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The RISIS Patent database derives from the EPO PATSTAT (Version April 2017), a database provided by the European Patent Office and considered as a reference in the field of patent intelligence and statistics. It contains bibliographical patent data from leading industrialised and developing countries. Building on competencies accumulated over the years and mobilizing dedicated resources, IFRIS UPEM, as a research center specialized in quantitative STI, has incorporated in the RISIS Patentdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3667571 fatcat:y4z4ssl335f4ngvgwrgojgmvgm
more »... se a series of improvements, stemming from outside providers or from its own proprietary developments (filling of missing data, calculations of indicators, geocoding of addresses and their allocation to functional urban areas, classification of technologies, typology of applicants).
So, you will gather and download in the exported geojson file only shapes where at least one point from your dataset have been projected. ) . ) Villard, Lionel & Ospina, Juan Pablo (2018). ... Villard, Lionel, Opsina, Juan Pablo & Medina, Luis Daniel (2019). CorText Geospatial Exploration Tool. ESIEE Paris, Paris Est University. https://docs.cortext.net/cortext-geospatial-exploration-tool/ ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3665290 fatcat:pbedl3zzgvgv5dwh3ljrvobr3m
In this paper, we i n tegrate some results on automatic structuration of video in a multimedia authoring system. For that purpose, we identify the speci c video structuration requirements of this kind of application and we propose an XML syntax for the description of the structure, the temporal and spatial organization of video. Finally we d escribe a prototype application that takes advantage of this structured video format.doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-6771-7_15 fatcat:uhhk4nzd25e6bi5uqkz526dzim
This paper contributes to the modeling of audiovisual information with a particular focus on the description needs for the composition of video elements (character, shot, scene, etc.) with other media information (text, sound, image, etc) inside multimedia document. This model has been experimented through an authoring and presentation tool called VideoMadeus. The resultants are illustrated with several examples of document where spatio-temporal synchronization of video is required.doi:10.1142/9789812791993_0020 fatcat:looo6wve25gjnegjw6z27inwta
Characterising collaboration practices (Larédo and Villard 2015) drove to two major results. First the share of intercontinental collaborations remained marginal (around 8% of total collaborations). ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3946614 fatcat:7mn7wfl7gbebjdscvh2jmwh4vq
RISIS Core Facility Building an infrastructure integrating data and services for the humanities Presentation of RCF and Cortext as a Service at the STI Compass Workshop, June 17th 2022doi:10.5281/zenodo.6655938 fatcat:g7sgjiozmjdirfbxipv4cakapi
Email addresses: email@example.com (Aitor Arjona), firstname.lastname@example.org (Pedro García López), email@example.com (Josep Sampé), firstname.lastname@example.org (Aleksander Slominski), email@example.com (Lionel Villard ...arXiv:2106.00583v1 fatcat:avhaphrx7ngbfemqxv4see7pve
Lionel Villard: Validation, Writing -review & editing, Supervision. Table 1 1 Maximum number of processed events/second using Redis Streams, Kafka and RabbitMQ. ...doi:10.1016/j.future.2021.06.004 fatcat:ynu7isevebdvzp7vgo2psshra4
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In this paper we present a general framework for document production that covers generic document model needs and adaptation needs. We define a multimedia document model called Madeus that describes multimedia scenarios. We show how this model is used for the generation of adaptable presentations. This presentation process is based on XSLT transformation techniques and constraint technologies for document formatting.doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39916-2_9 fatcat:lid42amoezhvpp6uuapeztyfau
As XQuery is gathering momentum as the standard query language for XML, there is a growing interest in using it as an integral part of the XML application development infrastructure. In that context, one question which is often raised is how well XQuery interoperates with other XML languages, and notably with XSLT. XQuery 1.0  and XSLT 2.0  share a lot in common: they share XPath 2.0 as a common sub-language and have the same expressiveness. However, they are based on fairly differentdoi:10.1145/1060745.1060844 dblp:conf/www/FokoueRSV05 fatcat:myqn2mca2fhwzolabfb44oqd2i
more »... gramming paradigms. While XSLT has adopted a highly declarative template based approach, XQuery relies on a simpler, and more operational, functional approach. In this paper, we present an approach to compile XSLT 2.0 into XQuery 1.0, and a working implementation of that approach. The compilation rules explain how XSLT's template-based approach can be implemented using the functional approach of XQuery and underpins the tight connection between the two languages. The resulting compiler can be used to migrate a XSLT code base to XQuery, or to enable the use of XQuery runtimes (e.g., as will soon be provided by most relational database management systems) for XSLT users. We also identify a number of areas where compatibility between the two languages could be improved. Finally, we show experiments on actual XSLT stylesheets, demonstrating the applicability of the approach in practice.
doi:10.1145/511446.511508 dblp:conf/www/VillardL02 fatcat:yscfn4uohze2fnib4qijwpbepe
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Antibody responses against Anopheles salivary proteins can indicate individual exposure to bites of malaria vectors. The extent to which these salivary proteins are species-specific is not entirely resolved. Thus, a better knowledge of the diversity among salivary protein repertoires from various malaria vector species is necessary to select relevant genus-, subgenus-and/or species-specific salivary antigens. Such antigens could be used for quantitative (mosquito density) and qualitativedoi:10.1186/1471-2164-13-614 pmid:23148599 pmcid:PMC3542285 fatcat:pviq6rexljbyvcho3wkxjwf66q
more »... to species) immunological evaluation of malaria vectors/host contact. In this study, salivary gland protein repertoires (sialomes) from several Anopheles species were compared using in silico analysis and proteomics. The antigenic diversity of salivary gland proteins among different Anopheles species was also examined. Results: In silico analysis of secreted salivary gland protein sequences retrieved from an NCBInr database of six Anopheles species belonging to the Cellia subgenus (An. gambiae, An. arabiensis, An. stephensi and An. funestus) and Nyssorhynchus subgenus (An. albimanus and An. darlingi) displayed a higher degree of similarity compared to salivary proteins from closely related Anopheles species. Additionally, computational hierarchical clustering allowed identification of genus-, subgenus-and species-specific salivary proteins. Proteomic and immunoblot analyses performed on salivary gland extracts from four Anopheles species (An. gambiae, An. arabiensis, An. stephensi and An. albimanus) indicated that heterogeneity of the salivary proteome and antigenic proteins was lower among closely related anopheline species and increased with phylogenetic distance. Conclusion: This is the first report on the diversity of the salivary protein repertoire among species from the Anopheles genus at the protein level. This work demonstrates that a molecular diversity is exhibited among salivary proteins from closely related species despite their common pharmacological activities. The involvement of these proteins as antigenic candidates for genus-, subgenus-or species-specific immunological evaluation of individual exposure to Anopheles bites is discussed.
Proceedings of the 2001 ACM Symposium on Document engineering - DocEng '01
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The study aims at advancing our understanding of the regional structure of knowledge production in European regions. To this aim, the paper introduces two novelties: first, the researchers developed a classification of European regions that, while still being compatible with EUROSTAT-NUTS, is more adapted to the distribution of knowledge activities and, notably, provides for a better delineation of metropolitan regions and knowledge hubs. Second, building on data provided by the RISIS-KNOWMAKdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6033930 fatcat:byqdpslvf5gobbzq5jheqyvuv4
more »... oject, the researchers are able to analyze knowledge production through its different sages, from human resources training to S&T production until transfer to spin-off companies. Preliminary results confirm previous insights on the concentration of knowledge production in large metropolitan areas, but also display significant differences between dimensions of knowledge production in the regional hierarchy; they also highlight the important role of middle-sized 'knowledge hubs' characterized by a high intensity.
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