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See detailSignification et fonctions d'une constitution
Gerkrath, Jörg UL

in Forum für Politik, Gesellschaft und Kultur in Luxemburg (2009), 286

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See detailSignifying the Small Nation: the Role of Tourists in Luxembourgish National Identity, 1913 1940
Millim, Anne-Marie UL

in Journal of Tourism History (2016), 8(1), 19-46

This article explores the meaning of the tourist presence in the discursive construction of Luxembourg as a nation during the first part of the twentieth century. The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, a small ... [more ▼]

This article explores the meaning of the tourist presence in the discursive construction of Luxembourg as a nation during the first part of the twentieth century. The Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, a small territory surrounded by the major European powers France, Belgium and Germany, gained independence in the nineteenth century. The attribution of sovereignty made the invention of the nation imperative and landscape writing became instrumental in developing the ideological rootedness essential to the construction of national identity. Batty Weber (1860-1940), the most prolific contemporary writer, actively sought to shape the image of the independent Luxembourg both on a national and international level, drawing on the tourist industry as a means of acquiring national self-knowledge and self-respect. His assessments and suggestions for improvement regarding the practicalities of the tourist experience are of vital importance as they illustrate the process of creating places for foreign visitors and local residents alike. He further posited the imagined gaze of the tourist as the gaze the locals should adopt and advocated the ‘spatial practices’ (De Certeau) of visitors to be emulated in the enactment of nationhood. [less ▲]

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See detailSilbenschnitt und Tonakzente
Gilles, Peter UL; Auer, Peter; Spiekermann, Helmut

Book published by Niemeyer (2002)

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See detailSilence and Desire in Psychoanalysis Approach by way of the Film Persona by Bergman
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

in Bakker, Freek. L; Van Dijk, Mathilde, Van der Tuin, Leo; Verbeek, Marjeet (Ed.) Blessed are the Eyes that Catch Divine Whispering. Silence and Religion in Film (2015)

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See detailLe silence dans le procès international : paroles de droit judiciaire européen
Menetrey, Séverine UL; Richard, Vincent

in Les Cahiers de Droit (2016)

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See detailSilent and active nociceptors: structure, functions and clinical implications.
Schmidt, Robert; Schaible, Hans-Georg; Meßlinger, Karl et al

in Gebhart, GF; Hammond, DL; Jensen, TS (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th World Congress on Pain (1994)

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See detailSilent by Design? Tesla’s Model S and the Discourse on Electric Vehicle Sound
Krebs, Stefan UL

in Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (2016), 2(1), 93-95

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See detailSilentMeet - A Prototype Mobile Application for Real-Time Automated Group-Based Collaboration
Dobrican, Remus-Alexandru UL; Neyens, Gilles UL; Zampunieris, Denis UL

in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Advanced Collaborative Networks, Systems and Applications (COLLA 2015) (2015)

Today’s growing world of mobile devices offers all the necessary elements for developing collaborative mobile applications. However, this brings new challenges like how to handle the high complexity of ... [more ▼]

Today’s growing world of mobile devices offers all the necessary elements for developing collaborative mobile applications. However, this brings new challenges like how to handle the high complexity of efficient collaborative mechanisms or automatize part of the user’s interaction with the applications, as too many actions are required from the users in order to perform even the most basic operations. This paper describes an experimental mobile application, i.e., SilentMeet, that uses a rule-based middleware architecture for mobile devices and a new technique for exchanging information, for coordinating and for taking distributed decisions. More precisely, the application is designed to detect, based on collaboration, possible meetings or events with more than 2 participants and automatically switch the smartphone into silent mode. The goal of SilentMeet can be divided into 2 two main parts: 1) to develop a collaborative application with the help of rule-based systems; and 2) implement and evaluate Global Proactive Scenarios (GPaSs) in a real-case example. [less ▲]

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See detailSilicon Bulk Barrier Diodes Fabricated by LPVPE, High Speed Electronics
Beneking, H.; Vescan, L.; Gruhle, A. et al

Book published by Springer (1986)

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See detailSilicone sealants: A Finite Fracture Mechanics failure model for non-linear materials
Rosendahl, Philipp L.; Staudt, Yves UL; Odenbreit, Christoph UL et al

in 14th International Conference on Fracture (ICF 14) (2017, June)

A finite fracture mechanics failure model for hyperelastic silicone sealants is presented. The model is in very good agreement with simple shear tests of different adhesive joint geometries.

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See detailSilver Doped Cu2SnS3 Absorber Layers for Solar Cells Application
De Wild, Jessica UL; Babbe, Finn UL; Robert, Erika UL et al

in IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2017)

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See detailSimCon - A Simulation and Visualization Environment for Overlay Networks and Large-Scale Applications
Esch, Markus UL; Botev, Jean UL; Schloss, Hermann et al

in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques for Communications, Networks and Systems (SIMUTools) (2008)

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See detailSimCoTest: A Test Suite Generation Tool for Simulink/Stateflow Controllers
Matinnejad, Reza UL; Nejati, Shiva UL; Briand, Lionel UL et al

in Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering (2016)

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See detailSimiDroid: Identifying and Explaining Similarities in Android Apps
Li, Li UL; Bissyande, Tegawendé François D Assise UL; Klein, Jacques UL

in Abstract book of the 16th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications (TrustCom) (2017)

App updates and repackaging are recurrent in the Android ecosystem, filling markets with similar apps that must be identified and analysed to accelerate user adoption, improve development efforts, and ... [more ▼]

App updates and repackaging are recurrent in the Android ecosystem, filling markets with similar apps that must be identified and analysed to accelerate user adoption, improve development efforts, and prevent malware spreading. Despite the existence of several approaches to improve the scalability of detecting repackaged/cloned apps, researchers and practitioners are eventually faced with the need for a comprehensive pairwise comparison to understand and validate the similarities among apps. This paper describes the design of SimiDroid, a framework for multi-level comparison of Android apps. SimiDroid is built with the aim to support the understanding of similarities/changes among app versions and among repackaged apps. In particular, we demonstrate the need and usefulness of such a framework based on different case studies implementing different analysing scenarios for revealing various insights on how repackaged apps are built. We further show that the similarity comparison plugins implemented in SimiDroid yield more accurate results than the state-of-the-art. [less ▲]

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See detailSimilarities and Differences Between the Vertex Cover Number and the Weakly Connected Domination Number of a Graph
Lemanska, Magdalena; Rodríguez-Velázquez, Alberto; Trujillo Rasua, Rolando UL

in Fundamenta Informaticae (2017), 152(3), 273-287

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See detailSimilarities and differences of Luxembourgish and Romanophone 12 year old's spelling strategies in German and in French
Bodé, Sylvie UL; Serres, Joyce; Ugen, Sonja UL

in Written Language and Literacy (2009), 12(1), 82-96

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See detailSimilarity as a Mask : On the Identity Corrections of the ›The Yes Men‹
Doll, Martin UL

in Maska (2006), 21(3-4), 64-75

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See detailSimilarity Metric For Curved Shapes In Euclidean Space
Demisse, Girum UL; Aouada, Djamila UL; Ottersten, Björn UL

in IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) 2016 (2016, June 26)

In this paper, we introduce a similarity metric for curved shapes that can be described, distinctively, by ordered points. The proposed method represents a given curve as a point in the deformation space ... [more ▼]

In this paper, we introduce a similarity metric for curved shapes that can be described, distinctively, by ordered points. The proposed method represents a given curve as a point in the deformation space, the direct product of rigid transformation matrices, such that the successive action of the matrices on a fixed starting point reconstructs the full curve. In general, both open and closed curves are represented in the deformation space modulo shape orientation and orientation preserving diffeomorphisms. The use of direct product Lie groups to represent curved shapes led to an explicit formula for geodesic curves and the formulation of a similarity metric between shapes by the $L^{2}$-norm on the Lie algebra. Additionally, invariance to reparametrization or estimation of point correspondence between shapes is performed as an intermediate step for computing geodesics. Furthermore, since there is no computation of differential quantities on the curves, our representation is more robust to local perturbations and needs no pre-smoothing. We compare our method with the elastic shape metric defined through the square root velocity (SRV) mapping, and other shape matching approaches [less ▲]

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