la légitimité et l’opérativité d’une génétique des arts, des sciences et des techniques. On ne parle plus de « critique génétique » mais plutôt de « génétique ». Pourquoi ? Parce que cette approche ne se situe pas sur le même plan que les méthodologies critiques. Son but est moins d’interpréter des œuvres, que de comprendre des processus, moyennant une épochè herméneutique. Sa singularité est d’importer sur la scène critique des masses d...

  14. La méthode des « Histoires » : une approche mixte de la collecte et de l’analyse de données sur les valeurs

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    Addeo, Felice; Diana, Paolo

    2013-01-01

    Notre article illustre les potentialités ainsi que les limites méthodologiques des « Histoires », considérées comme une approche alternative au recueil d’informations sur les valeurs en sciences sociales. La méthode des « Histoires » a été développée de manière originale et indépendante par Alberto Marradi (2005). Nous présentons ici deux recherches empiriques différentes qui utilisent la méthode des « Histoires ». La première est extraite d’une recherche internationale sur la citoyenneté act...

  15. Evaluation d'une approche pedagogique respectant les facons d'apprendre des filles en sciences et en TIC en 9e annee au Nouveau-Brunswick

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    Lirette-Pitre, Nicole T.

    2009-07-01

    La reussite scolaire des filles les amene de plus en plus a poursuivre une formation postsecondaire et a exercer des professions qui demandent un haut niveau de connaissances et d'expertise scientifique. Toutefois, les filles demeurent toujours tres peu nombreuses a envisager une carriere en sciences (chimie et physique), en ingenierie ou en TIC (technologie d'information et de la communication), soit une carriere reliee a la nouvelle economie. Pour plusieurs filles, les sciences et les TIC ne sont pas des matieres scolaires qu'elles trouvent interessantes meme si elles y reussissent tres bien. Ces filles admettent que leurs experiences d'apprentissage en sciences et en TIC ne leur ont pas permis de developper un interet ni de se sentir confiante en leurs habiletes a reussir dans ces matieres. Par consequent, peu de filles choisissent de poursuivre leurs etudes postsecondaires dans ces disciplines. La theorie sociocognitive du choix carriere a ete choisie comme modele theorique pour mieux comprendre quelles variables entrent en jeu lorsque les filles choisissent leur carriere. Notre etude a pour objet la conception et l'evaluation de l'efficacite d'un materiel pedagogique concu specifiquement pour ameliorer les experiences d'apprentissage en sciences et en TIC des filles de 9e annee au Nouveau-Brunswick. L'approche pedagogique privilegiee dans notre materiel a mis en oeuvre des strategies pedagogiques issues des meilleures pratiques que nous avons identifiees et qui visaient particulierement l'augmentation du sentiment d'auto-efficacite et de l'interet des filles pour ces disciplines. Ce materiel disponible par Internet a l'adresse http://www.umoncton.ca/lirettn/scientic est directement en lien avec le programme d'etudes en sciences de la nature de 9e annee du Nouveau-Brunswick. L'evaluation de l'efficacite de notre materiel pedagogique a ete faite selon deux grandes etapes methodologiques: 1) l'evaluation de l'utilisabilite et de la convivialite du materiel et 2

  16. A research approach to support the empowerment of alternatives to prison / Une approche de recherche pour soutenir le renforcement des mesures alternatives à l’incarcération

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    Gregori Emilio

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Il Progetto Europeo “Reducing prison population: advanced tools of justice in Europe” è stato finanziato dalla Commissione Europea al fine di migliorare la conoscenza e lo scambio di misure innovative di pratiche alternative alla detenzione, sia nella fase pre-processuale, sia in quella dell’esecuzione della pena. La progettazione delle linee guida per l'attuazione di alternative alla detenzione in tutti i paesi europei e del pacchetto formativo, indirizzato al personale che lavora nei servizi che si occupano di alternative alla prigione, è stata preceduta da diverse attività di ricerca svolte in sette paesi europei (Italia, Lettonia, Scozia, Francia, Bulgaria, Romania e Germania. Questo articolo descrive la metodologia utilizzata nelle attività di ricerca e la gestione di queste ultime, condotte in diversi paesi e indirizzate ad una popolazione complessa. Le projet européen « Reducing Prison Population: advanced tools of justice in Europe » a été financé par la Commission Européenne afin d’améliorer la connaissance et d’échanger les approches innovantes de mesures alternatives à l’incarcération, avant comme après le procès. La définition de lignes directrices pour la mise en ɶuvre des alternatives à l’incarcération dans chaque pays européen et du dossier de formation conçu à l’intention du personnel des services offrant des alternatives à la prison, a été précédé par des recherches menées dans sept pays européens (Italie, Lettonie, Écosse, France, Bulgarie, Roumanie et Allemagne. Cet article décrit la méthodologie de recherche utilisée dans ce projet et la gestion des différentes activités menées dans plusieurs pays et ciblées sur une population complexe. The European Project “Reducing prison population: advanced tools of justice in Europe” was funded by the European Commission in order to improve the knowledge and to exchange innovative measures of practices alternative to

  17. Dénomination de groupes sociaux : approche sémantique et discursive d’une catégorie de noms propres*

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    Lecolle Michelle

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available Associant des perspectives sémantique et discursive, l’article s’attache à la description et à la caractérisation des dénominations de groupes sociaux constitués (partis politiques, syndicats, associations, groupes culturels – Parti Radical, Confédération paysanne, Génération précaire, Orchestre philarmonique de Berlin, qu’il envisage comme une catégorie de noms propres : des « noms propres collectifs » (Npr-coll. Ces dénominations ont en commun des spécificités sur le plan formel – s’ils sont polylexicaux, ils ont une syntaxe interne et, souvent, un sens compositionnel –, sur les plans sémantique et référentiel – ce sont des noms collectifs (Ncoll, et leur référent est un groupe humain, constitué selon un but commun –, et sur le plan socio-discursif – leur référent a un statut institutionnel et « public », et le Npr-coll est choisi par les membres du groupe, en adéquation avec ce statut, pour manifester une identité. Ces caractéristiques font de ces objets linguistiques des noms propres atypiques. Une première partie rappelle quelques éléments de la sémantique des Ncoll, caractérisée par l’existence de deux niveaux, celui du groupe constitué et celui de l’ensemble des individus le composant ; puis est proposé un inventaire d’exemples de quatre catégories de Npr-coll. Une deuxième partie discute du statut théorique de ces dénominations dans le cadre des approches du Npr, en lien avec leur sens collectif d’une part et, d’autre part, avec leur transparence descriptive – leur motivation. Puis nous examinons, en termes de processus, le cas de la nomination de groupes qui apparaissent sur la scène publique et s’y stabiliseront (peut-être – e.g. les Indignés. Une troisième partie se centre sur la motivation des Npr-coll. Cette question est abordée du point de vue des enjeux socio-discursifs de la nomination, puis d’un point de vue linguistique : nous explorons l

  18. LARYNGITE CHRONIQUE : APPROCHE DIAGNOSTIQUE ET ...

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  20. International approaches; Les approches internationales

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    Babinet, R. [Ambassade de France au Etats-Unis (United States); Thegerstrom, C. [Svensk Karnbranslehantering AB (SKB), Stockholm (Sweden)

    2005-04-01

    The first article reviews the difficulties that have arisen and been overcome in the setting of safety standards applicable to the 2 American sites designed for the disposal of radioactive wastes in deep geological layers. The first one to operate was WIPP (waste isolation pilot plant) it is dedicated to wastes released by trans uranian programs and it has received since its opening, five years ago, more than 19000 m{sup 3} of wastes. The second site is the Yucca-mountain project that is being built and is designed to receive directly the spent fuels of nuclear power plants. WIPP can be considered as a reference concerning deep geological disposal, compliance to federal and state regulations, consensus with local authorities, and acceptance by the public. The second article is dedicated to the solution chosen by Sweden: the direct disposal of spent nuclear fuels in deep geological layers. The Swedish solution relies on: -) a laboratory dedicated to the study of the design of the adequate packaging for the disposal of spent fuels, -) an underground facility to assess and test different technologies that might be involved in the disposal process, and -) feasibility studies to select potential sites. 2 sites have been selected: Oskarshamn and Osthammar. The success of the Swedish solution is based on efficient and sincere communication campaigns mixing public information and scientific debates, that have led to a broad acceptance by the public. (A.C.)

  1. Modélisation d'un choc thermique doux d'un verre S.S.C en utilisant l'approche thermomécanique

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    Malou, Z.; Hamidouche, M.; Madjoubi, M. A.; Bousbaa, C.; Bouaouadja, N.

    2005-05-01

    Dans ce travail, nous avons étudié l'endommagement du verre silico-sodo-calcique (trois différentes épaisseurs : 2mm, 4mm, et 8mm) par choc thermique descendant. Nous avons utilisé l'approche thermomécanique en terme de facteur d'intensité de contrainte en se basant sur un calcul numérique. Le choc thermique descendant, est la mise en contact brutal d'un échantillon, préalablement chauffé à une température Ti, avec un milieu dont la température Tf est inférieure à Ti. Le gradient thermique engendré induit des contraintes de tension dans les couches superficielles du corps. Ces contraintes peuvent conduire à la rupture du matériau. Les hypothèses prises en compte lors de la simulation sont comme suit : Le refroidissement des échantillons en verre chauffés à différentes températures, inférieures à sa température de transition, est fait par jet d'air à 20° C pendant 6 secondes. Ce temps est suffisant pour que la température des échantillons atteigne l'ambiante. Le coefficient de transfert de chaleur est de 600 W/°C.m2. Les températures chaudes ont été variées entre 100° C et 450° C. Lors des calculs, nous avons intégré, l'évolutions en fonction de la température des propriétés thermoélastiques du verre. Dans un premier temps, nous avons déterminé les températures et les contraintes transitoires dans l'échantillon à tout instant du choc thermique. Ensuite, nous avons déterminé l'évolution du facteur d'intensité de contrainte (FIC) durant le refroidissement. Enfin, les FIC calculés sont comparés à la ténacité (K1c) du matériau. Cette dernière a été mesurée en utilisant la mécanique linéaire de la rupture. Nous avons vérifié que quand le facteur FIC atteint la valeur de la ténacité dans la zone des défauts critiques, ces derniers se propagent d'une manière brutale causant ainsi la dégradation de l'échantillon. Par cette technique, nous avons directement accès à l'écart de température critique

  2. Les visées de l’argumentation et leurs corrélats langagiers : une approche discursive The Aims of Argumentation and their Linguistic Correlates: A Discursive Approach

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    Raphaël Micheli

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Le présent article a pour objectif de contribuer au débat théorique et méthodologique portant sur la définition qu’il convient d’octroyer à la notion d’« argumentation » et sur les conditions qui président à l’observabilité des processus argumentatifs dans les discours. On tente de montrer comment une approche discursive peut traiter deux problèmes souvent débattus dans le champ des études argumentatives. (1 Peut-on, sur le plan pragmatique, identifier une (ou plusieurs visée(s permettant de saisir ce que l’argumentation, en tant que « fait de discours », a de spécifique par rapport à d’autres faits de discours ? (2 Peut-on corréler les visées identifiées sur le plan pragmatique avec des formes relativement stables qui assurent le caractère « reconnaissable » de l’argumentation dans la matérialité langagière ? C’est ainsi la double question des visées de l’argumentation et de leurs corrélats langagiers qui est au centre du propos : l’enjeu est de formuler une série de propositions méthodologiques, en discutant quelques contributions récentes qui ont marqué l’approche discursive de l’argumentation dans l’espace francophone.This paper aims at contributing to the theoretical and methodological debate bearing on the definition of “argumentation” and the observation of argumentative processes in linguistic data. It shows how a discursiveapproach can deal with two issues that are often discussed in the field of argumentation studies. (1 On a pragmatic level, is it possible to identify one (or several aim(s allowing to understand what is specific to the verbal activity of argumentation, as opposed to other verbal activities? (2 Is it possible to correlate such pragmatic aims with forms, so as to account for argumentation in the materiality of language? The paper thus deals both with the aims of argumentation, and with their linguistic correlates: its objective is to put forward a

  3. Failure Mode and Effect Analysis for Wind Turbine Systems in China

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    Zhu, Jiangsheng; Ma, Kuichao; N. Soltani, Mohsen

    2017-01-01

    This paper discusses a cost based Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) approch for the Wind Turbine (WT) with condition monitoring system in China. Normally, the traditional FMEA uses the Risk Priority Number (RPN) to rank failure modes. But the RPN can be changed with the Condition Monitoring...... Systems (CMS) due to change of the score of detection. The cost of failure mode should also be considered because faults can be detected at an incipient level, and condition-based maintenance can be scheduled. The results show that the proposed failure mode priorities considering their cost consequences...

  4. Vers une approche individu-centrée pour modéliser et simuler l’expression spatiale d’une maladie transmissible : la peste à Madagascar

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    Arnaud Banos

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available Depuis l’introduction de la peste à Madagascar par les colons européens, les recherches sur le cycle épidémiologique du foyer malgache se sont concentrées sur les processus de transmission du bacille pesteux entre les hôtes principaux -les rats- et secondaires -les hommes-  via un vecteur, les puces. Ces mécanismes sont désormais bien connus grâce à la démarche expérimentale de laboratoire. L’enjeu actuel des recherches porte davantage sur l’analyse des processus d’émergence, de réémergence, de diffusion et de conservation de la peste, ce qui suppose de replacer la maladie dans son environnement, dans l’objectif de mieux la contrôler. L’objet de cet article est de montrer, tout en retraçant l’évolution des recherches entreprises sur la peste à Madagascar, l’intérêt heuristique d’une approche récente de modélisation informatique dérivée de l’intelligence artificielle distribuée et fondée sur le paradigme de la complexité : les multi-agents.

  5. Behaviour of fission products 90Sr, 137Cs and 144Ce in soil-plant system

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    Zhu Yongyi; Qiu tongcai

    1988-11-01

    A small quantity of radioonuclides, such as fission products 90 Sr, 137 Cs and 144 Ce etc., generally may leak out from nuclear inductry system and may be disseminated on soul and plant cover. The accumulation and distribution of the radionuclides in spring wheat planted in the contaminated soil are described. The factors as nuclide chemical forms, soil agrochemical properties, growing stages of the plant and fertilizing etc., which affect the accumulation and the distribution were discussed. Possible approches were supposed to eliminate or clean the radionuclides from contaminated soil, which include planting adaptable herbage, applying some fertilizers and scraping regolith etc

  6. Hydraulic Hybrid Propulsion for Heavy Vehicles: Combining the Simulation and Engine-In-the-Loop Techniques to Maximize the Fuel Economy and Emission Benefits Propulsion hybride hydraulique des poids lourds : une approche alliant les techniques de simulation et d’« Engine-In-the-loop » (EIL afin de maximiser les économies de carburant et les avantages en termes d’émissions

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    Filipi Z.

    2009-09-01

    Full Text Available The global energy situation, the dependence of the transportation sector on fossil fuels, and a need for a rapid response to the global warming challenge, provide a strong impetus for development of fuel efficient vehicle propulsion. The task is particularly challenging in the case of trucks due to severe weight/size constraints. Hybridization is the only approach offering significant breakthroughs in near and mid-term. In particular, the series configuration decouples the engine from the wheels and allows full flexibility in controlling the engine operation, while the hydraulic energy conversion and storage provides exceptional power density and efficiency. The challenge stems from a relatively low energy density of the hydraulic accumulator. This places particular emphasis on development of the supervisory controller. The conventional wisdom is to operate the engine at the “sweet spot”, but the aggressive pursuit of engine efficiency as the sole objective can lead to frequent and rapid diesel engine transients, thus causing an adverse affect on the soot emissions and driver feel. Therefore, we propose a comprehensive methodology for considering a combined hybrid system fuel-economy and emissions objective. The fuel economy is addressed with the simulation-based approach, while investigating the impact of engine transients on particulate emission relies on the Engine-In-the-loop (EIL capability. The EIL study confirms advantages of a modulated state-of-charge control over the thermostatic approach, and demonstrates the ability of the Series Hydraulic Hybrid to improve the fuel economy of the medium truck by 72%, while reducing the particulate emission by 74% compared to the conventional baseline over the city driving schedule. La situation énergétique mondiale, la dépendance du secteur des transports vis-à-vis des combustibles d’origine fossile et la nécessité d’une réponse rapide face au défi présenté par le r

  7. Standing up to Intersectional Discrimination: a Multi-dimensional Approach to the Case of Spain Faire face à la discrimination intersectionelle : une approche multi-dimensionnelle du cas espagnol

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    Olga Jubany

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available In analysing and understanding discrimination in our globalised society, the intersectional approach becomes fundamental to move beyond presumed collective classifications and adopt a conceptual framework inclusive of all forms of discrimination and their intersections. However, this does not only relate to the existence of different forms of the discriminatory experience, but also to the diversity in resistance and to the ways in which individuals stand up to it. By presenting an in-depth exploration of the case of Spain, this paper illustrates the key elements that play a role in the use of resources to complain against experiences of discrimination as a means of resistance. This is analysed through a multi-dimensional approach which reveals the existence of a breach between the prominent application of the intersectional concept at the academic level and its minimal use by individuals experiencing discrimination and those dealing with discrimination complaints. It is by linking the results of an empirical investigation with the arguments outlined at the wider academic sphere that this paper attempts to bridge the gap between the everyday experiences and the conceptual debate.En analysant et en comprenant la discrimination à l’aune de notre société globalisée, l’approche intersectionnelle devient fondamentale pour dépasser les classifications collectives présumées et pour adopter un cadre conceptuel incluant toutes les formes de discrimination et leurs intersections. Cela renvoie non seulement à l’existence de différentes formes d’expérience discriminatoire mais aussi aux différentes manières dont les individus y font face et y résistent. À partir d’une exploration approfondie du cas espagnol, cet article montre les éléments-clés qui jouent un rôle dans l’usage des ressources mobilisées comme moyen de résistance en cas d’expériences discriminatoires. Grâce à une approche multi-dimensionnelle, l’analyse r

  8. Pour une approche génétique de L’Éducation sentimentale (1869 : état présent, perspectives, démarches

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    Déborah Boltz

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Le dossier génétique de L’Éducation sentimentale (1869, quasi-complet mais dispersé dans plusieurs institutions publiques de conservation, est disponible à la recherche depuis plus de trente ans. En trente ans d’approche génétique sur ce corpus manuscrit de nombreux travaux, que l’on doit principalement aux chercheurs de l’ITEM, ont été réalisés. Il faut y ajouter deux chantiers d’envergure: les recherches engagées, depuis 2006, pour l’édition en ligne du corpus « Flaubert » dans le cadre du programme ANR « OPTIMA » (Outil pour le traitement et l’analyse de l’information dans les manuscrits modernes piloté par l’ITEM, et dans lequel s’inscrit le classement et la transcription des brouillons rédactionnels de L’Éducation sentimentale; et, le projet éditorial du Tome IV des éditions des Œuvres complètes de Flaubert dans la Collection de la « Pléiade » consacré au roman parisien. Aussi, à l’heure de ces deux grands chantiers sur le texte et l’« avant-texte » de L’Éducation sentimentale, nous a-t-il paru nécessaire de faire le bilan critique et raisonné des travaux réalisés sur ce corpus. Où en sommes-nous donc dans l’approche génétique de ce dossier ? Quelles sont les zones qui ont été travaillées tant dans le domaine de « l’avant-texte » que dans celui de la « génétique de l’imprimé » ? À l’inverse, quelles sont celles qui sont restées dans l’ombre ? Enfin, à quel renouvellement majeur dans la lecture et l’interprétation de l’œuvre peut-on s’attendre ?The genetic dossier of L’Éducation sentimentale (1869, almost complete but dispersed in several public institutions, has been open to research for the last thirty years. During this time the genetic approach to this manuscript corpus has produced numerous works, mainly by ITEM researchers. To this should be added two important works in progress: first, the research begun in 2006 for the

  9. A Review of Approaches for the Design of Li-Ion BMS Estimation Functions Revue de différentes approches pour l’estimation de l’état de charge de batteries Li-ion

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    Di Domenico D.

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims at comparing different approaches for the estimation of the state of charge of lithium-ion batteries. The main advantages as well as the critical points of the considered techniques are analyzed, highlighting the impact of the cell model precision and complexity on the estimator performance. Among others, the electrical equivalent circuit based technique is selected for further development. The results of a complete procedure from the cell characterization to the online estimation are illustrated. The experimental tests based on the data collected on batteries testing facilities of IFP Energies nouvelles show that the proposed strategy allows a satisfying state of charge real time estimation. Cet article vise à comparer différentes approches pour l’estimation de l’état de charge pour les batteries Li-ion. Les principaux avantages ainsi que les points critiques des différentes techniques sont analysés, en soulignant l’impact de la complexité et de la précision du modèle sur les performances de l’estimateur. La procédure complète, allant de la caractérisation de la cellule jusqu’à l’estimation en ligne de l’état de charge, est présentée pour la modélisation par circuit électrique équivalent. Les tests expérimentaux sur la base des données acquises au laboratoire batteries d’IFP Energies nouvelles montrent que cette stratégie permet d’obtenir un estimateur en temps réel de l’état de charge présentant de bonnes performances.

  10. Approche réactive pour la conduite en convoi des véhicules autonomes : Modélisation et vérification

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    El Zaher , Madeleine ,

    2013-01-01

    This thesis places in the framework of Platoons, sets of autonomous vehicles that move together while keeping a spatial configuration, without any material coupling. Goals of the thesis are: first, the definition of a decision making approach for platoon systems. Second, the definition of a method for the verification of safety properties associated to the platoon system.The proposed decision making approach is decentralized and self-organized. Platoon vehicles are autonomous, they act based ...

  11. Une approche neuropsychologique des relations entre mémoire épisodique et mémoire sémantique

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    Bastin, Christine; Van der Linden, Martial

    2003-01-01

    Cognitive models of the organization of memory propose different conceptions of the relationships between episodic and semantic memory. In the present review, we consider two influential models. According to one model (Tulving, 1995), episodic and semantic memory are two functionally and anatomically distinct systems. Their relationships are referred to as “embeddedness”, that is, information must be encoded in semantic memory in order to achieve episodic memory. Another model (Squire & Zola,...

  12. Veille technologique et intelligence économique en PME et TPE : réalités d'une approche nouvelle avec le Web 2.0

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    DIAKHATE, Djibril

    2011-01-01

    With the web as a platform and the development of collaborative tools (blogs, RSS feeds, social networking, information sharing ...) information is changing and its production becomes increasingly simple. The average user, who since the advent of the Internet has merely a short role as consumer of information, is transformed into a "consumer-producer" of information. He is at the heart of the new system of production and dissemination of information. This change whose characteristics cannot b...

  13. Navigation sûre pour véhicules autonomes en environnement dynamique: une approche basée "Inevitable Collision State"

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    Martinez-Gomez , Luis

    2010-01-01

    This thesis deals with the problem of safe navigation for autonomous vehicles in dynamic environments. Motion safety is defined by means of Inevitable Collision States (ICS). An ICS is a state for which, no matter what the future trajectory of the vehicle is, a collision eventually occurs. For obvious safety reasons, an autonomous system should never ever find itself in one of such states. To accomplish this objective the problem is addressed in two parts. The first part focuses on determinin...

  14. Planification des activités en logistique inverse : modélisation et optimisation des performances par une approche stochastique en programmation linéaire

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    Fall , Alioune

    2016-01-01

    During the last decades, reverse logistics networks have been launched in severalindustrialized countries with the aim of preserving the environment. The implementation andmanagement of the reverse logistics concerns the different levels (strategic, tactical andoperational) existing in the framework of forward logistics for any production system. Toimprove this type of network, modeling and simulation are effective tools. After presenting astate of the art in this domain, our study focuses on...

  15. Approches pour la reduction de l'impact de defaut dans le transport d'energie du parc eolien offshore via VSC-HVDC =

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    Benadja, Mounir

    Dans ce travail est presente un systeme de generation d'energie d'un parc eolien offshore et un systeme de transport utilisant les stations VSC-HVDC connectees au reseau principal AC onshore. Trois configurations ont ete etudiees, modelisees et validees par simulation. Dans chacune des configurations, des contributions ameliorant les cotes techniques et economiques sont decrites ci-dessous : La premiere contribution concerne un nouvel algorithme MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) utilise pour l'extraction de la puissance maximale disponible dans les eoliennes des parcs offshores. Cette technique d'extraction du MPPT ameliore le rendement energetique de la chaine de conversion des energies renouvelables notamment l'energie eolienne a petite et a grande echelles (parc eolien offshore) qui constitue un probleme pour les constructeurs qui se trouvent confrontes a developper des dispositifs MPPT simples, moins couteux, robustes, fiables et capable d'obtenir un rendement energetique maximal. La deuxieme contribution concerne la reduction de la taille, du cout et de l'impact des defauts electriques (AC et DC) dans le systeme construit pour transporter l'energie d'un parc eolien offshore (OWF) vers le reseau principal AC onshore via deux stations 3L-NPC VSCHVDC. La solution developpee utilise des observateurs non-lineaires bases sur le filtre de Kalman etendu (EKF). Ce filtre permet d'estimer la vitesse de rotation et la position du rotor de chacune des generatrices du parc eolien offshore et de la tension du bus DC de l'onduleur DC-AC offshore et des deux stations 3L-NPC-VSC-HVDC (offshore et onshore). De plus, ce developpement du filtre de Kalman etendu a permis de reduire l'impact des defauts AC et DC. Deux commandes ont ete utilisees, l'une (commande indirect dans le plan abc) avec EKF integre destinee pour controler le convertisseur DC-AC offshore et l'autre (commande d-q) avec EKF integre pour controler les convertisseurs des deux stations AC-DC et DC-AC tout en

  16. New findings on the onset of thermal disassembly in spallation reactions; Nouvelles approches pour l'etude de la multifragmentation thermique dans la spallation

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    Napolitani, P

    2004-09-15

    Thermal multifragmentation is the process of multi body disassembly of a hot nucleus when the excitation is almost purely thermal i.e. dynamical effects like compression (characteristic of ion-ion collisions at Fermi energy) are negligible. Suited reactions are proton induced collision or ion-ion abrasion at relativistic incident energy. Thus we measured four systems at FRS (Fragment separator, GSI, Darmstadt) in inverse kinematics: Fe{sup 56}+p, Fe{sup 56}+Ti(nat), Xe{sup 136}+p, Xe{sup 136}+Ti(nat) a 1 A*GeV. The inverse kinematics allows to observe all particles without any threshold in energy. This is a great advantage compared to experiments in direct kinematics, because only in inverse kinematics it is possible to obtain complete velocity spectra (without a hole for low velocities) for fully identified isotopes. The complex shape of the velocity spectra allows to identify the different deexcitation channels and it clearly shows the transition from a chaotic-dominated process (Gaussian cloud in velocity space) to a direct Coulomb- (or eventually expansion-) dominated process (shell of a sphere in velocity space). Different possible descriptions of the reaction process are discussed, based either on asymmetric fission or multifragmentation. The resulting physical picture is especially interesting for the Fe{sup 56}+p, and Xe{sup 136}+p systems: proton induced collisions could result in the split of the system in two or more fragments due to a fast break-up process. In this case, the configuration of the break-up partition is very asymmetric. The discussion will be extended to other characteristics, like the restoring of nuclear structure features in the isotopic production and the temperature dependence of the isotopic composition of the residues. (author)

  17. LE RECUEIL DES VERTUS DE LA MÉDECINE ANCIENNE, OU LES VERTUS D’UNE APPROCHE CROISÉE ENTRE MÉDECINE ET HISTOIRE

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    Graz, Bertrand

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Towards the end of the 20th Century in Mauritania, Mohammed Beïba Ould Maqari («Al‐Maqari» wrote a treatise of Greek‐Arab medicine, combining traditional theories dating back to Hippocrates, Galen and Avicenna with comments based on contemporary practice in the Western Sahara. The result is a document of the present– day practice and teaching of the written therapeutic tradition of the Sahara/West Africa, which may be compared to so‐called ”Unani medicine” in its eastern extension in Pakistan and India. Far from being a dogmatic statement, the treatise stresses the importance of practical experience whilst engaging a constant dialogue with various authors throughout history. This article invites readers to join in an open reflection, confronting an historical medical tradition with their own experiences. In this spirit, the Ould‐Maqari clinic, near Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania, was subjected to a rapid assessment of safety and effectiveness which is also presented here. The result was joint consultations with Greek‐Arab and modern practitioners which endeavor to offer patients the best possible care taken from both medical systems.

  18. Approximate Riemann solvers and flux vector splitting schemes for two-phase flow; Solveurs de Riemann approches et schemas de decentrement de flux pour les ecoulements diphasiques

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    Toumi, I.; Kumbaro, A.; Paillere, H

    1999-07-01

    These course notes, presented at the 30. Von Karman Institute Lecture Series in Computational Fluid Dynamics, give a detailed and through review of upwind differencing methods for two-phase flow models. After recalling some fundamental aspects of two-phase flow modelling, from mixture model to two-fluid models, the mathematical properties of the general 6-equation model are analysed by examining the Eigen-structure of the system, and deriving conditions under which the model can be made hyperbolic. The following chapters are devoted to extensions of state-of-the-art upwind differencing schemes such as Roe's Approximate Riemann Solver or the Characteristic Flux Splitting method to two-phase flow. Non-trivial steps in the construction of such solvers include the linearization, the treatment of non-conservative terms and the construction of a Roe-type matrix on which the numerical dissipation of the schemes is based. Extension of the 1-D models to multi-dimensions in an unstructured finite volume formulation is also described; Finally, numerical results for a variety of test-cases are shown to illustrate the accuracy and robustness of the methods. (authors)

  19. Microscopic approach of molecular dynamics. Applications to reactions near the barrier; Approches microscopiques de la dynamique nucleaire. Applications aux reactions autour de la barriere

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    Simenel, C.; Avez, B. [CEA Saclay, Dept. d' Astrophysique, de Physique des Particules de Physique Nucleaire et de l' Instrumentation Associee (DSM/DAPNIA/SPhN), 91- Gif sur Yvette (France); Lacroix, D. [GANIL, 14 - Caen (France)

    2007-07-01

    This lecture introduces several microscopic approaches to nuclear dynamics. Our goal is to provide a good description of low energy heavy ions collisions. We study both the formalism and the practical application of the time-dependent Hartree-Fock (TDHF) theory. The TDHF approach gives a mean field dynamics of the system under the assumption of independent particles. As an example, we study the fusion of both spherical and deformed nuclei with TDHF. We also show that nucleon transfer may occur between nuclei below the barrier. These studies allow us to specify the field of applications of TDHF in one hand, and, in the other hand, its intrinsic limitations, as for instance the fact that there is no fusion by tunnel effect with TDHF. It is then important to get rid of the independent particle assumption. We finally present some approaches to go beyond TDHF, including for instance pairing and/or collision term between nucleons, though only few realistic applications have been performed so far. (authors)

  20. Pourquoi croire au modèle du développement territorial au Maghreb ? Une approche critique

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    Kirsten Koop

    2010-09-01

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  1. Behaviour and damage of aged austenitic-ferritic steels: a micro-mechanical approach; Comportement et endommagement des aciers austeno-ferritiques vieillis: une approche micromecanique

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    Bugat, St

    2000-12-15

    The austenitic-ferritic steels are used in the PWR primary cooling system. At the running temperature (320 C), they are submitted to a slow aging, which leads to the embrittlement of the ferritic phase. This embrittlement leads to a decrease of the mechanical properties, in particular of the crack resistance of the austenitic-ferritic steels. The damage and rupture of the austenitic-ferritic steels have been approached at the ENSMP by the works of P. Joly (1992) and of L. Devilliers-Guerville (1998). These works have allowed to reveal a damage heterogeneity which induces a strong dispersion on the ductilities and the toughnesses as well as on the scale effects. Modeling including the damage growth kinetics measured experimentally, have allowed to verify these effects. Nevertheless, they do not consider the two-phase character of the material and do not include a physical model of the cleavage cracks growth which appear in the embrittled ferrite. In this study, is proposed a description of the material allowing to treat these aspects while authorizing the structure calculation. In a first part, the material is studied. The use of the ESBD allows to specify the complex morphology of these steels and crystal orientation relations between the two phases. Moreover, it is shown that the two phases keep the same crystal orientation in the zones, called bicrystals, whose size varies between 500 {mu}m and 1 mm. The study of the sliding lines, coupled to the ESBD, allows to specify too the deformation modes of the two phases. At last, tensile and tensile-compression tests at various deformation range are carried out to characterize the macroscopic mechanical behaviour of these materials. Then, a micro-mechanical modeling of the material behaviour is proposed. This one takes into account the three scales identified at the preceding chapter. The first scale, corresponding to the laths is described as a monocrystal whose behaviour includes both an isotropic and a kinematic

  2. Approche économique de l'exploration des stockages souterrains de gaz en nappe aquifère Economic Approach to Exploration for Underground Gas Storage Facilities in Aquifers

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    Colonna J.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Dans le cadre de la recherche des stockages souterrains de gaz, le Département Réservoirs Souterrains de Gaz de France est amené à établir un programme d'exploration destiné à sélectionner définitivement, et au moindre coût, les structures capables de satisfaire la demande. Cette sélection passe par une estimation des probabilités de rejet ou d'abandon affectant les différentes structures susceptibles de donner lieu à une exploration. Il faut ensuite constituer le programme d'exploration de chacun des sites retenus après cet examen; ce programme consiste en une liste d'opérations (forage, sismique, essai hydraulique, forage à faible profondeur etc. qui mettront le plus vite possible en évidence : - d'une part les défauts; - d'autre part les principales caractéristiques techniques de la structure étudiée. La règle est d'atteindre la décision sur la faisabilité du site au stockage avec le moindre coût d'exploration. Pour ce faire, une analyse détaillée des causes potentielles d'abandon (recensement des défauts permet de choisir les opérations à effectuer, et d'associer à chacun des défauts recensés, l'opération ou l'ensemble d'opérations permettant de le détecter de façon certaine. Alors les estimateurs économiques tels que l'espérance de dépense, le risque financier, l'espérance de gain, sont calculés pour chacun des programmes, en vue de déterminer l'ordre d'exécution optimal des opérations. L'intérêt d'une telle approche, en ce qui concerne la réduction des dépenses d'exploration, est illustré par un exemple. As part of its work concerning the search for underground gas storage sites, the Underground Storage Department of Gaz de France has established an exploration program for the definitive and lowcost selection of suitable geological structures. This selection involves estimating probabilities of rejecting or abandoning different structures liable to be targets for exploration. The

  3. Approche multidimensionnelle de la difficulté objective dans une tâche d’anticipation coï ncidence Multidimensional approach of objective difficulty in an aiming task

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    2010-09-01

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    Cet article a pour objet de proposer une nouvelle procédure pour classer les tâches motrices à caractère informationnel à partir d’une approche multidimensionnelle de la difficulté. L’expérimentation a consisté à faire passer des tests de pointage à 345 sujets sur cibles mobiles créées et gérées par ordinateur. Les paramètres des cibles ont été choisis pour leur indépendance et la possibilité de les positionner sur des échelles numériques. Trois descripteurs ont été retenus : la vitesse de déplacement, la surface de la cible et l’incertitude spatiale. La performance ne semblant pas être la seule variable dépendante résumant la difficulté, il lui a été adjoint trois autres variables : les tentatives, le temps de réaction et le temps moteur. En utilisant des outils statistiques permettant des analyses de données multidimensionnelles (CAH, AFC, il a été possible soit d’agréger des tâches aux profils identiques soit de les différencier en fonction du poids de chaque descripteur sur les variables dépendantes. Surtout, il est envisageable de préciser l’apport de chaque variable dans la définition de la difficulté que se donne a posteriori le chercheur.
    PALABRAS CLAVE: Difficulté, traitement de l’information, tâche motrice, classification, analyse de données.

    This article deals with a new method to classify informational motor tasks, through a multidimensional approach of difficulty. The following experiment is used: 345 subjects are asked to point at computer-managed mobile targets. The 3 selected target parameters are: velocity, area and spatial uncertainty. Independence and numerical scalability are the reasons for this choice. As performance does not sump up difficulty, other dependent variables have been added: number of attempts, reaction time and motor time. The use of

  4. Approche ethnobotanique et ethnopharmacologique des plantes ...

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  5. Approche historique des classifications en psychiatrie

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    2011-01-01

    Resume Des le milieu du xixe siecle s?est posee la question des criteres de classification des maladies. Pour les maladies mentales, diverses classifications ont alors ete proposees par des auteurs francais (Morel) et allemands (Kahlbaum, Kraepelin). A partir de la fin du xixe siecle, le Bureau International de Statistique (Paris) a publie a une Classification Internationale des Maladies, a revision decennale (J. Bertillon). Cette tache a ete poursuivie dans l?entre-deux-guerres pa...

  6. Approche historiographique des pratiques sportives au Cameroun

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    Biwole M. Claude Emmanuel Abolo

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    En 50 ans d'indépendance, le sport camerounais a beaucoup évolué. De 11 en 1970, les fédérations sportives sont passées à plus de 40 aujourd'hui et les titres, trophées et médailles ne se comptent plus depuis lors. Le Cameroun est devenu progressivement une nation où le sport compte et où l'exploit sportif n'est plus méprisé, rejeté, voire vilipendé. Hier assimilés à des brutes épaisses, les sportifs sont aujourd'hui admirés et adulés. Finie l'image négative de marginaux qui leur collait au corps : finis les sous-entendus ridicules où ils étaient classés au bas de l'échelle sociale, juste bons pour bander les muscles et réaliser des performances. C'est cela la plus grande victoire du sport camerounais en 50 ans d'existence. Il a réussi à faire l'unanimité et les performances des sportifs devenues pour toute la nation un modèle, une référence et un réel motif de fierté.

  7. LE SECTEUR INFORMEL EN ALGERIE : APPROCHES, ACTEURS ...

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    Résumé. Le secteur informel en Algérie est peu étudié de manière directe et .... très diverses que Bernard (1980,1988) a classées en 3 catégories plus ou moins .... sont amenés en raison de l'ambiguïté de la loi et de sa faible appli- cation à ...

  8. imperforation choanale aspects cliniques, approche therapeutique

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    17 déc. 2006 ... INTRODUCTION. L'atrésie choanale est une malformation congénitale qui consiste en une obstruction totale ou subtotale des ori- fices postérieurs des fosses nasales. Il s'agit d'une affec- tion relativement rare (1 pour 5000 à 8000 naissances). Plusieurs théories pathogéniques ont été avancées, elles.

  9. LES CONFLITS - UNE APPROCHE GÉOPOLITIQUE

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    SILVIU NEGUŢ

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available Conflicts – a Geopolitical Approach. Because in the entire humanity’s written history there have been too few years without conflicts – these still being present today – we can draw the conclusion that war is the natural state of human beings. Thus, in the past few decades a true general theory regarding conflicts was developed – the most important contribution belonging to the realist school – which offers, among other things, a strategy regarding the options of solving a crisis situation. Over time, three large causal chains in determining the origin of conflicts have been marked out: the fight for resources, for controlling strategic locations and for a collective identity (national, ethnical, religious etc.. There is a large variety of types of war, the latest additions to the classic ones (global, colonial, national freedom etc. being the asymmetric wars (terrorism, organised crime etc. and the preventive ones etc. At the end of the XXth century and the start of the XXIst a series of changes have interfered, moving the focus from interstate conflicts to intrastate ones, from classic motivations (economy, resources, territories etc. to the identity character based on values and beliefs, from large armies to small groups (guerrilla, individual terrorism etc.. In this paper, as model of an unfolding international crisis we have chosen the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962, in which the four phases are clearly identified: pre-crisis, crisis escalation, detente and impact.

  10. Les déterminants de la demande de soins prénataux en République démocratique du Congo: Approche par données de comptage

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    Roger T. Nanfosso

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Contexte: Dans le contexte global des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement (dont deux traitent de la santé maternelle et infantile, la question de la santé des femmes en général et des mères en particulier est un élément important dans la lutte contre la pauvreté. Bienque les institutions internationales qui s’occupent de cette question recommandent au moins quatre visites prénatales au cours de la grossesse, on observe que seulement 47% des mères se conforment à cette recommandation en République démocratique du Congo (RDC. Cette insuffisance justifie que l’on s’intéresse aux facteurs qui expliquent la demande de soins prénataux dans ce pays, d’autant plus qu’il n’existe aucune étude sur ce sujet en RDC. Objectifs: L’objectif de cette étude est alors d’identifier et d’analyser par une approche générale, les principaux facteurs qui déterminent la demande de soins de santé prénataux en République démocratique du Congo. Méthode: La méthode que nous utilisons pour cet objectif est articulée autour des données de comptage. Outre le modèle de Poisson et le modèle binomial négatif, une régression desquantiles est élaborée afin d’examiner l’hétérogénéité de la demande de soins prénataux. Les données utilisées sont celles de l’Enquête Démographique et de Santé réalisée en 2007 dans le pays. Résultats: Les résultats obtenus indiquent que les facteurs pertinents qui influencent la demande de soins prénataux en RDC sont l’éducation, la religion, la maladie et les avortements passés, la lecture permanente de la presse écrite, et la souscription à une mutuelle de santé. Conclusion: Les résultats obtenus peuvent contribuer à élaborer une meilleure politique d’incitations et de prise en charge des mères. Les ménages pauvres devraient bénéficier deplus d’attention et les stratégies de sensibilisation devraient prendre en compte la religion des mères et leur

  11. Approche culturelle et Internet en classe de FLE : exemple d’une pratique à l’école nationale des ponts et chaussées (ENPC The potential of Internet in the French as a Foreign Language classroom: a cultural approach in the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC

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    Isabelle Salengros

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Cet article présente une recherche-action, menée à l'École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC, qui avait pour but de s'interroger sur les potentialités d'Internet en classe de Français Langue Étrangère (FLE lors de l'"enseignement" de la culture et / ou civilisation à un public spécialiste d'autres disciplines. Pour vérifier et contrôler notre hypothèse de départ, relevant des domaines, d'une part, des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (TIC, et d'autre part, de la didactique des langues, deux cours thématiques ont été mis en place, "La France et ses controverses" et "Partager la culture des Français". Ils proposent, lors de séances en présentiel, d'utiliser Internet comme support pédagogique. Le contenu de ces séances est axé sur une approche culturelle. D'abord, cette étude traite, tout en s'appuyant sur les fondements de la didactique des langues, de différents repères TIC et des approches culturelles liées aux TIC. Ensuite, nous présentons l'expérimentation réalisée au cours de l'année académique 2004-2005 et les résultats obtenus. Enfin, nous discutons des avantages d'une telle approche de l'"enseignement / apprentissage" de la culture et / ou civilisation, de la valeur ajoutée d'Internet et des pistes pédagogiques pour une recherche future.This article presents a research project carried out at École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (ENPC, one of France's leading engineering schools. It explores the use of the Internet in the classroom in the context of French as a Foreign Language teaching to engineering students in a programme designed to teach cultural aspects. The research straddles the two domains of IT and language teaching methodology. Two theme-based courses, "France and its controversies" and "Sharing French culture" were devised to test the initial hypothesis of the research project. The Internet was used as a teaching aid during classes, which emphasized a cultural

  12. Pour une nouvelle approche de l'hispanité grâce aux TICE - La formation d'enseignants d'espagnol langue étrangère Towards a new approach of Hispanic culture thanks to ICT - Beginners training for Spanish language teachers

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    Veronique Pugibet

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Si désormais les divers pays et cultures du monde hispanique figurent dans les programmes officiels de l'apprentissage de l'espagnol langue étrangère en France, l'approche qui en est proposée demeure encore souvent traditionnelle, une certaine vision de l'histoire et les "beaux" textes dominant largement. Comment amener les jeunes enseignants en formation initiale à porter un regard différent sur l'autre, à atteindre une véritable compétence culturelle dépassant la culture académique ? Nous rendrons compte dans notre étude de la spécificité de la formation initiale des professeurs d'espagnol qui, dorénavant, sont de plus en plus nombreux à être d'origine hispanophone. Nous exposerons leur parcours de formation sur et grâce aux TICE afin de dépasser les clichés réducteurs initiaux comme en témoignent leur approche première sur Internet, et en vue d'atteindre un regard plus ouvert sur l'hispanité et des pratiques pédagogiques différentes.Despite the ongoing presence of several Hispanic countries and cultures in state programs concerning Spanish as a foreign language in French education, the suggested methodology remains very often traditional with a predominantly biased vision of history as well as texts that are considered "beautiful". How can we help young teachers in their initial training to have a different perception of the other, to reach a true cultural competence that surpasses academic culture? We will show in our study the details involved in a Spanish teacher's initial training since, as it appears, they tend to be more and more of Hispanic origin. We will describe their training history through and thanks to the TICE in order to overcome the reductive and stereotyping clichés as they move initially towards the use of Internet, and in order to reach out for a more open perception of the Hispanic World and of different pedagogical practices.

  13. Ruptures et continuité culturelles dans la basse vallée du Yapatera: approche typologique formalisée d'un matériel céramique récolté en prospection

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    Full Text Available La basse vallée du Yapatera, dans le haut Piura, est un delta alluvionnaire, dont soixante kilomètres carrés ont été prospectés systématiquement en 1988, dans le but de réunir une documentation suffisante pour reconstruire l’occupation humaine préhispanique de cette microrégion. à partir de l’étude formelle du matériel céramique récolté en surface, l’auteur propose une séquence culturelle qui commence au Xème s. av. notre ère et se termine à la veille de la conquête espagnole. La technique de classification et de sériation proposée est adaptée au type de matériel étudié : la très forte fragmentation des tessons de céramique empêche en effet toute analyse strictement morphologique ou stylistique. C’est donc à partir d’une analyse technologique sur un grand nombre de tessons (type de pâte et technique de décor qu’est établie la sériation, à l’aide de statistiques multidimensionnelles. Une approche morpho-typométrique des formes sans col complète cette première analyse. La séquence obtenue est ensuite comparée aux données déjà existantes sur la région. Les correspondances, observées avec les séquences de Lanning et de Richardson notamment, renforcent la validité des propositions et une attribution culturelle est proposée pour chacune des huit ensembles reconnus. L’étude du nombre et de la localisation des sites de chaque ensemble complète l’analyse. La comparaison de la totalité des résultats a permis de reconnaître huit ensembles chronologiques et de mettre en évidence l’existence de deux ruptures principales dans la production céramique et les traditions technologiques. Ces ruptures semblent correspondre à l’arrivée de groupes allogènes centre andins. La première rupture, au début de notre ère, correspond à l’installation des mochica dans le piémont piuranais et à l’émergence de la culture Vicús, dont le centre se trouve à une vingtaine de kilomètres au sud de la

  14. Pharmacokinetic and pharmaco-technological approaches of actinides decorporation by an in vivo sequestering agent. Application to the development of new treatments; Approches pharmacocinetique et pharmacotechnique de la decorporation d'actinides par un agent complexant in vivo. Application a la mise au point de nouveaux traitements

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    distribution tissulaire et forte excretion urinaire) qui ne coincide pas avec la distribution des actinides dans l'organisme. De plus, du fait de ses proprietes physico-chimiques, la molecule hydrophile et polaire n'a pas la capacite de traverser les membranes plasmiques et de penetrer dans les cellules. En consequence, l'utilisation de vecteurs colloidaux tels que les liposomes pourrait permettre de moduler la pharmacocinetique du DTPA ainsi que de promouvoir l'acces de l'agent chelateur au compartiment intracellulaire des macrophages du systeme reticulo-endothelial ou se concentrent egalement les radionucleides. L'objectif de cette these a donc ete d'ameliorer le traitement de decorporation des actinides transuraniens en etudiant le cas du plutonium (Pu) par le DTPA selon une approche double. La strategie a consiste a developper des formes pharmaceutiques de types liposomes afin d'encapsuler et de modifier la distribution du DTPA in vivo. L'encapsulation du DTPA dans de larges liposomes multilamellaires (MLV) conventionnels (composEs de DOPC:CH:PG) et furtifs (composes de DOPC:CH:DSPE-PEG) a en effet pu modifier la pharmacocinEtique du DTPA en prolongeant son temps de circulation plasmatique et en augmentant sa distribution surtout dans le foie (MLV conventionnels) et au niveau du squelette (MLV furtifs). Ces modifications de distribution du DTPA ont ete dans un premier temps correlees a une augmentation du pouvoir decorporant du DTPA vis-a-vis du Pu chez le rat. La reduction du diametre des liposomes a environ 100 nm a permis de moduler davantage les paramEtres pharmacocinetiques en allongeant leur temps de circulation. Les liposomes furtifs de diametres reduits autour de 100 nm (SL-100nm) prEsentent une distribution a priori la plus favorable a une amelioration de l'effet pharmacologique du DTPA. En effet, l'administration d'une dose unique d'environ 3 {mu}mol.kg{sup -1} de DTPA encapsule dans les SL-100nm

  15. Using the Spanish Online Resource Aula Virtual de Español (AVE to Promote a Blended Teaching Approach in High School Spanish Language Classrooms / Utilisation de la ressource en ligne espagnole AVE pour favoriser l’approche de l’enseignement hybride

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    Martine Pellerin

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available The study explores the effectiveness of the implementation of blended teaching (BT by combining the Spanish online resource Aula Virtual de Español (AVE with the face-to-face (F2F delivery approach in second language Spanish programs in two high schools in Alberta, Canada. Findings demonstrate the effectiveness of combining the online resource AVE to the F2F teaching approach to promote BT in the Spanish language classroom. The use of BT approach in the language classroom had a positive impact on the students’ attitudes towards the study of the language, the students’ motivation and their participation levels in class, as well as their use of the target language in the classroom. Moreover, the multimodal experiences provided by the use of the online AVE resource combined with the F2F delivery approach responded more to the different learners learning styles and specific needs. Finally, the use of online AVE in conjunction with F2F teaching was also perceived as an effective tool in the preparation for the International Spanish Diplomas (DELE taken by the students in the more advanced Spanish classes. La présente étude explore l’efficacité de l’enseignement hybride combinant l’utilisation de la ressource espagnole en ligne Aula Virtual de Español (AVE et l’interaction face à face dans les programmes d’enseignement de l’espagnol, langue seconde, dans deux écoles secondaires de l’Alberta (Canada. Les résultats démontrent l’efficacité de la combinaison de la ressource en ligne AVE à la prestation face à face pour favoriser l’approche de l’enseignement hybride dans les cours d’espagnol. L’utilisation de l’approche de l’enseignement hybride dans le cours de langue a eu une incidence positive sur l’attitude des élèves relativement à l’apprentissage de la langue, la motivation des élèves et leur taux de participation en classe, ainsi que leur utilisation de la langue d’apprentissage dans la classe

  16. Pratiques résidentielles des ménages et consommation d'électricité : une approche territoriale de la transition énergétique en région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

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    Chabrol Maximin

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available La consommation d'électricité liée à l'habitat en région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur représente un tiers de la facture énergétique régionale. La maîtrise des consommations énergétiques, en particulier des consommations d'électricité, est l'un des piliers évoqués par les pouvoirs publics pour une mise en œuvre de la transition énergétique. Une approche infrarégionale permet de caractériser les comportements des territoires face à cette consommation, d'en rechercher les déterminants et de s'interroger sur les types d'actions à mettre en œuvre. Il est possible de mettre en évidence les contingences locales qui confèrent aux espaces de la région Paca un caractère énergivore du point de vue des consommations d'électricité du secteur résidentiel. La méthodologie développée repose sur une analyse en composantes principales et une classification ascendante hiérarchique pour l'élaboration d'une typologie d'espaces énergivores qualifiés autant par leurs fonctions (résidentielle, activités économiques, tourisme…, que par le type d'habitat qui les caractérise (maisons individuelles, appartements. La cartographie des résultats obtenus permet de territorialiser les types et d'engager une réflexion sur la dimension territoriale de la mise en œuvre de la transition énergétique.

  17. Modélisation du procédé de soudage hybride Arc / Laser par une approche level set application aux toles d'aciers de fortes épaisseurs A level-set approach for the modelling of hybrid arc/laser welding process application for high thickness steel sheets joining

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    Desmaison Olivier

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available Le procédé de soudage hybride Arc/Laser est une solution aux assemblages difficiles de tôles de fortes épaisseurs. Ce procédé innovant associe deux sources de chaleur : un arc électrique produit par une torche MIG et une source laser placée en amont. Ce couplage améliore le rendement du procédé, la qualité du cordon et les déformations finales. La modélisation de ce procédé par une approche Level Set permet une prédiction du développement du cordon et du champ de température associé. La simulation du soudage multi-passes d'une nuance d'acier 18MnNiMo5 est présentée ici et les résultats sont comparés aux observations expérimentales. The hybrid arc/laser welding process has been developed in order to overcome the difficulties encountered for joining high thickness steel sheets. This innovative process gathers two heat sources: an arc source developed by a MIG torch and a pre-located laser source. This coupling improves the efficiency of the process, the weld bead quality and the final deformations. The Level-Set approach for the modelling of this process enables the prediction of the weld bead development and the temperature field evolution. The simulation of the multi-passes welding of a 18MnNiMo5 steel grade is detailed and the results are compared to the experimental observations.

  18. Approche probabiliste des milieux poreux hétérogènes ou fracturés en relation avec les écoulements diphasiques Probabilistic Approach to Heterogeneous Or Fractured Porous Media in Relation to Two-Phase Flows

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    Jacquin C.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available La prise en compte des particularités structurales des gisements pétroliers fracturés ou hétérogènes est nécessaire à l'amélioration des prévisions de production. La description de ce type de gisements relève d'une approche probabiliste, qui conduit à une estimation des caractéristiques de la roche réservoir : distribution des dimensions des blocs d'un réservoir fissuré, échelles d'hétérogénéité. Ces caractéristiques sont introduites dans les modèles déterministes qui décrivent l'écoulement des fluides. On présente en particulier les problèmes que pose la transposition au gisement des résultats obtenus au laboratoire sur petits échantillons : changement d'échelle géométrique, estimation de la récupération finale et de l'évolution de la production en fonction du temps. The structural features of fractured or heterogenous oil fields must be taken into consideration to improve production forecasting. The description of such fields is based on a probabilistic approach leading to an estimate of the characteristics of the reservoir rock, i. e. distribution of the block sizes of a fissured reservoir, scales of heterogeneity. These characteristics are fed into deterministic models that describe fluid flows. Special attention is paid to problems raised by the transposition of laboratory results obtained on small samples to a field. Such problems include the change in geometric scale, the estimating of ultimate recovery and how production will evolve in time.

  19. L’utilisation de l’approche CTC: quel impact sur la couverture vaccinale lors de la campagne préventive de vaccination contre la méningite A avec le MenAfriVac au Togo en 2014?

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    Landoh, Dadja Essoya; Kahn, Anna-Léa; Lacle, Anani; Adjeoda, Kodjovi; Saka, Bayaki; Yaya, Issifou; Nassoury, Danladi Ibrahim; Kalao, Assima; Makawa, Makawa-Sy; Biey, Nsiari-Mueyi Joseph; Bita, Andre; Toke, Yaovi Temfa; Dörte, Petit; Imboua, Lucile; Ronveaux, Olivier

    2017-01-01

    Introduction Une campagne de vaccination contre la méningite A avec le vaccin MenAfriVac a été organisée dans les quatre régions septentrionales du Togo du 28 novembre au 07 décembre 2014. L'approche CTC a été utilisée pour la première fois à une grande échelle pour la campagne de vaccination dans dix districts sanitaires du Togo. L'objectif de cette étude était d'estimer la couverture vaccinale et, de déterminer l'effet de l'utilisation de la Chaîne à Température Contrôlée (CTC) sur ces couvertures vaccinales. Méthodes L'enquête s'est déroulée du 9 au 14 mars 2015, soit environ 3 mois après la fin de la campagne de vaccination dans ces quatre régions. Le sondage en grappe à deux degrés stratifiés selon les régions a été utilisé. Dans 10 districts, le Togo a fait le choix d'utiliser le vaccin MenAfriVac en CTC. Résultats Au total, 2707 ménages ont été enquêtés et 9082 personnes âgées de 1 à 29 ans ont été interviewées. L'âge moyen des personnes enquêtées était de 11,8±7,7 ans et le sex-ratio (H/F) de 1,01. Le nombre moyen de personnes par ménage était de 5,7 et celui des personnes de 1 à 29 ans ciblées par la campagne était de 3,4. Sur les 9082 personnes enquêtées, 8889 (98%) étaient vaccinées. En analyse multivariée, les facteurs associés à la couverture vaccinale avec le MenAfrivac étaient la résidence dans la zone au moment de la campagne (aOR = 4,52 ; 95%IC = [4.07 - 4.97]) et le fait d'être informé de la campagne avant son démarrage (aOR=2,42 ; 95%IC = [2.05 - 2.80]). Par contre, la couverture vaccinale n'était pas différente selon la zone ayant utilisé l'approche CTC ou non (aOR=0,09 ; 95%IC = [-0,27-0,45]). Deux cent sept personnes interrogées (2,3%) ont déclaré avoir eu une Manifestation Adverse Post Immunisation (MAPI) après l'administration du vaccin. Il s'agissait surtout de MAPI mineures à type de fièvre, d'abcès et de gonflement au point d'injection. Conclusion Les r

  20. Systems

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    Anon.

    1980-01-01

    Papers in this session describe the concept of mined geologic disposal system and methods for ensuring that the system, when developed, will meet all technical requirements. Also presented in the session are analyses of system parameters, such as cost and nuclear criticality potential, as well as a technical analysis of a requirement that the system permit retrieval of the waste for some period of time. The final paper discusses studies under way to investigate technical alternatives or complements to the mined geologic disposal system. Titles of the presented papers are: (1) Waste Isolation System; (2) Waste Isolation Economics; (3) BWIP Technical Baseline; (4) Criticality Considerations in Geologic Disposal of High-Level Waste; (5) Retrieving Nuclear Wastes from Repository; (6) NWTS Programs for the Evaluation of Technical Alternatives or Complements to Mined Geologic Repositories - Purpose and Objectives

  1. systems

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    Alexander Leonessa

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available A nonlinear robust control-system design framework predicated on a hierarchical switching controller architecture parameterized over a set of moving nominal system equilibria is developed. Specifically, using equilibria-dependent Lyapunov functions, a hierarchical nonlinear robust control strategy is developed that robustly stabilizes a given nonlinear system over a prescribed range of system uncertainty by robustly stabilizing a collection of nonlinear controlled uncertain subsystems. The robust switching nonlinear controller architecture is designed based on a generalized (lower semicontinuous Lyapunov function obtained by minimizing a potential function over a given switching set induced by the parameterized nominal system equilibria. The proposed framework robustly stabilizes a compact positively invariant set of a given nonlinear uncertain dynamical system with structured parametric uncertainty. Finally, the efficacy of the proposed approach is demonstrated on a jet engine propulsion control problem with uncertain pressure-flow map data.

  2. Analyzing the operation safety of the power grid: towards a more exhaustive approach of the possible futures; Analyser la surete d'exploitation du reseau electrique: vers une approche plus exhaustive des futurs possibles

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    Paul, J.Ph.; Pompee, J. [Reseau de Transport d' Electricite, Dept. Methodes et Appui, 92 - La Defense (France); Testud, G. [Reseau de Transport d' Electricite, Dept. Exploitation du Systeme Electrique, 92 - La Defense (France)

    2004-09-01

    The general trend in Europe is to push the operation of power system towards their limits. The European electricity market, now fully operational, has increased the variability of operation conditions. As a result, the estimation of security level of the system is a more and more difficult task. This estimation needs to investigate a big number of various situations and sometimes to take into account some transient phenomena. NGT and RTE, the English and the French Transmission System Operators, have commonly developed a method and an associated tool, adapted to this type of analysis. In order to extract the important information, which is hidden in a very big volume of results, they use statistical techniques, such as 'data-mining', initially tuned for... marketing studies. This article is followed by a complementary article written by NGT, which present the ASSESS usages at NGT. (author)

  3. Une approche de réingénierie des systèmes d’information basée sur la génération et l’appariement de spécifications de composants

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    Oualid Khayati

    2005-10-01

    Full Text Available The full potential of components based approaches is reached when large components collections are available to programmers and designers. Reusing components improves software productivity and quality by decreasing development costs, bug risks and development time. A good reuse-oriented information system development environment must be composed of an appropriate components repository. UML diagrams are generally used to document the various sights of a component (dynamic, structural, etc.. This paper presents a technique for formal specifications generation using UML class diagrams. Then, we propose a specification matching technique applied in domains like information system re-engineering, and in components retrieval.

  4. Soutien en faveur de l’alimentation saine dans les écoles conformément à l’approche globale de la santé en milieu scolaire : évaluation au cours des premières années de la mise en oeuvre de la Politique de l’Ontario concernant les aliments et les boissons dans les écoles

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    Taryn Orava

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Introduction : Les agences provinciales, nationales et internationales de santé publique reconnaissent l’importance des politiques en matière de nutrition en milieu scolaire, qui contribuent à instaurer des environnements sains respectant les recommandations en matière d’alimentation saine à l’intention des jeunes. Le soutien à l’échelle de l’école d’un mode de vie sain reposant sur les piliers de l’approche globale de la santé en milieu scolaire (milieux social et physique; enseignement et apprentissage; politique de santé en milieu scolaire; partenariats et services a été positivement associé à des améliorations encourageantes des comportements des élèves en matière de santé. Notre étude a utilisé l’approche globale de la santé en milieu scolaire pour classifier, comparer et décrire le soutien à une alimentation saine lors de la mise en oeuvre de la Politique de l’Ontario concernant les aliments et les boissons dans les écoles (N P/P 150. Méthodologie : Nous avons recueilli des données provenant d’écoles élémentaires et secondaires consentantes d’une zone peuplée de l’Ontario à deux reprises, en 2012-2013 (période I et en 2014 (période II. Des représentants des écoles ont rempli l’enquête Planificateur des écoles en santé ainsi qu’un document d’analyse environnementale de l’alimentation, qui ont fait l’objet d’une attribution de scores et d’analyses de contenu. Le soutien de chaque école en faveur d’une alimentation saine a été classé comme relevant de la phase « lancement », « prise de mesures » ou « maintenance » du continuum des écoles en santé pour les deux périodes, et comme étant « élevé/en hausse », « modéré », « faible/en baisse » entre la période I et la période II par rapport aux piliers de l’approche globale de la santé en milieu scolaire. Résultats : Ont pris part à l’enquête 25 représentants scolaires (8 écoles

  5. Smoke filtration in the glass industry. Thomson Videoglass` global approach with closed loop recycling; Fitration des fumees dans l`industrie du verre. L`approche globale avec recyclage en boucle fermee de thomson videoglass

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    Mocek, L. [Thomson Videoglass, 77 - Bagneaux-sur-Loing (France)

    1996-12-31

    Thomson Videoglass, an ISO 9002 certified manufacturer of glass components for Tv sets in France, has introduced a global closed-loop recycling dust filtration system for glass kilns; electrostatic filters and bag filters (for the lead-containing flat glass kiln) have been selected and collected dusts are recycled in the cone glass kiln. Energy savings, operating conditions, investment and operating costs are discussed together with filter corrosion, clogging-up and service life issues and dust extraction performances

  6. Intégration des systèmes à absorption solaire de petites puissances aux bâtiments - approche multifonction solaire : chauffage, ECS et rafraîchissement

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    Jabbour , Noel

    2011-01-01

    The introduction of new low capacity absorption chillers opens new prospects for the multifunction multisource solar systems (MFSSYS) which exploit the full potential of the solar energy for heating, cooling and production of domestic hot water (DHW) purposes. The solar combisystems (SCS), which preceded the MFSSYS, lacked an adapted procedure for the sizing of their main components: the solar collector and the solar thermal storage tank. From the point of view of the energy and investment co...

  7. Approche interactionnelle et didactique invisible – Deux concepts pour la conception et la mise en œuvre de tâches sur le web social The interaction-based approach and invisible didactics – Two concepts for the design and practice of tasks on the social web

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    Christian Ollivier

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Cet article commence par revenir sur ce qu'est la compétence d'action et de communication que nous concevons comme ayant lieu, toutes les deux, sous contrainte relationnelle. Sur cette base est proposée une approche interactionnelle de l'enseignement / apprentissage des langues qui ajoute aux catégories de tâches telles qu'elles sont généralement conçues (notamment par le CECRL des tâches de la vie réelle à réaliser dans des interactions sociales réelles dépassant le cadre de la classe. Nous abordons ensuite le principe de didactique invisible qui a permis de construire les sites du projet Babelweb (Ollivier et al. dans le but de créer des espaces d'interaction de type web social sur lesquels les apprenants peuvent se comporter en "acteurs sociaux" à part entière. La comparaison, croisée avec les résultats de recherches antérieures, du comportement langagier des apprenants sur un blogue de Babelweb et de francophones réalisant une tâche très similaire sur le web social permet de faire émerger les convergences et divergences entre le comportement de ces deux groupes et de faire ressortir les limites, mais aussi les avantages de la didactique invisible.This paper starts by going back to the notions of the actional and communicative competence, both of which we consider to be determined by the relationship between the persons who are involved in the action and/or communication. On this basis, we define an interaction-based approach of language learning/teaching that, in addition to the usual kinds of tasks integrates real-life tasks, which learners accomplish within the framework of real social interactions outside the classroom. Then, we introduce the principle of invisible didactics used to design the websites of the Babelweb project (Ollivier et al. and which allows us to create virtual interaction spaces that resemble other social media on which learners can act as real “social agents”. The comparison, cross

  8. Approach of combined cancer gene therapy and radiation: response of promoters to ionizing radiation; Approche de therapie genique anti-cancereuse combinee a l'irradiation: etude de la reponse de promoteurs aux radiations ionisantes

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    Anstett, A

    2005-09-15

    Gene therapy is an emerging cancer treatment modality. We are interested in developing a radiation-inducible gene therapy system to sensitize the tumor vasculature to the effects of ionizing radiation (IR) treatment. An expression system based on irradiation-inducible promoters will drive the expression of anti-tumor genes in the tumor vasculature. Solid tumors are dependent on angio genesis, a process in which new blood vessels are formed from the pre-existing vasculature. Vascular endothelial cells are un transformed and genetically stable, thus avoiding the problem of resistance to the treatments. Vascular endothelial cells may therefore represent a suitable target for this therapeutic gene therapy strategy.The identification of IR-inducible promoters native to endothelial cells was performed by gene expression profiling using cDNA micro array technology. We describe the genes modified by clinically relevant doses of IR. The extension to high doses aimed at studying the effects of total radiation delivery to the tumor. The radio-inductiveness of the genes selected for promoter study was confirmed by RT-PCR. Analysis of the activity of promoters in response to IR was also assessed in a reporter plasmid. We found that authentic promoters cloned onto a plasmid are not suitable for cancer gene therapy due to their low induction after IR. In contrast, synthetic promoters containing repeated sequence-specific binding sites for IR-activated transcription factors such as NF-{kappa}B are potential candidates for gene therapy. The activity of five tandemly repeated TGGGGACTTTCCGC elements for NF-{kappa}B binding in a luciferase reporter was increased in a dose-dependent manner. Interestingly, the response to fractionated low doses was improved in comparison to the total single dose. Thus, we put present evidence that a synthetic promoter for NF-{kappa}B specific binding may have application in the radio-therapeutic treatment of cancer. (author)

  9. Approach of combined cancer gene therapy and radiation: response of promoters to ionizing radiation; Approche de therapie genique anti-cancereuse combinee a l'irradiation: etude de la reponse de promoteurs aux radiations ionisantes

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    Anstett, A

    2005-09-15

    Gene therapy is an emerging cancer treatment modality. We are interested in developing a radiation-inducible gene therapy system to sensitize the tumor vasculature to the effects of ionizing radiation (IR) treatment. An expression system based on irradiation-inducible promoters will drive the expression of anti-tumor genes in the tumor vasculature. Solid tumors are dependent on angio genesis, a process in which new blood vessels are formed from the pre-existing vasculature. Vascular endothelial cells are un transformed and genetically stable, thus avoiding the problem of resistance to the treatments. Vascular endothelial cells may therefore represent a suitable target for this therapeutic gene therapy strategy.The identification of IR-inducible promoters native to endothelial cells was performed by gene expression profiling using cDNA micro array technology. We describe the genes modified by clinically relevant doses of IR. The extension to high doses aimed at studying the effects of total radiation delivery to the tumor. The radio-inductiveness of the genes selected for promoter study was confirmed by RT-PCR. Analysis of the activity of promoters in response to IR was also assessed in a reporter plasmid. We found that authentic promoters cloned onto a plasmid are not suitable for cancer gene therapy due to their low induction after IR. In contrast, synthetic promoters containing repeated sequence-specific binding sites for IR-activated transcription factors such as NF-{kappa}B are potential candidates for gene therapy. The activity of five tandemly repeated TGGGGACTTTCCGC elements for NF-{kappa}B binding in a luciferase reporter was increased in a dose-dependent manner. Interestingly, the response to fractionated low doses was improved in comparison to the total single dose. Thus, we put present evidence that a synthetic promoter for NF-{kappa}B specific binding may have application in the radio-therapeutic treatment of cancer. (author)

  10. Study of stochastic approaches of the n-bodies problem: application to the nuclear fragmentation; Etude des approches stochastiques du probleme a N corps: application a la multifragmentation nucleaire

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    Guarnera, A.

    1996-07-09

    In the last decade nuclear physics research has found, with the observation of phenomena such as multifragmentation or vaporization, the possibility to get a deeper insight into the nuclear matter phase diagram. For example, a spinodal decomposition scenario has been proposed to explain the multifragmentation: because of the initial compression, the system may enter a region, the spinodal zone, in which the nuclear matter is no longer stable, and so any fluctuation leads to the formation of fragments. This thesis deals with spinodal decomposition within the theoretical framework of stochastic mean filed approaches, in which the one-body density function may experience a stochastic evolution. We have shown that these approaches are able to describe phenomena, such as first order phase transitions, in which fluctuations and many-body correlations plan an important role. In the framework of stochastic mean-filed approaches we have shown that the fragment production by spinodal decomposition is characterized by typical time scales of the order of 100 fm/c and by typical size scales around the Neon mass. We have also shown that these features are robust and that they are not affected significantly by a possible expansion of the system or by the finite size of nuclei. We have proposed as a signature of the spinodal decomposition some typical partition of the largest fragments. The study and the comparison with experimental data, performed for the reactions Xe + Cu at 45 MeV/A and Xe + Sn at 50 MeV/A, have shown a remarkable agreement. Moreover we would like to stress that the theory does not contain any adjustable parameter. These results seem to give a strong indication of the possibility to observe a spinodal decomposition of nuclei. (author).

  11. Experimental approach and micro-mechanical modeling of the creep behavior of irradiated zirconium alloys; Approche experimentale et modelisation micromecanique du comportement en fluage des alliages de zircomium irradies

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    Ribis, J

    2007-12-15

    The fuel rod cladding, strongly affected by microstructural changes due to irradiation such as high density of dislocation loops, is strained by the end-of-life fuel rod internal pressure and the potential release of fission gases and helium during dry storage. Within the temperature range that is expected during dry interim storage, cladding undergoes long term creep under over-pressure. So, in order to have a predictive approach of the behavior of zirconium alloys cladding in dry storage conditions it is essential to take into account: initial dislocation loops, thermal annealing of loops and creep straining due to over pressure. Specific experiments and modelling for irradiated samples have been developed to improve our knowledge in that field. A Zr-1%Nb-O alloy was studied using fine microstructural investigations and mechanical testing. The observations conducted by transmission electron microscopy show that the high density of loops disappears during a heat treatment. The loop size becomes higher and higher while their density falls. The microhardness tests reveal that the fall of loop density leads to the softening of the irradiated material. During a creep test, both temperature and applied stress are responsible of the disappearance of loops. The loops could be swept by the activation of the basal slip system while the prism slip system is inhibited. Once deprived of loops, the creep properties of the irradiated materials are closed to the non irradiated state, a result whose consequence is a sudden acceleration of the creep rate. Finally, a micro-mechanical modeling based on microscopic deformation mechanisms taking into account experimental dislocation loop analyses and creep test, was used for a predictive approach by constructing a deformation mechanism map of the creep behavior of the irradiated material. (author)

  12. Analysis of the energy efficiency of the transport system in Algeria; Analyse de l'efficacite energetique du systeme de transport en Algerie

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    Hamdani, Sid Ahmed

    2010-09-15

    The objective of this communication is analyze the energy efficiency of the transport system in Algeria and to show the areas of possible rationalization in this sector. Our approach is to analyze the existing configuration of the sector and its impact on energy consumption, by developing a sectional model Bottom Up, where the transport park has been modified by the means used. We have shown that the potential to improve the transport system energy efficiency is important and have recommended some options aimed at the sector organisation and aimed at increasing the relative part of transport systems to make it more energy efficient. [French] L'objectif de cette communication est d'analyser l'efficacite energetique du systeme de transport algerien et de montrer les gisements de rationalisation possibles dans ce secteur. Notre approche consiste a analyser la configuration existante du secteur et son impact sur la consommation d'energie, en elaborant un modele sectoriel Bottom Up, ou le parc de transport a ete desagrege par moyen utilise. Nous avons montre que le potentiel d'amelioration de la performance energetique du systeme de transport est important et avons recommande quelques options ciblant l'organisation du secteur et visant a augmenter la part relative de moyens de transport plus efficace energetiquement.

  13. Electron cyclotron waves transmission: new approach for the characterization of electron distribution functions in Tokamak hot plasmas; La transmission d`ondes cyclotroniques electroniques: une approche nouvelle pour caracteriser les fonctions de distribution electronique des plasmas chauds de Tokamak

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    Michelot, Y

    1995-10-01

    Fast electrons are one of the basic ingredients of plasma operations in many existing thermonuclear fusion research devices. However, the understanding of fast electrons dynamics during creation and sustainment of the superthermal electrons tail is far for being satisfactory. For this reason, the Electron Cyclotron Transmission (ECT) diagnostic was implemented on Tore Supra tokamak. It consists on a microwave transmission system installed on a vertical chord crossing the plasma center and working in the frequency range 77-109 GHz. Variations of the wave amplitude during the propagation across the plasma may be due to refraction and resonant absorption. For the ECT, the most common manifestation of refraction is a reduction of the received power density with respect to the signal detected in vacuum, due to the spreading and deflection of the wave beam. Wave absorption is observed in the vicinity of the electron cyclotron harmonics and may be due both to thermal plasma and to superthermal electron tails. It has a characteristic frequency dependence due to the relativistic mass variation in the wave-electron resonance condition. This thesis presents the first measurements of: the extraordinary mode optical depth at the third harmonics, the electron temperature from the width of a cyclotron absorption line and the relaxation times of the electron distribution during lower hybrid current drive from the ordinary mode spectral superthermal absorption line at the first harmonic. (J.S.). 175 refs., 110 figs., 9 tabs., 3 annexes.

  14. SYSTEM

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    K. Swarnalatha

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Risk analysis of urban aquatic systems due to heavy metals turns significant due to their peculiar properties viz. persis tence, non-degradab ility, toxicity, and accumulation. Akkulam Veli (AV, an urba n tropical lake in south India is subjected to various environmental stresses due to multiple waste discharge, sand mining, developmental activities, tour ism related activitie s etc. Hence, a comprehensive approach is adopted for risk assessment using modified degree of contamination factor, toxicity units based on numerical sediment quality guidelines (SQGs, and potentialecological risk indices. The study revealed the presence of toxic metals such as Cr, C d, Pb and As and the lake is rated under ‘low ecological risk’ category.

  15. The organization of the automotive industry in an international context: a cost functions frontiers approach; L'organisation de la production automobile dans un contexte international: une approche par les fonctions frontieres de cout

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    Pompeigne, J

    2003-07-15

    The international automotive industry is under pinned by a dual recurrent movement of concentration and internationalization of the production. Its recent scale was the consequence of a set of strategies developed by the major auto-makers to cope with two exogenous phenomenon affecting the automotive industry. On one hand, we are talking about the saturation of the traditional automotive markets (North America, Western Europe and Japan). On the other hand, the increasing severity of the major regulations concerning the industry, notably the ones about environmental protection, is involved. The first part of the dissertation is first devoted to underline these two exogenous phenomenon, then the major strategies adopted by the auto-makers to face them are defined. Finally, the analysis turns on the resulting increase of the concentration and of the internationalization of the production. We focus on this last point and on the problem of international location of industrial activities faced by the auto-makers because of it. The second part is about providing an empirical framework to help solving these problems through parametric stochastic cost production frontiers and cost-efficiency levels. For this purpose, the analytical foundations of both of these notions are introduced, then several empirical estimation methods of a cost frontier are exposed. Finally, these methods are used to treat two real examples illustrating some of the problems about the international location of the productive activities of a major auto-maker. The point for him is to choose the most favorable configuration of its industrial system, by comparing the competing solutions through their respective cost-efficiency levels. The benefit of using additional data analysis methods to draw these comparisons is shown. (author)

  16. Welborix, a Novel Approach Towards User-Interface Technology in Well-Performance Simulation WELBORIX, une approche originale de l'interface utilisateur en simulation de tests de puits

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    Overboom G. R.

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Shell Research has developed an integrated well-performance simulation tool that is widely used throughout the Shell Group. However, users do not fully appreciate its advanced functionality because of the cumbersome way in which relevant input data have to be composed. To alleviate this hindrance, the WELBORIX project was initiated, the aim of which was to build an adaptive human-computer interface for an existing wellbore simulator. The main aim of the research demonstrator WELBORIX, however, was to identify general requirements for a system designed to simplify a complex interaction between human and computer. When an experienced user of the simulator models a problem, he or she draws on an extensive body of knowledge. Applying knowledge-engineering techniques, the WELBORIX interface helps a less experienced user to work with the simulator by dealing with the complexity of the input. The compositon of a valid set of input parameters is described in a knowledge base, and the process of the human-computer interaction is controlled by an inference engine that is based on backward chaining. Moreover, facts derived during the computer's reasoning process determine the composition of the output and the sequence in which it is presented to the user. A special mechanism has been designed to obtain any needed factual information that cannot be derived from rules; it consists of a transparent layer connecting the missing facts with user-interface components. The adaptative human-computer interface of WELBORIX enables occasional users to interact with the wellbore simulator in a natural way, calling objects by their common name. The experienced user, on the other hand, does not have to sacrifice any of the system's flexibility; he or she is free to take short cuts. The user controls a session through a direct-manipulation, graphic user interface, which offers combined text and graphics, context-dependent help and multiple representations of data. Object

  17. State of knowledge on the water radiolysis in cemented wasteforms and its approach by simulation; Etat des connaissances sur la radiolyse de l'eau dans les colis de dechets cimentes et son approche par simulation

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    Bouniol, P

    2004-07-01

    The decomposition of water under radiation within the cementitious matrix is at the origin of a potential source of harmful effects in the wasteform and their environment (pressurization and emanation of di-hydrogen) which can have an impact on the safety. In the aim of a better evaluation of the 'H{sub 2}' risk induced by such a complex and heterogeneous system, this document is an analysis of the elements necessary for a global understanding of the radiolysis in the cemented wasteform to be achieved: - summary of the basic knowledge on water radiolysis with transposition to the cementitious medium, - critical review of the various phenomenologies at work in a wasteform (radioactive source-term, gas transport, mineral equilibria); description of their mutual couplings and of their feedback on radiolytic chemistry; identification of the determining parameters, - presentation of a selection of experimental facts putting in light some theoretical points, - presentation of an outline of operational model deriving from the global vision; presentation of an adapted tool for simulation (CHEMSIMUL) and study of the influence of the principal parameters, starting from a reference case. The main result of this work is that it is shown, in the case of a {beta}{gamma} source term, that the control of the pore fluid composition by calcium octo-hydrate peroxide constitutes an efficient regulating mechanism for the radiolysis and H{sub 2} production. Not likely possible in the case of an {alpha} source term, this suggests a separate management of the wasteform according to their radiological contents. The gaps and limits of the model which are also evoked are promising of a lot of research prospects, primarily of a fundamental nature (impact of the porous medium). (author)

  18. The organization of the automotive industry in an international context: a cost functions frontiers approach; L'organisation de la production automobile dans un contexte international: une approche par les fonctions frontieres de cout

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    Pompeigne, J

    2003-07-15

    The international automotive industry is under pinned by a dual recurrent movement of concentration and internationalization of the production. Its recent scale was the consequence of a set of strategies developed by the major auto-makers to cope with two exogenous phenomenon affecting the automotive industry. On one hand, we are talking about the saturation of the traditional automotive markets (North America, Western Europe and Japan). On the other hand, the increasing severity of the major regulations concerning the industry, notably the ones about environmental protection, is involved. The first part of the dissertation is first devoted to underline these two exogenous phenomenon, then the major strategies adopted by the auto-makers to face them are defined. Finally, the analysis turns on the resulting increase of the concentration and of the internationalization of the production. We focus on this last point and on the problem of international location of industrial activities faced by the auto-makers because of it. The second part is about providing an empirical framework to help solving these problems through parametric stochastic cost production frontiers and cost-efficiency levels. For this purpose, the analytical foundations of both of these notions are introduced, then several empirical estimation methods of a cost frontier are exposed. Finally, these methods are used to treat two real examples illustrating some of the problems about the international location of the productive activities of a major auto-maker. The point for him is to choose the most favorable configuration of its industrial system, by comparing the competing solutions through their respective cost-efficiency levels. The benefit of using additional data analysis methods to draw these comparisons is shown. (author)

  19. Modelling and numerical simulation of two-phase flows using the two-fluid two-pressure approach; Modelisation et simulation numerique des ecoulements diphasiques par une approche bifluide a deux pressions

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    Guillemaud, V

    2007-03-15

    This thesis is devoted to the modelling and numerical simulation of liquid-vapor flows. In order to describe these phase transition flows, a two-fluid two-pressure approach is considered. This description of the liquid-vapor mixing is associated to the seven-equation model introduced by Baer and Nunziato. This work investigates the properties of this model in order to simulate the phase transition flows occurring in nuclear engineering. First, a theoretical thermodynamic framework is constructed to describe the liquid-vapor mixing. Provided with this framework, various modelling choices are suggested for the interaction terms between the phases. These closure laws comply with an entropy inequality. The mathematical properties of this model are thereafter examined. The convective part is associated to a nonconservative hyperbolic system. First, we focus on the definition of its weak solutions. Several flow regimes for the two-phase mixing derive from this analysis. Such regimes for the two-phase flows are analogous to the torrential and fluvial regimes for the shallow-water equations. Furthermore, we establish the linear and nonlinear stabilities of the liquid-vapor equilibrium. Finally, the implementation of a turbulence model and the introduction of a reconstruction process for the interfacial area are investigated in order to refine the description of the interfacial transfers. Using a fractional step approach, a Finite Volume method is at last constructed to simulate this model. First, various nonconservative adaptations of standard Riemann solvers are developed to approach the convective part. Unlike the classic nonconservative framework, these schemes converge towards the same solution. Furthermore, a new relaxation scheme is proposed to approach the interfacial transfers. Provided with these schemes, the whole numerical method preserves the liquid-vapor equilibria. Using this numerical method, a careful comparison between the one- and two-pressure two

  20. Approches sur l’historiographie du genre à Byzance

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    Georges Sidéris

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Les études de genre occupent une place importante dans les études byzantines. Le rôle des femmes, des eunuques, des hommes en tant que mâles, mais aussi de la domination masculine dans la société byzantine est maintenant bien reconnu. Ces études reflètent la diversité et la spécificité de la société byzantine.Gender Studies hold an important place in Byzantine Studies. Roles of women and eunuchs as well as masculinity and male domination in the Byzantine society are now well recognized. Gender studies in Byzantium do reflect the diversity and the specificity of this society.

  1. Approches sur l’historiographie du genre à Byzance

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    Georges Sidéris

    2008-01-01

    Les études de genre occupent une place importante dans les études byzantines. Le rôle des femmes, des eunuques, des hommes en tant que mâles, mais aussi de la domination masculine dans la société byzantine est maintenant bien reconnu. Ces études reflètent la diversité et la spécificité de la société byzantine.Gender Studies hold an important place in Byzantine Studies. Roles of women and eunuchs as well as masculinity and male domination in the Byzantine society are now well recognized. Gende...

  2. Nouvelle approche à la prise en charge des condylomes

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    Lopaschuk, Catharine C.

    2013-01-01

    Résumé Objectif Faire le résumé des anciens et des nouveaux moyens de traitement des verrues génitales ou condylomes et déterminer comment les utiliser de manière appropriée. Sources des données Une recherche documentaire a été effectuée dans les bases de données suivantes: MEDLINE, PubMed, EMBASE, base de données des synthèses systématiques et registre central des études contrôlées de la Collaboration Cochrane (en anglais), ACP Journal Club et Trip. Les bibliographies des articles extraits ont aussi été examinées. Les études cliniques, les articles de révision qualitative, les rapports consensuels et les guides de pratique clinique ont été retenus. Message principal Les verrues symptomatiques sont présentes chez au moins 1 % des personnes âgées entre 15 et 49 ans et on estime que jusqu’à 50 % des gens sont infectés par le virus du papillome humain à un moment donné de leur vie. L’imiquimod et la podophyllotoxine sont 2 nouveaux traitements pour les verrues génitales externes qui sont moins douloureux et peuvent être appliqués par les patients à la maison. De plus, il a été démontré que le vaccin quadrivalent contre le virus du papillome humain est efficace pour prévenir les condylomes et le cancer du col. Les plus anciennes méthodes thérapeutiques ont aussi leur place dans certaines situations, comme les verrues intravaginales, urétrales, anales ou récalcitrantes ou encore pour les patientes enceintes. Conclusion Les nouveaux traitements des verrues génitales externes peuvent réduire la douleur causée par la thérapie et le nombre de visites au cabinet. Les autres méthodes thérapeutiques demeurent utiles dans certaines situations.

  3. champ ecole paysan, une approche participative pour l'amelioration

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    Stroosnijder.1995. Choix et modalités d'exécution des mesures de conservation de l'eau et des sols au Sahel. Department of Agronomy, Wageningen Agricultural Uni- versity (WAU), PO Box 341, 6700 AH Wa- geningen, The Netherlands, 94 p. Khosa T.B., Van Averbek W., Böhringer R. et E. Albertse. 2002. Enriching the ...

  4. Approche SIG pour une analyse spatiale des infrastructures ...

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    31 janv. 2014 ... SIG jouent un rôle primordial dans l'implantation, le suivi et la gestion des infrastructures hydrauliques. L'utilisation de ces outils peut atténuer les difficultés d'approvisionnement en eau. Mots clés : SIG, distribution spatiale, infrastructure hydraulique, Zè, Bénin. ... accès à un dispositif d'assainissement de.

  5. Les approches multisectorielles pour prévenir les grossesses ...

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    Ce projet vise à générer, à travers une recherche opérationnelle, des connaissances sur le phénomène des grossesses précoces et de développer des stratégies multisectorielles, centrées sur les adolescents et prenant en compte les acteurs du système de l'éducation, de la santé, du milieu judiciaire et des communautés.

  6. Pour une approche scientifique de certaines représentetions

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    José Luis Guijarro Morales

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Nous proposons une nouvelle perspective sur des questions jamais résolues en les considérant comme des représentations mentales qui peuvent être traitées matériellement et donc causalement (c'est-à-dire, scientifiquement.

  7. Définition et classification : approche juridique

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    2015-01-01

    L’observation des organisations internationales fait apparaître un certain nombre de problèmes juridiques liés à leur existence et à leur fonctionnement : droit applicable, personnalité juridique et capacité, compétence et pouvoirs de leurs organes, valeur juridique de leurs actes, régularité de leurs décisions, responsabilité, etc. On peut même parler, à ce propos, d’une branche spéciale du droit international public : le droit des organisations internationales. Le droit a donc certainement ...

  8. La quantification en Kabiye: une approche linguistique | Pali ...

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    ... which is denoted by lexical quantifiers. Quantification with specific reference is provided by different types of linguistic units (nouns, numerals, adjectives, adverbs, ideophones and verbs) in arguments/noun phrases and in the predicative phrase in the sense of Chomsky. Keywords: quantification, class, number, reference, ...

  9. Professional cooking: new approaches; Restauration professionnelle: nouvelles approches

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    2004-07-01

    Cegibat, the information-recommendation agency of Gaz de France for building engineering professionals, has organized this conference meeting on professional cooking to present the existing gas solutions to manage together the space heating, the air conditioning, the refrigeration and the cooking: evolution of markets with new consumer habits, natural gas technologies and innovations, architecture of cooking rooms: esthetics and functionality, opening of energy markets and new gas supplying contracts. (J.S.)

  10. approche algorithme génétique

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    Structure / acentric factor relationship of alcohols and phenols: genetic ... descriptors of geometrical type selected by genetic algorithm, among more than 1600 ..... Practical handbook of genetic algorithms: Applications Volume I; CRC Press.

  11. Stress au travail chez les enseignants: approches diagnostique et ...

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    Position du problème: déterminer la prévalence et identifier les facteurs déterminants du stress professionnel chez les enseignants de l'école primaire publique au Togo. Méthodes: Il s'agit d'une étude transversale menée sur cinq mois, de décembre 2011 à avril 2012, dans la commune de Lomé et la préfecture du Golfe, ...

  12. Approche Kaluza-Klein et Supersymetrie de Jauge

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    Pare, Jean-Pierre

    This thesis presents a non-Abelian gauge-supersymmetric Kaluza-Klein approach for charged spinning particles and strings in a background of gravitational and Yang-Mills fields. In the classical Kaluza-Klein approach, the basic mathematical structure is a principal bundle of which the base manifold is space-time. This principal bundle is endowed with a pseudo-Riemannian metric, invariant under the action of the structural group of the bundle, and a connection. Geodesic equations on the bundle lead to the Maxwell-Lorentz equation for curved space-time and Yang -Mills fields, and to a conservation law of a non-Abelian (bosonic) charge. This conservation law originates from the invariance of the free-particle action on the bundle under the action of the structural group of the bundle (gauge group). Firstly, we generalize this approach for a spinning particle. The spin of the particle is described by Grassmannian variables added to the principal bundle. This supersymmetrization gives rise, in addition to the bosonic non-Abelian charge, a fermionic one. This leads to a search for a supergroup action on the superprincipal bundle which leaves invariant the action of the spinning particle. The invariance of this action would lead to the conservation of a non-Abelian super-charge, generalizing the conservation law obtained for particles without spin. We present Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations, both invariant under a super -group action. The equations of motion are derived and discussed. Different terms in these equations are well known in the literature. The invariance of these formulations under a supergroup action leads to a conservation law of a non-Abelian supercharge. The bosonic part of this supercharge corresponds to the non-Abelian (bosonic) charge obtained for a particle without spin. The fermionic part is a non -physical charge. It turns out in the supersymmetric case that this decouples from all other dynamical variables, and hence it does not influence trajectories of spinning particles. It is interesting to mention how this gauge -supersymmetry is introduced in the dynamics. It arises by choosing the unique metric connection on the principal bundle with torsion given by the Chern-Simons 3-form. We then proceed to extend these formulations for spinning strings. We present Lagrangian and Hamiltonian gauge-supersymmetric formulations in a superloop space setting. The same connection corresponding to the Chern -Simons 3-form is used here. Equations of motion are derived and discussed. In the appendix, we discuss the effect of using this connection in a non-Abelian Kaluza-Klein field theory. Using the same connection, we present a non-Abelian Kaluza-Klein approach leading to a zero cosmological constant.

  13. Deux approches du risque d'inondation en France

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    Bruno LEDOUX

    1994-12-01

    Full Text Available En France, les sources d’informations centralisées sur les risques naturels sont rares. Pourtant, une politique de prévention engagée par l’État nécessite de disposer d’une information à l’échelle nationale, d’évaluer les enjeux et de mobiliser les acteurs. Deux sources d’informations sont décrites et exploitées, qui permettent, par une représentation cartographique nationale, d’amorcer analyses et débats.

  14. Nouvelles approches ergonomiques de la cartographie des risques industriels

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    Éliane Propeck-Zimmermann

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Les cartes actuelles présentent des insuffisances pour une gestion territoriale des risques industriels. En redéfinissant le concept de «situation à risques» et en l'implémentant dans un SIG, on peut disposer à la demande d'informations riches et variées: cartes analytiques, de synthèse, typologies, requêtes spatiales diverses. Les recherches en cours visent à développer une interface ergonomique pour faciliter la concertation entre différents acteurs.

  15. Épuisement professionnel approches innovantes et pluridisciplinaires

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    Zawieja, Philippe

    2013-01-01

    L’épuisement professionnel, ou burn out, est généralement défini comme un syndrome associant un état d’épuisement physique et psychique intense, un ensemble d’attitudes relevant du cynisme et de la déshumanisation, et un effondrement du sentiment d’efficacité personnelle. Il concernerait de 5 à 10 % des travailleurs et, dans certaines professions, jusqu’à 40 % des effectifs. Dans les cas les plus graves, il peut conduire à la dépression, voire à la tentative de suicide. Si elle est particulièrement abondante, la littérature à laquelle il donne lieu repose toutefois sur un nombre finalement assez restreint de travaux théoriques considérés comme classiques. C’est pourquoi cet ouvrage, rédigé par de jeunes chercheurs en psychologie, en sociologie ou en sciences de gestion, entend ouvrir quelques pistes théoriques ou pratiques. Il s’intéresse à des professions aussi diverses que les travailleurs sociaux, les aides-soignants, les chefs d’entreprise, les entrepreneurs de trav...

  16. L’approche sociopsychologique de Horkheimer, entre Fromm et Adorno

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    Katia Genel

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available Le cadre du programme interdisciplinaire de recherche défini par Max Horkheimer dans les années 1930 doit beaucoup à Erich Fromm, qui a introduit la psychologie sociale dans la Théorie critique de la société. Or, une décennie plus tard, Fromm est la cible privilégiée des attaques et sa théorie apparaît désormais comme incompatible avec les positions défendues par Horkheimer et Adorno. Partant de ces tensions qui ont marqué l’histoire de l’École de Francfort, le présent article vise à éclaircir le déplacement qu’elles traduisent sur le plan épistémologique. Si Horkheimer et Fromm partagent des prémisses communes, le premier, dans son travail avec Adorno, se rapproche de manière croissante de la doctrine freudienne alors que le second s’en éloigne. Nous voudrions montrer que l’accord entre Fromm et Horkheimer fut surtout négatif puisqu’il portait sur la critique de Freud : les divergences entre les deux penseurs apparaissent clairement, dès lors qu’on pose en profondeur la question de l’usage de la psychanalyse pour analyser l’un des problèmes centraux de la théorie de la société, l’antagonisme entre individu et société.

  17. Collaboration for Land, Air, Sea, and Space Vehicles: Developing the Common Ground in Vehicle Dynamics, System Identification, Control, and Handling Qualities (La collaboration dans le domaine des vehicules terrestres, aeriens, maritimes et spatiaux: L’etablissement d’une approche commune de la dynamique des vehicules, l’identification des systemes, et les qualite’s de controle et de pilotage)

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    Sailplanes and X-Rudders, and Type 214 (right) with 79 Bowplanes and a Cruciform Tail Arrangement Figure 4.15 Theseus UUV 80 Figure 4.16 Some...for mine countermeasures and other purposes. A notable example was the 180 km out and back mission performed in 1996 by the cable-laying UUV Theseus ...predetermined response table. 80 Figure 4.15 - Theseus UUV Although autonomous UUVs are finding increasing application, Remotely Operated

  18. Safety approach and research and development presentation for the selected systems of the International forum Generation IV; Elements de l'approche de surete et themes de R et D specifiques pour les systemes selectionnes par le Forum International Generation 4

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    2003-07-01

    This paper deals with the six projects of the Generation IV forum: Sodium Fast reactor, lead fast reactor, gas fast reactor, very high temperature reactor, supercritical water reactor, molten salt reactor. The technical objectives of the reactor safety and the design/evaluation approach are discussed. (A.L.B.)

  19. Overview and Computational Approach for Studying the Physicochemical Characterization of High-Boiling-Point Petroleum Fractions (350°C+ Approche informatique pour l’étude des propriétés physico-chimiques de fraction pétrolière lourde (350°C+

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    2012-06-01

    différents éléments. Ce travail présente une approche informatique qui peut être utilisée pour l’évaluation et l’estimation des propriétés des fractions pétrolières lourdes. La fraction pétrolière est divisée en un nombre arbitraire de pseudo-composants. Des cas d’étude ont été illustrés pour trois résidus lourds, issus d’un nombre égal de pétroles bruts “X, Y et Z”. La procédure nécessite en entrée le point d’ébullition, la courbe de distillation et la densité volumique de l’ensemble de la fraction lourde. Les méthodes existantes, issues des corrélations disponibles dans la littérature et des standards industriels, ont été principalement employées pour estimer les propriétés basiques (le point d’ébullition normal, la densité et facteur de caractérisation de Watson, les propriétés thermodynamiques (masse molaire et propriétés critiques et les propriétés thermophysiques (viscosité cinématique, conductivité thermique, capacité calorifique et pression de vapeur saturante. La méthode développée s’est montrée être un outil efficace pour calculer les propriétés des fractions pétrolières avec précision, quand les informations de départ sont disponibles. La prédiction des propriétés montre de bonnes correspondances avec les résultats obtenus auparavant dans les laboratoires de recherche LDPS/LOPCA de l’UNICAMP, avec un écart global absolu inférieur à 10 %.

  20. Impact of Fractures on CO2 Storage Monitoring: Keys for an Integrated Approach Impact de la présence de fractures pour le monitoring des stockages de CO2 : éléments pour une approche intégrée

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    2012-04-01

    milieu non modifié, présentant le même réseau de fractures et la même porosité. Cette valeur relative d’anisotropie peut être correctement interprétée en termes de substitution fluide, à condition d’avoir des contraintes sur la valeur de quelques paramètres impliqués dans la valeur de l’anisotropie des ondes P, comme par exemple la porosité et la souplesse de fractures adimensionnelle. Ainsi, une approche intégrée, multidisciplinaire est nécessaire pour contraindre la valeur de ces paramètres. Par exemple, des informations géologiques provenant des puits et des affleurements peuvent donner une limite supérieure quant à la détermination de la densité de fractures attendue en profondeur. De plus, la mécanique des roches permet de comprendre l’état de fracturation en profondeur pour identifier les fractures prédominantes par rapport à l’interprétation de l’anisotropie sismique en termes de substitution fluide dans un réseau de fractures.

  1. L’aggressività della coppia criminale: la strage di Erba analizzata nell’ottica della coscienza intersoggettiva di D. Stern/L'agressivité des couples criminels : le massacre de Erba analysé par l'approche de la conscience intersubjective de Daniel Stern/The agressiveness of the criminal couples: the analysed massacre of Erba using the approach of the intersubjective conscience of Daniel Stern

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    Pasquale Caponnetto

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available La coppia criminale è un fenomeno poco comune nell'ambito dei delitti in quanto la maggior parte dei criminali commette il crimine da solo o coinvolge altri individui solo per caso. Ciò nonostante, la letteratura rivela una serie di coppie criminali che hanno commesso diversi crimini, fino ad arrivare all’omicidio. Alcuni hanno ucciso per denaro, altri per odio, altri ancora per amore, per vendetta, per perversione. Bonnie e Clyde, Olindo e Rosa, Erika e Omar sono espressione di un viaggio nel fenomeno del “crimine di coppia” in cui manifestazioni di follia a due, al di là dell’infatuazione reciproca e della dipendenza psicologica, si svuotano di qualsiasi accezione romantica per concretizzarsi in qualcosa di spaventoso e incontenibile, capace di sfuggire ad ogni tipo di catalogazione e comprensione. Nel presente lavoro, in particolare, si andrà ad analizzare la coppia criminale degli autori della strage di Erba, che verrà esaminata nell’ottica della coscienza intersoggettiva di Stern. Le couple criminel est un phénomène rare puisque la majorité des crimes sont commis par des criminels seuls ou ce n’est que par hasard qu’ils impliquent d’autres personnes. Toutefois, la littérature parle d’une série de couples criminels qui ont commis des différents types de crimes (homicide inclus. Certains d’entre eux tuent pour de l’argent, certains autres à cause de la haine, de l’amour, de la revanche ou de la perversion. Bonnie et Clyde, Olindo et Rosa, Erika et Omar constituent des exemples du phénomène du « crime en couple ». Ce sont des situations de folie à deux qui n’ont aucune acception romantique et qui se traduisent en quelque chose d’horrifiant et d’incontrôlé. Dans cet article, les auteurs vont analyser le couple criminel composé par les responsables du massacre de Erba (Italie du Nord. L’objectif est d’examiner ce couple en utilisant l’approche de la conscience intersubjective de Daniel

  2. Development of a software for a multi-processor system aimed at the on-line control of nuclear physics experiments; Developpement de logiciel pour un systeme multiprocesseur destine au controle en ligne d'experiences de physique nucleaire

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    Poggioli, Jean Renaud

    1984-03-02

    This research thesis reports the development of a software for an acquisition computer aimed at the on-line control of nuclear physics experiments. An original architecture, based on the assignment of a processor to each fundamental task, enables the implementation of a high performance system. In order to make the user free of programming constraints, the author developed a software for dynamic generation of acquisition and processing codes. These codes are created from a data base which is programmed by the user by using a language close to the physical reality. Procedures of interactive control of the experiment are thus simplified by displaying function menus on the operator terminal. The author evokes possible hardware improvements and possible extensions of the system [French] Cette these rend compte du developpement logiciel realise pour un calculateur d'acquisition destine au controle en ligne d'experiences de Physique Nucleaire. Une architecture originale, basee sur l'attribution d'un processeur a chacune des taches fondamentales permet de facon simple la mise en oeuvre d'un systeme a hautes performances. Le souci de liberer l'utilisateur des contraintes de programmation a conduit a l'elaboration d'un logiciel de generation dynamique des codes acquisition et traitement; ces derniers sont crees a partir d'une base de donnees que l'experimentateur programme a l'aide d'un langage approchant la realite physique. Les procedures de controle interactif de l'experience se trouvent simplifiees par l'affichage de menus de fonctions sur la console operateur. En conclusion sont evoquees les ameliorations materielles et les extensions possibles du systeme. (auteur)

  3. Prognosis, prospecting and development of gas fields in the far north of Siberia - as a single methodological approach to an optimal development of the territorial resources; Prevision, prospection et developpement des champs de gaz naturel du grand nord Siberien - approche methodologique unique pour un developpement optimal des ressources du territoire

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    Remizov, V.V.; Dmitrievsky, A.N.; Ermilov, O.M.; Neelov, Y.V.; Chugunov, L.S.; Gurari, F.G.; Goldin, S.V.; Karagodin, Y.N. [OJSC Gaprom, Russian Academy of Sciences (Russian Federation)

    2000-07-01

    This presentation realizes a systems approach to the study of the oil and gas complex of the Far North of Siberia as a single sophisticated system starting from prognosis and prospecting of fields to their development at different stages of operation. This paper shows for the first time the whole complex of studies, including the methodology of systems studies of the structure, evolution and genesis of oil and gas reservoirs, the model of geologic structure and the evaluation of oil and gas resources, the technique of prospecting and surveys of oil and gas fields, techniques and methods of an effective system of prospecting and development, particularly at the stage of achieving maximum and the onset of production decrease. (authors)

  4. Modélisation dynamique d’un système couplé pompe à chaleur – stockage thermique par matériaux à changement de phase : approche systémique et validation expérimentale

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    Wu , Jing

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    In the area of buildings refrigeration, the use of thermal energy storage coupled with heat pump is a significant way for reducing the operating costs and optimizing the design of equipment. A prototype of refrigeration-PCM (Phase Change Material) energy storage system is built and implemented within the framework of the project ACLIRSYS (Advanced Control for Low Inertia Refrigeration Systems), funded by the French National Research Agency. The objective of my PhD thesis is to propose a dynam...

  5. Computer aided collimation gamma (Cacao): a new approach in measuring and visualizing the distribution of X and gamma ray emitters in contaminate wounds; Cacao (camera a collimation assistee par ordinateur): une nouvelle approche pour reconstruire et visualiser des contaminations d'emetteurs X et gamma dans les blessures

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    Douiri, A. [Hopital Pitie-Salpetriere (LENA), 75 - Paris (France); Jeanguillaume, C. [Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Larrey, Service de Medecine Nucleaire, 49 - Angers (France); Franck, D.; Carlan, L. de [Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire, IRSN, Dept. de Protection de la Sante de l' Homme et de Dosimetrie, 92 - Fontenay aux Roses (France); Quartuccio, M.; Begot, S. [Faculte des Sciences d' Orsay (LPS), 91 - Orsay (France)

    2003-07-01

    The treatment of contaminated wounds can be greatly improved by visualizing the distribution of the radioactivity that is present. The low sensitivity of the conventional Anger camera means that it can only be used where there is a high level of activity. Moreover, these gamma cameras cannot make full use of the recent progress made in high spatial resolution semi-conductor detectors. In order to increase sensitivity while at the same time maintaining a sufficient resolution of the reconstructed image, the principle of the Computer aided collimation gamma camera (CACAO in French) was proposed as a possible means of using gamma cameras in intern dosimetry. This principle is based on the combined use of collimators with holes that are wider- than the intrinsic resolution of the detector, circular and linear scanning movements, a detector sensitive to the source depth and a specific reconstruction algorithm. This article presents the recent developments of the CACAO system and illustrates by a theoretical and experimental study, its performances compared with the classic tomography system. We start with a general overview of the CACAO system and its reconstruction algorithm. First of all, the superiority of the CACAO system is demonstrated by a simulation ,study. Then, an experimental bench was developed using an implanted silicon pixel detector specifically designed to allow the visualization of a subject contaminated with low energy X and gamma emitters. The study presented here shows images obtained from a phantom composed of three sources of Americium {sup 341}Am. Although the comparison between the conventional and CACAO approaches were not carried out with optimal parameters, especially for CACAO, the initial results show that CACAO has an improved sensitivity and a superior resolution. Finally, the transposition of this system to the practical study of contaminated wounds is discussed. (authors)

  6. Extension of a reactive distillation process design methodology: application to the hydrogen production through the Iodine-Sulfur thermochemical cycle; Generalisation d'une approche de conception de procedes de distillation reactive: application a la production d'hydrogene par le cycle thermochimique I-S

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    Belaissaoui, B

    2006-02-15

    Reactive distillation is a promising way to improve classical processes. This interest has been comforted by numerous successful applications involving reactive systems in liquid phase but never in vapour phase. In this context, general design tools have been developed for the analysis of reactive distillation processes whatever the reactive phase. A general model for open condensation and evaporation of vapour or liquid reactive systems in chemical equilibrium has been written and applied to extend the feasibility analysis, synthesis and design methods of the sequential design methodology of R. Thery (2002). The extended design methodology is applied to the industrial production of hydrogen through the iodine-sulphur thermochemical cycle by vapour phase reactive distillation. A column configuration is proposed with better performance formerly published configuration. (author)

  7. Musiques et pouvoirs dans l'Europe du premier XVIIe siècle : le cas de l'Occitanie (1600-1650). : Colloque "Nouvelle recherche en domaine occitan : approches interdisciplinaires" (organisateur: Institut d'Etudes Occitanes, Université d'Albi).

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    Escarpit , David; Lassaque , Aurélie; De Pablo , Elisabeth; Legrand , Valérie; Fillon , Richard

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    Baroque style arose almost simultaneously in France and Italy in the late sixteenth century. Musical language underwent profound modification. Passage from a modal to a tonal system altered ornamentation and tone. The work of scholarly enthusiasts opened the way for the emergence of a new, monodic vocal style, in which it was possible to ’speak while singing’, recitar cantando. During this period, Occitan civilisation, all hope of political independence relinquished, shot its last sparks amon...

  8. Long-term alteration of R7T7 glass packages: development of a multi-scale approach to estimate the cracking; Alteration a long terme des colis de verres de type R7T7: developpement d'une approche multi-echelle pour evaluer l'impact de la fracturation

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    Chomat, L. [Paris-6 Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, 75 (France)]|[CEA Valrho, Lab. d' Etudes du Comportement Long Terme des Materiaux de Conditionnement (LCLT), 30 - Marcoule (France)

    2006-07-01

    The aim of this work is to model the alteration and transport mechanisms implied in a cracks system and to deduce the evolution of the quantity of leached glass. This quantity will be then compared with those measured in leaching tests carried out on a package of industrial size. To estimate this quantity, several steps are required: 1)study of the local alteration inside a crack (according to the alteration parameters: flow, crack opening, pH..) or in a simple set of cracks (connexion); 2)description of a crack system at the package scale by tomography and SEM of bulk samples: opening, accessibility; 3)determination of the alteration parameters in the ALISE device (leaching device of industrial size in which is altered a package for 2001): temperatures gradients, convection, diffusion, pH..; 4)modelling: passage from the local alteration (crack) to the global alteration (package); 5)design and carrying out of a specific experiment to validate the model: control of the system of known cracks (opening, connectivity..) and of the alterations conditions (thermal gradient..); 6)confrontation of the model with the results obtained on ALISE and the specific experiment indicated in 5). The main experimental results are described. (O.M.)

  9. Comment protéger la santé des travailleurs dans un système qui ne repose pas sur les notions d’aptitude et d’inaptitude ? How to protect workers’ health in a system that is not based on the concepts of “capacity” and “incapacity” Cómo proteger la salud de los trabajadores en un sistema que no se basa en los conceptos de aptitud et ineptitud ?

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    Robert Plante

    2010-02-01

    Full Text Available Au Québec, en santé au travail, l’approche de santé publique a été privilégiée à l’approche médicale individuelle, parce qu’elle est conséquente aux objectifs de la loi, à savoir la prise en charge par le milieu de ses problèmes et la diminution, voire l’élimination des dangers. Quant aux activités médicales individuelles, elles ne sont réalisées que lorsqu’elles sont légitimes, c’est-à-dire lorsque leur pertinence et leur efficacité sur le plan de la prévention ont été démontrées. Quelques évaluations l’ont confirmé, l’approche par programme des services de santé publique québécois fonctionne en général très bien et elle est efficace. Mieux que l’examen médical de chaque sujet, elle permet de centrer les énergies sur les expositions professionnelles et les composantes de l’organisation du travail susceptibles de provoquer des problèmes. Malgré toutes ses qualités, le système de santé au travail québécois se heurte à de sérieuses résistances institutionnelles et politiques qui ont compromis son développement et mènent progressivement à son essoufflement.In Québec, in occupational health, the public health approach has been favoured over the individual medical approach because it is consistent with the objectives of the law, namely this community taking charge of its problems, and the reduction and even elimination of risk factors. Individual medical activities are limited to cases where the relevance and effectiveness of preventive benefits have been demonstrated. Some evaluative studies have shown that this Québec public health program approach works well in general, and is effective. Compared with the medical examination of each subject, it has a better potential for focusing energies on occupational exposures and on work organizational factors that could cause problems. Despite all its advantages, the Québec occupational health system is facing serious institutional and

  10. Modeling temperature and moisture fields in conditioned spaces using zonal approach, including sorption phenomena in buildings materials; Modelisation thermo-hydro-aeraulique des locaux climatises selon l'approche zonale (prise en compte des phenomenes de sorption d'humidite)

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    Cordeiro Mendoca, K.

    2004-05-15

    Building simulation models represent in our days an important tool for building conception and performance analysis. Although moisture interacts in many ways with the whole building affecting therefore its behavior, frequently these models neglects the interactions between them. In addition, in most of them, indoor air conditions are considered uniform, which is a non-realistic assumption in conditioned spaces. In this work, a model to predict temperature and moisture fields in conditioned spaces, using zonal approach, is proposed. This method is based in dividing spatially a room in a relative small number of zones, typically on the order of tens to hundreds, where the state variables of air are considered uniform, with the exception of pressure that varies hydrostatically. While not as fine-grained as CFD simulation, zonal models do give useful information about temperature and moisture distributions that is important in comfort analysis. The proposed model was structured in three groups of sub-models representing the three building domains: indoor air, envelope and HVAC system. The indoor air sub-model is related to the indoor air space, where airflow speed can be considered weak. The envelope sub-model is related to the radiation exchanges between envelope and its neighborhood, and to the simultaneous heat and mass transfers across the envelope material. This latest can be represented by four sub-models of different complexity levels, with two of them taking into account moisture adsorption and desorption by building materials. Concerning to the HVAC system model, it refers to the whole system that means equipment, control and specific airflow from equipment. All sub-models were coupled into a modular simulation environment, SPARK, well-adapted to compare different models. The applicability of the proposed model is shown by two examples. The first one shows the importance of considering moisture sorption phenomena in the prediction of indoor air conditions

  11. Infiltration of runoff rainwater and transfer of the associated pollutants in the urban ground - towards a global and multi-disciplinary approach; Infiltration des eaux de ruissellement pluvial et transfert de polluants associes dans le sol urbain - vers une approche globale et pluridisciplinaire

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    Martinelli, I.

    1999-12-01

    Storm water run-off infiltration now appears as a supplementary or alternative strategy to gravitational drainage systems. The present study sought to draw up a framework to represent pollutant transfer in such infiltration, this phenomenon being governed by various physical, chemical and biological processes. Study of the literature was able on the one hand to specify urban storm water run-off pollution, and, on the other, to identify the various possible processes undergone or induced during infiltration in the soil. It was noted that experimentation in this area requires certain extra input, whether, at laboratory level, for studying interactions effects between several pollutants and several processes, or, in the field, for a better account of soil heterogeneity and of integration of various elementary phenomena. Nevertheless, the state of knowledge regarding these levels and various scientific areas made it possible to identify the main parameters seeming to govern pollutant transfer. A representation was drawn up of the soil underlying a storm water run-off infiltration system, and a experimental framework proposed both to validate and to enhance the present model. (author)

  12. Non-destructive determination of moisture content and micro-fibril angle of wood using a poly-chromatic X-ray beam theoretical and experimental approach; Exploitation d'un rayonnement X poly-energetique pour la determination de la teneur en eau et de l'angle de microfibrilles du bois: approche theorique et experimentale

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    Baettig, R

    2005-07-15

    Non-destructive determination of moisture content and micro-fibril angle are important stakes for the sciences of the wood because these two parameters influence strongly the macroscopic behavior of the wood. For example, the shrinkage, the mechanical properties, the thermal and acoustic conductivity are dependent on the moisture content and their anisotropic character is largely governed by the micro-fibril angle. We used the light difference between X-ray mass attenuation coefficient for the water and for the wood in transmission. Regrettably, the results show that this difference between X-ray mass attenuation coefficient is insufficient to allow the precise measurement of the moisture content.In spite of this, the coherent scattering shows sensitive effects. So, by using a poly-energetic beam and a spectrometric system, we were able to discriminate between the crystalline constituent (cellulose) of the amorphous constituent (water) in a sample of wet wood, because for a given angle these phases scatter in different energy. Besides, the device created allowed us to study the crystalline phase of the wood. We were able to confront experimental profiles of diffraction with theoretical profiles of diffraction, obtained by means of a rigorous simulation, in the objective to estimate the average micro-fibril angle and its standard deviation. (author)

  13. Impact of Diagenetic Alterations on the Petrophysical and Multiphase Flow Properties of Carbonate Rocks Using a Reactive Pore Network Modeling Approach Impact des altérations diagénétiques sur les propriétés pétrophysiques et d’écoulement polyphasique de roches carbonates en utilisant une modélisation par l’approche réseau de pores

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    Algive L.

    2012-02-01

    /fluide, l’histoire de l’écoulement et les conditions physico-chimiques. Tout au long de la paragenèse, l’altération de la dissolution (amélioration de la porosité et de la précipitation (réduction de la porosité causée par les changements de conditions chimiques et thermodynamiques peut conduire à des roches hétérogènes à la fois à l’échelle locale et à l’échelle du réservoir. En l’absence d’échantillons de roche de réservoirs permettant de mesurer les propriétés pétrophysiques (i.e. porosité, perméabilité et facteur de formation et les propriétés d’écoulement polyphasique (i.e. pression capillaire, perméabilité relative et indice de résistivité, un outil numérique qui simule ces données en prédisant l’évolution de la structure porale du dépôt de grains d’origine est d’un grand intérêt pour l’industrie pétrolière et les études de caractérisation des réservoirs. Le modèle réseau de pores, qui est un outil efficace pour rendre compte des phénomènes se produisant à l’échelle des pores, est utilisé pour imiter le cycle diagénétique. L’approche est basée sur trois étapes. La première étape consiste à remplacer la structure porale complexe des milieux poreux réels par un réseau conceptuel simple. La deuxième étape consiste à résoudre les équations régissant les phénomènes de précipitations et de dissolution (i.e.l’équation de convection diffusion réactive dans le réseau de pores conceptuel 3D, et en déduire les flux locaux réactif et le déplacement de l’interface fluide-solide. La troisième étape consiste à mettre à jour la nouvelle structure porale et de calculer les nouvelles propriétés pétrophysiques du milieu poreux modifié. Ces étapes sont répétées de façon à imiter un scénario donné diagénétique. Enfin, les propriétés pétrophysiques et les propriétés d’écoulement polyphasique du milieu poreux, qui a subi ce scénario d’altérations diag

  14. Caracterisation pratique des systemes quantiques et memoires quantiques auto-correctrices 2D

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    Landon-Cardinal, Olivier

    Cette these s'attaque a deux problemes majeurs de l'information quantique: - Comment caracteriser efficacement un systeme quantique? - Comment stocker de l'information quantique? Elle se divise done en deux parties distinctes reliees par des elements techniques communs. Chacune est toutefois d'un interet propre et se suffit a elle-meme. Caracterisation pratique des systemes quantiques. Le calcul quantique exige un tres grand controle des systemes quantiques composes de plusieurs particules, par exemple des atomes confines dans un piege electromagnetique ou des electrons dans un dispositif semi-conducteur. Caracteriser un tel systeme quantique consiste a obtenir de l'information sur l'etat grace a des mesures experimentales. Or, chaque mesure sur le systeme quantique le perturbe et doit done etre effectuee apres avoir reprepare le systeme de facon identique. L'information recherchee est ensuite reconstruite numeriquement a partir de l'ensemble des donnees experimentales. Les experiences effectuees jusqu'a present visaient a reconstruire l'etat quantique complet du systeme, en particulier pour demontrer la capacite de preparer des etats intriques, dans lesquels les particules presentent des correlations non-locales. Or, la procedure de tomographie utilisee actuellement n'est envisageable que pour des systemes composes d'un petit nombre de particules. Il est donc urgent de trouver des methodes de caracterisation pour les systemes de grande taille. Dans cette these, nous proposons deux approches theoriques plus ciblees afin de caracteriser un systeme quantique en n'utilisant qu'un effort experimental et numerique raisonnable. - La premiere consiste a estimer la distance entre l'etat realise en laboratoire et l'etat cible que l'experimentateur voulait preparer. Nous presentons un protocole, dit de certification, demandant moins de ressources que la tomographie et tres efficace pour plusieurs classes d'etats importantes pour l'informatique quantique. - La seconde

  15. Développement d'un moteur 4-soupapes fonctionnant en mélange dilué. Une nouvelle approche basée sur l'optimisation de l'aérodynamique interne Application of Flow Field Optimization to Lean Burn Engine Development. A New Approach Based on Internal Flow Field Optimization

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    Henriot S.

    2006-11-01

    emissions, and in lower specific fuel consumption. On the other hand, unburnt hydrocarbon (HC emissions generally increase, which implies the use of an oxidation catalyst if the antipollution standards become too severe. The first phase was to analyze the interactions between fluid dynamics and combustion, which determine the capability of this engine to run with a lean or dilute mixture. The methodology relies on complementary means :(a Three-dimensional computer code (KIVA. (b Optical diagnostics (Laser Doppler Velocimetry. (c Single-cylinder engine equipped with conventional measurement systems. Three dimensional modeling is used to predict and to optimize fluid motion in the cylinder for different intake configurations. The most important parameters influencing the stability of initial combustion are found to be the direction and magnitude of the mean velocity at the spark location, and the turbulence level. We should note that this flow field optimization is also applicable for operation with any dilute mixture (diluted by exhaust gases for example. The question of the minimization of the cyclic variability remains. The most favorable configuration for lean-burn operation was a pent-roof combustion chamber with a single operating intake valve. Fluid motion in this engine is characterized by the combination of a swirling and a tumbling motion and can be described as an inclined tumble. This motion leads to a flow at the spark plug location directed along the edge of the cylinder head. Moreover, the turbulence level is optimal for a high burning rate and low cycleto-cycle instability. The second phase was to apply this solution to a multicylinder system. The main difficulties came from the variability between cylinders, which was amplified during lean-burn operation. Each cylinder must be independently controlled (spark timing, sequential injection, fuel-air ratio, etc. . Moreover, an increased spark gap is needed in order to reproduce the performance (i. e. efficiency

  16. A Literature Review on Operator Interface Technologies for Network Enabled Operational Environments Using Complex System Analysis

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    2009-05-30

    d’interface fondées sur le comportement et sur la psychologie , ainsi que des méthodes de conception et de mise en œuvre d’interfaces multi-agents. On a mis...réseaucentriques. Ces technologies comprennent des approches de conception d’interface fondées sur le comportement et sur la psychologie , ainsi que des

  17. An ecologically sustainable approach to agricultural production intensification: Global perspectives and developments Une approche écologiquement durable de l’intensification de la production agricole : perspectives globales et développements Un enfoque ecológicamente sostenible de la intensificación de la producción agrícola: perspectivas globales y avances

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    Theodor Friedrich

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available The root cause of agricultural land degradation and decreasing productivity – as seen in terms of loss of soil health -- is our low soil-carbon farming paradigm of intensive tillage which disrupts and debilitates many important soil-mediated ecosystem functions. For the most part agricultural soils in tillage-based farming without organic surface residue protection are becoming de-structured and compacted, exposed to increased runoff and erosion, and soil life and biodiversity is deprived of habitat and starved of organic matter, leading to  decrease in soil’s biological recuperating capacity.Conservation Agriculture (CA is a cropping system based on no or minimum mechanical soil disturbance, permanent organic mulch soil cover, and crop diversification. It, is an effective solution to stopping agricultural land degradation, for rehabilitation, and for sustainable crop production intensification. CA is now adopted by large and small farmers on some 125 million hectares across all continents and is spreading at an annual rate of about 7 million hectares.Advantages offered by CA to farmers include better livelihood and income, decrease in financial risks, and climate change adaptability and mitigation. For the small manual farmer, CA offers ultimately up to 50% labour saving, less drudgery, stable yields, and improved food security. To the mechanised farmers CA offers lower fuel use and less machinery and maintenance costs, and reduced inputs and cost of production (including labour when CA involves the use of integrated weed management.  In pro-poor development programmes, every effort should be made to help producers adopt CA production systems. This is because CA produces more from less, can be adopted and practiced by smallholder poor farmers, builds on the farmer’s own natural resource base, does not entirely depend on purchased derived inputs, and is relatively less costly in the early stages of production intensification.La cause

  18. Le congréganiste hors la société ? Les dynamiques de laïcisation de la « République radicaliste » au prisme d’une approche d’anthropologie politique (France, 1902-1906

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    Julien Bouchet

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Au début du XXe siècle, la France de la « Belle Époque » connaît un temps de fondation républicaine qui rend de nouveau manifeste un conflit ancien sur la place du (des religieux dans le champ social. L’article porte sur l’exclusion des congréganistes du corps politique. Corollaire d’une laïcisation portée par les gauches parlementaires et soutenue par un anticléricalisme en recomposition, l’ostracisation des congréganistes passe par la stigmatisation de leurs corps, de leurs pratiques sociales et de leur appartenance à plusieurs entités essentialisées (« la Congrégation », « le parti noir ». Quoique pondérée par une domestication de la dissension, la violence de cet engagement appelle la fondation d’un nouveau contrat social car les autorités politiques restreignent par la coercition la capacité civile des congréganistes et leur interdisent d’enseigner tout en souhaitant accompagner leur « sortie de religion ». Le caractère a-libéral de cette idéologie acte les difficultés de l’État à penser ses relations avec les corps intermédiaires, et permet de discuter la thèse téléologique d’un procès de sécularisation qui se serait imposé en France sans heurts ni radicalisations.At the beginning of the twentieth century, France saw a period of republican progress, known as the « Belle Époque ». This period reintroduced the discourse regarding the extent of religious groups’ role in society. This article deals with the exclusion of religious people from positions within the political system. As a result, the Left secularized the parliament and ostracised these religious groups altogether through their social practices and limited membership in several essential government entities (« the Congregation » and « the black party ». The extremism of this commitment created the foundation for a new social contract in which the political authorities would restrict the civil capacity of

  19. Pétrole, gaz, environnement : quelle approche de la R&D en exploration-production pour la fin du siècle ? Oil, Gas and the Environment: What Approach by R&D in Exploration-Production for the End of the Century?

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    Tissot B.

    2006-11-01

    characterization of reservoirs. In structures where there is already a good understanding of the formations, the progress expected for the years to come, thanks to geophysical techniques, will involve prestack inversion, which will ascertain important characteristics such as the presence of gas or even the distinction of two fluids as well as the obtaining of three-dimensional data. Concerning production from fields, the stakes for R&D are considerable since the problem is now to produce from the great majority of small and structurally complex fields, or even, in some countries, to resume production from fields hampered by a relatively rustic recovery method. Such undertakings are essentially based on a better understanding of reservoir dynamics. On line of reflection that is certainly important for the future will be to analyze behavior laws in complex cases. In this area as well, numerical modeling is what will synthesize all the data (Plate V. After the reservoir has been characterized and the production method decided upon, it is indispensable to ascertain the most effective ways of operating. In this area, the technical mastery sought after aims to reduce the cost-to-quantities produced ratio while ensuring environmental protection, for example such as replacing oil-base driling fluids by nonpolluting fluids. Achieving optimum production at less cost will require better use of the processing capacities already in place. This will be achieved by the development of multiphase production, in particular for marginal or deep offshore fields. Concerning new production systems and within a context in which oil companies are seeking to exploit marginal fields and deep-water discoveries under the best possible economic conditions, the Nomad project (Plate VI for multiphase evacuation via a light floating support seems to be destined for a great future. To decrease costs, another alternative is to use automated and unmanned installations. Gas transportation often entails the

  20. Utiliser une approche d'économie de l'environnement pour ...

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    Canada-Latin America and Caribbean Zika Virus Research Program. A new funding opportunity on Zika virus is responding to the virus outbreak and the health threat it represents for the affected populations in the hardest hit countries in Latin America and the... View moreCanada-Latin America and Caribbean Zika Virus ...

  1. Effect of nanosilver on metabolism in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): An investigation using different respirometric approches

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    Murray, Laura; Rennie, Michael D.; Svendsen, Jon Christian

    2017-01-01

    Nanosilver (nAg) has been incorporated into many consumer products, including clothing and washing machines, because of its antimicrobial properties. Consequently, the potential for its release into aquatic environments is of significant concern. Documented toxic effects on fish include altered.......60 ± 5.13 μg/L) for 28 d, after which their standard metabolic rate (SMR), forced maximum metabolic rate (MMRf), and spontaneous maximum metabolic rate (MMRs) were measured. There was no effect observed in SMR, MMRf, or MMRs, suggesting that nAg is unlikely to directly affect fish metabolism. On average...

  2. Salt effect on sensitized photooxidations. A kinetic approch to environmental decomposition of marine contaminants

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    María I. Gutiérrez

    1998-09-01

    Full Text Available The salt effect on the kinetics of singlet molecular oxygen [O2(1Δg]-mediated photooxidations of sea water contaminants was investigated. Two families of photooxidizable compounds were employed in the study: anthracene derivatives and phenols. The presence of salt (NaCl in H2O and LiCl in MeCN, in both cases in the range 0-0.45 M produces changes in the photooxidation rate. For solvent-polarity-dependent reactions, this behavior can be predicted, by knowing the solvent-polarity dependence of the rate constant for chemical reaction of the substrates with O2(1Δ g in non-saline solutions (kr. For the cases of photooxidations possessing solvent-polarity-independent or scantily-dependent kr values, the photooxidation rates decrease as the salt content in the solution increases, mainly due to a predominance of the physical quenching pathway. In addition, the quantum yield for O2(1 Δg generation (ΦΔ was determined in a series of saline solutions, in the range of 0-0.45 M in water and MeCN solutions, in the presence of NaCl and LiCl respectively. The Δ values are independent, within the experimental error on the salt content.

  3. Approches de l'utilisation des eaux usées urbaines dans l ...

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    8 févr. 2011 ... Quant aux systèmes de traitement des eaux financés par le CRDI qui utilisent la laitue d'eau à Dakar ... les eaux usées dans les cultures de salade, produit qui se mange cru. » .... Rompre le cycle de la pauvreté urbaine.

  4. Recherches ouvertes sur le numérique approches pratiques en information-communication

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    En quelques années, les organisations publiques et privées ont imposé à leurs salariés une grande conversion numérique au nom de la performance économique et de l'optimisation des ressources et des moyens. Ce diktat technologique a été massivement plébiscité par les individus eux-mêmes qui ont volontairement intégré ce processus de numérisation à leurs activités personnelles, socialisantes et ludiques. Malgré les études menées ces dernières années en sciences humaines et sociales, confirmant la persistance de fossés numériques, l'émergence de situations de non-usages volontaires et le risque d'avènement d'une société du contrôle, la transformation numérique sociétale apparaît réellement irréversible. Ce nouvel ordre numérique engendre de nouvelles recompositions en matière de communication et de gouvernance au sein des organisations, des changements radicaux dans les relations sociales, des logiques de flux, d'instantanéité, d'immédiateté et d'interopérabilité, etc., ...

  5. MHD characteristics of ASDEX H-type discharges approching the β limit

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    Klueber, O.; Gernhardt, J.; Grassie, K.; Hofmann, J.; Kornherr, M.; Zehrfeld, H.P.; Becker, G.; Bosch, H.S.; Brocken, H.; Eberhagen, A.; Fussmann, G.; Gehre, O.; Gierke, G. v.; Glock, E.; Gruber, O.; Haas, G.; Janeschitz, G.; Karger, F.; Lackner, K.; Lenoci, M.; Lisitano, G.; Mast, F.; Mayer, H.M.; McCormick, K.; Meisel, D.; Mertens, V.; Murmann, H.; Niedermeyer, H.; Poschenrieder, W.; Rapp, H.; Riedler, H.; Roehr, H.; Roth, J.; Schneider, F.; Setzensack, C.; Siller, G.; Soeldner, F.X.; Speth, E.; Steuer, K.H.; Vollmer, O.; Wagner, F.; Zasche, D.; Stambaugh, R.; Izvozchikov, A.; Ryter, F.

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    Due to the favourable confinement properties of the H regime, β values close to the Troyon limit can be achieved in the ADSEX device at a neutral injection power level ∝3 MW. In many cases, the β limit is a soft one, i.e. β attains a maximum and then decays smoothly up to the end of the injection pulse. Disruptions, however, may occur both during the rise and fall of β. (orig.)

  6. Approche socio-culturelle de l'epilepsie en Cote d'Ivoire | Boa Yapo ...

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    Contexte En Afrique, l'épileptique est encore trop souvent stigmatisé, du fait de la méconnaissance de la maladie et des croyances surnaturelles ou mystiques. Objectif Analyser la connaissance et la perception de l'épilepsie par l'entourage proche des personnes épileptiques suivies en milieu hospitalier neurologique, afin ...

  7. Le casier judiciaire. Approches critiques et perspectives comparées

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    Pieret, Julien; De Greef, Vanessa

    2011-01-01

    Malgré son importance quotidienne, la question du casier judiciaire reste un parent pauvre de la recherche scientifique en Belgique. Force est de constater que manque cruellement un livre interdisciplinaire susceptible, d’une part, de faire le point sur la réglementation actuelle du casier et, d’autre part, d’ouvrir plusieurs pistes de réflexions en vue de modifier cette réglementation en particulier, de favoriser la réinsertion professionnelle d’anciens condamnés en général. Cet ouvrage repr...

  8. Approche pour la description, l’indexation et la recherche dans les grandes bases de formes

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    Hassan Silkan

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available In this work, we propose an approach for description, indexing and retrieval in large shapes databases. We introduce two contributions: the first one consists to propose a new shape descriptor which is invariant to translation, scale and rotation. This latter, is a multi-scale version of the Berretti et al. shape descriptor, which has the main drawback to not satisfy the rotation invariant criterion. In the second contribution, we propose to organize the indexes set of all shapes in the database using single index structure named M-tree, this tree index structure will be associated to all the shapes in the database instead to each one. By using a large shapes database, the obtained results highlight the effectiveness of our approach.

  9. 101 Biodiversité et approche bioécologique de la faune des Monts ...

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    Station 02 : Tarasmouth. La station fait partie de la commune de Souk Tleta, le taux de recouvrement est d'ordre de 50 à 60%. La station est mélangée de deux essences forestières principales ; Pinus halepensiset Tetraclinis articulata. On trouve aussi le Chamaerops, Lavendula, Lentisque … etc. Station 03 : El Mahsar.

  10. Restauration des pistes sonores optiques cinématographiques : approche par traitement d'images

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    Hassaïne , Abdelâali

    2009-01-01

    The restoration of old motion picture films is an active research field. The restoration of the optical soundtrack however has only been performed at the audio domain, in spite of the fact that it is recorded as a continuous image located between the images of the film and the sprocket holes. Two types of optical soundtracks exist: the most widespread are variable area soundtracks, which contain a transparent region located between two symmetrical opaque regions. The width of the transparent ...

  11. un_focus - La santé : Une approche écosystémique | CRDI - Centre ...

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    En avril 2001, il a reçu le tout premier Prix Reconnaissance attribué par la Faculté des sciences de l'UQÀM, pour avoir « fait œuvre de pionnier en aidant les pays en développement à préserver l'équilibre de leurs écosystèmes et à assurer la santé de leurs populations ». Edición español: Leer e-libro / Descargar PDF.

  12. un_focus - La santé : Une approche écosystémique | IDRC ...

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    En avril 2001, il a reçu le tout premier Prix Reconnaissance attribué par la Faculté des sciences de l'UQÀM, pour avoir « fait œuvre de pionnier en aidant les pays en développement à préserver l'équilibre de leurs écosystèmes et à assurer la santé de leurs populations ». Edición español: Leer e-libro / Descargar PDF.

  13. Participation et gestion dans les parcs nationaux de montagne : approches anglo-saxonnes

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    Stéphane Héritier

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available L’implication du public est devenue l’un des éléments clé des politiques de conservation dans le monde. Cet article a pour objectif de proposer une analyse générale dans quatre pays ayant établi des parcs nationaux de manière très précoce, souvent en opposition avec les populations locales ou autochtones. Depuis les années 1970, la participation publique est devenue une pratique commune dans la gestion des parcs nationaux, même si elle revêt des réalités très variables. Cet article analyse les tendances générales de la participation (notamment au niveau des dispositifs dans les pratiques de gestion des parcs nationaux, qui sont généralement considérées comme des réussites en termes de pratiques politiques ou de gouvernance et qui sont souvent présentées comme des modes d’élaboration de démocratie délibérative. L’analyse utilisant les différents niveaux scalaires tend à montrer au contraire que les dispositifs de participation publique peuvent aussi fragmenter les parties prenantes et rendre plus difficile la constitution efficace d’une coalition d’acteurs.Public involvement has become a key concept in conservation management worldwide. This paper intends to give an overview on four countries known to have established national parks for over a century, and often in clearing the land from previous ‘indigenous’ or local occupation. Since the seventies, public participation has become a common practice in parks’ management, even if reality does not fit always perfectly with theory. The paper analyses general trends of public participation in parks management practices, which are most often considered as a successful governance policies by most authors, and is also considered as a way to build participative democracy. The analysis using the level of scale intends to show that public participation can also fragment the stakeholders, making really difficult the emergence of any efficient coalition of stakeholders.

  14. The Self-Evolving Cosmos A Phenomenological Approch to Nature's Unity-in-Diversity

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    Rosen, Steven M

    2008-01-01

    This unique book offers an original way of thinking about two of the most significant problems confronting modern theoretical physics: the unification of the forces of nature and the evolution of the universe. In bringing out the inadequacies of the prevailing approach to these questions, the author demonstrates the need for more than just a new theory. The meanings of space and time themselves must be radically rethought, which requires a whole new philosophical foundation. To this end, the book turns to the phenomenological writings of Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Martin Heidegger. Their insigh

  15. LES APPROCHES PLURIELLES DANS LE MODELE CARAP: SAVOIRS ACQUIS PAR L'INTERCOMPREHENSION

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    Constantin Felicia

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Custom sets that teaching foreign languages refers to teaching and learning a language taken in isolation, within an essentially monolingual framework. Academic orthodoxy Chardenet (2007 refers to training the teacher in one foreign language only, following the unnatural preoccupation for the completion of knowledge and skills in this language. The dynamics of the societies forces towards the transition from monolingualism to multilingualism, by introducing the pluralistic like teaching devices. Defined as "teaching approaches that put into practice the teaching-learning activities while involving more (= more than one linguistic and cultural variety," pluralistic approaches are designed as opposed to traditional teaching approaches, the aim of which is a particular language or culture in isolation (Candelier, 2007: 7. Intercomprehension is, along with the intercultural approach, the integrated teaching of foreign languages and awakening to languages, a pluralistic approach that allows the development of diverse and unthinkable emotional and practical knowledge and skills, inventoried in a Framework of reference for pluralistic approaches to languages and cultures (CARAP. Considered from different perspectives - as a method, strategy, training device or educational purpose - intercomprehension is mainly a general competence of the multilingual individual. A doctoral program attended at the University of Reims, France, as part of a team coordinated by professors J.E. Tyvaert and E. Castagne, has allowed us to experiment intercomprehension with a public trained for skills training for acquiring the perception and understanding of foreign languages not known a priori. According to Jamet (2010, it is a metalinguistic cognitive type activity (the awareness of areas of formal transparency and of significance, meta-pragmatic (the use of knowledge acquired in the native language to decide the needs triggered in a certain situation and meta-cultural (by means of the encyclopaedic knowledge of the world, activity practiced by inferential type strategies. The regular observation of ICE type training sessions has led us to a reflection applied to non-philological learning environment. We consider that organizing a module of initiation in French for beginner economic students, a course relying on intercomprehension principles, would be an excellent introduction to multilingualism. In this paper we will tackle the knowledge that, according to CARAP, seems attainable by means of this alternative method of teaching - learning a language, in the light, even if only virtual at the moment, of the introduction of French in the curriculum by specific means of intercomprehension. Established as prolegomena to the traditional study, an introductory course of intercomprehension of French would be able to provide students with quicker global linguistic knowledge otherwise acquired in a longer period of time, with more effort and without guaranteed results.

  16. Le temple-mémorial de Château-Thierry : approche monographique

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    Aline Magnien

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Le temple-mémorial de Château-Thierry, inauguré en 1924 est réalisé par deux architectes : Paul-Philippe Cret et Achille-Henri Chauquet, L’édifice est décoré d’un vitrail-tableau intitulé La Fayette nous voilà ! représentant La Fayette accueillant le général Pershing et de verrières ornées de scènes tirées des Paraboles de l’artiste suisse Eugène Burnand par son fils David Burnand. La chaire et le mobilier ont été offerts par des paroisses américaines en souvenir des soldats tombés au front. Par son architecture, son mobilier et les circonstances de la commande, le temple de Château-Thierry méritait une étude.The American memorial church of Château-Thierry, dedicated in 1924 has been built by two architects, Paul-Philippe Cret and Achille-Henri Chauquet. The church is adorned by a stained glass church window showing La Fayette welcoming Pershing and by some others stained glasses representing parables by David Burnand from sketches of his father Eugène Burnand. American churches supplied the pulpit and other furniture to adorn the building in memory of the soldiers died in the battle front. By its architecture, its furniture and the circumstances of its edification, the memorial church of Château-Thierry deserves a study

  17. TOWARDS DEMAND DRIVEN PUBLISHING: APPROCHES TO THE PRIORITISATION OF DIGITISATION OF NATURAL HISTORY COLLECTIONS DATA

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    Vishwas Chavan

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Natural history collections represent a vast repository of biodiversity data of international significance. There is an imperative to capture the data through digitisation projects in order to expose the data to new and established users of biodiversity data. On the basis of review of current state of digitization of natural history collections, a demand driven approach is advocated through the use of metadata to promote and increase access to natural history collection data.

  18. Quelle approche territoriale pour un maire/géographe ?

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    Mathieu Durand

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Dominique Amiard est maire de la commune de Cures (72, Géographe à l’Université du Maine et Doyen de la Faculté des Lettres et Sciences humaines.- Mathieu Durand (MD. La géographie est une discipline qui a de nombreux liens avec le monde des élus locaux, et qui amène à s’intéresser de près à leurs missions. Certains géographes ont donc décidé de franchir le pas pour exercer des responsabilités politiques locales. Quelles sont selon-vous les raisons de cette attraction ?- Dominique Amiard (D...

  19. La defense des forets contre les insectes. Approches actuelles et perspectives

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    Levieux, J.

    1987-01-01

    Les attaques d’insectes subies par certaines de nos forêts depuis une décennie conduisent à s’interroger sur la validité des méthodes actuelles de protection contre les ravageurs et sur les perspectives offertes par diverses recherches en cours. Au plan préventif, quelques modifications des méthodes sylvicoles pourraient apporter des résultats plus rapides que ceux à attendre de la sélection génétique de variétés résistantes. Les études dans ce dernier domaine sont encore trop peu avancé...

  20. Comparative approach between nuclear safety and security; Approche comparative entre surete et securite nucleaires

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    2009-04-15

    Adopting the definition of nuclear safety and nuclear security as they are specified by IAEA glossaries, this report first outlines that these both notions refer to similar risks but with causes of different nature. They discuss the notions of transparency and confidentiality and outline that security and safety both aims at the protection of population and of the environment. They discuss their organisational principles, notice that both have their own legal and regulatory framework, that authorities have expertise on both, that the responsibility is distributed among operators and the State, and that safety and security cultures are complementary. They analyse the design, exploitation and management principles of security and safety approaches: graded approach, defence-in-depth, synergy between security and safety, same daily monitoring requirement, same necessity to address the return on experience, same need to update a referential, a more constrained exchange of good practices in safety, a necessity to deal with their respective requirements, elaboration of emergency plans, performance of exercises

  1. Approche statistique de l'aridification de l'Afrique de l'Ouest

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    Hubert, Pierre; Carbonnel, Jean-Pierre

    1987-11-01

    The statistical study of 42 rainfall series from Niger to Senegal, the length of which is between 37 and 97 years, points out the nonstationarity of these series and suggests a climatic jump about 1969-1970. An integrated autoregressive model (ARIMA) of order ( p, 1, 0) can be fitted to most of these series but such a model remains useless for operational purposes. Some climatological, meteorological and hydrological consequences are discussed.

  2. Dealing with subjectivity in early product design phase: a systematic approch to exploit QFD potentials

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    Raharjo, H.; Brombacher, A.C.; Xie, M.

    2008-01-01

    Quality Function Deployment (QFD), as a customer-driven tool, is generally used in the early phase of new or improved products/services design process, and therefore most of the input parameters are highly subjective in nature. The five major input components of the QFD, which are laid in the House

  3. H10686: NOS Hydrographic Survey , Approches to New York Harbor, New York, 1996-07-17

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    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce — The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has the statutory mandate to collect hydrographic data in support of nautical chart compilation for safe...

  4. Approche multivalente pour l'amélioration des vaccins inactivés ...

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    utilisation des terres que le bétail; ils sont donc une source importante de sécurité alimentaire et économique pour ... Une plateforme pour la mise au point d'un vaccin anti-adénovirus non réplicatif contre les maladies aviaires.

  5. Acides gras oméga 3 et maladies cardiovasculaires : approches épidémiologiques

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    Ducimetiere Pierre

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available La prise alimentaire d’acides gras oméga 3 a de nombreuses conséquences biologiques en particulier dans les domaines intéressant le risque cardiovasculaire (thrombose, métabolisme lipidique, inflammation. A partir de l’énorme littérature épidémiologique sur le sujet, on peut conclure que la consommation de poisson « gras » ou d’oméga 3 à longue chaîne a un effet protecteur sur la mortalité coronaire et plus généralement sur les maladies cardiovasculaires. Il existe des indications en faveur d’un effet similaire de l’apport en alphalinolénique (ALA. Les essais de prévention secondaire avec des oméga 3 à longue chaîne ont confirmé ces résultats mais les essais de conseils nutritionnels favorisant la consommation d’ALA ne sont qu’indicatifs. Il n’existe guère « d’evidence » en faveur du rôle des oméga sur le développement quantitatif de l’athérome alors que leur effet protecteur sur la vulnérabilité cardiaque aux arythmies est bien établie. Ces données expérimentales et cliniques fournissent une base biologique à la relation observée entre un apport augmenté de poisson ou d’oméga 3 et un risque abaissé de mort subite dans plusieurs études de cohortes.

  6. Thermodynamic approach to biomass gasification; Approche thermodynamique des transformations de la biomasse

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    Boissonnet, G.; Seiler, J.M.

    2003-07-01

    The document presents an approach of biomass transformation in presence of steam, hydrogen or oxygen. Calculation results based on thermodynamic equilibrium are discussed. The objective of gasification techniques is to increase the gas content in CO and H{sub 2}. The maximum content in these gases is obtained when thermodynamic equilibrium is approached. Any optimisation action of a process. will, thus, tend to approach thermodynamic equilibrium conditions. On the other hand, such calculations can be used to determine the conditions which lead to an increase in the production of CO and H{sub 2}. An objective is also to determine transformation enthalpies that are an important input for process calculations. Various existing processes are assessed, and associated thermodynamic limitations are evidenced. (author)

  7. Terrorist threat, chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear medical approach; Menace terroriste, approche medicale nucleaire, radiologique, biologique, chimique

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    Revel, Th. de [Hopital d' Instruction des Armees Percy, 92 - Clamart (France); Gourmelon, P. [Institut de Radioprotection et de Surete Nucleaire (IRSN), 92 - Clamart (France); Vidal, D. [Centre de Recherche du Service de Sante des Armees, 38 - La Tronche (France); Renaudeau, C. [Ecole du Val de Grace, 92 - Clamart (France)

    2005-07-01

    The different aspects linked to the use of nuclear, radiological, biological and or chemical weapons are gathered in this work. They concern history, fundamental aspect, diagnosis, therapy and prevention. The part devoted to the nuclear aspect concern the accidents in relation with ionizing radiations, the radiation syndrome, the contribution and limits of dosimetry, the treatment of medullary aplasia, the evaluation and treatment of an internal contamination, new perspectives on the use of cytokine for the treatment of accidental irradiated persons, alternative to the blood transfusion. (N.C.)

  8. New approaches of professional cooking; Nouvelles approches de la restauration professionnelle

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    Anon.

    2004-08-01

    Professional cooking is a particular branch of environmental engineering. In addition to space heating and air-conditioning, the designer has to manage also the industrial refrigeration and the cooking. About 20 manufacturers propose today a large range of cooking equipments allowing to answer all kind of expectations. Tomorrow, in the framework of the opening of energy markets to competition, the restaurant managers will have access to new offers and services. This evolution has led Cegibat, the information-counsel division of Gaz de France (GdF) company, to organize a meeting on this topic on May 2004. This article summarizes the content of the presentations made by the different participants: the evolution of equipments market, the European regulation and the efficiency of gas appliances; the technological innovations of gas appliances; the opening of energy markets and the volatility of prices. (J.S.)

  9. Promouvoir des politiques et approches inclusives pour résoudre le ...

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    En se concentrant sur la violence criminelle et des gangs à Cape Town, l'étude fera la lumière sur l'ampleur de la participation des jeunes à ces réseaux de violence, selon les perspectives des jeunes hommes et des jeunes femmes. Le projet examinera comment les réseaux sociaux et économiques se forment et peuvent ...

  10. Une approche citoyenne de la société de l’information

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    Mohamadou Abdoul

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Ce texte présente une synthèse des réflexions menées et stratégies développées au sein de l’équipe Prospectives et Dialogues politiques d’Enda Tiers Monde sur la thématique des technologies de l’information et de la communication et de la société de l’information. Cette réflexion s’inscrit dans le cadre de mise en place d’une plateforme sous régionale sur les politiques liées aux TIC et aux enjeux que suscite la société de l’information. C’est le fruit d’un travail collectif. La synthèse repr...

  11. APPROCHE POSITIVE DE L'EXTERNALISATION D'ACTIFS : CAS DE LA TITRISATION

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    Lejard , Christophe

    2007-01-01

    International audience; les scandales financiers du début des années deux mille ont levé le voile sur un certains nombre de pratiques comptables caractérisées par un manque d'éthique manifeste. Parmi ces pratiques, les montages dits déconsolidants occupèrent une place prépondérante ; ils se matérialisèrent notamment par le recours à diverses opérations financières via un véhicule ad hoc. L'objectif de ce type de montage est l'embellissement de la situation économique de l'entreprise en occult...

  12. LA DIFFUSION DES INNOVATIONS MANAGERIALES EN CONTROLE DE GESTION, UNE APPROCHE RHETORIQUE

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    Eric Maton; Dragos Zelinschi

    2012-01-01

    International audience; The purpose of this paper is to explain how a rhetoric approach with several dimensions can help to better understand the diffusion of management control innovations. We use a dynamic conception of rhetoric and a rhetorical analysis of graphical representations. We apply a rhetoric framework of analysis to two innovations (activity-based costing and balanced scorecard) and to their description in one review, the Harvard Business Review, with an objective of a wide diff...

  13. Les phénomènes quantiques approche élémentaire et applications

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    Belorizky, Elie

    1997-01-01

    Cet ouvrage introduit les aspects quantiques du rayonnement et de la matière à partir d'expériences simples décrites en détail. Le principe d'incertitude et la notion d'onde associée à une particule sont analysés pour aboutir au concept fondamental de fonction d'onde et formuler les postulats de base de la mécanique ondulatoire, puis établir la célèbre équation de Schrödinger. L'ensemble est illustré par quelques applications sur les puits de potentiel, l'effet tunnel, la radioactivité, la structure atomique et les résultats récents concernant les constituants élémentaires de la matière, les interactions fondamentales, le rayonnement cosmique de l'Univers ou encore les interférences quantiques induites par la gravitation.

  14. Une approche plurilingue pour faciliter l'inclusion scolaire : engagement et dynamique pédagogique

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    Ribierre-Dubile, Nathalie

    2017-08-01

    A multilingual approach to facilitating inclusion: Educational commitment and dynamics - In the school context, the first steps in the process of learning a foreign language require commitment and motivation on the part of the learner, as well as a commitment from the teacher to include all students. This raises questions about the inclusiveness of education and the educational achievement of multilingual and/or immigrant students in predominantly monolingual classes. The author draws on a corpus of research to explore a number of parameters involved in the implementation of a multilingual and inclusive approach. She links the foundations of a multilingual approach to the institutional framework and the positions of the actors in the didactic relationship, as well as in their relationship to languages. The article then gives an overview of the characteristics of the metacognitive strategies employed by multilingual learners and, in conclusion, proposes some innovative methods to go beyond the monolingual principles in learning and foster exchanges that are both multicultural and multilingual.

  15. ANOVA Based Approch for Efficient Customer Recognition: Dealing with Common Names

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    Saberi , Morteza; Saberi , Zahra

    2015-01-01

    Part 2: Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management; International audience; This study proposes an Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) technique that focuses on the efficient recognition of customers with common names. The continuous improvement of Information and communications technologies (ICT) has led customers to have new expectations and concerns from their related organization. These new expectations bring various difficulties for organizations’ help desk to meet their customers’ needs....

  16. Energetic approach for ductile tearing; Approche energetique de la dechirure ductile

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    Marie, St

    1999-07-01

    This study focuses on ductile crack initiation and propagation. It aims to propose an approach for the engineer allowing the prediction of the evolution of cracks in large scale components, from parameters determined on laboratory specimens. A crack initiation criterion, defining a J{sub i} tenacity related to crack tip blunting proposed in the literature is validated in the study. This criterion is shown to be transferable from laboratory specimens to structures. The literature review shows that an approach based on the dissipated energy in the fracture process during propagation offers an economical and simple solution to simulate large crack growth. A numerical method is proposed to estimate this fracture energy. The existence of an energy parameter G{sub fr} is shown, by simulating the propagation by the simultaneous release of several elements and by the use of the Rice integral with an original integration path. This parameter represents the needed energy for a unit crack extension and appears to be intrinsic to the material. A global energy statement allows to relate this parameter to a variation of the plastic part of J integral. It offers a second numerical method to simulate the propagation just from stationary numerical calculations, as well as the elaboration of a simplified method. This approach, using two parameters J{sub i} and G{sub fr}, intrinsic to the material and experimentally measurable on specimens, is validated on many tests such as crack pipes subjected to four points bending and cracked rings in compression. For example, this approach allows to model up to 90 mm ductile tearing in a pipe with a circumferential through-wall crack in ferritic steel, or to anticipate the evolution of a semi-elliptical crack in an aged austenitic ferritic steel plate subjected to bending. (author)

  17. Fréquence et contenu du rapport de rêve : approches comportementales et neurophysiologiques

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    Vallat , Raphaël

    2017-01-01

    Since the dawn of time, humans have sought to understand the nature and meaning of their dreams. However, despite millennia of philosophical speculation and more than a century of scientific exploration, several questions regarding dreams remain pending.One question that constitutes the core problematic of this thesis relates to why there are such individual differences in the frequency of dream recall, or in other words, why some people remember up to several dreams per morning (High-recalle...

  18. Speckle noise reduction in breast ultrasound images: SMU (srad median unsharp) approch

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    Njeh, I.; Sassi, O. B.; Ben Hamida, A.; Chtourou, K.

    2011-01-01

    Image denoising has become a very essential for better information extraction from the image and mainly from so noised ones, such as ultrasound images. In certain cases, for instance in ultrasound images, the noise can restrain information which is valuable for the general practitioner. Consequently medical images are very inconsistent, and it is crucial to operate case to case. This paper presents a novel algorithm SMU (Srad Median Unsharp) for noise suppression in ultrasound breast images in order to realize a computer aided diagnosis (CAD) for breast cancer.

  19. Segmenter le marché européen des services: une approche culturelle

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    Furrer, O.F.G.; Sudharshan, D.

    2001-01-01

    In this paper, we argue that expectations of service quality variy across cultural groups, as defined by each culture's position on Hofstede's cultural dimensions. We explicitly map the relationship between expectations and cultural dimension positions and draw out the implications for the

  20. La Santé: Une Approche Écosystémique

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    Le défi consiste à satisfaire les besoins humains sans altérer ni mettre en danger ... L'évolution de cette science a influencé la réflexion de médecins comme le docteur ... Pour les artisans d'une vision globale, l'humain et ses aspirations, son .... coûteux que bien des soins médicaux et des interventions en santé primaire.

  1. Les écrits professionnels des enseignants : une approche didactique exploratoire

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    Full Text Available Cet article rend compte d’une étude effectuée au sein d’une recherche sur les écrits professionnels des enseignants (DAUNAY, 2011 dans une perspective didactique. Le but de cette recherche était de contribuer à mieux identifier cet objet désigné par « écrits professionnels » en explorant la diversité, la nature et les fonctions des écrits que produisent les enseignants dans le cadre de leur travail. L’étude présentée ici, qui se base sur des entretiens avec des enseignants du primaire et du secondaire et des observations dans leurs classes, montre que ces écrits sont inhérents à l’accomplissement des différentes tâches (BARRERE, 2002 du travail enseignant. L’analyse qui articule une analyse des écrits à un cadre sociologique et didactique (SCHNEUWLY, 2000 de l’analyse du travail enseignant montre la prégnance de deux types d’écrits : les écrits organisationnels et les écrits communicationnels (LACOSTE, 2001 qui s’opposent à bien des égards. La mise au jour des fonctions de ces écrits dans leurs liens aux tâches du métier apporte un éclairage nouveau sur les tensions qui traversent le métier d’enseignant.Mots-clés : Ecrit professionnel. Didactique. Tâches. Métier. Enseignant.

  2. Pour une approche multilingue raisonnée dans l'enseignement des ...

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    d'enseignants formés pour enseigner ces langues et la peur du public d'aviver .... Ressources humaines, les Services juridiques, les Technologies de ... que leur gestion. 3.3 Langue d'administration des affaires de l'Autorité. Le Malawi étant un pays anglophone, comme nous l'avons signalé plus haut, l'anglais est donc la ...

  3. Approche numérique de la plasticité induite par transformation ...

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    Key words: Transformation induced plasticity; micromechanical modelling; diffusive transformation; ... Un essai typique de Taleb et al [19] a .... résultant de la simulation éléments finis, ..... Processes Modelling and Computer ... Transformations in Ferrous Alloys : Some. Discrepancies Between Experiments and. Modeling,.

  4. Une approche des politiques et de la gouvernance en matière d ...

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    Le débat au sujet de la liberté sur Internet s'est intensifié au cours des dernières années à mesure que des gouvernements et des organismes de la société civile examinaient des politiques susceptibles de préserver à la fois les libertés civiles et la sécurité en ligne. Des organismes de la société civile et des universitaires ...

  5. Approches plurielles du nom sans déterminant distributions, interprétations, fonctions

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    Réunies sous des perspectives plurielles, les contributions de cet ouvrage fournissent des appréciations diverses des distributions, interprétations et fonctions du nom sans déterminant. La pluralité des outils d'analyse adoptés permet de faire émerger le caractère composite des noms sans déterminant dans diverses langues.

  6. Les lexiques des jeunes dans les discours écrits des blogs : pour une approche descriptive

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    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available S’il ne faut pas confondre ce qui est appelé communément « langage SMS » et « langage des jeunes », nous avancerons toutefois que les pratiques langagières écrites des jeunes sur les supports modernes de communication, et notamment dans les blogs, présentent des particularités encore peu étudiées. Les traits observables les plus saillants sont ceux de la morphologie graphique, mais il n’en reste pas moins que certains jeunes utilisent des lexiques particuliers dans les blogs qui méritent une attention particulière. Nous nous proposons donc d’étudier les différents lexiques utilisés par des jeunes de 12 à 22 ans dans les blogs de la plateforme skyrock.com aux niveaux de sa diversité, de ses usages sémantiques variable d’un scripteur à l’autre pour un même mot, et de ses particularités morphosyntaxiques. En effet, nous observerons des lexiques divers allant des lexiques perçus comme relevant des cités à des lexiques perçus comme étant « branchés-jeunes », ou encore à des lexiques propres aux supports modernes de communication. Ainsi, nous analyserons des lexiques variés dans leurs usages écrits tels que bolos, bédave, gérer, ouf, tigen, ou encore des lexiques empruntés tels que mouv, full, etc., ainsi que des emplois particuliers de séquences autonomes comme lol. Quelques questions périphériques complèteront notre analyse telle que celles qui concerne l’influence des usages lexicaux entre pairs et le savoir partagé, la distinction de différentes communautés en fonction des lexiques utilisés, ou encore la variabilité des représentations graphiques d’un même mot.

  7. Les psychoses de l’épileptique: approche clinique à propos d'un cas

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    Charfi, Nada; Trigui, Dorsaf; Ben Thabet, Jihène; Zouari, Nasreddine; Zouari, Lobna; Maalej, Mohamed

    2014-01-01

    Pour discuter les liens entre épilepsie et psychose, les auteurs rapportent l'observation d'une fille âgée de 22 ans, traitée pour épilepsie fronto-temporale, adressée en psychiatrie pour des hallucinations sensorielles et cénesthésiques et un délire mystique et d'influence, apparus secondairement et non améliorés par le traitement antiépileptique. Les symptômes psychotiques, chez l’épileptique, peuvent entrer dans le cadre de psychoses intercritiques, post-critiques ou alternatives. Pour le cas rapporté, les symptômes psychotiques étaient intercritiques et chroniques. Il s'agissait vraisemblablement d'une psychose schizophréniforme. Dans ce type de psychose, une indifférence affective et une restriction des activités sont rarement rencontrés, alors que les fluctuations rapides de l'humeur sont fréquentes. Les thématiques délirantes sont assez souvent mystiques, alimentées par des hallucinations auditives et par des hallucinations visuelles inhabituelles. Les troubles négatifs sont rares. Les psychoses épileptiques n'ont pas été identifiées comme des entités nosographiques dans les systèmes de classification psychiatrique (DSM-IV et CIM-10), ce qui pose un problème de reconnaissance de ces troubles. Une collaboration entre psychiatre et neurologue devient ainsi nécessaire pour mieux comprendre cette comorbidité complexe, éviter les erreurs diagnostiques et optimiser la prise en charge. PMID:25309665

  8. Les manuscrits arabes et ajami au Cameroun: état des lieux et approche codicologique

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    L'histoire des manuscrits arabes et ajami au Cameroun remonte au milieu du 18e siècle. Elle est la résultante d'une action combinée entreprise par le prosélytisme musulman et l'activité marchande des populations venues, pour essentiel, de l'Afrique occidentale. Les commerçants ouest-africains et les voyageurs, tan européens qu'arabo-berbères, y ont contribué à vulgariser le papier italien  tre lune, pendant que les marabouts itinérants y ont participé à l'éclosion et à la démocratisation de savoir islamique. La combinaison des ces facteurs a donné lieu à l'instauration des chancelleries royales et à l'élaboration des thématiques qui relèvent la chronique, de la diplomatique et de panégyrique. Le style qualifie de sudani y est proche des formes calligraphique rependues dans le soudan occidental. L'encre et la plume sont conçues à partir des matériaux locaux. Les recherches dans ce domaine sont embryonnaires et très peu de manuscrits sons aujourd'hui inventoriés. Bien que le déficit de compétences constitue l'obstacle  majeur, la redécouverte des ces sources inédites de l'histoire du Cameroun par les jeunes chercheurs demeure encourageante.                    

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    يعود تاريخ المخطوطات العربية والعجمية في الكاميرون إلى منتصف القرن الثامن عشر، وذلك نتيجة تضافر الجهود الجماعية من قبل المسلمين الفاتحين، وأنشطة الجماعات القادمة أساسا من الأفريقية الغربية، حيث كان التجار الغرب الإفريقيون، والرحالون، الأوربيين والعرب البربر  قدا ساهموا جميعا  في نشر  الورقيات الإيطالية النظيفة، في الوقت الذي قام المعلمون  المتنقلون بجعل المعرفة الإسلامية أكثر ديمقراطية، وكان تضافر هذه العوامل قد أعطى فرصة  لإقامة ممالك وإمارات، كما ساعد ذلك على تكوين جذور راسخة قائمة على  الدبلوماسية،فالتعبير بالسودان، ليقع على البقعة من الأرض الممتدة حتى الإفريقية الغربية. فأخذوا المداد والقلم  من المواد المتوفرة محليا، وكان البحث في يتناول المواضيع السهلة والبسيطة، وقليل جدا من المخطوطات تم  جمعها وحصره حاليا، ولا شك أن نقص الكفاءات والخبرات في المجال يعد من أكبر التحديات التي تواجهها، وأن اطلاع الشباب الباحثين لهذه المصادر النادرة في تاريخ الكاميرون يظل من الأمور التي يجب تشجيعها.

     

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    Arabic and ajami manuscripts have been written in Cameroon since the mid eighteenth century. They resulted from a combination of initiatives from Islamic proselytisers and commercial activity (mostly initiated by the migrant populations from West Africa. Muslim traders contributed to the popularisation of the Italian paper tre lune while the itinerant scholars actively promoted the rising and democratization of Islamic knowledge. The combination of these factors contributed to the creation of royal chancelleries containing documents of many different types such as chronicles, diplomatic letters and poetic eulogies. The commonly used sûdânî style is close to to the calligraphic norms developed in Sudanic Africa. Both ink and pens were made from local materials. Today, research in this domain is just starting and very few manuscripts have been catalogued so far. Hampered by a lack of skills in reading Arabic writing, the rediscovery of these original primary sources of Cameroonian history by the younger generation of historians has great promise.

  9. Effect of nanosilver on metabolism in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): An investigation using different respirometric approches

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    Murray, Laura; Rennie, Michael D.; Svendsen, Jon Christian

    2017-01-01

    gene expression, gill damage, and impaired gas exchange, as well as mortality at high nAg concentrations. The present study reports the effects of nAg on the metabolism of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Fish were exposed to environmentally relevant concentrations (0.28 ± 0.02 μg/L) and higher (47.......60 ± 5.13 μg/L) for 28 d, after which their standard metabolic rate (SMR), forced maximum metabolic rate (MMRf), and spontaneous maximum metabolic rate (MMRs) were measured. There was no effect observed in SMR, MMRf, or MMRs, suggesting that nAg is unlikely to directly affect fish metabolism. On average......, MMRs tended to be greater than MMRf, and most MMRs occurred when room lighting increased. The timing of MMRf chase protocols was found to affect both MMRf and SMR estimates, in that chasing fish before respirometric experiments caused higher MMRf estimates and lower SMR estimates. Although compounded...

  10. Les structures ontologiques de l’éditorial socio-politique : une approche socio-cognitive

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    The aim of the present study is to analyze the conceptualization of ontological structures in a special type of journalistic writing represented by a socio-political editorial. According to the socio-cognitive approach (Goffman, Langacker, the author discusses the problem of discursive mechanisms related to the persuasive function of language and classification. Therefore, in basis of the gathered linguistic corpus, which constitutes of forty French editorials, treating about university and public service pension reforms, culled from the web pages of different journals and magazines (2007–2008, the author intends to describe the distribution of two semantic roles such as agent and patient (by means of the synthetic scheme presented in this paper in the context of the persuasiveness of media communication. The way of constructing the semantic roles of participants both influences and modifies the readers’ opinions and their perception of the world.

  11. Bajenu Gox : une approche communautaire pour la santé des mères ...

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    initiative de Bajenu Gox à l'amélioration de la santé des mères et des enfants dans tout le Sénégal. L'ancien président Abdoulye Wade a fondé ce programme communautaire destiné aux travailleurs de la santé en vue de donner à des femmes ...

  12. Approche Stratégique d'une biotechnologie au service de la ...

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    Ancien Directeur Général de l'Agence Africaine de Biotechnologie, Membre du Panel Africain de Haut Niveau sur la Biotechnologie ..... plus tard en Asie, » grâce a Norman Borlaug, prix ..... aux, et le transfert des, technologies dont les.

  13. Approche écobiosociale de la lutte contre la dengue et la maladie ...

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    1 février 2014 ... Entomological impact and social participation in dengue control : a cluster randomized trial in Fortaleza, Brazil ... Ecological, biological and social dimensions of dengue vector breeding in five urban settings of Latin America : a ...

  14. L'ordre dans le chaos vers une approche déterministe de la turbulence

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    Bergé, Pierre; Vidal, Christian

    1988-01-01

    Depuis une trentaine d'années, l'irruption du non-linéaire conduit à une transformation en profondeur de l'ensemble de la physique, d'importance comparable aux deux révolutions, quantique et relativiste, qui ont marqué celle-ci à l'aube du vingtième siècle.

  15. Actinides and lanthanides under pressure: the pseudopotential approach; Actinides et terres rares sous pression: approche pseudopotentiel

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    2002-07-01

    In the Density Functional Theory Framework, the pseudopotential formalism offers a broader scope of study than other theoretical methods such as global relaxation of the parameters of the cell or ab initio molecular dynamics simulations. This method has been widely used to study light elements or transition metals but never to study f elements. We have generated two non local norm conserving Trouillier-Martins pseudopotentials (one in LDA and one in GGA) for the cerium. To check the validity of the pseudopotentials, we have calculated the equilibrium volume and the incompressibility modulus and compared our results to previous all-electron calculations. If the GGA and non linear core corrections are used, the equation of state is in a good agreement with the experimental equation of state. A static study of the previously proposed high pressure phases give a transitions fcc-a''(I)-bct. Using the pseudopotentials we have generated, an ab initio molecular dynamics simulation at constant pressure, in the region between 5 and 12 GPa where the stable phase of cerium is not well defined, lead us to predict that a centred monoclinic structure, as the a''(I) phase previously observed in some experiments, is the most stable phase. We have also generated pseudopotentials for the light actinides (Th, Pa, U and Np). We have study their phase transitions under pressure at zero temperature. We compared our results with all electron results. The structure parameters have always been relaxed in this study. And for the first time in pseudopotential calculation, the spin-orbit coupling has been taken into account. The curves describing the variation of the volume or the incompressibility modulus depending on the elements and the phase transitions are always in agreement with the one found in the all electron calculations. (author)

  16. Approche numérique de la plasticité induite par transformation ...

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    The mechanical phenomenon called TRIP (Transformation Induced Plasticity), corresponding to a permanent strain induced by a phase .... produite (phase α). 2.1.1 Décomposition de la déformation. Le tenseur de déformation totale E tot. , résultant de la simulation éléments finis, est décomposée comme suit : E tot. = E el. +.

  17. Une approche de la compréhension écrite

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    2011-01-01

    Cette activité vise à faire travailler la compréhension écrite de façon motivante et un peu ludique, ainsi qu’à tester de façon informelle le niveau de compréhension de l’étudiant. Elle peut être pratiquée avec un nombre d’étudiants allant de 10 à 30 (dans ce dernier cas, l’enseignant ne peut réellement suivre le travail en cours de réalisation que si les étudiants sont regroupés en équipes de 2 ou 3 personnes) Elle ne requiert aucun matériel spécifique, à part les photocopies de documents é...

  18. "Techniques d'expression,""approche communicative," meme combat? ("Expressive Techniques,""Communicative Approach," Same Struggle?)

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    Vives, Robert

    1983-01-01

    Based on a literature review and analysis of teaching methods and objectives, it is proposed that the emphasis on communicative competence ascendant in French foreign language instruction is closely related to, and borrows from, expressive techniques taught in French native language instruction in the 1960s. (MSE)

  19. Approche psychanalytique de la psychose : structure, logique, clinique, éthique

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    2011-01-01

    For Freud and Lacan psychosis is not a deficiency. Nowadays, Schreber’s text still remains an unequalled paradigmatic treatise. For Freud, paranoid delirium is an attempt at recovery, and for Lacan it is an attempt to analyze severe logic. The thorny question of psychotic transference still remains. Freud does not believe that a psychotic patient is capable of analytical transference. Lacan thinks that at the beginning, the transference is likely to provoke a trigged of, furthermore the psych...

  20. Approche systémique du processus de gestion des ressources humaines

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    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available Rev.esc.adm.neg Mediante la comprensión de la teoría sistémica, su evolución y sus aplicaciones se plantearán los retos generales y específicos que afrontan actualmente los profesionales de Gestión Humana para diseñar y desarrollar sus procesos de manera sistémica, generando valor para la organización y aportando significativamente al desarrollo de la empresa y de los seres humanos que la conforman. Por lo tanto, este artículo presentará una exploración por las herramientas de la era de la máquina, su impacto en el proceso de pensamiento de los administradores, el significado de la era sistémica y sus aplicaciones e incidencias en el diseño de los procesos. Finalmente, se presentarán los retos específicos que los profesionales de Gestión Humana deben afrontar para intervenir sus procesos bajo un enfoque sistémico.

  1. Elaboration de nouvelles approches micromecaniques pour l'optimisation des performances mecaniques des materiaux heterogenes

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    Aboutajeddine, Ahmed

    Les modeles micromecaniques de transition d'echelles qui permettent de determiner les proprietes effectives des materiaux heterogenes a partir de la microstructure sont consideres dans ce travail. L'objectif est la prise en compte de la presence d'une interphase entre la matrice et le renforcement dans les modeles micromecaniques classiques, de meme que la reconsideration des approximations de base de ces modeles, afin de traiter les materiaux multiphasiques. Un nouveau modele micromecanique est alors propose pour tenir compte de la presence d'une interphase elastique mince lors de la determination des proprietes effectives. Ce modele a ete construit grace a l'apport de l'equation integrale, des operateurs interfaciaux de Hill et de la methode de Mori-Tanaka. Les expressions obtenues pour les modules globaux et les champs dans l'enrobage sont de nature analytique. L'approximation de base de ce modele est amelioree par la suite dans un nouveau modele qui s'interesse aux inclusions enrobees avec un enrobage mince ou epais. La resolution utilisee s'appuie sur une double homogeneisation realisee au niveau de l'inclusion enrobee et du materiau. Cette nouvelle demarche, permettra d'apprehender completement les implications des approximations de la modelisation. Les resultats obtenus sont exploites par la suite dans la solution de l'assemblage de Hashin. Ainsi, plusieurs modeles micromecaniques classiques d'origines differentes se voient unifier et rattacher, dans ce travail, a la representation geometrique de Hashin. En plus de pouvoir apprecier completement la pertinence de l'approximation de chaque modele dans cette vision unique, l'extension correcte de ces modeles aux materiaux multiphasiques est rendue possible. Plusieurs modeles analytiques et explicites sont alors proposee suivant des solutions de differents ordres de l'assemblage de Hashin. L'un des modeles explicite apparait comme une correction directe du modele de Mori-Tanaka, dans les cas ou celui ci echoue a donner de bons resultats. Finalement, ce modele de Mori-Tanaka corrige est utilise avec les operateurs de Hill pour construire un modele de transition d'echelle pour les materiaux ayant une interphase elastoplastique. La loi de comportement effective trouvee est de nature incrementale et elle est conjuguee a la relation de la plasticite de l'interphase. Des simulations d'essais mecaniques pour plusieurs proprietes de l'interphase plastique a permis de dresser des profils de l'enrobage octroyant un meilleur comportement au materiau.

  2. Approche multivalente pour l'amélioration des vaccins inactivés ...

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    9 avr. 2018 ... Les vaccins actuels contre la cowdriose ne sont pas très efficaces car ils protègent seulement contre un seul génotype, mais bon nombre de souches de la maladie peuvent être présentes dans la même zone. Quant aux vaccins contre la PPCC, ils sont produits à l'aide de cultures de la bactérie Mccp et ...

  3. Nuevos conceptos sobre el sistema muscular peribucal News concepts on the peribucal muscular system

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    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Realizamos una revisión de la musculatura perioral considerándola como un verdadero sistema y analizamos la participación muscular en las distintas funciones de los labios, introduciendo aquí la noción de un músculo buccinador compuesto por dos sectores: uno superior y otro inferior, con acciones e inervación diferentes. A partir de este enfoque, investigamos la dinámica comisural, a saber: acercamiento (oclusión-proyección labial y separación de las comisuras, así como también su elevación y descenso. En este aspecto enfatizamos sobre la intervención del sector superior del buccinador (junto a la columna canino-triangular en la oclusión-proyección labial y la del sector inferior del músculo como integrante del sistema de contención de la saliva al mantener aplicada la mejilla contra la arcada dentaria. Finalmente remarcamos la presencia de las ramas temporal y cervical del nervio facial señalando los límites de cada una y la importancia que esto representa en el normal funcionamiento del aparato labial.A review of perioral muscles is made considering theme as a real system. We analyze the muscle involvement in the various functions of the lips, introducing the notion of a buccinator muscle composed by two parts: an upper one and a lower one, with different functions and innervation. Therefore, the comisural dynamic is investigated, determining the approchement (lip occlusion-projection and commissure separation as well as its elevation and descend. It's emphasized that the buccinator upper sector (together with the caninotriangular column takes part in the lip occlusion -projection and that the buccinator lower sector is a salival containment system which applies the cheek against the dentary arcade. Finally, it's been highlighted the distribution of the facial nerve branches (cervical and temporal ones in order to denote their importance in the normal function of the lip complex.

  4. System Budgets

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    Jeppesen, Palle

    1996-01-01

    The lecture note is aimed at introducing system budgets for optical communication systems. It treats optical fiber communication systems (six generations), system design, bandwidth effects, other system impairments and optical amplifiers.......The lecture note is aimed at introducing system budgets for optical communication systems. It treats optical fiber communication systems (six generations), system design, bandwidth effects, other system impairments and optical amplifiers....

  5. Ventilation systems

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    1980-01-01

    The present paper deals with - controlled area ventilation systems - ventilation systems for switchgear-building and control-room - other ventilation systems for safety equipments - service systems for ventilation systems. (orig./RW)

  6. Integration of an Informatics System in a High Throughput Experimentation. Description of a Global Framework Illustrated Through Several Examples Intégration informatique des outils d’expérimentation haut débit. Présentation d’une architecture globale via plusieurs exemples

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    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available High Throughput Experimentation (HTE is a rapidly expanding field. However, the productivity gains obtained via the synthesis or parallel testing of catalysts may be lost due to poor data management (numerous manual inputs, information difficult to access, etc.. A global framework has then been developed. It includes the HTE pilot plants in the global information system. It produces dedicated computer tools offering spectacular time savings in the operation of HTE units, information storage and rapid extraction of relevant information. To optimize the productivity of engineers, Excel has been included in the system by adding specific features in order to treat it as an industrial tool (development of additional modules, update of modules, etc.. The success obtained by setting up the information system is largely due to the chosen development method. An Agile method (Agile Alliance (2012 http://www.agilealliance.org/the-alliancel[1] was chosen since close collaboration between the computer specialists and the chemist engineers is essential. Rather than a global and precise description of the framework which might be boring and tedious, the global framework is presented through 3 examples: scheduling experiments applied to zeolite synthesis; data management (storage and access; real application to pilot plant: dedicated interfaces to pilot and supervise HTE pilot plants, comparison of tests runs coming from several pilot plants. L’Expérimentation Haut Débit (EHD est un domaine en plein essor. Cependant, les gains de productivité obtenus via la synthèse ou le test parallélisé de catalyseurs peuvent être annihilés par une mauvaise gestion de données (nombreuses saisies manuelles, difficulté d’accès à l’information, etc.. Dans ce document, une nouvelle architecture permettant d’intégrer les unités EHD dans un système d’information global est présentée. Des outils informatiques dédiés ont été développés. Ils permettent

  7. SİSTEM YAKLAŞIMI VE SOFT SİSTEM DÜŞÜNCESİ

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    VAHAP TECİM

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available This research focused on the thinking methodologies for the problem solving environment. Historical development of System Thinking and distiction from the Experimetal Thinking also explored. It is necessary to use System Thinking logic and its approach for any activities. Sost System Methodology is a rapidly growing new approch on System Thinking, and the application details are given in this work.

  8. Embedded Systems

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    Embedded system, micro-con- troller ... Embedded systems differ from general purpose computers in many ... Low cost: As embedded systems are extensively used in con- .... operating systems for the desktop computers where scheduling.

  9. Thermal systems; Systemes thermiques

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    Lalot, S. [Valenciennes Univ. et du Hainaut Cambresis, LME, 59 (France); Lecoeuche, S. [Ecole des Mines de Douai, Dept. GIP, 59 - Douai (France)]|[Lille Univ. des Sciences et Technologies, 59 - Villeneuve d' Ascq (France); Ahmad, M.; Sallee, H.; Quenard, D. [CSTB, 38 - Saint Martin d' Heres (France); Bontemps, A. [Universite Joseph Fourier, LEGI/GRETh, 38 - Grenoble (France); Gascoin, N.; Gillard, P.; Bernard, S. [Laboratoire d' Energetique, Explosion, Structure, 18 - Bourges (France); Gascoin, N.; Toure, Y. [Laboratoire Vision et Robotique, 18 - Bourges (France); Daniau, E.; Bouchez, M. [MBDA, 18 - Bourges (France); Dobrovicescu, A.; Stanciu, D. [Bucarest Univ. Polytechnique, Faculte de Genie Mecanique (Romania); Stoian, M. [Reims Univ. Champagne Ardenne, Faculte des Sciences, UTAP/LTM, 51 (France); Bruch, A.; Fourmigue, J.F.; Colasson, S. [CEA Grenoble, Lab. Greth, 38 (France); Bontemps, A. [Universite Joseph Fourier, LEGI/GRETh, 38 - Grenoble (France); Voicu, I.; Mare, T.; Miriel, J. [Institut National des Sciences Appliquees (INSA), LGCGM, IUT, 35 - Rennes (France); Galanis, N. [Sherbrooke Univ., Genie Mecanique, QC (Canada); Nemer, M.; Clodic, D. [Ecole des Mines de Paris, Centre Energetique et Procedes, 75 (France); Lasbet, Y.; Auvity, B.; Castelain, C.; Peerhossaini, H. [Nantes Univ., Ecole Polytechnique, Lab. de Thermocinetiquede Nantes, UMR-CNRS 6607, 44 (France)

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    This session about thermal systems gathers 26 articles dealing with: neural model of a compact heat exchanger; experimental study and numerical simulation of the thermal behaviour of test-cells with walls made of a combination of phase change materials and super-insulating materials; hydraulic and thermal modeling of a supercritical fluid with pyrolysis inside a heated channel: pre-dimensioning of an experimental study; energy analysis of the heat recovery devices of a cryogenic system; numerical simulation of the thermo-hydraulic behaviour of a supercritical CO{sub 2} flow inside a vertical tube; mixed convection inside dual-tube exchangers; development of a nodal approach with homogenization for the simulation of the brazing cycle of a heat exchanger; chaotic exchanger for the cooling of low temperature fuel cells; structural optimization of the internal fins of a cylindrical generator; a new experimental approach for the study of the local boiling inside the channels of exchangers with plates and fins; experimental study of the flow regimes of boiling hydrocarbons on a bundle of staggered tubes; energy study of heat recovery exchangers used in Claude-type refrigerating systems; general model of Carnot engine submitted to various operating constraints; the free pistons Stirling cogeneration system; natural gas supplied cogeneration system with polymer membrane fuel cell; influence of the CRN coating on the heat flux inside the tool during the wood unrolling process; transport and mixture of a passive scalar injected inside the wake of a Ahmed body; control of a laser welding-brazing process by infrared thermography; 2D self-adaptative method for contours detection: application to the images of an aniso-thermal jet; exergy and exergy-economical study of an 'Ericsson' engine-based micro-cogeneration system; simplified air-conditioning of telephone switching equipments; parametric study of the 'low-energy' individual dwelling; brief synthesis of

  10. Data Systems vs. Information Systems

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    Amatayakul, Margret K.

    1982-01-01

    This paper examines the current status of “hospital information systems” with respect to the distinction between data systems and information systems. It is proposed that the systems currently existing are incomplete data dystems resulting in ineffective information systems.

  11. EXPERT SYSTEMS

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    Georgiana Marin; Mihai Catalin Andrei

    2011-01-01

    In recent decades IT and computer systems have evolved rapidly in economic informatics field. The goal is to create user friendly information systems that respond promptly and accurately to requests. Informatics systems evolved into decision assisted systems, and such systems are converted, based on gained experience, in expert systems for creative problem solving that an organization is facing. Expert systems are aimed at rebuilding human reasoning on the expertise obtained from experts, sto...

  12. Multibody Systems

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    Wagner, Falko Jens

    1999-01-01

    Multibody Systems is one area, in which methods for solving DAEs are of special interst. This chapter is about multibody systems, why they result in DAE systems and what kind of problems that can arise when dealing with multibody systems and formulating their corresponding DAE system....

  13. System dynamics

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    Kim, Do Hun; Mun, Tae Hun; Kim, Dong Hwan

    1999-02-01

    This book introduces systems thinking and conceptual tool and modeling tool of dynamics system such as tragedy of single thinking, accessible way of system dynamics, feedback structure and causal loop diagram analysis, basic of system dynamics modeling, causal loop diagram and system dynamics modeling, information delay modeling, discovery and application for policy, modeling of crisis of agricultural and stock breeding products, dynamic model and lesson in ecosystem, development and decadence of cites and innovation of education forward system thinking.

  14. Coupling component systems towards systems of systems

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    Autran , Frédéric; Auzelle , Jean-Philippe; Cattan , Denise; Garnier , Jean-Luc; Luzeaux , Dominique; Mayer , Frédérique; Peyrichon , Marc; Ruault , Jean-René

    2008-01-01

    International audience; Systems of systems (SoS) are a hot topic in our "fully connected global world". Our aim is not to provide another definition of what SoS are, but rather to focus on the adequacy of reusing standard system architecting techniques within this approach in order to improve performance, fault detection and safety issues in large-scale coupled systems that definitely qualify as SoS, whatever the definition is. A key issue will be to secure the availability of the services pr...

  15. Systems effectiveness

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    Habayeb, A R

    1987-01-01

    Highlights three principal applications of system effectiveness: hardware system evaluation, organizational development and evaluation, and conflict analysis. The text emphasizes the commonality of the system effectiveness discipline. The first part of the work presents a framework for system effectiveness, partitioning and hierarchy of hardware systems. The second part covers the structure, hierarchy, states, functions and activities of organizations. Contains an extended Appendix on mathematical concepts and also several project suggestions.

  16. Auxiliary systems

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    Meyer, P.J.

    1981-01-01

    Systems included under the heading ''Reactor Auxillary Systems'' are those immediately involved with the reactor operation. These include the systems for dosing and letdown of reactor coolant, as well as for the chemical dosing, purification and treatment of the reactor coolant and the cooling system in the controlled area. The ancillary systems are mainly responsible for liquid and gaseous treatment and the waste treatment for final storage. (orig.)

  17. Parcellaires fossoyés du Haut Empire des plateaux de Brie : Jossigny/Serris et Moissy-Cramayel (Seine-et-Marne. Approche méthodologique de l'étude des réseaux Ditch-marked land division from the Early Roman Empire, the Brie plateau: Jossigny/Serris and Moissy-Cramayel (Seine-et-Marne. Methodological approach to the study of networks

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    Gilles Desrayaud

    2009-05-01

    such reticulated systems were laid during the end of the Ist C. BC or the 1st half of the Ist C. AD. The occupied areas and the ditches were abandoned during the IIIrd C. AD. Those ditches, for the most part rectilinear and sometimes several hundred meters in length, could fulfill the triple function of drainage, land division and enclosure boundaries. Their morphologies along with their pedological and topographic contexts seem to imply a will to drain the surrounding soils, which may be linked to land cultivation. A methodology has been developed to study the orientation and positions of presupposed axes of linear features (ditches, walls, pathways..., leading to a hypothosis of contemporaneous “orthogonal” groupings. Statistical and comparative studies on the possible presence of distance and surface modules were also carried out. It appears that the surfaces of “orthogonal” delineated areas might have been determined on the basis of modules corresponding to or approaching units known from Antiquity. For both sites, those elements seem to represent strong indications as to the presence of an agricultural drainage and land dividing system, based at least partly on an orthogonal grid and fixed surface units.

  18. Bitcoin System

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    Jan Lánský

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available Cryptocurrency systems are purely digital and decentralized systems that use cryptographic principles to confirm transactions. Bitcoin is the first and also the most widespread cryptocurrency. The aim of this article is to introduce Bitcoin system using a language understandable also to readers without computer science education. This article captures the Bitcoin system from three perspectives: internal structure, network and users. Emphasis is placed on brief and clear definitions (system components and their mutual relationships. A new system view of the stated terms constitutes author’s own contribution.

  19. The Hybrid Lean System to Improve Manufacturing Environment

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    Ahmad Ahmad Nur Aizat

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Lean manufacturing is a systematic approch could increase manufacturing competitiveness by identifying and elminating waste through lean tools. However, these tools are often categorized into different groups, continues to be difficult for companies to select the most appropriate lean tool to be adopted, especially in respect of the SMEs whose knowledge of lean tools and associated principles are limited. This study is to propose solution on how to implement appropriate lean tools in food manufacturing industry located at Rengit, Johor. Qualitative method is used as a methodology to see the changes after the implementation of lean tools. Interview session also a part of method to collect data from respondents. The finding from this paper shows that implementation of an appropriate lean tool will help to eliminate waste in industry sector, maintain and control the inventory, improve quality of the product and improve overall operational process.

  20. JOSHUA system

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    Honeck, H.C.

    1975-04-01

    A major computational system called JOSHUA has been under development at the Savannah River Laboratory since 1968. The JOSHUA System has two major parts: the Operating System and the Application System. The Operating System has been in production use since 1970 and provides data management, terminal, and job execution facilities. The Application System uses these facilities in solving problems in reactor physics and engineering. Features of the Application System are the two-dimensional lattice physics and three-dimensional transient reactor physics capabilities, which have been in use since 1971 and 1974, respectively. The capabilities of the JOSHUA System are summarized, and statistics on size, use, and development effort are provided. (U.S.)

  1. Systems thinking.

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    Cabrera, Derek; Colosi, Laura; Lobdell, Claire

    2008-08-01

    Evaluation is one of many fields where "systems thinking" is popular and is said to hold great promise. However, there is disagreement about what constitutes systems thinking. Its meaning is ambiguous, and systems scholars have made diverse and divergent attempts to describe it. Alternative origins include: von Bertalanffy, Aristotle, Lao Tsu or multiple aperiodic "waves." Some scholars describe it as synonymous with systems sciences (i.e., nonlinear dynamics, complexity, chaos). Others view it as taxonomy-a laundry list of systems approaches. Within so much noise, it is often difficult for evaluators to find the systems thinking signal. Recent work in systems thinking describes it as an emergent property of four simple conceptual patterns (rules). For an evaluator to become a "systems thinker", he or she need not spend years learning many methods or nonlinear sciences. Instead, with some practice, one can learn to apply these four simple rules to existing evaluation knowledge with transformative results.

  2. Cognitive Systems

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    The tutorial will discuss the definition of cognitive systems as the possibilities to extend the current systems engineering paradigm in order to perceive, learn, reason and interact robustly in open-ended changing environments. I will also address cognitive systems in a historical perspective...... to be modeled within a limited set of predefined specifications. There will inevitably be a need for robust decisions and behaviors in novel situations that include handling of conflicts and ambiguities based on the capability and knowledge of the artificial cognitive system. Further, there is a need...... in cognitive systems include e.g. personalized information systems, sensor network systems, social dynamics system and Web2.0, and cognitive components analysis. I will use example from our own research and link to other research activities....

  3. Crystal Systems.

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    Schomaker, Verner; Lingafelter, E. C.

    1985-01-01

    Discusses characteristics of crystal systems, comparing (in table format) crystal systems with lattice types, number of restrictions, nature of the restrictions, and other lattices that can accidently show the same metrical symmetry. (JN)

  4. Filter systems

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    Vanin, V.R.

    1990-01-01

    The multidetector systems for high resolution gamma spectroscopy are presented. The observable parameters for identifying nuclides produced simultaneously in the reaction are analysed discussing the efficiency of filter systems. (M.C.K.)

  5. Expert systems

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    Haldy, P.A.

    1988-01-01

    The definitions of the terms 'artificial intelligence' and 'expert systems', the methodology, areas of employment and limits of expert systems are discussed. The operation of an expert system is described, especially the presentation and organization of knowledge as well as interference and control. Methods and tools for expert system development are presented and their application in nuclear energy are briefly addressed. 7 figs., 2 tabs., 6 refs

  6. Expert System

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    Hildebrandt, Thomas Troels; Cattani, Gian Luca

    2016-01-01

    An expert system is a computer system for inferring knowledge from a knowledge base, typically by using a set of inference rules. When the concept of expert systems was introduced at Stanford University in the early 1970s, the knowledge base was an unstructured set of facts. Today the knowledge b...... for the application of expert systems, but also raises issues regarding privacy and legal liability....

  7. Retrofitting Systems

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    Rose, Jørgen

    1997-01-01

    This report gives an overview of the different retrofitting possibilities that are available today. The report looks at both external and internal systems for external wall constructions, roof constructions, floor constructions and foundations. All systems are described in detail in respect to use...... and methods, and the efficiency of the different systems are discussed....

  8. Modelisation numerique et validation experimentale d'un systeme de protection contre le givre par elements piezoelectriques

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    Harvey, Derek

    de resonance et a maximiser l'amplitude des deplacements, ce qui contribue a reduire la puissance requise pour degivrer la structure. De plus, l'etude revele que le positionnement des actuateurs piezoelectriques est optimal aux endroits de deplacement maximal du mode de vibration excite. La plaque plane a ete degivree experimentalement en utilisant une densite de puissance moyenne de 0.77 W/in². Les simulations numeriques avec glace suggerent que des deformations approchant 200 microm/m etaient atteintes pour les cas experimentaux ou le degivrage fut un succes Ainsi, en ce basant sur un critere de deformation de l'interface glace/substrat suffisamment conservateur, le modele numerique pourrait servir a approximer la puissance requise pour degivrer une structure en fonction du nombre et du positionnement des actuateurs. Ce projet de recherche a atteint son objectif en demontrant que les systemes de degivrage piezoelectrique peuvent etre efficacement modelises. Les methodes decrites dans ce travail peuvent etre utilisees pour assister a la conception d'un systeme optimal pour des structures plus complexes.

  9. Multifunction system

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    Wauthier, J.; Fiori, R.

    1990-01-01

    The development, the characteristics and the applications of a multifunction system are presented. The system is used on the RBES laboratory pipes, at Marcoule. The system was developed in order to allow, without time loss, the modification of the circuit function by replacing only one component. The following elements form the multifunction system: a fixed base, which is part of the tube, a removable piece, which is inserted into the base, a cover plate and its locking system. The material, chosen among commercial trade marks, required small modifications in order to be used in the circuit [fr

  10. Operating systems

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    Tsichritzis, Dionysios C; Rheinboldt, Werner

    1974-01-01

    Operating Systems deals with the fundamental concepts and principles that govern the behavior of operating systems. Many issues regarding the structure of operating systems, including the problems of managing processes, processors, and memory, are examined. Various aspects of operating systems are also discussed, from input-output and files to security, protection, reliability, design methods, performance evaluation, and implementation methods.Comprised of 10 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of what constitutes an operating system, followed by a discussion on the definition and pr

  11. Systems integration.

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    Siemieniuch, C E; Sinclair, M A

    2006-01-01

    The paper presents a view of systems integration, from an ergonomics/human factors perspective, emphasising the process of systems integration as is carried out by humans. The first section discusses some of the fundamental issues in systems integration, such as the significance of systems boundaries, systems lifecycle and systems entropy, issues arising from complexity, the implications of systems immortality, and so on. The next section outlines various generic processes for executing systems integration, to act as guides for practitioners. These address both the design of the system to be integrated and the preparation of the wider system in which the integration will occur. Then the next section outlines some of the human-specific issues that would need to be addressed in such processes; for example, indeterminacy and incompleteness, the prediction of human reliability, workload issues, extended situation awareness, and knowledge lifecycle management. For all of these, suggestions and further readings are proposed. Finally, the conclusions section reiterates in condensed form the major issues arising from the above.

  12. Far East Asia | Page 27 | IDRC - International Development ...

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    Read more about Women and the Justice System in Cambodia. Language English. Read more about Traumatismes, développement et consolidation de la paix : vers une approche psychologique intégrée. Language French. Read more about Trauma, Development and Peacebuilding : Toward an Integrated Psychological ...

  13. Central Asia | Page 24 | IDRC - International Development Research ...

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    Read more about Women and the Justice System in Cambodia. Language English. Read more about Traumatismes, développement et consolidation de la paix : vers une approche psychologique intégrée. Language French. Read more about Trauma, Development and Peacebuilding : Toward an Integrated Psychological ...

  14. Ternary systems

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    Kagan, D.N.; Hubberstey, P.; Barker, M.G.

    1985-01-01

    The paper reviews the experimental and theoretical studies carried out on multicomponent alkali metal systems. Solid-liquid phase equilibria studies are mainly concerned with the systems Na-K-Rb and Na-K-Cs, and data on the liquidus temperatures in these systems are presented. The thermodynamic properties of the ternary Na-K-Cs eutectic system have been determined experimentally, and the enthalpy, heat capacity and excess functions of the alloy are given. An analysis of calculational methods used in determining thermodynamic functions of ternary liquid metals systems is described. Finally, data are tabulated for the density, compressibility, saturated vapour pressure, viscosity and thermal conductivity of the ternary Na-K-Cs eutectic system. (UK)

  15. Pour une approche écosystémique de la stratégie et la performance des incubateurs

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    Theodoraki , Christina

    2017-01-01

    This thesis is at the intersection of entrepreneurship and strategic management. It contributes to the emergence of a new theoretical steam inspired by the ecosystem approach and which aims to better understand the role of the context on the entrepreneurial dynamics. Its objective is more precisely a better understanding of incubator strategies in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. This research also addresses the relationship between these strategies and the incubators performance. The thesis by...

  16. ABRÉGÉ / La santé – une approche écosystémique | CRDI - Centre ...

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    20 déc. 2010 ... À partir de cette liste de revendications, l'équipe du Tata Energy Research Institute a déterminé des indices de bien-être et de la qualité de vie, ... aux prises avec des situations où l'environnement affecte la santé des populations, une démarche immédiatement applicable qui évolue vers la définition de ...

  17. Sur le front. Pour une approche géographique du front d'urbanisation: lotissements, voisinages, trajectoires

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    LE GOIX, RENAUD

    2013-01-01

    Volume 1 à paraître, Publications de la Sorbonne, 2016; On suburban fringes, the structuring of neighborhoods relies on fragmented and reticular morphological patterns. Based on a case study in Southern California, this research proposal highlights the outcomes of master planned communities as a major type of morphology on the metropolitan fringe (vol 1). Planned communities are investigated, both theoretically and methodologically (spatial analysis) so as to jointly confront the issues of sp...

  18. Information du Contexte comme une Ressource : Une Approche Orientée Service pour la Sensibilité au Contexte

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    Romero , Daniel

    2011-01-01

    Nowadays, ubiquitous environments become part of our daily lives. At home, work, cars, hotels, supermarkets and others public spaces we find technologies (electronics and computational elements) that try to make our life simpler and easier in a transparent way. In recent years, the potential of these environments is more and more exploited with the advent and widespread usage of smartphones. This kind of devices enables the execution of applications that are able to adapt seamlessly to the cu...

  19. Heavy metal pollutionof soil and new approch to its remediation: Research experiences in arid region in Morocco

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    El Hari, A.; Lekouch, N.; Chaik, M.; El Fadeli, S.; Sedki, A.

    2012-01-01

    Full text: With climate change and water scarcity remarkable for agricultural soils in the countries of North Africa, pollution with heavy metals represent a great danger for aquatic as well as terrestrial ecosystems. Indeed, they are persistent and non-biodegradable in the environment. When in excess, these metals may influence the soil's biochemical and physico-chemical characteristics, or disturb plants' physiology and contaminate alimentary chains. Therefore, a possible action for rehabilitation of contaminated sites would be an original approach: phytostabilisation. This technique, which is used in Europe but not yet in Morocco, consists of using plants in order to stop soil contaminant migration towards the aquifer. The objective of this study is to try to find vegetal species that are both adapted to the arid climate of Marrakech and capable of purifying the soil and the ground water. In addition, we have chosen to study waters and soils of two sites with different sources of contamination, both located in the surroundings of Marrakech, one representing the used water zone, namely the region of El Azzouzia and the other being the mining zone called D raa Lasfar . On the other hand, thanks to germination and growing tests, we have tried to apply the phytostabilisation technique on different soils by selecting varieties, among 15 vegetal species, which can resist the presence of heavy metals the most, especially Cadmium, and accumulate heavy metals in order to play a purifying role. Our study results have shown that among these 15 vegetal species, only three show the highest growth and most important resistance to Cadmium. The three vegetal species in question are Corn, Wheat and Trigonella. The study has also been able to demonstrate that among these three species, Trigonella is the most hyper accumulative of Zinc and Cadmium. It could therefore be suggested to be a means of phytostabilisation on polluted soils of the city and surroundings of Marrakech, especially that Trigonella is a widespread species in Morocco and perfectly adapted to the climate of Marrakech. The addition of complexant of the soil like Humic acids and EDTA accelerates the phenomenon of absorption metals by this plant and consequently the purification of the soil. This is variable according to metals. Indeed, it is very remarkable for cadmium and copper but weaker for zinc and lead.

  20. Rhétorique et argumentation : approches croisées Current Approaches to Rhetoric and Argumentation

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    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available 1. Considérations théoriques (Ruth AmossyL’intérêt croissant qui se manifeste aujourd’hui pour l’argumentation dans les études francophones n’est pas sans appeler quelques clarifications. Ducrot, qui a joué un rôle déterminant dans le regain des études argumentatives en France, s’y est récemment employé en différenciant nettement ce qu’il appelle « l’argumentation linguistique » et « l’argumentation rhétorique ». La première, dont il est l’un des promoteurs et le tenant, se définit contre « ...

  1. Maladie de Bowen à localisations multiples: présentation clinique et approche thérapeutique

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    Jean-Baptiste Andonaba

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available The Bowen’s disease (MB, also known as squamous cell carcinoma in situ is a neoplastic skin disease that was clinically and histologically individualized by Darier in 1914. The isolated lesions in the majority of patients can be multiplied in 10 to 20% of cases. We report many locations which has posed problems of therapeutic choice. It is the case of a 35-year-old housewife, seen in consultation for red colored and squamous patches associated to pruritus and pain. On the skin, the examination found red colored and squamous patches, in projection, shaped rounded with a very slow evolution combining in a variable manner, rashes, scales, crusts and keratosis. Patches tended to grow progressively. The vulvar lesions were pigmented patches. In the mouth, we noted ulcers and a diffuse hypopigmentation with cheilitis, perlèche and odynophagia. The oncology checkup in search of another skin, mucosal and visceral cancer was done without any cancer found and the general condition was retained. The histopathology performed on two biopsies confirmed the diagnosis. Considering the spread of lesions and after a pretreatment evaluation, we put the patient under 5fluorouracil in cream on evening and under isotretinoin capsule with favorable evolution in the third week. The multiple sites of MB are rare but pose a management problem because of the evolutionary potential of each individual lesion in squamous cell carcinoma. The choice of treatment depends on the general condition of the patient, the expected efficacy of the treatment but also on its tolerance and cost.

  2. Energy-Environment interface: an economic model approach; L`interface energie - environnement: une approche economique modelisee

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    Glot-Sanchez, N

    1995-03-17

    This thesis is separated in two parts. The first part has four chapters, from the first to the fourth one;the second part has four chapters, from the fifth to the eighth one. The first part describes an analysis of different areas about the subject: the energy sphere, the environmental sphere, the notion of external effects and environmental policy in terms of instruments. The second part is the analysis of the results of a model, aiming to determine the energy strategies in matter of electricity production and their investments to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. 181 refs.

  3. Étudier l'approche écosanté en Chine et en Asie du Sud-Est | CRDI ...

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    12 avr. 2017 ... ... villageois ont été reconnaissants qu'un expert du biogaz leur enseigne de bonnes méthodes de gestion en la matière, et certains villages ont même adopté de nouvelles règles d'assainissement à l'issue du projet. Près de 30 % de la production laitière en Indonésie a lieu dans la province de Java-Ouest.

  4. Towards hydrogen metallization: an Ab initio approach; Vers la metallisation de l`hydrogene: approche AB initio

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    Bernard, St

    1999-12-31

    The quest for metallic hydrogen is a major goal for both theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics. Hydrogen and deuterium have been compressed up to 200 GPa in diamond anvil cells, without any clear evidence for a metallic behaviour. Loubeyere has recently suggested that hydrogen could metallize, at pressures within experimental range, in a new Van der Waals compound: Ar(H{sub 2}){sub 2} which is characterized at ambient pressure by an open and anisotropic sublattice of hydrogen molecules, stabilized by an argon skeleton. This thesis deals with a detailed ab initio investigation, by Car-Parrinello molecular dynamics methods, of the evolution under pressure of this compound. In a last chapter, we go to much higher pressures and temperatures, in order to compare orbital and orbital free ab initio methods for the dense hydrogen plasma. (author) 109 refs.

  5. Phénomènes de transport : contribution de l'approche ab initio et applications

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    Vérot, Martin

    2013-01-01

    In a first part, we studied the magnetic properties of organic radicals (coupled with rare earth or between each other). We calculated the magnetic exchange and the g-tensor of these compounds to understand their magnetic susceptibility and thei magnetization curves via ab initio calculations based on the wave-function. We studied how the chemistry and the crystal stacking affect meaningful parameters linked to magnetism and conduction. Those parameters were extracted with the thory of effect...

  6. La prise en compte du contexte macro-économique mondial : l’approche par macro-scénarios

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    Messean Antoine

    2002-09-01

    Full Text Available Dans la méthode prospective SYSPAHMM, élaborée à l’INRA, nous construisons des microscénarios du futur à partir d’une description fouillée de la situation d’état du système étudié. Pour cela nous commençons par considérer que l’environnement socio-économique et écologique du système étudié est stable. Or, nous savons que cela est faux. Pour remédier à ce problème et sur l’exemple des protéines végétales et animales, nous avons, à partir d’hypothèses sur les modes de gouvernance mondiale, construit des macroscénarios du monde qui se caractérisent par six ensemble de variables. Nous étudions alors leurs effets sur le devenir des microscénarios et réciproquement. De cette manière, il est possible, au bout de quelques années, de comprendre le sens d’évolution générale du système étudié et, en actualisant les hypothèses qui ont servi à construire les microscénarios, de réécrire, sans recommencer tout le travail de prospective, des microscénarios plus adaptés à leur environnement. Celui-ci est décrit par le macroscénario dont la situation mondiale s’est rapprochée. L’exemple des protéines permet d’illustrer la démarche.

  7. Un essai réussi : l'approche participative pour les pâturages de la ...

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    13 oct. 2010 ... À mesure qu'elle s'ouvrait à une économie de marché, la Mongolie a restitué la ... définissant les modes de gestion des pâturages et des ressources connexes. ... La cogestion permet aux collectivités pauvres d'avoir accès aux ... points saillants de la table ronde internationale des économistes en chef.

  8. Les éleveurs et l'estive : pour une approche compréhensive des pratiques pastorales

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    Eychenne , Corinne

    2008-01-01

    International audience; Cattle farmers and mountain summer pastures: a comprehensive approach to pastoral practices. In the Ariège department (French Pyrénées), the restructuring of mountain cattle farming and of pastoralism has brought about profound changes in the relations cattle farmers entertain with the high mountain pastureland. Gaining insight into the endogenous meaning of the practices of cattle breeders traditionally using these summer pastures allows the highlighting of the emerge...

  9. Pour une approche spatialisée de la pratique sportive: l’exemple du football en milieu urbain

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    Frédéric Grosjean

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available The widespread expression of football confers on it the role of a service. A factor of community spirit in villages (basic service, in cities it conveys a more differentiated image (from a local service to an elite or scarce service. City clubs must adapt to varied demand (a recreational or competitive sport. The map of their recruitment areas shows up highly different spatial forms. City clubs’ recruitment areas reflect their purpose more than their local affiliation.

  10. Apport de l'approche systémique des systèmes d'élevage à l ...

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    Le paysage est occupé par de nouvelles steppes issues de dégradation où dominent Salsola vermiculata, Atractylis serratuloides, Noaea mucronata, Peganum harmala. Les formations psammophytes à Retama raetam, Thymelaea microphylla et Tamarix africana, s'étendent sur plus de 17 %. L'ensablement menace ces ...

  11. Innocence et cruauté : approche anthropologique de la poétique d’Eugène Savitzkaya

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    José Domingues de Almeida

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available One of the most impressive characteristics of the first novels (1977-1993 by the Belgian Minuit writer Eugène Savitzkaya, is about their specific modern pattern that some critics have called “hermetic”. Many factors contribute to this feature: childhood remembrance; self-fiction; psychanalysis. Therefore, grammatical elements ensure characters, places and behaviours’ ambiguity and undefinition. We will illustrate the narrative strategies in novels like Mentir, La disparition de maman or Les morts sentent bon; “novels” definitely based on ambiguity.

  12. Building Effective Collaboration in a Comprehensive Approach (Etablissement d’une collaboration efficace selon une approche globale)

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    2017-11-01

    contribute to these identified needs. 1.3 REPORT OVERVIEW In this introductory chapter we have briefly introduced the complexity of security and...The response was distributed over fifteen civil organisations and fourteen military (sub)sections (n = 47; 73, resp.). Statistical tests indicated...which provided an indication of their engagement in coordination. Subsequently, we used statistical multiple regressions to test for relationships

  13. Approche méthodologique de la mise en place d'un réseau multiservice

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    François , Denis

    1994-01-01

    Methodological approach for the development and the implementation of a multiservice network (MSN). Urban technical functions integration permits the development of public services in a qualitative and quantitative way, as well as a better global efficiency of the local technical organisation, it is built on an information exchange between urban technical services implemented by a divided telecommunication network. Noting on one hand the French policy-makers potential interest in functions in...

  14. Towards hydrogen metallization: an Ab initio approach; Vers la metallisation de l`hydrogene: approche AB initio

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    Bernard, St

    1998-12-31

    The quest for metallic hydrogen is a major goal for both theoretical and experimental condensed matter physics. Hydrogen and deuterium have been compressed up to 200 GPa in diamond anvil cells, without any clear evidence for a metallic behaviour. Loubeyere has recently suggested that hydrogen could metallize, at pressures within experimental range, in a new Van der Waals compound: Ar(H{sub 2}){sub 2} which is characterized at ambient pressure by an open and anisotropic sublattice of hydrogen molecules, stabilized by an argon skeleton. This thesis deals with a detailed ab initio investigation, by Car-Parrinello molecular dynamics methods, of the evolution under pressure of this compound. In a last chapter, we go to much higher pressures and temperatures, in order to compare orbital and orbital free ab initio methods for the dense hydrogen plasma. (author) 109 refs.

  15. Evaluation des risques-projet par une approche AHP/WPM: Application à un projet réel BTP

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    LMOUSSAOUI , Hafida; JAMOULI , Hicham

    2015-01-01

    International audience; La complexité et l'incertitude de l'environnement sont à l'origine de nouveaux défis auxquels les entreprises du domaine BTP font face quotidiennement. La maîtrise des paramètres des projets devient donc une nécessité pour leur pérennité. L'objectif du management des risques est de maîtriser ces paramètres pendant toutes les phases du projet. Il s'appuie sur un processus continu et itératif permettant successivement d'identifier et analyser les risques encourus, les év...

  16. Un panorama de la recherche française en économie comparant les approches Google Scholar et Econlit

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    Clément Bosquet; Pierre-Philippe Combes

    2012-01-01

    Nous utilisons les citations Google Scholar 2010 des économistes exerçants en France en 2008 afin de dessiner un panorama de la recherche en économie en France et de tester l'utilisation d'un support plus large qu'Econlit pour l'évaluation de la production de recherche. Nous comparons les indicateurs de citations tels que le nombre de citations divisés par le nombre d'auteurs, l'indice H ou l'indice G calculés aux niveaux individuels mais aussi des centres de recherche et universités avec des...

  17. Approche du Régime Processuel de l’Enquête de Police en Droit Positif Français

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    John CURIOZ

    2009-10-01

    Full Text Available If one were to define the penal procedure, one could say that it consists of all rules relating to the discovery of an offense, its prosecution and reckoning. These rules are scattered in sources written in French law. It may be from national or international sources. Our prosecuting authorities are facing a dilemma: on one hand, it is logical to allow them to do their utmost to find the guilty of an offense; on the other hand, the public and individual freedoms must be preserved at all costs. A balance must be found.

  18. Vie privée et partage de données personnelles en ligne : une approche typologique

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    Lancelot-Miltgen, Caroline; Gauzente, Claire

    2006-01-01

    If customers’ data are a source of major value for companies, their collection is confronted with the growing concern of consumers about their privacy, particularly on the Internet. The American literature traditionally identifies three groups. The objective of this research is to propose a typology of the French Net surfers according to the advantages' they seek in exchange of their data. We highlight the existence of four segments that present contrasted profiles on socio-demographic variab...

  19. Current progress in the permeability and its enhancement approches for TCM active ingredients across blood-eye barrier

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    Yu-Yang Bai

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Blood-eye barrier(BEBis one of the most important structures of organism to maintain homeostasis of the eye. However, it is the major constraint for the medication of intraocular diseases. Traditional Chinese medicines have distinctive advantages for the treatment of intraocular diseases, which can be used to regulate the physiological function of human body with low toxicity. In this article, we have briefly summarized the feature of BEB, with the domestic and foreign literatures combined, and mainly reviewed current progress in the field of study on the permeability of traditional Chinese medicines and effective components in BEB and promoting methods.

  20. L’enseignement commercial aux XIXe et XXe siècles approché par le genre

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    Thivend, Marianne

    2014-01-01

    L’enseignement technique et professionnel des filles forme pendant longtemps un angle mort des recherches historiques. Quant à l’enseignement commercial, il ne suscite l’intérêt des chercheurs que pour ses niveaux supérieurs de formation. Cet article propose donc dans un premier temps de revenir sur les conditions de l’émergence, depuis une vingtaine d’années en France, de ces deux domaines de recherche et d’examiner les croisements déjà réalisés. Dans un second temps et à partir des chantier...

  1. Thermochemical sulfate reduction in deep petroleum reservoirs: a molecular approach; Thermoreduction des sulfates dans les reservoirs petroliers: approche moleculaire

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    Hanin, S.

    2002-11-01

    The thermochemical sulfate reduction (TSR) is a set of chemical reactions leading to hydrocarbon oxidation and production of carbon dioxide and sour gas (H{sub 2}S) which is observed in deep petroleum reservoirs enriched in anhydrites (calcium sulfate). Molecular and isotopic studies have been conducted on several crude oil samples to determine which types of compounds could have been produced during TSR. Actually, we have shown that the main molecules formed by TSR were organo-sulfur compounds. Indeed, sulfur isotopic measurements. of alkyl-di-benzothiophenes, di-aryl-disulfides and thia-diamondoids (identified by NMR or synthesis of standards) shows that they are formed during TSR as their value approach that of the sulfur of the anhydrite. Moreover, thia-diamondoids are apparently exclusively formed during this phenomenon and can thus be considered as true molecular markers of TSR. In a second part, we have investigated with laboratory experiments the formation mechanism of the molecules produced during TSR. A first model has shown that sulfur incorporation into the organic matter occurred with mineral sulfur species of low oxidation degree. The use of {sup 34}S allowed to show that the sulfates reduction occurred during these simulations. At least, some experiments on polycyclic hydrocarbons, sulfurized or not, allowed to establish that thia-diamondoids could be formed by acid-catalysed rearrangements at high temperatures in a similar way as the diamondoids. (author)

  2. 2. L'approche fonctionnelle de la production verbale écrite. Où en sommes-nous ?

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    Fayol, Michel

    2016-01-01

    Un large consensus s'est dégagé au cours des deux dernières décennies relativement à la production verbale écrite (Alamargot & Chanquoy, 2001 ; Fayol, 2002). Ce consensus porte sur cinq points. Premièrement, l'activité rédactionnelle est complexe et doit être analysée en composantes pour être étudiée et éventuellement améliorée (Hayes & Flower, 1980). Deuxièmement, en accord avec les postulats de la psychologie cognitive, ces composantes comportent à la fois des représentations (lexicales, sy...

  3. Approche raisonnée de l'établissement de priorités en santé | IDRC ...

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    Six world-class research teams to investigate overcoming therapeutic resistance in high fatality cancers. The world-class research teams will direct their focus towards new frontiers in cancer research. View moreSix world-class research teams to investigate overcoming therapeutic resistance in high fatality cancers ...

  4. Defect detection in industrial radiography: a multi-scale approach; Detection de defauts en radiographie industrielle: approches multiechelles

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    Lefevre, M

    1995-10-01

    Radiography is used by Electricite de France for pipe inspection in nuclear power plant in order to detect defects. For several years, the RD Division of EDF has undertaken research to define image processing methods well adapted to radiographic images. The main issues raised by these images are their low contrast, their high level of noise, the presence of a trend and the variable size of the defects. A data base of digitized radiographs of pipes has been gathered and the statistical, topological and geometrical properties of all of these images have been analyzed. From this study, a global indicator of the presence of defects and local features, leading to a classification of images into areas with or without defects, have been extracted. The defect localisation problem has been considered in a multi-scale framework based on the creation of a family of images with increasing regularity and defined as a solution of a partial differential equation. From a choice of axioms, a set of equations may be deduced which define various multi-scale analyses. The survey of the properties of such analysed, when applied to images altered with different types of noise, has lead to the selection of the digitized radiographs best adapted multi-scale analysis. The segmentation process, uses the geodesic information attached to defects via connection cost concept. The final decision is based on a summary of the information extracted at several scales. A fuzzy logic approach has been proposed to solve this part. We then developed methods and tools for expertise guidance and validated them on a complete data base of images. Some global indicators have been extracted and a detection and localisation process has been achieved for large defects. (author). 117 refs., 73 figs.

  5. Approche concertée en matière de lutte contre la violence faite aux ...

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    Un projet antérieur (no 104346) avait permis au North East Network (NEN), en collaboration avec les services de santé et les forces de l'ordre de l'État du Meghalaya, de consigner les points de vue sur la violence faite aux femmes dans ces deux secteurs. En se fondant sur les constatations ayant émané de la recherche, ...

  6. Quelles approches pour synthétiser le fonctionnement physique des écosystèmes d'eaux courantes ?

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    HEROUIN E.

    1995-04-01

    Au regard des outils existants dans les différentes disciplines physiques, de ceux qui peuvent être adaptés à cette préoccupation et de ceux qu'il est nécessaire de développer, nous présentons différents axes de recherches possibles, associant hydrologues, géomorphologues, hydrauliciens et hydrobiologistes.

  7. Approches par points de vue pour l’ingénierie des Systèmes d’information

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    Brahim Lahna

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available Les concepts de point de vue, de rôle, de perspective et de vue ont été largement étudiés et utilisés dans de nombreux travaux, dans divers domaines de l’informatique. On retrouve ces notions dans les Systèmes de Représentation de Connaissances par Objets, les Bases de Données Orientées Objets, les Méthodes de Conception, la Programmation Orientée Objets, etc. Chaque domaine lui donne sa propre définition et l’utilise dans son propre contexte. La notion de vue se développe indépendamment dans ces différentes disciplines. Bien que les propositions différent, elles sont confrontées aux mêmes problèmes : établir des relations entre vues et garantir la cohérence des vues entre elles ou vis-à-vis d'un modèle de référence. Nous présentons dans cet article des travaux relatifs aux notions de vues et points de vue dans différentes disciplines informatiques en insistant sur une proposition originale pour une nouvelle ingénierie des systèmes d’information orientée perspectives et composants multivues réutilisables.

  8. Equations of state of heavy metals: ab initio approaches; Equations d'etat des metaux lourds: approches ab initio

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    Bernard, S.; Jollet, F.; Jomard, G.; Siberchicot, B.; Torrent, M.; Zerah, G.; Amadon, B.; Bouchet, J.; Richard, N.; Robert, G. [CEA Bruyeres-le-Chatel, 91 (France)

    2005-07-01

    The determination of equations of states of heavy metals through ab initio calculation, i.e. without any adjustable parameter, allows to access to pressure and temperature thermodynamic conditions sometimes inaccessible to experiment. To perform such calculations, density functional theory (DFT) is a good starting point: when electronic densities are homogeneous enough, the local density approximation (LDA) remarkably accounts for thermodynamic properties of heavy metals, such as tantalum, or the light actinides, as well for static properties - equilibrium volume, elastic constants - as for dynamical quantities like phonon spectra. For heavier elements, like neptunium or plutonium, relativistic effects and strong electronic interactions must be taken into account, which requires more sophisticated theoretical approaches. (authors)

  9. Approche raisonnée de l'établissement de priorités en santé | CRDI ...

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    L'Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) fournira un renforcement des capacités et des apports techniques accrus afin de répondre à l'appel des gouvernements des deux pays, qui manifestent depuis longtemps le désir de réduire les inégalités dans l'affectation des ressources en santé et l'accès à celles-ci.

  10. L’investiture impériale comme fête. Une approche comparative des fêtes de couronnement

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    Rudolph, Harriet

    2013-01-01

    La fête peut être décrite comme un mode spécifique d’inclusion sociale qui se distingue par une occasion spécifique, sa mise en relief démonstrative par rapport au quotidien tout comme le caractère collectif et la dimension de représentation ostentatoire qui lui sont propres. Dans la fête se constituent des cadres d’actions tels que la cour princière, la ville, la commune ou la paroisse en tant que structures sociales et politiques. Les fêtes sont des événements de communication dont des acte...

  11. The terrorist threat nuclear, radiological, biological, chemical - a medical approach; Menace terroriste nucleaire, radiologique, biologique, chimique - approche medicale

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    Revel, M.C. de; Gourmelon, M.C.S.; Vidal, P.C.; Renaudeau, P.C.S

    2005-07-01

    Since September 11, 2001, the fear of a large scale nuclear, biological and/or chemical terrorism is taken again into consideration at the highest level of national policies of risk prevention. The advent of international terrorism implies a cooperation between the military defense and the civil defense. The nuclear, radiological, biological and chemical (NRBC) experts of the health service of army and of civil defense will have to work together in case of major terror attack. This book presents this cooperation between civil and military experts in the NRBC domain: risk analysis, national defense plans, crisis management, syndromes and treatments. The different aspects linked with the use of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons are analyzed by the best experts from French medical and research institutes. All topics of each NRBC domain are approached: historical, basic, diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive. (J.S.)

  12. Coupling of neutron transport equations. First results; Couplage d`equations en transport neutronique. premiere approche 1D monocinetique

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    Bal, G.

    1995-07-01

    To achieve whole core calculations of the neutron transport equation, we have to follow this 2 step method: space and energy homogenization of the assemblies; resolution of the homogenized equation on the whole core. However, this is no more valid when accidents occur (for instance depressurization causing locally strong heterogeneous media). One solution consists then in coupling two kinds of resolutions: a fine computation on the damaged cell (fine mesh, high number of energy groups) coupled with a coarse one everywhere else. We only deal here with steady state solutions (which already live in 6D spaces). We present here two such methods: The coupling by transmission of homogenized sections and the coupling by transmission of boundary conditions. To understand what this coupling is, we first restrict ourselves to 1D with respect to space in one energy group. The first two chapters deal with a recall of basic properties of the neutron transport equation. We give at chapter 3 some indications of the behaviour of the flux with respect to the cross sections. We present at chapter 4 some couplings and give some properties. Chapter 5 is devoted to a presentation of some numerical applications. (author). 9 refs., 7 figs.

  13. Complex transfers in porous media: some physical and numerical approaches; Transferts complexes en milieux poreux: quelques approches physiques et numeriques

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    Maugis, P

    2006-06-15

    The feasibility and safety of nuclear waste storage containers is studied. The thermodynamics of water/air flow is described and applied, via a simplified numerical model, to a simple experimental apparatus yielding heat pipe effect. The 2D influence of deterministic boundary conditions is important on kinematics and transport. Dispersivity depends on the nonuniform flow type and integrates the often marginal Gaussian part of plume spreading. A new algorithm, based on jump locality and recalibration, avoids the small bias induced by inter-cell diffusive jumps. Several algorithms modeling transport of decaying, soluble, sorbing, or precipitating species are compared. Stability and precision criteria are analyzed. Up-stream over-precipitation and negative down-stream concentrations are observed for high solubility contrasts. (author)

  14. Efficacité De L'enseignement De La Compréhension Ecrite Par Une Approche Contextuelle (Ctl)

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    Nadeak, Sudung Saut

    2008-01-01

    Pembelajaran atau kegiatan belajar mengajar (KBM) merupakan langkah-langkah konkret kegiatan belajar mahasiswa dalam rangka memperoleh, mengaktualisasikan maupun meningkatkan kompetensi yang dihendaki termasuk didalamnya kemampuan membaca. Dalam pembelajaran, penetapan pendekatan tertentu, sangatlah penting dalam menunjang tujuan pembelajaran yang telah digariskan. Misalnya saja pendekatan kontekstual adalah konsep belajar yang membantu dosen mengaitkan antara materi dengan situasi dunia nyat...

  15. Approche pour la recommandation de ressources pédagogiques basée sur les liens sociaux

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    Tadlaoui , Mohammed; George , Sébastien; Sehaba , Karim

    2015-01-01

    Conférence EIAH 2015; Les systèmes de recommandation ont pour objectif de proposer des ressources pertinentes à une personne en utilisant certaines informations sur les utilisateurs et les ressources du système. Notre travail s’intègre dans le contexte des systèmes de recommandation de ressources pédagogiques et plus particulièrement des systèmes qui utilisent des informations sociales. En se basant sur les résultats de recherche dans le domaine des systèmes de recommandation, des réseaux soc...

  16. Émotions et apprentissage de l'anglais dans l’enseignement supérieur : une approche visuelle

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    Alexandra Reynolds

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available Dans le contexte actuel, où l’anglais prend une place de plus en plus importante dans l’enseignement à l’université, aussi bien pour la recherche que pour les enseignements, il est important d’explorer les attitudes des acteurs se voyant utiliser l’anglais de manière régulière au sein de l’enseignement supérieur en France. Cet article propose des outils à la fois pédagogiques et analytiques pour réfléchir sur les vécus d’enseignants-chercheurs et d’étudiants qui utilisent et apprennent l’anglais à la Faculté des Sciences de Nantes, France. Des outils méthodologiques qui associent le langage au dessin, sont proposés sous formes de mind-maps du cerveau (Buzan, Reynolds, de graphiques circulaires, de portraits corporels du langage (Busch et de parcours de l’apprenant de l’anglais (Kehrwald. Les créations visuelles sont analysées comme étant des exemples d’identités non-figées, créées par des locuteurs qui réagissent émotionnellement à leurs environnements d’apprenants en tant que créateurs de l’anglais (Jenkins. Emotions and learning English in higher education : a visual approach. Abstract: In France, where English is gaining ground in higher education, it is important to explore the attitudes of those who now use it on a regular basis. This article describes the pedagogical and analytical tools used to gather learner-identity accounts from academics and postgraduate student users of English at the university of Nantes, France. The methodological approaches, which combined language and drawing, were based on mind-maps (Buzan, Reynolds, pie-charts, language portraits (Busch, and language learner histories (Kehrwald. The resultant notes and drawings were analysed as representations of non-fixed identities of rightful creators of English who reacted emotionally to their learning environments (Jenkins.

  17. Recommender systems

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    Kembellec, Gérald; Saleh, Imad

    2014-01-01

    Acclaimed by various content platforms (books, music, movies) and auction sites online, recommendation systems are key elements of digital strategies. If development was originally intended for the performance of information systems, the issues are now massively moved on logical optimization of the customer relationship, with the main objective to maximize potential sales. On the transdisciplinary approach, engines and recommender systems brings together contributions linking information science and communications, marketing, sociology, mathematics and computing. It deals with the understan

  18. Material Systems

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    Jensen, Mads Brath; Mortensen, Henrik Rubæk; Mullins, Michael

    2009-01-01

    This paper describes and reflects upon the results of an investigative project which explores the setting up of a material system - a parametric and generative assembly consisting of and taking into consideration material properties, manufacturing constraints and geometric behavior. The project...... approaches the subject through the construction of a logic-driven system aiming to explore the possibilities of a material system that fulfills spatial, structural and performative requirements concurrently and how these are negotiated in situations where they might be conflicting....

  19. Systems Engineering

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    Vaughan, William W.

    2016-01-01

    The term “systems engineering” when entered into the Google search page, produces a significant number of results, evidence that systems engineering is recognized as being important for the success of essentially all products. Since most readers of this item will be rather well versed in documents concerning systems engineering, I have elected to share some of the points made on this subject in a document developed by the European Cooperation for Space Standardization (ECSS), a component of t...

  20. Energetic Systems

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — The Energetic Systems Division provides full-spectrum energetic engineering services (project management, design, analysis, production support, in-service support,...

  1. Intelligent systems

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    Irwin, J David

    2011-01-01

    Technology has now progressed to the point that intelligent systems are replacing humans in the decision making processes as well as aiding in the solution of very complex problems. In many cases intelligent systems are already outperforming human activities. Artificial neural networks are not only capable of learning how to classify patterns, such images or sequence of events, but they can also effectively model complex nonlinear systems. Their ability to classify sequences of events is probably more popular in industrial applications where there is an inherent need to model nonlinear system

  2. Systemic darwinism.

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    Winther, Rasmus Grønfeldt

    2008-08-19

    Darwin's 19th century evolutionary theory of descent with modification through natural selection opened up a multidimensional and integrative conceptual space for biology. We explore three dimensions of this space: explanatory pattern, levels of selection, and degree of difference among units of the same type. Each dimension is defined by a respective pair of poles: law and narrative explanation, organismic and hierarchical selection, and variational and essentialist thinking. As a consequence of conceptual debates in the 20th century biological sciences, the poles of each pair came to be seen as mutually exclusive opposites. A significant amount of 21st century research focuses on systems (e.g., genomic, cellular, organismic, and ecological/global). Systemic Darwinism is emerging in this context. It follows a "compositional paradigm" according to which complex systems and their hierarchical networks of parts are the focus of biological investigation. Through the investigation of systems, Systemic Darwinism promises to reintegrate each dimension of Darwin's original logical space. Moreover, this ideally and potentially unified theory of biological ontology coordinates and integrates a plurality of mathematical biological theories (e.g., self-organization/structure, cladistics/history, and evolutionary genetics/function). Integrative Systemic Darwinism requires communal articulation from a plurality of perspectives. Although it is more general than these, it draws on previous advances in Systems Theory, Systems Biology, and Hierarchy Theory. Systemic Darwinism would greatly further bioengineering research and would provide a significantly deeper and more critical understanding of biological reality.

  3. Caste System

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    Hoff, Karla

    2016-01-01

    In standard economics, individuals are rational actors and economic forces undermine institutions that impose large inefficiencies. The persistence of the caste system is evidence of the need for psychologically more realistic models of decision-making in economics. The caste system divides South Asian society into hereditary groups whose lowest ranks are represented as innately polluted. ...

  4. Recommender systems

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    Lu L.; Medo M.; Yeung C.H.; Zhang Y.-C.; Zhang Z.-K.; Zhou T.

    2012-01-01

    The ongoing rapid expansion of the Internet greatly increases the necessity of effective recommender systems for filtering the abundant information. Extensive research for recommender systems is conducted by a broad range of communities including social and computer scientists, physicists, and interdisciplinary researchers. Despite substantial theoretical and practical achievements, unification and comparison of different approaches are lacking, which impedes further advances. In this article...

  5. GEOMASS system

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    Ohyama, Takuya; Saegusa, Hiromitsu

    2009-03-01

    As a part of the research and development regarding characterisation of deep geological environment, the GEOMASS (GEOLOGICAL MODELLING ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION SOFTWARE) system has been developed by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency in order to carry out geological and hydrogeological modelling and groundwater flow simulation and so on. The GEOMASS system integrates a commercial geological interpretation system (EarthVision), which is used for geological modelling and visualisation, with a proprietary code for groundwater flow (FracAffinity). This integrated system allows users to make rapid improvement of models as data increases. Also, it is possible to perform more realistic groundwater flow simulation due to the capability of modelling the rock mass as a continuum with discrete hydro-structural features in the rock mass. This paper consists of 'Overview of GEOMASS system', FracAffinity Theoretical Background' and 'FracAffinity User Guide' and is edited as a GEOMASS system manual. 'Overview of GEOMASS system' describes the outline of this system. 'FracAffinity Theoretical Background' describes the information of technical background of FracAffinity software. FracAffinity User Guide' describes the structure of the FracAffinity input files, the usage of FracAffinity Interface and flow-solver. Updating of the FracAffinity has been continued as needed and FracAffinity version3.3 is the latest version at present (July 2008). (author)

  6. Systems integration (automation system). System integration (automation system)

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    Fujii, K; Komori, T; Fukuma, Y; Oikawa, M [Nippon Steal Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1991-09-26

    This paper introduces business activities on an automation systems integration (SI) started by a company in July,1988, and describes the SI concepts. The business activities include, with the CIM (unified production carried out on computers) and AMENITY (living environment) as the mainstays, a single responsibility construction ranging from consultation on structuring optimal systems for processing and assembling industries and intelligent buildings to system design, installation and after-sales services. With an SI standing on users {prime} position taken most importantly, the business starts from a planning and consultation under close coordination. On the conceptual basis of structuring optimal systems using the ompany {prime}s affluent know-hows and tools and adapting and applying with multi-vendors, open networks, centralized and distributed systems, the business is promoted with the accumulated technologies capable of realizing artificial intelligence and neural networks in its background, and supported with highly valuable business results in the past. 10 figs., 1 tab.

  7. Creative Systems

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    Manelius, Anne-Mette; Beim, Anne

    2007-01-01

    Opsamling af diskussioner på konferencen og udstillingen Creative Systems i september/oktober 2007. Konferencen og Udstillingen Creative Systems sætter fokus på systemer som en positiv drivkraft i den kreative skabelsesproces. CINARK inviterede fire internationale kapaciteter, som indenfor hver...... deres felt har beskæftiget sig med udviklingen af systemer. Kieran Timberlake, markant amerikansk tegnestue; Mark West, Professor på University of Manitoba, Canada, og pioner indenfor anvendelse af tekstilforskalling til betonstøbninger; Matilda McQuaid, Arkitekturhistoriker og kurator på udstillingen...... om Extreme Textiles på amerikanske Cooper Hewit Design Museum, samt Professor Ludger Hovestadt, ved ETH, Zürich der fokuserer på udvikling og anvendelse af logaritmiske systemtilgange. Udstillingen diskuterede ud fra deres meget forskellige arbejder, det kreative potentiale i anvendelsen af systemer...

  8. Reactive Systems

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    Aceto, Luca; Ingolfsdottir, Anna; Larsen, Kim Guldstrand

    A reactive system comprises networks of computing components, achieving their goals through interaction among themselves and their environment. Thus even relatively small systems may exhibit unexpectedly complex behaviours. As moreover reactive systems are often used in safety critical systems......, the need for mathematically based formal methodology is increasingly important. There are many books that look at particular methodologies for such systems. This book offers a more balanced introduction for graduate students and describes the various approaches, their strengths and weaknesses, and when...... they are best used. Milner's CCS and its operational semantics are introduced, together with the notions of behavioural equivalences based on bisimulation techniques and with recursive extensions of Hennessy-Milner logic. In the second part of the book, the presented theories are extended to take timing issues...

  9. Upgraded RECOVER system - CASDAC system

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    Yamamoto, Yoichi; Koyama, Kinji

    1992-03-01

    The CASDAC (Containment And Surveillance Data Authenticated Communication) system has been developed by JAERI for nuclear safeguards and physical protection of nuclear material. This system was designed and constructed as an upgraded RECOVER system, design concept of which was based on the original RECOVER system and also the TRANSEAVER system. Both of them were developed several years ago as a remote monitoring system for continual verification of security and safeguards status of nuclear material. The system consists of two subsystems, one of them is a Grand Command Center (GCC) subsystem and the other is a facility subsystem. Communication between the two subsystems is controlled through the international telephone line network. Therefore all communication data are encrypted to prevent access by an unauthorized person who may intend to make a falsification, or tapping. The facility subsystem has an appropriate measure that ensure data security and reliable operation under unattended mode of operator. The software of this system is designed so as to be easily used in other different types of computers. This report describes the outline of the CASDAC system and the results of its performance test. This work has been carried out in the framework of Japan Support Programme for Agency Safeguards (JASPAS) as a project, JA-1. (author)

  10. Watchdog System

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    Madsen, Tanja Kidholm Osmann; Bahnsen, Chris Holmberg; Jensen, Morten Bornø

    This deliverable is part of WP4. Overall WP4 is motivated by the need for automatic systems that can ease the task of annotating massive amounts of traffic data. Concretely this deliverable is related to WP4.2 - the watchdog system. The idea with the watchdog is to develop a system that can remov...... huge chunks of video data where no events/interactions of interest are occurring and hence let a user focus on manually annotation of only the interesting stuff....

  11. Dynamical systems

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    Sternberg, Shlomo

    2010-01-01

    Celebrated mathematician Shlomo Sternberg, a pioneer in the field of dynamical systems, created this modern one-semester introduction to the subject for his classes at Harvard University. Its wide-ranging treatment covers one-dimensional dynamics, differential equations, random walks, iterated function systems, symbolic dynamics, and Markov chains. Supplementary materials offer a variety of online components, including PowerPoint lecture slides for professors and MATLAB exercises.""Even though there are many dynamical systems books on the market, this book is bound to become a classic. The the

  12. Water systems

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    Riess, R.

    1980-01-01

    The present paper describes the coolant chemistry and its consequences for 1300 MWsub(e) KWU PWR plants. Some selected systems, i.e. primary heat transport system, steam water cycle and cooling water arrangements, are chosen for this description. Various aspects of coolant chemistry regarding general corrosion, selective types of corrosion and deposits on heat transfer surfaces have been discussed. The water supply systems necessary to fulfill the requirements of the coolant chemistry are discussed as well. It has been concluded that a good operating performance can only be achieved when - beside other factors - the water chemistry has been given sufficient consideration. (orig./RW)

  13. Water systems

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    Riess, R.

    1981-01-01

    The present paper describes the coolant chemistry and its consequences for 1300 MWsub(e) KWU PWR plants. Some selected systems, i.e. primary heat transport system, steam water cycle and cooling water arrangements, are chosen for this description. Various aspects of coolant chemistry regarding general corrosion, selective types of corrosion and deposits on heat transfer surface have been discussed. The water supply systems necessary to fulfill the requirements of the coolant chemistry are discussed as well. It has been concluded that a good operating performance can only be achieved when - beside other factors - the water chemistry has been given sufficient consideration. (orig./RW)

  14. Imaging system

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    Froggatt, R.J.

    1981-01-01

    The invention provides a two dimensional imaging system in which a pattern of radiation falling on the system is detected to give electrical signals for each of a plurality of strips across the pattern. The detection is repeated for different orientations of the strips and the whole processed by compensated back projection. For a shadow x-ray system a plurality of strip x-ray detectors are rotated on a turntable. For lower frequencies the pattern may be rotated with a Dove prism and the strips condensed to suit smaller detectors with a cylindrical lens. (author)

  15. Kaonic systems

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    Oset E.

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available I make a short review of the situation of the kaonic systems, with novel information supporting the two Λ(1405 states from the K-d → nπΣ reaction. A review is made of the K¯$ar K$NN system with recent calculations converging to smaller bindings and larger widths. Novel systems involving two kaons and one nucleon or three kaons are also reported and finally a short discussion is made of the analogous state DNN for which recent studies find a large binding and a small width.

  16. The systems integration modeling system

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    Danker, W.J.; Williams, J.R.

    1990-01-01

    This paper discusses the systems integration modeling system (SIMS), an analysis tool for the detailed evaluation of the structure and related performance of the Federal Waste Management System (FWMS) and its interface with waste generators. It's use for evaluations in support of system-level decisions as to FWMS configurations, the allocation, sizing, balancing and integration of functions among elements, and the establishment of system-preferred waste selection and sequencing methods and other operating strategies is presented. SIMS includes major analysis submodels which quantify the detailed characteristics of individual waste items, loaded casks and waste packages, simulate the detailed logistics of handling and processing discrete waste items and packages, and perform detailed cost evaluations

  17. ring system

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    1,3,2-DIAZABORACYCLOALKANE. RING SYSTEM. Negussie Retta" and Robert H. Neilson. 'Department of Chemistry, Addis Ababa University, P.O. Box 1176, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Department of Chemistry, Texas Christian University.

  18. Septic Systems

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    The web site provides guidance and technical assistance for homeowners, government officials, industry professionals, and EPA partners about how to properly develop and manage individual onsite and community cluster systems that treat domestic wastewater.

  19. Respiratory system

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    Bartlett, R. G., Jr.

    1973-01-01

    The general anatomy and function of the human respiratory system is summarized. Breathing movements, control of breathing, lung volumes and capacities, mechanical relations, and factors relevant to respiratory support and equipment design are discussed.

  20. Bubble systems

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    Avdeev, Alexander A

    2016-01-01

    This monograph presents a systematic analysis of bubble system mathematics, using the mechanics of two-phase systems in non-equilibrium as the scope of analysis. The author introduces the thermodynamic foundations of bubble systems, ranging from the fundamental starting points to current research challenges. This book addresses a range of topics, including description methods of multi-phase systems, boundary and initial conditions as well as coupling requirements at the phase boundary. Moreover, it presents a detailed study of the basic problems of bubble dynamics in a liquid mass: growth (dynamically and thermally controlled), collapse, bubble pulsations, bubble rise and breakup. Special emphasis is placed on bubble dynamics in turbulent flows. The analysis results are used to write integral equations governing the rate of vapor generation (condensation) in non-equilibrium flows, thus creating a basis for solving a number of practical problems. This book is the first to present a comprehensive theory of boil...

  1. Systems Biology

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    study and understand the function of biological systems, particu- larly, the response of such .... understand the organisation and behaviour of prokaryotic sys- tems. ... relationship of the structure of a target molecule to its ability to bind a certain ...

  2. Bricks / Systems

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    At first glance, this book may appear eclectic. It contains writings from architectural practice in a language and structure based on subjective views and experiences, combined with research contributions based on systematic design investigations of discrete computational systems. Discussions range......, and it aims to illustrate and identify new modes of working in architecture, particularly with regards to brickwork and other complex systems of modular assemblies, whether physical or digital....

  3. Expert Systems

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    Lucas, P.J.F.

    2005-01-01

    Expert systems mimic the problem-solving activity of human experts in specialized domains by capturing and representing expert knowledge. Expert systems include a knowledge base, an inference engine that derives conclusions from the knowledge, and a user interface. Knowledge may be stored as if-then rules, orusing other formalisms such as frames and predicate logic. Uncertain knowledge may be represented using certainty factors, Bayesian networks, Dempster-Shafer belief functions, or fuzzy se...

  4. Nanorobotic Systems

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    Lixin Dong

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available Two strategies towards the realization of nanotechnology have been presented, i.e., top-down and bottom up. The former one is mainly based on nanofabrication and includes technologies such as nano-lithography, nano-imprint, and etching. Presently, they are still 2D fabrication processes with low resolution. The later one is an assembly-based technique. At present, it includes such items as self-assembly, dip-pen lithography, and directed self-assembly. These techniques can generate regular nano patterns in large scales. To fabricate 3D complex nano devices there are still no effective ways by so far. Here we show our effort on the development of a nano laboratory, a prototype nanomanufacturing system, based on nanorobotic manipulations. In which, we take a hybrid strategy as shown in Fig. 1. In this system, nano fabrication and nano assembly can be performed in an arbitrary order to construct nano building blocks and finally nano devices. The most important feature in this system is that the products can be fed back into the system to shrink the system part by part leading to nanorobots. Property characterization can be performed in each intermediate process. Due to the nanorobotic manipulation system, dynamic measurement can be performed rather than conventional static observations.

  5. Fiscal system analysis - contractual systems

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    Kaiser, M.J.

    2006-01-01

    Production sharing contracts are one of the most popular forms of contractual system used in petroleum agreements around the world, but the manner in which the fiscal terms and contract parameters impact system measures is complicated and not well understood. The purpose of this paper is to quantify the influence of private and market uncertainty in contractual fiscal systems. A meta-modelling approach is employed that couples the results of a simulation model with regression analysis to construct numerical functionals that quantify the fiscal regime. Relationships are derived that specify how the present value, rate of return, and take statistics vary as a function of the system parameters. The deepwater Girassol field development in Angola is taken as a case study. (author)

  6. Reactor system

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    Miyano, Hiroshi; Narabayashi, Naoshi.

    1990-01-01

    The represent invention concerns a reactor system with improved water injection means to a pressure vessel of a BWR type reactor. A steam pump is connected to a heat removing system pipeline, a high pressure water injection system pipeline and a low pressure water injection system pipeline for injecting water into the pressure vessel. A pump actuation pipeline is disposed being branched from a main steam pump or a steam relieaf pipeline system, through which steams are supplied to actuate the steam pump and supply cooling water into the pressure vessel thereby cooling the reactor core. The steam pump converts the heat energy into the kinetic energy and elevates the pressure of water to a level higher than the pressure of the steams supplied by way of a pressure-elevating diffuser. Cooling water can be supplied to the pressure vessel by the pressure elevation. This can surely inject cooling water into the pressure vessel upon loss of coolant accident or in a case if reactor scram is necessary, without using an additional power source. (I.N.)

  7. ARAC system

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    Kelly, M.F.; Wyman, R.H.

    1975-01-01

    In spite of the remarkable safety record of the nuclear industry as a whole, recent public concern over the potential impact of the industry's accelerated growth has prompted ERDA to expand its emergency response procedures. The Atmospheric Release Advisory Capability, ARAC, is a computer communications system designed to enhance the existing emergency response capability of ERDA nuclear facilities. ARAC will add at least two new functions to this capability: centralized, real-time data acquisition and storage, and simulation of the long range atmospheric transport of hazardous materials. To perform these functions, ARAC employs four major sub-systems or facilities: the site facility, the central facility, the global weather center and the regional model. The system has been under development for the past two years at the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory of the University of California

  8. Microbiology System

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    1992-01-01

    Technology originating in a NASA-sponsored study of the measurement of microbial growth in zero gravity led to the development of Biomerieux Vitek, Inc.'s VITEK system. VITEK provides a physician with accurate diagnostic information and identifies the most effective medication. Test cards are employed to identify organisms and determine susceptibility to antibiotics. A photo-optical scanner scans the card and monitors changes in the growth of cells contained within the card. There are two configurations - VITEK and VITEK JR as well as VIDAS, a companion system that detects bacteria, viruses, etc. from patient specimens. The company was originally created by McDonnell Douglas, the NASA contractor.

  9. Spin systems

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    Caspers, W J

    1989-01-01

    This book is about spin systems as models for magnetic materials, especially antiferromagnetic lattices. Spin-systems are well-defined models, for which, in special cases, exact properties may be derived. These special cases are for the greater part, one- dimensional and restricted in their applicability, but they may give insight into general properties that also exist in higher dimension. This work pays special attention to qualitative differences between spin lattices of different dimensions. It also replaces the traditional picture of an (ordered) antiferromagnetic state of a Heisenberg sy

  10. Distributed systems

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    Van Steen, Maarten

    2017-01-01

    For this third edition of "Distributed Systems," the material has been thoroughly revised and extended, integrating principles and paradigms into nine chapters: 1. Introduction 2. Architectures 3. Processes 4. Communication 5. Naming 6. Coordination 7. Replication 8. Fault tolerance 9. Security A separation has been made between basic material and more specific subjects. The latter have been organized into boxed sections, which may be skipped on first reading. To assist in understanding the more algorithmic parts, example programs in Python have been included. The examples in the book leave out many details for readability, but the complete code is available through the book's Website, hosted at www.distributed-systems.net.

  11. Immune System

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    ... of the Immune System Print en español El sistema inmunitario Whether you're stomping through the showers ... of Use Notice of Nondiscrimination Visit the Nemours Web site. Note: All information on TeensHealth® is for ...

  12. Operating Systems

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    areas in which this type is useful are multimedia, virtual reality, and advanced scientific projects such as undersea exploration and planetary rovers. Because of the expanded uses for soft real-time functionality, it is finding its way into most current operating systems, including major versions of Unix and Windows NT OS.

  13. Barrier Systems

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    Heteren, S. van

    2015-01-01

    Barrier-system dynamics are a function of antecedent topography and substrate lithology, Relative sea-level (RSL) changes, sediment availability and type, climate, vegetation type and cover, and various aero- and hydrodynamic processes during fair-weather conditions and extreme events. Global change

  14. Systems Science

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    Christakis, Alexander; Hammond, Debora; Jackson, Michael; Laszlo, Alexander; Mitroff, Ian; Snowden, Dave; Troncale, Len; Carr-Chellman, Alison; Spector, J. Michael; Wilson, Brent

    2013-01-01

    Scholars representing the field of systems science were asked to identify what they considered to be the most exciting and imaginative work currently being done in their field, as well as how that work might change our understanding. The scholars included Alexander Christakis, Debora Hammond, Michael Jackson, Alexander Laszlo, Ian Mitroff, Dave…

  15. Transport system

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    Drenth, K.F.

    1999-01-01

    The transport system comprises at least one road surface (2) and at least one vehicle (4) on wheels (6). The road surface (2) has a substantially bowl-shaped cross section and the vehicle (4) is designed so that the wheels (6) run directly on the road surface (2) while the road surface (2) acts as a

  16. Quorum Systems

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    Wattenhofer, Roger; Förster, Klaus-Tycho

    2016-01-01

    What happens if a single server is no longer powerful enough to service all your customers? The obvious choice is to add more servers and to use the majority approach (e.g. Paxos, Chapter 2) to guarantee consistency. However, even if you buy one million servers, a client still has to access more ...... study the theory behind overlapping sets, known as quorum systems....

  17. System Dynamics

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    Morecroft, John

    System dynamics is an approach for thinking about and simulating situations and organisations of all kinds and sizes by visualising how the elements fit together, interact and change over time. This chapter, written by John Morecroft, describes modern system dynamics which retains the fundamentals developed in the 1950s by Jay W. Forrester of the MIT Sloan School of Management. It looks at feedback loops and time delays that affect system behaviour in a non-linear way, and illustrates how dynamic behaviour depends upon feedback loop structures. It also recognises improvements as part of the ongoing process of managing a situation in order to achieve goals. Significantly it recognises the importance of context, and practitioner skills. Feedback systems thinking views problems and solutions as being intertwined. The main concepts and tools: feedback structure and behaviour, causal loop diagrams, dynamics, are practically illustrated in a wide variety of contexts from a hot water shower through to a symphony orchestra and the practical application of the approach is described through several real examples of its use for strategic planning and evaluation.

  18. System Description:

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    Schürmann, Carsten; Poswolsky, Adam

    2009-01-01

    Delphin is a functional programming language [Adam Poswolsky and Carsten Schürmann. Practical programming with higher-order encodings and dependent types. In European Symposium on Programming (ESOP), 2008] utilizing dependent higher-order datatypes. Delphin's two-level type-system cleanly separates...

  19. Immune System

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    A properly functioning immune system is essential to good health. It defends the body against infectious agents and in some cases tumor cells. Individuals with immune deficiencies resulting from genetic defects, diseases (e.g., AIDS, leukemia), or drug therapies are more suscepti...

  20. Bioenergy systems

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    Mitchell, C.P.

    1997-01-01

    The objective of this paper is to demonstrate that a bioenergy system has to be considered as an integrated process in which each stage or step interacts with other steps in the overall process. There are a number of stages in the supply and conversion of woody biomass for energy. Each step in the chain has implications for the next step and for overall system efficiency. The resource can take many forms and will have varying physical and chemical characteristics which will influence the efficiency and cost of conversion. The point in the supply chain at which size and moisture content is reduced and the manner in which it is done is influential in determining feedstock delivered cost and overall system costs. To illustrate the interactions within the overall system, the influence of the nature, size and moisture content of delivered feedstocks on costs of generating electricity via thermal conversion processes is examined using a model developed to investigate the inter-relationships between the stages in the supply chain. (author)

  1. Urogenital system

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    Hamm, B.; Asbach, P.; Beyersdorff, D.; Hein, P.; Zaspel, U.

    2007-01-01

    The book is focussed on the radiological diagnostics of diseases in the urogential system. The description of the specific diseases, the identification by modern imaging techniques, the interpretation of examinatory results and therapeutic options are systematically treated in 4 chapters: kidney and adrenal glands, urinary tract, male genitals, female genitals

  2. Mirror systems.

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    Fogassi, Leonardo; Ferrari, Pier Francesco

    2011-01-01

    Mirror neurons are a class of visuomotor neurons, discovered in the monkey premotor cortex and in an anatomically connected area of the inferior parietal lobule, that activate both during action execution and action observation. They constitute a circuit dedicated to match actions made by others with the internal motor representations of the observer. It has been proposed that this matching system enables individuals to understand others' behavior and motor intentions. Here we will describe the main features of mirror neurons in monkeys. Then we will present evidence of the presence of a mirror system in humans and of its involvement in several social-cognitive functions, such as imitation, intention, and emotion understanding. This system may have several implications at a cognitive level and could be linked to specific social deficits in humans such as autism. Recent investigations addressed the issue of the plasticity of the mirror neuron system in both monkeys and humans, suggesting also their possible use in rehabilitation. WIREs Cogn Sci 2011 2 22-38 DOI: 10.1002/wcs.89 For further resources related to this article, please visit the WIREs website. Copyright © 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  3. Systemic Planning

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    Leleur, Steen

    This book presents principles and methodology for planning in a complex world. It sets out a so-called systemic approach to planning, among other things, by applying “hard” and “soft” methodologies and methods in combination. The book is written for Ph.D and graduate students in engineering...

  4. Energy systems

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    Haefele, W.

    1974-01-01

    Up to the present the production, transmission and distribution of energy has been considered mostly as a fragmented problem; at best only subsystems have been considered. Today the scale of energy utilization is increasing rapidly, and correspondingly, the reliance of societies on energy. Such strong quantitative increases influence the qualitative nature of energy utilization in most of its aspects. Resources, reserves, reliability and environment are among the key words that may characterize the change in the nature of the energy utilization problem. Energy can no longer be considered an isolated technical and economical problem, rather it is embedded in the ecosphere and the society-technology complex. Restraints and boundary conditions have to be taken into account with the same degree of attention as in traditional technical problems, for example a steam turbine. This results in a strong degree of interweaving. Further, the purpose of providing energy becomes more visible, that is, to make survival possible in a civilized and highly populated world on a finite globe. Because of such interweaving and finiteness it is felt that energy should be considered as a system and therefore the term 'energy systems' is used. The production of energy is only one component of such a system; the handling of energy and the embedding of energy into the global and social complex in terms of ecology, economy, risks and resources are of similar importance. he systems approach to the energy problem needs more explanation. This paper is meant to give an outline of the underlying problems and it is hoped that by so doing the wide range of sometimes confusing voices about energy can be better understood. Such confusion starts already with the term 'energy crisis'. Is there an energy crisis or not? Much future work is required to tackle the problems of energy systems. This paper can only marginally help in that respect. But it is hoped that it will help understand the scope of the

  5. Energy systems

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    Haefele, W [Nuclear Research Centre, Applied Systems Analysis and Reactor Physics, Karlsruhe (Germany); International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg (Austria)

    1974-07-01

    Up to the present the production, transmission and distribution of energy has been considered mostly as a fragmented problem; at best only subsystems have been considered. Today the scale of energy utilization is increasing rapidly, and correspondingly, the reliance of societies on energy. Such strong quantitative increases influence the qualitative nature of energy utilization in most of its aspects. Resources, reserves, reliability and environment are among the key words that may characterize the change in the nature of the energy utilization problem. Energy can no longer be considered an isolated technical and economical problem, rather it is embedded in the ecosphere and the society-technology complex. Restraints and boundary conditions have to be taken into account with the same degree of attention as in traditional technical problems, for example a steam turbine. This results in a strong degree of interweaving. Further, the purpose of providing energy becomes more visible, that is, to make survival possible in a civilized and highly populated world on a finite globe. Because of such interweaving and finiteness it is felt that energy should be considered as a system and therefore the term 'energy systems' is used. The production of energy is only one component of such a system; the handling of energy and the embedding of energy into the global and social complex in terms of ecology, economy, risks and resources are of similar importance. he systems approach to the energy problem needs more explanation. This paper is meant to give an outline of the underlying problems and it is hoped that by so doing the wide range of sometimes confusing voices about energy can be better understood. Such confusion starts already with the term 'energy crisis'. Is there an energy crisis or not? Much future work is required to tackle the problems of energy systems. This paper can only marginally help in that respect. But it is hoped that it will help understand the scope of the

  6. TUBO system

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    Barbosa, H.J.C.; Guerreiro, J.N.C.; Toledo, E.M.

    1980-01-01

    Proceedings recently incorporated to TUBO system like the seismic analysis and the stress verification acccording to ASME-Boiler Rule and Pressure Vessel Code-section III are presented. The seismic analysis comprehend the consideration of uniform motion of the support, its multiple excitation, and the attainment of the spectral response for both cases. The module for stress verification uses stresses resulting fromthe combination of the loads specified by the user, in the automatic verification of permissible stresses for the pipings class 1 and 2, based on criteria NB-3650 and NC-3650 of ASME. The implementation of these proceedings in the TUBO system are discussed and a numerical example that covers the different phases of a stress analysis in a piping is presented [pt

  7. Solar Systems

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    1979-01-01

    The solar collectors shown are elements of domestic solar hot water systems produced by Solar One Ltd., Virginia Beach, Virginia. Design of these systems benefited from technical expertise provided Solar One by NASA's Langley Research Center. The company obtained a NASA technical support package describing the d e sign and operation of solar heating equipment in NASA's Tech House, a demonstration project in which aerospace and commercial building technology are combined in an energy- efficient home. Solar One received further assistance through personal contact with Langley solar experts. The company reports that the technical information provided by NASA influenced Solar One's panel design, its selection of a long-life panel coating which increases solar collection efficiency, and the method adopted for protecting solar collectors from freezing conditions.

  8. On the Optimal Thermal Management of Hybrid-Electric Vehicles with Heat Recovery Systems Sur le thermo-management optimal d’un véhicule électrique hybride avec un système de récupération de chaleur

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    Merz F.

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available A general framework to combine optimal energy management (powertrain supervisory control and thermal management in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV is presented. A HEV system with engine exhaust aftertreatment and exhaust heat recovery system is simulated under various scenarios, including warm and cold start. Optimal strategies are derived from Pontryagin Minimum Principle (PMP. The concept of fuel equivalent of thermal energy variations – similar to the equivalence factors for battery energy of standard Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy (ECMS – is introduced. The PMP-based strategies are compared with a heuristic, rule-based strategy. The benefits in fuel economy and reduction of pollutant emissions that are obtained for several scenarios are very promising. Une approche généralisée pour combiner la gestion de l’énergie (supervision du groupe motopropulseur et le thermo-management dans les véhicules hybrides électriques est proposée. Un système hybride incluant le post-traitement des polluants et un système de récupération de la chaleur à l’échappement du moteur thermique est simulé pour plusieurs scénarii, y compris le cas de départ à froid. Des stratégies de gestion de l’énergie optimales sont dérivées à partir du Principe de Minimum de Pontriaguine (PMP. Inspirée par les facteurs d’équivalence pour la consommation électrique que l’on retrouve dans la stratégie ECMS, la notion d’équivalent en carburant des flux d’énergie thermique est introduite. Les stratégies dérivées du PMP sont comparées avec une stratégie heuristique basée sur des règles. Les bénéfices en termes d’économies de carburant et réduction des émissions polluantes que l’on trouve pour différents scénarii sont encourageantes.

  9. Bilateral system. The ABACC system

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    Nicolas, Ruben O.

    2001-01-01

    After relating the antecedents of the creation of the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for the Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC), the paper describes the common system of accounting and control set up by Argentina and Brazil. The organization of ABACC is also outlined

  10. Physical system requirements: Overall system

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    1992-01-01

    The Nuclear Waste Policy Act (NWPA) of 1982 assigned to the Department of Energy (DOE) the responsibility for managing the disposal of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste and established the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (OCRWM) for that purpose. The Secretary of Energy, in his November 1989 report to Congress (DOE/RW-0247), announced three new initiatives for conduct of the Civilian Radioactive Waste Management (CRWM) program. One of these initiatives was to establish improved management structure and procedures. In response, OCRWM performed a management study and the Direct subsequently issued the Management Systems Improvement Strategy (MSIS) on August 10, 1990, calling for a rigorous implementation of systems engineering principles with a special emphasis on functional analysis. This approach establishes a framework for integrating the program management efforts with the technical requirements analysis into a single, unified, and consistent program. The functional analysis approach recognizes that just the facilities and equipment comprising the physical waste management system must perform certain functions, so must certain programmatic and management functions be performed within the program in order to successfully bring the physical system into being

  11. Security system

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    Baumann, Mark J.; Kuca, Michal; Aragon, Mona L.

    2016-02-02

    A security system includes a structure having a structural surface. The structure is sized to contain an asset therein and configured to provide a forceful breaching delay. The structure has an opening formed therein to permit predetermined access to the asset contained within the structure. The structure includes intrusion detection features within or associated with the structure that are activated in response to at least a partial breach of the structure.

  12. Cardiovascular system

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    Soulen, R.L.; Grosh, J.

    1984-01-01

    Invasive cardiovascular diagnostic procedures involve a finite risk and therefore can be recommended only when the benefit appears to exceed the risk by a substantial margin. The risk/benefit ratio varies not only with the procedure concerned but with the status of the vascular system, concomitant diseases, and the risks of both the suspected illness and its treatment. The risks inherent in the procedures per se are detailed in the sections to follow

  13. Priority Systems

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    Gössler , Gregor; Sifakis , Joseph

    2004-01-01

    Projet POP_ART; We present a framework for the incremental construction of deadlock-free systems meeting given safety properties. The framework borrows concepts and basic results from the controller synthesis paradigm by considering a step in the construction process as a controller synthesis problem. We show that priorities are expressive enough to represent restrictions induced by deadlock-free controllers preserving safety properties. We define a correspondence between such restrictions an...

  14. Imaging system

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    Rushbrooke, J.G.; Ansorge, R.E.

    1987-01-01

    A moving object such as a container on a conveyor belt is imaged by an optical system onto a charge coupled device array in which the lines of the array are arranged perpendicular to the direction of motion of the object. The speed of movement of the object is sensed to generate electrical signals which are processed to provide shift signals enabling the shifting of data row to row in the array in synchronism with the movement of the container. The electrical charge associated with a given point on the array is transferred from one line to the other until it appears at the last line of the array, from which it is read out in known manner in conjunction with all other electrical charges associated with the row of charge coupled devices in the last line of the array. Due to the integrating effect achieved, the aperture of the imaging system can be much smaller than otherwise would be required, and/or the level of light illumination can be reduced. The imaging system can be applied to X-ray inspection devices, aerial surveillance or scanning of moving documents in copying processes. (author)

  15. Braking system

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    Norgren, D.U.

    1982-09-23

    A balanced braking system comprising a plurality of braking assemblies located about a member to be braked. Each of the braking assemblies consists of a spring biased piston of a first material fitted into a body of a different material which has a greater contraction upon cooling than the piston material. The piston is provided with a recessed head portion over which is positioned a diaphragm and forming a space therebetween to which is connected a pressurized fluid supply. The diaphragm is controlled by the fluid in the space to contact or withdraw from the member to be braked. A cooling means causes the body within which the piston is fitted to contract more than the piston, producing a tight shrink fit therebetween. The braking system is particularly applicable for selectively braking an arbor of an electron microscope which immobilizes, for example, a vertically adjustable low temperature specimen holder during observation. The system provides balanced braking forces which can be easily removed and re-established with minimal disturbance to arbor location.

  16. Protecting information in systems of systems

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    Trivellato, D.

    2012-01-01

    Systems of systems are coalitions of autonomous and heterogeneous systems that collaborate to achieve a common goal. The component systems of a system of systems often belong to different security domains, which are governed by different authorities (hereafter called parties). Furthermore, systems

  17. Dynamical systems

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    Birkhoff, George D

    1927-01-01

    His research in dynamics constitutes the middle period of Birkhoff's scientific career, that of maturity and greatest power. -Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society The author's great book€¦is well known to all, and the diverse active modern developments in mathematics which have been inspired by this volume bear the most eloquent testimony to its quality and influence. -Zentralblatt MATH In 1927, G. D. Birkhoff wrote a remarkable treatise on the theory of dynamical systems that would inspire many later mathematicians to do great work. To a large extent, Birkhoff was writing about his o

  18. Nuclear systems

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    Todreas, Neil E

    2011-01-01

    Principal Characteristics of Power ReactorsIntroductionPower CyclesPrimary Coolant SystemsReactor CoresFuel AssembliesAdvanced Water- and Gas-Cooled Reactors (Generation III And III+)Advanced Thermal and Fast Neutron Spectrum Reactors (Generation IV)ReferencesProblemsThermal Design Principles and ApplicationIntroductionOverall Plant Characteristics Influenced by Thermal Hydraulic ConsiderationsEnergy Production and Transfer ParametersThermal Design LimitsThermal Design MarginFigures of Merit for Core Thermal PerformanceThe Inverted Fuel ArrayThe Equivalent Annulus ApproximationReferencesProble

  19. Videobasierte Systeme

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    Knoll, Peter

    Videosensoren spielen für Fahrerassistenz systeme eine zentrale Rolle, da sie die Interpretation visueller Informationen (Objektklassifikation) gezielt unterstützen. Im Heckbereich kann die Video sensorik in der einfachsten Variante die ultraschallbasierte Einparkhilfe bei Einpark- und Rangiervorgängen unterstützen. Beim Nachtsichtsystem NightVision wird das mit Infrarotlicht angestrahlte Umfeld vor dem Fahrzeug mit einer Frontkamera aufgenommen und im Fahrzeugcockpit auf einem Display dem Fahrer angezeigt (s. Nachtsichtsysteme). Andere Fahrerassistenzsysteme verarbeiten die Videosignale und generieren daraus gezielt Informationen, die für eigenständige Funktionen (z. B. Spurverlassenswarner) oder aber als Zusatzinformation für andere Funktionen ausgewertet werden (Sensordatenfusion).

  20. Relaxation System

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    1987-01-01

    Environ Corporation's relaxation system is built around a body lounge, a kind of super easy chair that incorporates sensory devices. Computer controlled enclosure provides filtered ionized air to create a feeling of invigoration, enhanced by mood changing aromas. Occupant is also surrounded by multidimensional audio and the lighting is programmed to change colors, patterns, and intensity periodically. These and other sensory stimulators are designed to provide an environment in which the learning process is stimulated, because research has proven that while an individual is in a deep state of relaxation, the mind is more receptive to new information.

  1. Bearing system

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    Kapich, Davorin D.

    1987-01-01

    A bearing system includes backup bearings for supporting a rotating shaft upon failure of primary bearings. In the preferred embodiment, the backup bearings are rolling element bearings having their rolling elements disposed out of contact with their associated respective inner races during normal functioning of the primary bearings. Displacement detection sensors are provided for detecting displacement of the shaft upon failure of the primary bearings. Upon detection of the failure of the primary bearings, the rolling elements and inner races of the backup bearings are brought into mutual contact by axial displacement of the shaft.

  2. Propulsion Systems

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    2011-03-31

    stand.    CV CS x dAvvdVov dt d F   (18-1) Where  denotes density and vx is the velocity in the x-direction. The first term on the...by  but to avoid confusion with  from Eqs. 18-7 to 10, it is denoted k in this formula . Ru is the universal gas constant (8.314472 J/mol K), pe is...Russian Federation Used on Phobos spacecraft as main engines 74 1.03 NTO/ UDMH 13.73-19.61 316-325 Orbital Maneuvering System 1 Aerojet Shuttle

  3. The RHYTMME system: an operational real-time warning and mapping system for flash floods, debris flows, landslide and rock falls in Southeastern France.

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    Fouchier, Catherine; Mériaux, Patrice; Atger, Frédéric; Ecrepont, Stéphane; Liébault, Frédéric; Bertrand, Mélanie; Bel, Coraline; Batista, Dominique; Azemard, Pierre; Saint-Martin, Clotilde; Javelle, Pierre

    2016-04-01

    , 2013b; Bertrand, 2014). It enables to identify, during intense events, the reaches the more likely to generate and/or to spread debris flow and the areas the more likely to generate landslide and/or rock falls. The RHYTMME warning and mapping system is now fully operational. It is currently being provided to local authorities (City councils, River boards, …) as well as State authorities in charge of risk managements in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur administrative area. Training sessions are organized in order to help these end-users to handle the system. References Arnaud P., Fine J.-A. and Lavabre J. (2007). An hourly rainfall generation model applicable to all types of climate. Atmospheric Research 85(2): 230-242. Batista D., Azémard P., Boutry M. (2013). Prévision de l'aléa glissement de terrain et analyse statistique des facteurs de prédisposition par l'outil SIG, sur la région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. Journées Aléas Gravitaires, 17 et 18/9/2013 - Grenoble, 11 p. Batista D., Azémard P., Rougé A.C., Dumalin M., Rault C. (2013). Prévision de l'aléa chute de blocs, analyse statistique des facteurs de prédisposition et des critères de déclenchement sur la région Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur. Journées Aléas Gravitaires, 17 et 18/9/2013 - Grenoble, 11 p. Bertrand M. (2014). Approches régionales de la susceptibilité torrentielle dans les Alpes du Sud. Thèse de Doctorat, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, 162 pp. Javelle P., Demargne J., Defrance D., Pansu J., Arnaud P. (2014). Evaluating flash-flood warnings at ungauged locations using post-event surveys: A case study with the AIGA warning system. Hydrological Sciences Journal 59 (7): 1390-1402. Westrelin S., Mériaux P., Dalle S., Fradon B., Jamet G. (2013). Déploiement d'un réseau de radars pour anticiper les risques hydro-météorologiques, La Météorologie 8 (83): 69-79.

  4. Expert Systems: What Is an Expert System?

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    Duval, Beverly K.; Main, Linda

    1994-01-01

    Describes expert systems and discusses their use in libraries. Highlights include parts of an expert system; expert system shells; an example of how to build an expert system; a bibliography of 34 sources of information on expert systems in libraries; and a list of 10 expert system shells used in libraries. (Contains five references.) (LRW)

  5. System analysis and design

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    Son, Seung Hui

    2004-02-01

    This book deals with information technology and business process, information system architecture, methods of system development, plan on system development like problem analysis and feasibility analysis, cases for system development, comprehension of analysis of users demands, analysis of users demands using traditional analysis, users demands analysis using integrated information system architecture, system design using integrated information system architecture, system implementation, and system maintenance.

  6. Posting system

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    Hackney, S.

    1983-01-01

    A system for posting hazardous materials into and out of an enclosure, such as a glovebox, through a port in a wall of the enclosure. The port is normally closed by a door which cooperates with a removable end closure, on a container or the like when the latter is presented to and secured at the port. The container is secured in position at the port by means of a rotatable coupling ring. A single interlock ensures that the door cannot be opened in the absence of a container at the port and also that the container cannot be removed from the port when the door is open. In place of the container, a glove secured to a rigid sleeve may be used to enable the operator to perform a work function within the glovebox. (author)

  7. hydrothermal systems

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    L. Bayón

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, we revise the classical formulation of the problem depriving it of the concepts that are superfluous from the mathematical point of view. We observe that a number of power stations can be substituted by a single one that behaves equivalently to the entire set. Proceeding in this way, we obtain a variational formulation in its purest sense (without restrictions. This formulation allows us to employ the theory of calculus of variations to the highest degree. We then calculate the equivalent minimizer in the case where the cost functions are second-order polynomials. We prove that the equivalent minimizer is a second-order polynomial with piece-wise constant coefficients. Moreover, it belongs to the class C1. Finally, we present various examples prompted by real systems and perform the proposed algorithms using Mathematica.

  8. Nonlinear systems

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    Palmero, Faustino; Lemos, M; Sánchez-Rey, Bernardo; Casado-Pascual, Jesús

    2018-01-01

    This book presents an overview of the most recent advances in nonlinear science. It provides a unified view of nonlinear properties in many different systems and highlights many  new developments. While volume 1 concentrates on mathematical theory and computational techniques and challenges, which are essential for the study of nonlinear science, this second volume deals with nonlinear excitations in several fields. These excitations can be localized and transport energy and matter in the form of breathers, solitons, kinks or quodons with very different characteristics, which are discussed in the book. They can also transport electric charge, in which case they are known as polarobreathers or solectrons. Nonlinear excitations can influence function and structure in biology, as for example, protein folding. In crystals and other condensed matter, they can modify transport properties, reaction kinetics and interact with defects. There are also engineering applications in electric lattices, Josephson junction a...

  9. Posting system

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    Jones, E.L.

    1983-01-01

    A posting system for the movement of equipment, such as a manipulator, into and out of an enclosure e.g. a cell or glovebox, for toxic or radioactive materials has the manipulator arranged within a collapsible bellows-like container with an end of the container cooperating with a port entry to the enclosure. The collapsible container isolates the manipulator from the environment outside the enclosure and allows the manipulator to enter and leave the contaminated enclosure without breach of the containment. A particular construction of cell for use with radioactive material is described, having a thick wall of shielding material such as concrete provided with a door normally closed by a Pb shutter and having a cylindrical gamma shield block located over the shutter on the exterior of the wall. (author)

  10. Systems engineering simplified

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    Cloutier, Robert; Bone, Mary Alice

    2015-01-01

    IntroductionOverviewDiscussion of Common TerminologyThe Case for Systems EngineeringA Brief History of Systems EngineeringSystem ExamplesSummaryThe System Life CycleManaging System Development-The Vee ModelSystem ProductionSystem Utilization and SupportSystem Retirement and DisposalOther Systems Engineering Development ModelsSpiral ModelAgile Model for Systems EngineeringSystem of InterestAbstraction and DecompositionIntegrationDeveloping and Managing RequirementsCyclone Requiremen

  11. NJOY system

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    Gil, Choong Sup; Kim, Jung Do

    1998-01-01

    The NJOY Nuclear Data Processing System is used to convert evaluated nuclear data in ENDF format into forms useful for applications. The NJOY code is a modular computer code designed to read evaluated data in ENDF format, transform the data in various ways, and output the results as libraries designed to be used in various applications. The modules are essentially independent programs, and they communicate with each other using input and output files, plus a very few common variables. The NJOY code can work with neutrons, photons, and charged particles. The evaluated nuclear data are reconstructed to pointwise cross sections from ENDF resonance parameters and interpolation schemes. The pointwise data can be Doppler broadened to the temperatures requested by users. The data in unresolved energy range can be computed to effective self-shielded pointwise cross sections. The cross sections and scattering matrices for free or bound scatterers in the thermal energy range are able to be produced. The self-shielded multigroup cross sections, group-to-group scattering matrices, photon-production matrices, and charged-particle cross sections from pointwise data can be generated for various application codes

  12. Chem systems

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    Anon.

    1992-01-01

    This paper reports that world styrene demand, paced by a near doubling of combined requirements in East Asia and Oceania, could reach 19.3 million metric tons by 2000, an average growth rate of 3.7%/year. So concludes Chem Systems Inc., Tarrytown, N.Y., in a study of world styrene markets through the end of the century. Pacific Rim styrene production and consumption throughout the 1990s are predicted to make up increasingly larger shares of world markets, while demand and production lag in the U.S. and western Europe. Demand and capacity in other parts of the world will grow in real terms, increasing combined market shares only slightly. Most of the increase will be driven by demand in East Asia and Oceania, where consumption by century's end is expected to increase 4.48 million metric tons from 2.25 million tons in 1991. Meantime, Japan's styrene demand in 2000 is projected at 2.64 million tons, a 500,000 ton increase from 1991 demand but a net market loss of 1.9%

  13. System safety education focused on system management

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    Grose, V. L.

    1971-01-01

    System safety is defined and characteristics of the system are outlined. Some of the principle characteristics include role of humans in hazard analysis, clear language for input and output, system interdependence, self containment, and parallel analysis of elements.

  14. Systems Biology and Health Systems Complexity in;

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    Donald Combs, C.; Barham, S.R.; Sloot, P.M.A.

    2016-01-01

    Systems biology addresses interactions in biological systems at different scales of biological organization, from the molecular to the cellular, organ, organism, societal, and ecosystem levels. This chapter expands on the concept of systems biology, explores its implications for individual patients

  15. Airport Information Retrieval System (AIRS) System Design

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    1974-07-01

    This report presents the system design for a prototype air traffic flow control automation system developed for the FAA's Systems Command Center. The design was directed toward the immediate automation of airport data for use in traffic load predicti...

  16. System specifications for the NDS Dictionary System

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    Attree, P.M.; Smith, P.M.

    1979-09-01

    The NDS Dictionary System is a computerized system for maintaining and distributing the EXFOR dictionaries and for preparing internal versions of these dictionaries for use in the NDS EXFOR System and other NDS systems. This document is an internal manual for the system specifications of the NDS Dictionary System. It includes flow charts, system and program summaries, input and output specifications and file and record descriptions. This manual is updated from time to time when system modifications are made; this is the version of January 1979

  17. Quality management system

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    Lee, Mu Sung

    2009-08-15

    This book deals with ISO9001 quality management system which includes summary of this system such as classification of quality, principle of quality management, and definition, requirement and procedure of quality management system, introduction of ISO9001 system like model of ISO9001 quality management system, ISO certificate system, structure of ISO9001 standard, requirement of ISO9001 quality management system, process approach and documentation of system, propel cases of ISO9001 quality management system.

  18. Quality management system

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    Lee, Mu Sung

    2009-08-01

    This book deals with ISO9001 quality management system which includes summary of this system such as classification of quality, principle of quality management, and definition, requirement and procedure of quality management system, introduction of ISO9001 system like model of ISO9001 quality management system, ISO certificate system, structure of ISO9001 standard, requirement of ISO9001 quality management system, process approach and documentation of system, propel cases of ISO9001 quality management system.

  19. Geochemistry and the understanding of ground-water systems

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    Glynn, Pierre D.; Plummer, L. Niel

    2005-03-01

    Geochemistry has contributed significantly to the understanding of ground-water systems over the last 50 years. Historic advances include development of the hydrochemical facies concept, application of equilibrium theory, investigation of redox processes, and radiocarbon dating. Other hydrochemical concepts, tools, and techniques have helped elucidate mechanisms of flow and transport in ground-water systems, and have helped unlock an archive of paleoenvironmental information. Hydrochemical and isotopic information can be used to interpret the origin and mode of ground-water recharge, refine estimates of time scales of recharge and ground-water flow, decipher reactive processes, provide paleohydrological information, and calibrate ground-water flow models. Progress needs to be made in obtaining representative samples. Improvements are needed in the interpretation of the information obtained, and in the construction and interpretation of numerical models utilizing hydrochemical data. The best approach will ensure an optimized iterative process between field data collection and analysis, interpretation, and the application of forward, inverse, and statistical modeling tools. Advances are anticipated from microbiological investigations, the characterization of natural organics, isotopic fingerprinting, applications of dissolved gas measurements, and the fields of reaction kinetics and coupled processes. A thermodynamic perspective is offered that could facilitate the comparison and understanding of the multiple physical, chemical, and biological processes affecting ground-water systems. La géochimie a contribué de façon importante à la compréhension des systèmes d'eaux souterraines pendant les 50 dernières années. Les avancées ont portées sur le développement du concept des faciès hydrochimiques, sur l'application de la théorie des équilibres, l'étude des processus d'oxydoréduction, et sur la datation au radiocarbone. D'autres concepts, outils et

  20. Protecting Information in Systems of Systems

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    Trivellato, Daniel; Zannone, Nicola; Etalle, Sandro

    2011-01-01

    Systems of Systems (SoS) are dynamic, distributed coalitions of autonomous and heterogeneous systems that collaborate to achieve a common goal. While offering several advantages in terms of scalability and flexibility, the SoS paradigm has a strong impact on system interoperability and on the

  1. A security framework for systems of systems

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    Trivellato, D.; Zannone, N.; Etalle, S.

    2011-01-01

    Systems of systems consist of a wide variety of dynamic, distributed coalitions of autonomous and heterogeneous systems that collaborate to achieve a common goal. While offering several advantages in terms of scalability and flexibility, this new paradigm has a strong impact on system

  2. A Security Framework for Systems of Systems

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    Trivellato, Daniel; Zannone, Nicola; Etalle, Sandro

    2011-01-01

    Systems of systems consist of a wide variety of dynamic, distributed coalitions of autonomous and heterogeneous systems that collaborate to achieve a common goal. While offering several advantages in terms of scalability and flexibility, this new paradigm has a strong impact on system

  3. Systems theory of interconnected port contact systems

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    Eberard, D.; Maschke, B.M.; Schaft, A.J. van der

    2005-01-01

    Port-based network modeling of a large class of complex physical systems leads to dynamical systems known as port-Hamiltonian systems. The key ingredient of any port-Hamiltonian system is a power-conserving interconnection structure (mathematically formalized by the geometric notion of a Dirac

  4. Digital processing data communication systems (bus systems)

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    Fleck, K.

    1980-01-01

    After an introduction to the technology of digital processing data communication systems there are the following chapters: digital communication of processing data in automation technology, the technology of biserial communication, the implementaiton of a bus system, the data transmission of the TDC-2000 system of Honeywell's and the process bus CS 275 in the automation system TELEPERM M of Siemens AG. (WB) [de

  5. Networked control of microgrid system of systems

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    Mahmoud, Magdi S.; Rahman, Mohamed Saif Ur; AL-Sunni, Fouad M.

    2016-08-01

    The microgrid has made its mark in distributed generation and has attracted widespread research. However, microgrid is a complex system which needs to be viewed from an intelligent system of systems perspective. In this paper, a network control system of systems is designed for the islanded microgrid system consisting of three distributed generation units as three subsystems supplying a load. The controller stabilises the microgrid system in the presence of communication infractions such as packet dropouts and delays. Simulation results are included to elucidate the effectiveness of the proposed control strategy.

  6. D0 Cryo System Control System Autodialer

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    Urbin, J.; /Fermilab

    1990-04-17

    The DO cryogenic system is controlled by a TI565-PLC based control system. This allows the system to be unmanned when in steady state operation. System experts will need to be contacted when system parameters exceed normal operating points and reach alarm setpoints. The labwide FIRUS system provides one alarm monitor and communication link. An autodialer provides a second and more flexible alarm monitor and communication link. The autodialer monitors contact points in the control system and after receiving indication of an alarm accesses a list of experts which it calls until it receives an acknowledgement. There are several manufacturers and distributors of autodialer systems. This EN explains the search process the DO cryo group used to fmd an autodialer system that fit the cryo system's needs and includes information and specs for the unit we chose.

  7. Superspeed Maglev system Transrapid. System decription

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    Miller, L [Thyssen Henschel AG,, Maglev Transportation Technology, Muenchen (Germany)

    1996-12-31

    The superspeed maglev system Transrapid is a track-bound transportation system for passengern and priority freight transport. The transrapid trainsets are composed of self-sufficient vehicle section coupled together. The superspeed maglev system Transrapid is capable of revenue operation at speeds of 100 to 500 km/h. Besides the description of the system concept and system characteristics safety and availability are discussed. (HW)

  8. System design specification Brayton Isotope Power System (BIPS) Flight System (FS), and Ground Demonstration System (GDS)

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    1976-01-01

    The system design specification for ground demonstration, development, and flight qualification of a Brayton Isotope Power System (BIPS) is presented. The requirements for both a BIPS conceptual Flight System (FS) and a Ground Demonstration System (GDS) are defined

  9. Situation awareness with systems of systems

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    Tretmans, Jan; Borth, Michael

    2013-01-01

    This book discusses various aspects, challenges, and solutions for developing systems-of-systems for situation awareness, using applications in the domain of maritime safety and security.  Topics include advanced, multi-objective visualization methods for situation awareness, stochastic outlier selection, rule-based anomaly detection, an ontology-based event model for semantic reasoning, new methods for semi-automatic generation of adapters bridging communication gaps, security policies for systems-of-systems, trust assessment, and methods to deal with the dynamics of systems-of-systems in run-time monitoring, testing, and diagnosis. Architectural considerations for designing information-centric systems-of-systems such as situation awareness systems, and an integrated demonstrator implementing many of the investigated aspects, complete the book.

  10. System specifications for the NDS EXFOR System

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    Attree, P.M.; Smith, P.M.

    1979-07-01

    EXFOR is the agreed exchange format for the magnetic-tape exchange of nuclear reaction data between national and international nuclear data centres for the benefit of nuclear data users in all countries. The NDS EXFOR System is a computerized system for the storage and retrieval of EXFOR information compiled or received by the IAEA. This document is an internal manual for the system specifications of the NDS EXFOR System. It includes flow charts, system and program summaries, input and output specifications and file and record descriptions. The manual is updated from time to time when system modifications are made

  11. System specifications for the NDS EXFOR System

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    Attree, P M; Smith, P M

    1982-06-01

    EXFOR is the agreed exchange format for the magnetic-tape exchange of nuclear reaction data between national and international nuclear data centers for the benefit of nuclear data users in all countries. The NDS EXFOR System is a computerized system for the storage and retrieval of EXFOR information compiled or received of the IAEA. This document is an internal manual for the system specifications of the NDS EXFOR System. It includes flow charts, system and program summaries, input and output specifications and file and record descriptions. The manual is updated from time to time when system modifications are made; the first version was issued in July 1979. (author)

  12. Computer System Design System-on-Chip

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    Flynn, Michael J

    2011-01-01

    The next generation of computer system designers will be less concerned about details of processors and memories, and more concerned about the elements of a system tailored to particular applications. These designers will have a fundamental knowledge of processors and other elements in the system, but the success of their design will depend on the skills in making system-level tradeoffs that optimize the cost, performance and other attributes to meet application requirements. This book provides a new treatment of computer system design, particularly for System-on-Chip (SOC), which addresses th

  13. Smart electromechanical systems the central nervous system

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    Kurbanov, Vugar

    2017-01-01

    This book describes approaches to solving the problems of developing the central nervous system of robots (CNSR) based on smart electromechanical systems (SEMS) modules, principles of construction of the various modules of the central nervous system and variants of mathematical software CNSR in control systems for intelligent robots. It presents the latest advances in theory and practice at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Developers of intelligent robots to solve modern problems in robotics are increasingly addressing the use of the bionic approach to create robots that mimic the complexity and adaptability of biological systems. These have smart electromechanical system (SEMS), which are used in various cyber-physical systems (CPhS), and allow the functions of calculation, control, communications, information storage, monitoring, measurement and control of parameters and environmental parameters to be integrated. The behavior of such systems is based on the information received from the central nervous syst...

  14. Multiobjective Collaborative Optimization of Systems of Systems

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    Wolf, Robert A

    2005-01-01

    ...; in other words an inefficient design of the system of systems. This thesis examines the simultaneous design of several ships using the sea base concept as an example application of a network of ships working together...

  15. Situation Awareness with Systems of Systems

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    Laar, P. van de; Tretmans, J.; Borth, M.

    2013-01-01

    This book discusses various aspects, challenges, and solutions for developing systems-of-systems for situation awareness, using applications in the domain of maritime safety and security. Topics include advanced, multi-objective visualization methods for situation awareness, stochastic outlier

  16. Linking Political Systems and War Systems

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    Harste, Gorm

    2009-01-01

    Decisive parts of the Western political system have demonstrated a seemingly surprising misinterpretation of military might. As Madelaine Albright has suggested, the mighty perceived themselves as "almighty". Political power seems to have invested in instrumental coercive power relations and found...... military coercion to be the appropriate mean. Using the system theory and the theory of systemic risks displayed by the German sociologist Niklas Luhmann the article demonstrates how military systems due to their own autonomy and autopoiesis do not fit into the idea of political government....... The Clausewitzian ideal of a political system that could continue its power games by means of war was moderated by Clausewitz' own analysis of "friction". How can a political system be so blind towards the possibilities of another system? What are the risks of systemic blind spots? The argument of the paper...

  17. Designing information systems

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    Blethyn, Stanley G

    2014-01-01

    Designing Information Systems focuses on the processes, methodologies, and approaches involved in designing information systems. The book first describes systems, management and control, and how to design information systems. Discussions focus on documents produced from the functional construction function, users, operators, analysts, programmers and others, process management and control, levels of management, open systems, design of management information systems, and business system description, partitioning, and leveling. The text then takes a look at functional specification and functiona

  18. Cognitive Medical Multiagent Systems

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    Barna Iantovics

    2010-01-01

    The development of efficient and flexible agent-based medical diagnosis systems represents a recent research direction. Medical multiagent systems may improve the efficiency of traditionally developed medical computational systems, like the medical expert systems. In our previous researches, a novel cooperative medical diagnosis multiagent system called CMDS (Contract Net Based Medical Diagnosis System) was proposed. CMDS system can solve flexibly a large variety of medical diagnosis problems...

  19. Non linear system become linear system

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    Petre Bucur

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available The present paper refers to the theory and the practice of the systems regarding non-linear systems and their applications. We aimed the integration of these systems to elaborate their response as well as to highlight some outstanding features.

  20. System Design of the SWRL Financial System.

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    Ikeda, Masumi

    To produce various management and accounting reports in order to maintain control of SWRL (Southwest Regional Laboratory) operational and financial activities, a computer-based SWRL financial system was developed. The system design is outlined, and various types of system inputs described. The kinds of management and accounting reports generated…

  1. Triggering system innovation in agricultural innovation systems

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    Turner, James A.; Williams, Tracy; Nicholas, Graeme; Foote, Jeff; Rijswijk, Kelly; Barnard, Tim; Beechener, Sam; Horita, Akiko

    2017-01-01

    This article describes a process for stimulating engagement among change agents to develop a shared understanding of systemic problems in the agricultural innovation system (AIS), challenge prevalent institutional logics and identify actions they might undertake to stimulate system innovation.

  2. Port contact systems for irreversible thermodynamical systems

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    Eberard, D.; Maschke, B.M.; Schaft, A.J. van der

    2005-01-01

    In this paper we propose a definition of control contact systems, generalizing input-output Hamiltonian systems, to cope with models arising from irreversible Thermodynamics. We exhibit a particular subclass of these systems, called conservative, that leaves invariant some Legendre submanifold (the

  3. Modeling learning technology systems as business systems

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    Avgeriou, Paris; Retalis, Symeon; Papaspyrou, Nikolaos

    2003-01-01

    The design of Learning Technology Systems, and the Software Systems that support them, is largely conducted on an intuitive, ad hoc basis, thus resulting in inefficient systems that defectively support the learning process. There is now justifiable, increasing effort in formalizing the engineering

  4. General Systems Theory and Instructional Systems Design.

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    Salisbury, David F.

    1990-01-01

    Describes basic concepts in the field of general systems theory (GST) and identifies commonalities that exist between GST and instructional systems design (ISD). Models and diagrams that depict system elements in ISD are presented, and two matrices that show how GST has been used in ISD literature are included. (11 references) (LRW)

  5. Expert systems in process control systems

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    Wittig, T.

    1987-01-01

    To illustrate where the fundamental difference between expert systems in classical diagnosis and in industrial control lie, the work of process control instrumentation is used as an example for the job of expert systems. Starting from the general process of problem-solving, two classes of expert systems can be defined accordingly. (orig.) [de

  6. Expert Systems for auditing management information systems

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    Gheroghe Popescu

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Expert systems are built with the help of: specialised programming languages or expert system generators (shell. But this structure was reached after tens of years of work and research, because expert systems are nothing but pragmatic capitalisation of the results of research carried out in artificial intelligence and theory of knowledge.

  7. Psychology of system design

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    Meister, D

    2014-01-01

    This is a book about systems, including: systems in which humans control machines; systems in which humans interact with humans and the machine component is relatively unimportant; systems which are heavily computerized and those that are not; and governmental, industrial, military and social systems. The book deals with both traditional systems like farming, fishing and the military, and with systems just now tentatively emerging, like the expert and the interactive computer system. The emphasis is on the system concept and its implications for analysis, design and evaluation of these many di

  8. Biomedical signals and systems

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    Tranquillo, Joseph V

    2013-01-01

    Biomedical Signals and Systems is meant to accompany a one-semester undergraduate signals and systems course. It may also serve as a quick-start for graduate students or faculty interested in how signals and systems techniques can be applied to living systems. The biological nature of the examples allows for systems thinking to be applied to electrical, mechanical, fluid, chemical, thermal and even optical systems. Each chapter focuses on a topic from classic signals and systems theory: System block diagrams, mathematical models, transforms, stability, feedback, system response, control, time

  9. Operating System Security

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    Jaeger, Trent

    2008-01-01

    Operating systems provide the fundamental mechanisms for securing computer processing. Since the 1960s, operating systems designers have explored how to build "secure" operating systems - operating systems whose mechanisms protect the system against a motivated adversary. Recently, the importance of ensuring such security has become a mainstream issue for all operating systems. In this book, we examine past research that outlines the requirements for a secure operating system and research that implements example systems that aim for such requirements. For system designs that aimed to

  10. Systems Measures of Water Distribution System Resilience

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    Klise, Katherine A. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States); Murray, Regan [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States); Walker, La Tonya Nicole [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2015-01-01

    Resilience is a concept that is being used increasingly to refer to the capacity of infrastructure systems to be prepared for and able to respond effectively and rapidly to hazardous events. In Section 2 of this report, drinking water hazards, resilience literature, and available resilience tools are presented. Broader definitions, attributes and methods for measuring resilience are presented in Section 3. In Section 4, quantitative systems performance measures for water distribution systems are presented. Finally, in Section 5, the performance measures and their relevance to measuring the resilience of water systems to hazards is discussed along with needed improvements to water distribution system modeling tools.

  11. Manager's assistant systems for space system planning

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    Bewley, William L.; Burnard, Robert; Edwards, Gary E.; Shoop, James

    1992-01-01

    This paper describes a class of knowledge-based 'assistant' systems for space system planning. Derived from technology produced for the DARPA/USAF Pilot's Associate program, these assistant systems help the human planner by doing the bookkeeping to maintain plan data and executing the procedures and heuristics currently used by the human planner to define, assess, diagnose, and revise plans. Intelligent systems for Space Station Freedom assembly sequence planning and Advanced Launch System modeling will be presented as examples. Ongoing NASA-funded work on a framework supporting the development of such tools will also be described.

  12. Lighting system with thermal management system

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    Arik, Mehmet; Weaver, Stanton; Stecher, Thomas; Seeley, Charles; Kuenzler, Glenn; Wolfe, Jr., Charles; Utturkar, Yogen; Sharma, Rajdeep; Prabhakaran, Satish; Icoz, Tunc

    2013-05-07

    Lighting systems having unique configurations are provided. For instance, the lighting system may include a light source, a thermal management system and driver electronics, each contained within a housing structure. The light source is configured to provide illumination visible through an opening in the housing structure. The thermal management system is configured to provide an air flow, such as a unidirectional air flow, through the housing structure in order to cool the light source. The driver electronics are configured to provide power to each of the light source and the thermal management system.

  13. Aircraft Trajectories Computation-Prediction-Control. Volume 1 (La Trajectoire de l’Avion Calcul-Prediction-Controle)

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    1990-03-01

    Vigilance and Performance in Automatized Systems. Org.: Prof A. Coblentz Laboratoire d’Anthropologie et d’Ecologie Humaine - Universit& Rene Descartes , PARIS...Humaine - Universit6 Ren6 Descartes , PARIS, September 1988 BOY G., CEP-Onera "Assistance A l’Opdrateur: Une Approche de l’Intelligence Artificielle...Appliqi6e, Universit6 Ren6 Descartes - Paris V "Effect of Monotony on Vigilance and Biomechanical Behaviour" In: Commission of European Communities

  14. As a Rare Site of Invasive Fungal Infection, Chronic Granulomatous Aspergillus Synovitis: A Case Report

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    Aylin Canbolat Ayhan

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Aspergillus can causes invasive disease of various organs especially in patients with weakened immune systems. Aspergillus synovitis and arthritis are uncommon types of involvement due to this infection. Approches to fungal osteoarticular infections are based on only case reports. This paper presents a rare case of chronic granulomatous Aspergillus synovitis in an immunocompromised 5-year old girl who was treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

  15. EPICS based DAQ system

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    Cheng Weixing; Chen Yongzhong; Zhou Weimin; Ye Kairong; Liu Dekang

    2002-01-01

    EPICS is the most popular developing platform to build control system and beam diagnostic system in modern physics experiment facilities. An EPICS based data acquisition system was built in Redhat 6.2 operation system. The system is successfully used in the beam position monitor mapping, it improves the mapping process a lot

  16. Autonomous photovoltaic lighting system

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    Hafez, Ahmed A. A.; Montesinos Miracle, Daniel; Sudrià Andreu, Antoni

    2012-01-01

    This paper introduces a comparison between the conventional and Photovoltaic (PV) lighting systems. A simple sizing procedure for a PV stand-alone system was advised. The paper also proposes a novel PV lighting system. The proposed system is simple, compact and reliable. The system operation was investigated by thoroughly mathematical and simulation work.

  17. FFTF control system experience

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    Warrick, R.P.

    1981-01-01

    The FFTF control systems provide control equipment for safe and efficient operation of the plant. For convenience, these systems will be divided into three parts for discussions: (1) Plant Protection System (PPS); (2) Plant Control System (PCS); and (3) General Observations. Performance of each of these systems is discussed

  18. Automatic control systems engineering

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    Shin, Yun Gi

    2004-01-01

    This book gives descriptions of automatic control for electrical electronics, which indicates history of automatic control, Laplace transform, block diagram and signal flow diagram, electrometer, linearization of system, space of situation, state space analysis of electric system, sensor, hydro controlling system, stability, time response of linear dynamic system, conception of root locus, procedure to draw root locus, frequency response, and design of control system.

  19. MEA vacuum system

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    Stroo, R.; Schwebke, H.; Heine, E.

    1984-01-01

    This report describes construction and operation of the MEA vacuum system of NIKHEF (Netherlands). First, the klystron vacuum system, beam transport system, diode pump and a triode pump are described. Next, the isolation valve and the fast valves of the vacuum system are considered. Measuring instruments, vacuum system commands and messages of failures are treated in the last chapter. (G.J.P.)

  20. From systems biology to systems biomedicine.

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    Antony, Paul M A; Balling, Rudi; Vlassis, Nikos

    2012-08-01

    Systems Biology is about combining theory, technology, and targeted experiments in a way that drives not only data accumulation but knowledge as well. The challenge in Systems Biomedicine is to furthermore translate mechanistic insights in biological systems to clinical application, with the central aim of improving patients' quality of life. The challenge is to find theoretically well-chosen models for the contextually correct and intelligible representation of multi-scale biological systems. In this review, we discuss the current state of Systems Biology, highlight the emergence of Systems Biomedicine, and highlight some of the topics and views that we think are important for the efficient application of Systems Theory in Biomedicine. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  1. Mapping biological systems to network systems

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    Rathore, Heena

    2016-01-01

    The book presents the challenges inherent in the paradigm shift of network systems from static to highly dynamic distributed systems – it proposes solutions that the symbiotic nature of biological systems can provide into altering networking systems to adapt to these changes. The author discuss how biological systems – which have the inherent capabilities of evolving, self-organizing, self-repairing and flourishing with time – are inspiring researchers to take opportunities from the biology domain and map them with the problems faced in network domain. The book revolves around the central idea of bio-inspired systems -- it begins by exploring why biology and computer network research are such a natural match. This is followed by presenting a broad overview of biologically inspired research in network systems -- it is classified by the biological field that inspired each topic and by the area of networking in which that topic lies. Each case elucidates how biological concepts have been most successfully ...

  2. Environmental Management System

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    Goals Recycling Green Purchasing Pollution Prevention Reusing Water Resources Environmental Management Stewardship » Environmental Protection » Environmental Management System Environmental Management System An Environmental Management System is a systematic method for assessing mission activities, determining the

  3. System floorplanning optimization

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    Browning, David W.; Elansary, Ayman; Shalaby, Mohamed

    2012-01-01

    Notebook and Laptop Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) place great emphasis on creating unique system designs to differentiate themselves in the mobile market. These systems are developed from the 'outside in' with the focus on how the system

  4. Connected motorcycle system performance.

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    2016-01-15

    This project characterized the performance of Connected Vehicle Systems (CVS) on motorcycles based on two key components: global positioning and wireless communication systems. Considering that Global Positioning System (GPS) and 5.9 GHz Dedicated Sh...

  5. Antiskid braking system

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    Pazdera, J. S.

    1974-01-01

    Published report describes analytical development and simulation of braking system. System prevents wheels from skidding when brakes are applied, significantly reducing stopping distance. Report also presents computer simulation study on system as applied to aircraft.

  6. Bridge Management Systems

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    Thoft-Christensen, Palle

    In this paper bridge management systems are discussed with special emphasis on management systems for reinforced concrete bridges. Management systems for prestressed concrete bridges, steel bridges, or composite bridges can be developed in a similar way....

  7. TWRSview system requirements specification

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    Caldwell, J.A.; Lee, A.K.

    1995-12-01

    This document provides the system requirements specification for the TWRSview software system. The TWRSview software system is being developed to integrate electronic data supporting the development of the TWRS technical baseline

  8. Calo trigger acquisition system

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    Franchini, Matteo

    2016-01-01

    Calo trigger acquisition system - Evolution of the acquisition system from a multiple boards system (upper, orange cables) to a single board one (below, light blue cables) where all the channels are collected in a single board.

  9. Lungs and Respiratory System

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    ... Videos for Educators Search English Español Lungs and Respiratory System KidsHealth / For Parents / Lungs and Respiratory System ... ll have taken at least 600 million breaths. Respiratory System Basics All of this breathing couldn't ...

  10. The Trinity System

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    Archer, Billy Joe [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States); Vigil, Benny Manuel [Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)

    2015-01-13

    This paper describes the Trinity system, the first ASC Advanced Technology System (ATS-1). We describe the Trinity procurement timeline, the ASC computing strategy, the Trinity specific mission needs, and the Trinity system specifications.

  11. Pneumatic transfer systems

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    Bichler, H.; Boeck, H.; Hammer, J.; Buchtela, K.

    1988-11-01

    A pneumatic transfer system for research reactors, including a sample changer system and to be used for neutron activation analysis, is described. The system can be obtained commercially from the Atominstitut. 2 figs. (qui)

  12. Immune System Quiz

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    ... Safe Videos for Educators Search English Español Quiz: Immune System KidsHealth / For Kids / Quiz: Immune System Print How much do you know about your immune system? Find out by taking this quiz! About Us ...

  13. System floorplanning optimization

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    Browning, David W.; Ansary, Ayman M. El; Shalaby, Mohamed

    2013-01-01

    Notebook and Laptop Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) place great emphasis on creating unique system designs to differentiate themselves in the mobile market. These systems are developed from the 'outside in' with the focus on how the system

  14. Autonomic Nervous System Disorders

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    Your autonomic nervous system is the part of your nervous system that controls involuntary actions, such as the beating of your heart ... breathing and swallowing Erectile dysfunction in men Autonomic nervous system disorders can occur alone or as the result ...

  15. Central Nervous System Vasculitis

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    ... of Vasculitis / Central Nervous System (CNS) Vasculitis Central Nervous System (CNS) Vasculitis Swap out your current Facebook Profile ... Facebook personal page. Replace with this image. Central nervous system (CNS) vasculitis is inflammation of blood vessel walls ...

  16. Wind energy systems

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    Stewart, H. J.

    1978-01-01

    A discussion on wind energy systems involved with the DOE wind energy program is presented. Some of the problems associated with wind energy systems are discussed. The cost, efficiency, and structural design of wind energy systems are analyzed.

  17. System Software 7 Macintosh

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    System 7 is a single-user graphical user interface-based operating system for Macintosh computers and was part of the classic Mac OS line of operating systems. It was introduced on May 13, 1991, by Apple Computer. It succeeded System 6, and was the main Macintosh operating system until it was succeeded by Mac OS 8 in 1997. Features added with the System 7 release included virtual memory, personal file sharing, QuickTime, QuickDraw 3D, and an improved user interface. This is the first real major evolution of the Macintosh system, bringing a significant improvement in the user interface, improved stability and many new features such as the ability to use multiple applications at the same time. "System 7" is the last operating system name of the Macintosh that contains the word "system". Macintosh operating systems were later called "Mac OS" (for Macintosh Operating System).

  18. Marketing reporting system

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    Hanić Hasan M.

    2004-01-01

    The main components of a developed and good organized marketing information system are: internal reporting system, marketing reporting system, market research system and analytical marketing system. Marketing reporting system provides data and information about changes in business and micro marketing environment. This component of MIS ensures that marketing managers are up-to-date with what is going on, and to be informed about changes in company marketing environment.

  19. Marketing reporting system

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    Hanić Hasan M.

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available The main components of a developed and good organized marketing information system are: internal reporting system, marketing reporting system, market research system and analytical marketing system. Marketing reporting system provides data and information about changes in business and micro marketing environment. This component of MIS ensures that marketing managers are up-to-date with what is going on, and to be informed about changes in company marketing environment.

  20. Propulsion Systems Panel deliberations

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    Bianca, Carmelo J.; Miner, Robert; Johnston, Lawrence M.; Bruce, R.; Dennies, Daniel P.; Dickenson, W.; Dreshfield, Robert; Karakulko, Walt; Mcgaw, Mike; Munafo, Paul M.

    1993-01-01

    The Propulsion Systems Panel was established because of the specialized nature of many of the materials and structures technology issues related to propulsion systems. This panel was co-chaired by Carmelo Bianca, MSFC, and Bob Miner, LeRC. Because of the diverse range of missions anticipated for the Space Transportation program, three distinct propulsion system types were identified in the workshop planning process: liquid propulsion systems, solid propulsion systems and nuclear electric/nuclear thermal propulsion systems.

  1. Small test SDHW systems

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    Vejen, Niels Kristian

    1999-01-01

    Three small test SDHW systems was tested in a laboratory test facility.The three SDHW systems where all based on the low flow principe and a mantle tank but the design of the systems where different.......Three small test SDHW systems was tested in a laboratory test facility.The three SDHW systems where all based on the low flow principe and a mantle tank but the design of the systems where different....

  2. Battery systems engineering

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    Rahn, Christopher D

    2012-01-01

    A complete all-in-one reference on the important interdisciplinary topic of Battery Systems Engineering Focusing on the interdisciplinary area of battery systems engineering, this book provides the background, models, solution techniques, and systems theory that are necessary for the development of advanced battery management systems. It covers the topic from the perspective of basic electrochemistry as well as systems engineering topics and provides a basis for battery modeling for system engineering of electric and hybrid electric vehicle platforms. This original

  3. Gas transfer system

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    Oberlin, J.C.; Frick, G.; Kempfer, C.; North, C.

    1988-09-01

    The state of work on the Vivitron gas transfer system and the system functions are summarized. The system has to: evacuate the Vivitron reservoir; transfer gas from storage tanks to the Vivitron; recirculate gas during operation; transfer gas from the Vivitron to storage tanks; and assure air input. The system is now being installed. Leak alarms are given by SF6 detectors, which set off a system of forced ventilation. Another system continuously monitors the amount of SF6 in the tanks [fr

  4. Cognitive Medical Multiagent Systems

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    Barna Iantovics

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available The development of efficient and flexible agent-based medical diagnosis systems represents a recent research direction. Medical multiagent systems may improve the efficiency of traditionally developed medical computational systems, like the medical expert systems. In our previous researches, a novel cooperative medical diagnosis multiagent system called CMDS (Contract Net Based Medical Diagnosis System was proposed. CMDS system can solve flexibly a large variety of medical diagnosis problems. This paper analyses the increased intelligence of the CMDS system, which motivates its use for different medical problem’s solving.

  5. Airports Geographic Information System -

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    Department of Transportation — The Airports Geographic Information System maintains the airport and aeronautical data required to meet the demands of the Next Generation National Airspace System....

  6. Aeronautical Information System -

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    Department of Transportation — The Aeronautical Information System (AIS) is a leased weather automated system that provides a means of collecting and distributing aeronautical weather information...

  7. Credit Management System

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    US Agency for International Development — Credit Management System. Outsourced Internet-based application. CMS stores and processes data related to USAID credit programs. The system provides information...

  8. Control system design method

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    Wilson, David G [Tijeras, NM; Robinett, III, Rush D.

    2012-02-21

    A control system design method and concomitant control system comprising representing a physical apparatus to be controlled as a Hamiltonian system, determining elements of the Hamiltonian system representation which are power generators, power dissipators, and power storage devices, analyzing stability and performance of the Hamiltonian system based on the results of the determining step and determining necessary and sufficient conditions for stability of the Hamiltonian system, creating a stable control system based on the results of the analyzing step, and employing the resulting control system to control the physical apparatus.

  9. Neural Systems Laboratory

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    Federal Laboratory Consortium — As part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department and The Institute for System Research, the Neural Systems Laboratory studies the functionality of the...

  10. Du système de charges aux statuts de prestige individuel From the System of Charges to Individual Prestige Statuses: Thoughts on the Boundaries Between Power Spaces in Aguacatenango

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    Marie Chosson

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Les habitants du village tseltal d’Aguacatenango se trouvent confrontés aujourd’hui à différents bouleversements, dont les plus importants sont la prochaine réorganisation administrative et politique et, depuis une vingtaine d’années, la diversification des référents religieux. Ces transformations les obligent à adapter ou à reformuler ce qui pour eux constitue « la tradition » et, par là même, leur identité. L’une de leur principale préoccupation concernant ces changements est la mise en danger de leur conception de la bonne administration des affaires publiques. Les questions de distribution des pouvoirs sont ainsi au cœur des discours sur les processus actuels de « modernisation » de la communauté. Cet article se propose de revenir sur leur approche particulière de la notion de pouvoir par l’analyse de la forme d’organisation actuelle de leur administration, le système de charges. L’outil conceptuel de « frontières épaisses » permet de faire apparaître, à la marge du système, d’autres espaces de pouvoir, moins visibles mais tout aussi effectifs pour la population. Cette réflexion nous donnera une vision plus générale des différentes sphères de pouvoir et de leurs frontières, permettant pour la suite une lecture plus simple des véritables enjeux des changements actuels et des possibles stratégies d’adaptation qui en découleront.The inhabitants of the Tzeltal village of Aguacatenango currently find themselves confronted with various upheavals, the most serious of which are the upcoming administrative and political reorganisation and, over the past twenty years, the diversification of religious tenets. These transformations force them to adapt or reformulate what for them constitutes “tradition” and, by extension, their identity. One of their main concerns in relation to these changes is the endangerment of their conception of good public affairs administration. Therefore, power

  11. Integrated Systems Health Management for Intelligent Systems

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    Figueroa, Fernando; Melcher, Kevin

    2011-01-01

    The implementation of an integrated system health management (ISHM) capability is fundamentally linked to the management of data, information, and knowledge (DIaK) with the purposeful objective of determining the health of a system. It is akin to having a team of experts who are all individually and collectively observing and analyzing a complex system, and communicating effectively with each other in order to arrive at an accurate and reliable assessment of its health. In this paper, concepts, procedures, and approaches are presented as a foundation for implementing an intelligent systems ]relevant ISHM capability. The capability stresses integration of DIaK from all elements of a system. Both ground-based (remote) and on-board ISHM capabilities are compared and contrasted. The information presented is the result of many years of research, development, and maturation of technologies, and of prototype implementations in operational systems.

  12. System Analysis and Risk Assessment (SARA) system

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    Krantz, E.A.; Russell, K.D.; Stewart, H.D.; Van Siclen, V.S.

    1986-01-01

    Utilization of Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) related information in the day-to-day operation of plant systems has, in the past, been impracticable due to the size of the computers needed to run PRA codes. This paper discusses a microcomputer-based database system which can greatly enhance the capability of operators or regulators to incorporate PRA methodologies into their routine decision making. This system is called the System Analysis and Risk Assessment (SARA) system. SARA was developed by EG and G Idaho, Inc. at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory to facilitate the study of frequency and consequence analyses of accident sequences from a large number of light water reactors (LWRs) in this country. This information is being amassed by several studies sponsored by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC). To meet the need of portability and accessibility, and to perform the variety of calculations necessary, it was felt that a microcomputer-based system would be most suitable

  13. Systems engineering for very large systems

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    Lewkowicz, Paul E.

    Very large integrated systems have always posed special problems for engineers. Whether they are power generation systems, computer networks or space vehicles, whenever there are multiple interfaces, complex technologies or just demanding customers, the challenges are unique. 'Systems engineering' has evolved as a discipline in order to meet these challenges by providing a structured, top-down design and development methodology for the engineer. This paper attempts to define the general class of problems requiring the complete systems engineering treatment and to show how systems engineering can be utilized to improve customer satisfaction and profit ability. Specifically, this work will focus on a design methodology for the largest of systems, not necessarily in terms of physical size, but in terms of complexity and interconnectivity.

  14. Epilogue: Systems Approaches and Systems Practice

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    Reynolds, Martin; Holwell, Sue

    Each of the five systems approaches discussed in this volume: system dynamics (SD), the viable systems model (VSM), strategic options development and analysis (SODA), soft systems methodology (SSM) and critical systems heuristics (CSH) has a pedigree. Not in the sense of the sometimes absurd spectacle of animals paraded at dog shows. Rather, their pedigree derives from their systems foundations, their capacity to evolve and their flexibility in use. None of the five approaches has developed out of use in restricted and controlled contexts of either low or high levels of complicatedness. Neither has any one of them evolved as a consequence of being applied only to situations with either presumed stakeholder agreement on purpose, or courteous disagreement amongst stakeholders, or stakeholder coercion. The compilation is not a celebration of abstract ‘methodologies', but of theoretically robust approaches that have a genuine pedigree in practice.

  15. Systems analysis of a security alarm system

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    Schiff, A.

    1975-01-01

    When the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory found that its security alarm system was causing more false alarms and maintenance costs than LLL felt was tolerable, a systems analysis was undertaken to determine what should be done about the situation. This report contains an analysis of security alarm systems in general and ends with a review of the existing Security Alarm Control Console (SACC) and recommendations for its improvement, growth and change. (U.S.)

  16. Precision digital control systems

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    Vyskub, V. G.; Rozov, B. S.; Savelev, V. I.

    This book is concerned with the characteristics of digital control systems of great accuracy. A classification of such systems is considered along with aspects of stabilization, programmable control applications, digital tracking systems and servomechanisms, and precision systems for the control of a scanning laser beam. Other topics explored are related to systems of proportional control, linear devices and methods for increasing precision, approaches for further decreasing the response time in the case of high-speed operation, possibilities for the implementation of a logical control law, and methods for the study of precision digital control systems. A description is presented of precision automatic control systems which make use of electronic computers, taking into account the existing possibilities for an employment of computers in automatic control systems, approaches and studies required for including a computer in such control systems, and an analysis of the structure of automatic control systems with computers. Attention is also given to functional blocks in the considered systems.

  17. L-system fractals

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    Mishra, Jibitesh

    2007-01-01

    The book covers all the fundamental aspects of generating fractals through L-system. Also it provides insight to various researches in this area for generating fractals through L-system approach & estimating dimensions. Also it discusses various applications of L-system fractals. Key Features: - Fractals generated from L-System including hybrid fractals - Dimension calculation for L-system fractals - Images & codes for L-system fractals - Research directions in the area of L-system fractals - Usage of various freely downloadable tools in this area - Fractals generated from L-System including hybrid fractals- Dimension calculation for L-system fractals- Images & codes for L-system fractals- Research directions in the area of L-system fractals- Usage of various freely downloadable tools in this area

  18. Power system protection 2 systems and methods

    CERN Document Server

    1995-01-01

    The worldwide growth in demand for electricity has forced the pace of developments in electrical power system design to meet consumer needs for reliable, secure and cheap supplies. Power system protection, as a technology essential to high quality supply, is widely recognised as a specialism of growing and often critical importance, in which power system needs and technological progress have combined to result in rapid developments in policy and practice in recent years. In the United Kingdom, the need for appropriate training in power system protection was recognised in the early 1960s with t

  19. Hot Spot Removal System: System description

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    NONE

    1997-09-01

    Hazardous wastes contaminated with radionuclides, chemicals, and explosives exist across the Department of Energy complex and need to be remediated due to environmental concerns. Currently, an opportunity is being developed to dramatically reduce remediation costs and to assist in the acceleration of schedules associated with these wastes by deploying a Hot Spot Removal System. Removing the hot spot from the waste site will remove risk driver(s) and enable another, more cost effective process/option/remedial alternative (i.e., capping) to be applied to the remainder of the site. The Hot Spot Removal System consists of a suite of technologies that will be utilized to locate and remove source terms. Components of the system can also be used in a variety of other cleanup activities. This Hot Spot Removal System Description document presents technologies that were considered for possible inclusion in the Hot Spot Removal System, technologies made available to the Hot Spot Removal System, industrial interest in the Hot Spot Removal System`s subsystems, the schedule required for the Hot Spot Removal System, the evaluation of the relevant technologies, and the recommendations for equipment and technologies as stated in the Plan section.

  20. Unmanned Aerial System, New System Manning Prediction

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    Hunn, Bruce P

    2006-01-01

    .... System safety and effectiveness, training, contractor operations and working conditions were evaluated for current UASs, including Hunter, Shadow, Predator, Improved Gnat, and to a lesser degree...

  1. Site systems engineering: Systems engineering management plan

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    Grygiel, M.L. [Westinghouse Hanford Co., Richland, WA (United States)

    1996-05-03

    The Site Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP) is the Westinghouse Hanford Company (WHC) implementation document for the Hanford Site Systems Engineering Policy, (RLPD 430.1) and Systems Engineering Criteria Document and Implementing Directive, (RLID 430.1). These documents define the US Department of Energy (DOE), Richland Operations Office (RL) processes and products to be used at Hanford to implement the systems engineering process at the site level. This SEMP describes the products being provided by the site systems engineering activity in fiscal year (FY) 1996 and the associated schedule. It also includes the procedural approach being taken by the site level systems engineering activity in the development of these products and the intended uses for the products in the integrated planning process in response to the DOE policy and implementing directives. The scope of the systems engineering process is to define a set of activities and products to be used at the site level during FY 1996 or until the successful Project Hanford Management Contractor (PHMC) is onsite as a result of contract award from Request For Proposal DE-RP06-96RL13200. Following installation of the new contractor, a long-term set of systems engineering procedures and products will be defined for management of the Hanford Project. The extent to which each project applies the systems engineering process and the specific tools used are determined by the project`s management.

  2. Hot Spot Removal System: System description

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    1997-09-01

    Hazardous wastes contaminated with radionuclides, chemicals, and explosives exist across the Department of Energy complex and need to be remediated due to environmental concerns. Currently, an opportunity is being developed to dramatically reduce remediation costs and to assist in the acceleration of schedules associated with these wastes by deploying a Hot Spot Removal System. Removing the hot spot from the waste site will remove risk driver(s) and enable another, more cost effective process/option/remedial alternative (i.e., capping) to be applied to the remainder of the site. The Hot Spot Removal System consists of a suite of technologies that will be utilized to locate and remove source terms. Components of the system can also be used in a variety of other cleanup activities. This Hot Spot Removal System Description document presents technologies that were considered for possible inclusion in the Hot Spot Removal System, technologies made available to the Hot Spot Removal System, industrial interest in the Hot Spot Removal System''s subsystems, the schedule required for the Hot Spot Removal System, the evaluation of the relevant technologies, and the recommendations for equipment and technologies as stated in the Plan section

  3. Systems integration of business systems. Business system ni kanshite

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    Furukawa, H [Nippon Steel Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1991-09-26

    System integration (SI) is defined as combining hardwares and softwares as the infrastructures with know-hows for their use comprehensively to respond to high-level needs of users. This paper reports the features of an SI being developed by a company (E Company), its concept on the systematized development methodology, and the conceptual models. With the primary policy placed on creative integration standing on customers positions, the SI concept comprises three parts of models for evaluations as seen from the customers, evaluations as seen from the E Company, and the development object systems to link both parts. The third part is further consisted of several lower hierarchies including a customer controlled system hierarchy (this enables customers to control the system through visualization, for example, and includes three logic models (multiple solution selection, optimal solution under restricted conditions, and numerical solution)). 2 refs., 9 figs.

  4. CDMA systems capacity engineering

    CERN Document Server

    Kim, Kiseon

    2004-01-01

    This new hands-on resource tackles capacity planning and engineering issues that are crucial to optimizing wireless communication systems performance. Going beyond the system physical level and investigating CDMA system capacity at the service level, this volume is the single-source for engineering and analyzing systems capacity and resources.

  5. Smart SDHW systems

    DEFF Research Database (Denmark)

    Andersen, Elsa

    2000-01-01

    The aim of the project is to develop smart solar domestic hot water (SDHW) systems. A smart SDHW is a system in which the domestic water can bee heated both by solar collectors and by an auxiliary energy supply system. The auxiliary energy supply system heats up the hot-water tank from the top an...

  6. Information Systems Security Audit

    OpenAIRE

    Gheorghe Popescu; Veronica Adriana Popescu; Cristina Raluca Popescu

    2007-01-01

    The article covers:Defining an information system; benefits obtained by introducing new information technologies; IT management;Defining prerequisites, analysis, design, implementation of IS; Information security management system; aspects regarding IS security policy; Conceptual model of a security system; Auditing information security systems and network infrastructure security.

  7. Medical imaging systems

    Science.gov (United States)

    Frangioni, John V

    2013-06-25

    A medical imaging system provides simultaneous rendering of visible light and diagnostic or functional images. The system may be portable, and may include adapters for connecting various light sources and cameras in open surgical environments or laparascopic or endoscopic environments. A user interface provides control over the functionality of the integrated imaging system. In one embodiment, the system provides a tool for surgical pathology.

  8. Evolution of ERP systems

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Wortmann, J.C.; Bititci, U.S.; Carrie, A.S.

    1998-01-01

    This paper describes the development of ERP systems over time. It explores both the functionality and the technology of ERP-systems. It explains the increased importance of ERP systems in practice. The paper also addresses the difficulties encountered in implementing ERP systems in real life. Modern

  9. Digital processing data communication systems (bus systems). Digitale Prozessdaten-Kommunikations-Systeme (Bus Systeme)

    Energy Technology Data Exchange (ETDEWEB)

    Fleck, K

    1980-01-01

    After an introduction to the technology of digital processing data communication systems there are the following chapters: digital communication of processing data in automation technology, the technology of biserial communication, the implementaiton of a bus system, the data transmission of the TDC-2000 system of Honeywell's and the process bus CS 275 in the automation system TELEPERM M of Siemens AG.

  10. EUCLID ARCHIVE SYSTEM PROTOTYPE

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Belikov, Andrey; Williams, Owen; Droge, Bob; Tsyganov, Andrey; Boxhoorn, Danny; McFarland, John; Verdoes Kleijn, Gijs; Valentijn, E; Altieri, Bruno; Dabin, Christophe; Pasian, F.; Osuna, Pedro; Soille, P.; Marchetti, P.G.

    2014-01-01

    The Euclid Archive System prototype is a functional information system which is used to address the numerous challenges in the development of fully functional data processing system for Euclid. The prototype must support the highly distributed nature of the Euclid Science Ground System, with Science

  11. Product Service Systems

    DEFF Research Database (Denmark)

    Departing from Product Development models based on physical artefacts. Moving towards integrated Product Development and System Operations models suited Product/Service-systems......Departing from Product Development models based on physical artefacts. Moving towards integrated Product Development and System Operations models suited Product/Service-systems...

  12. Biogas plant control system

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    Balasevicius, L.; Dervinis, G.; Macerauskas, V.

    2002-01-01

    This paper presents intelligent control system for the pig farm biogas production process. The system uses a fuzzy logic models based on knowledge of experts and operators. Four fuzzy models are introduced. The adequacy of fuzzy models is verified using real data and MATLAB simulation. Proposed expert system is implemented into traditional SCADA system for biogas process prediction and failure analyzing. (authors)

  13. System Performance and Testing

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Frei, U.; Oversloot, H.

    2004-01-01

    This chapter compares and contrasts the system performance of two widely used solar thermal systems using testing and simulation programs. Solar thermal systems are used in many countries for heating domestically used water. In addition to the simple thermosiphon systems, better designed pumped

  14. Hybrid intelligent engineering systems

    CERN Document Server

    Jain, L C; Adelaide, Australia University of

    1997-01-01

    This book on hybrid intelligent engineering systems is unique, in the sense that it presents the integration of expert systems, neural networks, fuzzy systems, genetic algorithms, and chaos engineering. It shows that these new techniques enhance the capabilities of one another. A number of hybrid systems for solving engineering problems are presented.

  15. ERP–systems

    OpenAIRE

    Shustova I.

    2016-01-01

    In this work, we analyzed the existing ERP–systems of foreign and domestic manufacturers. Popular ERP–systems in the Republic of Belarus were considered. The leading ERP-systems in the domestic market and their features were described in detail. Finally, we described the steps that must be taken to select the most suitable ERP-system for a particular company.

  16. Business advertisements management system

    OpenAIRE

    Rekel, Ernest

    2017-01-01

    Business Advertisements Management System The main goal of the project was to create a business advertisements management system, where users could easily create and find business advertisements. To accomplish this goal exist- ing systems were analyzed as well as their limitations. The end result is a working system which is able to store and proccess huge amount of data.

  17. Functional System Dynamics

    OpenAIRE

    Ligterink, N.E.

    2007-01-01

    Functional system dynamics is the analysis, modelling, and simulation of continuous systems usually described by partial differential equations. From the infinite degrees of freedom of such systems only a finite number of relevant variables have to be chosen for a practical model description. The proper input and output of the system are an important part of the relevant variables.

  18. Type Systems for Bigraphs

    DEFF Research Database (Denmark)

    Elsborg, Ebbe; Hildebrandt, Thomas; Sangiorgi, Davide

    of controls and a set of reaction rules, collectively a bigraphical reactive system (BRS). Possible advantages of developing bigraphical type systems include: a deeper understanding of a type system itself and its properties; transfer of the type systems to the concrete family of calculi that the BRS models...

  19. Computer Operating System Maintenance.

    Science.gov (United States)

    1982-06-01

    FACILITY The Computer Management Information Facility ( CMIF ) system was developed by Rapp Systems to fulfill the need at the CRF to record and report on...computer center resource usage and utilization. The foundation of the CMIF system is a System 2000 data base (CRFMGMT) which stores and permits access

  20. Balancing for nonlinear systems

    NARCIS (Netherlands)

    Scherpen, J.M.A.

    1993-01-01

    We present a method of balancing for nonlinear systems which is an extension of balancing for linear systems in the sense that it is based on the input and output energy of a system. It is a local result, but gives 'broader' results than we obtain by just linearizing the system. Furthermore, the