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Roots and prosody: The Iraqi Arabic derivational verb
A number of recent Optimality-Theoretic approaches to Nonconcatenative Templatic Morphologies (NTM) such as the verbal systems of Arabic and Hebrew have argued that NTMs do not require reification of the consonantal root (Bat-El, 1994 ; Ussishkin, 1999, 2000, 2005 ; Buckley, 2003). This article pres...
Towards a semantics for mass expressions derived from gradable expressions
What semantics should we attribute to mass expressions like wisdom and love, which are derived from gradable expressions (wise, to love)? We first examine how these expressions are used, then how they are interpreted in their various uses. We show in particular that, just like with ordinary concrete...
Planning technology maturation by exploration of useful problems in markets : the case of innovative startups
Technology-oriented innovative startups must conduct extensive experiments to gather sufficient proofs of value, so that they may reduce uncertainties before the launch of their products and services on the market. Despite their limited resources, the experiments conducted by startups are often rand...
Optimal stopping problem in mean field games
This thesis is concerned with new models of mean field games. First, we study models of optimal stopping and impulse control in the case when there is no common noise. We build an appropriate notion of solutions for those models. We prove the existence and the uniqueness of such solutions under natu...
DEVELOPMENT OF AN APPLICATION TO TRACK MISSING PERSONS AT SEA
International audience Particle-tracking models can simulate the drift of floating objects in the ocean, and provide a valuable tool for search and rescue operations at sea. The choice of model parameters has a big impact on the prediction, and can greatly affect the success of the search and rescue...
Ownership of a volume
HDR Conferences Maître Research Team in Private Law EA1230 University of Poitiers Conference Roma Tre Days of 13-14 June 2014 “Le proprietà/Les propriété”. Property of a volume 1. A cone at the infinite base. The concept of volume was theorised by René Savatier in the mid-1960s. He wanted to break w...
In this article we consider the problem of testing the exogeneity of a subset of assumed endogenous variables in an econometric model. We first show that it is possible to present this problem in a general way both in the context of the instrumental variables and in the context of the maximum probab...
Influence of breeding sites on the bacterial microbiota, the vector competence and survival of the Aedes aegypti mosquito
The Aedes aegypti mosquito is the main vector for dengue (DENV) and Zika (ZIKV). It becomes urgent to develop new tools to reduce the transmission of these viruses to humans by the mosquito. One promising area concerns bacteria associated with mosquito vectors: the bacterial microbiota. The natural...
Valorization of extracts from Tunisian medicinal plants as new antileishmanial substances
The valorization of bioactive molecules extracted from medicinal plants is a promising strategy in the search of active pharmaceutical ingredients for the treatment of leishmaniasis while overcoming problems of toxicity and resistance caused by conventional treatments.Three plant species were chosen...
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...
Implantable therapeutic medical device optimisation for bone and cartilage tissue engineering
Our team optimized the formulation of implantable medical devices for bone and cartilage tissue engineering. To that end, we based our work on nanostructured implants, either natural or synthetic, made in the laboratory by electrospinning process, to mimic bone extracellular matrix, and hydrogel of...
Semigroups of composition operators on weighted Hardy spaces
This thesis takes place at the intersection of several particularly active mathematical areas : functional analysis, operator theory, complex dynamics and theory of semigroups. Here, we study semigroups of composition operators on some weighted Hardy spaces, in particular the Hardy space of the disk...
Supervision of distributed systems using constrained unfoldings of timed models
This work is devoted to the issue of monitoring of distributed real-time systems. In particular, it focuses on formal aspects of model-based supervision and problems which are related to it. In its first part, we present the basic properties of two well-known formal models used to model distributed...
A synchronous approach to quasi-periodic systems
In this thesis we study embedded controllers implemented as sets of unsynchronized periodic processes. Each process activates quasi-periodically, that is, periodically with bounded jitter, and communicates with bounded transmission delays. Such reactive systems,termed 'quasi-periodic', exist as soon...
Stochastic approximations for financial risk computations
In this thesis, we investigate several stochastic approximation methods for both the computation of financial risk measures and the pricing of derivatives.As closed-form expressions are scarcely available for such quantities, %and because they have to be evaluated daily, the need for fast, efficient...
Novel antiviral mechanism of IFN-stimulated gene 20(ISG20) via translational suppression
Interferons specify a complex antiviral response that upon the detection of pathogens through various cellular pattern-recognition receptors (PRRs) lead to the induction of hundreds of genes named interferon-stimulated genes (ISGs). Several ISGs have been reported to restrict viral infection, howeve...
Pour une posture constitutiviste en géographie (Volume 1)
Ce travail d’Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches traite des relations qu’entretiennent les habitants avec le monde. Un monde non pas fait de certitudes, de faits, de vérités, d’objectivités, de micro ou macrostructures qui peu ou prou détermineraient leurs manières de faire, de penser, de se socia...
School school link: the restoration of figures as a gateway, accompanying this break
In cycle 3, in view of the collegial geometry, which will be based more on properties, it is important to offer students activities that make them consider the figures not as assemblies of sub-figures, in the way of a Tangram, but rather to see them in terms of points and straight lines. The role of...
Columns in cellular automata and generalized Rudin–Shapiro sequences
This thesis is at the interface between mathematics and theoretical computer science. In the first part, our main objects are finite automata and cellular automata. While relatively different in nature, it is possible to link both by explicit constructions. More specifically, it is possible to reali...
Colouring materials in technical and symbolical systems during Neolithic in Liguro-provençal area
The aim of this research was to determine the “chaînes opératoires” of colouring materials in the north-western Mediterranean region during the Early and Middle Neolithic and to integrate them in chrono-cultural framework. Two major archaeological sites were selected: Castellar – Pendimoun rock-shel...
In silico study of the allosteric regulation of retinoic acid receptor by phosphorylation
Retinoic Acid (RA) plays a critical role in many cellular processus through regulatory effects on cellular differentiation, proliferation and apoptosis. This proprety is at the basis of RA therapy in the treatment of several diseases and cancers such as Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia. Deciphering how...
QSPR models predicting the physico-chemical hazards of substances
In order to control the risks to which workers are exposed at their workstations, it is necessary to know the hazardous properties of the substances they use manually or in industrial processes. Most of these data are summarised in the safety data sheets of the handled substances and are usually obt...
Neurobiological characteristics of resilience and susceptibility to post-traumatic stress disorder with mouse models including the use of psychoactive substances (alcohol and cocaine)
Following exposure to traumatic events, only a small proportion of individuals (susceptible individuals) develops post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), while the others remain weakly affected (resilient individuals). In susceptible individuals, there is a high rate of co-morbidity with substance us...
Research on the toxicity and anthelminthic properties of Dithiazanin
Guillot Jacques, Jolivet Gilbert. Research on the toxicity and anthelminthic properties of Dithiazanin. In: Bulletin of the Veterinary Academy of France Tome 112 No 7, 1959. pp. 413-419.
On the positive definiteness of polyvibrating operators of Mangeron
Easwaran Sundaram. On the positive definiteness of polyvibrating operators of Mangeron. In: Bulletin de la Classe des sciences, tome 59, 1973. pp. 563-569.