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Is there a philosophy of Chinese divination?
China has an unparalleled wealth of divination systems. Starting in the 14th century before our era with oracular inscriptions, the sophistication of these divinatory methods has since evolved. Although in reality intended to reduce the complexity of contingencies, many forms of divination reflect a...
one reality : augmenting the human experience through the combination of physical and digital worlds
In recent history, computational devices evolved from simple calculators to now pervasive artefacts, with which we share most aspects of our lives, and it is hard to imagine otherwise. Yet, this change of the role of computers was not accompanied by an equivalent redefinition of the interaction para...
First steps towards geographic rule modeling
International audience ABSTRACTGeographic knowledge has always proved its value as an instrument underlying reasoning in order to define effective solutions for the management of territories . In many domains, such as urban and environmental planning, it is essential to start processes of analysis a...
A model and exploratory field study on team creativity
International audience Organizations increasingly rely on teams to solve problems creatively or design new products and services. Research to date has mostly focused on individual creativity, rather than team creativity. This paper introduces the Team Creativity Model (TCM) to understand the anteced...
L’intelligence artificielle au risque du singulier L’intelligence artificielle au risque du singulier: Les limites du calcul des significations dans les technologies de la traduction
Impact and reactions to a blended MA course on Language Education and Technology
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An e-health system for personalized automatic sleep stages classification
In this thesis, a personalized automatic sleep staging system is proposed by combining symbolic fusion and feedback system control technique. Symbolic fusion is inspired by the decision-making process of clinical sleep staging. It starts from the extraction of digital parameters from raw polysomnogr...
Integration of client knowledge into an information systems project: influence of the knowledge environment of the project
Knowledge management within projects in Information Systems is a topic on which many authors have expressed their views: transfer and capitalisation of knowledge from one project to another project (Morley 2002, Ko et al., 2005, Haines and Goodhue, 2003), challenges and specificities of knowledge ma...
CAD Modification Techniques for Design Reviews on Heterogeneous Interactive Systems
Industrial design reviews benefit from emerging interactive technologies to become more Realistic, Immersive and Collaborative. However, the modification of design data is still managed in traditional workspace–Computer-Aided Design (CAD) systems on a workstation. As only engineers can apply modific...
Tensions, conflicts and governance processes in the French rural and peri-urban areas
National audience Who wants to understand the dynamics of rural and peri-urban areas must look at the conflicts that crosses them! It is on this assertion that the research programme on conflicts of use and neighbourhood, carried out jointly, in the French context, by various multidisciplinary teams...
French Social Media Mining : Expertise and Sentiment
Social Media has changed the way we communicate between individuals, within organizations and communities. The availability of these social data opens new opportunities to understand and influence the user behavior. Therefore, Social Media Mining is experiencing a growing interest in various scienti...
IHM et recherche d'information
national audience The human-machine interaction for information research is a key issue for different disciplines: information sciences, languages, cognitive psychology and informatics. Indeed, the search for information is no longer reserved for an expert user group. Different types of users are no...
On business culture stereotype elimination in the context of cross-cultural communication
Research in the wide range of issues connected with formation, affect and attempts to eliminate stereotypes has cross-disciplinary character, while its increasing importance is obvious, being largely determined by the globalization processes. These ambiguous and manifold processes deal with such cat...
Data-Sprinting: a Public Approach to Digital Research
International audience This chapter is about the politics of interdisciplinarity. Not in the sense of the research politics fostering collaboration across disciplines, but in the stronger sense of transcending disciplinary boundaries to make significant political contributions. In short: it is about...
Modularization of security software engineering in distributed systems
Addressing security in the software development lifecycle still is an open issue today, especially in distributed software. Addressing security concerns requires a specific know-how, which means that security experts must collaborate with application programmers to develop secure software. Object-or...
High Performance Computing : Architecture characterization and application op- timization for future generations of supercomputers
Information systems and High-Performance Computing (HPC) infrastructures play an active role in the improvement of scientific knowledge and the evolution of our societies. The field of HPC is expanding rapidly and users need increasingly powerful architectures to analyze the tsunami of data (numeric...
La réforme foncière au Vietnam. Analyse des jeux d'acteurs et du processus de transformation des institutions aux échelons central et provincial
Une des particularités du foncier vietnamien réside dans l’existence d’un « état zéro » desinstitutions foncières, que l’on peut dater approximativement au début des années 1980, à partirduquel l’ensemble des institutions a été mis en place. Cet « état zéro » des institutions ne signifiebien entendu...
Free transfer, limited mobility: A decade of higher education reform in Egypt and Morocco
This article aims to demonstrate how countries with a relative low performance in higher education like Egypt and Morocco, are informed and worked by the forces of internationalization in this domain. It compares the path of university reforms in both countries over the last decade, from their emerg...
The System for Adressing Personal Problems-From medicalisation to Socialisation: Shifts in Belgian Psychiatric and Mental Health Institutions
My PhD thesis related the growth of a large social system devoted to the treatment of personal problems; i.e. problems successively labelled as madness, mental illness and mental health problems, from the early fifties to the present days. That system involved heterogeneous networks of actors, inclu...
Reform (s): what finally the “mindset of decision” blows!
why? This is the question many French and foreign experts are facing when looking at France. Why, despite its undeniable strengths, does France not emerge faster from the crisis? Why is the state reforming only slowly and sometimes excessively sparse? Why is our tax and social system so inadequate?...
Does Transformational Adaptation Require a Transformation of Climate Services?
Cities, regions and countries are increasingly adapting to climate change. Adaptation approaches often build on disaster management activities to deal with climate extremes and make improvements to already existing systems to prepare for climate change, e.g., through water engineering or cooling exi...
Project @ctifel: cooperation project: health safety and traceability of fresh products: creation of a collaborative agro-food security platform: final report
in support of the creation of competitiveness centres in 2005, the Syndicat National des Importateurs de Fruits et Vegetables (SNIFL) seized the opportunity of this national programme to (re) define a number of its actions with a view to ensuring the economic development of its members. Among these,...
Knowledge Engineering Technique for Cluster Development
International audience After the concept of industry cluster was tangibly applied in many countries, SMEs trended to link to each other to maintain their competitiveness in the market. The major key success factors of the cluster are knowledge sharing and collaboration between partners. This knowled...
Improving the Mastery of Work and the Development of the Work Process in Paper Production
The conceptual mastery of the work process and its improvement in the pulp and paper industry has been studied in several mills. Development programs based on systematic analysis and modeling of the work process have been used to improve the work process and the workers’ conceptual mastery of it. Th...
Transcultural mediation: Practice and theoretical basis
In this article, the author presents the theoretical and technical bases of the transcultural mediation mechanism made available to hospital teams. Based on narrative practices, medical anthropology and complementarism as a method developed by Georges Devereux, this device makes it possible, in bloc...