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Beyond blind faith: overcoming the obstacles to interdisciplinary evaluation

Lamont, Michèle et al. (2006)

International audience This paper examines how panelists serving on interdisciplinary funding panels produce evaluations they perceive as fair, drawing on 81 interviews with panelists serving on multidisciplinary fellowship competitions. We identify how peer reviewers define "good" interdisciplinary ...

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Collective foraging decision in a gregarious insect

Lihoreau, Mathieu et al. (2010)

International audience Group foraging by eusocial insects implies sophisticated recruitment processes that often result in collective decisions to exploit the most profitable sources. These advanced levels of cooperation, however, remain limited to a small range of species, and we still know little ...

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Channelled Policy Transfers: EU-Tunisia Interactions on Migration Matters

Cassarino, Jean-Pierre (2014)

International audience This study analyses how the migration policy options of the Government of Tunisia have been codified by repeated interactions with the European Union (EU) and its Member States. It argues that these interactions have been shaped by the gradual consolidation of a hierarchy of ...

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Third Experimental Result on Revues.org corpus level 1 – Part II

Kim, Young-Min (7 juin 2011)

Part II : Experiments on various datasets with different strategies We prepared various datasets differently extracted from the original Revues.org corpus. The first and second rules that had been applied for the label selection on the datasets ver. 1 and 2 are still kept. Strategy a: Apply new ...

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The American Code, the Vienna Code and the resolutions of the Imperial Botanical Conference in London. Will agreement be possible in 1930?

Valckenier Suringar, J. (1929)

„The two codes have been a great help in stabilizing nomenclature. Experience has shown, however, that they lack definiteness in directing the application of names ...” (HITCHCOCK in Am. Journ. of Bot. May 1921 p. 251). „A harmonizing of the two codes appears to be impossible, if it is ...

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Rayleigh-Brillouin light scattering: Spectral moments and sum rules

Schram, R.P.C. et al. (1994)

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Unwritten Rules For Safety And Performance In An Oncology Day Care Unit: Testing The Resilience Markers Framework

Furniss, Dominic et al. (17 avr. 2013)

This paper has two complementary objectives: 1) exploring resilience behaviours in an Oncology Day Care Unit; and 2) testing the Resilience Markers Framework as a tool for facilitating resilience analysis. Data gathering in the Day Care Unit took place over five days, which included observing 31 ...

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Vertegenwoordiging en bijstand in belastingzaken: Fiscale rechtsbijstandverlening naar Nederlands recht

Wal, P. (3 nov. 2005)

textabstractThis study makes an inventory of several aspects of the representation and assistance in tax matters. The study is divided into two parts: the first part (part A) is about the social position of the providers of representation and assistance in tax matters in the Netherlands; the second ...

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Linguistic Preprocessing for Distributional Analysis : Evidence from French

Cartier, Emmanuel (17 juil. 2015)

International audience For about fifteen years, the statistical paradigm, from the distributionalism hypothesis (Harris, 1954) and corpus linguistics (Firth, 1957), has prevailed in the NLP field, with a lot of convincing results : multiword expression, part-of-speech, semantic relation ...

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