Query : Structural annotation
- Maria Krivenski2
- Maria Teresa Llano Rodriguez2
- Mark d'Inverno2
- Agastya, I Made Artha1
- Almeida, Tiago P.1
- Andrea Valle1
- Anna Pamies1
- Arniella, Monica B.1
- Athanasios Tsaftaris1
- Bart, Daniel1
- Becker, Erin A.1
- Bérard, Aurélie1
- Bertrand, S.1
- Bianchini Claudia S.1
- Blischak, Paul D.1
- Boutet Dominique1
- Burnard, Lou1
- Carter-Thomas, Shirley1
- Chandramouli, Krishna1
- Charcosset, Alain1
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- Biological Anthropology3
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- Architecture and Space Management3
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Data-processing modeling of dynamic structures of textual segments for the analysis of corpus
The objective of the thesis is to propose a data-processing model to represent, build and exploit textualstructures. The suggested model relies on a «type/token» form of text representation extended bysystems of lexical and contextual annotations. This model's establishment was carried out in the SA...
Biological role and structure/function characterization of enzymes related to halogen metabolism during alga-bacteria interactions : studies in the marine model bacterium, Zobellia galactanivorans
In the marine environment, numerous organisms participate in the biogeochemical cycle of halogens by emitting halogenated volatile organic compounds. However, the enzymatic mechanisms involved in the biosynthesis, uptake and storage of those particular compounds are often poorly known, especially in...
Corpus Notarial y Sintáctico del Asturiano Medieval (CoNSAM-XIII)
The Syntactic Notarial Corpus of Medieval Asturian (CoNSAM-XIII) is a syntactic repository made up of 50 notarial deeds from the 13th century, kept in the Oviedo Cathedral Archive and the Avilés Municipal Archive. It enables us to search specific constructions and to select multiple variables simult...
Technology Enhanced Learning: The Role of Ontologies for Feedback in Music Performance
In this paper, we present an analysis of feedback as it occurs in classroom-based and technology supported music instrument learning. Feedback is key to learning in music education and we have developed technology based on ideas from social media and audio annotation which aims to make feedback more...
Reflections on the formalisation, as a system, of a transcription of the forms of the Signs’ Languages: the Typannot
Transcription of Sign Languages (LS) approach requires consideration of their gestual nature and understanding of the reasons (among which hand centring and use of an egocalised reference framework) for which typographical systems (HamNoSys, SignWriting) have failed to become a transcription tool. G...
CONDOMINIUMS OF PEOPLE’S HOUSES: The CASE OF THE Zilda ARNS Residential IN THE MUNICIPIO DE SANTA MARIA/RS
Imboliary speculation in large cities and metropolitan cities causes opulational annotation, as well as numerous other problems, both structural and social. One of the most prevalent is the appropriation of places unfit for dwelling, usually by the low-rent population. On this basis, it is clear tha...
A quantitative approach to the graphic and lexical marks of the oral depicted through the BFM and BVH corpus
The article presents experience in the exploitation of digital corpus, the medieval French database and the humanist virtual libraries, in order to study the graphic and lexical signposting of the oral represented and quotations. Depending on the editing methods and the marking status, different req...
The Energy Landscape of Associative Memory Energy Functions and Their Application to Ab Initio Protein Structure Prediction
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002. The ability to predict the structure of a protein from its amino acid sequence is one of the major practical benefits that it is hoped will result from a greater understanding of the physics of protein folding. For sequences for which...
Data from: The constrained maximal expression level owing to haploidy shapes gene content on the mammalian X chromosome
X chromosomes are unusual in many regards, not least of which is their nonrandom gene content. The causes of this bias are commonly discussed in the context of sexual antagonism and the avoidance of activity in the male germline. Here, we examine the notion that, at least in some taxa, functionally...
Data from: Unmapped sequencing reads identify additional candidate genes linked to magnetoreception in rainbow trout
A recent study identified candidate genes linked to magnetoreception in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) by sequencing transcriptomes from the brains of fish exposed to a magnetic pulse. However, the discovery of these candidate genes was limited to sequences that aligned to the reference genome....
Dataset for pest classification in Mango farms from Indonesia
The infestation of pests affecting the Mango cultivation in Indonesia has an economic impact in the region. Following the recent development in the field of machine learning, the application of deep-learning models for multi-class pest-classification requires large collection of image samples upon w...
TNL genes in peach: insights into the post-LRR domain
Background Plants develop sustainable defence responses to pathogen attacks through resistance (R) genes contributing to effector-triggered immunity (ETI). TIR-NB-LRR genes (TNL genes) constitute a major family of ETI R genes in dicots. The putative functions or roles of the TIR, NB and LRR domains...
Some insights from French’s didactic study into language teaching writing practices
This chapter proposes a reflection on the possible contribution of research into evaluation practices carried out in French teaching to think about the difficulties of pupils and teachers in a variety of contexts, regardless of the status of the language taught. We will look at a particular difficul...
Identification of transcriptional signals in Encephalitozoon cuniculi widespread among Microsporidia phylum: support for accurate structural genome annotation
International audience BACKGROUND: Microsporidia are obligate intracellular eukaryotic parasites with genomes ranging in size from 2.3 Mbp to more than 20 Mbp. The extremely small (2.9 Mbp) and highly compact (approximately 1 gene/kb) genome of the human parasite Encephalitozoon cuniculi has been fu...
Adaptive Component Selection-Based Discriminative Model for Object Detection in High-Resolution SAR Imagery
This paper proposes an innovative Adaptive Component Selection-Based Discriminative Model (ACSDM) for object detection in high-resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imagery. In order to explore the structural relationships between the target and the components, a multi-scale detector consisting...
A corpus-based analysis of referentiality in Mapudungun
This report presents the methodological guidelines as well as some partial results of the study of referentiality in Mapudungun, a language isolate spoken in Chile and Argentina with different degrees of vitality. Reference in discourse encompasses two basic operations: the individuation of the refe...
Towards a Semiotics of the Audible
The article proposes a semiotics of the audible as the background, rooted in perception, of a semiotics of music. Its main aim is to provide a theoretical framework as general as possible by introducing a set of notions that are intended to fulfill the minimal requirements for a definition of the au...
Discursive organisation of tourist guided tours : contributional theorisation and valorisation of a professional praxis
The discourse produced in a guided tour stems from different communicative modalities which include the visit assisted by a socio-technical device and the visit guided by an education and visitor service officer. These two modalities show common characteristics of a guided tour; they also offer sign...
Data from: The standing pool of genomic structural variation in a natural population of Mimulus guttatus
Major unresolved questions in evolutionary genetics include determining the contributions of different mutational sources to the total pool of genetic variation in a species, and understanding how these different forms of genetic variation interact with natural selection. Recent work has shown that...
Data from: A large and phylogenetically diverse class of type 1 opsins lacking a canonical retinal binding site
Opsins are photosensitive proteins catalyzing light-dependent processes across the tree of life. For both microbial (type 1) and metazoan (type 2) opsins, photosensing depends upon covalent interaction between a retinal chromophore and a conserved lysine residue. Despite recent discoveries of potent...
Data from: De novo transcriptome assembly databases in the butterfly orchid Phalaenopsis equestris
Orchids are renowned for their spectacular flowers and ecological adaptations. After the sequencing of the genome of the tropical epiphytic orchid Phalaenopsis equestris, we combined Illumina HiSeq2000 for RNA-Seq and Trinity for de novo assembly to characterize the transcriptomes for 11 diverse P....
Epigenetic regulation mecanisms in holocentric pest crop Spdoptera frugiperda, Lepidoptera, Noctuidae
In eukaryotes, DNA is arranged in histones proteins complexes called nucleosomes that shape its conformation. This arrangement is heterogeneous across genomes and can be dynamically modified. Regulation of chromatin architecture plays an essential role in genome stability and transcription dynamics....
The <em>Chlamydiales</em> Pangenome Revisited: Structural Stability and Functional Coherence
The entire publicly available set of 37 genome sequences from the bacterial order <em>Chlamydiales</em> has been subjected to comparative analysis in order to reveal the salient features of this pangenome and its evolutionary history. Over 2,000 protein families are detected across multi...
Technology Enhanced Learning: The Role of Ontologies for Feedback in Music Performance
In this paper, we present an analysis of feedback as it occurs in classroom-based and technology supported music instrument learning. Feedback is key to learning in music education, and we have developed technology based on ideas from social media and audio annotation which aims to make feedback mor...
Standardizing Single-Frame Phase Singularity Identification Algorithms and Parameters in Phase Mapping During Human Atrial Fibrillation
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