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Ivanova, Elena UL

Dissertation and these (2020)

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See detailMonographie : Superviseur, psychanalyste ou agent pastoral ?
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

Dissertation and these (2017)

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See detailDemocratising renewable energy provision into the grid in Luxembourg
Hondrila, Kristina UL

Dissertation and these (2016)

Renewable energy has become a cornerstone in strategies for sustainable development, as a substitute for fossil fuels and thus a pre-condition for the transition into a low-carbon era. Under the EU2020 ... [more ▼]

Renewable energy has become a cornerstone in strategies for sustainable development, as a substitute for fossil fuels and thus a pre-condition for the transition into a low-carbon era. Under the EU2020 policy framework, Luxembourg has committed to increase the share of electricity generated from renewable energy sources to 11 % by 2020. To reach this objective, a social and technological transition is needed. A potential key factor in the success of this transition would be the democratisation of the provision of energy into the Luxembourg grid. The peer group report investigates the role that energy cooperatives play in this regard. It compares two renewable energy cooperatives: EquiEnerCoop in Junglinster and TM EnerCoop in Esch-sur-Alzette, identifying strengths and weaknesses. Furthermore, taking a point of departure in the concept of prosumerism (self-consumption), it makes recommendations on expanding cooperative activities to the direct selling of electricity to members to increase local value creation. Finally, the report recommends the setting-up of public incentive schemes for the installation of solar panels and prosumer units in apartment blocks. [less ▲]

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See detailOn the geometry of Householder’s and Halley’s methods
Palmirotta, Guendalina UL

Dissertation and these (2015)

In this paper, some modified Newton’s methods for solving nonlinear equations are proposed. Householder and Halley have suggested a variant of New- ton’s method in which they take an osculating parabola ... [more ▼]

In this paper, some modified Newton’s methods for solving nonlinear equations are proposed. Householder and Halley have suggested a variant of New- ton’s method in which they take an osculating parabola respectively an hyperbola instead of the tangent line. The proposed methods go faster to approximated solution, but it requires more calculation efforts. The order of convergence of both methods is three. By some interesting numerical problems, the theoretical results are illustrated. In the appendix, we give a foretaste of the proposed methods in the complex plane. [less ▲]

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See detailPour le développement d'une approche sociologique du climat scolaire
Weis, Christiane UL

Dissertation and these (2008)

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Baraud, Yannick UL

Dissertation and these (2002)

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See detailLes algorithmes Minimax et Minimax(alpha,beta) : Application au jeu de Dames
Bernard, Nicolas UL

Dissertation and these (2001)

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See detailRéalisation d'un Jeu de Dames en Objective Caml
Bernard, Nicolas UL

Dissertation and these (2000)

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See detailOverall mate attractiveness: Towards a Computational Metaphor of Human Mate Choice
Reuter, Robert UL

Dissertation and these (1999)

This paper provides a computational characterisation of human mate choice. In terms of evolutionary biology, choosing the "best" mating strategy is a matter of maximising the trade-offs resulting from the ... [more ▼]

This paper provides a computational characterisation of human mate choice. In terms of evolutionary biology, choosing the "best" mating strategy is a matter of maximising the trade-offs resulting from the costs and benefits associated with any activity "aiming" at survival and reproduction, like living to reproductive age, displaying desirable features, courting, mating, parenting, etc. Evolved mating strategies can descriptively be characterised as such cost/benefit analyses (or conditional strategies). They should take into account the effects of those biological, ecological, populational, social and cultural constraints that were recurrently affecting the long- term inclusive fitness of our hominid ancestors. Similarly, in terms of evolutionary cognitive science, choosing the "best" mate is a matter of maximising satisfaction of a set of positive and negative constraints affecting inclusive fitness. Overall mate attractiveness is conjectured to be the product of this dynamic multiple constraint satisfaction process. It is, moreover, shown that a computational metaphor based on parallel distributed processing captures essential features of human mate choice, like infatuation and the "beautiful-is-good" effect. It also provides an integrating view on the numerous preference factors documented to affect perceived mate value. Finally, the author proposes new empirical predictions about constraints on overall mate attractiveness to be explored in future multidisciplinary studies. [less ▲]

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See detailLes œuvres d’art temporelles de Voth - Les coordonnées de Hannsjörg Voth entre l’art du passé et les expressions plastiques contemporaines
Dell, Paul UL

Dissertation and these (1987)

Hannsjörg Voth produces with the evident necessity of high physical endurance art projects with mythical and utopian contents. The creations of the artist touch so many artistic domains that it is not ... [more ▼]

Hannsjörg Voth produces with the evident necessity of high physical endurance art projects with mythical and utopian contents. The creations of the artist touch so many artistic domains that it is not possible to attach him to a single typology of art expression. The present research features an analyze and an interpretation of Voths’ artwork in the setting of his personal artistic evolution. In his creative approach, the methodical progress to accomplish what is called in this research an art project, is studied in all its sequences in order to define in a more clear way this new artistic expression. It tries not only to overcome the traditional supports but also includes modern medias, so as photos and videos as integral and essential parts of the artists’ works. A confrontation with the art of the past and simultaneously contemporary creative expressions allows to better define the art coordinates of Voth and to give an evaluation of originality and artistic quality in the context of countless aesthetic forms that represent visual arts at the end of the XXth century. [less ▲]

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See detailWirtschaftliche und soziale Aspekte der Geschichte der Stadt Luxemburg im 14.-15. Jahrhundert
Pauly, Michel UL

Dissertation and these (1978)

Unveröffentlichte Qualifikationsarbeit

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