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See detailDissensions de l'image animée. "L'Idée" de Berthold Bartosch ou le trauma comme mode de représentation dystopique
Tomasovic, Dick ULiege

in Clément, Dessy; Stiénon, Valérie (Eds.) (Bé)vues du futur. Les imaginaires visuels de la dystopie (1840-1940) (2015)

Souvent cité comme le premier film sociopolitique de l’histoire du cinéma d’animation, L’Idée de Bartosch n’a connu que peu d’études analytiques. Cet article se donne pour enjeu de détailler le texte et ... [more ▼]

Souvent cité comme le premier film sociopolitique de l’histoire du cinéma d’animation, L’Idée de Bartosch n’a connu que peu d’études analytiques. Cet article se donne pour enjeu de détailler le texte et l’intertexte qui fondent le régime visuel largement expérimental du film et questionnent intrinsèquement la représentation de la dystopie. Non sans réflexivité sur sa pratique composite, Bartosch semble en effet, dans ce film, instaurer un monde à ce point négatif qu’il ne peut être donné à voir selon les modes de représentation traditionnels. [less ▲]

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See detailDissensus, n°7. Dossier "Technique et politique" (Edition en cours)
Pieron, Julien ULiege

Book published by PoPuPS (in press)

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See detailDissensus, Unclosure, and Agonistic Appraisal: Reconceiving of Technology Assessment and Consensus Conferences as Forms of Social Experimentation
Van Oudheusden, Michiel ULiege

Conference (2015, August 20)

In this paper, I inquire into two public deliberative formats that aim to render scientific and technological practices more socially robust: the consensus conference and participatory technology ... [more ▼]

In this paper, I inquire into two public deliberative formats that aim to render scientific and technological practices more socially robust: the consensus conference and participatory technology assessment (pTA). Drawing on experiences in the US National Institute of Health Consensus Conferences and in a Flemish pTA on nanotechnologies, I make explicit how these formats enact a strong appeal to consensus; thereby delegitimizing conflict and disagreement among deliberating parties. By perceiving of these formats as social experiments that typically elicit undecided procedures and tentative, “unclosed” outputs, it is possible to: (a) pinpoint how conflict pervades deliberative engagements in science and technology, and (b) revalue conflict dynamics as a useful heuristic that encourages (rather than hampers) the expression of disagreement. I argue that deliberately seeking out conflict in deliberation is both morally responsible and epsitemically fruitful, as it obliges participants to refine their worldviews in confrontation with competing truth claims and enables them to articulate their personal or group needs. To further develop these lines of reasoning, I propose three conceptions that contrast with the consensus ideal: dissensus, unclosure, and (ant)agonistic learning. I conclude by offering suggestions on how to build critical reflection about the ethical, political, and epistemic implications of social experimentation into processes of science and technology governance. [less ▲]

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See detailDissertations académiques
Kurth, Godefroid ULiege

Book published by Demarteau (1888)

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See detailUne dissidence conviviale. Approche socio-littéraire du premier Cercle Zutique.
Saint-Amand, Denis ULiege

Master's dissertation (2007)

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See detailDissipation in quasistatically sheared wet and dry sand under confinement
Fiscina, J.E.; Pakpour, M.; Fall, A. et al

in Physical Review. E : Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (2012), 86

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See detailA dissipative approach to the identification of biochemical reaction networks
Fey, Dirk ULiege; Bullinger, Eric ULiege

in 15th IFAC Symposium on System Identification, Saint Malo, France (2009, July)

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See detailDissipative Forces and External Resonances
Jancart, Sylvie ULiege; Lemaitre, Anne

in Richardson, David; Seidelmann, Kenneth; Wnuk, Edwin (Eds.) Dynamics of Natural and Artificial Celestial Bodies (2002, January 01)

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See detailDissipative forces and external resonances
Jancart, Sylvie ULiege; Lemaitre, Anne

in Celestial mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy (2001), 81

We analyze the process of resonance trapping due to Poynting-Robertson drag and Stokes drag in the frame of the restricted 3-body problem and in the case of external mean motion resonances. The numerical ... [more ▼]

We analyze the process of resonance trapping due to Poynting-Robertson drag and Stokes drag in the frame of the restricted 3-body problem and in the case of external mean motion resonances. The numerical simulations presented are computed by using the 3-dimensional extended Schubart averaging (ESA) integrator developed by Moons (1994) for all mean motion resonances. We complete it by adding the contributions of the dissipative forces. To follow the philosophy of the initial integrator, we average the drag terms, but we do not make any expansion in series of eccentricity or inclination. We show our results, especially capture around asymmetric equilibria, and compare them to those found by Beaué and Ferraz-Mello (1993, 1994) and Liou et al. (1979). [less ▲]

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See detailDISSIPATIVITY AND GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF LIMIT CYCLES IN NETWORKS OF OSCILLATORS
Stan, Guy-Bart; Sepulchre, Rodolphe ULiege

in Proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (2004, July)

This paper is concerned with the global analysis of synchrone oscillations in special networks of oscillators. In previous work, we de ned a class of highdimensional, parameter-dependent nonlinear systems ... [more ▼]

This paper is concerned with the global analysis of synchrone oscillations in special networks of oscillators. In previous work, we de ned a class of highdimensional, parameter-dependent nonlinear systems exhibiting almost globally asymptotically stable limit cycle oscillations. In this paper, we show how (incremental) dissipativity may be used to extend the global analysis of limit cycle oscillations to networks of coupled identical systems. [less ▲]

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See detailDissociable components of phonological and lexical-semantic short-term memory and their relation to impaired word production in aphasia
Verhaegen, Clémence ULiege; PIERTOT, Florence ULiege; Poncelet, Martine ULiege

in Cognitive Neuropsychology (2013), 30(7-8), 544-563

This study assesses the dissociability of phonological and lexical-semantic short-term memory (STM) in two aphasic patients, B.N. and T.M., and explores the relationship between their STM deficits and ... [more ▼]

This study assesses the dissociability of phonological and lexical-semantic short-term memory (STM) in two aphasic patients, B.N. and T.M., and explores the relationship between their STM deficits and their word production impairment. Picture naming performance suggests phonological language production impairment in B.N. and lexical-semantic language production impairment in T.M. On STM tasks, B.N. presented phonological STM impairment with preserved lexical-semantic STM, while T.M. presented the reverse profile. These results reveal a double dissociation between phonological and lexical-semantic STM capacities and suggest that our patients' STM impairment may be selectively related to their language production deficits [less ▲]

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See detailDissociable effects of social context on song and doublecortin immunoreactivity in male canaries.
Alward, Beau A.; Mayes, Wade D.; Peng, Katherine et al

in The European journal of neuroscience (2014), 40(6), 2941-7

Variation in environmental factors such as day length and social context greatly affects reproductive behavior and the brain areas that regulate these behaviors. One such behavior is song in songbirds ... [more ▼]

Variation in environmental factors such as day length and social context greatly affects reproductive behavior and the brain areas that regulate these behaviors. One such behavior is song in songbirds, which males use to attract a mate during the breeding season. In these species the absence of a potential mate leads to an increase in the number of songs produced, while the presence of a mate greatly diminishes singing. Interestingly, although long days promote song behavior, producing song itself can promote the incorporation of new neurons in brain regions controlling song output. Social context can also affect such neuroplasticity in these song control nuclei. The goal of the present study was to investigate in canaries (Serinus canaria), a songbird species, how photoperiod and social context affect song and the incorporation of new neurons, as measured by the microtubule-associated protein doublecortin (DCX) in HVC, a key vocal production brain region of the song control system. We show that long days increased HVC size and singing activity. In addition, male canaries paired with a female for 2 weeks showed enhanced DCX-immunoreactivity in HVC relative to birds housed alone. Strikingly, however, paired males sang fewer songs that exhibited a reduction in acoustic features such as song complexity and energy, compared with birds housed alone, which sang prolifically. These results show that social presence plays a significant role in the regulation of neural and behavioral plasticity in songbirds and can exert these effects in opposition to what might be expected based on activity-induced neurogenesis. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Dissociaitve Ionization of C2H2 and C2D2. The [CH(CD)]+ dissociaiton channel. The H(D)C-C(D)H Binding Energy.
Davister, M.; Locht, Robert ULiege

in Chemical Physics (1995), 191

The dissociative electroionization of C2H2(C2D2) has been investigated in the CH+(CD+) dissociation channel. The translational energy distribution of the fragment ion has been examined as a function of ... [more ▼]

The dissociative electroionization of C2H2(C2D2) has been investigated in the CH+(CD+) dissociation channel. The translational energy distribution of the fragment ion has been examined as a function of the electron energy between 20 and 99 eV. The first differentiated ionization efficiency curve has been measured for KE(CH+)=0.0-6.0 eV. Threshold energies of CH+ and CD+ have been measured and the effect of isotopic substitution is discussed. For the lowest onset of both CH+ and CD+, and from the kinetic energy measurements, the C-C bond strength has been derived, i.e. D(HC-CH)=9.83+/-0.10 eV. Higher appearance energies are assigned and reaction mechanisms are proposed. Above 34 eV electron energy, the CH+ ions carrying 2.0-5.5 eV kinetic energy are produced through Coulomb explosion of (C2H2)2+ states. [less ▲]

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See detailDissociated developmental trajectories for conceptual and perceptual sensibility in eyewitness testimony?
Vanootighem, Valentine ULiege; Dehon, Hedwige ULiege; Taconnat, Laurence et al

Poster (2009, June 03)

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See detailDISSOCIATING SHORT-TERM MEMORY AND LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT: THE IMPORTANCE OF ITEM AND SERIAL ORDER INFORMATION
Attout, Lucie ULiege; VAN DER KAA, Marie-Anne ULiege; GEORGE, Mercédès ULiege et al

in Aphasiology (2012), 26(3-4), 355-382

BACKGROUND: Selective verbal short-term memory (STM) deficits are rare, and when they appear, they are often associated with a history of aphasia, raising doubts about the selectivity of these deficits ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Selective verbal short-term memory (STM) deficits are rare, and when they appear, they are often associated with a history of aphasia, raising doubts about the selectivity of these deficits. Recent models of STM consider that STM for item information depends upon activation of the language system, and hence item STM deficits should be associated with language impairment. By contrast, STM for order information is considered to recruit a specific system, distinct from the language system: this system could be impaired in patients with language-independent STM deficits. AIM: We demonstrate here the power of the item-order distinction to separate STM and language impairments in two brain damaged cases with STM impairment and a history of aphasia. METHODS & PROCEDURES: Recognition and recall STM tasks, maximizing STM for either item or order information were administered to patients MB and CG. OUTCOMES & RESULTS: Patient MB showed mild phonological impairment. As predicted, associated STM deficits were characterized by poor item STM but preserved order STM. On the other hand, patient CG showed no residual language deficits. His STM deficit was characterized by poor order STM but perfectly preserved item STM. CONCLUSIONS: This study presents the first double dissociation between item and order STM deficits, and demonstrates the necessity of this distinction for understanding and assessing STM impairment in patients with and without aphasia. [less ▲]

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