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See detailQualitatives Wachstum in Stadt und Land? Elefant im Raum und zugleich leerer Signifikant
Becker, Tom UL; Hesse, Markus UL; Schulz, Christian UL

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2019. Schwéierpunkt: Qualitativen Wuesstem (2019)

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See detailLes infractions en matière de gestion collective
Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY Droit pénal des affaires (2019)

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Riassetto, Isabelle UL

in LAMY droit du financement (2019)

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See detailActeurs et conditions de la démocratisation politique par l'élection dans l'entre-deux-guerres
Poirier, Philippe UL

in Frieseisen, Claude; Moes, Régis; Wagener, Renée (Eds.) et al 100 Joer #WieleWatmirsinn Allgemengt Walrecht (2019)

Un ouvrage complet sur les origines et l'histoire de la démocratie du Luxembourg au début du vingtième siècle

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See detailLaurent Menager – ein musikalischer Kulturbotschafter Luxemburgs
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in CD Laurent Menager (2019)

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See detailWie das allgemeine Wahlrecht noch allgemeiner wurde. Die Erweiterungen des Wahlrechts nach 1919
Pauly, Michel UL

in Frieseisen, Claude; Moes, Régis; Polfer, Michel (Eds.) et al Wielewatmirsinn. 100 Joer allgemengt Wahlrecht (2019)

Historische Studie zur progressiven Lockerung der 1919 festgelegten Bestimmungen betr. das allgemeine Wahlrecht, insbesondere in Bezug zum Wahlalter und zur Nationalität der Wähler

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See detailSprachlichkeit, Identität, Kulturalität
Hu, Adelheid UL

in Fäcke, Christiane; Meissner, Franz-Joseph (Eds.) Handbuch Mehrsprachigkeits- und Mehrkulturalitätsdidaktik (2019)

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See detailLa loi du 9 mars 1940 sur l'indigénat luxembourgeois. Contexte, travaux préalables, débats parlementaires, héritages
Scuto, Denis UL

in Frieseisen, Claude; Jungblut, Marie-Paule; Pauly, Michel (Eds.) ...La volonté de la Chambre qui est la volonté du pays (Eugène Schaus, 22/11/1966. Un florilège de débats parlementaires (2019)

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See detailL'adhésion du Grand-Duché à l'Organisation du Traité de l'Atlantique Nord
Lafontaine, Aurélia UL

in Pauly, Michel; Jungblut, Marie-Paule; Frieseisen, Claude (Eds.) La volonté de la Chambre qui est la volonté du pays : Un florilège de débats parlementaires luxembourgeois (1848-2008) (2019)

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See detailDe la collation des grades à l’homologation des titres. Un long débat de souveraineté nationale
Pauly, Michel UL

in … la volonté de la Chambre qui est la volonté du pays (Eugène Schaus, 22/11/1966). Un florilège de débats parlementaires luxembourgeois (1848-2008) (2019)

analyse de l'évolution de la reconnaissance des études universitaires faites à l'étranger par lEtat luxembourgeois de 1846 à 1969 comme débat sur la souveraineté nationale

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See detailFrom Diagnosing Diseases to Predicting Diseases
Balling, Rudi UL; Goncalves, Jorge UL; Magni, Stefano UL et al

in Betz, Ulrich A.K. (Ed.) Curious2018 (2019)

Chronic diseases can be considered as perturbations of complex adaptive systems. Transitions from healthy states to chronic diseases are often characterized by sudden and unexpected onset of diseases ... [more ▼]

Chronic diseases can be considered as perturbations of complex adaptive systems. Transitions from healthy states to chronic diseases are often characterized by sudden and unexpected onset of diseases. These critical transitions or catastrophic shifts have been studied in theoretical and applied physics, ecology, social science, economics and recently also in biomedical applications. If we could understand the underlying mechanisms and the dynamics of critical transitions involved in the development of diseases, we would be better equipped to predict and eventually prevent them from arising. The current paper gives an overview of the potential application of the concept of critical transitions to biomedical applications. [less ▲]

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See detailLAP in School Profile 6: Multilingualism in Luxembourg Classrooms
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in Chumak-Horbatsch (Ed.) Using linguistically appropriate practice. A guide for Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms (2019)

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See detailIntroduction
Panagiotopoulou, Julie; Rosen, Lisa; Kirsch, Claudine UL et al

in Panagiotopoulou, Julie; Rosen, Lisa; Kirsch, Claudine (Eds.) et al 'New' Migration of Families from Greece to Europe and Canada A 'New' Challenge for Education? (2019)

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See detailTeachers’, parents’ and children’s perspectives of teaching and learning Greek in a complementary school in Luxembourg
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in Panagiotopoulou, Julie; Rosen, Lisa; Kirsch, Claudine (Eds.) et al 'New' Migration of Families from Greece to Europe and Canada (2019)

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See detailModalités de dépôt, d'instruction et de retrait d'une demande d'asile
Sinnig, Julia UL

in Gerkrath, Jörg; Silga, Janine; Chaouche, Fatima (Eds.) et al Droit luxembourgeois et européen de l'asile (2019)

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See detailTheir ‘Apple of Discord’ or the Apple of Their Eye: How the British Secured Eastern Mediterranean and Western European Security, 1947-1948
Paravantis, Spero UL

in Kamouzis, Dimitris; Nafpliotis, Alexandros (Eds.) Αnglo-Hellenic relations in the 20th Century (2019)

This chapter examines the role the British policy in Greece played in the shift in American foreign policy that was manifested in 1947-48, that led directly to these alliances, namely the Western European ... [more ▼]

This chapter examines the role the British policy in Greece played in the shift in American foreign policy that was manifested in 1947-48, that led directly to these alliances, namely the Western European Union and NATO. To achieve this shift (which also included support of British strategic interests in the Eastern Mediterranean) this chapter argues that the British used Greece, first as a way to draw the United States further into European affairs, and then as a way to anchor the United States in Europe, achieving a guarantee of security for the Eastern Mediterranean and for Western Europe. Drawing on both published and unpublished British and American sources, this chapter will also examine perceptions of the conflicts in and about Greece, and what it represented for Western European and Eastern Mediterranean security, and Western ideas of democracy when confronted with supporting a right-wing Greek government. In so doing, it clarifies how American foreign policy changed from its pre-war focus on non-intervention, to the cold-war politics of containment and intervention. [less ▲]

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See detailBlasmusikausbildung. Über Bildungskategorien in der “community music”
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Weber-Lucks, Theda; Brusniak, Friedhelm; Rhode-Jüchtern, Anna-Christine (Eds.) Würzburger Beiträge zur Kestenberg-Forschung. Festgabe für Andreas Eschen zum 65. Geburtstag (2019)

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See detailTax Transparency in Luxembourg
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL; Chaouche, Fatima UL

in Başaran Yavaşlar, Funda; Hey, Johanna (Eds.) Tax Transparency (2019)

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See detailCross-Cultural Psychogerontology
Albert, Isabelle UL; Tesch-Römer, Clemens

in Gu, Danan; Dupre, Matthew E. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

Population aging is a phenomenon that affects most parts of the world. According to recent data from the World Population Prospects (United Nations 2017), the number of older persons – those aged 60+ – ... [more ▼]

Population aging is a phenomenon that affects most parts of the world. According to recent data from the World Population Prospects (United Nations 2017), the number of older persons – those aged 60+ – has reached 962 million worldwide and is expected to climb to 2.1 billion in 2050. In spite of these general world trends, life expectancies differ still largely, and aging remains a highly diverse experience across the world. While universal developmental tasks are markers for older age in all societies (e.g., becoming a grandparent), expectations with regard to typical life trajectories and the timing of transitions vary. This “social clock” (Neugarten et al. 1965) or “cultural chrononormativity of aging” (Brinkmann and Musaeus 2018) is also expressed in legal regulations and policies (e.g., availability and timing of retirement schemes). Normative and nonnormative life events and their interpretation as on time or off-time might thus be defined very differently depending on the cultural (and historical) context (see also Baltes et al. 1980; Wrosch and Heckhausen 2005). This leads to one of the central questions of cross-cultural aging research: Are aging processes universals across cultures and societies in the Western, Eastern, Northern, and Southern parts of the world – or do aging processes differ between cultures and societies? [less ▲]

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See detailA forcing fictitious domain/immersed boundary method for super-quadric shape of particulate flow simulation of cementitious material
Wu, Mingqiu UL; Peters, Bernhard UL; Dressler, Inka

in International Centre for NumericalMethods in Engineering (2019)

Fictitious domain/immersed boundary method (FD/IBM) has recently been used for particulate flows and complex fluid-solid interaction problems. The advantage of FD/IBM over the body- fitted method is that ... [more ▼]

Fictitious domain/immersed boundary method (FD/IBM) has recently been used for particulate flows and complex fluid-solid interaction problems. The advantage of FD/IBM over the body- fitted method is that it substantially simplifies grid generation for immersed geometries, and it is easier to handle moving boundary situations. FD/IBM even allows the use of a stationary and non- deformation background mesh, as well as it reduces the cost of computation by avoiding generation of a body-fitted mesh for each time step. In this work, we develop a new platform to directly simulate super-quadric (SQ) particles in fluid based on a forcing fictitious domain method. Specifically, a super-quadric particle function is used to represent particle with varying shapes and sizes as encountered for concrete and mortar. The immersion of particles in fluid is handled by imposing a rigidity solid body motion in the particle domain, as well as adding a forcing term to the Navier-stokes equation by integral of pressure gradient and particle related velocity over the whole particle domain. Particle shapes are given by changing the super-quadric parameters of SQ equation. Particle motions, which occur during pumping of cementitious material, can be calculated and tracked by solving Newton’s equations of motions using the extended discrete element method (XDEM)[4] while the data of fluid flow properties are obtained by solving the Navier-Stokes equations which govern the fluid phase. Hence, a particle interface resolving solver is developed by coupling XDEM and IBM. We validate our solver by performing flow around particles and free falling of a particle in the channel at different parameters in 2D and 3D. The final objective of this work is to develop a particle-resolved direct numerical simulation platform to predict highly packed fluids with different shapes of particles and over a wide range of particle sizes. [less ▲]

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See detailTowards the Integration of Metabolic Network Modelling and Machine Learning for the Routine Analysis of High-Throughput Patient Data
Pacheco, Maria UL; Bintener, Tamara Jean Rita UL; Sauter, Thomas UL

in Automated Reasoning for Systems Biology and Medicine (2019)

The decreasing cost of high-throughput technologies allows to consider their use in healthcare and medicine. To prepare for this upcoming revolution, the community is assembling large disease-dedicated ... [more ▼]

The decreasing cost of high-throughput technologies allows to consider their use in healthcare and medicine. To prepare for this upcoming revolution, the community is assembling large disease-dedicated datasets such as TCGA or METABRIC. These datasets will serve as references to compare new patient samples to in order to assign them to a predefined category (i.e. ‘patients associated with poor prognosis’). Some problems affecting the downstream analysis remain to be solved, the bottleneck is no longer data generation itself but the integration of the existing datasets with the present knowledge. Constraint-based modelling, that only requires the setting of a few parameters, became popular for the integration of high-throughput data in a metabolic context. Notably, context-specific building algorithms that extract a subnetwork from a reference network are largely used to study metabolic changes in various diseases. Reference networks are composed of canonical pathways while extracted subnetworks include only active pathways in the context of interest based on high-throughput data. Even though these algorithms can be part of automated pipelines, to be applied by clinicians, the model-building pipelines must be coupled to a standardized semi-automated analysis workflow based on machine learning approaches to avoid bias and reduce the cost of diagnostics. [less ▲]

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See detailEmerging city regions: urban expansion, transformation and discursive construction
Hesse, Markus UL

in Schwanen, Tim; Van Kempen, Ronald (Eds.) Handbook of Urban Geography (2019)

This chapter takes a critical look at city regions from an urban geography perspective. As subject matter, it first identifies city regions that have evolved through the course of urban growth and ... [more ▼]

This chapter takes a critical look at city regions from an urban geography perspective. As subject matter, it first identifies city regions that have evolved through the course of urban growth and expansion, representing an assemblage of an urban core and associated neighbour cities and suburbs that are functionally linked. Second, it also addresses the specialization of some of these city regions that host advanced services, political functions, higher education infrastructure or gateway functions, which make them being classified as ‘metropolitan’ regions. Further, it emphasizes the processes through which regions are labelled and thus created as metropolitan areas: ‘metropolization’. This labelling includes indicator-based observations, political manifestations and also discursive representations. [less ▲]

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See detailA nonparametric ACD model
Cosma, Antonio UL; Galli, Fausto

in Chevalier, Julien; Goutte, Stephane; Guerreiro, David (Eds.) et al Financial Mathematics, Volatility and Covariance Modelling (2019)

We propose a fully nonparametric approach to the analysis of the Autocorrelated Conditional Duration (ACD) process applied to durations between financial events. We use a recursive algorithm to estimate ... [more ▼]

We propose a fully nonparametric approach to the analysis of the Autocorrelated Conditional Duration (ACD) process applied to durations between financial events. We use a recursive algorithm to estimate the nonparametric specification. In a Monte Carlo experiment, we analyse its forecasting performance and compare it with a correctly and a mis-specified parametric estimator. On a real dataset, the nonparametric estimator seems to mildly overperform in terms of predictive power. The nonparametric analysis can also provide guidance on the choice between alternative parametric specifications. In particular, once intraday seasonality is directly modelled in the conditional duration function, the nonparametric approach provides insights into the time-varying nature of the dynamics in the model that the standard procedures of deseasonalization may lead one to overlook. [less ▲]

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See detailCollaborative Ethnography
Budach, Gabriele UL

in Tusting, Karin (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook on Linguistic Ethnography (2019)

The text provides an overview of Collaborative Ethnography as a key methodological approach in Linguistic Etnography Research. It discusses definitions, historical perspectives, current issues and ... [more ▼]

The text provides an overview of Collaborative Ethnography as a key methodological approach in Linguistic Etnography Research. It discusses definitions, historical perspectives, current issues and critical debates, key topics and studies in this area, main methdods and questions/perspectives for further research. [less ▲]

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See detailStillhalten und Musizieren. Blas- und Laienmusik in Luxemburg während des Zweiten Weltkrieges. Das Beispiel Diekirch
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Bohnert, Robert (Ed.) 150 Joer Philharmonie Diekirch (2019)

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See detailApprentissage formel, non-formel et informel de musique dans la communauté
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Créer pour éduquer. La place de la transdisciplinarité (2019)

The practice of music lovers is based on leisure activities. But many other components could be grouped from a perspective of community music. First, it seems that it is totally dissociated from ... [more ▼]

The practice of music lovers is based on leisure activities. But many other components could be grouped from a perspective of community music. First, it seems that it is totally dissociated from traditional methods of musical learning of a formal or non-formal nature. However, it would preferably be linked to informal education. Music in the community is presented as a counter-phenomenon to the highly professionalised musical culture (Lichtinger, 2013). The term ‘community music’ is perfectly appropriate to trace the process of a musical education of young people that often begins with an amateur phase to lead later to the professional life for the most skilled, either to describe the musical training and life of young amateurs, or to trace the life of amateur musicians throughout the life of these musicians. I will present definitions for each of the three training aspects. Next, I will relate the two concepts – that of the three aspects of musical formation and that of music in the community – by giving examples of widespread musical practice, namely wind music (and / or choral) to finally compare models of musical learning. [less ▲]

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See detailZusammenarbeit mit den Eltern: Beispiele aus Luxemburg
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in SNJ (Ed.) Die Bildungspartnerschaft mit den Familien in der frühen mehrsprachigen Bildung Le partenariat avec les familles dans l’éducation plurilingue de la petite enfance (2019)

Elternarbeit, Elterngespräche, Elternabende, Elternbildung, Elternbeteiligung und Erziehungspartnerschaft sind einige von vielen Begriffen, die im Zusammenhang mit der Zusammenarbeit zwischen Eltern und ... [more ▼]

Elternarbeit, Elterngespräche, Elternabende, Elternbildung, Elternbeteiligung und Erziehungspartnerschaft sind einige von vielen Begriffen, die im Zusammenhang mit der Zusammenarbeit zwischen Eltern und Fachkräften genannt werden. In diesem Kapitel greife ich auf zwei Studien in Luxemburg zurück und stelle die Sichtweisen einiger Eltern und Fachkräfte bezüglich der Zusammenarbeit vor. Diese situiere ich im Hinblick auf meine persönlichen Erfahrungen mit Erzieher/-innen in England, die ich in Kapitel 2 präsentiere, und auf internationale Studien, die in Teil 3 vorgestellt werden. Abschließend zeige ich anhand konkreter Beispiele aus unserem Projekt MuLiPEC, wie die Zusammenarbeit von Eltern und Erzieher/-innen gestaltet werden kann. [less ▲]

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See detailModeling Cellular Differentiation and Reprogramming with Gene Regulatory Networks
del Sol Mesa, Antonio UL

in Modeling Cellular Differentiation and Reprogramming with Gene Regulatory Networks (2019)

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See detailOf princesses, paladins, and player motivations: Gender stereotypes and gendered perceptions in video games
Melzer, André UL

in Breuer, Johannes; Pietschmann, Daniel; Liebold, Benny (Eds.) et al Evolutionary psychology and digital games. Digital hunter-gatherers (2019)

Video games have been labeled a male space, and playing video games an activity created by men and for men (Fox & Tang, 2014; see also Lange & Schwab, this volume). The present chapter analyses the ... [more ▼]

Video games have been labeled a male space, and playing video games an activity created by men and for men (Fox & Tang, 2014; see also Lange & Schwab, this volume). The present chapter analyses the typical roles of male and female video game characters, their presentation in games, their effects, and how players perceive these characters. To this end, gender in video games will be analyzed on different levels. Although women and men share the same overall interest in playing video games as a medium for entertainment, they differ substantially with regard to genres and game titles they prefer. These gender differences have been attributed to the overrepresentation of male characters in video games, uninviting game contents that strongly rely on competition and physical aggression, and the stereotypical portrayal and scripted behavioral patterns of hyper-masculine or “macho” male and sexualized female game characters. The issue of gender portrayals in video games will be discussed in the light of theoretical considerations on evolved dispositions that differ by sex versus the social structural account that attributes sex differences to the differing placement of women and men in the social structure. It will be argued that both theoretical approaches make similar predictions regarding gender-specific video game preferences. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Geschichte des (Erb)-Baurechts in Schlaglichtern
Hertweck, Florian UL

in Brigitta, Gerber; Kriese, Ulrich (Eds.) Boden behalten - Stadt gestalten (2019)

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See detailThe challenge of HEPA for physical education in Europe
Scheuer, Claude UL

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

One of the priorities on the political agenda related to sport in the EU over the past years has been health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA). This political priority impacts also physical education (PE ... [more ▼]

One of the priorities on the political agenda related to sport in the EU over the past years has been health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA). This political priority impacts also physical education (PE) as the only school subject where all students are physically active, in a sense that international recommendations on daily physical activity can at least be partly reached. In turn, European associations focusing on PE face challenges to address the priority of HEPA as part of their respective missions. However, HEPA can be considered as a chance for these associations to raise their profile and the profile of PE as a school subject when accentuating their potential to promote HEPA in school settings. In the following, this chapter will focus on HEPA as a relevant political priority for PE in Europe, before focusing on two European associations active in the field of PE: the European Physical Education Association (EUPEA) and the European Council for Physical Education and Youth Sport (CEREPS, Conseil Européen des Recherches en Éducation Physique et Sportive). Roland Naul is an individual member of EUPEA and a founding member of CEREPS. Furthermore, the Willibald-Gebhardt Institute is an institution member of both EUPEA and CEREPS. [less ▲]

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See detailEinleitung: Vorstädtische Räume in Spätmittelalter und früher Neuzeit
Uhrmacher, Martin UL

in Uhrmacher, Martin; Thewes, Guy (Eds.) Extra Muros. Vorstädtische Räume in Spätmittelalter und Früher Neuzeit / Espaces suburbains au bas Moyen Âge et à l’époque moderne (2019)

Stadt und Umland sind auf vielfältige Weise miteinander vernetzt. Die durch den „Spatial Turn“ entstandenen Impulse, Geschichte wieder verstärkt in räumlichen Bedingungen zu denken und Veränderungen der ... [more ▼]

Stadt und Umland sind auf vielfältige Weise miteinander vernetzt. Die durch den „Spatial Turn“ entstandenen Impulse, Geschichte wieder verstärkt in räumlichen Bedingungen zu denken und Veränderungen der Raumwahrnehmung intensiver in den Blick zu nehmen, sind das Anliegen des vorliegenden Bandes. Im Fokus stehen u.a. Fragen zur kartographischen Repräsentation, zur Sozialtopographie, zu Inklusions- und Exklusionsprozessen, sowie zur unterschiedlich starken Ausprägung von Zonen städtischen Einflusses. In den Beiträgen werden ausgewählte Städte aus Mittel-, Süd- und Osteuropa beleuchtet, darunter auch Festungsstädte und die in diesem Kontext oft wenig beachteten „Kleinen Städte“. [less ▲]

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See detailSfamarsi coi ricordi
Cicotti, Claudio UL

in Cicotti, Claudio; Portante, Jean; Radicati, Stella (Eds.) Mani che scrivono, vite che creano (2019)

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See detailNaviguer dans la Toile du passé
Schafer, Valerie UL

in Lamassé, Stéphane; Bonnot, Gaetan (Eds.) Dans les dédales du Web. Historiens en territoires numériques. (2019)

Les historiens prennent progressivement la mesure de l’opportunité que représentent les milliards de pages Web archivées, mais aussi des difficultés et enjeux épistémologiques posés par ces nouvelles ... [more ▼]

Les historiens prennent progressivement la mesure de l’opportunité que représentent les milliards de pages Web archivées, mais aussi des difficultés et enjeux épistémologiques posés par ces nouvelles sources à la discipline. Parmi les points de tension relevés, ressort en particulier l’imbrication des temporalités à l’œuvre dans l’archivage et les archives du Web. Ce sont ces multiples temporalités de l’archive et de l’archivage que ce chapitre se propose d’étudier. [less ▲]

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See detailChercher sur, autour et avec le numérique
Clavert, Frédéric UL; Schafer, Valerie UL

in Blandin, Claire; Robinet, François; Schafer, Valerie (Eds.) Penser l'histoire des médias (2019)

À l’image de son objet, l’histoire sur le numérique est un champ de recherche jeune, issu d’une historiographie puisant à de nombreuses sources. Devenue aujourd’hui une composante de l’histoire des médias ... [more ▼]

À l’image de son objet, l’histoire sur le numérique est un champ de recherche jeune, issu d’une historiographie puisant à de nombreuses sources. Devenue aujourd’hui une composante de l’histoire des médias, après avoir été une composante de l’histoire des techniques et de l’innovation, elle dispose de multiples facettes : de l’histoire de l’informatique à celle des cultures numériques, elle est un champ en construction et en expansion, très ouvert à d’autres disciplines. L’évolution de l’informatique vers la micro-informatique personnelle et l’émergence du Web ont par ailleurs donné naissance à de nouvelles sources, nées numériques (aussi appelées « sources nativement numériques »), qui ouvrent de nouvelles perspectives de recherche, non sans poser des questions méthodologiques et épistémologiques également nouvelles ou renouvelées. Le numérique est aussi un outil, dont les historiens se sont emparés : l’histoire avec le numérique offre des méthodes pour analyser et lire les sources primaires nées numériques mais aussi pour écrire l’histoire. [less ▲]

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See detailSpina Bifida
Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Llewellyn, C; Ayers, S; McManus, C (Eds.) et al Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health, & Medicine (2019)

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See detail7th International Workshop on Self-Optimisation in Autonomic and Organic Computing Systems
Botev, Jean UL; Stein, Anthony; Tomforde, Sven

in ARCS 2019 Workshop Proceedings (2019)

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See detailOverprosecution and Negotiated Justice in Europe
Ligeti, Katalin UL; Robinson, Gavin UL

in Van Kempen, Piet Hein (Ed.) Overuse in the Criminal Justice System: On Criminalization, Prosecution and Imprisonment (2019)

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

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

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

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

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See detailSignal prediction using fractional derivative models
Skovranek, Tomas; Despotovic, Vladimir UL

in Bǎleanu, Dumitru; Mendes Lopes, António (Eds.) Handbook of Fractional Calculus with Applications (2019)

In this chapter the linear prediction (LP) and its generalisation to fractional linear prediction (FLP) is described with the possible applications to one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) signals ... [more ▼]

In this chapter the linear prediction (LP) and its generalisation to fractional linear prediction (FLP) is described with the possible applications to one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) signals. Standard test signals, such as the sine wave, the square wave, and the sawtooth wave, as well as the real-data signals, such as speech, electrocardiogram and electroencephalogram are used for the numerical experiments for the 1D case, and grayscale images for the 2D case. The 1D FLP model is proposed to have a similar construction as the LP model, i.e. it uses linear combination of fractional derivatives with different values of the fractional order. The 2D FLP model uses linear combination of the fractional derivatives in two directions, horizontal and vertical. The scheme for the computation of the optimal predictor coefficients for both 1D and 2D FLP models is also provided. The performance of the proposed FLP models is compared to the performance of the LP models, confirming that the proposed FLP can be successfully applied in processing of 1D and 2D signals, giving comparable or better performance using the same or even smaller number of parameters. [less ▲]

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See detailReflective Practice: Lessons Learnt by Using Board Games as a Design Tool for Location-Based Games
Jones, Catherine UL; Konstantinos, Papangelis

in Kyriakidis, P; Hadjimitsis, D; Skarlatos, D (Eds.) et al Geospatial Technologies for Local and Regional Development (2019)

Location-based gaming (LBG) apps present many challenges to the design process. They have very different requirements compared to games that are aspatial in nature. They take place in the wild and this ... [more ▼]

Location-based gaming (LBG) apps present many challenges to the design process. They have very different requirements compared to games that are aspatial in nature. They take place in the wild and this brings unique challenges to the practicalities of their design. There is a need to balance the core game play with the spatial requirements of location-aware technologies as well as considering the overall theme and objectives of the game together with the motivations and behaviours of players. We reflect upon this balancing act and explore an approach to creative paper prototyping through the medium of board games to co-design LBG requirements. We examine two case studies of location-based games with different goals. The first case study discusses the CrossCult Pilot 4 app built to trigger reflection on historical stories through thoughtful play. Whilst the second case study uses the City Conquerer app designed and played in Suzhou, China with a view to exploring notions of territoriality. The paper considers how spatial, social and interaction metaphors are used to simulate location-based games in a board game and discusses the lessons learned when transforming the paper game into a digital prototype. It forms part of a thinking by doing approach. By comparing the board games to the technical counterparts, we consider how effective are the features and activities implemented in the technology prototypes. We propose a set of 11 design constraints that developers must be mindful of when transitioning from paper to digital prototypes. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Taxation of the Sharing Economy
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Kofler, Georg; Pantazatou, Aikaterini (Eds.) et al Tax and the Digital Economy: Challenges and Proposals for Reform (2019)

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See detailExploring the "French Web" of the 1990s
Schafer, Valerie UL

in Brügger, Niels; Laursen, Ditte (Eds.) The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: The Case of National Web Domains (2019)

This chapter draws from the experience of the collective French Web90 project to show the approaches, tools, and methodologies required to sketch a broad historical picture of the French Web during the ... [more ▼]

This chapter draws from the experience of the collective French Web90 project to show the approaches, tools, and methodologies required to sketch a broad historical picture of the French Web during the 1990s. It also describes the limits and challenges we met during its realisation. Uncertainties about the perimeter of the French Web and its archives, data overload, progressive learning of a particular digital literacy, specific features of born-digital heritage (Newsgroups and Web archives), and using the tools for its exploration and analysis are at the heart of this study, which has progressively refined and adapted its ambitions and methodologies, notably by using methods and tools from the Digital Humanities. [less ▲]

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See detailImmunity from Execution of Military and Cultural Property
Happold, Matthew UL

in Ruys, Tom; Angelet, Nicolas (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Immunities and International Law (2019)

At first glance, State military property and State cultural property are not two categories of goods with much in common. Legally, however, they are classed together for one particular purpose: both are ... [more ▼]

At first glance, State military property and State cultural property are not two categories of goods with much in common. Legally, however, they are classed together for one particular purpose: both are generally immune from foreign State court measures of constraint. This classification reflects the importance both categories of good have to States, their governments and (not least) their peoples. This chapter will show how that importance is reflected in the law on State immunity, but will also consider why, in each case, the distinction exists and whether it can be justified. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg - The Constitution of Luxembourg in the Context of EU and International Law as ‘Higher Law’
Gerkrath, Jörg UL

in Bardutzky, Samo; Albi, Anneli (Eds.) National constitutions in European and Global Governance: Democracy, Rights, the rule of law (2019)

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Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Smuta, Attila (Ed.) Kodály Szimpozium (2019)

Article on request by the editor: partial translation of "Von Feuerwagen und Straßen aus Eisen. Musik als Bildungsauftrag in Sachen Geschichte", cf. http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/18778, translated by ... [more ▼]

Article on request by the editor: partial translation of "Von Feuerwagen und Straßen aus Eisen. Musik als Bildungsauftrag in Sachen Geschichte", cf. http://orbilu.uni.lu/handle/10993/18778, translated by Lipócziné Dr. Csabai Sarolta & Dominekné Nagyhegyesi Mónika [less ▲]

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See detailInference in Conditional Moment Restriction Models When there is Selection Due to Stratification
Cosma, Antonio UL; Kostyrka, André UL; Tripathi, Gautam UL

in Huynh, Kim P.; Jacho-Chávez, David T.; Tripathi, Gautam (Eds.) The Econometrics of Complex Survey Data (2019)

We show how to use a smoothed empirical likelihood approach to conduct efficient semiparametric inference in models characterized as conditional moment equalities when data is collected by variable ... [more ▼]

We show how to use a smoothed empirical likelihood approach to conduct efficient semiparametric inference in models characterized as conditional moment equalities when data is collected by variable probability sampling. Results from a simulation experiment suggest that the smoothed empirical likelihood based estimator can estimate the model parameters very well in small to moderately sized stratified samples. [less ▲]

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See detailLa légitimité des "juges-experts" de la Cour européenne de Justice 1952 - 1972
Fritz, Vera UL

in ALBE, Virginie; COMMAILLE, Jacques; LE BOT, Florent (Eds.) L'échelle des régulations politiques, XVIIIe - XXIe siècles (2019)

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See detailHarmful Tax Competition from the European Union towards Third Countries?
Haslehner, Werner UL; Schwarz, Paloma

in Martín Jiménez, Adolfo (Ed.) The External Tax Strategy of the EU in a Post-BEPS Environment (2019)

The European Union does not have a harmonized – let alone centralized – tax system that offers specific tax incentives. It also does not explicitly regulate tax competition of its constituent parts (the ... [more ▼]

The European Union does not have a harmonized – let alone centralized – tax system that offers specific tax incentives. It also does not explicitly regulate tax competition of its constituent parts (the EU Member States) with third countries, but only regulates “internal tax competition” among them, through the mechanism of the Code of Conduct and, even more strongly, by prohibiting State aid from being granted through tax measures. The question asked by the title of this chapter thus seems to be easily answerable in the negative: since the European Union does not make external tax policies for its Member States and does not itself provide specific tax incentives, it is not an agent of tax competition. Consequently, it would be challenging to argue that the European Union engages in harmful tax competition towards third countries. Taking a broader view, however, the notion that the European Union may engage in harmful tax competition may not be so easily dismissed, as it takes regulatory action that impacts Member States as primary agents of tax competition in a variety of ways, which can either improve or reduce the Member States’ and, by extension the European Union’s competitive position vis-à-vis third countries. Such impact takes three different routes: (i) primary EU law, affecting the design of domestic tax incentives; (ii) secondary EU law, determining certain kinds of tax incentives; and (iii) soft-law instruments, affecting domestic tax design. This contribution aims at analysing these three routes of tax competition of the European Union in order to get a deeper understanding of the ways in which the European Union may be said to engage in harmful tax competition. Before the different models can be analysed in this light, however, it is first necessary to enquire into the nature of “harmful tax competition”, a term that is all too often used without a clear definition of its content. [less ▲]

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See detailCultural Heritage, Diversity, Functionality, Education of Music in a European Context
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Buzás, Zsuzsanne; Brusniak, Friedhelm; Marshall, Nigel (Eds.) et al Music Education in the Focus of Historical Concepts and New Horizons (2019)

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See detailIndexing for Graph Query Evaluation
Fletcher; Theobald, Martin UL

in Sakr, Sharif; Zomaya, Albert Y. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies (2019)

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See detailSimultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer in UDN with Caching Architecture
Gautam, Sumit UL; Vu, Thang Xuan UL; Chatzinotas, Symeon UL et al

in Duong, Trung; Chu, Xiaoli; Suraweera, Himal (Eds.) Ultra-Dense Networks for 5G and Beyond - Modelling, Analysis, and Applications (2019)

In this chapter, we investigate the performance of a time-switching (TS) based energy harvesting model for cache-assisted simultaneous wireless transmission of information and energy (Wi-TIE). In the ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, we investigate the performance of a time-switching (TS) based energy harvesting model for cache-assisted simultaneous wireless transmission of information and energy (Wi-TIE). In the considered system, a relay which is equipped with both caching and energy harvesting capabilities helps a source to convey information to a destination. Based on the time-splitting mechanism, we analyze the effect of caching on the system performance in terms of stored energy at the relay and the relay-destination link throughput. In particular, two optimization problems are formulated to maximize the energy stored at the relay and the relay-destination throughput. By using KKT method, closed-form solution are obtained for both the problems. Finally, the performance of the proposed design under various operating conditions and parameter values is illustrated using numerical results. [less ▲]

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See detailL'écopoésie d'Anise Koltz
Thiltges, Sébastian UL

in Ergal, Yves-Michel; Finck, Michèle (Eds.) Anise Koltz l'inapaisée. La poésie entre les langues (2019)

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See detailPhysical Education and Teacher Education in Luxembourg
Scheuer, Claude UL

in MacPhail, Anne; Tannehill, Deborah; Avsar, Züleyah (Eds.) European Physical Education Teacher Education Practices: Initial, Induction, and Professional Development (2019)

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See detailEffective Legal Remedies and Fair Trial in Tax and Time
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Kofler, Georg; Rust, Alexander (Eds.) Time and Tax - Issues in International, EU and Constitutional Law (2019)

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See detailKarl IV. und sein Halbbruder Wenzel. Das Herzogtum Luxemburg und Karls Politik im Westen des Reiches
Pauly, Michel UL

in Bendheim, Amelie; Sieburg, Heinz (Eds.) Prag in der Zeit der Luxemburger Dynastie. Literatur, Religion und Herrschaftskulturen zwischen Bereicherung und Behauptung (2019)

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See detailMining in Outer Space: Legal Aspects
Hofmann, Mahulena UL; Bergamasco, Federico UL

in Tams, Christian; Bungenberg, Marc; Krajewski, Markus (Eds.) European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2018 (2019)

Outer space has become the focus of projects plannning exploration and excavation of natural resources. The central international legal source of the law of Outer Space is the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. The ... [more ▼]

Outer space has become the focus of projects plannning exploration and excavation of natural resources. The central international legal source of the law of Outer Space is the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. The mining activities in outer space are compatible with international law under the condition that they respect this treaty, including its obligation to protect the environment. [less ▲]

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See detailSmoking, Implicit Attitudes, and Context-Sensitivity: An Overview
Glock, Sabine UL; Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Substance Abuse and Addiction: : Breakthroughs in Research and Practice (2019)

This chapter focuses on implicit attitudes toward smoking and provides the first systematic review of research in this domain. Implicit attitudes are suggested to guide automatic behavior, thereby playing ... [more ▼]

This chapter focuses on implicit attitudes toward smoking and provides the first systematic review of research in this domain. Implicit attitudes are suggested to guide automatic behavior, thereby playing a pivotal role for automatic processes inherent in addictive behaviors. This chapter further explores the extent to which implicit attitudes are context-sensitive. More specifically, it reviews studies that have focused on the differential effects of external cues such as warning labels and internal cues (e.g., deprivation). Results of 32 studies show that although smokers generally have more positive implicit attitudes than non-smokers, the valence of implicit attitudes varies as a result of the applied method or stimuli. Studies reveal that implicit attitudes toward smoking partly depend on external cues, especially outcome expectancies. Similarly, internal cues affect implicit attitudes whereby the level of nicotine deprivation seems vital. Implications for intervention and future research are indicated in the discussion. [less ▲]

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See detailA Big Data Demand Estimation Framework for Modelling of Urban Congested Networks
Cantelmo, Guido UL; Viti, Francesco UL

in CSUM 2018, AISC 879 proceedings (2019)

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See detailEnergy aware ultrascale systems
Oleksiak, Ariel; Lefèvre, Laurent; Alonso, Pedro et al

in Carretero, J.; Jeannot, E.; Zomaya, A.Y. (Eds.) Ultrascale Computing Systems (2019)

Energy consumption is one of the main limiting factors for the design of ultrascale infrastructures. Multi-level hardware and software optimizations must be designed and explored in order to reduce energy ... [more ▼]

Energy consumption is one of the main limiting factors for the design of ultrascale infrastructures. Multi-level hardware and software optimizations must be designed and explored in order to reduce energy consumption for these largescale equipment. This chapter addresses the issue of energy efficiency of ultrascale systems in front of other quality metrics. The goal of this chapter is to explore the design of metrics, analysis, frameworks and tools for putting energy awareness and energy efficiency at the next stage. Significant emphasis will be placed on the idea of “energy complexity,” reflecting the synergies between energy efficiency and quality of service, resilience and performance, by studying computation power, communication/data sharing power, data access power, algorithm energy consumption, etc. [less ▲]

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See detailA Full-Cost Model for Estimating the Energy Consumption of Computing Infrastructures
Orgerie, Anne-Cecile; Varrette, Sébastien UL

in Zomaya, A. Y; Carretero, J.; Jeannot, E. (Eds.) Ultrascale Computing Systems (2019)

Since its advent in the middle of the 2000’s, the Cloud Computing (CC) paradigm is increasingly advertised as a price-effective solution to many IT problems. This seems reasonable if we exclude the pure ... [more ▼]

Since its advent in the middle of the 2000’s, the Cloud Computing (CC) paradigm is increasingly advertised as a price-effective solution to many IT problems. This seems reasonable if we exclude the pure performance point of view as many studies highlight a non-negligible overhead induced by the virtualization layer at the heart of every Cloud middleware when subjected to an High Performance Computing (HPC) workload. When this is the case, traditional HPC and Ultrascale computing systems are required, and then comes the question of the real cost-effectiveness, especially when comparing to instances offered by the Cloud providers. In this section, and inspired by the work proposed in [1], we propose a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) analysis of an in-house academic HPC facility of medium-size (in particular the one operated at the University of Luxembourg since 2007, or within the Grid’5000 project [2]), and compare it with the investment that would have been required to run the same platform (and the same workload) over a competitive Cloud IaaS offer. [less ▲]

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See detailTime and Tax: Constitutional Versus Economic Perspectives
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Kofler, Georg; Rust, Alexander (Eds.) Time and Tax – Issues in International, EU, and Constitutional Law (2019)

Constitutional and economic perspectives frequently differ, including with respect to taxation. Constitutional scholars, on the one hand, typically focus on questions of justice with respect to a ... [more ▼]

Constitutional and economic perspectives frequently differ, including with respect to taxation. Constitutional scholars, on the one hand, typically focus on questions of justice with respect to a particular policy, together with the legal and institutional structures that aim to implement that policy, and thus look at individual rights, equity, the balance ofpowers and the proportionate consideration of diverse interests. Economists, on the other hand, are mainly interested in a particular policy's economic efficiency: they zoom in on its trade-offs, incentives, and consequences for economic welfare as a whole. It is necessary to combine both views for a holistic understanding of legal regulations. From both perspectives, it is, ultimately, a policy's practical effects that drive an assessment of its economic efficiency or its fairness. Thus, any constitutional or legal analysis ought to be imbued with a certain level of economic analysis, as justice depends on the actual outcomes of a policy, including its second-order effects. This contribution attempts to inquire the consequences of such approach in three main dimensions of timing taxation: assessment of taxes, collection of taxes, and the transition between different tax rules and systems. [less ▲]

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See detailSecurity, reliability and regulation compliance in Ultrascale Computing System
Bouvry, Pascal UL; Varrette, Sébastien UL; Wasim, Muhammad Umer UL et al

in Zomaya, A. Y.; Carretero, J.; Jeannot, E. (Eds.) Ultrascale Computing Systems (2019)

Ultrascale Computing Systems (UCSs) are envisioned as large-scale complex systems joining parallel and distributed computing systems that will be two to three orders of magnitude larger than today’s ... [more ▼]

Ultrascale Computing Systems (UCSs) are envisioned as large-scale complex systems joining parallel and distributed computing systems that will be two to three orders of magnitude larger than today’s systems (considering the number of Central Process Unit (CPU) cores). It is very challenging to find sustainable solutions for UCSs due to their scale and a wide range of possible applications and involved technologies. For example, we need to deal with heterogeneity and cross fertilization among HPC, large-scale distributed systems, and big data management. One of the challenges regarding sustainable UCSs is resilience. Another one, which attracted less interest in the literature but becomes more and more crucial with the expected convergence with the Cloud computing paradigm, is the notion of regulation in such system to assess the Quality of Service (QoS) and Service Level Agreement (SLA) proposed for the use of these platforms. This chapter covers both aspects through the reproduction of two articles: [1] and [2]. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg
Covolo, Valentina UL

in Ruggeri, Stefano; Quattrocolo, Serena (Eds.) Personal Participation in Criminal Proceedings. A Comparative Study of Participatory Safeguards and in absentia Trials in Europe (2019)

In the last decade, Luxembourg law governing in absentia proceedings was subject to legislative reforms intended to enhance the rights of suspects and accused persons. In particular, the amendments ... [more ▼]

In the last decade, Luxembourg law governing in absentia proceedings was subject to legislative reforms intended to enhance the rights of suspects and accused persons. In particular, the amendments adopted in 2008 and 2017 aimed to make national criminal procedure compliant with the ECtHR case law and the ABC Directives. Against this background, the present contribution aims to analyse legal framework governing in absentia and inaudito reo proceedings in Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailEthnographie und Dokumentarische Methode
Neumann, Sascha UL

in Dörner, Olaf; Loos, Peter; Schäffer, Burkhard (Eds.) et al Dokumentarische Methode: Triangulation und blinde Flecken (2019)

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See detailDer Blick von außen. Eindrücke aus Flandern, der Wallonie, dem Rheinland und diplomatischen Archiven
Mouton, Victoria UL; Dolderer, Winfried; Lanneau, Catherine et al

in Lejeune, Carlo; Brüll, Christoph; Quadflieg, Peter M. (Eds.) Grenzerfahrungen. Eine Geschichte der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Belgiens. Vol. 4: Staatenwechsel, Identitätskonflikte, Kriegserfahrungen (1919-1945) (2019)

Die Geschichte Eupen-Malmedys erscheint aus einer reinen Innenperspektive komplex. Ohne Rückgriffe auf die belgischen und deutschen diplomatischen Archive ist sie kaum zu entschlüsseln. Zusätzliche ... [more ▼]

Die Geschichte Eupen-Malmedys erscheint aus einer reinen Innenperspektive komplex. Ohne Rückgriffe auf die belgischen und deutschen diplomatischen Archive ist sie kaum zu entschlüsseln. Zusätzliche Informationen können die Historiker aus Quellen schöpfen, die weitere Blicke und Einschätzungen von außen preisgeben. Die diplomatischen Archive der französischen, britischen und US-amerikanischen Botschaften bieten sich da an. Doch auch die Sichtweisen der flämischen und wallonischen Bewegungen sowie des Rheinlandes als geographischem Nachbarraum helfen, die Regionalgeschichte dieses Zwischenraumes breiter und vertiefter zu verstehen. [less ▲]

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See detailDer unsichtbare Zweite. Gegenschüsse im One-Actor-Movie
Pause, Johannes UL

in Doll, Martin (Ed.) Cutting Edge! Aktuelle Positionen der Filmmontage (2019)

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See detailConstructions contestées et contrastées de la notion de terroir. Symbolique Politique, Savoir Scientifique, Typicité Culturale et Culturelle
Reckinger, Rachel UL

in Yengué, Louis; Stengel, Kilien (Eds.) Terroir viticole. Espace et figures de qualité (2019)

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See detailInternationale Migration zwischen hochentwickelten Staaten und ihre Konsequenzen für den Lebensverlauf
Erlinghagen, Marcel; Ette, Andreas; Schneider, Norbert et al

in Burzan, Nicole (Ed.) Komplexe Dynamiken globaler und lokaler Entwicklungen. Verhandlungen des 39. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Göttingen 2018 (2019)

Räumliche Mobilität ist ein konstitutives Merkmal ökonomisch hochentwickelter Gesellschaften. Hierzu zählen traditionell mobile Lebensformen innerhalb eines Nationalstaates, mit zunehmender Wichtigkeit ... [more ▼]

Räumliche Mobilität ist ein konstitutives Merkmal ökonomisch hochentwickelter Gesellschaften. Hierzu zählen traditionell mobile Lebensformen innerhalb eines Nationalstaates, mit zunehmender Wichtigkeit aber auch grenzüberschreitende Mobilität (Schneider, Meil 2010; Viry, Kaufmann 2015). Während man im 20. Jahrhundert unter internationaler Migration fast ausschließlich die Zuwanderung in westliche Industriestaaten verstand, rückt zunehmend die Rolle dieser Staaten als Herkunftsländer in den Fokus (van Dalen, Henkens 2013). Die Migration zwischen den OECD-Staaten stellt heute einen zentralen Bestandteil des globalen Wanderungsgeschehens dar (OECD 2015). Auch wird internationale Mobilität und damit zusammenhängend der Aufbau von „transnationalem Humankapital“ (Gerhards, Hans 2013) bzw. „interkulturellem Kapital“ (Pöllmann 2013) oder „Mobilitätskapital“ (Kaufmann et al. 2004) als eine wichtige Ressource für eine erfolgreiche Partizipation in einer zusammenwachsenden Welt und ihren Systemen und Institutionen gesehen. Aus dieser Perspektive hat der „mobility turn“ (Grieco, Urry 2016) weitreichende Auswirkungen für die Verteilung gesellschaftlicher Ungleichheiten. Über grenzüberschreitende Kontakte und Beziehungen zu verfügen, gilt mittlerweile als ein wesentlicher Faktor zur Bestimmung sozialer Positionen (Beck 2008; Weiß 2005). Im europäischen Kontext bestehen bereits erste Hinweise, dass Mobilität einen Einfluss auf die ökonomischen und gesellschaftlichen Teilhabechancen hat (Cresswell 2006; Ohnmacht et al. 2009), ohne dass dies jedoch bislang systematisch untersucht worden ist. Während Migrationsprozesse aus ärmeren Weltregionen in ökonomisch hochentwickelte Gesellschaften und politisch gefestigte, demokratische Wohlfahrtsstaaten theoretisch und empirisch intensiv erforscht worden sind (Castles et al. 2014; Massey et al. 1999), wissen wir bislang vergleichsweise wenig über die internationale Mobilität von Bürger*innen eben jener Wohlstandsgesellschaften selbst (Favell et al. 2007). Darüber hinaus zielen die meisten der vorliegenden Studien zur Auswanderung aus ökonomisch hochentwickelten Gesellschaften auf die Rückwanderung von Migrant*innen in ihre ehemaligen Heimatländer (Constant, Massey 2003; Ghosh 2000). Im Vergleich zu anderen Bereichen in der Migrationsforschung ist die internationale Migration aus hochentwickelten Staaten vergleichsweise wenig erforscht. Vereinzelte Studien, wie zum Beispiel EU-CROSS (Recchi et al. 2019; Recchi 2014) oder PIONEUR (Recchi, Favell 2009) sind vom Design nicht darauf ausgelegt und deswegen auch nicht in der Lage, theoretisch weiterführende Fragen zu den individuellen Konsequenzen internationaler Migration für den weiteren Lebensverlauf zu beantworten. Diese befassen sich vielmehr mit spezifischen Phänomenen, wie transnationalen Lebensformen sowie ihren Konsequenzen für Identität, politische Einstellungen und Integration (Rother, Nebe 2009). Ein Grund für diesen unbefriedigenden Forschungsstand ist sicherlich der eher spärliche Datenbestand – ein Umstand, der eng damit zusammenhängt, dass die Erfassung international mobiler Bevölkerungsgruppen vor einigen methodischen Herausforderungen steht (Ette, Sauer 2010: 34–45). Mobile und insbesondere international Mobile sind ein Paradebeispiel für eine „hard to study population“ (Lynn et al. 2018). Bisherige Versuche, diese Migrantengruppe im Rahmen bestehender harmonisierter internationaler Surveys (zum Beispiel European Social Survey oder European Union Labour Force Survey) zu untersuchen, werden durch unzureichend erfasste Informationen über den Migrationsprozess erschwert (Erlinghagen 2011; Ette, Sauer 2010). Auch bestehende sozialwissenschaftliche Panelstudien stoßen bei solchen Fragestellungen räumlich an ihre Grenzen. Diese orientieren sich nämlich in der Regel an den Grenzen der Nationalstaaten. Für Zuwander*innen und Rückwander*innen resultiert daraus, dass sie erst ab dem Grenzübertritt in ihrem Zielland untersucht werden können und somit meist als „Personen ohne Vorgeschichte“ (Vermeulen 2010, S.1224) in diesen Datensätzen erscheinen. Umgekehrt können Auswander*innen in Panelstudien ihres Herkunftslandes nur bis zum Auswanderungsereignis ‚verfolgt‘ werden, da sie anschließend den nationalstaatlichen Beobachtungsraum verlassen und dieses Ereignis mit einem Ausscheiden und somit faktischer Panelmortalität verbunden ist. Auch die Erweiterung bestehender Panelstudien um diese international mobile Bevölkerungsgruppe scheitert bisher aufgrund geringer Fallzahlen (Schupp et al. 2008). In der Konsequenz fehlen in Deutschland, aber auch den anderen OECD-Staaten, adäquate Datengrundlagen zur Untersuchung der Dynamik von Wanderungsprozessen und ihren individuellen Konsequenzen. Hier setzt die „German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study“ (GERPS) an und untersucht die Prozesse internationaler Migration anhand eines völlig neuen theoretisch konzeptionellen Ansatzes, dem „Destination-Origin-Migration-Ansatzes“ (DOM-Ansatz; vgl. Erlinghagen, Ette 2019 sowie den folgenden Abschnitt). Im nächsten Abschnitt werden zunächst die Grundüberlegungen dieses DOM-Ansatzes skizziert. Anschließend wird die neu zu konzipierende Längsschnittstudie GERPS näher vorgestellt. Der Beitrag endet mit einer zusammenfassenden Schlussbetrachtung. [less ▲]

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See detailMultidimensional views on aging and old age.
Kornadt, Anna Elena UL; Wurm, Susanne

in Danan, Gu; Dupre, Matthew E (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging (2019)

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See detailEupen-Malmedy im europäischen Vergleich. Minderheiten als Problem der europäischen Politik in der Zwischenkriegszeit
Brüll, Christoph UL; Kontny, Johannes

in Quadflieg, Peter M.; Lejeune, Carlo; Brüll, Christoph (Eds.) Grenzerfahrungen. Eine Geschichte der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Belgiens. Vol. 4: Staatenwechsel, Identitätskonflikte, Kriegserfahrungen (1919-1945) (2019)

Im 19. Jahrhundert wurden die Grenzen zwischen den unterschiedlichen Sprachen und Kulturen immer schärfer gezogen. Der Nationalismus entfaltete seine Kraft. Durch die Schaffung zahlreicher neuer Staaten ... [more ▼]

Im 19. Jahrhundert wurden die Grenzen zwischen den unterschiedlichen Sprachen und Kulturen immer schärfer gezogen. Der Nationalismus entfaltete seine Kraft. Durch die Schaffung zahlreicher neuer Staaten in Osteuropa und neuer Minderheiten in Westeuropa entstanden für die Innen- und Außenpolitik der europäischen Staaten neue Spannungen. Ein Vergleich zwischen ausgewählten europäischen Minderheiten eröffnet neue Sichtweisen auf die Regionalgeschichte und relativiert scheinbare Gewissheiten. [less ▲]

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See detailSchulische Kontexte, Schulentfremdung und Bildungsarmut
Hadjar, Andreas UL; Scharf, Jan; Grecu, Alyssa Laureen UL

in Quenzel, Gudrun; Hurrelmann, Klaus (Eds.) Handbuch Bildungsarmut (2019)

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See detailWeltkriege in der Region. Militärdienst und Kriegserfahrungen als Lebenserfahrung
Beck, Philippe; Brüll, Christoph UL; Quadflieg, Peter M.

in Lejeune, Carlo; Brüll, Christoph; Quadflieg, Peter M. (Eds.) Grenzerfahrungen. Eine Geschichte der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Belgiens. vol. 4: Staatenwechsel, Identitätskonflikte, Kriegserfahrungen (1919-1945) (2019)

Der Zeitraum zwischen 1914 und 1945 wird eingerahmt durch die beiden größten militärischen Konflikte, die die moderne Welt gesehen hat. Auch in Eupen-Malmedy zogen Tausende junge Menschen in den Ersten ... [more ▼]

Der Zeitraum zwischen 1914 und 1945 wird eingerahmt durch die beiden größten militärischen Konflikte, die die moderne Welt gesehen hat. Auch in Eupen-Malmedy zogen Tausende junge Menschen in den Ersten oder Zweiten Weltkrieg, fielen oder kehrten verwundet an Körper und Seele heim. Doch nicht nur die Kriege und die Opfer, sondern auch die Erinnerung an den Krieg und der Militärdienst in der vermeintlich friedlichen Zwischenkriegszeit waren wichtige politische und soziale Einflussgrößen für die ostbelgische Gesellschaft. Verstärkt wurden sie durch die drei Staatenwechsel von 1920, 1940 und 1944. Welchen Einfluss hatte das Militärische auf die Menschen dieser Region? Wie gingen die Menschen mit den Kriegs- und Militärerfahrungen in der belgischen und deutschen Armee um? [less ▲]

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Priem, Karin UL; Herman, Frederik

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Conac, Pierre-Henri UL

in Gerner-Beuerle, Carsten (Ed.) The Private International Law of Companies in Europe (2019)

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See detailThe Organised Crime-Terrorism Nexus: How to Address the Issue of ISIS Benefitting from Lucrative Criminal Activities?
Ligeti, Katalin UL; Lassalle, Maxime

in Roksandić Vidlička, Sunčana; Engelhart, Marc (Eds.) Dealing with Terrorism. Empirical and Normative Challenges of Fighting the Islamic State (2019)

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See detailThe evolution of direct taxation in the EU: A multi-variable equation
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Almeida, Lucila; Cantero Gamito, Marta; Djurovic, Mateja (Eds.) et al The Transformation of Economic Law: Essays in Honour of Hans - W. Micklitz (2019)

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See detail“Sensuous Geographies” in the “Age of Steel”: Educating Future Workers’ Bodies in Time and Space (1900–1940)
Priem, Karin UL; Herman, Frederik

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies, and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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See detailThe Eye of the Machine: Labor Sciences and the Mechanical Registration of the Human Body
Herman, Frederik; Priem, Karin UL

in Priem, Karin; Herman, Frederik (Eds.) Fabricating Modern Societies: Education, Bodies, and Minds in the Age of Steel (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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See detailIntroducing Luxembourg: Ephemeral Sustainabilities
Carr, Constance UL

in Krueger, Rob; Freytag, Tim; Mössner, Samuel (Eds.) Adventures in Sustainable Urbanism (2019)

Table of Contents 1. Constructing Sustainable Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag and Samuel Mossner 2. The Rise of Sustainable Urban Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner 3. A ... [more ▼]

Table of Contents 1. Constructing Sustainable Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag and Samuel Mossner 2. The Rise of Sustainable Urban Development Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner 3. A Tale of Two Cities: Christchurch, New Zealand, and Sustainable Urban Disaster Recovery Tim Baird and C. Michael Hall 4. Reworking Newtown Creek Winifred Curran and Trina Hamilton 5. From Sprawling Cowtown to Social Sustainability Pioneer: The Sustainability Journey of Calgary, Alberta Freya Kristensen 6. The Greenest City Experience: Exploring Social Action and Social Sustainability in Vancouver, Canada Marit Rosol and Cristina Temenos 7. Introducing Luxembourg: Ephemeral Sustainabilities Constance Carr 8. Montpellier Écocité: From Growth Machine to Sustainability? David Giband 9. Building Ecopolis in the World’s Factory: A Field Note on Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city I-Chun Catherine Chang 10. Sustainable Empire? Michal Kohout 11. Middle-Class Family Enclavism and Solidarity from a Distance Notes from a Field of Contradictions in Dortmund, Germany Susanne Frank 12. A Conclusion? Or, Toward a New Beginning? Robert Krueger, Tim Freytag, and Samuel Mossner [less ▲]

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See detailDer institutionelle Sinn der Partizipation. Befunde einer ethnografischen Studie in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen
Neumann, Sascha UL; Kuhn, Melanie; Hekel, Nicole UL et al

in Sieber Egger, Anja; Unterweger, Gisela; Jäger, Marianna (Eds.) et al Kindheit(en) in formalen, nonformalen und informellen Bildungskontexten. Ethnographische Beiträge aus der Schweiz (2019)

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der ... [more ▼]

Der ethnografische Beitrag analysiert den Vollzug institutionalisierter Partizipationsverfahren in schweizerischen Kindertageseinrichtungen. Exemplarisch wird dabei die Regulierung der Bewegung und der Verteilung von Kindern im Raum ins Zentrum gerückt. Dies geschieht vor dem Horizont der Frage, wie sich unter den Bedingungen einer partizipativ arrangierten Praxis organisatorische Logiken und Funktionalitäten, pädagogische Ansprüche und kindliche Einflussmöglichkeiten zueinander relationieren. Die Analysen machen deutlich, dass sich der institutionelle Sinn von Partizipation keineswegs allein auf pädagogische Aspirationen reduzieren lässt; vielmehr speist er sich zuallererst aus einer Verbindung von pädagogischen Ansprüchen und organisatorischen Rationalitäten. Die immer auch organisatorisch notwendige Verteilung der Kinder auf den Raum erhält gerade erst dadurch ihre pädagogische Legitimität, dass sie im Modus der Partizipation öffentlich vollzogen wird. [less ▲]

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See detailVom Dazwischen-Sein. Eupen-Malmedy in den deutsch-belgischen Beziehungen 1918-1949
Brüll, Christoph UL

in Lejeune, Carlo; Brüll, Christoph; Quadflieg, Peter M. (Eds.) Grenzerfahrungen. Eine Geschichte der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Belgiens. Vol. 4: Staatenwechsel, Identitätskonflikte, Kriegserfahrungen (1919-1945) (2019)

Die diplomatischen Diskussionen über die 1920 abgetretenen Kreise Eupen und Malmedy füllen viele Regalmeter. Welche Bedeutung Eupen-Malmedy im deutsch-belgischen Verhältnis zukam, ist jedoch nicht so ... [more ▼]

Die diplomatischen Diskussionen über die 1920 abgetretenen Kreise Eupen und Malmedy füllen viele Regalmeter. Welche Bedeutung Eupen-Malmedy im deutsch-belgischen Verhältnis zukam, ist jedoch nicht so leicht zu sagen: Zwar übernahm Belgien 1920 die Souveränität, ließ aber immer wieder Einmischungen der deutschen Politik bis 1940 auch bewusst zu. Das belgische Interesse an der Region erwachte nach der Annexion von 1940 erst wieder 1944. In der langfristigen Perspektive über die Zeitschnitte 1920, 1940 und 1945 erscheint die Rolle dieser Minderheit zwischen den Zentren Brüssel und Berlin als Beispiel von zum Teil schnell wechselnden Machtpolitiken, in denen sich die Zerrissenheit jener Zeit spiegelt. [less ▲]

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See detailValers Larve : Imitatio, Anagrammatik und die Macht der Philologie in Gotthold Ephraim Lessings 'Der junge Gelehrte'
Busch, Christopher UL

in Ichtexte : Beiträge zur Philologie des Individuellen (2019)

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Kerger, Sylvie UL; Dierendonck, Christophe UL; Poncelet, Débora UL

in Macia Bordalba, Monica; Llevot Calvet, Núria (Eds.) Families and schools. The involvement of foreign families in schools. (2019)

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See detailWhat Happens When Archives and Research Are Transferred into the Physical Space of a Museum: La forge d'une société moderne and Other Stories
Priem, Karin UL

in Hägele, Ulrich; Ziehe, Irene (Eds.) Populäre Präsentationen. Fotografie und Film als Medien musealer Aneignungsprozesse (2019)

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See detailCreditor Protection in Private Companies - the Luxembourg Experience
Corbisier, Isabelle UL

in Bruloot, Diederik (Ed.) Belgian and European Perspectives on Creditor Protection in Closed Companies (2019)

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See detailTeaching Diverse Learners in Europe: Inspiring Practices and Lessons Learned from Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain and Sweden
Powell, Justin J W UL; Merz-Atalik, Kerstin; Ališauskienė, Stefanija et al

in Schuelka, Matthew; Johnstone, Christopher; Thomas, Gary (Eds.) et al SAGE Handbook of Inclusion and Diversity in Education (2019)

Teaching in inclusive settings may be considered a new, challenging task; however, successfully supporting diverse pupils in their learning process has always been at the heart of outstanding pedagogy ... [more ▼]

Teaching in inclusive settings may be considered a new, challenging task; however, successfully supporting diverse pupils in their learning process has always been at the heart of outstanding pedagogy. Vast differences both in the extent and the quality of inclusive schooling exist between and within European countries. Promoting comparison and cooperation among countries with long-institutionalized inclusive schooling and countries with less inclusive structures, cultures, and practices proves crucial in education research and reform. Building upon a multi-year collaboration, we synthesize lessons learned about inclusive education reforms and “inspiring practices“ in inclusive education in partner schools in Germany, Iceland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Spain, and Sweden. Contemporary practices take the diversity of groups of learners into account, building upon diversity as a resource; this served as the framework for our collaboration. The TdiverS consortium—as an EU-funded Comenius Network Project “Teaching Diverse Learners in (School-)Subjects“ (TdiverS)—was built on the following principles and goals: (1) diversity in theory and practice, resulting from collaborations of practitioners and scientists exchanging knowledge about teaching in inclusive settings; (2) strengthening awareness of the diversity of frameworks, conditions, and determining factors of teaching inclusively in varying cultural contexts; and (3) inclusive education research uniting multilevel, multicultural, and multidisciplinary perspectives. We highlight the values of inclusive education, map its contemporary European geography, summarize contemporary country-level education reforms and the local development of inclusive practices in six countries, and discuss lessons learned across Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Western Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailClemens Brentano’s “Sound-Thing” (Klingding). Homophonic Translation in German Romanticism
Dembeck, Till UL

in Weissmann, Dirk; Broqua, Vincent (Eds.) Sound / Writing: traduire-écrire entre le son et le sens / Homophonic translation – traducson – Oberflächenübersetzung (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Schulz, André UL

in Wirtz, M. A. (Ed.) Dorsch - Lexikon der Psychologie (2019)

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Fickers, Andreas UL; Van den Oever, Annie

in Hall, Nick; Ellis, John (Eds.) Hands-On Media History: A New Methodology in the Humanities and Social Sciences (2019)

In line with our earlier work, we will take the material object – the technological device – and, more specifically, the sensorial and experiential dimensions expressed in media use as a point of ... [more ▼]

In line with our earlier work, we will take the material object – the technological device – and, more specifically, the sensorial and experiential dimensions expressed in media use as a point of departure for our reflections. Why would the sensorial and experiential dimensions of media use be a relevant point of departure for such reflections? And, by extension: why would such reflections help to theoretically frame media newness? The answer, as we will argue, is that the (media) technologies used for communication and information purposes work quite differently on users than, for instance, technologies of transportation. Media technologies stand out amongst the broad range of technologies used by humans, such as trains, aeroplanes and elevators in as far as media technologies typically use representation as a means. As such, they affect users in a very specific way, quite different from trains and aeroplanes. Moreover, media technologies stand out among the media such as language because of their technical make-up, as Kittler has convingingly argued; for this reason, he labeled media technologies, somewhat tautologically as he would admit, “technical media”. In Part 3, we will first discuss the concept of “technical media” to address the question of why and how media technologies require special treatment in both media and technology research in terms of the traces they leave in representation – with considerable implications for the user experience. Next, in Part 4, we will address the question as to why the sensorial effects created by technical media would typically be accompanied by a distinct experiential dimension and why this would help create the famous cyclical effects in the history of media use. In Parts 5 and 6, then, we will discuss the implications for media historiographical research. [less ▲]

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See detailStriking a balance between competitiveness and social fairness: what can we expect from the European Pillar of Social Rights?
Muñoz, Susana UL

in Chiocchetti, Paolo; Allemand, Frédéric (Eds.) Competitiveness and Solidarity in the European Union: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (2019)

The solemnly proclaimed European Pillar of Social Rights provides a meaningful response to the process of building a deeper, fairer European Union in the aftermath of the crisis. This chapter aims to ... [more ▼]

The solemnly proclaimed European Pillar of Social Rights provides a meaningful response to the process of building a deeper, fairer European Union in the aftermath of the crisis. This chapter aims to provide a critical assessment of the nature, scope, rationale, purpose, content and effectiveness of the Pillar in the light of its potential contribution to foster social fairness and competitiveness in the EU. The Pillar complements and develops the EU’s social acquis and reinforces standards which may provide a fairer and more socially-balanced competitiveness in the EU. Progress has been made, but further efforts are needed to build a sense of common purpose to strengthen the social foundations of the Union. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Banque Centrale Européenne face aux crypto monnaies, défis et opportunité?
Prüm, André UL

in Mélanges en l'honneur de Bernard Teyssie (2019)

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See detailTrois visions de l'avenir d'un droit international privé néolibéral
Kinsch, Patrick UL

in Liber amicorum Angelo Davì, vol. I (2019)

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See detailThe Place of the Prosecutor in Common Law and Civil Law Jurisdictions
Ligeti, Katalin UL

in Brown, Darryl; Iontcheva Turner, Jenia; Weisser, Bettina (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Criminal Process (2019)

This chapter focuses on the place of the public prosecutor in common law and civil law jurisdictions. It first describes the institutional positioning of public prosecutors, particularly vis-à-vis the ... [more ▼]

This chapter focuses on the place of the public prosecutor in common law and civil law jurisdictions. It first describes the institutional positioning of public prosecutors, particularly vis-à-vis the executive power, before discussing their role and powers in regard to the pretrial phase. It then considers the increasing tendency to entrust the public prosecutor with quasi-judicial sanctioning powers in the context of out-of-court procedures (“prosecutorial adjudication”). It also examines the role of specialized law enforcement authorities in the exercise of investigative and prosecutorial functions, coercive measures and the need for judicial authorization, and prosecutorial discretion and alternatives to trial proceedings. Finally, it explains how independence, centralization and decentralization, legality and opportunity of prosecution, and the alternatives to trial proceedings have been translated to the supranational design of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO). [less ▲]

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See detailThe Right to an Effective Remedy and to a Fair Trial - Article 47 of the Charter and the Member States
Hofmann, Herwig UL

in Peers, Steve; Harvey, Tamara; Ward, Angela (Eds.) The Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (2019)

The following analysis of the right to an effective remedy with respect to the Member States analyses the right to effective remedies in its constitutional context (a), before turning to the concept of ... [more ▼]

The following analysis of the right to an effective remedy with respect to the Member States analyses the right to effective remedies in its constitutional context (a), before turning to the concept of the rights and freedoms under Union law as the ‘ius’ protected by the right to an effective remedy enshrining the latin maxime of ubi ius, ibi remedium into EU law (b). The commentary then turns to the questions of the diverse dimensions of the scope of protection offered under the right to an effective judicial remedy (c), as well as the possible limitations of the right (d). The chapter ends by evoking some open questions and requirements for future developments (f). [less ▲]

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