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See detailConceptual Foundations and Practical Framework in Vertical Restraints And Distribution Agreements Under EU Competition Law
Petit, Nicolas ULg

in Petit, Nicolas; Gheur, Charles (Eds.) Vertical Restraints and Distribution Agreements under EU Competition Law (2012)

This book is about the European rules governing distribution agreements, adopted in April 2010. Providing an exhaustive analysis of both EU regulation 330/2010 and the guidelines on vertical restraints ... [more ▼]

This book is about the European rules governing distribution agreements, adopted in April 2010. Providing an exhaustive analysis of both EU regulation 330/2010 and the guidelines on vertical restraints, it also contains valuable contributions by eminent lawyers and economists. [less ▲]

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See detailA conceptual framework of educational robotics
Denis, Brigitte ULg; Hubert, Sylviane

in Proceedings of the 9th International conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, AI-ED 99 (1999)

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See detailA conceptual framework to design and support self-directed learning in a blended learning program. A case-stydy: the DES-TEF
Denis, Brigitte ULg

in Journal of Educational Media (2003), 28(2-3), 115-127

This paper relates different strategies developed in order to support the learning process in a blended learning programme involving adults from different backgrounds who are interested in the use of ... [more ▼]

This paper relates different strategies developed in order to support the learning process in a blended learning programme involving adults from different backgrounds who are interested in the use of Information and Communication Technologies for Education (ICTE). Referring to Carré & Pearn’s model of the seven pillars of self-learning, the author describes some principles, tools and resources that have been developed within the framework of a postgraduate diploma and that could be extended to similar adult training programmes. [less ▲]

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See detailConceptual issues in 3D Urban GIS
Billen, Roland ULg; Zlatanova, Siyka

in GIM International (2003), 17(1), 33-35

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See detailConceptual metaphors as a tool for the efficient teaching of Dutch and German posture verbs
De Knop, Sabine; Perrez, Julien ULg

in Review of Cognitive Linguistics (2014), 12(1), 1-29

The article deals with the typological differences between the Romance lan- guage French and the Germanic languages German and Dutch for the linguistic expressions of posture and location. It describes ... [more ▼]

The article deals with the typological differences between the Romance lan- guage French and the Germanic languages German and Dutch for the linguistic expressions of posture and location. It describes how these typological differ- ences can be problematic for French-speaking learners of German and Dutch. The main difference between both types of languages is that posture and loca- tion tend to be encoded by posture verbs in Germanic languages and by very general verbs in Romance languages (Talmy 2000). After a detailed description of the semantic networks of the German and Dutch posture verbs, the paper takes a critical look at how these expressions are dealt with in teaching manuals. It further presents strategies for the efficient teaching of posture verbs to foreign language learners. These strategies are among others awareness-raising exercis- es about the compulsory use of posture verbs in Germanic languages and the description of conceptual metaphors in different languages. These pedagogical avenues for the efficient teaching of the Dutch and German posture verbs con- stitute a first step towards the elaboration of an experimental set-up aiming at verifying them. [less ▲]

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See detailConceptual metaphors in political discourse : evidence from citizen discourse
Perrez, Julien ULg; Reuchamps, Min

Conference (2015)

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See detailConceptual model for the realization of SWOT analysis to elaborate local development strategies
Paveliuc Olariu, Codrin ULg

in Agronomy Series of Scientific Research = Lucrari Stiintifice Seria Agronomie (2009), 52(2), 532-537

This paper aims to present the ways of making SWOT analysis using quantitative and qualitative models and establishing the optimal development strategies of rural settlements in the North – East region of ... [more ▼]

This paper aims to present the ways of making SWOT analysis using quantitative and qualitative models and establishing the optimal development strategies of rural settlements in the North – East region of Romania, previously used to establish strategies within organizations. This represents an adaptation of this approach to another area of activity. Stratification criteria were established for the general domains at the level of all rural settlements in this development region (trade and catering, agriculture, living conditions, rural infrastructure, access to basic services, public order and safety, constructions, administration and civil society and others) that were then classified, according to actual needs of local communities, into areas of expertise. This conceptual model can be applied to the entire North – East development region, being built on data collected from 6 different counties (Botosani, Iasi, Vaslui, Bacau, Neamt, Suceava).Based on the stratification criteria of the domains encountered in the rural villages of the North – East region, a division and classification of the durable rural development strategies of local communities has been realized according to the opportunities and threats presented by their external environment and by their strengths and weaknesses. By virtue of these characteristics determined by the quantitative and qualitative models of the SWOT analysis, we will have four types of strategies that can be used. It has been discovered that the majority of local communities’ present characteristics that do not allow the application of only one type of strategy, but that can generate various combinations between the four types of achieving them. It results then a customization of the conceptual model of realizing the local development strategies according to local conditions. However there is a preponderance of one of the four types of strategies (SO, ST, WO, WT). [less ▲]

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See detailConceptual model of hydrogeological information for a GIS-based decision support system of artificial recharge in semi-arid regions
Wojda, Piotr; Gogu, Constantin Radu; Brouyère, Serge ULg

in Cox, S.; Laxton, J. (Eds.) Quantitative Geology from multiple sources: Delivering geoscience information through open web standards (2006)

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See detailConceptual model of integrated apiarian consultancy
Bodescu, Dan; Stefan, Gavril; Paveliuc Olariu, Codrin ULg et al

in Scientific Papers. Series Management, Economic, Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development (2010), 10(3), 47-51

The socio-economic field researches have indicated the necessity of realizing an integrated consultancy service for beekeepers that will supply technical-economic solutions with a practical character for ... [more ▼]

The socio-economic field researches have indicated the necessity of realizing an integrated consultancy service for beekeepers that will supply technical-economic solutions with a practical character for ensuring the lucrativeness and viability of the apiaries. Consequently, an integrated apiarian consultancy model has been built holding the following features: it realizes the diagnosis of the meliferous resources and supplies solutions for its optimal administration; it realizes the technical-economic of the apiarian exploitation adapted according to its objectives and identifies its optimal administration measures; it manages the local pollination services market; it realizes viable investment projects and ensures the management of their implementation; it elaborates aggregated indicators as efficient instruments of analysis and utilizes and informatics application of apiarian management used for realizing the specific objectives of the apiaries; it integrates the technical, economic and juridical consultancy service. [less ▲]

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See detailConceptual model uncertainty in groundwater modeling: Combining generalized likelihood uncertainty estimation and Bayesian model averaging
Rojas, Rodrigo; Feyen, Luc; Dassargues, Alain ULg

in Water Resources Research (2008), 44

Uncertainty assessments in groundwater modeling applications typically attribute all sources of uncertainty to errors in parameters and inputs, neglecting what may be the primary source of uncertainty ... [more ▼]

Uncertainty assessments in groundwater modeling applications typically attribute all sources of uncertainty to errors in parameters and inputs, neglecting what may be the primary source of uncertainty, namely, errors in the conceptualization of the system.Confining the set of plausible system representations to a single model leads to underdispersive and prone-to-bias predictions. In this work, we present a general and flexible approach that combines generalized likelihood uncertainty estimation (GLUE) and Bayesian model averaging (BMA) to assess uncertainty in model predictions that arise from errors in model structure, inputs, and parameters. In a prior analysis, a set of plausible models is selected, and the joint prior input and parameter space is sampled to form potential simulators of the system. For each model, the likelihood measures of acceptable simulators, assigned to thembased on their ability to reproduce observed systembehavior, are integrated over the joint input and parameter space to obtain the integrated model likelihood. The latter is used to weight the predictions of the respective model in the BMA ensemble predictions. For illustrative purposes, we applied the methodology to a three-dimensional hypothetical setup. Results showed that predictions of groundwater budget terms varied considerably among competing models; despite this, a set of 16 head observations used for conditioning did not allow differentiating between the models. BMA provided average predictions that were more conservative than individual predictions obtained for individual models. Conceptual model uncertainty contributed up to 30% of the total uncertainty. The results clearly indicate the need to consider alternative conceptualizations to account for model uncertainty. [less ▲]

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See detailConceptual Models for Urban Practitioners
Teller, Jacques ULg; Tweed, Chris; Rabino, Giovanni

Book published by Esculapio (2008)

Proc. of the second European Conference on urban ontologies.

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See detailConceptual perspective taking in patients with fronto-temporal dementia
Ruby, Perrine; Schmidt, Christina ULg; Hogge, Michael et al

Poster (2004, June)

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See detailA conceptual tool for successful participation
Cornélis, Bernard; Brunet, Sébastien ULg; Delvenne, Pierre ULg et al

Poster (2007, June 19)

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See detailConceptualisaiton d'un événement de santé et sa prise en compte dans la collecte des biographies individuelles
Banturiki, Yannick Védaste ULg; Nganawara, Didier; Thomsin, Laurence ULg

in Cahiers Québecois de Démographie (2006), 35/2(Automne), 161-174

Depuis quelques années, les recherches sur les inégalités existant entre les individus par rapport à leur santé se focalisent sur l’influence exercée par les conditions sociales tout au long du cycle de ... [more ▼]

Depuis quelques années, les recherches sur les inégalités existant entre les individus par rapport à leur santé se focalisent sur l’influence exercée par les conditions sociales tout au long du cycle de vie. En somme, c’est l’aspect dynamique de la santé qui est de plus en plus privilégié. Cependant, la collecte d’un événement de santé au moyen de l’approche biographique a été rarement mise en oeuvre dans les recueils biographiques. La présente note vise à présenter le cheminement conceptuel et la démarche méthodologique que nous avons suivis pour définir un événement de santé et l’intégrer dans une enquête biographique mise en place en Belgique. La première partie de cette note présente succinctement les définitions allouées à l’état de santé d’un individu. La deuxième partie met en lumière les avantages et les limites de la collecte longitudinale et montre l’intérêt de l’approche biographique. La troisième partie, enfin, est consacrée à la présentation de l’approche innovatrice que nous avons mise en oeuvre, autour de l’idée des interruptions d’activités, pour collecter un événement de santé dans un dispositif biographique. [less ▲]

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See detailLa conceptualisation dans la démarche inductive. Les ficelles de Becker.
Semal, Nathalie ULg

Conference (2005, August 24)

How can the advice of the famous interactionnist sociologist Howard Becker be helpful to build a research project? A novice researcher vision.

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See detailConceptualisation et médiation des savoirs : l'approche sociocognitive de l'apprentissage de Britt-Mari Barth
Jadoulle, Jean-Louis ULg

in Jadoulle, Jean-Louis (Ed.) Conceptualiser le passé pour comprendre le présent. Conceptualisation et pédagogie de l'intégration en classe d'histoire (2004)

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See detailLes conceptualisations internationales de l'entreprise sociale
Defourny, Jacques ULg; Nyssens, Marthe

in Gardin, Laurent; Laville, Jean-Louis; Nyssens, Marthe (Eds.) Entreprise sociale et insertion. Une perspective internationale (2012)

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