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See detailEMN Ad-Hoc Queries (AHQ), Informs & other outputs
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL

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The training aims to explain to all the members of the EMN on what are the rules for launching and answering the ad-hoc queries through the EMN AHQ Tool.

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See detailCinq films du projet COMPARE : 1. Introduction ; 2. Literacy – Qu’est-ce que c’est ?; 3. Développer la literacy – Comment et avec qui ?; 4. Visite des parents – un enrichissement ; 5. Vers un partenariat avec les parents
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Colucci, Laura; Lutgen, Pit et al

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Introduction Introduction aux films du projet COMPARE Dans cette série de vidéos, nous vous montrerons comment développer la “literacy” avec de jeunes enfants et comment la collaboration avec les parents ... [more ▼]

Introduction Introduction aux films du projet COMPARE Dans cette série de vidéos, nous vous montrerons comment développer la “literacy” avec de jeunes enfants et comment la collaboration avec les parents et les bibliothèques vous aident à cet effet. Film 1 Literacy – Qu’est-ce que c’est ? Les expériences précoces de « literacy » ont une incidence sur les compétences linguistiques et narratives des enfants, sur leur processus d'apprentissage de la lecture et de l'écriture, et sur leurs résultats scolaires futurs. La première vidéo introduit le concept de “literacy” et présente des situations productives. Film 2 Développer la literacy – Comment et avec qui ? Dans ce film, nous vous montrons comment développer la « literacy » avec les parents et les bibliothèques. Film 3 Visite des parents – un enrichissement Cette vidéo vous montre deux exemples de collaboration. Une éducatrice et des parents expliquent ce que la collaboration apporte aux enfants, aux parents et aux éducatrices. Film 4 Vers un partenariat avec les parents Dans cette crèche, les éducatrices cuisinent régulièrement avec les enfants et parfois avec les parents. Des situations de « literacy » en plusieurs langues apparaissent spontanément. Des parents ainsi que la chargée de la crèche partagent leurs visions sur les effets de la collaboration. [less ▲]

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See detailFive Films of the project COMPARE: 1. Introduction; 2. Literacy – What is it?; 3. Developing literacy – How and with whom?; 4. Developing literacy – How and with whom?; 4. Parent visits – an enrichment Towards a partnership with parents
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Colucci; Lutgen, Pit et al

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Introduction Introduction to the films of the project COMPARE In this series of videos, we show you how to develop literacy with young children and how collaboration with parents and libraries can help ... [more ▼]

Introduction Introduction to the films of the project COMPARE In this series of videos, we show you how to develop literacy with young children and how collaboration with parents and libraries can help you do this. Film 1 Literacy – What is it? Early literacy experiences positively influence children's language and narrative skills, their learning to read and write, and future school achievements. The first video introduces the concept of literacy and presents productive situations. Film 2 Developing literacy – How and with whom? In this movie we show you how to develop Literacy with the help of parents and libraries. Film 3 Parent visits – an enrichment This video shows you two examples of collaboration. An educator and parents explain the benefits of collaboration for the children, the parents and the educators. Film 4 Towards a partnership with parents In this day-care centre, the educators regularly cook with the children and sometimes with the parents. Literacy events in several languages occur spontaneoulsy. Parents and the head of the day-care centre present the effects of collaboration. [less ▲]

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See detailAacht Filmer vum Projet COMPARE: 1. Aféierung; 2. Literacy – Wat ass dat?: 3. Literacy entwéckelen – Wéi a mat weem?; 4. Elterebesuch – Eng Beräicherung; 5. Um Wee zum Partenariat mat den Elteren
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Colucci, Laura; Lutgen, Pit et al

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Aféierung Aféierung an d’Filmer vum Projet COMPARE An dëser Serie vu Videoe weise mir iech wéi dir Literacy mat klenge Kanner entwéckelen kennt a wéi Zesummenaarbescht mat Elteren a Bibliothéiken iech ... [more ▼]

Aféierung Aféierung an d’Filmer vum Projet COMPARE An dëser Serie vu Videoe weise mir iech wéi dir Literacy mat klenge Kanner entwéckelen kennt a wéi Zesummenaarbescht mat Elteren a Bibliothéiken iech heibäi hëllefen. Film 1 Literacy – Wat ass dat? Fréi Erfarunge mat Literacy beaflossen de Kanner hir sproochlech Fähegkeeten, hir Erzielfähegkeet, de Prozess vum Liesen- a Schreiweléieren an hir spéider Leeschtunge an der Schoul. Den éischte Video stellt d'Konzept vu Literacy vir a presentéiert produktiv Situatiounen. Film 2 Literacy entwéckelen – Wéi a mat weem? An dësem Film weise mir iech wéi Dir Literacy zesumme mat Elteren a Bibliothéike kennt entweckelen. Film 3 Elterebesuch – Eng Beräicherung Dëse Video weist iech zwee Beispiller vun Zesummenaarbecht. Eng Educatrice an Elteren erklären de Benefice vun der Zesummenaarbecht fir d’Kanner, d’Elteren an d’Educatricen. Film 4 Um Wee zum Partenariat mat den Elteren An dëser Crèche kachen d’Educatrice reegelméisseg mat de Kanner an heiansdo mat den Elteren. Situatiounen vu Literacy a verschiddene Sprooche komme spontan op. Elteren an d’Chargée vun der Crèche presentéieren d'Auswierkunge vun der Zesummenaarbecht. [less ▲]

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See detailTutorials for using the Digraph3 Python software collection
Bisdorff, Raymond UL

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The documentation contains a set of tutorials introducing the main objects like digraphs, outranking digraphs and performance tableaux. There is also a tutorial provided on undirected graphs. Some ... [more ▼]

The documentation contains a set of tutorials introducing the main objects like digraphs, outranking digraphs and performance tableaux. There is also a tutorial provided on undirected graphs. Some tutorials are problem oriented and show how to compute the winner of an election, how to build a best choice recommendation, or how to linearly rank with multiple incommensurable ranking criteria. Other tutorials concern more specifically operational aspects of computing maximal independent sets (MISs) and kernels in graphs and digraphs. The tutorial about split, interval and permutation graphs is inspired by Martin Ch. Golumbic’s book on Algorithmic Graph Theory and Perfect Graphs. Finally, we provide a tutorial on tree graphs and spanning forests. [less ▲]

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See detailDigraph3 Documentation: Advanced topics
Bisdorff, Raymond UL

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In this part of the Digraph3 documentation, we provide an insight in computational enhancements one may get when working in a bipolar-valued epistemic logical framework, like easily coping with missing ... [more ▼]

In this part of the Digraph3 documentation, we provide an insight in computational enhancements one may get when working in a bipolar-valued epistemic logical framework, like easily coping with missing data and uncertain criterion significance weights, computing valued ordinal correlations between bipolar-valued outranking digraphs, solving bipolar-valued Berge kernel equation systems, and testing for stability of outranking statements when facing only ordinal criteria significance weights. [less ▲]

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See detailTranslanguaging program for teachers - website
Aleksic, Gabrijela UL

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The www.transla-program.org website is a resource of theoretical and practical materials for teachers working with multilingual children. It exists in English, French, and German.

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See detailRussian Migration in Luxemburg. A Virtual Museum
Ganschow, Inna UL

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This virtual museum is dedicated to Russian migration in Luxembourg since the late 19th century. The basis for the early 20th century is the exhibition on the first Russian migrants in Luxembourg, created ... [more ▼]

This virtual museum is dedicated to Russian migration in Luxembourg since the late 19th century. The basis for the early 20th century is the exhibition on the first Russian migrants in Luxembourg, created by the Center for Documentation of Humane Migration in Dudelange, Luxembourg (CDMH) and the Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH, University of Luxembourg), which took place in Gare-Usine in Dudelange from March 2020 until August 2021. The online collection of the photographs, objects and texts from the exhibition are presented here on Hypotheses.org. The initiative to create a virtual museum belongs to the Russian Center for Science and Culture (Russkiy Dom) in Luxemburg. This collection will be replenished with additional items and documents, since the history of Forced Labor of Soviet Citizens in Luxembourg during the WII is a research topic of C2DH in 2021-2024. This website is addressed to academic readers (students, researchers, teachers), as well as readers interested in the history of Russia, Luxembourg and the history of migration. [less ▲]

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See detailNon-linear design for composite structures in steel and concrete in reference to Eurocode 4, Part 1-1
Schäfer, Markus UL; Zhang, Qingjie UL; Zogu, Pellumb UL et al

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The design of composite structures in steel and concrete for buildings follows the rules according to Eurocode 4: EN 1994-1-1. In the last years more and more individual composite members and cross ... [more ▼]

The design of composite structures in steel and concrete for buildings follows the rules according to Eurocode 4: EN 1994-1-1. In the last years more and more individual composite members and cross-section types have been developed. Those sections are not always fulfilling the requirements for the application of simplified design methods given by EN 1994-1-1 and therefore plastic resistance cannot always be applied. Furthermore there is an increasing demand for optimization in the design by using more advanced design methods. This optimization is concentrating on the use of individual shaped cross-sections and their efficiency, the composite shear connectors and consideration of their ductility and flexibility, investigation in the sequence of loading, time effects as well as concrete cracking and yielding of steel within the analysis. In addition it is to be mentioned that the draft for the second generation of Eurocode 4 provides more opportunities for advanced numerical methods. At least, the demand for more advanced numerical design methods is permanently increasing also due to the availability of powerful hardware and software applications. The target of this chapter is to introduce the advanced numerical design for composite structural members in steel and concrete and to explain the boundary conditions given by Eurocode 4 and related Eurocodes. Thereby the focus is more on the member and not on the global analysis. The computer-aided global analyses for the determination of action effects are well-known for years while the possibilities for nonlinear analysis based on shell and volume elements considering physical and geometrical nonlinearity becoming more important and will be further developed in future. However, there is not so much information available explaining the application of e.g. the general method in detail and guidance is missing by the code. Therefore the general method acc. to EN 1994-1-1/prEN1994-1-1 is the main focus of this contribution. In the following, some principles for the design according to EN 1994-1-1 are explained. Thereby the basics for the classification of cross-sections as well as the determination of inner forces for continuous beams will be pointed out. However, the focus is on the general method for the design of composite compression members. While in the case studies additional information for the structural analysis and the numerical investigation in composite beams is provided. This chapter will not repeat well-known explanations from the literature, which have been published many times but limits itself to the most important normative fundamentals, rather concentrate on the application of numerical methods for the design of composite structures. More details for global structural analysis and the design according to EN 1994-1-1 [1] are provided by the literature, e.g. [8], [40] and will not be further commented here. It should be noted that the here referred methods according to prEN 1994-1-1, prEN 1993-1-14 and prEN 1992-1-1 do not represent officially introduced design standards, until the introduction of the second generation of Eurocodes modification is not finalized. Therefore this references are to be understood as informative. Until the introduction of the second generation of Eurocodes further changes and adjustments may also to be expected. [less ▲]

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See detailDigitalization in Construction, Computer-based Design for Structural Elements, PArt 2: Analyses and Validation of Compliance to EuroCodes
Schäfer, Markus UL; Bender, Michel; Zahlten, Wolfhard et al

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A classic structural analysis is characterized by the usage of a wide spectrum of manual, specialized analysis methods. An engineer has to break down the complex problem into small manageable sub-problems ... [more ▼]

A classic structural analysis is characterized by the usage of a wide spectrum of manual, specialized analysis methods. An engineer has to break down the complex problem into small manageable sub-problems. This procedure will be completely superseded by the advent of numerical methods. A full model of the spatial structure will be built up. A similar revolution has already begun by the introduction of finite shell and volume elements into commercially available FE software. The idea is that these models are closer to reality and allow us to capture both global and local effects in one single comprehensive model. This, however, introduces modelling questions and numerical effects, which are explicitly excluded from simplified theory, and questions arise regarding the trustworthiness of these results. Shell elements have already been fairly well established in practical engineering. The next step could be the use of volume elements to overcome certain restriction inherent in shell formulations. One driving force for this tendency is BIM (Building Information Modelling). Here the geometrical model is, like nature itself, fully 3D. It can be directly translated into the Finite Element Method (FEM). However, structural design in the 27 EU member states and 4 EFTA countries has to be performed according to the Eurocodes (EC), representing harmonized European Standards (EN) for the structural design. These design codes regulate essential requirements regarding mechanical resistance and stability as well as safety aspects. The current Eurocodes essentially stipulate engineering design models which can easily be transferred to classical structural analyses, but often do not give comprehensive references to the application and evaluation of advanced numerical simulations. The application of associated software products is not regulated by norms. This situation often results in discussions and different interpretations of the design results. Ultimately, false computational assumptions and misinterpretations can lead to damages and unsafe designs. Guidance for the verification of the software results is required and the link to the current and upcoming second generation of Eurocodes is also presented by the project. In parallel the possibilities by digitalization in construction by Building Information Modelling and the transfer of data from the architectural model to the structural model have been investigated [less ▲]

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See detailDigitalization in Construction, Computer-based Design for Structural Elements - BIM and structural engineering - Part 1: Impact of digitalization on structural engineering in the future
Schäfer, Markus UL; Bender, Michel; Zahlten, Wolfhard et al

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To better understand the background and complexity of BIM and digitalization within structural engineering, the theoretical approach will highlight the underlying basics first. To draw the line from this ... [more ▼]

To better understand the background and complexity of BIM and digitalization within structural engineering, the theoretical approach will highlight the underlying basics first. To draw the line from this theory driven basics to real live application, the thesis will give multiple examples of how BIM is currently used in practice. In addition to the detailed explanation, these examples will serve as a base to analyze the current situation and problems which still need to be overcome. As far as possible for the respective research scope, potential areas of improvements will be outlined. To gain a better understanding of the current importance of BIM and digitalization within the German construction industry, engineers and companies will be surveyed. [less ▲]

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See detailLeitfaden zum Zitieren, Erstellen einer Literaturliste und zum Aufbau wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten im Bereich Erziehungswissenschaften im deutschsprachigen Raum
Baltes, Christel UL; Flammang, Manou Laure UL; Michelini, Nadia et al

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Dieser grundlegende Leitfaden zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten im Bereich Erziehungswissneschaften im deutschsprachigen Raum zeichnet sich aus durch klare Anleitungen und sinngebende ... [more ▼]

Dieser grundlegende Leitfaden zum Verfassen von wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten im Bereich Erziehungswissneschaften im deutschsprachigen Raum zeichnet sich aus durch klare Anleitungen und sinngebende Illustrationen. Das Dokument ist entstanden durch eine Kooperation von Dozentinnen und Studentinnen des Bacheor in Sozial- und Erziehungswissenschaften (BSSE) der Universität Luxemburg. [less ▲]

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See detailTrois films du projet COVID-Kids : 1. Écoutez les enfants et les adolescents ; 2. La peur de tomber malade ;3. Expériences avec le travail scolaire à la maison
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Engel de Abreu, Pascale UL; Neumann, Sascha et al

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COVID-Kids Le projet COVID-Kids vise à explorer le bien-être des enfants et leurs expériences quotidiennes pendant la pandémie de Coronavirus entre mai et juillet 2020. Film 1 Écoutez les enfants et les ... [more ▼]

COVID-Kids Le projet COVID-Kids vise à explorer le bien-être des enfants et leurs expériences quotidiennes pendant la pandémie de Coronavirus entre mai et juillet 2020. Film 1 Écoutez les enfants et les adolescents Ce premier épisode présente le projet COVID-Kids ainsi que quelques constations clés. Il montre quatre enfants ayant vécu des expériences différentes durant la pandémie. Tandis que certains ont trouvé stressant ou ennuyeux le fait d'être à la maison, d'autres ont apprécié le temps passé en famille. L'objectif du projet COVID-Kids est d'explorer le bien-être des enfants et leurs expériences quotidiennes pendant la pandémie de Coronavirus entre mai et juillet 2020. Film 2 La peur de tomber malade Quatre enfants parlent de la peur de tomber malade. Alors que deux n'avaient pas peur, un enfant craignait qu'un membre de sa famille tombe malade et un autre s'est fait gronder par des adultes parce qu'ils pensaient qu'il s'était trop rapproché. D’autres résultats du projet sont présentés. L'objectif du projet COVID-Kids est d'explorer le bien-être des enfants et leurs expériences quotidiennes pendant la pandémie de Coronavirus entre mai et juillet 2020. Film 3 Expériences avec le travail scolaire à la maison Ce dernier film présente quelques prédicteurs du bien-être des enfants liés au travail scolaire pendant la pandémie : la quantité, la difficulté et le contenu des devoirs. Les expériences des enfants ont varié et tout le monde ne s'en est pas bien sorti. L'objectif du projet COVID-Kids est d'explorer le bien-être des enfants et leurs expériences quotidiennes pendant la pandémie de Coronavirus entre mai et juillet 2020. [less ▲]

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See detailFünf Filme des Projekts COVID-Kids: 1 Hört den Kindern und Jugendlichen zu; 2. Die Angst krank zu werden; 3. Erfahrungen mit der Schule zu Hause
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Engel de Abreu, Pascale UL; Neumann, Sascha et al

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COVID-Kids Das Ziel des Projekts COVID-Kids ist es, das Wohlbefinden und die täglichen Erfahrungen der Kinder während der Coronavirus-Pandemie im Mai-Juli 2020 zu erforschen. Film 1 Hört den Kindern und ... [more ▼]

COVID-Kids Das Ziel des Projekts COVID-Kids ist es, das Wohlbefinden und die täglichen Erfahrungen der Kinder während der Coronavirus-Pandemie im Mai-Juli 2020 zu erforschen. Film 1 Hört den Kindern und Jugendlichen zu Dieser erste Film stellt das Projekt COVID-Kids sowie einige Ergebnisse vor. Es zeigt vier Kinder, die unterschiedliche Erfahrungen in der Pandemie machten. Während einige Kinder die Zeit zu Hause stressig oder langweilig fanden, genossen andere die schöne Zeit mit der Familie. Das Ziel des Projekts COVID-Kids ist es, das Wohlbefinden und die täglichen Erfahrungen der Kinder während der Coronavirus-Pandemie im Mai-Juli 2020 zu erforschen. Film 2 Die Angst krank zu werden Vier Kinder sprechen über die Angst, krank zu werden. Während zwei keine Angst hatten, war ein Kind besorgt, dass ein Familienmitglied krank wird und ein anderes erlebte, wie Erwachsene meckerten, weil sie glaubten, es sei zu nahegekommen. Weitere Ergebnisse des Projekts werden vorgestellt. Das Ziel des Projekts COVID-Kids ist es, das Wohlbefinden und die täglichen Erfahrungen der Kinder während der Coronavirus-Pandemie im Mai-Juli 2020 zu erforschen. Film 3 Erfahrungen mit der Schule zu Hause In diesem letzten Film werden einige Prädiktoren für das Wohlbefinden der Kinder im Zusammenhang mit dem Unterricht zu Hause vorgestellt: die Menge, der Schwierigkeitsgrad und der Inhalt der Schulaufgaben. Die Erfahrungen der Kinder waren unterschiedlich und nicht alle kamen gut damit zurecht. Das Ziel des Projekts COVID-Kids ist es, das Wohlbefinden und die täglichen Erfahrungen der Kinder während der Coronavirus-Pandemie im Mai-Juli 2020 zu erforschen. [less ▲]

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See detailThree movies of the project COVID-Kids: 1. Listen to children and young people; 2. The fear of getting ill; 3. Home schooling experiences
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Engel de Abreu, Pascale UL; Neumann, Sascha et al

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COVID-Kids The aim of the project COVID-Kids is to explore children’s well-being and stay-at-home experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic in May-July 2020 Episode 1 Listen to children and young people ... [more ▼]

COVID-Kids The aim of the project COVID-Kids is to explore children’s well-being and stay-at-home experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic in May-July 2020 Episode 1 Listen to children and young people This first episode introduces the project COVID-Kids and some of its findings. It features four children who had different experiences during the pandemic. While some children found it stressful or boring to be at home, others enjoyed the quality time with their family. The aim of the project COVID-Kids is to explore children’s well-being and stay-at-home experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic in May-July 2020 Episode 2 The fear of getting ill Four children speak about the fear of getting ill. While two were not afraid, one child was worried that a family member fell ill and another one experienced adults shouting at him because they believed he had come too close. Further results of the project are presented. The aim of the project COVID-Kids is to explore children’s well-being and stay-at-home experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic in May-July 2020 Episode 3 Home schooling experiences This final movie presents some predictors of children’s well-being related to home schooling: the quantity, difficulty andjavascript:$('next-but').click(); content of homework. The children’s experiences varied and not everybody coped well. The aim of the project COVID-Kids is to explore children’s well-being and stay-at-home experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic in May-July 2020 [less ▲]

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See detailMyths and realities around Open Access before and after 2021
England, Jonathan UL

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Presentation given to researchers and research support staff for projects funded by Luxembourg's national funder (FNR) as part of an information session on their pre-2021 and their new post-2021 Open ... [more ▼]

Presentation given to researchers and research support staff for projects funded by Luxembourg's national funder (FNR) as part of an information session on their pre-2021 and their new post-2021 Open Access policy. The idea is to break some of the myths around OA (e.g. OA is a journal, OA is only possible the 'Gold' way), encourage researchers to always self-archive their publications and inform about the new policies coming up due to Plan S. The presentation uploaded was given on 11/02/2021. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Luxembourg Asylum Law
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL

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This presentation provides a quick overlook on the Law of 18 December 2015 on international protection and temporary protection (Asylum Law) of Luxembourg.

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See detailAlgèbre linéaire 2 (BMATH 2021)
Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailLecture notes on Algebraic Geometry
Kalugin, Alexey UL

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Lecture notes for the course given by the author at the University of Luxembourg during the winter term 2020.

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See detailAlgorithmic Decision Theory: Lecture notes and presentation slides
Bisdorff, Raymond UL

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The objective of this course is to introduce students to ADT, a new interdisciplinary field at the intersection of decision theory, discrete mathematics, theoretical computer science and artificial ... [more ▼]

The objective of this course is to introduce students to ADT, a new interdisciplinary field at the intersection of decision theory, discrete mathematics, theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. ADT proposes new ideas, approaches and tools for supporting decision making processes in presence of massive databases, combinatorial structures, partial and/or uncertain information, and distributed, possibly inter-operating, decision makers. Such problems arise in several real-world decision making problems such as humanitarian logistics, epidemiology, risk assessment and management, e-government, electronic commerce, and the implementation of recommender systems [less ▲]

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See detailNaissance et extension du réseau Internet
Schafer, Valerie UL

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Du réseau ARPANET né dans le contexte de la guerre froide aux réseaux socio-numériques d’aujourd’hui, le développement des communications numériques en réseau a entraîné en cinquante ans des changements ... [more ▼]

Du réseau ARPANET né dans le contexte de la guerre froide aux réseaux socio-numériques d’aujourd’hui, le développement des communications numériques en réseau a entraîné en cinquante ans des changements majeurs, que ce soit en termes d’usages et de services mais aussi d’utilisateurs, passés d’un public plutôt restreint et universitaire au grand public. Le développement mondial d’Internet à partir de la décennie 1990 a eu un impact sur l’organisation de l’information et des communications numériques, ce qui n’est pas sans poser des défis techniques, mais aussi politiques, économiques et sociétaux. Il s’agit ici d’étudier Internet de sa naissance à la fin des années 1960 au World Wide Web de la fin des années 1980. Quelques tournants majeurs ont contribué à faire du « réseau des réseaux » et de ses services le vecteur d’une information à la fois de plus en plus mondialisée, mais aussi de plus en plus individualisée sous l’effet des moteurs de recherche, des filtres, des applications fermées développées par de grandes entreprises comme Google et des réseaux socio-numériques. [less ▲]

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See detailDeep dive into Interledger: Understanding the Interledger ecosystem - Part 4
Trestioreanu, Lucian Andrei UL; Cassagnes, Cyril UL; State, Radu UL

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At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally ... [more ▼]

At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally a protocol for interledger payments. To understand how is it possible to achieve this goal, several aspects of the technology require a deeper analysis. For this reason, in our journey to become knowledgeable and active contributor we decided to create our own test-bed on our premises. By doing so, we noticed that some aspects are well documented but we found that others might need more attention and clarification. Despite a large community effort, the task to keep information on a fast evolving software ecosystem is tedious and not always the priority for such a project. Therefore, the purpose of this document is to guide, through several hands-on activities, community members who want to engage at different levels. The document consolidates all the relevant information from generating a simple payment to ultimately create a test-bed with the Interledger protocol suite between Ripple and other distributed ledger technology. [less ▲]

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See detailAlgèbre (notes du cours, 3ème semestre BMATH)
Wiese, Gabor UL

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These are the lecture notes for the lecture `Algèbre' in the 3rd semester of the Bachelor in Mathematics at the University of Luxembourg. Last update: winter term 2020.

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See detailNumber Theory for Cryptography (Lecture Notes)
Wiese, Gabor UL

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In these lectures (8 hours taught in November 2020), we mention some topics from (algebraic) number theory as well as some related concepts from (algebraic) geometry that can be useful in cryptography. We ... [more ▼]

In these lectures (8 hours taught in November 2020), we mention some topics from (algebraic) number theory as well as some related concepts from (algebraic) geometry that can be useful in cryptography. We cannot go deeply into any of the topics and most results will be presented without any proofs. One of the things that one encounters are `ideal lattices'. In the examples I saw, this was nothing but (an ideal in) an order in a number field, which is one of the concepts that we present here in its mathematical context (i.e. embedded in a conceptual setting). It has been noted long ago (already in the 19th century) that number fields and function fields of curves have many properties in common. Accordingly, we shall also present some basic topics on affine plane curves and their function fields. This leads us to mention elliptic curves, however, only in an affine version (instead of the better projective one); we cannot go deeply into that topic at all. The material presented here is classical and very well known. [less ▲]

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See detailCommutative Algebra (lecture notes, Master in Mathematics, Master in Secondary Education)
Wiese, Gabor UL

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These are the lecture notes for the course Commutative Algebra in the Master in Mathematics and the Master in Secondary Education at the University of Luxembourg. Last update: winter term 2020.

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See detailDeep dive into Interledger: Understanding the Interledger ecosystem - Part 3
Trestioreanu, Lucian Andrei UL; Cassagnes, Cyril UL; State, Radu UL

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At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally ... [more ▼]

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See detailDeep dive into Interledger: Understanding the Interledger ecosystem - Part 2
Trestioreanu, Lucian Andrei UL; Cassagnes, Cyril UL; State, Radu UL

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At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally a protocol for interledger payments. To understand how is it possible to achieve this goal, several aspects of the technology require a deeper analysis. For this reason, in our journey to become knowledgeable and active contributor we decided to create our own test-bed on our premises. By doing so, we noticed that some aspects are well documented but we found that others might need more attention and clarification. Despite a large community effort, the task to keep information on a fast evolving software ecosystem is tedious and not always the priority for such a project. Therefore, the purpose of this document is to guide, through several hands-on activities, community members who want to engage at different levels. The document consolidates all the relevant information from generating a simple payment to ultimately create a test-bed with the Interledger protocol suite between Ripple and other distributed ledger technology. [less ▲]

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Trestioreanu, Lucian Andrei UL; Cassagnes, Cyril UL; State, Radu UL

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At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally ... [more ▼]

At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally a protocol for interledger payments. To understand how is it possible to achieve this goal, several aspects of the technology require a deeper analysis. For this reason, in our journey to become knowledgeable and active contributor we decided to create our own test-bed on our premises. By doing so, we noticed that some aspects are well documented but we found that others might need more attention and clarification. Despite a large community effort, the task to keep information on a fast evolving software ecosystem is tedious and not always the priority for such a project. Therefore, the purpose of this document is to guide, through several hands-on activities, community members who want to engage at different levels. The document consolidates all the relevant information from generating a simple payment to ultimately create a test-bed with the Interledger protocol suite between Ripple and other distributed ledger technology. [less ▲]

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Trestioreanu, Lucian Andrei UL; Cassagnes, Cyril UL; State, Radu UL

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At the technical level, the goal of Interledger is to provide an architecture and a minimal set of protocols to enable interoperability for any value transfer system. The Interledger protocol is literally a protocol for interledger payments. To understand how is it possible to achieve this goal, several aspects of the technology require a deeper analysis. For this reason, in our journey to become knowledgeable and active contributor we decided to create our own test-bed on our premises. By doing so, we noticed that some aspects are well documented but we found that others might need more attention and clarification. Despite a large community effort, the task to keep information on a fast evolving software ecosystem is tedious and not always the priority for such a project. Therefore, the purpose of this document is to guide, through several hands-on activities, community members who want to engage at different levels. The document consolidates all the relevant information from generating a simple payment to ultimately create a test-bed with the Interledger protocol suite between Ripple and other distributed ledger technology. [less ▲]

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See detailOpen Science Quest
England, Jonathan UL

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The Open Science Quest was an activity organised as part of a national Open Science event in Luxembourg at the university library and was displayed for two weeks from 12 to 23 November 2018. Its aim was ... [more ▼]

The Open Science Quest was an activity organised as part of a national Open Science event in Luxembourg at the university library and was displayed for two weeks from 12 to 23 November 2018. Its aim was for library users (mainly Bachelor and Master students) and the event’s attendees (early-career and senior researchers, librarians and research support staff) to explore and discover Open Science practices at their own pace. The activity was stand-alone and promoted independent learning – once set up no external help was needed apart from issuing the diploma and prize for completing the Quest. The aim was also to make the activity as informative and engaging as possible by requiring participants to use a mix of information gathering techniques – text, images and videos presented on the displays, websearch and online tools, (very simple) puzzle-solving. The Quest was created and displayed in such a way that allowed various types of individual learning goals – each display provided knowledge without requiring to do the Quest and the Quest itself could be completed by grasping a minimal of concepts, while allowing participants to get more in-depth knowledge of each subject if they wanted to. [less ▲]

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Sommarribas, Adolfo UL

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See detailModelling Complex Systems: a primer - agent-based models, equation-based models, statistical models and Bayesian inference, digital twins
Bordas, Stéphane UL

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Ganschow, Inna UL; Eremeeva, Aleksandra

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В центре магистерской работы находился феномен детского билингвизма как динамичного явления в речевом развитии ребенка. Информанты с рождения взаимодействуют со взрослыми, родными для которых являются ... [more ▼]

В центре магистерской работы находился феномен детского билингвизма как динамичного явления в речевом развитии ребенка. Информанты с рождения взаимодействуют со взрослыми, родными для которых являются разные (неродственные) языки – русский и английский.At the center of the master's work was the phenomenon of children's bilingualism as a dynamic phenomenon in the speech development of a child. From birth, informants interact with adults whose native languages are different (unrelated) languages - Russian and English. [less ▲]

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See detailComputational Statistics: Lecture notes and presentation slides
Bisdorff, Raymond UL

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The objective of this course is to introduce the students to the R language and environment for statistical computing and graphics (a GNU project). In particular, the course proposes effective data ... [more ▼]

The objective of this course is to introduce the students to the R language and environment for statistical computing and graphics (a GNU project). In particular, the course proposes effective data handling and storage solutions as well as useful operators for calculations on arrays, in particular matrices. A selected collection of intermediate tools for data analysis, graphical facilities for data analysis and display either on-screen or on hard copy will be illustrated from examples of statistical analyses. Finally, the course will by the way acquaint the students with a well-developed, simple and effective programming language which includes conditionals, loops, user-defined recursive functions and input and output facilities. [less ▲]

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See detailRanke2.uni.lu; an online multilingual teaching platform for lessons on digital source criticism
Scagliola, Stefania UL

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Ranke.2 is a teaching platform that offers lessons on how to critically assess and work with digital historical sources

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See detailWorkshop Digital Source Criticism for teachers civic education Luxembourg
Scagliola, Stefania UL

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presentation on how to handle the subject of digital source criticism in the classroom

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Kirsch, Claudine UL; Mortini, Simone; Andersen, Katja Natalie UL et al

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See detailskill training digital source criticism Doctoral Training Unit digital hermeneutics
Scagliola, Stefania UL

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The skills training is organized by the DHH doctoral training unit and will be led by Prof. Andreas Fickers, Dr. Stefania Scagliola and Andy O’Dwyer. It consists of a two-day program, in which lectures ... [more ▼]

The skills training is organized by the DHH doctoral training unit and will be led by Prof. Andreas Fickers, Dr. Stefania Scagliola and Andy O’Dwyer. It consists of a two-day program, in which lectures and theoretical discussions are combined with hands-on demonstrations and group experiments. The first day is dedicated to literature and to making sketches and drawings of how the digital affects the nature of a historical source. The second day the participants are going to digitize various datatypes and reflect on their observations of this process and the differences between data types. The last part of the training consists of a crowdsourcing experiment in which the genealogy of the term Digital Source Criticism is going to be traced and documented. [less ▲]

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See detailTowards a seamless Integration of CAD and Simulation: CISM Course 2017
Bordas, Stéphane UL

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Isogeometric analysis relies on the use of the same basis functions as employed in Computer Aided Design (CAD). This offers the possibility to facilitate design and optimisation. The previous course ... [more ▼]

Isogeometric analysis relies on the use of the same basis functions as employed in Computer Aided Design (CAD). This offers the possibility to facilitate design and optimisation. The previous course “Isogeometric methods for numerical simulation” held in 2013 had the aim to give an introduction to isogeometric analysis, its advantages, drawbacks and to the range of its applications. The aim of the proposed new course will be different. The focus will be more on the connection of simulation to CAD systems and how CAD data can be used directly for simulation, leading to a seamless integration. An overview of recent advances and applications will be also presented. The course will start with an introduction to NURBS and their use in describing geometry and in simulation. This will be followed by lectures from a CAD vendor describing the current state of development. Currently available connections to simulation software will also be discussed. Next the use of NURBS for 3D structural analysis, structural optimisation and damage tolerance assessment will be presented, including such advanced topics as the treatment of discontinuities and real-time solvers. It will also be discussed when it might be advantageous to decouple the boundary discretisation from the field variable discretisation, in particular in shape optimisation. Isogeometric methods for the analysis of beam and shell structures, including shape optimisation and fluid structure interaction, will be presented. Lectures on the mathematical and algorithmic foundations of analysis-suitable geometry will follow. This includes an introduction to T-splines and multilevel spline schemes such as hierarchical B- splines. Common analysis-suitable spline algorithms will be presented in the context of Bézier extraction and projection as well as its application as a foundation for integrated engineering design and analysis. An important aspect of analysis-suitable geometry is the ability to locally adapt the smooth spline basis. Several common refinement algorithms will be reviewed as well as their application in several demanding areas of application. The emerging area of weak geometry will be introduced as well as its application to the rapid construction of complex structural assemblies. With the rapid development of isogeometric analysis in recent years, there is an urgent need for volumetric parameterization such as volumetric T-spline model construction. Several volumetric T- spline modeling techniques, that were developed in recent years will be presented. They include converting any quad/ hex meshes to standard and rational T-splines, polycube-based parametric mapping, feature preservation using eigenfunctions, Boolean operations and skeletons, truncated hierarchical Catmull-Clark subdivision, weighted T-splines, conformal T-spline modeling, as well as incorporating T-splines into commercial CAD and FEA software, will be presented. The target audience will be engineers, interested in simulation, software developers and researchers. [less ▲]

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See detailAnalyse critique de sources numériques: l’Histoire du Luxembourg sur YouTube
Scagliola, Stefania UL

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this training was meant to offer civic education lecturers some information on useful approaches to teach pupils to critically assess digital content online

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Biewers, Sandra UL

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Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

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Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailTutorial Reproducible Research at the Cloud Era: Overview, Hands-on and Open challenges
Varrette, Sébastien UL

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The term Reproducible Research (RR) refers to “the idea that the ultimate product of academic research is the paper along with the full computational environment used to produce the results in the paper ... [more ▼]

The term Reproducible Research (RR) refers to “the idea that the ultimate product of academic research is the paper along with the full computational environment used to produce the results in the paper such as the code, data, etc. that can be used to reproduce the results and create new work based on the research.” Source: Wikipedia. The need for reproducibility is increasing dramatically as data analyses become more complex, involving larger datasets and more sophisticated computations. Obviously, the advent of the Cloud Computing paradigm is expected to provide the appropriate means for RR. This tutorial is meant to provide an overview of sensible tools every researcher (in computer science but not only) should be aware of to enable RR in its own work. In particular, and after a general talk presenting RR and the existing associated tools and workflow, this tutorial will propose several practical exercises and hands-on meant to be performed on each attendee’s laptop, to cover the management of sharable Development environment using Vagrant. Resources of this tutorial will be available on Github. [less ▲]

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See detailRahmenplan zur nonformalen Bildung im Kindes und Jugendalter
Biewers, Sandra UL

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See detailExpressions & relations mathématiques élémentaires
Korvers, Stéphane UL

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Ce texte introduit les outils de base des mathématiques que sont les expressions algébriques et numériques. Les nombres réels, les opérations sur les nombres, les moyennes, les sommes partielles de ... [more ▼]

Ce texte introduit les outils de base des mathématiques que sont les expressions algébriques et numériques. Les nombres réels, les opérations sur les nombres, les moyennes, les sommes partielles de termes de suites particulières, les polynômes ou la factorisation des expressions algébriques sont à compter parmi les thèmes abordés. La structure des notes vise à accompagner le lecteur au travers de ces éléments théoriques et à lui permettre de développer ses compétences mathématiques par la réalisation des nombreux exercices proposés. [less ▲]

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See detailValue Stream Management Training
Plapper, Peter UL; Oberhausen, Christof UL

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The VSM workshop deals with concepts in the area of Value Stream Management, comprising the analysis, design and optimization of internal material and information flows. The VSM workshop was held by Prof ... [more ▼]

The VSM workshop deals with concepts in the area of Value Stream Management, comprising the analysis, design and optimization of internal material and information flows. The VSM workshop was held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Plapper and M.Sc. Christof Oberhausen, who contribute a profound knowledge in Value Stream Management based on their ongoing research in this field. The one-day VSM workshop is targeted at an audience of 8-12 participants with a background in Lean Engineering or Operational Excellence. [less ▲]

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Arias-de-Reyna, Sara; Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailRiemann Surfaces. Lecture notes. Winter semester 2015/2016.
Iena, Oleksandr UL

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See detailIntroduction to Git and Vagrant
Varrette, Sébastien UL

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Wiese, Gabor UL

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Course notes with exercises from the lecture Algèbre 1, taught in the BASI track mathematics at the University of Luxembourg in 2015.

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See detailCommutative Algebra (Master in Mathematics, 2015)
Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailHistorical Network Research. Network analysis in the historical disciplines
During, Marten UL

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See detailCheat Sheet: Social Network Analysis for Humanists
During, Marten UL

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Social Network Analysis concepts and methods are extremely powerful ways to describe complex social relations. The field however has developed their own their concepts, some of which require a little bit ... [more ▼]

Social Network Analysis concepts and methods are extremely powerful ways to describe complex social relations. The field however has developed their own their concepts, some of which require a little bit of translation. This cheat sheet should help with the … Continue reading → [less ▲]

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See detailShould I do Social Network Analysis?
During, Marten UL

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Network theories and methods have recently gained wide-spread attention. Graph visualizations look great and will easily grab the attention of any audience. However for those who are new to the field ... [more ▼]

Network theories and methods have recently gained wide-spread attention. Graph visualizations look great and will easily grab the attention of any audience. However for those who are new to the field, there is a steep learning curve. Novices need to … Continue reading → [less ▲]

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See detailNonlinear FEM code with Finite elasticity lecture note written by L.A. Mihai
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See detailLocal Fields
Arias De Reyna Dominguez, Sara UL

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These lecture notes correspond to the course Local Fields from the Master in Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg, taught in the Winter Term 2015. It consists of 14 lectures of 90 minutes each ... [more ▼]

These lecture notes correspond to the course Local Fields from the Master in Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg, taught in the Winter Term 2015. It consists of 14 lectures of 90 minutes each. This lecture belongs to the fourth semester of the Master, and it builds on the lectures Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Number Theory, belonging to the first and second semester respectively. The aim of the lecture is to explain the basic theory of local fields, and apply this theory to obtain information about number fields. [less ▲]

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Huemer, Birgit UL; Rheindorf, Markus

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See detailRiemann Surfaces. Lecture notes. Winter semester 2014/2015.
Iena, Oleksandr UL

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See detailMécanique quantique : notes de cours
Jubin, Benoît Michel UL

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These notes are a summary of the course "Physical Mathematics 3: Quantum Mechanics" of the Bachelor of Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg given in the second semesters of the academic years 2012 ... [more ▼]

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See detailRiemann Surfaces. Lecture notes. Winter semester 2013/2014.
Iena, Oleksandr UL

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See detailÉléments de théorie de Lie
Korvers, Stéphane UL

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See detailIsogeometric analysis: an overview and computer implementation aspects
Nguyen, Vinh-Phu; Anitescu, Cosmin; Bordas, Stéphane UL et al

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Isogeometric analysis (IGA) represents a recently developed technology in computational mechanics that offers the possibility of integrating methods for analysis and Computer Aided Design (CAD) into a ... [more ▼]

Isogeometric analysis (IGA) represents a recently developed technology in computational mechanics that offers the possibility of integrating methods for analysis and Computer Aided Design (CAD) into a single, unified process. The implications to practical engineering design scenarios are profound, since the time taken from design to analysis is greatly reduced, leading to dramatic gains in efficiency. The tight coupling of CAD and analysis within IGA requires knowledge from both fields and it is one of the goals of the present paper to outline much of the commonly used notation. In this manuscript, through a clear and simple Matlab⃝R implementation, we present an introduction to IGA applied to the Finite Element (FE) method and related computer implementation aspects. Furthermore, implemen- tation of the extended IGA which incorporates enrichment functions through the partition of unity method (PUM) is also presented, where several examples for both two-dimensional and three-dimensional fracture are illustrated. The open source Matlab⃝R code which accompanies the present paper can be applied to one, two and three-dimensional problems for linear elasticity, linear elastic fracture mechanics, structural mechanics (beams/plates/shells including large displacements and rotations) and Poisson problems with or without enrichment. The B ́ezier extraction concept that allows FE analysis to be performed efficiently on T-spline geometries is also incorporated. The article includes a summary of recent trends and developments within the field of IGA. [less ▲]

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See detailORBilu & Copyright in an Open Access World
Park, Beth Anne UL

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An overview on the options offered in ORBilu to deal with copyrights and Open Access.

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See detailProjet UOH (Université Ouverte des Humanités) – Arts de dire et formes de contrôle en situations de plurilinguisme
Trépos, Jean-Yves; Polzin-Haumann, Claudia; Reissner, Christina et al

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Arts de dire et Formes de contrôle en situations de plurilinguisme est une Grande Leçon en trois parties, proposée par Jean-Yves Trépos (Université de Lorraine), Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Christina Reissner ... [more ▼]

Arts de dire et Formes de contrôle en situations de plurilinguisme est une Grande Leçon en trois parties, proposée par Jean-Yves Trépos (Université de Lorraine), Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Christina Reissner et Elisabeth Venohr (Université de la Sarre, Allemagne), Sabine Ehrhart et Sarah Vasco Correia (Université du Luxembourg), dans les champs de la sociolinguistique, de l'ethnolinguistique et de la linguistique. Les auteurs vous proposent d’aborder la question du plurilinguisme dans notre société au travers de discussions, d'exposés et d'illustrations de situations en séminaire transfrontalier, autours des thèmes suivants : Passages de langues et légitimités linguistiques L'écologie linguistique en milieu éducatif : l'exemple luxembourgeois Pratiques multilingues à l'université : une approche contrastive De nombreux prolongements pédagogiques sur ces thématiques ainsi qu’une large bibliographie sont ici à votre disposition. [less ▲]

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See detailORBilu - Adding and Modifying References
Park, Beth Anne UL

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An overview of adding, importing and modifying references.

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Park, Beth Anne UL

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Park, Beth Anne UL

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Park, Beth Anne UL

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An overview on how to respond to copy requests in ORBilu.

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