Query : Science (General)
- Ignacio Ballester Ros222
- Michael Cherry155
- Nemesio Rodríguez Moro154
- Boletín Cultural y Bibliográfico Banco de la República132
- Benigno Mantilla Pineda127
- Poulat, Emile114
- Alicia Lindon91
- Revista Estudios de Derecho86
- Bauer, Bruno85
- Francisco Javier Fernández González82
- Bill Nasson79
- Revista Reala76
- Séguy, Jean65
- Revista Desafíos52
- Sarita Albagli47
- Steven F. Messner47
- Editorial Office45
- Brenda Wingfield42
- José María Boquera Oliver42
- Éric Gobe41
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences12793
- Political Science11273
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology6174
- Methods and Statistics5983
- Cultural Heritage and Museology5506
- Gender Studies5084
- Communication Sciences4913
- Architecture and Space Management3984
- Art and Art History3552
- Biological Anthropology2886
- Economies and Finances2487
- Environmental studies1829
- Archaeology and Prehistory1434
- Musicology and Performing Arts954
- Classical Studies791
Aesthetics and Politics: The Afterlives of Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891)
Oscar Wilde is regarded as the emblematic figure of Aestheticism and Art for Art’s sake and thus of the autonomisation of the arts in late nineteenth-century Britain. That is why The Soul of Man under Socialism, his most overtly political essay, published in The Fornightly Review in February 1891, h...
Maps 1 Workshop 4 Mobility
Simulation in SMA of a Taxi brousse transport service Summary of the work carried out during the MAPS 1 fomation. Background The humanities and social sciences have always sought to improve their tools to disseminate their knowledge. The last of them, multi-agent systems (MSAs) is a remarkable vehic...
Streaming Algorithms for Pattern Discovery over Dynamically Changing Event Sequences
Discovering frequent episodes over event sequences is an important data mining task. In many applications, events constituting the data sequence arrive as a stream, at furious rates, and recent trends (or frequent episodes) can change and drift due to the dynamical nature of the underlying event gen...
Extended Report: The Implicit Calculus
Generic programming (GP) is an increasingly important trend in programming languages. Well-known GP mechanisms, such as type classes and the C++0x concepts proposal, usually combine two features: 1) a special type of interfaces; and 2) implicit instantiation of implementations of those interfaces. S...
Trouche, L. (2003). It and mathematics environments, what uses do you use for what learning?
mathematics, seen as a parangon of pure sciences, often give the image of science built in poor technological environments; however, they have developed by forging powerful material and symbolic tools for themselves (or by exploiting them). Mathematics teaching is generally more in line with the ima...
West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
Transnationalisation of professional football. The example of the media coverage of the Champions League and the Euro 2016
Many Europeans know Europe only through high-profile competitions such as the European Football Championship or the Champions League. These sports events are among the most viewers in the world. But European football also makes it possible to see ‘business’ or ‘drift’ that is equally publicised (cor...
Do Participants Change Their Preferences in the Deliberative Process?
Combinatorial and linguistic logic: applicative combinatorial grammar
The applicative combinatory categorical Grammaire expands Steedman’s combinatorial categorical Grammaire by a canonic association between Curry’s rules and combiners on the one hand and the use of metarègles that control type change operations on the other. This model is included in the general mode...
General meeting and renewal of the hive board, 26 May 2011
At its next ordinary general meeting to be held on the occasion of its study days in Valenciennes (plan-university-Valenciennes-mont-houy), on 26 May 2011 at 17 a.m., the Universitary Network of Researchers in Environmental History entirely renews its Board of Directors. Have you joined the hive for...
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...
Introducing Vigilant Audiences
In nearly any context, people are attentive and judgemental when it comes to the affairs of others. Vigilant audiences entail a range of phenomena, span geographic areas and vary in their motivations as well as their affiliations. This watching can escalate to vigilantism if audiences witness someth...
Seminar “History of Human Sciences and Society” 2013-2014
Placé under the patronage of the French Society for the History of Man Sciences (SFHSH), the Koyré Centre seminar is a forum for discussions on current issues, recent books and the general status of archives. It is aimed not at erudition in the strict sense than at clarifying the steps which it unde...
Individual and Collaborative self-regulatory support: peer assessment & video feedback in an EFL task
International audience Self-regulated learning (SRL) includes the cognitive, metacognitive, behavioral, motivational, and emotional/affective aspects of learning. The conceptualization of self and socially regulated learning (SSRL) has recently received much attention and peer assessment (PA) has be...
Towards sustainable growth in Russia?
economic outlook in Russia: Specialists speak in the general jamhaha of the media and experts from the standard think-tanks of the loan to think (here an example). They sent their analyses to the Russian government. We will decrypt the guidelines of the report resulting from the scientific advice se...
The Least Spanning Area of a Knot and the Optimal Bounding Chain Problem
Two fundamental objects in knot theory are the minimal genus surface and the least area surface bounded by a knot in a 3-dimensional manifold. When the knot is embedded in a general 3-manifold, the problems of finding these surfaces were shown to be NP-complete and NP-hard respectively. However, the...
Inter-Operator Feedback in Data Stream Management Systems via Punctuation
Comment: CIDR 2009
Joint Sensing and Power Allocation in Nonconvex Cognitive Radio Games: Nash Equilibria and Distributed Algorithms
In this paper, we propose a novel class of Nash problems for Cognitive Radio (CR) networks, modeled as Gaussian frequency-selective interference channels, wherein each secondary user (SU) competes against the others to maximize his own opportunistic throughput by choosing jointly the sensing duratio...
Lobbyism, ethics and municipalities
The implementation of the Law on Transparency and Ethics in Lobbyism provides a good case for reflection on ethics in municipal settings. This law, which applies throughout the municipalities of Quebec since July 2005, states that it is in the public interest to know who seeks to influence decisions...
Symposium ‘Esclaving, Abolition and Repairs in the United States: cross-sight of the slavery past and the future of repairs’
Saturday 19 May 2012 was organised at the School of Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) by the Centre d’Études North American (CENA) and the International Centre for Slavery Research (CIRESC), the symposium: ‘Slavery, abolition and reparations in the United States: cross-looking on the slaver...
Fontenelle: playing and philosophsopher
As Leibniz’s interlocutor, as Pascal’s sounding (and controversy) reader, and as a distant heir of Épicure, Fontenelle has every reason not to ignore the moral and philosophical importance of the game. Indeed, Fontenelle’s thinking meets the issue of gambling in various ways. In a literal sense, Fon...
A dynamic approach for the optimisation of competing high-performance networks
This thesis seeks to optimise the communications of supercomputing applications running on clusters of PCs. Due to the massive use of multi-channel processors, it is now imperative to manage a large number of competing communication flows. We have identified and analysed the disappointing performanc...
Three architects of the late 19th and early 20th centuries are called ‘ideist architects’: François Garas (1866-1925), Gabriel Guillemonat (1866-1945) and Henri Provensal (1868-1934). They do not form a real group, but this qualification makes it possible to identify them: they seem to be able to be...
Language sciences in international cooperation between France and Brazil. The intercultural dimension : from the didactics of language and culture to language and educational policies
In this research, I will question a concept halfway between knowledge and action, interculturality in field oflanguage sciences and more specifically in educational and linguistic policies, within the context ofinternational cooperation between France and Brazil. Which intercultural skills are Frenc...
On Equivalence Between Network Topologies
One major open problem in network coding is to characterize the capacity region of a general multi-source multi-demand network. There are some existing computational tools for bounding the capacity of general networks, but their computational complexity grows very quickly with the size of the networ...