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See detailScheduling personnel for the build‑up of unit load devices at an air cargo terminal with limited space
Emde, Simon; Abedinnia, Hamid; Lange, Anne UL et al

in OR Spectrum (2020)

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See detailPhotoluminescence-Based Method for Imaging Buffer Layer Thickness in CIGS Solar Cells
Rey, Germain UL; Paduthol, Appu; Sun, Kaiwen et al

in IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics (2020)

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See detailSurface characterization of epitaxial Cu-rich CuInSe2 absorbers
Lanzoni, Evandro; Spindler, Conrad UL; Ramirez Sanchez, Omar UL et al

in IEEE (2020)

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See detailExecuting trades in style: Retail investors vs. institutions
Wolff, Christian UL

in Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting and Economics (2020)

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See detailThe Effect of Rating Scale on Response Style: Experimental Evidence for Job Satisfaction
Joxhe, Majlinda UL; Corrado, Luisa

in Journal of Well-Being Assessment (2020)

This paper explores the relationship between rating scales and response style using experimental data from a sample of 1500 households of the Innovation Panel (2008) which is part of the Understanding ... [more ▼]

This paper explores the relationship between rating scales and response style using experimental data from a sample of 1500 households of the Innovation Panel (2008) which is part of the Understanding Society database. Two random groups of individuals are being asked about their level of job satisfaction using a self-assessment questionnaire through two (7 and 11 points) rating options. By comparing the two groups, we explore the effects of the different rating scales on Extreme Response Style (ERS). The experimental design of the data enables us to show that both high and low Extreme Response Style (ERS) are correlated with personal and demographic characteristics. In addition, when comparing the shorter to a longer scale, we show that the survey design may generates tendency to choose responses at the extreme values of the distribution. [less ▲]

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See detailSelecting fault revealing mutants
Titcheu Chekam, Thierry UL; Papadakis, Mike UL; Bissyande, Tegawendé François D Assise UL et al

in Empirical Software Engineering (2020)

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See detailNew insights into the early mechanisms of epileptogenesis in a zebrafish model of Dravet syndrome
Tiraboschi, Ettore; Martina, Silvia UL; van der Ent, Wietske et al

in Epilepsia (2020)

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See detailExtensional Paramodulation for Higher-Order Logic and its Effective Implementation Leo-III
Steen, Alexander UL

in KI – Künstliche Intelligenz (2020), 34(1), 105-108

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See detailThe paradoxical effect of social support on suicidial ideation in bullying involvement in different cultural contexts
Weitzel, Leslie UL; Albert, Isabelle UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Journal of child and adolescent behaviour (2020), 8(1), 1-11

This study examined the buffering effect of perceived social support on the association between bullying involvement and suicidal ideation. Cultural differences between Luxembourgish and Indian students ... [more ▼]

This study examined the buffering effect of perceived social support on the association between bullying involvement and suicidal ideation. Cultural differences between Luxembourgish and Indian students were explored as well. The Olweus Bullying Questionnaire, the Participant Role Behaviour Questionnaire, and the Child and Adolescent Social Support Scale were used. Data of 483 high school students aged between 12 and 18 years were analysed using hierarchical regression. Significant cultural differences between Luxembourg and India in bullying involvement, perceived social support and suicidal ideation occurred. Importantly, it was found that perceived social support did not play a buffering role, but instead highly perceived social support from a close friend intensified the relationship between high cyber- and relational victimization and suicidal ideation. [less ▲]

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See detailSolution-based synthesis of kesterite thin film semiconductors
Todorov, T.; Hillhouse, H. W.; Aazou, S. et al

in Journal of Physics : Energy (2020)

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Krebs, Stefan UL

in Heßler, Martina; Liggieri, Kevin (Eds.) Technikanthropologie: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Studium (2020)

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See detailLa coopération transfrontalière comme formation de pratiques: perspectives pour une approche de recherche alternative
Wille, Christian UL; Connor, Ulla UL

in Dziub (Ed.) Le Transfrontalier. Pratiques et représentations (2020)

In order to achieve our objective, we will first provide an overview of the development of cooperation research, its characterizing orientations and establish a link to the topic of this contribution ... [more ▼]

In order to achieve our objective, we will first provide an overview of the development of cooperation research, its characterizing orientations and establish a link to the topic of this contribution (chapter 2). The following presentation of practice theories introduces praxeo-logical thinking and provides a condensed outline of the state of the art of this cultural soci-ological theory (chapter 3). Building on this, we will develop our idea of a cross-border practice formation that breaks with the premises of traditional cooperation research, and we provide an alternative perspectivation by outlining four challenges of CBC (chapter 4). In consideration of some research-practical particularities which are linked to the suggested analytical perspective, we eventually offer (chapter 5) an outlook on the development of an alternative research approach which is compatible within a multidisciplinary context. [less ▲]

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See detailNext Para-Plattformen Die Raumpolitik des Rechtspopulismus
Miessen, Markus UL; Ritts, Zoë; Bratton, Benjamin et al

Book published by Merve (2020)

Para-Platforms investigates the social, spatial, and material reality of right-wing populism. Three case studies—presented in a symposium organized by Markus Miessen at the Gothenburg Design Festival in ... [more ▼]

Para-Platforms investigates the social, spatial, and material reality of right-wing populism. Three case studies—presented in a symposium organized by Markus Miessen at the Gothenburg Design Festival in November 2017—form the core of this collection of essays: journalist Hannes Grassegger on Trump and Brexit; architectural theorist Stephan Trüby on spaces of right-wing extremism in Germany; and Christina Varvia on Forensic Architecture’s investigation of the murder of Halit Yozgat, a young German man of Turkish descent, at the hands of a far-right group in 2006. The presentations are reproduced along with the ensuing conversations with Miessen and the audience members. An essay by design scholar Mahmoud Keshavarz opening the book discusses the capacity of design to create conditions for certain politics to occur. Among the other theoretical, artistic, and historical contributions in the reader, editor Zoë Ritts interviews artist Wolfgang Tillmans regarding his pro-EU poster series, the ongoing project truth study centre, and guest-edited volume What Is Different? The volume concludes with a comic by artist Liam Gillick animating a block of granite—culled from the Swedish quarry responsible for extracting the red granite intended for the Third Reich’s architectural ambitions—as the messiah of spatial and material politics. [less ▲]

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See detailMieux situer la place de l’Approche Patient Partenaire de Soins en Grande Région
Petré, Benoit; Baumann, Michèle UL; Odero, Angela UL

Book published by Elsevier (2020)

Nos résultats appellent également à un développement de la culture de l’approche patient-partenaire de soins. Même si ce genre de démarche, favorisant l’implication du patient, est recommandé depuis de ... [more ▼]

Nos résultats appellent également à un développement de la culture de l’approche patient-partenaire de soins. Même si ce genre de démarche, favorisant l’implication du patient, est recommandé depuis de nombreuses années, c’est tout le paradigme de l’organisation des systèmes de santé qui doit évoluer en parallèle à l’évolution des besoins sanitaires. Ce paradigme touche aux valeurs, aux représentations de ce que constitue l’acte même de soigner. L’exploration menée auprès des professionnels de santé et des patients révèle des envies d’évolution des pratiques de soins et de la relation soignant-soigné. Cependant, ces volontés sont freinées par des ambiguïtés sur le concept même du patient-partenaire de soins, une connaissance et des compétences limitées en matière d’approche patient-partenaire de soins et des éléments de contexte de travail qui rendent cette évolution impossible. Le point positif est la mise en évidence d’une volonté commune d’évoluer vers un patient plus acteur dans les soins, plus autonome, avec une série d’avantages perçus. On peut dire qu’il existe un décalage important entre la vision souhaitée et ce qui est actuellement possible. Notre projet a permis d’observer une volonté affichée d’évoluer vers davantage d’engagement du patient dans la relation de soin et dans les structures de soins de santé. Le développement attendu passera par une approche systémique de l’engagement tant sur des aspects micro (de la relation de soin) méso (dans la coordination des structures de soins) et macro (avec l’engagement des politiques de santé). Le développement doit s’appuyer sur les initiatives existantes : en ce sens le projet Interreg est une belle façon de promouvoir les échanges de bonnes pratiques au service de cet engagement du patient. [less ▲]

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See detailMark Wigley - Konrad Wachsmann’s Television Post-architectural Transmissions
Miessen, Markus UL; Hirsch, Nikolaus

Book published by Sternberg Press (2020)

In this provocative intellectual biography, architectural historian Mark Wigley makes the surprising claim that the thinking behind modernist architect Konrad Wachsmann’s legendary projects was dominated ... [more ▼]

In this provocative intellectual biography, architectural historian Mark Wigley makes the surprising claim that the thinking behind modernist architect Konrad Wachsmann’s legendary projects was dominated by the idea of television. While architecture is typically embarrassed by television, preferring to act as if it never happened, Wachsmann fully embraced it. Investigating the archives of one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century, Wigley scrutinizes Wachsmann’s design, research, and teaching, closely reading a succession of unseen drawings, models, photographs, correspondence, publications, syllabi, reports, and manuscripts to argue that Wachsmann is an anti-architect—a student of some of the most influential designers of the 1920s that dedicated thirty-five post–Second World War years to the disappearance of architecture. Wachsmann turned architecture against itself. His hypnotic projects for a new kind of space were organized around the thought that television liberates a different way of living together. Wachsmann dissolved buildings into pulsating mirages that were a huge influence on the experimental avant-gardes of the 1960s and 1970s. But Konrad Wachsmann’s Television: Post-architectural Transmissions demonstrates that this work was even more extreme than the experiments it inspired. The book offers a forensic analysis of a career to show that Wachsmann developed one of the most compelling manifestos of what architecture would need to become in the age of ubiquitous electronics. [less ▲]

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See detailBinge-Watching: What Do we Know So Far? A First Systematic Review of the Evidence
Flayelle, Maèva UL; Maurage, Pierre; Ridell Di Lorenzo, Kim et al

in Current Addiction Reports (2020), 7(1), 44-60

Purpose of Review: Along with the expansion of on-demand viewing technology, the practice of binge-watching (i.e., watching multiple episodes of TV series back-to-back) has recently gained increasing ... [more ▼]

Purpose of Review: Along with the expansion of on-demand viewing technology, the practice of binge-watching (i.e., watching multiple episodes of TV series back-to-back) has recently gained increasing research interest, given its potential harmfulness and presumed addictive characteristics. The present article provides the first systematic review of the evidence regarding this increasingly widespread behavior. Recent Findings: The results of this systematic review (including 24 studies and 17,545 participants) show that binge-watching remains an ill-defined construct as no consensus exists on its operationalization and measurement. Although such methodological disparities across studies hinder the comparability of results, the preliminary findings gathered here mainly point to the heterogeneous nature of binge-watching which covers at least two distinct realities, i.e., high but non-harmful engagement and problematic involvement in TV series watching. Summary: In these early stages of research, there is a major need for more consistency and harmonization of constructs and their operationalizations to move forward in the understanding of binge-watching. Just as important, future research should maintain the distinction between high and problematic involvement in binge-watching to avoid overpathologizing this common behavior. [less ▲]

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See detailProposal of a principle cum scale analytical framework for analyzing agroecological development projects
Kapgen, Diane UL; Roudart, Laurence

in Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (2020)

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