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Identification of epilepsy stages from ECoG using genetic programming classifiers

SOTELO OROZCO, ARTURO et al. (nov. 2013)

OBJECTIVE: Epilepsy is a common neurological disorder, for which a great deal of research has been devoted to analyze and characterize brain activity during seizures. While this can be done by a human expert, automatic methods still lag behind. This paper analyzes neural activity captured with ...

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Source : DANS

Comparison of the effect of salinity on the D/H ratio of fatty acids of heterotrophic and photoautotrophic microorganisms

Heinzelmann, S.M. et al. (15 avr. 2015)

The core metabolism of microorganisms has a major influence on the hydrogen isotopic composition of their fatty acids. Heterotrophic microorganisms produce fatty acids with a deuterium to hydrogen (D/H) ratio either slightly depleted or enriched in D compared to the growth water, while photo- and ...

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Source : DANS

The T Helper 17 Lineage in Pulmonary Diseases : cytokine analysis in local and systemic inflammation

Paats, Marthe (21 sept. 2012)

textabstractAlready in 1986, Mosmann and Coffman introduced the concept of separate types of T helper cells, which was based on the distinct cytokine profiles that these key effector cells of the immune system produce when stimulated to differentiate. Cytokines are small proteins that are crucial in ...

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Source : REGARDS

Les nouvelles configurations de la mobilité humaine

Diogo, Fernando (Directeur scientifique) et al. (2012)

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Source : DANS

Immune regulation in gut and cord : opportunities for directing the immune system

de Roock, S. (22 mars 2012)

The gut is an important organ for the immune system. Microbes and immune cells interact directly or via epithelial cells. Both TH17 and Treg cells mature in this environment. The composition of the microbiota has an important influence on the immune homeostasis. Influencing the immune system via the ...

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Source : HAL

Principles of perceptual grouping: implications for image-guided surgery

Dresp-Langley, Birgitta (2015)

International audience The laws and principles which predict how perceptual qualities can be extracted from the most elementary visual signals were discovered by the Gestalt psychologists (e.g., Wertheimer, 1923; Metzger, 1930, translated and re-edited by Spillmann in 2009 and 2012, respectively). ...

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Source : DANS

HMM BASED HIGH ACCURACY OFF-LINE CURSIVE HANDWRITING RECOGNITION BY A BASELINE DETECTION ERROR TOLERANT FEATURE EXTRACTION APPROACH

Wang, W. et al. (2004)

Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) can model the similarity and variation among samples of a class through a doubly stochastic process. The main difficulty of its application to off-line recognition of cursive words is to produce a consistent sequence of feature vectors from the input word image. In ...

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Source : Persée

C. Altmann, J. Cranney, P. Evrard, P. Mathal & C. Viau, « La spécialisation des productions céréalière et bovine et ses conséquences économiques. Une étude de la structure de la production agricole en France ».

Alain, Carof (1973)

Carof Alain. C. Altmann, J. Cranney, P. Evrard, P. Mathal & C. Viau, « La spécialisation des productions céréalière et bovine et ses conséquences économiques. Une étude de la structure de la production agricole en France ».. In: Études rurales, n°52, 1973. p. 187.

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Source : DANS

Innovations in the Dutch polder: Communities of practice and the challenge of coevolution

Edelenbos, Jurian et al. (1 janv. 2006)

textabstractRecently, a new initiative has entered the Dutch policy-arena of spatial planning, water management and nature preservation: the so-called Community of Practice (COP). Within such a COP actors with very different backgrounds (experts, inhabitants, officials, stakeholders) participate and ...

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