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L’expertise du CELAB en formations nationales et régionales des professeurs de fran ais
Maurice Mazunya
Synergies Afrique des Grands Lacs , 2012,
Abstract: L’offre de l’expertise du CELAB en fran ais langue étrangère répond à la fois au thème linguistique et littéraire des Journées scientifiques de Bukavu et à la mission de réussir ensemble du Réseau interuniversitaire des Grands Lacs (RIGL). Elle invite les enseignants-chercheurs des trois pays de la Communauté économique des Grands Lacs (CEPGL) à réfléchir sur la situation du fran ais et des langues partenaires, afin de déboucher sur un projet de recherche intégrateur. La RD Congo, le Rwanda et le Burundi qui sortent à peine des guerres civiles et transfrontalières font face à la reconstruction de leur système éducatif autour d’un plurilinguisme apaisé. Depuis janvier 2008, le CELAB qui est une vitrine de l’Université du Burundi abrite un Master en Didactique du fran ais. Sa régionalisation permettra de mobiliser toutes les compétences nationales et régionales en vue de constituer un vivier d’enseignants de fran ais. Une étude menée au Burundi dans le cadre du projet LASCOLAF, sur les langues de scolarisation en Afrique subsaharienne, insiste sur la création d’un p le de recherches interuniversitaires sur les curricula et la gestion interculturelle et didactique des langues/cultures en contact.
Examining the Mechanism for the Transferability of Leadership Elements to Students: The Case of the Catholic University Institute of Buea (CUIB)  [PDF]
Maurice Ayuketang Nso
Open Journal of Leadership (OJL) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojl.2018.72009
Abstract: This paper recommends what could be a standard definition for the word “leadership”, as it found out that there has been no standard way for defining leadership, and that others have defined leadership based on the leadership elements a leader has but failed to rethink that one could be a bad leader and as such the leadership elements could not be transferred (passed on) to heirs for the simple reason that no one likes bad things.
Time in dynamical systems
Maurice Courbage
Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society , 2004, DOI: 10.1155/s102602260440301x
Abstract: We review some ideas and concepts on the irreversibility of deterministic dynamical systems that have been discussed during several years of collaboration with Ilya Prigogine and B. Misra.
General and microbiological aspects of solid substrate fermentation
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology , 1998,
Abstract: at first some general considerations about specificity and characteristics of ssf, their advantages and disadvantages as compared to lsf, are presented. microorganisms involved in solid substrate fermentations are identified, considering the better performances of filamentous fungi. the solid substrates and their basic macromolecular compounds are detailed in relation to this complex and heterogeneous system. biomass measurement is examined in detail, as well as environmental factors, both essential for studying and optimising solid substrate fermentations.
Reflections on production planning and control (PPC)
Bonney, Maurice;
Gest?o & Produ??o , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-530X2000000300002
Abstract: the paper examines the current state of production planning and control (ppc), identifies some technical and systems changes that have occurred over recent years and links these with the requirements being placed on companies by the market. ppc is being asked to respond effectively to these internal and external changes by being more dynamic and providing better control of resources and delivery performance. some of the requirements to be satisfied by the new ppc systems are identified. to meet these requirements it is suggested that better understanding is required of how different factors affect ppc systems performance and that administrative systems need improving. the quantitative, administrative and behavioural aspects of ppc are discussed. a framework for developing an agenda for action and research is provided.
The coming of age of cosmophysics
Jacob, Maurice;
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0001-37652003000200002
Abstract: ''cosmophysics'' as reviewed is a multidisciplinary domain which brings together astroparticle physics, fundamental physics in space and topics related to the structure and evolution of the universe. it represents a growing interface between high-energy particle physics and astro-physics. this paper presents a general overview of the subject, focusing on cosmology, cosmic rays, dark matter searches and the soon-expected observation of gravitational waves.
Perceptual atoms: proximal motion vector-structures and the perception of object motion in depth
Hershenson, Maurice;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-27492003000600005
Abstract: a framework is proposed for analyzing the perception of motion in depth produced by simple proximal motion patterns of two to four points. the framework includes input structure, perceptual system constraints, and a depth scaling mechanism. the input is relational stimulation described by two proximal dimensions, orientation and separation, that can change or remain constant over the course of a motion pattern. combinations of change or no-change in these dimensions yield four basic patterns of proximal stimulation: parallel, circular, perspective, and parallax. these primary patterns initiate automatic processing mechanisms - a unity constraint that treats pairs of points as connected and a rigidity constraint that treats the connection as rigid. when the constraints are activated by perspective or parallax patterns, the rigid connection between the points also appears to move in depth. a scaling mechanism governs the degree to which the objects move in depth in order to maintain the perceived rigidity. although this framework is sufficient to explain perceptions produced by three- and four-point motion patterns in most cases, some patterns require additional configurational factors to supplement the framework. nevertheless, perceptual qualities such as shrinking, stretching, bending, and folding emerge from the application of the same processing constraints and depth scaling factors as those that produce the perception of rigid objects moving in depth.
Exploring complex sociocultural situations through soft operational research
Yolles, Maurice;
Pesquisa Operacional , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-74382010000200006
Abstract: a paradigm can be thought of as a living commodity system, carried by a self-organising group. the commodity is often "practical knowledge", and the paradigm maintains a life cycle that begins with commodity gestation, leading to commodity depreciation through death or transformation. during its normal life processes paradigm grow their commodities incrementally, but the growth processes become bounded through the very conceptualisations that made them successful, limiting their pragmatic capabilities. paradigms have not only normal lives, but also post-normal lives. in the current cultural environment normal paradigmatic life processes are said to be hard, while post-normal ones are said to be soft, with this change being facilitated through epistemological shift. an illustration of a new framework called sociohistory is shown to be a soft or approach. its purpose is to describe, explore and evaluate complex sociocultural problem situations, with the potential to create intervention strategies that might be able to improve them.
Anotaciones sobre la noción de terapia bifocal en la adolescencia
Revista Colombiana de Psiquiatría , 2008,
Abstract: introduction: stemming from musings around the specificities of psychic functioning in adolescence, novel proposals have emerged regarding the possibility of a just as specific therapeutic framework. bifocal therapy (proposed by ph. jeammet and developed by the author of this article) exemplifies one of these proposals. two therapists intervene, each one in a different time and place: a consultant psychiatrist and a psychotherapist. development: the author proposes a series of hypothesis on why adolescence does not adapt to traditional psychotherapeutic approaches, particularly when failures exist in the ability to mentalize, to maintain a differentiation between inner and outer realities and a tendency to act is clearly present. he also explores the difficult territory of the environment?s concurrence, specially the family, and the vicissitudes that surround the adolescent that requires treatment,shedding evidence on the inevitable intrication of elements from external reality with those that belong to the therapeutic relationship. finally, he defines and explains the functions of the consultant psychiatrist and the psychotherapist in bifocal therapy.
Professor Ottar Sjaastad
Vincent Maurice
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2002,
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