Query : hypothetical system
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For a relational approach to modern literary Arabic conditional clauses
Based on novels written in Modern Standard Arabic published between 1963 and 2005 and from the entire Arab world, this article suggests how the hypothetical systems of this variety of language no longer correspond to the established "classical" model. Specifically, it demonstrates that the so called...
Gallo-Roman "secondary" agglomerations in the Massif Central
Among the forms of organization one can observe in the ancient habitat, there is one particular structure that has been slightly ignored by French archeologists: the lesser urbanized settlements. However, in the last twenty years, small towns have attracted renewed interest.A historiographical study...
The tribe against the State? Criteria for recognising social developments in mesopotamia and Saudi Arabia
During this presentation, I wanted to show from two case studies how the appearance or non-appearance, or even rejection of the state, could be linked to a de-sanitising process whereby economic or political relations leave the area of family relations, as proposed by Maurice Godelier in ideals and...
Mapping the dynamic repertoire of the resting brain
International audience The resting state dynamics of the brain shows robust features of spatiotemporal pattern formation but the actual nature of its time evolution remains unclear. Computational models propose specific state space organization which defines the dynamic repertoire of the resting bra...
The postposition of the subject nominal:paramètres languages and stylistic effects
I will here look at the postposition of the nominal subject in the assertive statements, known as ‘simple nominal postposition’ — as opposed to the ‘pronominal postposition’ (simple or complex), which is encountered in interrogative statements (full questioning), exclamative, hypothetical or initial...
A decision support system for integrated tourism development: rethinking tourism policies and management strategies
Identifying the most appropriate institutional structures and strategies to integrate the views and coordinate the actions of diverse tourism stakeholders is a key stage in the development of integrated tourism in rural and lagging areas. In this work a Decision Support System (DSS) is developed whi...
Intelligenza artificiale e professioni legali. La questione del metodo
The need to embrace technological innovation and to introduce artificial intelligence into legal professions is undoubtedly necessary, but it risks being naive if it does not take into account an essential methodological dissonance. Even with the advent of the inductive and statistical paradigm, com...
Principle OF THE PRECAUTION AND SOCIAL DISTANCE MEASURES IN THE COVID-19 pandemic TO THE LUZ OF THE RISCO CONCERNER IN Niklas Luhmann
The pandemic caused by the novel Sars-CoV-2 coronavirus referred the structures of global society in 2020. In addition to the extreme severity of the virus as a cause of high transmissibility pathology, all countries on the planet needed to cope with a new reality, a new normal one, imposed by socia...
Progress of the European Community in intellectual property law and industry 4.0: extraterritoriality and applicability of comparative law in Brazil
The article aims to provide a critical assessment of Intellectual Law and Industry 4.0, challenging how the widespread adoption of new digital technologies (Big Data Analytics, Internet of Things, robotic systems, artificial intelligence, etc.) may affect the formulation of the law and result in new...
Thermal-hydraulic analysis of a VVER-1000 core in MSLB conditions
The objective of this paper is to analyze the ability of a VVER-1000 core and its control system to cope with a hypothetical main steam line break (MSLB) accident in case of multiple equipment failures. The study involves the use of advanced 3D core calculation models benchmarked and validated for r...
Development of a Model for Individual Educational Pathways in Engineering Education
Introduction. Individual educational pathways are widely used in higher education to optimize the educational process and harmonize the personal needs of students. The problem of their further development consists in improving scientific and methodological support and meeting the requirements of doc...
Some probable relations between assessment and private education systems in public schools
This work starts from a trend, which was already noted in a previous study, of expanding partnerships between the public and private sector in education and aims to discuss one of the indentified modalities: the increasing in adopting private education systems in public schools and some possible rel...
Future of the Learning Activities in Teenage School: Content, Methods, and Forms
the early 1990s their scientific research results have been formed in the educational system and began to be used in general primary school. However, when the widespread use of developmental education in elementary school, further studies on the age possibilities of adolescents and the content of th...
On selection of the optimal data time interval for real-time hydrological forecasting
With the advancement in modern telemetry and communication technologies, hydrological data can be collected with an increasingly higher sampling rate. An important issue deserving attention from the hydrological community is which suitable time interval of the model input data should be chosen in hy...
Modelling of shallow water table dynamics using conceptual and physically based integrated surface-water–groundwater hydrologic models
<p>We present a new conceptual scheme of the interaction between unsaturated and saturated zones of the MOBIDIC (MOdello Bilancio Idrologico DIstributo e Continuo) hydrological model which is applicable to shallow water table conditions. First, MODFLOW was coupled to MOBIDIC as the physically based...
Learning pathways in the form of deaf Learning Paths how deaf students
The problem of teachers’ lack of knowledge of teaching factors that enable interaction on mathematics between deaf students and listeners is addressed. They are presented as results: a hypothetical learning path of geometrical forms, which underpins the production of accessible teaching designs; a s...
The right to collect stipulated penalty agreed in case of non-performance, after the contract had been terminated for non-performance
The author begins the article by presenting diverse court practices in the Republic of Serbia with regard to the right to collect stipulated penalty agreed in case of non-performance, after the contract had been terminated for non-performance. At the same time, the author concludes that these differ...
BRAZILIAN JEITINHO: The DIÁRIAS Corruptions and SEUS reflections on the length of the JUSTICE
This test was based on the premise that the so-called Brazilian jeitine can contribute to the increased length of justice, which is one of the great forks of the judiciary in contemporaneity. In this respect, the central theme of this article will be to demonstrate how small daily corruptions and no...
Imperfect subjunctive, time of hypothetical or zygomatic?
Sophie Saffi, relying on sentences taken from San Antonio, Guy Bedos, Raymond Devos and other literatures strongly rooted in the spoken language, pleasant on the shades of use of imperfect subjunctive, fun by exposing us to the difference between the Italian system and the French system and, with th...
An empirical method for estimating future flood risks for flood warnings
Since medium and long-term precipitation forecasts are still not reliable enough, rough estimates of the degree of the extremity of forthcoming flood events that might occur in the course of dangerous meteorological situations approaching a basin could be useful to decision-makers as additional info...
Criticism of the crucial experiment: Michelson and the ether scenario (1887-1930). Some implications for the teaching of physics (15/17 years)
There is a criticism of the concept of crucial experiment, based on a historical analysis of the series of interferometric experiments initiated by Michelson and Morley (1881-87), and repeated and refined by various researchers in the following decades, based on the hypothesis of the existence of a...
Modeling debris-covered glaciers: response to steady debris deposition
Debris-covered glaciers are common in rapidly eroding alpine landscapes. When thicker than a few centimeters, surface debris suppresses melt rates. If continuous debris cover is present, ablation rates can be significantly reduced leading to increases in glacier length. In order to quantify feedback...
The outsourcing of the employment relationship in the Brazilian regulatory system
In a global economy, hyperconnected by the computer network, with neoliberal policies advocating a relaxation/deregulation of labour law, the subject of therceirisation is common. The purpose of this test is exactly to assess the legal dimension of outsourcing in Brazil, comparing the constitutional...
Overhauling the assessment of agrochemical-driven interferences with microbial communities for improved global ecosystem integrity
Recent studies have shown that various agrochemicals can substantially affect microbial communities; especially those that are associated with cultivated plants. Under certain circumstances, up to 50% of the naturally occurring microorganisms can be negatively affected by common agricultural practic...
The inapplicability of the Unconstitutional State of Things Theory to the Brazilian health system
The theory of the State of Unconstitutional Things has increasingly found resonance in Brazilian constitutionalist doctrine, notably after its recent use by the Federal Supreme Court. Some national legal writers argue that the Brazilian health system is an example of ‘unconstitutional state of affai...