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See detailLuxemburger Söldner in Niederländisch-Indien während des 'langen 19. Jahrhunderts' - ein Quellenbericht und seine statistische Auswertung im kolonialen Kontext
Kolnberger, Thomas UL

in Kolnberger, Thomas (Ed.) August Kohl - Ein Luxemburger Söldner im Indonesien des 19. Jahrhunderts (2015)

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See detail'Luxemburger Standarddeutsch'? Hintergründe und Perspektiven
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Zeitschrift für Deutsche Philologie (2017), 136(2017), 125-143

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See detail“Luxemburger Standarddeutsch”. On the future of the German language in Luxembourg
Sieburg, Heinz UL

in Muhr, Rudolf; Meisnitzer, Benjamin (Eds.) Pluricentric Languages and Non-Dominant Varieties Worldwide: New pluricentric languages-old problems (2018)

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See detailLuxemburgisch in der Mehrsprachigkeit – Soziolinguistik und Sprachkontakt
Gilles, Peter UL

in Elmentaler, Michael (Ed.) Deutsch und seine Nachbarn (2009)

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See detailLuxemburgisch lernen durch Geschichtenerzählen. Ein Fallbeispiel einer luxemburgischen Vorschule.
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in Forum für Politik, Gesellschaft und Kultur in Luxemburg (2012), 324(December), 46-48

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See detailLuxemburgisch zwischen Variation und Normierung. Ein Einwurf
Purschke, Christoph UL

Article for general public (2019)

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See detailDas luxemburgische Herz zwischen nationaler Einheit und regionalem Individualismus
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

in IPSE - Identités. Politiques (Ed.) Doing Identity in Luxemburg: Subjektive Aneignungen – institutionelle Zuschreibungen – sozio-kulturelle Milieus (2010)

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See detailLuxemburgische Intonation: System und Sprachkontakt
Manzoni, Judith Maria UL

Doctoral thesis (2018)

Intonation is usually one of the latest linguistic fields to be investigated in a language, which explains why no systematic approach of the tonal inventory can be found of Luxembourgish, itself a very ... [more ▼]

Intonation is usually one of the latest linguistic fields to be investigated in a language, which explains why no systematic approach of the tonal inventory can be found of Luxembourgish, itself a very young and little researched Germanic language. The main goal of this thesis is therefore to analyze the intonation of Luxembourgish in order to compile a tonal inventory by working on the characteristics of the different intonational patterns used by Luxembourgish native speakers. For this, a formal as well as a functional analysis is carried out, which is used to describe (within the autosegmental-metrical framework) the characteristics of the intonational system. This study establishes six different nuclear patterns, four of which are used in more than one conversational situation, meaning that these situations are not differentiated on the level of intonation. A thorough acoustic analysis depicts the different intonation patterns phonetically, which allows for the comparison of the same conversational situation in different speaking styles (scripted vs. unscripted speech). These findings form the basis for a comparison between the Luxembourgish intonation and the intonation of other languages, which leads to the questions whether the Luxembourgish intonation inventory differs from the ones of the two other official languages in Luxembourg, German and French. This also brings up the question about intonational transfer in the French or German speech of Luxembourgish native speakers. Results show that the German and French intonation systems differ quite strongly from the Luxembourgish system which leads to intonational interferences, even though these interferences are of a different nature in both languages. In brief, this study provides a systematic approach to Luxembourgish intonation and for the first time combines the tonal patterns with their function in discourse while also giving insights into intonational interferences produced by Luxembourgish native speakers in French and German. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxemburgische Märsche von Laurent Menager
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in IGEB-Mitteilungsblatt (2011)

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See detailLuxemburgische Musiker und luxemburgische Chormusik
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Scientific Conference (1989, May)

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See detailDas luxemburgische Schulsystem. Einblicke und Trends.
Lenz, Thomas UL; Heinz, Andreas UL

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2018 (2018)

In diesem Beitrag werden die wichtigsten Zahlen und Fakten zum luxemburgischen Schulsystem überblicksartig dargestellt und die Entwicklungen innerhalb der letzten Jahre aufgezeigt. Ein besonderer ... [more ▼]

In diesem Beitrag werden die wichtigsten Zahlen und Fakten zum luxemburgischen Schulsystem überblicksartig dargestellt und die Entwicklungen innerhalb der letzten Jahre aufgezeigt. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Darstellung des Übergangs von der Grund- zur Sekundarschule. Hierbei zeigen sich teilweise große Unterschiede zwischen den Geschlechtern, den Nationalitäten und auch zwischen einzelnen Gemeinden in Luxemburg. [less ▲]

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See detailDie luxemburgischen Familiennamen entlang der historischen Grenze zu Deutschland – Projektskizze und vorläufige Ergebnisse
Flores, Amaru UL

in Gilles, Peter; Kollmann, Cristian; Muller, Claire (Eds.) Familiennamen zwischen Maas und Rhein (2014)

This article examines the differences and similarities of the family names in the historical and recent Luxembourgish/German border region. Special attention is paid to the role of the historical border ... [more ▼]

This article examines the differences and similarities of the family names in the historical and recent Luxembourgish/German border region. Special attention is paid to the role of the historical border before 1815. The motifs of the most prototypic (i.e. most frequent) family names – based on telephone registers – are investigated. An additional focus is put on occupational names and names of origin. The results can be described in three ways: 1) Some features show a distribution across geographical and linguistic borders. 2) Others seem to follow the historical borders of Luxembourg. 3) The distribution of a last group equals the recent Luxembourgish border. The latter is not easy to explain as the nowadays Luxembourg can’t be described as a historical core area. Thus its borders shouldn’t have influenced the emergence of the family names. [less ▲]

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See detailDie luxemburgischen Komponistinnen Helen Buchholtz und Lou Koster
Anders, Ursula UL

in Nos Cahiers (2011)

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See detailDas luxemburgischsprachige Oeuvre von Michel Rodange (1827-1876). Editionsphilologische und korpuslinguistische Analyse
Sirajzade, Joshgun UL

Book published by Universität Trier (2015)

The current work focuses on theoretical and practical aspects of the analysis and publication of important literary texts using the methods of digital humanities, as well as corpus and computational ... [more ▼]

The current work focuses on theoretical and practical aspects of the analysis and publication of important literary texts using the methods of digital humanities, as well as corpus and computational linguistics. The oeuvre of Michel Rodange in the Luxembourgish language provides the basic material for this study. This includes the works ‘Renert oder de Fuuss am Frack an a Maansgréisst‘ - ca. 40.000 Tokens, ‘Dem Léiweckerche säi Lidd‘ – ca. 5.000 Tokens, ‘Dem Grof Sigfrid seng Goldkuemer‘ – ca. 15.000 Tokens and two poems – ca. 500 Tokens. On the empirical level the work involves compiling a corpus with text critical and linguistic annotations and its presentation as a web portal. A very interesting interdependency arises at this point between theory and practice. It is possible to use the created annotations in order to investigate the oeuvre from a philological point of view on the one hand; on the other hand one can use this knowledge in the development of tools, which can create similar or new annotations and improve their correctness. The text critical annotations consist of reading variants, corrections and a word glossary, whereas the linguistic annotations are of an orthographical, morphological (also including word classes and lemmata) and phraseological nature. The annotations are codes in XML. The first step in working with one’s own corpus is its digitalization. In the case of manuscripts this occurred by means of manual transcription, but the prints were digitized with the help of OCR-software. At this stage the texts were already well organized and enriched with the initial annotations and metadata. At first sight less important but still useful information such as page numbers, line breaks, chapters etc. were marked. However in compiling a corpus from an important literary work the conservation of text critical annotations is of special significance. In order to create such annotations the theoretical principles of textual criticism first needed to be discussed. Then the most important phenomena, such as text fragments, corrections, deletions etc., were documented. For poorly readable areas new interpretations were proposed and those from other editions were compared and discussed. The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) offers a number of XML-elements to organize such annotations. It was possible to limit much manual work by using tools such as TUSTEP or oXygen as well as scripting languages, e.g. Perl. These provide a powerful technique of “regular expressions”, which can automate the search and replacement work at an abstract level. The next and very useful step is tokenization. At this level text critical annotations almost overlap with linguistic annotations. A fuzzy border was defined for tokens and they were marked with their own XML-element. It is essential for further investigation to consider and study the language of the author. For this purpose special attention was paid to poetic styles in the Luxembourgish language of the 19th century, literary genres, and the orthography and spelling of the author. On the empirical level, the analysis of the corpus from a linguistic point of view with the help of corpus linguistics methods, e.g. extraction of multi word units, forms the scientific basis for later digital presentation of the oeuvre. For this purpose a number of tools for analyzing the oeuvre quantitatively as well as qualitatively were designed and developed. The output of these tools is discussed in the current work. Here theories from classical linguistics e.g. morphology, phraseology and corpus linguistics e.g. POS-Taggers, concordances and collocational analysis, were discussed. All in all the following programs were implemented and described: Tokenizer, Frequency List, POS-Trainer, POS-Tagger, Lemmatizer and further programs for word formation and phraseological analysis. The program for morphological analysis and Lemmatizer are basically rule-based, whereas most of the other programs work by means of statistics. Hidden Markov Models, which derive from probabilistic theory, underlie the assignment of part of speech tags to words. For phraseological analysis many current statistical models such as z-score, t-score, mutual information, chi-square-test and fisher’s exact test were implemented and tested. Chapter 3.4 is dedicated to the output of the program for morphological analysis and discusses word formation in the oeuvre of Michel Rodange. Chapter 3.6 focuses on the interpretation of the output for collocational- phraseological analysis. As a result of this investigation it became apparent that many automatically identified phraseological units in Michel Rodange’s oeuvre are not only a part of Luxembourgish language and culture, but also found in other European cultures. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxemburgs Ernährungssystem im Stresstest
Reckinger, Rachel UL

Article for general public (2020)

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See detailLuxemburgs Wissenschaftliche Produktivität im Vergleich zu Deutschland, Frankreich und Belgien
Dusdal, Jennifer UL; Powell, Justin J W UL

in University of Luxembourg; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2018 (2018)

Dieser Beitrag vergleicht das luxemburgische Hochschul- und Wissenschaftssystem mit drei weiteren Mitgliedsstaaten der Europäischen Union – Deutschland, Frankreich und Belgien. Gemessen wird der ... [more ▼]

Dieser Beitrag vergleicht das luxemburgische Hochschul- und Wissenschaftssystem mit drei weiteren Mitgliedsstaaten der Europäischen Union – Deutschland, Frankreich und Belgien. Gemessen wird der wissenschaftliche Output anhand wissenschaftlicher peer-reviewed Zeitschriftenbeiträge aus dem von Thomson Reuters (jetzt: Clarivate Analytics) bereitgestellten Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE). Ein Vergleich der vier Universitätssektoren zeigt, dass Deutschland und Belgien mit ihren forschungsstarken und internationalen Universitäten einen wesentlich höheren Institutionalisierungsgrad aufweisen als Frankreich und Luxemburg. Ein Vergleich der außeruniversitären Sektoren belegt eine hohe Ausdifferenzierung Deutschlands und Frankreichs im Gegensatz zu Belgien und Luxemburg. In Luxemburg gibt es eine vielfältige und leistungsstarke Forschungslandschaft, die besonders internationalisiert ist. [less ▲]

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See detailDe Luxemburgse bodem en de zwakke Rhät klei
Van Baars, Stefan UL; Becker, Rolf; Bautista, Miguel

in Geotechniek (2013)

Luxemburg kent zeer interessante, zwakke en problematische bodemsoorten zoals de zwellende gips, de gelaagde schist van Wiltz en vooral de zwakke Keuper-Rhät-klei. Die laatste komt als een dun laagje in ... [more ▼]

Luxemburg kent zeer interessante, zwakke en problematische bodemsoorten zoals de zwellende gips, de gelaagde schist van Wiltz en vooral de zwakke Keuper-Rhät-klei. Die laatste komt als een dun laagje in een groot deel van het land aan de oppervlakte. Ongeveer 2/3de deel van alle grondafschuivingen spelen zich hier af. Vandaar dat besloten is om de Rhät-klei te onderzoeken. Uit triaxiaalproeven die in het geotechnisch laboratorium van de Universiteit van Luxemburg gedaan zijn, blijkt dat deze klei een zeer kleine hoek van inwendige wrijving heeft en daardoor tot de zwakste kleien ter wereld gerekend mag worden. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxemburgul, o ţarã multingvã
Fehlen, Fernand UL

in Secolul 21 (2007), (7-12), 36-50

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See detail"LuxLeaks IV": Das Belgische Excess Profit Exemption Regime als steuerliche Beihilfe
Haslehner, Werner UL; Schwarz, Paloma

in Jaeger, Thomas; Haslinger, Birgit (Eds.) Beihilferecht Jahrbuch 2017 (2017)

The case under consideration in this contribution concerns the Belgian Excess Profit Exemption Regime, ruled to be illegal state aid by the Commission in 2016. Two questions arise from the case: First ... [more ▼]

The case under consideration in this contribution concerns the Belgian Excess Profit Exemption Regime, ruled to be illegal state aid by the Commission in 2016. Two questions arise from the case: First, what relevance the arm's length principle has under EU state aid law; second, whether the existence of "double non-taxation" (or so-called "white income") has any implications for a finding of state aid. The Commission takes the position that the arm's length principle is a necessary element of any Member State's corporate tax system as a consequence of the general equality principle underlying Article 107 TFEU. On the second question, the Commission's analysis is somewhat less unambiguous, but seems to clearly assign some relevance to the existence of double non-taxation. Both positions are reviewed critically in this contribution. [less ▲]

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