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The Instagram globe-trotters: contemporary representation (s) of the trip
This research work focuses on studying the representations of the journey put into circulation via the Instagram device by a group of users — which we simply define as a globe-trotters whose passion and practice from the other side are laid down as communal denominators. The study of the process of...
Circulation in the Massif Central in the roman time : networks, infrastructures and road equipments. The case of arverne and vellave cities
Establishing a documentary synthesis missing until now for Auvergne, this study focus in themateriality of the antique roads and in their level of equipment within two territories ofcentral Gaul, arverne and vellave cities, situated in the mountainous part of Massif Central.By taking into account th...
Licklider and network computing (x): imagination, unimagined or visionary thinking?
network computing is based in particular on the founding speech developed by J.C.R. Licklider in the 60s. Its texts are not strictly speaking technical (they contain very little jargon). What is their status, how can they be qualified? It could be thought that they are part of an imaginary (Flichy)...
Seminar “Technical and Technical Collections of Collections”
Seminar “Technical and Technical Collection of Collections” 13 November 2015-14 h-17h. — Network collections Centre Alexandre Koyré, 27 rue Damesme, 75013 Paris Thérèse Bru (University of Paris 8 and King’s College): “Think about the network collection/The broken collection: devices for the circulat...
Modeling security for network access through asymmetric cryptography using iris recognition and agent technology
The exponential growth in the use of the Internet as well as the emergence of new types of applications has increased the network’s constraints in terms f security. Fort the last several years, biometric techniques have proven their applicability and reliability in providing secure access to shared...
Circulation of cultural forms in technical devices: the social network and young immigrants
The social network can be regarded as a technical device in that it combines both technical agreements for the production of content or the construction of new forms of sociality, and social agreements which enable users to leave their footprint on the social network in question and extract contextu...
From SIGLE to OpenSIGLE and Beyond: An In-depth Look at Resource Migration in the European Context
International audience In 1980, some major European scientific information centres established the “System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe” (SIGLE) to provide access to European grey literature and to improve bibliographic coverage. August 23, 2006, the Luxemburg Register of Commerce an...
Adolf Loos in Vienna, Paris and Prague : living in interwar Europe
This thesis examines the second part of the career of the architect Adolf Loos (1870-1933) from the end of the First World War until 1933, and especially after his departure from Vienna in 1923. From the mid-1920’s onwards, Loos built, projected and published between France, Czechoslovakia and Austr...
The place of social networks sites in the information culture : School prescribed practices and informal information practices of young people in secondary schools
The purpose of our research is to question the epistemological issues of information culture and the place of SNSs in a school context. Through the prism of prescribed and informal information practices on NSRs, the aim is to study how a multi-layered and stratified information culture is being form...
Protecting transport infrastructure from major accidents
The Technology Risk Prevention Plans (PPRT) have since their introduction in 2003 profoundly changed the landscape of major industrial risk management in France. While the impact on industrial and residential residents has been widely discussed and publicised, the case of transport infrastructure ha...
Poison, medicine and new technologies in the Doctor Who TV series (2005-2012)
The article looks at various episodes of the Doctor Who TV series, whose network organisation, thanks to the narrative structure of the series, helps to develop a critical discourse about new technologies. It shows how the TV series presents some advances in medical nanotechnologies in a very negati...
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
Secure communication architecture for a UAV swarm
Advances in miniaturization of embedded systems have helped to produce small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) with highly effective capacity. In order to improve their capability in civilian complex missions (for instance, to bypass an obstruction), it is now possible to deploy UAV swarms, in which c...
Youtuber: an organised work activity? Lighting with the Knowledge Community concept
Our research aims to inform the activity and work organisation of online video producers on the YouTube workspace and exchange space in the light of the Knowledge Community concept. Through an exploratory case study we address different aspects of the activity and interactions of these producers in...
Resilience, from the observation of the phenomenon to the ownership of the concept through education
The aim of this text is to examine the value of the concept of resilience for education, exploring its potential for application capable of interaction between different semantic fields. In order to contribute to a clearer and more rigorous conceptual analysis, the examination of resilience is marke...
Dwarfs without giants : Decentralized architecture and Internet-based services
Even if the concept of decentralization is embedded to some extent at the very core of the Internet, today's “network of networks” integrates this principle only partially. The dominant organizational model for Internet-based services involves large clusters of servers controlled by the "giants" of...
Towns and urbanization of South Arabia in the pre-Islamic period: its origins, functions and territoriality within the regional settlement process
The emergence and evolution of the urban networks and their territorial layout are analyzed by focusing on how towns develop functional polarities which combine themselves within the political entities, from the l2th cent. BC to the 6th cent. AD in South-Arabia. The first step goes through the envir...
Telecommunications networks instruments and tools for measuring sociability
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe digital telecommunications networks have devices for tracing the various communication actions which make it possible, subject to the agreement of the individuals concerned, to set up comprehensive databases of communication activities. For example, technical networks can b...
Water services in sub-Saharan Africa. The urban fragmentation in question
For network fragmentation, reforms, focusing on economic efficiency and performance, have aggravated socio-spatial inequalities and weakened urban cohesion. Dedicated to water services, this book shows that current developments are also likely to unblock underequipments and improve access, particula...
What is the cost of integrating feminist movements into the supra-globalist sphere?
does the integration of alteram globalist movements into the very active sphere constitute an opportunity for feminist movements? The observation of the beginnings of a network defined by its activists as a world leader and feminist indicates that the introduction of a feminist initiative in the con...
Read the beginning. Theoretical guidelines, Borges, SAER
Under the title Archaeologies. Archives, drafts, writer genealogies were intended to gather and cross possible work on genetic criticism, on writer files, on the start of a literary production or a particular text, on the variable narratives that the author and the literary field construct around th...
Which atlantic tropism for the cultures of the Iberian Peninsula ? : the study of the metallic artifacts from the XIIIth a.C. to the VIllth a.C.
In the MBA and LBA historiography, the west lands of Europe - Great-Britain, Ireland, France and Iberian Peninsula - are gathered under the name "Atlantic complex". In this network, populations trade artifacts, ideas and Knowledge. Thus, they create a territory delimited by a set of communal artifac...
Coping with adaptation in the Paris metropolis. Technics and politics of the uncertainty society
International audience As we shift from a society of risk to a society of uncertainty, both adaptation and resilience appear to be pragmatic answers to theoretical and operational dead-ends. In just a few years, adaptation has become an injunction and is seen as the central piece of coping strategie...
The management of the Zenkaï brand
The mid-range clothing market is a sector in which the competitive intensity is full. Influential actors have little to do with small ones. Thus, market shares are essentially divided between the major brands Diesel, Replay, G-Star, Japan RAGS, Melting Pot, Pepe Jeans and Energie. However, this mark...
"La Fonte Ardennaise et ses marchés. Histoire d’une PME familiale dans un secteur en déclin, 1926-1999"