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See detailIntersubjectivity and intersubjectification: typology and operationalisation
Brems, Lieselotte ULg; Ghesquière, Lobke; van de velde, Freek

Conference (2012, July 19)

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See detailIntersubjectivity and intersubjectification: Typology and operationalization
Ghesquière, Lobke; Brems, Lieselotte ULg; Van de Velde, Freek

Conference (2012, July)

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See detailIntersubjectivity and intersubjectification: Typology and operationalization
Ghesquière, Lobke; Brems, Lieselotte ULg; Van de velde, Freek

in English Text Construction (2012), 5(1), 128-152

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See detailIntertekstualiteit in de gedichten van Hans Faverey
Dieu, Véronique ULg

Conference (2011, November 19)

Intertekstualiteit in de gedichten van de Nederlandse dichter Hans Faverey (1933-1990) kan niet los worden gezien van de thema’s en motieven die in zijn hele œuvre voorkomen: de spanning tussen beweging ... [more ▼]

Intertekstualiteit in de gedichten van de Nederlandse dichter Hans Faverey (1933-1990) kan niet los worden gezien van de thema’s en motieven die in zijn hele œuvre voorkomen: de spanning tussen beweging en stilstand, tussen het organische en het minerale en tussen leven en dood. Intertekstuele verwijzingen nemen in zijn gedichten diverse vormen aan (citaat, allusie, vertaling, motto, opdracht,…) en ze dragen ertoe bij de algemene thematiek van de gedichten te belichten. In de acht bundels die hij publiceerde, verwijst Faverey vaak naar figuren uit de Griekse mythologie of naar Griekse filosofen (vooral de pre-Socratici). Toch beperkte hij zich niet tot de klassieke Oudheid: hij inspireerde zich ook op moderne Nederlandse of buitenlandse auteurs. Ook durfde hij de grenzen van de literaire westerse cultuur te overschrijden door de orale traditie in het verre Suriname te vermelden. Daarnaast zijn andere (niet-literaire) kunstvormen ook een belangrijke inspiratiebron voor Faverey. Herhaaldelijk gebruikte hij het werk van schilders of componisten als uitgangspunt bij het schrijven van zijn gedichten. Aan de hand van een paar gedichten wil ik laten zien hoe vorm en inhoud in de gedichten van Hans Faverey in elkaar samenvloeien, met intertekstualiteit als één mogelijk snijpunt. [less ▲]

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See detailIntertextual Transformations in the Work of Janet Frame
Delrez, Marc ULg

Conference (2007, September 27)

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See detailIntertextualität als Sinnkonstruktion und Wahnsystem. Zu Günter Grass' Roman Ein weites Feld.
Pontzen, Alexandra ULg

in Stephan, Inge; Tacke, Alexandra (Eds.) NachBilder der Wende (2008)

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See detailIntertextuelle Verweisstrukturen in Arthur Schnitzlers Novelle "Spiel im Morgengrauen"
Gerrekens, Louis ULg

in Gerrekens, Louis; Küpper, Achim (Eds.) Hasard. Der Spieler in der deutschsprachigen Literaturgeschichte. (2012)

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See detailThe Intertwining of Data Types and Processes in LOTOS
Leduc, Guy ULg

in Rudin, Harry; West, Colin (Eds.) Protocol Specification, Testing and Verification, VII (1987, May)

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See detailIntertwining operators between some spaces of differential operators on a manifold
Mathonet, Pierre ULg

in Communications in Algebra (1999), 27(2), 755-776

The Lie algebra of vector fields Vect(M) of a smooth manifold M acts by Lie derivatives on the space D^p_{\lambda,\mu} of differential operators of order less than or equal to p that map fields of ... [more ▼]

The Lie algebra of vector fields Vect(M) of a smooth manifold M acts by Lie derivatives on the space D^p_{\lambda,\mu} of differential operators of order less than or equal to p that map fields of densities of weight -\lambda on fields of densities of weight -\mu. In this paper, we determine all the intertwining operators between these modules, when the dimension of the manifold is greater than or equal to 2. [less ▲]

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See detailThe interval ordering problem
Durr, Christophe; Queyranne, Maurice; Spieksma, Frits C.R. et al

in Discrete Applied Mathematics (2012)

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See detailINTERVALENCE TRANSITIONS IN MIXED-VALENCE BIS(TETRATHIAFULVALENE) COMPOUNDS
Lahlil, Khalid; Moradpour, Alec; Bowlas, Christopher et al

in Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995), 117(40), 9995-10002

The series of new bis(tetrathiafulvalene) [bis(TTF)] compounds 10-12a,b have been synthetized with the TTF-like synthon 8a,b, previously used to prepare the pyrazine-fused bis(TTF) 7a,b. These compounds ... [more ▼]

The series of new bis(tetrathiafulvalene) [bis(TTF)] compounds 10-12a,b have been synthetized with the TTF-like synthon 8a,b, previously used to prepare the pyrazine-fused bis(TTF) 7a,b. These compounds exhibit four reversible sequential one-electron oxidation steps, on the basis of cyclic voltammetry. For the cation radicals 7b(.+), 10(.+), and 12(.+), generated electrochemically, rather intense and broad bands in the near-IR region, specific of class II mixed valence compounds, were found. Theoretical calculations at the semiempirical AM1 level as well as at the ab-initio level indicated that these cation radicals are charge-distributions localized as related to mixed valence species. These calculations also allowed the low-energy absorption bands to be assigned to intervalence transitions; these transitions imply the existence of multiple low-lying excited states that are non-adiabatically coupled to the ground-state of these open-shell species. [less ▲]

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See detailIntervalle entre vêlage chez la vache Borgou au Benin
Adamou-N'Diaye, M.; Ogodija, O. J.; Gbangboche, A. B. et al

in Annales de Médecine Vétérinaire (2001), 145(2), 130-136

This retrospective study has been carry out in the Monastery bovine exploitation of Kokoubou (department of Borgou in Benin). Data were collected and analysed from individual cow records of 1967 to 1989 ... [more ▼]

This retrospective study has been carry out in the Monastery bovine exploitation of Kokoubou (department of Borgou in Benin). Data were collected and analysed from individual cow records of 1967 to 1989. It concerned 150 Borgou cows and 838 calving intervals. The following parameters have been determined: monthly frequency of calving and calving interval. Monthly frequencies of calving are not regrouped in rainy season. Calving intervals have decreased with lactation numbers, while the season presents no effect. [less ▲]

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See detailUn intervalle vêlage court: un objectif intéressant pour les hautes productrices?
Laloux, Laurent; Bastin, Catherine ULg; Devroede, Lucie

Article for general public (2009)

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See detailThe intervalling effect bias in beta: a note
Corhay, Albert ULg

in Journal of Banking & Finance (1992), 16(1), 61-73

Based on a comprehensive sample of domestic securities traded on the Brussels Stock Exchange, this paper points out the intervalling effect in the estimated betas and examines the speed of convergence of ... [more ▼]

Based on a comprehensive sample of domestic securities traded on the Brussels Stock Exchange, this paper points out the intervalling effect in the estimated betas and examines the speed of convergence of these. The results reveal that the estimated betas seem to converge to their asymptotic values and that their value depends on what day the differencing interval starts. It also appears that the magnitude of the intervalling effect is inversely related to the market value of the firms. [less ▲]

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See detailIntervening in return to work after long term sickness absence : confronting the stakeholders views
Schippers, Nathalie ULg; Kefer, Fabienne ULg; Cornelis, Sabine ULg et al

Conference (2012, October 23)

Background Acknowledging individual and societal consequences of long term sickness absence, a political awareness is raising in Belgium in favour of a more active reintegration policy. Since various ... [more ▼]

Background Acknowledging individual and societal consequences of long term sickness absence, a political awareness is raising in Belgium in favour of a more active reintegration policy. Since various stakeholders are implied and several legislations may apply, it was deemed necessary to analyse the interplay between regulations and the role of the respective interveners to optimise return to work practices. The study focused on workers who are still under contract. Methods To this purpose, 23 representatives of various categories of stakeholders were interviewed: social insurance physicians, occupational physicians, insurers, social administration services, employers, unions, employment advisers, etc… Interviewees were asked to describe their role, to identify difficulties in the execution of their mission and sources of conflict between legislations, and to propose improvements. The interviews were audiotaped and fully transcribed. Results Several barriers to worker reintegration were pointed out during the interviews. On individual level, the worker social situation and a lack of information influence the chance of a successful return to work. At the enterprise level, the enterprise size, quality of peer support and lack of financial incentives were often mentioned. Most remarks concerned legislation. In Belgian labour law, the employment contract may be ended if the employee is permanently unable to perform his current job, even though modified work would remain possible. For many stakeholders, a sustainable return to work is hindered by the complexity of legislation which was developed for different domains (disability benefits, unemployment, work accident, occupational disease) with little attention to transitions from one domain to the other, especially between benefit insurance and unemployment legislation. It was also stressed that the possibilities offered by the occupational health legislation are underused or inappropriately used. Conclusions Legal and financial security must be insured for the worker who is ready to enrol in a reintegration trajectory. Public authorities should promote better knowledge and implementation of reintegration policies and current legislation should be improved with an emphasis on a better collaboration between stakeholders. [less ▲]

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See detailIntervening in sub-acute sickness absences : a large potential for belgian occupational health services
MORTELMANS, Anna Katharina; BULTERYS, Simon; LAHAYE, Dirk et al

in Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2011, September), 68(September 2011), 95

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See detailIntervenir dans la conduite d’e-projets subventionnés: enjeux croisés et responsabilités des parties prenantes
Lisein, Olivier ULg; Dalon, Gelica; Desmecht, James

Conference (2006, November)

Colloque - Accompagner la mise en oeuvre d'e-projets s’apparente fréquemment à un défi de taille. Dans ce cadre, les apports de la théorie de la traduction sont susceptibles de s’avérer utiles à tout ... [more ▼]

Colloque - Accompagner la mise en oeuvre d'e-projets s’apparente fréquemment à un défi de taille. Dans ce cadre, les apports de la théorie de la traduction sont susceptibles de s’avérer utiles à tout intervenant appelé à accompagner une démarche de réflexion et/ou d’implémentation d’une innovation technologique. En cherchant notamment à intégrer, en plus des éléments contextuels, les attentes, intérêts et enjeux des parties prenantes, ce courant entend mobiliser les acteurs autour d’un projet commun et favoriser la "construction" conjointe de l’innovation. Cette approche se heurte néanmoins à la définition a priori de certaines dimensions des e-projets subventionnés par des fonds publics, rendue nécessaire notamment pour rencontrer les attentes du pouvoir subsidiant. Accompagner des projets figés par des conventions n’est par conséquent pas sans entraîner son lot de difficultés supplémentaires pour l’intervenant, que nous entendons considérer à partir d’un retour croisé sur trois expériences récentes en la matière. Celui-ci nous autorise en outre à soulever dans notre réflexion la double question du rôle de l’intervenant et de sa marge de manœuvre dans le cadre de projets subventionnés ainsi que celle de la responsabilité des parties prenantes par rapport à leurs enjeux divergents. [less ▲]

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See detailIntervenir dans la conduite de projets technologiques subventionnés: enjeux méthodologiques et responsabilités croisées
Lisein, Olivier ULg

in Pichault, François; Lisein, Olivier; Rondeaux, Giseline (Eds.) et al La recherche-intervention peut-elle être socialement responsable? (2008)

Intervenir dans la conduite de projets technologiques et les accompagner s’apparentent fréquemment à un défi de taille. Comme le montrent les expériences en la matière, arriver à des résultats tangibles ... [more ▼]

Intervenir dans la conduite de projets technologiques et les accompagner s’apparentent fréquemment à un défi de taille. Comme le montrent les expériences en la matière, arriver à des résultats tangibles et engendrer un return positif sur les investissements consentis nécessitent que l’élaboration et l’implémentation de ces projets soient mûrement réfléchies. Dans ce cadre, les apports de la théorie de la traduction sont susceptibles de s’avérer utiles et pertinents à tout intervenant appelé à accompagner une démarche de réflexion et/ou d’implémentation d’une innovation technologique. En cherchant notamment à intégrer, en plus des éléments contextuels, les attentes, intérêts et enjeux des parties prenantes, ce courant entend mobiliser les acteurs autour d’un projet commun et favoriser la « construction » conjointe de l’innovation. Dans le cas de projets subventionnés par des fonds publics, cette approche se heurte néanmoins fréquemment à la définition a priori de certaines dimensions des projets, rendue entre autres nécessaire pour rencontrer les attentes du pouvoir subsidiant. Accompagner des projets figés par des conventions n’est par conséquent pas sans entraîner son lot de difficultés supplémentaires pour l’intervenant, que nous considérons à partir d’un retour croisé sur trois expériences récentes en la matière. Cette mise en perspective nous autorise en outre à soulever dans notre réflexion la double question de la marge de manœuvre et de la responsabilité de l’intervenant appelé à accompagner des projets subventionnés. [less ▲]

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