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Maps 1 Workshop 1 — Urban Dynamics
Initial problem: what spatial structures emerge from the combination of urban dissemination phenomena and heterogeneous behaviour of municipal urban planning actors? Presentation at the end of the proposed model traineeship
Modeling optical fiber space division multiplexed quantum key distribution systems
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High spatial dynamics-photoluminescence imaging reveals the metallurgy of the earliest lost-wax cast object
International audience Photoluminescence spectroscopy is a key method to monitor defects in semiconductors from nanophotonics to solar cell systems. Paradoxically, its great sensitivity to small variations of local environment becomes a handicap for heterogeneous systems, such as are encountered in...
Testing Granger causality in Heterogeneous Panel Data Models with Fixed Coefficients
REFIM: A Practical Interference Management in Heterogeneous Wireless Access Networks
Due to the increasing demand of capacity in wireless cellular networks, the small cells such as pico and femto cells are becoming more popular to enjoy a spatial reuse gain, and thus cells with different sizes are expected to coexist in a complex manner. In such a heterogeneous environment, the role...
Transmissions, appropriations and valorization of the Other’s Heritage : the case of the Neustadt, Strasbourg
From urban project to open-air museum, the city oscillates between a need for modernization and a desire to preserve its heritage. In Strasbourg, the urban ensemble of Neustadt illustrates these two ways of looking at the city. The very term 'Neustadt', translated literally as 'new city', resonates...
Laboratory-scale experimental and modelling investigations of 222Rn profiles in chemically heterogeneous LNAPL contaminated vadose zones
International audience The potential of LNAPL delineation by 222Rn soil-gas monitoring in a chemically heterogeneous vadose zone was investigated in this study based on laboratory (batch and columns) experiments and numerical modelling. An enhanced version of the MIN3P reactive transport code was us...
Long-term asset allocation, risk tolerance and market sentiment
International audience This paper studies optimal equity portfolios with long-term horizon under heterogeneous risk aversion levels. We focus on European stocks and empirically show that contemporaneous excess returns of semi-active strategies are negatively associated with market conditions and sen...
Auto-correlation and variance-to-mean measurements in a subcritical core obeying multiple alpha-modes
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Inflation targeting heterogeneous information and price rigidity
Heterogeneous Beliefs with Partial Observations
This paper examines a heterogeneous beliefs model in which there is a process that is only partially observed by the agents. The economy contains a risky asset producing dividends continuously in time. The dividends are observed by the agents. The dividends are assumed to be a known function of some...
On the Tradeoffs of Implementing Randomized Network Coding in Multicast Networks
Randomized network coding (RNC) greatly reduces the complexity of implementing network coding in large-scale, heterogeneous networks. This paper examines two tradeoffs in applying RNC: The first studies how the performance of RNC varies with a node's randomizing capabilities. Specifically, a limited...
A new classification of inflammatory myopathies based on clinical manifestations and the presence of myositis-specific autoantibodies by multidimensional analysis
Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (IIM or myositis) are heterogeneous in their pathophysiology and prognosis. The emergence of myositis-specific autoantibodies (MSA) suggests homogenous subgroups of patients. Our aim was to find a new classification of IIM based on phenotypic, biological and immuno...
Towards interoperability of geographical data related to textile industry heritage
International audience The TECTONIQ project studies digital systems implemented by the different actors involved to manage, disseminate and exchange information about the Textile Industrial Heritage (TIH) on the territory of Nord of France. The objective is to provide a knowledge representation that...
FIFO Queueing Policies for Packets with Heterogeneous Processing
We consider the problem of managing a bounded size First-In-First-Out (FIFO) queue buffer, where each incoming unit-sized packet requires several rounds of processing before it can be transmitted out. Our objective is to maximize the total number of successfully transmitted packets. We consider both...
Performance analysis of scientific authors
[ES] The extraction of bibliographic data such as scientific publications from different sources of data, and the subsequent analysis of the results obtained, is a method widely used by researchers in universities and businesses around the world when they need to identify topics of interest, authors...
Probability weighting and the 'level' and 'spacing' of outcomes: An experimental study over losses
International audience The main goal of the experimental study described in this paper is to investigate the sensitivity of probability weighting to the payoff structure of the gambling situation--namely the level of consequences at stake and the spacing between them--in the loss domain. For that pu...
Big (ET) DATA IN TOUTE SA complexite
The best-known definitions of the Big Data feature prominently with its large scale characteristics or the technological capabilities of big data storage and processing. After reverting to these two dimensions, this chronic develops a third, poorly dealt with in management literature: complexity. Th...
Testability of Reversible Iterative Logic Arrays
Iterative Logic Arrays (ILAs) are ideal as VLSI sub-systems because of their regular structure and its close resemblance with FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays). Reversible circuits are of interest in the design of very low power circuits where energy loss implied by high frequency switching is...
Heurístics to solve problems of vehicle routes with heterogeneous fleet and several journeys per vehicle
[ES] How today there are a large number of companies offering logistics services and facing the challenge of distributing products to hundreds of customers more effectively, i.e. optimising distances, costs and time. This can be called Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) according to scientific literature...
After the Holocaust : writing the trace in the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman
This study explores the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman through the notion of trace, the founding principle of the aesthetics and ethics of post-Holocaust writing. The incomplete knowledge of these “post-Holocaust generations” implies the presence of a “postmemor...
Impact of Investor's Varying Risk Aversion on the Dynamics of Asset Price Fluctuations
While the investors' responses to price changes and their price forecasts are well accepted major factors contributing to large price fluctuations in financial markets, our study shows that investors' heterogeneous and dynamic risk aversion (DRA) preferences may play a more critical role in the dyna...
Multiple affiliations. Pluralistic opinion
The book proposes a sociological model of pluralistic opinion that explains how an actor can have two different views on the same subject. It relies on traditional theories to show that, in a situation of uncertainty, an actor is forming an opinion in discussion relationships and that these, inserte...
Generation of gold nanoclusters encapsulated in an MCM-22 zeolite for the aerobic oxidation of cyclohexane
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Retirement and heterogeneity of older workers : the impact of public policies
The aging of the population calls into question the sustainability of Pay-As-You-Go pension system, especially in Europe. Therefore, several reforms have been implemented to face this demographic challenge. However, the effects of those reforms have been questioned. Indeed, the success of such polic...