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  • Quarterly Report (QR8)

    Bégin , Marc-Elian; Blanchet , Christophe; Cassidy , Kathryn; Floros , Evangelos; Fontan , Javier; Huedo , Eduardo; Kenny , Stuart; Llorente , Ignacio; Loomis , Charles; Merifield , Louise; Montero , Rubén; Muñoz Frutos , Henar; O'Callaghan , David (2012)
    Projects: EC | STRATUSLAB (261552)
    Comprehensive report on the progress of the StratusLab project in Q8.

    Prediction of proximal femoral fracture by using Quasi-brittle damage with anisotropic behaviour model

    Bettamer , Awad; Hambli , Ridha; Berkaoui , Abdelwahed; Allaoui , Samir (2011)
    International audience; A femoral fracture caused by the osteoporosis becomes increasingly important goal for both clinicians and biomedical researchers in order to evaluate and to prevent the risk of neck femur fracture. Over the last years, a large number of 3D FE models based on quantitative computed tomography (QCT) which can account for the three-dimensional proximal femur and bone density distribution have been developed to predict proximal femur fractures. Most previously published mod...

    Dual Molecular Effects of Dominant RORA Mutations Cause Two Variants of Syndromic Intellectual Disability with Either Autism or Cerebellar Ataxia

    Guissart , Claire; Latypova , Xenia; Rollier , Paul; Khan , Tahir; Stamberger , Hannah; McWalter , Kirsty; Cho , Megan; Kjaergaard , Susanne; Weckhuysen , Sarah; Lesca , Gaetan; Besnard , Thomas; Ounap , Katrin; Schema , Lynn; Chiocchetti , Andreas ,; McDonald , Marie;... (2018)
    International audience; RORα, the RAR-related orphan nuclear receptor alpha, is essential for cerebellar development. The spontaneous mutant mouse staggerer, with an ataxic gait caused by neurodegeneration of cerebellar Purkinje cells, was discovered two decades ago to result from homozygous intragenic Rora deletions. However, RORA mutations were hitherto undocumented in humans. Through a multi-centric collaboration, we identified three copy-number variant deletions (two de novo and one domin...

    A combined strategy of analysis for the localization of heterogeneous form fields in ancient pre-printed records

    Lemaitre , Aurélie; Camillerapp , Jean; Carton , Cérès; Coüasnon , Bertrand , (2018)
    International audience; This paper deals with the location of handwritten fields in old pre-printed registers. The images present the difficulties of old and damaged documents, and we also have to face the difficulty of extracting the text due to the great interaction between handwritten and printed writing. In addition, in many collections, the structure of the forms varies according to the origin of the documents. This work is applied to a database of Mexican marriage records, which has bee...

    Scalable Query-based Faceted Search on top of SPARQL Endpoints for Guided and Expressive Semantic Search

    Guyonvarch, Joris (2013)
    Because the Web of Documents is composed of structured pages that are not meaningful to machines, search in the Web of Documents is generally processed by keywords. However, because the Web of Data provides structured information, search in the Web of Data can be more precise. SPARQL is the standard query language for querying this structured information. SPARQL is expressive and its syntax is similar to SQL. However, casual user can not write SPARQL queries. There is a search system for the ...
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