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See detailEquivalences of coisotropic submanifolds
Schatz, Florian UL; Zambon, Marco

in Journal of Symplectic Geometry (2017), 15(1), 107-149

We study the role that Hamiltonian and symplectic diffeomorphisms play in the deformation problem of coisotropic submanifolds. We prove that the action by Hamiltonian diffeomorphisms corresponds to the ... [more ▼]

We study the role that Hamiltonian and symplectic diffeomorphisms play in the deformation problem of coisotropic submanifolds. We prove that the action by Hamiltonian diffeomorphisms corresponds to the gauge-action of the L-infinity-algebra of Oh and Park. Moreover we introduce the notion of extended gauge-equivalence and show that in the case of Oh and Park's L-infinity-algebra one recovers the action of symplectic isotopies on coisotropic submanifolds. Finally, we consider the transversally integrable case in detail. [less ▲]

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See detailEquivalences of Higher Derived Brackets
Cattaneo, Alberto; Schatz, Florian UL

in Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra (2008), 212(11), 2450-2460

This note elaborates on Th. Voronov’s construction of L-infinity-structures via higher derived brackets with a Maurer–Cartan element. It is shown that gauge equivalent Maurer–Cartan elements induce L ... [more ▼]

This note elaborates on Th. Voronov’s construction of L-infinity-structures via higher derived brackets with a Maurer–Cartan element. It is shown that gauge equivalent Maurer–Cartan elements induce L-infinity-isomorphic structures. Applications in symplectic, Poisson and Dirac geometry are discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailEquivalent Harnack and gradient inequalities for pointwise curvature lower bound
Arnaudon, Marc; Thalmaier, Anton UL; Wang, Feng-Yu

in Bulletin des Sciences Mathématiques (2014), 138(5), 643-655

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See detailEquivalent representations of a set function with application to game theory and multicriteria decision making
Grabisch, Michel; Marichal, Jean-Luc UL; Roubens, Marc

Scientific Conference (1998, October)

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See detailEquivalent representations of a set function with applications to game theory and multicriteria decision making
Grabisch, Michel; Marichal, Jean-Luc UL; Roubens, Marc

in de Swart, Harrie (Ed.) Proc. of the Int. Conf. on Logic, Game theory and Social choice (LGS'99), Oisterwijk, the Netherlands, May 13-16, 1999 (1999, May)

This paper introduces four alternative representations of a set function: the M¨obius transformation, the co-M¨obius transformation, and the interactions between elements of any subset of a given set as ... [more ▼]

This paper introduces four alternative representations of a set function: the M¨obius transformation, the co-M¨obius transformation, and the interactions between elements of any subset of a given set as extensions of Shapley and Banzhaf values. The links between the five equivalent representations of a set function are emphasized in this presentation. [less ▲]

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See detailEquivalent representations of set functions
Grabisch, Michel; Marichal, Jean-Luc UL; Roubens, Marc

in Mathematics of Operations Research (2000), 25(2), 157-178

This paper introduces four alternative representations of a set function: the Möbius transformation, the co-Möbius transformation, and the interactions between elements of any subset of a given set as ... [more ▼]

This paper introduces four alternative representations of a set function: the Möbius transformation, the co-Möbius transformation, and the interactions between elements of any subset of a given set as extensions of Shapley and Banzhaf values. The links between the five equivalent representations of a set function are emphasized in this presentation. [less ▲]

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See detailEquivariant K-homology for hyperbolic reflection groups
Lafont, Jean-Francois; Ortiz, Ivonne; Rahm, Alexander UL et al

in The Quarterly Journal of Mathematics (2018), 69(4), 1475-1505

We compute the equivariant K-homology of the classifying space for proper actions, for cocompact 3-dimensional hyperbolic reflection groups. This coincides with the topological K-theory of the reduced C ... [more ▼]

We compute the equivariant K-homology of the classifying space for proper actions, for cocompact 3-dimensional hyperbolic reflection groups. This coincides with the topological K-theory of the reduced C*-algebra associated to the group, via the Baum-Connes conjecture. We show that, for any such reflection group, the associated K-theory groups are torsion-free. This means that we can complete previous computations with rational coefficients to get results with integral coefficients. On the way, we establish an efficient criterion for checking torsion-freeness of K-theory groups, which can be applied far beyond the scope of the present paper. [less ▲]

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See detailEquivariant operators between some modules of the Lie algebra of vector fields
Poncin, Norbert UL

in Communications in Algebra (2004), 32(7), 2559--2572

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See detailEquivariant quantization of orbifolds
Poncin, Norbert UL; Radoux, Fabian; Wolak, Robert

in Journal of Geometry and Physics (2010), 60(9), 1103--1111

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See detailEquivariant quantization of orbifolds
Poncin, Norbert UL

Scientific Conference (2010)

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See detailEquivariant symbol calculus for differential operators acting on forms
Boniver, Fabien; Hansoul, Sarah; Mathonet, Pierre UL et al

in Letters in Mathematical Physics (2002), 62(3), 219-232

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See detailEr ist Prinz. – Mehr noch: Er ist Mensch! Er ist Stimmbürger. Stimmrecht des Monarchen als Dispersionsprisma einer rechtswissenschaftlichen Monarchieanalyse
Heuschling, Luc UL

in Zeitschrift für Offentliches Recht (2021, December), 76(4), 1241-1289

In the literature on comparative constitutional law and constitutional theory, monarchies are, if they attract any attention at all, most frequently analyzed from the perspective of the monarch’s ... [more ▼]

In the literature on comparative constitutional law and constitutional theory, monarchies are, if they attract any attention at all, most frequently analyzed from the perspective of the monarch’s political power, after its more or less extensive “neutralization” in the name of the constitutional ideals of Enlightenment. Yet this classic approach, whose focus lies on the State organ’s competencies and the discretion of its royal incumbent, is incomplete as it ignores a second, increasingly important facet of the modernization process of monarchies: To what extent do Royals, including the monarch, have fundamental rights as individuals, as “human beings”? This paper considers in particular the even-more-overlooked issue of their political rights (right to vote, right to stand for election, and the right to use the instruments of direct democracy). The issue, which is a very old one, having being addressed first by Sieyès in his famous 1789 speech on royal veto and by the French Constitution of 1791, is far from being odd or futile. In some jurisdictions, like in Japan (1945), Luxembourg (2004-5), Liechtenstein (2002-3) or in Thailand (2019), it was at the core of quite controversial public debates which, eventually, lead to totally divergent outcomes. Beyond its (relative) importance in practice, it is a key parameter for theoretical purposes: combined with the criteria of the dualistic state organization, it provides a deeper insight into the complex structure of those regimes mixing, in various ways, both monarchical and democratic elements. This article sheds light on this new research field, starting with a broad historical and comparative survey, before presenting a typology in order to tackle the startling diversity of legal solutions. [less ▲]

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See detail‘Er war ein Verlorener.’ Géza von Cziffra erinnert sich an Joseph Roth.
Küpper, Achim UL

in Literaturkritik.de (2006), 12

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See detail„Er war mit der Zeit zu einem Begriff geworden“. Zur Konstruktion der Figur Batty Weber
Gilbertz, Fabienne UL

in Millim, Anne-Marie (Ed.) Batty Weber – Werk und Wirkung (2017)

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See detailErasmus+-funded HEPA: Promoting projects in Europe
Scheuer, Claude UL; Repond, Rose-Marie; Holzweg, Martin

in Scheuer, Claude; Dreiskämper, Dennis (Eds.) Schola Ludens Europaea - Papers Dedicated to Roland Naul (2019)

The European Physical Education Association (EUPEA) was founded in 1991 in Brussels and brings together as the umbrella organization of the national Physical Education Associations in Europe members from ... [more ▼]

The European Physical Education Association (EUPEA) was founded in 1991 in Brussels and brings together as the umbrella organization of the national Physical Education Associations in Europe members from more than 30 European countries Europe. The mission of EUPEA is focusing on the promotion of and the advocacy for physical education in Europe, described in the Declaration of Madrid from 1991, amended in Brussels 2011, with the main slogan ‘No Education without Physical Education’. From 2014 to 2015, EUPEA started its activities in European projects in two Preparatory Actions for European Partnerships on Sport: ● The Pro Safe Sport project (PSS) coordinated by the Enlarged Partial Agreement for Sport (EPAS) of the Council of Europe, elaborating guidance, recommendations and training to sport administrators and coaches on physical, psychological and social well-being in sport. ● Recall: Games of the Past – Sports for Today, a project coordinated by TAFISA and supported by 12 partner organizations coming from all over Europe, aiming to reintroduce traditional sports and games into the daily lives of young people as a means to tackle social challenges of today. Since the implementation of the new Erasmus+ programme by the European Commission in 2014, one of EUPEA’s core strategies to implement its mission is to participate in European projects based on collaborative partnerships. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Erbtochter, der fremde Fürst und das Land. Die Ehe Johanns des Blinden und Elisabeths von Böhmen in vergleichender europäischer Perspektive / L'héritière, le prince étranger et le pays. Le mariage de Jean l'Aveugle et d'Elisabeth de Bohême dans une perspective comparative européenne
Pauly, Michel UL

Book published by CLUDEM (2013)

Tagungsband der internationalen Tagung vom 30.9.-1.10.2010 in Luxemburg; deutsche und französische Beiträge / contributions françaises et allemandes

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See detailDie Erbtochter, der fremde Fürst und die Stände
Margue, Michel UL

in Pauly, Michel (Ed.) Die Erbtochter, der fremde Fürst und das Land. Die Ehe Johanns des Blinden und Elisabeths von Böhmen in vergleichender Perspektive (2013)

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See detailDie Erde als Wirtschaftsraum und Produktionsstätte
Helfer, Malte UL; Spielmann, Hans O.

in Fochler-Hauke, Gustav (Ed.) Bertelsmann Lexikon Länder - Völker - Kontinente, 1 (1997)

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See detailErdungen des Überirdischen. Orte am Rande der Theorie bei Adorno, Herder, Gumbrecht und Lodge
Börnchen, Stefan UL

in Amann, Wilhelm; Mein, Georg; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Periphere Zentren oder zentrale Peripherien? Kulturen und Regionen Europas zwischen Globalisierung und Regionalität (2008)

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