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Experiential response and intention to purchase in the co-creative consumption of music: the Nine Inch Nails experiment
cote interne IRCAM: Aucouturier13c Customers allowed to co-create products are more willing to purchase them eventually, because of their utilitarian but also their hedonic and experiential value. Experiential responses seem especially relevant in the co-creative consumption of cultural and intangib...
On-Chip Optimal Stokes Nanopolarimetry Based on Spin-Orbit Interaction of Light
Asian Influences on Tibetan Military History between the 17th and 20th Centuries
Stratospheric carbon isotope fractionation and tropospheric histories of CFC-11, CFC-12 and CFC-113 isotopologues
We present novel measurements of the carbon isotope composition of CFC-11 (CCl3F), CFC-12 (CCl2F2), and CFC-113 (CF2ClCFCl2), three atmospheric trace gases that are important for both stratospheric ozone depletion and global warming. These measurements were carried out on air samples collected in th...
Buddhism as the end and means of the Ganden Phodrang army: an introduction to relations between the Buddhic and military spheres in Tibet (1642-1959)
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Credit Constraints and Growth in a Global Economy
We show that in an open-economy OLG model, the interaction between growth differentials and household credit constraints—more severe in fast-growing countries—can explain three prominent global trends: a divergence in private saving rates between advanced and emerging economies, large net capital ou...
The Archaeological Landscape of Koh Ker, Northwest Cambodia
International audience This article provides a summary of research activities and outcomes following several years of aerial and ground-based surveys undertaken at Koh Ker, in Preah Vihear Province in northwest Cambodia. Key findings include the discovery of a sophisticated and multi- period system...
Mahendraparvata: an early Angkor-period capital defined through airborne laser scanning at Phnom Kulen
Chimpanzee vowel-like sounds and voice quality suggest formant space expansion through the hominoid lineage
International audience The origins of human speech are obscure; it is still unclear what aspects are unique to our species or shared with our evolutionary cousins, in part due to a lack of a common framework for comparison. We asked what chimpanzee and human vocal production acoustics have in common...
Evidence for the breakdown of an Angkorian hydraulic system, and its historical implications for understanding the Khmer Empire
International audience This paper examines the construction and design of a 7-km long embankment, probably built for King Jayavarman IV between 928 and 941 CE, as part of a new capital. We calculate that the capacities of the outlets were too small, and conclude that the embankment failed, probably...
The Multiple Layers of the Tumor Environment
International audience The notion of tumor microenvironment (TME) has been brought to the forefront of recent scientific literature on cancer. However, there is no consensus on how to define and spatially delineate the TME. We propose that the time is ripe to go beyond an all-encompassing list of th...
Understanding Multicellularity: The Functional Organization of the Intercellular Space
International audience Integrative Physiology, a section of the journal Frontiers in Physiology The aim of this paper is to provide a theoretical framework to understand how multicellular systems realize functionally integrated physiological entities by organizing their intercellular space. From a p...
Not by structures alone: Can the immune system recognize microbial functions?
International audience A central question for immunology is: what does the immune system recognize andaccording to which principles does this kind of recognition work? Immunology has beendominated by the idea of recognizing molecular structures and triggering an appropriateimmune response when facin...
spongeScan: A web for detecting microRNA binding elements in lncRNA sequences
S Enright, A. J., John, B., Gaul, U., Tuschl, T., Sander, C., & Marks, D. S. (2003). Genome Biology, 5(1), R1. doi:10.1186/gb-2003-5-1-r1
Linking EEG signals, brain functions and mental operations: Advantages of the Laplacian transformation
Organisms or biological individuals? Combining physiological and evolutionary individuality
International audience The definition of biological individuality is one of the most discussed topics in philosophy of biology, but current debate has focused almost exclusively on evolution-based accounts. Moreover, several participants in this debate consider the notions of a biological individual...
CRISPR-Cas immunity: beyond nonself and defence
International audience In this commentary of Koonin's target paper, we defend an extended view of CRISPR-Cas immunity by arguing that CRISPR-Cas includes, but cannot be reduced to, defence against nonself. CRISPR-Cas systems can target endogenous elements (for example in DNA repair) and tolerate exo...
Top-down and bottom-up water management: A diachronic model of changing water management strategies at Angkor, Cambodia
International audience The Greater Angkor region, in northwestern Cambodia, was home to several successive capitals of the Khmer Empire (9th to 15th centuries CE). During this time, the Khmer developed an extensive agricultural and water management system characterized by top-down state-sponsored hy...
Immunological exhaustion: How to make a disparate concept operational?
International audience In this essay, we show that 3 distinct approaches to immunological exhaustion coexist and that they only partially overlap, generating potential misunderstandings. Exploring cases ranging from viral infections to cancer, we propose that it is crucial, for experimental and ther...
Writings in network. The case of Palaeohispanic scripts
Multi-Session Influence of Two Modalities of Feedback and Their Order of Presentation on MI-BCI User Training
International audience By performing motor-imagery tasks, for example, imagining hand movements, Motor-Imagery based Brain-Computer Interfaces (MI-BCIs) users can control digital technologies, for example, neuroprosthesis, using their brain activity only. MI-BCI users need to train, usually using a...
Writing good economics: how texts 'on the move' perform the lab and discipline of experimental economics
International audience While there is a wealth of research on the history, philosophy and epistemology of economics, few studies approach economics as a practical and material endeavour in the way STS and ethnographies of science have approached natural sciences. To explore how objectivity is practi...
A dual decomposition strategy of both microbial and phenotypic components for a better understanding of causal claims
International audience In our commentary on Lynch et al.'s target paper (2019, this issue), we focus on decomposition as a research strategy. We argue that not only the presumptive microbial causes but also their supposed phenotypic effects need to be decomposed relative to each other. Such a dual d...
Defence and Offence Defence and Offence: Armour and Weapons in Tibetan Culture
International audience This special issue of Annali di Ca’ Foscari-Serie orientale gathers scholars from various disciplines (history, art history, philology, Mongol studies and arms and armour specialists), in order to spur dialogue on the development and history of Tibetan weapons, and add new ave...
Spontaneous action initiation with temporal constraints on the response time: an MEEG study
International audience The Readiness Potential (RP) is a slowly increasing surface-negative cortical potential that precedes spontaneous voluntary movements. A recent interpretation provided by the Stochastic Decision Model (Schurger, 2012) suggests that this slow buildup could be the result of even...