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See detailA decision-maker point of view on uncertainties in spatial decisions
Cornélis, Bernard ULg; Brunet, Sébastien ULg

in Goodchild, Michael; Fisher, Peter; Shi, Wenzhong (Eds.) Spatial Data Quality (2002)

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See detailA decision-support system for evaluating sales prospects and launch strategies for new products
Choffray, Jean-Marie ULg; Lilien, Gary L.

in Industrial Marketing Management (1986), 15

This paper reports the results of a study of industrial product diffusion, focusing on those factors associated with successful market penetration. These results were incorporated in a decision support ... [more ▼]

This paper reports the results of a study of industrial product diffusion, focusing on those factors associated with successful market penetration. These results were incorporated in a decision support system that can be used to help plan entrey strategy for a new industrial product. [less ▲]

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See detailLes décisions sociales
Caprasse, Olivier ULg

in Revue de l'Arbitrage (2013), (3), 673-704

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See detailDecitabine improves progression-free survival in older high-risk MDS patients with multiple autosomal monosomies: results of a subgroup analysis of the randomized phase III study 06011 of the EORTC Leukemia Cooperative Group and German MDS Study Group
Lübbert, Michael; Suciu, Stefan; Hagemeijer, Anne et al

in Annals of Hematology (2016), 95

In a study of elderly AML patients treated with the hypomethylating agent decitabine (DAC), we noted a surprisingly favorable outcome in the (usually very unfavorable) subgroup with two or more autosomal ... [more ▼]

In a study of elderly AML patients treated with the hypomethylating agent decitabine (DAC), we noted a surprisingly favorable outcome in the (usually very unfavorable) subgroup with two or more autosomal monosomies (MK2+) within a complex karyotype (Lübbert et al., Haematologica 97:393-401, 2012). We now analyzed 206 myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) patients (88 % of 233 patients randomized in the EORTC/GMDSSG phase III trial 06011, 61 of them with RAEBt, i.e. AML by WHO) with cytogenetics informative for MK status.. Endpoints are the following: complete/partial (CR/PR) and overall response rate (ORR) and progression-free (PFS) and overall survival (OS). Cytogenetic subgroups are the following: 63 cytogenetically normal (CN) patients, 143 with cytogenetic abnormalities, 73 of them MKnegative (MK−), and 70 MK-positive (MK+). These MK+ patients could be divided into 17 with a single autosomal monosomy (MK1) and 53 with at least two monosomies (MK2+). ORR with DAC in CN patients: 36.1 %, in MK−patients: 16.7 %, in MK+ patients: 43.6 % (MK1: 44.4 %, MK2+ 43.3 %). PFS was prolonged by DAC compared to best supportive care (BSC) in the CN (hazard ratio (HR) 0.55, 99 % confidence interval (CI), 0.26; 1.15, p=0.03) and MK2+ (HR 0.50; 99%CI, 0.23; 1.06, p=0.016) but not in the MK−, MK+, and MK1 subgroups. OS was not improved by DAC in any subgroup. In conclusion, we demonstrate for the first time in a randomized phase III trial that high-risk MDS patients with complex karyotypes harboring two or more autosomal monosomies attain encouraging responses and have improved PFS with DAC treatment compared to BSC. [less ▲]

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See detailDecitabine versus best supportive care in older patients with refractory anemia with excess blasts in transformation (RAEBt) - results of a subgroup analysis of the randomized phase III study 06011 of the EORTC Leukemia Cooperative Group and German MDS Study Group (GMDSSG)
BECKER, Heiko; SUCIU, Stefan; RUTER, Björn Hans et al

in Annals of Hematology (2015), 94

In the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC)/GMDSSG phase III trial06011, we compared decitabine (15 mg/m² every 8 h for 3 days) with best supportive care (BSC) in patients ... [more ▼]

In the European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC)/GMDSSG phase III trial06011, we compared decitabine (15 mg/m² every 8 h for 3 days) with best supportive care (BSC) in patients >/= 60 years with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) by French-Amercian-British (FAB) criteria. Here, we reinvestigate trial 06011 for the activity and efficacy specifically in patients with refractory anemia with excess blasts in transformation (RAEBt). Response rates in the decitabine arm (N=40) were as follow: complete or partial remission, 15 %; hematologic improvement, 15 %; resistant disease, 30 %. RAEBt patients in the decitabine arm had longer progression-free survival (PFS; hazard ratio (HR) 0.30, 95 % confidence interval (CI) 0.18-0.51; median, 6.2 vs 2.8 months) and overall survival (OS; HR 0.68, 95 % CI 0.42-1.11; median, 8.0 vs 6.0 months) than in the BSC arm (N=35). Censoring at allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, the OS difference between the treatment groups increased, particularly among patients. [less ▲]

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See detailUna declaración de intenciones: La UE y los países vecinos en la política exterior y de seguridad
Natorski, Michal ULg

in Barbé, Esther (Ed.) La Unión Europea más allá de sus fronteras ¿Hacia la transformación del Mediterráneo y Europa oriental? (2010)

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See detailLa déclaration du risque dans les assurances de dommages
Paris, Catherine ULg

in Paris, Catherine (Ed.) Actualités en droit des assurances - Commission Université Palais, vol. 154 (2014)

Quand une personne, physique ou morale, souhaite conclure un contrat d'assurance auprès d'une entreprise d'assurances, elle est tenue de lui déclarer correctement le risque. L'étendue de cette obligation ... [more ▼]

Quand une personne, physique ou morale, souhaite conclure un contrat d'assurance auprès d'une entreprise d'assurances, elle est tenue de lui déclarer correctement le risque. L'étendue de cette obligation précontractuelle d'information et le régime des sanctions qui l'accompagne est analysée dans la présence contribution à travers un examen complet de la jurisprudence propre aux assurances de dommages et à la lumière de la loi du 4 avril 2014 relative aux assurances. [less ▲]

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See detailLes déclarations non vérifiées de témoins au regard du procès équitable
Michiels, Olivier ULg; Falque, Géraldine ULg

in Journal des Tribunaux (2016), (6656), 485-490

Dans l’arrêt Schatschaschwili contre Allemagne, la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme s’est particulièrement attachée à préciser les principes qui s’appliquent aux déclarations d’un témoin absent au ... [more ▼]

Dans l’arrêt Schatschaschwili contre Allemagne, la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme s’est particulièrement attachée à préciser les principes qui s’appliquent aux déclarations d’un témoin absent au procès, susceptibles de fonder la culpabilité d’un accusé. Les éclaircissements que l’arrêt de la Grande Chambre ambitionne d’apporter à ce sujet retiendront notre attention dès lors que l’équité du procès pourrait être compromise par la déposition d’un témoin que la défense n’a pas pu, directement ou indirectement, faire interroger. Après avoir rappelé le contexte factuel et procédural dans lequel s’inscrit la cause, nous tenterons de dégager les lignes de force de l’arrêt commenté. Enfin, nous nous efforcerons de mettre ces enseignements en perspective avec la jurisprudence de la cour de Cassation relative à l’article 6, § 3, d) de la Convention qui reconnaît notamment le droit à tout accusé d’interroger ou faire interroger un témoin à charge, pour terminer par une brève conclusion. [less ▲]

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See detailDeclared chronic morbidity after 45 years : Results from a population survey in Belgium
Gosset, Christiane ULg; Cartier, P; De Prins, L et al

Conference (1997)

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See detailDéclin cognitif avec l'âge: Réalité, exagération, ou fiction?
Adam, Stéphane ULg

Scientific conference (2013, April 03)

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See detailLes déclinaisons de l'identité en Wallonie. Couplage et divorces entre électorats, appartenances et prises de position en matière communautaire et institutionnelle
Jacquemain, Marc ULg; Vandekeere, Michel; Doutrelepont, René

in Frognier, André-Paul; Aish-Van Vaerenberghe, Anne-Marie (Eds.) Elections, la fêlure : enquête sur le comportant électoral des Wallons et des Francopohnes (1994)

The paper synthesizes how different kinds of national/regional affiliations among frenchspeaking belgian public, measured by surveys can affect their electora behaviour and their policy preferences

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See detailLes déclinatoires de compétence
Moreau, Pierre ULg

in L'instance (2013)

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See detailDecline of antibiotic use in primary care.
Frippiat, Frédéric ULg; Chandrikakumari, Kavitha; Moutschen, Michel ULg

in Lancet Infectious Diseases (2008), 8(5), 272273

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See detailDecline Of Endemic Oncocyclus Irises (Iridaceae) Of Lebanon: Survey And Conservation Needs
Saad, Layla ULg; Talhouk, Salma; Mahy, Grégory ULg

in Oryx (2009), 43(1), 91-96

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See detailDecline of the Black Sea oxygen inventory
Capet, Arthur ULg; Stanev, Emil; Beckers, Jean-Marie ULg et al

in Biogeosciences (2016), 13

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See detailThe decline of weorðan in English versus the grammaticalization of werden in German
Petré, Peter ULg

Conference (2010, August 27)

The passive construction consitutes a marked difference between English, which uses the auxiliary be, and German, which uses werden ‘become’. Zieglschmid (1931), however, showed that that originally both ... [more ▼]

The passive construction consitutes a marked difference between English, which uses the auxiliary be, and German, which uses werden ‘become’. Zieglschmid (1931), however, showed that that originally both languages used both verbs. I argue that English lost weorðan (the cognate of werden) when it abandoned the bounded construal of narratives, inherited from Germanic, while German further grammaticalized this system, with the further grammaticalization of werden as a consequence. The original variation is illustrated for Old High German in (2), where sein functions as actional passive auxiliary (next to the frequent occurrence of werden), a choice no longer available in Middle High German (3). Similarly, Old English (4) still has passive weorðan (next to be), but this verb has disappeared from Middle English (5). (1) Latin Ecce aperti sunt ei caeli “See: opened are him:DAT heavens” (Mt. 3.16) (2) Old High German Senu tho aroffonota warun imo himila “See, then opened were him:DAT heavens” (c830) (3) Middle High German Und secht die himel wurden im auf getan “And see the heavens got him:DAT open made” (c1466) (4) Old English & him wurdon þærrihte heofenas ontynede “and him:DAT got immediately heavens opened” (c1025) (5) Middle English and lo! heuenes weren openyd to hym (c1384) I argue that Germanic was a moderately bounded language. Bounded languages construe situations as completed sub-events, emphasizing narrative progress, and make abundant use of time adverbials (Carroll, Stutterheim & Nuese 2004), which split up an event chronologically and often take up the first position in a verb-second system. In German the bounded system became further grammaticalized, for instance through the fixation of the verb-second system. The concomitant grammaticalization of werden is explained by its bounding change-of-state semantics that denotes completed events. In English the bounded system disappears, as can be seen from the heavy decrease of time adverbials of narrative progress (þærrihte ‘immediately’ in (4), but mostly þa ‘then’: Kemenade & Los 2006) and the confusion of verb-second-syntax (Los 2009). Weorðan, being highly entrenched in these constructions, disappears with them. By appealing to the bounded-unbounded distinction, it is thus possible to account for a major difference in the auxiliary system between English and German. References Carroll, Mary, Christiane von Stutterheim & Ralf Nuese. 2004. The language and thought debate: A psycholinguistic approach. In Thomas Pechmann and Christopher Habel (eds.), Multidisciplinary approaches to language production (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 157), 183-218. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Kemenade, Ans van & Bettelou Los. 2006. Discourse adverbs and clausal syntax in Old and Middle English. In Ans van Kemenade & Bettelou Los (eds.), The Handbook of the History of English, 224–48. Oxford: Blackwell. Los, Bettelou. 2009. The consequences of the loss of verb-second in English: Information structure and syntax in interaction. English Language and Linguistics 13(1), 97-125. Zieglschmid, A. J. Friedrich. 1931. Werdan and wesan with the passive in various Germanic languages. Germanic Review 6(4). 389-396. [less ▲]

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