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Moveable flood barriers in the Rhine-Meuse estuary

Rijcken, T. et al. (27 sept. 2011)

It is possible to reduce flood risk in estuaries without having to drastically modify the river banks by levees or to block shipping routes and ecological flows by dams. ‘Storm surge barriers’ close off a river mouth at times of high sea water levels, but keep the river open during calmer times. ...

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Source : Bib. de Besançon
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ISIS-Fish, a generic and spatially explicit simulation tool for evaluating the impact of management measures on fisheries dynamics

Mahevas, Stephanie et al. (2004)

Assessing the impact of management scenarii on multi-species multi-fleet fisheries requires spatially and seasonally explicit simulation tools. No such tools are currently available in fisheries science. This paper presents a software that evaluates the impact of management measures on the dynamics ...

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Integrating standardization into engineering education: the case of forerunner Korea

Choi, Dong Geun et al. (1 janv. 2013)

textabstractThe Republic of Korea is a forerunner in integrating the topic of standardization into engineering education at the academic level. This study investigates developments and evolutions in the planning and operating of the University Education Promotion on Standardization (UEPS) in Korea. ...

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Nash was a first to axiomatize expected utility

Bleichrodt, Han et al. (3 mars 2016)

textabstractNash is famous for many inventions, but it is less known that he, simultaneously with Marschak, also was the first to axiomatize expected utility for risk. In particular, these authors were the first to state the independence condition, a condition that should have been but was not ...

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Modeling Dynamic Effects of the Marketing Mix on Market Shares

Fok, Dennis et al. (15 mai 2003)

textabstractTo comprehend the competitive structure of a market, it is important to understand the short-run and long-run effects of the marketing mix on market shares. A useful model to link market shares with marketing-mix variables, like price and promotion, is the market share attraction model. ...

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Human right to sanitation in the legal and non-legal literature: The need for greater synergy

Obani, P. et al. (2016)

This review paper analyzes the legal and non-legal literature on the human right to sanitation (HRS). It shows that despite applying different paradigms in framing the HRS, both literature support the following three main conclusions: (a) state and non-state actors, particularly NGOs and private ...

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Temporal landmark graphs for solving overconstrained planning problems

Marzal Calatayud, Eliseo Jorge et al. (15 août 2016)

This paper presents TempLM, a novel approach for handling temporal planning problems with deadlines. The proposal revolves around the concept of temporal landmark, a proposition that must be necessarily true in all solution plans to achieve the problem goals within their deadlines. The temporal ...

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Kernel Density Estimation with Ripley's Circumferential Correction

ewen (21 oct. 2014)

The revised version of the paper Kernel Density Estimation with Ripley's Circumferential Correction is now online, on hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/. In this paper, we investigate (and extend) Ripley's circumference method to correct bias of density estimation of edges (or frontiers) of regions. The ...

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Probablistic Power Flow Simulations Allowing Temporary Current Overloading

Wadman, W. et al. (2013)

This paper presents a probabilistic power flow model subject to connection temperature constraints. Renewable power generation is included and modelled stochastically in order to reflect its intermittent nature. In contrast to conventional models that enforce connection current constraints, short- ...

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