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See detailR code developed for the calculation of Shallow Geothermal Potential Energy per parcel
Schiel, Kerry UL; Baume, Olivier; Caruso, Geoffrey UL et al

Computer development (n.d.)

Associated with the working paper "GIS-based Modelling of Shallow Geothermal Energy Potential for CO2 Emission Mitigation in Urban Areas" #by Kerry Schiel and Geoffrey Caruso (University of Luxembourg ... [more ▼]

Associated with the working paper "GIS-based Modelling of Shallow Geothermal Energy Potential for CO2 Emission Mitigation in Urban Areas" #by Kerry Schiel and Geoffrey Caruso (University of Luxembourg); Olivier Baume and Ulrich Leopold (Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology) [less ▲]

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See detailR UBIS: A bipolar-valued outranking method for the choice problem
Bisdorff, Raymond UL; Meyer, P.; Roubens, M.

in 4OR: a quarterly journal of operations research (2008), 6(2), 143-165

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See detailR wie Rücksprache
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

Article for general public (2012)

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See detailR&D activities at firm level in Belgium: when location matters
Bertinelli, Luisito UL; Nicolini, Rosella

in Review of Regional Studies (2005)

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See detailR&D and Subsidies at the Firm Level: An Application of Parametric and Semi-Parametric Two-Step Selection Models
Hussinger, Katrin UL

in Journal of Applied Econometrics (2008)

This paper analyzes the effect of public R&D subsidies on firms’ private R&D investment per employee and new product sales in German manufacturing. Parametric and semiparametric two-step selection models ... [more ▼]

This paper analyzes the effect of public R&D subsidies on firms’ private R&D investment per employee and new product sales in German manufacturing. Parametric and semiparametric two-step selection models are applied to this evaluation problem. The results show that the average treatment effect on the treated firms’ R&D intensity is positive. The estimated effects are robust with respect to the different selection models. Further results show that publicly induced R&D spending is as productive as private R&D investment in generating new product sales. [less ▲]

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See detailR&D Collaboration with Uncertain Intellectual Property Rights
Czarnitzki, Dirk; Hussinger, Katrin UL; Schneider, Cedric

in Review of Industrial Organization (2015), 46(2), 183-204

Patent pendencies create uncertainty in research and development (R&D) collaboration, which can result in a threat of expropriation of unprotected knowledge, reduced bargaining power and enhanced search ... [more ▼]

Patent pendencies create uncertainty in research and development (R&D) collaboration, which can result in a threat of expropriation of unprotected knowledge, reduced bargaining power and enhanced search costs. We show that - depending of the type of collaboration partner and the size of the company - uncertain intellectual property rights (IPR) lead to reduced collaboration between firms and can, hence, hinder knowledge production. This has implications for technology policy as R&D collaborations are exempt from antitrust legislation in order to increase R&D in the economy. We argue that a functional IPR system is needed for successful utilization of this policy. [less ▲]

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See detail(R)CCA Secure Updatable Encryption with Integrity Protection
Klooß, Michael; Lehmann, Anja; Rupp, Andy UL

in Advances in Cryptology - EUROCRYPT 2019 - 38th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques Darmstadt, Germany, May 19-23, 2019, Proceedings, Part I (2019)

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See detail(R)évolutions numériques et gestion de la dette publique.
Rassafi-Guibal, Hicham UL

Scientific Conference (2017, May 31)

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See detail(R)évolutions techniques. Vie économique
Leboutte, René UL

in Musée de la Vie Wallonne Guide du visiteur (2011)

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See detailR-CoRe: A Rule-based Contextual Reasoning Platform for AmI
Moawad, Assaad UL; Bikakis, Antonis; Caire, Patrice UL et al

in Joint Proceedings of the 7th International Rule Challenge, the Special Track on Human Language Technology and the 3rd RuleML Doctoral Consortium hosted at the 8th International Symposium on Rules (RuleML2013) (2013, July)

In this paper we present R-CoRe; a rule-based contextual reasoning platform for Ambient Intelligence environments. R-CoRe integrates Contextual Defeasible Logic (CDL) and Kevoree, a component-based ... [more ▼]

In this paper we present R-CoRe; a rule-based contextual reasoning platform for Ambient Intelligence environments. R-CoRe integrates Contextual Defeasible Logic (CDL) and Kevoree, a component-based software platform for Dynamically Adaptive Systems. Previously, we explained how this integration enables to overcome several reasoning and technical issues that arise from the imperfect nature of context knowledge, the open and dynamic nature of Ambient Intelligence environments, and the restrictions of wireless communications. Here, we focus more on technical aspects related to the architecture of R-Core, and demonstrate its use in Ambient Assisted Living. [less ▲]

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See detailAn R-package for Finite Mixture Models
Schiltz, Jang UL; Guigou, Jean-Daniel UL; Lovat, Bruno

Scientific Conference (2013, December 07)

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See detailR\&D Investment, Market Structure, and Industry Growth
Koulovatianos, Christos UL; Mirman, Leonard J.

Report (2003)

We study how alternative market structures influence market supply and R\&D investment decisions of firms operating in dynamic imperfectly competitive environments. Firms can reduce their future ... [more ▼]

We study how alternative market structures influence market supply and R\&D investment decisions of firms operating in dynamic imperfectly competitive environments. Firms can reduce their future production cost through R\&D investment today, which is the engine of endogenous industry growth. Our framework enables us to identify key strategic ingredients in firms dynamic competitive behavior through analytical characterizations. These ingredients are a static market externality, stemming from the standard oligopolistic Cournot competition, a dynamic externality that arises due to knowledge spillovers, and a dynamic market externality that comes from the interaction of knowledge spillovers with future market oligopolistic competition that firms internalize while making decisions. We isolate the impact of each strategic ingredient by comparing four alternative market structures. [less ▲]

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See detail« [R]animer par un nouveau sang d’anciens souvenirs ». Le médiévisme polémique du premier XIXe siècle, du Groupe de Coppet à Chateaubriand
Saintes, Laetitia UL

in Maillet, Fanny; Corbellari, Alain (Eds.) Le médiévisme érudit en France de la Révolution au Second Empire (2021)

Théâtre des soubresauts politiques que l’on sait, la première moitié du XIXe siècle voit également naître un engouement sans précédent pour le Moyen Âge, marqué par un goût pour le gothique et le roman de ... [more ▼]

Théâtre des soubresauts politiques que l’on sait, la première moitié du XIXe siècle voit également naître un engouement sans précédent pour le Moyen Âge, marqué par un goût pour le gothique et le roman de chevalerie ; bientôt une volonté de mieux connaître la période médiévale se fait jour. Alors que s’ouvre le siècle, Jean de Sismondi, August Wilhelm Schlegel et Germaine de Staël entreprennent chacun à leur façon de réhabiliter une période résolument méconnue dont la connaissance leur paraît essentielle pour renouveler les littératures nationales et, ce faisant, permettre au romantisme naissant de prendre son essor. De son côté, Chateaubriand, dont le Génie du christianisme (1802) a contribué de façon décisive à l’engouement de ses contemporains pour le Moyen Âge, s’attelle à la composition d’une histoire nationale, « monument à la patrie » dans lequel il entend, dans la lignée des travaux des exégètes allemands, rétablir la vérité contre les « vieux mensonges historiques » colportés par une certaine tradition historiographique ; ce sera l’Analyse raisonnée de l’histoire de France (1826). Ces connaissances patiemment accumulées servent néanmoins un objectif idéologique et politique - qu'il s'agisse, chez Chateaubriand, de restaurer la religion catholique dans son rôle civilisateur, ou de défendre, pour le Groupe de Coppet, un idéal chevaleresque susceptible d'inspirer un siècle en manque de repères. Reste encore à voir quel est le Moyen Âge – réel ou imaginaire, merveilleux ou historique – que ces deux tendances idéologiques distinctes instrumentalisent à des fins nettement polémiques. C’est bien cette tension que nous souhaitons interroger, en comparant à la lumière de leurs textes respectifs le médiévisme de Chateaubriand, dont l’Analyse donne à voir une volonté claire de redonner à l’Église le rôle et l’importance qui étaient les siens au Moyen Âge, et celui du Groupe de Coppet, qui aborde la période médiévale dans la perspective progressiste qui caractérise sa vision de l’histoire. Cette approche nous permettra de mieux cerner les modalités et les enjeux idéologiques du médiévisme d’un premier XIXe siècle où la réappropriation de l’histoire revêt plus que jamais une importance déterminante. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Rabbin et Franc-Maçon Dr. Samuel Hirsch : un chaînon manquant ?
Meyers, Christian UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2011)

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See detailRac-1-mediated O2- secretion requires Ca2+ influx in neutrophil-like HL-60 cells
Valentin, F.; Bueb, Jean-Luc UL; Capdeville-Atkinson, C. et al

in Cell Calcium (2001), 29(6), 409-15

Neutrophil-like HL-60 cells reacted to N -formyl- l -Methionyl- l -Leucyl- l -P henylalanine (f MLP) with a rise in the intracellular calcium concentration ([Ca2]i), NADPH oxidase activation, and ... [more ▼]

Neutrophil-like HL-60 cells reacted to N -formyl- l -Methionyl- l -Leucyl- l -P henylalanine (f MLP) with a rise in the intracellular calcium concentration ([Ca2]i), NADPH oxidase activation, and increased superoxide anion (O2-) production. [Ca2+]i mobilization and superoxide production were largely dependent on extracellular calcium (Ca2+]e) and a capacitative calcium entry. The monomeric G-protein, Rac-1, regulates NADPH oxidase activity. We tested the effect of removal of Ca2+]e on Rac-1 plasma membrane sequestration and activation of NADPH oxidase using immunodetection and a double labelling fluorescent method. Results showed that Rac-1 activation is mediated via a pertussis toxin (PTX)-sensitive heteromeric G-protein pathway, and that Rac-1 membrane sequestration was preceded by [Ca2+]i mobilization following entry of Ca2+ e. Therefore, we propose that O2- production is dependent on activation of PTX-sensitive G-proteins and sequestration of Rac-1 in the plasma membrane, following entry of Ca2+ e. [less ▲]

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See detailLe raccrochage scolaire et la mise à l’emploi par l’apprentissage pour adultes sont-ils possibles?
Wanlin, P; Houssemand, Claude UL

Scientific Conference (2007, September)

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See detailRacial disparities in observers' attention to and estimations of others' pain
Kissi, Ama; van Ryckeghem, Dimitri UL; Mende-Siedlecki et al

in Pain (2021)

Research has demonstrated racial disparities in pain care such that Black patients often receive poorer pain care than White patients. Little is known about mechanisms accounting for the emergence of such ... [more ▼]

Research has demonstrated racial disparities in pain care such that Black patients often receive poorer pain care than White patients. Little is known about mechanisms accounting for the emergence of such disparities. The present study had 2 aims. First, we examined whether White observers' attentional processing of pain (using a visual search task [VST] indexing attentional engagement to and attentional disengagement from pain) and estimation of pain experience differed between White vs Black faces. Second, we examined whether these differences were moderated by (1) racially biased beliefs about pain experience and (2) the level of pain expressed by Black vs White faces. Participants consisted of 102 observers (87 females) who performed a VST assessing pain-related attention to White vs Black avatar pain faces. Participants also reported on racially biased beliefs about White vs Black individuals' pain experience and rated the pain intensities expressed by White and Black avatar faces. Results indicated facilitated attentional engagement towards Black (vs White) pain faces. Furthermore, observers who more strongly endorsed the belief that White individuals experience pain more easily than Black individuals had less difficulty disengaging from Black (vs White) pain faces. Regarding pain estimations, observers gave higher pain ratings to Black (vs White) faces expressing high pain and White (vs Black) faces expressing no pain. The current findings attest to the importance of future research into the role of observer attentional processing of sufferers' pain in understanding racial disparities in pain care. Theoretical and clinical implications are discussed, and future research directions are outlined. [less ▲]

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