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See detailCognitive modulation of pain
FAYMONVILLE, Marie-Elisabeth ULg; TEUWIS, Sandrine ULg; VERSCHEURE, Sara ULg et al

in Actes du 26th International Winter Symposium : Update in Cardiothoracic Anesthesia (2010, January)

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See detailUn bilan de la culture en Belgique
Husson, Jean-François ULg; Houdart, Christine; Paindavoine, Isabelle

in Faits & Gestes (2010), (35), 1-14

Ce n° de Faits & Gestes synthétise l'ensemble du bilan de la culture réalisé par la Communauté française. Il détaille les financements des activités culturelles par les Communautés, les Régions, les ... [more ▼]

Ce n° de Faits & Gestes synthétise l'ensemble du bilan de la culture réalisé par la Communauté française. Il détaille les financements des activités culturelles par les Communautés, les Régions, les pouvoirs locaux et l'Etat fédéral, y compris dans une perspective de comparaison entre entités politiques et de secteurs prioritaires. [less ▲]

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See detailLes dieux védiques Varuna et Indra dans le Canon bouddhique pâli
Verpoorten, Jean-Marie ULg

in Studia Asiatica (2010), 11

Les êtres divins et surnaturels du Veda n’ont pas disparu des écrits canoniques du Bouddhisme alors même le Buddha lui-même avait une attitude agnostique envers eux. Indra y apparaît régulièrement sous le ... [more ▼]

Les êtres divins et surnaturels du Veda n’ont pas disparu des écrits canoniques du Bouddhisme alors même le Buddha lui-même avait une attitude agnostique envers eux. Indra y apparaît régulièrement sous le nom de Sakka. Varuņa par contre y est plutôt rare. Raison de plus pour nous pencher sur un curieux passage du canon pāli où il pourrait être présent incognito. Le 23e des longs sermons (Dīghanikāya) est celui qu’un disciple de Buddha, Kumāra Kassapa, adresse au roi Pāyāsi pour le convertir au Bouddhisme. Ce prince est un libre-penseur qui ne croit ni à l’au-delà ni à l’âme et qui impose ses convictions à son peuple. L’histoire où nous pouvons peut-être reconnaître Varuņa est racontée par le moine et se résume comme suit : une caravane de 1000 chariots, qui s’avance d’est en ouest, est divisée en deux. Un des groupes voit venir à lui, durant le trajet dans le désert, un personnage « inhumain » (amanusa), sombre, aux yeux rouges, armé d’un carquois et d’une guirlande de lotus. Il a les cheveux et les vêtements mouillés et son char tiré par un âne est boueux. Il déclare aux gens du convoi qu’il vient d’un lieu riche en bois, eau et herbe et qu’il n’y a pas lieu de faire des provisions. La caravane poursuit sa route et, au moment où elle se rend compte qu’elle a été trompée, elle est dévorée par un démon cannibale (yakka). Ce personnage menteur et assassin rappelle par certains traits le dieu védique Varuņa. Il est de l’ouest comme ce dernier ; il est mouillé et son char est boueux, à l’instar de Varuņa, dieu des eaux. Il a les yeux rouges d’abord comme le bouc-émissaire qui, lors d’un rite védique, est dédié à « Néantise » (Nirṛti) et aussi comme le bouffon qui, dans les pièces du théâtre indien, a pour modèle Varuņa. Enfin le récit ajoute qu’il tient en main un kalāpa , une touffe de liens pour enchaîner les âmes, ce qui sied à un dieu redoutable comme Varuņa. A l’inverse de ce personnage malfaisant, le dieu védique Indra –Sakka en bouddhique-est plutôt bienveillant envers les humains, car il est, comme eux, soumis à la transmigration et redoute également les pouvoirs surnaturels des ascètes bouddhiques qui mettent en échec ses pouvoirs divins. [less ▲]

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See detailA brief history of software resources for qualitative analysis
Lejeune, Christophe ULg

in Reber, Bernard; Brossaud, Claire (Eds.) Digital Cognitive Technologies. Epistemology and Knowledge Society (2010)

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See detailEDUCATE State of the Art Professional Practice
Altomonte, Sergio; Attia, Shady ULg

Report (2010)

State of the Art of Environmental Sustainability in Professional Practice. The results of a survey about Environmental Sustainability in the professional practive of architecture and construction.

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See detailBuilding Performance Simulation Tools: Selection Criteria and User Survey
Attia, Shady ULg

Report (2010)

This report reviews potential challenges and opportunities for using Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools. After reviewing current trends in building simulation, it outlines major criteria for BPS ... [more ▼]

This report reviews potential challenges and opportunities for using Building Performance Simulation (BPS) tools. After reviewing current trends in building simulation, it outlines major criteria for BPS tools selection and evaluation based on analyzing user’s needs for tools capabilities and requirement specifications. The research methodology is based on a literature review and two online surveys. The findings are based on an inter-group comparison between architects’ vis-à-vis engineers’. The aim is to rank BPS tools selection criteria and compare ten state-of-the-arts BPS tools in the USA market. Lastly, the paper presents five criteria composed to stack up against theories and practices of building performance simulation. Based on the experience gained during the survey, the suggested criteria is critically reviewed and tested. The final results indicate a wide gap between architects and engineers priorities and tools ranking. This gap is discussed and suggestions for improvement to current BPS tools are presented. [less ▲]

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See detailA Rege Desiderio fundata milleno centeno renovata: i murali di S. Pietro ad Oratorium presso Capestrano
D'Alberto, Claudia ULg

in Cantieri e maestranze nell’Italia medievale, DE RE MONASTICA II (2010)

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See detailVade-Mecum à l'usage des gestionnaires de mosquée en Région de Bruxelles-Capitale
Husson, Jean-François ULg; De Greef, Christine; Jurfest, Sophie et al

Learning material (2010)

This handbook was elaborated at the request of the Brussels-Capital Region in order to help the administrators of the newly recognised mosques on its territory. It covers the general background of church ... [more ▼]

This handbook was elaborated at the request of the Brussels-Capital Region in order to help the administrators of the newly recognised mosques on its territory. It covers the general background of church-state relations in Belgium and presents more specific aspects (budgeting, accounting, procurements, internal organisation, ...). [less ▲]

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See detailTLC UE-CAN como un instrumento para la integración regional latinoamericana
Parra Santamaria, Lusmiriam Andrea ULg

Diverse speeche and writing (2010)

This communication is about the Free Trade Agreements FTA (in general) and the way they can be used as political instruments. For the specific case of this FTA EU-ACN, our approach shows that the objectif ... [more ▼]

This communication is about the Free Trade Agreements FTA (in general) and the way they can be used as political instruments. For the specific case of this FTA EU-ACN, our approach shows that the objectif of using it for stimulating regional integration in latinamerica has not been got. In contrast, its negociation has been a factual cause of regional dispersion for the Andean countries. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Soudière des Trois Lucs (Marseille) - Études historiques
Olive, Gilles ULg

in Newsletter MIP Provence (2010), 1(2010-05), 1-19

L'article décrit les recherches historiques sur une soudière du 19e siècle aux 3 Lucs à Marseille afin de la localiser avec précision et peut être trouver des ruines.

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See detailL'organisation socio-politique des collectifs médiatisés. De quelques controverses internes à l'Open Directory Project
Lejeune, Christophe ULg

in Jacquemain, Marc; Delwit, Pascal (Eds.) Engagements actuels, actualité des engagements (2010)

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See detailDu Un au Triple. Réflexions sur la mise en place de la triade d’Imet et l’évolution d’un système théologique local
Razanajao, Vincent ULg

in Bareš, Ladislav; Coppens, Filip; Smolarikov, Květa (Eds.) Egypt in Transition. Social and Religious Development of Egypt in the First Millennium BCE. Proceedings of an International Conference, Prague, September 1-4 2009 (2010)

Attested from the Thinite Period (ca 3100-2650 BC) onwards and mentioned in the Text Pyramids, the goddess of Imet (Imtyt) settled in a specific part of the Egyptian land only at a late stage of her ... [more ▼]

Attested from the Thinite Period (ca 3100-2650 BC) onwards and mentioned in the Text Pyramids, the goddess of Imet (Imtyt) settled in a specific part of the Egyptian land only at a late stage of her history. After being present in the area of the ancient Avaris from the Middle Kingdom (1990-1760 BC) on, where she acquired the name of Uadjet, Lady of Imet, it is at the very beginning of the 18th Dynasty (1539-1292 BC) that her cult settled in what is nowadays the modern site of Tell el-Faraun, in the Eastern Delta. Documents from and about Imet allow to trace the theological evolution of the place, which shows the appearance and disappearance of several deities at the goddess’ side. This paper examines these evolutions and especially focuses on the development of a local Triad during the 1st Millennium BC. [less ▲]

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See detailPolymer maximum drag reduction: A unique transitional state
Dubief, Yves; White, Christopher M.; Shaqfeh, Eric S. G. et al

in Annual Research Briefs (2010)

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See detailFull-system RANS of the HyShot II scramjet Part 2: Reactive cases
Terrapon, Vincent ULg; Pecnik, Rene; Ham, Frank et al

in Annual Research Briefs (2010)

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See detailFull-system RANS of the HyShot II scramjet Part 1: Numerics and non-reactive simulations
Pecnik, Rene; Terrapon, Vincent ULg; Ham, Frank et al

in Annual Research Briefs (2010)

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See detailContribution à la connaissance de l’ichtyofaune de l’Inkisi au Bas-Congo (RD du Congo)
Wamuini Lunkayilakio, Soleil; Vreven, Emmanuel; Vandewalle, Pierre ULg et al

in Cybium (2010), 34(1), 83-91

L’étude de la composition et de la distribution de la faune ichtyologique de la partie congolaise de la rivière Inkisi a permis d’inventorier 61 espèces réparties en 37 genres appartenant à 15 familles ... [more ▼]

L’étude de la composition et de la distribution de la faune ichtyologique de la partie congolaise de la rivière Inkisi a permis d’inventorier 61 espèces réparties en 37 genres appartenant à 15 familles. Les Cyprinidae sont les mieux représentés avec 15 espèces. Les Mormyridae, Cichlidae et Clariidae viennent ensuite avec respectivement 11, 9 et 7 espèces. La composition spécifique des communautés des poissons est différente, du cours supérieur vers l’aval. Le profil longitudinal de cette partie de l’Inkisi est caractérisé par la présence de trois chutes qui sont, de l’aval vers l’amont : la chute de Mantumpu (8 m de hauteur) à l’entrée de l’Inkisi dans le fleuve Congo, la chute de Zongo (58 m) à 6 km du confluent et la chute de Sanga (24 m) à 10 km de la chute de Zongo. La présence de ces chutes sur le cours de la rivière semble avoir influencé l’ichtyofaune et pourrait même être à l’origine du nombre important d’espèces endémiques en amont. Si l’on s’en tient au cours principal, la différence entre la richesse spécifique en amont et celle en aval n’est pas significative, probablement à cause de la morphologie du bassin. La richesse et la composition spécifique de la partie comprise entre les deux chutes (Zongo et Sanga) ne diffèrent pas de celles de l’amont de la chute de Sanga. Toutefois, cette composition est fort différente de celle de la zone tout en aval. [less ▲]

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See detailHow bright is the Io UV footprint?
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg; Grodent, Denis ULg; Gérard, Jean-Claude ULg et al

Conference (2010)

The electro-magnetic interaction between Io and the Jovian magnetosphere generates a perturbation in the magnetospheric plasma which propagates along the magnetic field lines and creates auroral footprint ... [more ▼]

The electro-magnetic interaction between Io and the Jovian magnetosphere generates a perturbation in the magnetospheric plasma which propagates along the magnetic field lines and creates auroral footprint emissions in both hemispheres. Recent results showed that this footprint is formed of several spots and an extended tail. Each feature is suggested to correspond to a different step in the propagation of the perturbation and in the electron energization processes. The present study focuses on the variations of the spots' brightness at different timescales from minutes to years through the rotation period of Jupiter. It relies on FUV images acquired with the STIS and ACS instruments onboard the Hubble Space Telescope. Since the footprint is composed of several localized features, a good understanding of the emission region geometry is critical to derive the actual vertical brightness and thus the precipitated energy flux. We developed a 3D emission model in order to assess as precisely as possible the respective contribution of each individual feature and to correctly estimate the precipitating energy flux. As far as the brightness variations on timescales of minutes are concerned, we will present results from the high time resolution campaign executed during summer 2009. On timescale of several hours, we will show that the variation of the emitted power as a function of the location of Io in the plasma torus suggests that the Jovian surface magnetic field strength is an important controlling parameter. Finally, the measured precipitated power and particle fluxes will be discussed in comparison with recent simulations considering both Alfvén waves filamentation and electron acceleration when the Alfvén waves become inertial. [less ▲]

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See detailHow large is the Io UV footprint?
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg; Grodent, Denis ULg; Gérard, Jean-Claude ULg et al

Conference (2010)

Located close to the feet of the magnetic field lines connecting Io to each Jovian hemisphere, the Io footprint is the auroral signature of the electromagnetic interaction between Io and Jupiter's ... [more ▼]

Located close to the feet of the magnetic field lines connecting Io to each Jovian hemisphere, the Io footprint is the auroral signature of the electromagnetic interaction between Io and Jupiter's magnetosphere. It consists of several spots followed downstream by an extended tail. The size of the main spot is expected to scale to the size of the interaction region close to Io. Consequently, this quantity is crucial to understand the processes involved. However, the main spot size is a controversial issue as previously published values range from ~400 km to ~10000 km, leading to contradictory conclusions. Based on observations carried on with the Hubble Space Telescope STIS and ACS FUV instruments from 1997 to 2009, we estimate the size of the main footprint spot on a much larger image sample than previously. Additionally, we carefully selected the images in order to avoid viewing geometry ambiguities when measuring the spatial extent of the different features. The main spot length along the footpath is ~900 km while its width perpendicular to the footpath is <200 km. The spot length is larger than the projected diameter of Io along unperturbed magnetic field lines, which appears to be consistent with recent simulations. The vertical extent and the peak altitude of the main spot are similar to those measured in the tail. Nevertheless, the secondary spot attributed to trans-hemispheric electron beams has been measured to peak at ∼200 km below the main spot and the tail, which confirms their different origins. [less ▲]

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