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See detailTHE NETWORK EFFECT IN International Migration
Beine, Michel UL

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See detailDie Bildungsrelevanz der Betreuungswirklichkeit: Eine Studie zur institutionellen Praxis nicht-familialer Kleinkindererziehung. Problemstellung, Ansatz und ausgewählte Ergebnisse des Forschungsprojekts "Betreuungswirklichkeit und Bildungswirklichkeit. Qualität und Qualifizierung in flexiblen Strukturen der Kinderbetreuung luxemburgischer Maisons Relais pour Enfants" (EDUQUA-MRE)
Honig, Michael-Sebastian UL; Neumann, Sascha UL; Schnoor, Oliver UL et al

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The study deals with the practice of education and care for 0-4 year old children in the publicly funded daycare sector of Luxembourg by examining six selected crèches with the methods of ethnographic ... [more ▼]

The study deals with the practice of education and care for 0-4 year old children in the publicly funded daycare sector of Luxembourg by examining six selected crèches with the methods of ethnographic fieldwork. It describes the realities of care focusing on the question how professionals account for their educational significance in light of heterogeneous and at times also dilemmatic expectations of their services. Thus, the study contributes to debates on the educational quality of daycare facilities. In contrast to most other studies on tis subject, however, it does not presuppose what "education" is or should be. Rather, it understands education as a task that educational practice has to confront in order to assure itself as being educational and to represent itself as such in front of its audience. Empirically, the study is about practices of pedagogicalization. Theoretically, it is about aspects of the institutionalization of non-familial childcare. [less ▲]

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See detailLebensqualität im Landkreis Trier-Saarburg 2013
Jacob, Rüdiger; Sischka, Philipp UL; Helsper, Anke et al

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See detailLernprozesse und Lernerfahrungen in Jugendprojekten. Eine Studie zu Aspekten non-formaler Bildung in den Projekten von "Jugend in Aktion" in Luxemburg
Weis, Daniel UL; Meyers, Christiane UL; Willems, Helmut UL

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This report summarises the results of a study of the learning effects in the projects of the European Union "Youth in Action” programme (YiA). This national study is part of a European study into non ... [more ▼]

This report summarises the results of a study of the learning effects in the projects of the European Union "Youth in Action” programme (YiA). This national study is part of a European study into non-formal learning and takes an academic look at the learning and educational processes within the scope of the projects. The main area of interest here are projects financed by the Luxembourg Agency for the YiA programme. By incorporating them into the European study, which is being carried out by the international RAY Network, the results can also be compared to those of other countries. [less ▲]

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See detailVersorgungsbericht Trier-Saarburg
Jacob, Rüdiger; Michels, Harald; Sischka, Philipp UL et al

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See detailModel Rules for the Procedure of the EPPO
Ligeti, Katalin UL

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The European Model Rules for the Procedure of the future European Public Prosecutor’s Office are the outcome of a research project carried out at the University of Luxemburg in the period February 2010 – ... [more ▼]

The European Model Rules for the Procedure of the future European Public Prosecutor’s Office are the outcome of a research project carried out at the University of Luxemburg in the period February 2010 – March 2012 with the financing of the Hercule II Programme of the EU Commission and the co-financing of the University of Luxemburg. The Model Rules were elaborated by a group of academics and practitioners working under the coordination of Professor Katalin Ligeti. The aim of the research project was to elaborate a set of rules with a model character delineating the investigative and prosecutorial powers of a European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), the applicable procedural safeguards and the evidential standards. [less ▲]

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See detailSafer Mobility for Elderly Road Users
Mathieson, Paul; Dean, Adrian; Goss, Sue et al

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See detailJugendliche Risikolagen im Übergang zwischen Schule und Beruf
Milmeister, Paul UL; Heinen, Andreas UL; Milmeister, Marianne UL et al

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In vielen europäischen Ländern haben Jugendliche zunehmend Probleme beim Übergang von der Schule in den Beruf. Die hohen Zahlen arbeitsloser Jugendlicher in vielen Ländern Europas verdeutlichen diesen ... [more ▼]

In vielen europäischen Ländern haben Jugendliche zunehmend Probleme beim Übergang von der Schule in den Beruf. Die hohen Zahlen arbeitsloser Jugendlicher in vielen Ländern Europas verdeutlichen diesen Trend. Der vorliegende Bericht greift diese Entwicklung auf und beschäftigt sich mit den spezifischen Problemen und Risiken von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg beim Übergang auf den Arbeitsmarkt. In einem ersten Schritt werden die zentralen theoretischen Konzepte zur Beschreibung von Übergängen und Übergangsproblemen skizziert und kritisch erläutert. Davon ausgehend erfolgt für Luxemburg die differenzierte Beschreibung potentieller Problem- und Risikolagen von Jugendlichen. Die empirische Analyse erfolgt dabei auf der Grundlage vorhandener Daten (Sekundäranalyse). Der Blick wird nicht nur auf die Arbeitslosigkeit gerichtet, sondern auch auf die Situation Jugendlicher in Bildungs- und Arbeitsmaßnahmen, in prekärer Beschäftigung sowie auf Jugendliche, die inaktiv sind. [less ▲]

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See detailIndividual profiles and migration trajectories of third country national cross-border workers the case of Luxembourg
Baltes-Löhr, Christel UL; Besch, Sylvain; Monteiro, Joaquim et al

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In the case of Luxembourg, the number of CBW continuously increased throughout the years and accounted to almost 42% of the domestic labour force in 2010 . Moreover and for the same reference year ... [more ▼]

In the case of Luxembourg, the number of CBW continuously increased throughout the years and accounted to almost 42% of the domestic labour force in 2010 . Moreover and for the same reference year, Luxembourg’s nationals represented a share of 29% of the total labour force . Concretely, for 100 jobs available on the labour market, 27 were taken up by foreign residents, 29 occupied by Luxembourgers and 44 by CBWs . The present study focuses on TCN-CBWs. Indeed, if CBWs in general have been the subject of a range of studies due to their importance for the labour market in particular, TCN-CBWs have largely been ignored in public debates so far. Taking both a quantitative and a qualitative approach, the present study tries to shed some light on the main characteristics composing the profiles of TCN-CBWs. Thus, TCN-CBWs provide on average for the youngest labour force on the national labour market, the large majority are wage earners under permanent contract and highly skilled. On their motivations to work in Luxembourg, TCN-CBWs put forward in descendent order a) salary, b) possibilities for career development, c) job opportunities in Luxembourg, d) the international working context and e) the professional network . The study also enquires on their integration, migration trajectories and discrimination aspects and leads us to the conclusion that migration histories are eclectic and individual. Even if some traits can be common, such as being highly skilled, their live paths differ in many ways. [less ▲]

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See detail« ROAD 94 (Rassembler des Outils pour l’accompagnement vers l’Autonomie des jeunes dans le Département du Val de Marne)
Kerivel, Aude UL

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Eviter les ruptures de parcours des jeunes en situation de vulnérabilité, tel est l’objectif fixé par Haut commissariat à la Jeunesse dont s’est emparé le Conseil Général du Val-de-Marne, en ... [more ▼]

Eviter les ruptures de parcours des jeunes en situation de vulnérabilité, tel est l’objectif fixé par Haut commissariat à la Jeunesse dont s’est emparé le Conseil Général du Val-de-Marne, en partenariat avec la Protection Judiciaire de la Jeunesse, les missions locales et les association de prévention du département. Si l’Aide Social à l’Enfance et la Protection de la jeunesse s’interrogent sur le devenir des jeunes à la fin de leur prise en charge, la question de l’entrée dans l’âge adulte, l’objectif d’autonomie et d’insertion professionnelle sont une problématique partagée par l’ensemble des organisations partenaires. Après une étude approfondie des manques, besoins et potentiels des jeunes en matière de logement, de formation, d’emploi, de réseau social, de santé et d’accès à la mobilité, le comité technique composé des cadres des organisations porteuses du dispositif et des structures partenaires élaborent un dispositif expérimental : ROAD 94. Après de multiples échanges et tentatives, les bases du dispositif sont créées. Les situations de jeunes pour lesquels les référents manquent de moyen d’action à l’accompagnement sont exposées lors d’une commission. Au cours de celle-ci, les membres de la commission portent un regard réflexif sur la situation et échangent avec le référent, voire avec le jeune concerné. Des allocations financières ponctuelles ou mensuelles, des orientations vers des associations d’insertion par le logement, de parrainage, d’accès à la mobilité ainsi que des prises de rendez-vous pour des bilans médicaux sont proposées. Tout en suivant sa construction et sa mise en œuvre, et en observant l’ensemble des questions qu’elle a suscité, l’évaluation s’est fixée pour objectif de mesurer l’impact du dispositif sur les parcours et trajectoires des jeunes, ainsi que d’objectiver les logiques d’actions, les transformations et la manière dont peut se mettre en place et se maintenir une forme de partenariat. Orientés par l’ASE, la PJJ, les missions locales et les associations de prévention spécialisée, les jeunes ont le point commun d’être à des moments où ils doivent faire face à des changements, des séparations qui dans certains contextes, ou lorsqu’ils s’ajoutent à d’autres séparations ou changements, peuvent entrainer une rupture, faire basculer ces jeunes de la zone de vulnérabilité à une zone de disqualification sociale1. Concernant l’impact du dispositif sur les parcours des jeunes, nous pouvons noter une évolution ou une possibilité de maintien des situations de logement, de formation ou d’emploi pour la majorité des jeunes accompagnés. D’un point de vue plus compréhensif, le dispositif a permis aux jeunes de s’inscrire dans des « projets » adaptés aux moments de leur parcours, à leur capacité et possibilité de projection et à leurs expériences antérieures. L’outil commission, au-delà d’une fonction d’orientation et de conseil, a permis une appréhension plurielle du jeune, évitant ainsi un étiquetage lié au passage dans une institution repérée. En ce qui concerne les logiques d’action et les transformations des organisations, nous pouvons retenir quelques points qui doivent être pris en compte pour une éventuelle généralisation du dispositif. Un véritable partenariat a autorisé le passage de relais et l’augmentation du pouvoir d’acteur de chacun des professionnels de terrain. Ce partenariat a été rendu possible par un pilotage resserré du dispositif, la visibilité d’un projet d’envergure, le souci de communication sur celui-ci, l’intérêt d’un travail commun à toutes les organisations pour résoudre des problèmes rencontrés par chacune, l’intérêt aux différents échelons de l’organisation (par exemple, l’aspect formatif de la commission présentait un intérêt pour les référents de terrain), le rapport d’égalité permis dans l’espace temps de la commission, ainsi que le sentiment d’être acteur et porteur d’un dispositif, surtout du point de vue des cadres membres de la commission. Le travail de connaissance de l’ensemble des organisations travaillant de près ou de loin la question de l’insertion de la jeunesse sur le territoire, la collaboration des organisations porteuses du projet et les moyens financiers et matériels permettant d’agir pour favoriser l’expérimentation de la posture d’acteurs des jeunes accompagnés, tels peuvent être les axes à reprendre pour la mise en place d’autres dispositifs. [less ▲]

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See detailtrend Analysis and interpretation of Luxembourg’s consumption Footprint NFA 2010 edition, data years 2000 – 2007
Hild, Paula UL; Takagi, Aya; Schmitt, Bianca

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The Ecological Footprint methodology by Global Footprint Network measures human consumption of products and services from different ecosystems in terms of the amount of bioproductive land and sea area ... [more ▼]

The Ecological Footprint methodology by Global Footprint Network measures human consumption of products and services from different ecosystems in terms of the amount of bioproductive land and sea area needed to supply these products and services. In other words, the Ecological Footprint calculates the land area needed to produce food, provide resources, produce energy, and absorb the CO2 emissions generated by the supply chains within one year at country level. For the calculations of Luxembourg’s Ecological Footprint, international statistical databases are used to identify the quantities of produced, imported and exported goods and services. Then, Global Footprint Network applies different factors to the quantities to assess the area needed to supply these products and services. Finally, the Consumption Footprint of a nation is divided by the number of inhabitants and compared to other countries at a per capita level (global hectares per capita). This means that the Ecological Footprint can be used as an indicator for the sustainability of a national consumption by assessing human land uses. In the following paragraph, Luxembourg’s Ecological Footprint is discussed in the framework of the environmental indicators of Luxembourg’s competitiveness scoreboard (see Table 9) [MECE, 2010]. Luxembourg’s ranking is rather low for all of the scoreboard indicators: number of ISO 9001 certifications per billion of inhabitants (21 out of 27); number of ISO 14001 certifications per billion of inhabitants (15 out of 27); total greenhouse gas emissions (15 out of 27); renewable energy ration (23 out of 27); quantity of municipal waste per capita per year (24 out of 27); energetic intensity (8 out of 27); transport by car (17 out of 27); Ecological Footprint in gha per capita per year (27 out of 27). Based on the environmental competiveness scoreboard indicators, it can be concluded that in general, Luxembourg’s environmental performance is low compared to the other countries of the European Union. With respect to Luxembourg’s Ecological Footprint, it can be said that Luxembourg’s consumption is not sustainable. The number of planets that would be needed if the world's population lived like the population of Luxembourg in 2007 is about six. However, per year, the biocapacity (bioproductive land) of the planet can only regenerate once. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Type System of VCL
Amalio, Nuno UL

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See detailDispositifs hybrides, nouvelle perspective pour une pédagogie renouvelée de l’enseignement supérieur
Deschryver, N; Charlier, B; Borruat, S et al

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See detailOn the Concurrent Semantics of Transformation Systems with Negative Application Conditions
Corradini, Andrea; Heckel, Reiko; Hermann, Frank UL et al

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Graph Transformation Systems (GTSs) are an integrated formal speci cation framework for modelling and analysing structural and behavioural aspects of systems. The evolution of a system is modelled by the ... [more ▼]

Graph Transformation Systems (GTSs) are an integrated formal speci cation framework for modelling and analysing structural and behavioural aspects of systems. The evolution of a system is modelled by the application of rules to the graphs representing its states and, since typically such rules have local e ects, GTSs are particularly suitable for modelling concurrent and distributed systems where several rules can be applied in parallel. Thus, it is no surprise that a large body of literature is dedicated to the study of the concurrent semantics of graph transformation systems. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Genetics Lab_Theoretical background & psychometric evaluation
Sonnleitner, Philipp UL; Brunner, Martin; Keller, Ulrich UL et al

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See detailRapport intermédiaire de la deuxième phase de la recherche PSE/VE. Terrains. Santé, absentéisme et travail.
Askenazy, Philippe; Cartron, Damien; Prunier-Poulmaire, Sophie et al

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See detailKurzskala zur Messung des zwischenmenschlichen Vertrauens: Die Kurzskala Interpersonales Vertrauen (KUSIV3)
Beierlein, C.; Kemper, Christoph UL; Kovaleva, A. et al

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See detailEine kurze Skala zur Messung der fünf Dimensionen der Persönlichkeit: Big-Five-Inventory-10 (BFI-10)
Rammstedt, B.; Kemper, Christoph UL; Klein, M. C. et al

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See detailKurzskalen zur Messung der Ungerechtigkeitssensibilität: Die Ungerechtigkeitssensibiliät-Skalen-8 (USS-8)
Beierlein, C.; Baumert, A.; Schmitt, M. et al

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See detailRapport intermédiaire de la deuxième phase de la recherche PSE/VE. Terrains. Santé, absentéisme et travail.
Askenazy, Philippe; Cartron, Damien; Prunier-Poulmaire, Sophie et al

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See detailDemografischer und sozialer Wandel im ländlichen Raum. Erwachsenenbildung im ländlichen Raum neu gestalten
Weis, Daniel UL; Weis, Dominik; Eckert, Roland et al

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See detailEtude sur la résolution extrajudiciaire des litiges de consommation au Luxembourg
Meyers, Raymond UL; Ben Mrad, Fathi; Houssemand, Claude UL

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Depuis plus d'une décennie nous assistons dans le domaine de la consommation à un regain d'intérêt à l'égard des règlements extrajudiciaires des litiges (REL). Ces derniers doivent aussi être articulés à ... [more ▼]

Depuis plus d'une décennie nous assistons dans le domaine de la consommation à un regain d'intérêt à l'égard des règlements extrajudiciaires des litiges (REL). Ces derniers doivent aussi être articulés à la préoccupation du législateur européen qui entend s’appuyer sur eux pour développer une plateforme européenne de règlement en ligne des litiges (RLL). Au Luxembourg, des dispositifs se sont également mis en place, certains plus anciennement, d'autres plus récemment. Une enquête par entretiens semi-directifs a été menée auprès des neuf dispositifs de ce type existant actuellement, dont cinq sont notifiés à la Commission européenne. [less ▲]

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See detailAufschwung durch die Energiewende. Konzeptstudie der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Energiewende Nordostbayern
Miosga, Manfred; Kohl, Sebastian; Faller, Fabian UL et al

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See detailEine Kurzskala zur Messung von Impulsivität nach dem UPPS-Ansatz: Die Skala Impulsives-Verhalten-8 (I-8)
Kovaleva, A.; Beierlein, C.; Kemper, Christoph UL et al

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See detailWerkmeisterschulen: Standortbestimmung, Kohärenzanalyse und handlungsleitende Entwicklungsszenarien. Projektabschlussbericht.
Schlögl, Peter; Schneeberger, Arthur; Lachmayr, Norbert et al

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See detailIT Security. An empirical study on the willingness of people to communicate personal data
Happ, Christian UL; Melzer, André UL; Volkert, Lucien R. et al

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See detailA Formal Semantics of Kermeta
Amrani, Moussa UL

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See detailNational Accessibility Report Luxembourg
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL

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See detailInvariant Preservation in Interative Modelling (Extended Version)
Amrani, Moussa UL; Lúcio, Lévi; Syriani, Eugene et al

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See detailEine Kurzskala zur Messung von Optimismus-Pessimismus: Die Skala Optimismus-Pessimismus-2 (SOP2)
Kemper, Christoph UL; Beierlein, C.; Kovaleva, A. et al

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See detailEine Ein-Item-Skala zur Einschätzung von Attraktivität: Das Attraktivitätsrating (AR1)
Kemper, Christoph UL; Lutz, J.; Margraf-Stiksrud, J. et al

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See detailEine Vier-Item-Skala zur Erfassung von internaler und externaler Kontrollüberzeugung (IE-4)
Kovaleva, A.; Beierlein, C.; Kemper, Christoph UL et al

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See detailReport on the Reflection Group on the Future of European Company law
Conac, Pierre-Henri UL; Engracia Antunes, Jose; Baums, Theodor et al

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See detailJunk and Crime Survey: Kritische Methodenreflexion
Decieux, Jean Philippe Pierre UL; Decieux, Fabienne; Klöckner, Arne et al

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Im Wintersemester 2009/2010 startete das Forschungsprojekt „Sozialreport Trier“. Neben Sekundäranalysen von Daten der amtlichen Statistik und bestehenden Survey Daten wurden auch Primärdaten erhoben. Zum ... [more ▼]

Im Wintersemester 2009/2010 startete das Forschungsprojekt „Sozialreport Trier“. Neben Sekundäranalysen von Daten der amtlichen Statistik und bestehenden Survey Daten wurden auch Primärdaten erhoben. Zum einen eine Onlineerhebung an der Universität Trier, um die Akzeptanz der neuen Hochschulabschlüsse innerhalb der Studierendenschaft zu evaluieren und zum anderen eine Telefonbefragung der Bevölkerung der Stadt. Im Rahmen dieser Befragung ermittlten wir Daten zu den Themenbereichen „Partizipation, Integration und Exklusion“ sowie „Junk and Crime“. Ein besonderes Augenmerk lag neben der Kriminalität und Formen der Belästigungen auch auf der äußeren Erscheinung, der Gebäude, Plätze, Grünanlagen, Denkmäler und Straßen in Trier. Thema sind jedoch nicht die inhaltlichen Ergebnisse dieses „Junk and Crime Surveys“, methodologische Fragestellungen rund um das Mixed Mode Design dieser Studie. [less ▲]

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See detailGeneric Local Computation
Pouly, Marc UL; Schneuwly, Cesar; Kohlas, Jürg

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Many problems of artificial intelligence, or more generally, many problems of information processing, have a generic solution based on local computation on join trees or acyclic hypertrees. There are ... [more ▼]

Many problems of artificial intelligence, or more generally, many problems of information processing, have a generic solution based on local computation on join trees or acyclic hypertrees. There are several variants of this method all based on the algebraic structure of a valuation algebra. A strong requirement underlying this approach is that the elements of a problem decomposition form a join tree. Although it is always possible to construct covering join trees, if the requirement is originally not satisfied, it is not always possible or not efficient to extend the elements of the decomposition to the covering join tree. Therefore in this paper different variants of an axiomatic framework of valuation algebras are introduced which prove sufficient for local computation without the need of an extension of the factors of a decomposition. This framework covers the axiomatic system proposed by (Shenoy & Shafer, 1990). A particular emphasis is laid on the important special cases of idempotent algebras and algebras with some notion of division. It is shown that all well-known architectures for local computation like the Shenoy-Shafer architecture, Lauritzen-Spiegelhalter and HUGIN architectures may be adapted to this new framework. Further a new architecture for idempotent algebras is presented. As examples, in addition to the classical instances of valuation algebras, semiring induced valuation algebras, Gaussian potentials and the relational algebra are presented. [less ▲]

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See detailCitizens and EU Administration: Direct and Indirect Links
Mendes, Joana UL; Curtin, Deirdre

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This briefing note focuses on the legal and non-legal avenues by which transparency and participation have been ensured in EU law and practice. Transparency and participation have produced the main recent ... [more ▼]

This briefing note focuses on the legal and non-legal avenues by which transparency and participation have been ensured in EU law and practice. Transparency and participation have produced the main recent changes in the way the EU administration relates to its citizens. We provide an overview of the current law and practice and their strengths and weaknesses post-Lisbon. In addition, reference is made to the European Ombudsman and the right to petition the European Parliament. [less ▲]

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See detailPilotprojekt Schulsozialarbeit in Kärnten. Endbericht der quantitativen Befragung.
Wetzel, Konstanze; Braun, Karl-Heinz; Hoenig, Barbara UL

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See detailArbeitserprobung und Arbeitstraining. Eine Evaluation.
Lachmayr, Norbert; Dornmayr, Helmut; Löffler, Roland et al

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See detailModern MCDA software: requirements and opportunities
Bisdorff, Raymond UL

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Complexity, credibility and change are three inevitable issues we face in modern decision-making problems. Integrating modern software requirements like rich user interaction, distributed architecture ... [more ▼]

Complexity, credibility and change are three inevitable issues we face in modern decision-making problems. Integrating modern software requirements like rich user interaction, distributed architecture, agile application life-cycle development and full traceability may give the adequate answer to master these issues with our MCDA software. [less ▲]

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See detailA two-step approach to structure the ESPON 2013 DB by themes and sub-themes
Madeira, Nuno; Caruso, Geoffrey UL

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See detailZAP
Melzer, André UL; Donoso, Véronica

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See detailRapport intermédiaire de la première phase de la recherche PSE/VE. Santé, absentéisme et travail
Askenazy, Philippe; Cartron, Damien; Prunier-Poulmaire, Sophie et al

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Melzer, André UL

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See detailEvaluation des Pilotprojekts Schulsozialarbeit in Kärnten. Zwischenbericht der der quantitativen Auswertung
Wetzel, Konstanze; Braun, Karl-Heinz; Hoenig, Barbara UL

Report (2010)

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