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Le meeting politique : De la délibération à la manifestation (1868-1939)

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ISBN: 9782753567535 DOI: 10.4000/books.pur.103518 Language: French
Publisher: Presses universitaires de Rennes
Subject: History
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Ce livre dévoile la spectaculaire transformation des meetings politiques depuis les dernières années du Second Empire jusqu’à la fin de la Troisième République. Conçus initialement par leurs promoteurs républicains comme un lieu d’apprentissage de la citoyenneté et de formation du jugement politique à travers le débat contradictoire et rationnel, les meetings se muent peu à peu, à l’initiative des diverses formations politiques qui émergent alors, en une scène dédiée à la démonstration de force. Ce dévoiement se repère dès le tournant du XXe siècle, mais s’observe bien plus encore dans le fonctionnement des grands meetings partisans de l’entre-deux-guerres. Face à cette transformation, le pouvoir n’hésite pas, dans la seconde moitié des années 1930, à revenir sur les dispositions libérales qui fondaient le droit de réunion depuis 1881. Le travail de Paula Cossart, à la croisée de l’histoire et de la science politique, est une contribution importante à notre connaissance de la vie politique sous la Troisième République. Forme essentielle de participation politique collective, les meetings de cette période n’avaient pourtant jamais fait l’objet d’une recherche de grande ampleur. L’auteure s’inscrit aussi dans la réflexion, plus actuelle que jamais, sur le statut du débat public au sein des régimes représentatifs. La démocratie participative a une histoire, que ce livre contribue à retracer.

Dynamic Truck Meeting (DTM) : ein Prozess- & Schnittstellenstandard zur Realisierung von dynamischen Begegnungsverkehren mit Hilfe von Dispositions- und Telematik-Systemen. Band 1 (Prozess-Standard) und Band 2 (Schnittstellenstandard). (KIT Scientific Reports ; 7613 und 7614)

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ISBN: 9783866448490 Year: DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000028211 Language: GERMAN
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Science (General)
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Im Projekt Dynamic Truck Meeting (DTM) wurde ein anbieterunabhängiger Prozess- und Schnittstellenstandard zur Realisierung von dynamischen Begegnungsverkehren mit Hilfe von Telematik- und Dispositionssystemen erarbeitet. Im Prozessmodell sind alle Abläufe bis auf die Ebenen einzelner Prozessschritte in UML standardisiert. Zur informationstechnischen Unterstützung der Prozesse sind im Schnittstellenstandard alle notwendigen Nachrichten in XML spezifiziert.

International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) World Congress 2014

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Book Series: Frontiers Research Topics ISSN: 16648714 ISBN: 9782889450602 Year: Pages: 407 DOI: 10.3389/978-2-88945-060-2 Language: English
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Subject: Botany --- Science (General)
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The field of proteomics has advanced considerably over the past two decades. The ability to delve deeper into an organism’s proteome, identify an array of post-translational modifications and profile differentially abundant proteins has greatly expanded the utilization of proteomics. Improvements to instrumentation in conjunction with the development of these reproducible workflows have driven the adoption and application of this technology by a wider research community. However, the full potential of proteomics is far from being fully exploited in plant biology and its translational application needs to be further developed. In 2011, a group of plant proteomic researchers established the International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) to advance the utilization of this technology in plants as well as to create a way for plant proteomics researchers to interact, collaborate and exchange ideas. The INPPO conducted its inaugural world congress in mid 2014 at the University of Hamburg (Germany). Plant proteomic researchers from around the world were in attendance and the event marked the maturation of this research community. The Research Topic captures the opinions, ideas and research discussed at the congress and encapsulates the approaches that were being applied in plant proteomics.The field of proteomics has advanced considerably over the past two decades. The ability to delve deeper into an organism’s proteome, identify an array of post-translational modifications and profile differentially abundant proteins has greatly expanded the utilization of proteomics. Improvements to instrumentation in conjunction with the development of these reproducible workflows have driven the adoption and application of this technology by a wider research community. However, the full potential of proteomics is far from being fully exploited in plant biology and its translational application needs to be further developed. In 2011, a group of plant proteomic researchers established the International Plant Proteomics Organization (INPPO) to advance the utilization of this technology in plants as well as to create a way for plant proteomics researchers to interact, collaborate and exchange ideas. The INPPO conducted its inaugural world congress in mid 2014 at the University of Hamburg (Germany). Plant proteomic researchers from around the world were in attendance and the event marked the maturation of this research community. The Research Topic captures the opinions, ideas and research discussed at the congress and encapsulates the approaches that were being applied in plant proteomics.

Green, Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Networks

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ISBN: 9783039280384 9783039280391 Year: Pages: 382 DOI: 10.3390/books978-3-03928-039-1 Language: English
Publisher: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Subject: General and Civil Engineering --- Technology (General)
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The book Green, Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Networks provides insights and solutions for a range of problems in the field of obtaining greener, energy-efficient, and sustainable networks. The book contains the outcomes of the Special Issue on “Green, Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Networks” of the Sensors journal. Seventeen high-quality papers published in the Special Issue have been collected and reproduced in this book, demonstrating significant achievements in the field. Among the published papers, one paper is an editorial and one is a review, while the remaining 15 works are research articles. The published papers are self-contained peer-reviewed scientific works that are authored by more than 75 different contributors with both academic and industry backgrounds. The editorial paper gives an introduction to the problem of information and communication technology (ICT) energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, presenting the state of the art and future trends in terms of improving the energy-efficiency of wireless networks and data centers, as the major energy consumers in the ICT sector. In addition, the published articles aim to improve energy efficiency in the fields of software-defined networking, Internet of things, machine learning, authentication, energy harvesting, wireless relay systems, routing metrics, wireless sensor networks, device-to-device communications, heterogeneous wireless networks, and image sensing. The last paper is a review that gives a detailed overview of energy-efficiency improvements and methods for the implementation of fifth-generation networks and beyond. This book can serve as a source of information in industrial, teaching, and/or research and development activities. The book is a valuable source of information, since it presents recent advances in different fields related to greening and improving the energy-efficiency and sustainability of those ICTs particularly addressed in this book

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internet-of-things --- opportunistic networks --- wireless power transfer --- inter-meeting time --- Markov chain --- node speed --- battery capacity --- node density --- energy-efficient Ethernet --- QoS --- SDN --- real-time traffic --- ONOS --- image compressive sensing (CS) --- green internet of things (IoT) --- measurement structure --- random structural matrices --- linear recovery --- Internet of Things --- malware detection --- adversarial samples --- machine learning --- edge computing --- clustering --- physical-layer authentication --- lightweight cipher --- channel state information --- lightweight authentication --- HetNets --- interference coordination --- energy efficiency --- stochastic geometry --- Device-to-Device (D2D) --- peer discovery --- energy harvesting --- social awareness --- PHY-layer --- light-weight authentication --- neural network --- WSN --- industrial --- wireless power transfer --- directional charging vehicle --- charging efficiency --- RWSN --- green networking --- energy aware routing --- carbon footprint --- adaptive link rate --- control and data plane --- 5G --- energy-efficiency --- sustainability --- NOMA --- energy harvesting --- amplify-and-forward --- imperfect CSI --- successive interference cancellation (SIC) --- machine learning --- LTE-A --- energy efficiency --- resource block allocation --- bisection based optimal power allocation --- water filling algorithm --- proportional rate constraint --- mobile edge computing --- IoT --- RF Fingerprinting --- authentication --- cooperative smart community --- scheduling algorithm --- consumer preferences --- renewables --- software defined networking (SDN) --- data center --- optimization --- traffic engineering --- energy awareness --- energy-efficiency --- wireless --- green --- sustainable --- data centre --- networks --- ICT --- 5G --- power --- wired access --- IoT --- spatial modulation --- multiple-input multiple-output --- full-duplex --- self-interference cancellation --- symbol error probability

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