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See detailIMISCOE Research Network, Training and Research Inventory
Gsir, Sonia ULg

Report (2012)

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See detailL'Imitation de Jésus-Christ
Henneau, Marie-Elisabeth ULg

in Corbin, Alain; Lemaître, Nicole; Thélamon, Françoise (Eds.) et al Histoire du Christianisme. Pour mieux comprendre notre temps (2007)

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See detailL’imitation du cirque
Dubouclez, Olivier ULg

in LEXI/textes (2007)

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See detailImitation et prise de position. À propos de quelques collectifs fumistes
Saint-Amand, Denis ULg

Conference (2010, January 14)

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See detailImitative learning for designing intelligent agents for video games
Gemine, Quentin ULg

Master's dissertation (2012)

Over the past decades, video games have become increasingly popular and complex. Virtual worlds have gone a long way since the first arcades and so have the artificial intelligence (AI) techniques used to ... [more ▼]

Over the past decades, video games have become increasingly popular and complex. Virtual worlds have gone a long way since the first arcades and so have the artificial intelligence (AI) techniques used to control agents in these growing environments. Tasks such as world exploration, constrained pathfinding or team tactics and coordination just to name a few are now default requirements for contemporary video games. However, despite its recent advances, video game AI still lacks the ability to learn. In this work, we attempt to break the barrier between video game AI and machine learning and propose a generic method allowing real-time strategy (RTS) agents to learn production strategies from a set of recorded games using supervised learning. We test this imitative learning approach on the popular RTS title StarCraft II and successfully teach a Terran agent facing a Protoss opponent new production strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailImitative Learning for Real-Time Strategy Games
Gemine, Quentin ULg; Safadi, Firas ULg; Fonteneau, Raphaël ULg et al

in Proceedings of the 2012 IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games (2012)

Over the past decades, video games have become increasingly popular and complex. Virtual worlds have gone a long way since the first arcades and so have the artificial intelligence (AI) techniques used to ... [more ▼]

Over the past decades, video games have become increasingly popular and complex. Virtual worlds have gone a long way since the first arcades and so have the artificial intelligence (AI) techniques used to control agents in these growing environments. Tasks such as world exploration, con- strained pathfinding or team tactics and coordination just to name a few are now default requirements for contemporary video games. However, despite its recent advances, video game AI still lacks the ability to learn. In this paper, we attempt to break the barrier between video game AI and machine learning and propose a generic method allowing real-time strategy (RTS) agents to learn production strategies from a set of recorded games using supervised learning. We test this imitative learning approach on the popular RTS title StarCraft II® and successfully teach a Terran agent facing a Protoss opponent new production strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailImlil (High Atlas), the Toubkal, the track, the local community, and the tour operators
Schmitz, Serge ULg

in Sustainable Development in Tropical Far North Queensland : IGU, University of New England, July 9-13 (2006)

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See detailL'immacolato D'Annunzio. Versilia, settembre 1906
Benzoni, Pietro ULg

in S. Luzzatto; G. Pedullà; D. Scarpa (Eds.) Atlante della letteratura italiana. Dal Risorgimento a oggi. Volume. III (2012)

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See detailL'immaginario lunare
Curreri, Luciano ULg

in La Battana (1996), 120

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See detailL'immagine di Venezia nelle fonti arabe
Bauden, Frédéric ULg

in dal Pozzolo; Dorigo, Rosella; Pedani, Maria Pia (Eds.) Venezia e l'Egitto (2011)

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See detailImmanence et transcendance dans la lecture heideggérienne d'Anaximandre
Pieron, Julien ULg

in Klèsis (2010), 15

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See detailImmanenza e commutazione
Cigana, Lorenzo ULg

in Givigliano, Alfredo; Cirino, Raffaele (Eds.) Oggetti e metodo. Spunti di dibattito tra scienza e filosofia (2012)

How does the commutation test work in Hjelmslev's glossematics?

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See detailL'immatériel en droit international privé - approche belge
Wautelet, Patrick ULg

Scientific conference (2014, May)

Ce rapport a été écrit sur base d'un questionnaire rédigé par le Professeur Tristan Azzi dans le cadre des journées internationales de l'Association Henri Capitant (Barcelone/Madrid 2014). Ce rapport ... [more ▼]

Ce rapport a été écrit sur base d'un questionnaire rédigé par le Professeur Tristan Azzi dans le cadre des journées internationales de l'Association Henri Capitant (Barcelone/Madrid 2014). Ce rapport aborde essentiellement deux questions liées à l'immatériel en droit international privé : le contentieux de la propriété intellectuelle et celui lié à l'usage d'internet. [less ▲]

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See detailImmature equine oocyte vitrification
Gatez, Carine ULg; Ectors, F.J.; Farnir, Frédéric ULg et al

Scientific conference (2012, October 19)

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See detailImmature Metaplastic CIN1: A Variant with Intense P16 Staining and Low Proliferative Index
Parra-Herran, Christopher P.; Lane, Bruno; Hirsch, MS et al

Poster (2012)

Background: Epithelial maturation traditionally is used to grade CIN in histologic sections. However, in some an immature epithelium displays atypia that is low in proportion to the level of epithelial ... [more ▼]

Background: Epithelial maturation traditionally is used to grade CIN in histologic sections. However, in some an immature epithelium displays atypia that is low in proportion to the level of epithelial maturity. Although MIB1 and p16ink4 are helpul in establishing the diagnosis of CIN in this setting, classifying such lesions can be problematic. We analyzed a subset of these atypias, and this study summarizes a correlation between morphology and p16 and MIB1 immunostaining. Design: Immature metaplastic atypias were divided into those with putative low (uniform nuclear spacing, minimal nuclear variation, absent or mild nuclear hyperchromasia) and high-grade (irregular nuclear spacing, heterogeneous nuclear morphology, increased nuclear chromasia) features. Immunohistochemical staining for p16 was classifi ed as patchy or diffuse (horizontally) and MIB-1 proliferation index was recorded as percentage of positive cells and location of elevated proliferative index as a function of basal, middle and superfi cial third of the epithelium. Staining patterns and histologic grade were correlated. Results: Forty-three cases were classified without knowledge of the immunohistochemistry. Immature metaplastic low grade CINs exhibited strong and diffuse staining for p16 and but unlike High grade CINs, the proliferating (MIB1+) cells were concentrated in the more basal 1-2 thirds of the epithelium and the proliferative index was less than 30%. Variable columnar differentiation was observed in some, with strong staining of both the columnar and squamous cells by p16. Conclusions: A distinct subset of immature CINs displays a uniform cell population and based on both cytology and proliferative index, warrants classifi cation as low grade CIN (CIN1). p16 immunohistochemistry, although helpful in the recognition of these lesions, will not distinguish them from higher grade CIN (CIN2/3). Attention to regularity in nuclear morphology with absence of noticeable differences in cell size and shape, combined with MIB1 staining, is helpful,. The presence of columnar differentiation, which also stains positive for p16 is consistent with bidirectional differentiation in the transformation zone epithelium. Further studies of this entity are warranted to precisely determine its biologic behavior. [less ▲]

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See detailImmediate Administration of Zoledronic Acid Reduces Aromatase Inhibitor-Associated Bone Loss in Postmenopausal Women With Early Breast Cancer: 12-month analysis of the E-ZO-FAST trial.
Llombart, Antonio; Frassoldati, Antonio; Paija, Outi et al

in Clinical Breast Cancer (2012), 12(1), 40-8

BACKGROUND: Letrozole is a proven and effective adjuvant therapy in postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive (HR(+)) early breast cancer (EBC). As with other aromatase inhibitors (AIs), long ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND: Letrozole is a proven and effective adjuvant therapy in postmenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive (HR(+)) early breast cancer (EBC). As with other aromatase inhibitors (AIs), long-term letrozole administration is associated with decreased bone mineral density (BMD) and increased fracture risk. This study compared potential bone-protecting effects of immediate vs. delayed administration of zoledronic acid (ZOL) in patients with EBC receiving adjuvant letrozole. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Patients with HR(+) EBC in whom adjuvant letrozole treatment was initiated (2.5 mg/day for 5 years) were randomized to immediate ZOL treatment (immediate ZOL) or delayed ZOL treatment (delayed ZOL) (both at 4 mg every 6 months). Patients in the delayed ZOL group received ZOL only for a BMD T-score that decreased to < -2.0 (lumbar spine [LS] or total hip [TH]) or for fracture. The primary endpoint was percentage change in the LS BMD at month 12. Patients were stratified by established or recent postmenopausal status, baseline T-scores, and adjuvant chemotherapy history. RESULTS: At 12 months, the LS BMD increased in the immediate ZOL group (+2.72%) but decreased in the delayed ZOL group (-2.71%); the absolute difference between groups was significant (5.43%; P < .0001). Across all subgroups, patients receiving immediate ZOL had significantly increased LS and TH BMD vs. those who received delayed ZOL (P < .0001). Differences in fracture incidence or disease recurrence could not be ascertained because of early data cutoff and low incidence of events. Adverse events were generally mild, transient, and consistent with the known safety profiles of both agents. CONCLUSION: Immediate ZOL administration effectively prevented BMD loss and increased BMD in postmenopausal women with HR(+) EBC receiving adjuvant letrozole, regardless of BMD status at baseline. [less ▲]

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See detailImmediate and long-term clinical and angiographic results from Wiktor stent treatment for true bifurcation narrowings.
Anzuini, A.; Briguori, C.; Rosanio, S. et al

in American Journal of Cardiology (2001), 88(11), 1246-50

From January 1996 to December 1998, 90 consecutive patients with true bifurcation lesions underwent percutaneous coronary angioplasty with Wiktor stent implantation in our centers. In 1 group (group I, n ... [more ▼]

From January 1996 to December 1998, 90 consecutive patients with true bifurcation lesions underwent percutaneous coronary angioplasty with Wiktor stent implantation in our centers. In 1 group (group I, n = 45), a simple approach (main vessel stenting and balloon angioplasty of the side branch) was pursued. In the other group (group II, n = 45), both the main vessel and the side branch were stented ("T" technique). There was no significant difference in clinical and angiographic characteristics between the 2 groups. Angiographic and procedural successes were 100% and 95.6%, respectively, in both groups. Angiographic results for the side branch were better in group II than in group I. In-hospital and long-term (12 month) major cardiac events were similar in the 2 groups. Target lesion revascularization was 15.5% in group I and 35.5% in group II (p = 0.12). In the main vessel, restenosis rate was 12.5% in group I and 25% in group II (p = 0.15). In the side branch, restenosis rate was 37.5% in group II and 12.5% in group I (p = <0.05; odds ratio 2.42; 95% confidence interval 1.05 to 6.26). Event-free probability at 12 months was 61% in group II and 80% in group I (p = 0.10). When dealing with true bifurcation lesions, a simple strategy is associated with a lower risk of restenosis in the side branch. In contrast, a complex approach does not appear to give any benefit in terms of early or long-term outcome or restenosis rate. [less ▲]

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See detailL'immersion : une autre façon d'apprendre une langue étrangère
Blondin, Christiane ULg

in Recherche en Education. Théorie & Pratique (1993), 14

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See detailL'immersion dans la vie professionnelle dès la formation initiale : pourquoi ?
Beckers, Jacqueline ULg

in Revue de la Direction Générale de l’Organisation des Etudes (1991), 2

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See detailL'immersion linguistique dans l'enseignement fondamental en Communauté française de Belgique
Blondin, Christiane ULg

in Journal de l'Immersion (2003), 25(2), 19-31

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