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Automatic Extraction of Forests from Historical Maps Based on Unsupervised Classification in the CIELab Color Space

Herrault, P.-A et al. (14 mai 2013)

International audience In this chapter, we describe an automatic procedure to capture features on old maps. Early maps contain specific informations which allow us to reconstruct trajectories over time and space for land use/cover studies or urban area development. The most commonly used approach to ...

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Source : HAL

Global trends in higher education: an unexpected convergence between France and India

Marc, Pilkington et al. (2013)

International audience We propose to examine an unexpected convergence between the higher education systems of two heterogeneous countries, namely France and India. After a brief comparative survey, we address the issue of the commodification of higher education in order to determine whether the ...

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Freezeout, compensation rules, and voting equilibria

At, Christian et al. (2015)

International audience A single proposer has the opportunity to generate a surplus by buying out the assets of a group of individuals. These individuals vote to accept or reject the monetary offer made to them by the proposer, who needs the agreement of a qualified majority. The voters rejecting the ...

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Source : DANS

Verification of object-oriented programs: A transformational approach

Apt, K.R. et al. (2012)

We show that verification of object-oriented programs by means of the assertional method can be achieved in a simple way by exploiting a syntax-directed transformation from object-oriented programs to recursive programs. This transformation suggests natural proofs rules and its correctness helps us ...

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A One-Stop Government Prototype Based on Use Cases and Scenarios

Glassey, Olivier (2 sept. 2002)

International audience In this paper we show the methodology we used to build a prototype for One-stop Government. We started by defining ten simple use cases, and then we developed scenarios, business rules and sequence diagrams for each of them. This work was based on a conceptual model for One- ...

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Quota allocation rules in Romania assessed by a dynamic CGE model

Loisel, R. (2010)

International audience Alternative mechanisms for EU ETS (European Union Emissions Trading Scheme) quota allocations within the Romanian economy were evaluated using a general equilibrium model within a dynamic intertemporal framework. Several distribution rules were simulated based on: the ...

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France’s social model: between resilience and erosion

Gautié, Jérôme (2015)

ILO - International Labor Organisation The notion of “social model” is quite familiar in the French social and political debate. Its main pillars date back to the aftermath of WWII, as they were defined, in their big lines, by the political program of the Resistance movement (the Conseil ...

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Source : IRD

The southern altiplano of Bolivia : chapter 5.1.b

Winkel, Thierry et al. (2015)

Quinoa has been a staple food for Andean populations for millennia. Today, it is a much-appreciated product on the international health-food, organic and fair-trade food markets. Quinoa producers in the southern Altiplano of Bolivia initiated this change approximately 40 years ago. On high desert ...

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ARCHITECTURAL RULES FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL RECONSTRUCTION

Allani-Bouhoula, Najla et al. (mars 2008)

International audience The three-dimensional reconstruction of the urban fabrics has been the object of several studies and research. To lead to the acquisition of the geometry of architectural or urban sets, some of the studies were based on photogrammetry or vision by computer. Others use a laser ...

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Rostering at a Dutch Security Firm

Freling, Richard et al. (31 mai 2001)

textabstractThe roster planning process at the Dutch security firm NVD was traditionally carried out by hand. A few years ago, because of changing labor laws in The Netherlands, this became practically impossible. We developed a decision support system which has four main modules. The first one ...

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