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See detailInterpréter Babel : Simon, Leclerc, Basnage
Droixhe, Daniel ULg

in Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft (1992), 2

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See detailInterpréter et retraduire une question commanditée. Normalisation des publics cibles et dispositifs d’aides publiques
Massart, Clémence ULg

in Brunet, Sébastien (Ed.) La participation à l’épreuve (2013)

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See detailInterpréter la bande dessinée selon ses genres
Badir, Sémir ULg

in Badir, Sémir; Ablali, Driss; Ducard, Dominique (Eds.) En tous genres. Normes, textes, médiations (2015)

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See detailInterpréter, rectifier ou compléter une sentence arbitral: incidence sur la procédure du recours en annulation
Caprasse, Olivier ULg

in Revue de la Faculté de Droit de l'Université de Liège (2006)

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See detailInterpreting canopy development and physiology using a European phenology camera network at flux sites
Wingate, L.; Ogée, J.; Cremonese, E. et al

in Biogeosciences (2015), 12(10), 5995-6015

Plant phenological development is orchestrated through subtle changes in photoperiod, temperature, soil moisture and nutrient availability. Presently, the exact timing of plant development stages and ... [more ▼]

Plant phenological development is orchestrated through subtle changes in photoperiod, temperature, soil moisture and nutrient availability. Presently, the exact timing of plant development stages and their response to climate and management practices are crudely represented in land surface models. As visual observations of phenology are laborious, there is a need to supplement long-term observations with automated techniques such as those provided by digital repeat photography at high temporal and spatial resolution. We present the first synthesis from a growing observational network of digital cameras installed on towers across Europe above deciduous and evergreen forests, grasslands and croplands, where vegetation and atmosphere CO2 fluxes are measured continuously. Using colour indices from digital images and using piecewise regression analysis of time series, we explored whether key changes in canopy phenology could be detected automatically across different land use types in the network. The piecewise regression approach could capture the start and end of the growing season, in addition to identifying striking changes in colour signals caused by flowering and management practices such as mowing. Exploring the dates of green-up and senescence of deciduous forests extracted by the piecewise regression approach against dates estimated from visual observations, we found that these phenological events could be detected adequately (RMSE < 8 and 11 days for leaf out and leaf fall, respectively). We also investigated whether the seasonal patterns of red, green and blue colour fractions derived from digital images could be modelled mechanistically using the PROSAIL model parameterised with information of seasonal changes in canopy leaf area and leaf chlorophyll and carotenoid concentrations. From a model sensitivity analysis we found that variations in colour fractions, and in particular the late spring `green hump' observed repeatedly in deciduous broadleaf canopies across the network, are essentially dominated by changes in the respective pigment concentrations. Using the model we were able to explain why this spring maximum in green signal is often observed out of phase with the maximum period of canopy photosynthesis in ecosystems across Europe. Coupling such quasi-continuous digital records of canopy colours with co-located CO2 flux measurements will improve our understanding of how changes in growing season length are likely to shape the capacity of European ecosystems to sequester CO2 in the future. [less ▲]

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See detailInterpreting equine thoracic radiographs: a guide to systematic evaluation and pulmonary patterns
Busoni, Valeria ULg

in XIV SIVE / FEEVA Congress Proceedings (2008)

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See detailInterpreting the current evidence on glucosamine sulfate effects as a symptom-modifying drug in knee osteoarthtritis
Reginster, Jean-Yves ULg

in Osteoporosis International (2010, May), 21(Suppl.1), 395

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See detailInterpreting the record of early eukaryotes.
Javaux, Emmanuelle ULg

Conference (2015, March)

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See detailINTERRATER AGREEMENT OF CLINICAL TESTS/SIGNS USED TO IDENTIFY PATIENTS WITH LUMBAR FUNCTIONAL INSTABILITY
Demoulin, Christophe ULg; Emmanuel, P.; DISTREE, Vincent ULg et al

in Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy (2012, October), 42(10), 57

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See detailInterrater reliability of the french AMDP psychopathology scale: A new measurement in single cases
Bobon, Daniel P.; Von Frenckell, R.; Mormont, Christian ULg

in Modern Problems of Pharmacopsychiatry (1983), 20

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See detailINTERREG III Projekt: Erdbebenmikrozonierung am südlichen Oberrhein: Teilbericht 2
Havenith, Hans-Balder ULg; Fäh, Donat

Report (2006)

Um Abschätzungen der S-Wellengeschwindigkeit für die verschiedenen geologischen Formationen in der Region zu erhalten, wurde eine grosse Anzahl von Arraymessungen durchgeführt. Das Ziel einer solchen ... [more ▼]

Um Abschätzungen der S-Wellengeschwindigkeit für die verschiedenen geologischen Formationen in der Region zu erhalten, wurde eine grosse Anzahl von Arraymessungen durchgeführt. Das Ziel einer solchen Messung ist die Bestimmung der Phasengeschwindigkeit der Rayleighwellen (Fundamentalmode und höhere Moden) als Funktion der Frequenz. Aus der Phasengeschwindigkeit lassen sich Modelle für die S-Wellengeschwindigkeit der lokalen Struktur invertieren. Bei der Inversion werden sowohl geologische Informationen, als auch die gemessene Eigenfrequenz der Lockersedimente und die Eigenschaften der gemessenen H/V Kurve verwendet. Ergänzt wurden die Messungen des Schweizerischen Erdbebendienstes durch Messungen des Bureau de Recherche Geologique et Miniere (BRGM) und des Leibniz Instituts für Geowissenschaftliche Gemeinschaftsaufgaben, Hannover (GGA). Abbildung 1 zeigt die Standorte der durchgeführten Messungen im Untersuchungsgebiet. Die Charakterisierung der verschiedenen geologischen Strukturen ist die Grundlage für die Entwicklung von Modellen für die numerische Modellierung. [less ▲]

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See detailInterregional correlation of cerebral glucose metabolism in unmedicated schizophrenia
Biver, Françoise; Goldman, Serge; De Maertelaer, Viviane et al

in European Neuropsychopharmacology (1996), 6(2), 141-147

To investigate metabolic relationships between different brain regions in schizophrenia, we measured regional brain metabolism using positron emission tomography (PET) and [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) in ... [more ▼]

To investigate metabolic relationships between different brain regions in schizophrenia, we measured regional brain metabolism using positron emission tomography (PET) and [18F]fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) in 15 unmedicated schizophrenic patients and 15 healthy subjects. We analyzed correlations between glucose metabolism data of multiple brain regions using factorial analysis and correlation coefficient comparisons. Absolute regional intercorrelations in schizophrenic brains were found to be significantly stronger than in controls, in relationship to the greater variability of metabolic rates in schizophrenic patients. Variability of normalized metabolic rates and regional intercorrelations were not significantly different between schizophrenic patients and control subjects. We conclude that a global metabolic factor accounts for the variability of metabolic data in untreated schizophrenia. [less ▲]

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See detailInterregionalism and emerging powers
Santander, Sébastian ULg

Scientific conference (2012, April 05)

La communication analyse les rapport entre le phénomène interrégional et les puissances émergentes.

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See detailEl interregionalismo europeo y la integración latinoamericana
Parra Santamaria, Lusmiriam Andrea ULg

in Entramado (2010), 12(juillet-décembre),

The relationship between the EU and the Latin-American region belongs to the logics of interregionalism. This article approaches this relation especially in what the Latin-American integration is ... [more ▼]

The relationship between the EU and the Latin-American region belongs to the logics of interregionalism. This article approaches this relation especially in what the Latin-American integration is concerned. In this way, in a first moment, a conceptual panorama (from the academic implications of region, regionalism and interregionalism, among others) is offered. By the means of the documentary method, the existence of an EU’s interregional strategy and its possible Americanization was verified. The obtained results showed: the existence of the UE interregional strategy as well as its concretization in the negotiation of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) EU – CAN. The two major conclusions of this article were: First, there is a slight Americanization of this interregional European strategy. The second conclusion is that a deepening of the international presence of Europe as regional actor is observed. It means the deepening of the EU’s soft power. [less ▲]

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See detailInterrelations genetique- environnement: la broncho-pneumopathie chronique obstructive.
Corhay, Jean-Louis ULg; Frusch, Nicolas; LOUIS, Renaud ULg

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2012), 67(5-6), 292-7

Smoking is the main environmental risk factor of COPD and accounts for 85% to 90% of COPD. However, 10-15% of COPD patients have never smoked and only a fraction of smokers ever develop COPD. Indeed ... [more ▼]

Smoking is the main environmental risk factor of COPD and accounts for 85% to 90% of COPD. However, 10-15% of COPD patients have never smoked and only a fraction of smokers ever develop COPD. Indeed, genetic and environmental (pollution, occupational and infectious) factors, also influence the risk of developing COPD. Finaly COPD must be considered as the clinical consequence of multiple complex interactions between environmental factors and genetic susceptibility. The latter is not clearly understood, with the exception of alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. In this article, we present the different aspects of this complex disease which is primarily environmental. [less ▲]

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