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See detailMetalmorphosis – Ou les délices inorganiques de quelques pierceurs à Rome
Reckinger, Rachel UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1999)

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See detailDas Erstellen eines Programmes zum Lösen von mathematischen Sachaufgaben mit Hilfe der Pfeilsprache auf dem Computer (MSPC)
Busana, Gilbert UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1999)

In dem vorliegenden Dokument werden die Voraussetzungen zur Erstellung eines Programmes zum Lösen von Mathematischen Sachaufgaben mit Hilfe der Pfeilsprache am Computer erläutert. Veröffentlichungen ... [more ▼]

In dem vorliegenden Dokument werden die Voraussetzungen zur Erstellung eines Programmes zum Lösen von Mathematischen Sachaufgaben mit Hilfe der Pfeilsprache am Computer erläutert. Veröffentlichungen von verschiedenen Autoren werden bezüglich des Aufbaus eines solchen Interfaces verglichen. Verschiedene Einflussfaktoren wie die geschlechtsspezifischen Unterschiede, Interaktionen zwischen Mensch und Maschine, der Erwerb mathematischer Kompetenzen, die Notwendigkeit von Feedback u.a. werden auf ihre Relevanz für den Entwurf eines solchen Programms untersucht. Aus den Schlussfolgerungen entstehen präzise Richtlinien (Vorschläge) an denen man sich bei der Programmation orientieren kann. Diese informatischen Richtlinien, und nicht die mathematischen, stehen im Mittelpunkt dieser Arbeit. Das Vergleichen der Aussagen der verschiedenen Autoren geschieht auf einer psychologisch-pädagogisch- und didaktischen Ebene, immer auf das logische Denkvermögen von 10- bis 12-jährigen Kindern bezogen. Im praktischen Teil wird ein Programm nach diesen Richtlinien erstellt und dessen Funktionsweise anhand einer Beispielaufgabe erläutert. Schließlich wird es mit einem ähnlichen Programm verglichen und kritisch beleuchtet, bevor mögliche Verbesserungsvorschläge aufgezählt werden. [less ▲]

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See detailLes differénces liées au sexe dans les habiletés verbales et visuo-spatiales: Etude des effets de présentation intermodale
Reuter, Robert UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1998)

The present study is based on predictions developed in the field of evolutionary psychology concerning the existence of sex differences in verbal and visuo-spatial abilities, namely in navigational ... [more ▼]

The present study is based on predictions developed in the field of evolutionary psychology concerning the existence of sex differences in verbal and visuo-spatial abilities, namely in navigational abilities (MARTIN 1998), in mastery of water-level horizontality (ROBERT 1990), geographic knowledge, spatial memory (EALS & SILVERMAN 1994) and verbal fluencies. We investigated the potential influence of verbal processes on the processing of visuo-spatial information. Cross-modality conditions were thus used, which required verbal processing of visuo-spatial inputs at different levels. The significant results obtained all show a male advantage: in spatial navigation, in mastery of water-level horizontality, in geographic knowledge (names of countries), but also in spatial location memory, as well as in a verbal fluencies task (animal condition), although no such advantages were expected here. No female advantage was found, not even for the "female" task. This clearly restricts the conclusions that could be drawn from our study. Overall, the performances in tasks requiring verbal encoding of spatial information are very similar to those in classical (spatial) conditions, or they are not directly linked to language processing. Thus no clear-cut conclusions can be made about the intervention of verbal processes in navigational behaviour or spatial memory. The verbal fluency task on names of countries yielded a male advantage suggesting a male superiority in rapidly accessing information represented - in a visuo-spatial format - in long-term memory. This result clearly contrasts with Halpern et al.’s (1996) process-oriented model of cognitive sex differences. On the other hand, the spatial precision of geographic representations in males are rather low, as is suggested by the results in a task about relative positions of countries of the American continent. It seems that the quality of spatial discourse depends more on the quality of spatial representations than on verbal abilities. [less ▲]

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See detailPolitische Partizipation von Frauen in Luxemburg seit 1919
Wagener, Renée UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1998)

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See detailRhoticity and related sound changes in British English from 1700 to the present day
Deroey, Katrien UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1995)

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See detailDéchiffrer Borges : le thème des mathématiques dans les contes, essais et poèmes
de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1995)

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See detailThe gerund and the infinitive: A contrastive study of their functions within the sentence
Deroey, Katrien UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1994)

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See detailMainstreaming, Social Reproduction, and the Continuing Search for Integration
Powell, Justin J W UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1992)

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See detailEmotionale Verarbeitung von Arbeitslosigkeit
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1992)

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See detailCaractérisation de méthodes de rangement basées sur des relations binaires valuées
Marichal, Jean-Luc UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1992)

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See detailEvaluation und Meta-Evaluation in Sozialarbeit und Sozialpädagogik
Limbach-Reich, Arthur UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1990)

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See detailEast-West Migration and Unification Policy in Germany, 1945–1990
Powell, Justin J W UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1990)

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See detailAudiovisuelle Bestandsaufnahme des Sprachunterrichts für Ausländerkinder
Wantz, Marc UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1989)

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See detailUntersuchungen zum luxemburgischen Volkslied
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1989)

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See detailEin neues graphentheoretisches Modell für die dreimodale Faktorenanalyse
Krolak-Schwerdt, Sabine UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1986)

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See detailSprachpolitik in Katalonien
Ehrhart, Sabine UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1985)

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See detailRéminiscences des maîtres anciens et éléments modernes dans le réalisme de Claudio Bravo
Dell, Paul UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (1984)

At the beginning of his career, Claudio Bravo became known as a portraitist of the jet set people. Yet, to reduce him on these activities would not do justice to him. In fact, he was a neo-realistic ... [more ▼]

At the beginning of his career, Claudio Bravo became known as a portraitist of the jet set people. Yet, to reduce him on these activities would not do justice to him. In fact, he was a neo-realistic painter with many facets. His trompe-l’oeil paintings showed that Bravo was fascinated by form and texture of the represented characters or objects. The artist tried in same way to give the signs of reality a metaphysical presence: Conceptually significance should go beyond their outward appearance. Just as his technique, his paintings become statements of perfection. Compared to his contemporary mainstream fellows, his approach was somehow an anachronism. He borrowed iconographic content or image composition from famous artist of the past such as Rafael, Caravaggio, Velasquez, Titian or Manet, in order to transform the appropriations with his hyper-realistic technique into a modern version, stating a touch of timelessness, due to the sobriety of the decoration and time neutral garment of the protagonists. He had also formal affinities to photo- or hyper-realistic US-painters of the 1960s such as Estes, Close and Goings or even the American illustrator Rockwell. His package wrapped subject paintings were obviously inspired by the smaller cloth enveloped and tied up objects of an early Christo. Pop artists gave also inspiration with their representation of banal consumer objects. However, Bravo did not share the message of the pop artists, who were critical time spirit oriented reporters of popular consuming routines in a society that was switching more and more to futility and sometimes vulgar communication. This lack of a deeper message, going beyond celebrating the aesthetics of super-realistic representation, was pointed out by many art critics, committed to a more contemporary view on art. When Bravo painted a pop icon like a Coca-Cola bottle or a moto-sport helmet, his inherent interest focused on the fidelity to the outward appearance and conceptually on a metaphysical sublimation of its mere physical presence. The research deals with the above mentioned questions and discusses whether the approach of Bravo was simple epigonism or an authentic renewal of realistic painting. [less ▲]

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