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Walking after stroke co-ordination patterns & functional recovery

Buurke, Jacob Hilbert (24 févr. 2005)

The aim of this thesis was to provide quantitative data and a better understanding of the development of co-ordination patterns after stroke, their possible correlation with functional performance and to what extend these co-ordination patterns can be manipulated. In order to quantify muscle co- ...

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Far and mid-infrared studies of star forming regions: Probing their thermal balance, chemistry and evolution

Koumpia, Evgenia (2016)

The goal of this thesis is to understand the physical and chemical processes that take place in regions forming stars, in particular during the early evolutionary stages of star formation. Why do we care about stars and star forming regions? Many elements on Earth were once formed in the heart of a ...

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Residual ovarian activity during oral contraception

Heusden, A.M. (5 févr. 2003)

textabstractThe study objectives in this thesis focus on pituitary-ovarian activity in women using oral contraceptive steroids. Contraceptive steroids influence the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis in order to interfere with normal follicular development and ovulation. Additional effects on the ...

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Source : UPV

Implementation of an optimal strategy for algorithmic debugging

Silva Galiana, Josep Francesc et al. (5 mai 2012)

One of the most automatic debugging techniques is Algorithmic Debugging because it allows us to debug a program without the need to inspect the source code. In order to find a bug, an algorithmic debugger asks questions to the programmer about the correctness of subcomputations in an execution. ...

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Immunophenotyping of hereditary breast cancer

van der Groep, P. (23 juin 2009)

Hereditary breast cancer runs in families where several family members in different generations are affected. Most of these breast cancers are caused by mutations in the high penetrance genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 which account for about 5% of all breast cancers. However, mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 may ...

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As Time Goes By: The Long-Term Psychological Impact of either Regular Surveillance or Prophylactic Mastectomy in Women at Risk for Hereditary Breast Cancer

Heijer, Mariska (13 juin 2012)

textabstractBreast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death in women worldwide. In the Netherlands, approximately 13000 new breast cancer cases are diagnosed annually, mostly occurring in women older than 50 years. In total 12-13% (one in eight) of the ...

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Source : HAL

From Deep State to Islamic State

Filiu, Jean-Pierre (juin 2015)

In his disturbing and timely political history of the ‘Deep State’ in the Middle East, Jean-Pierre Filiu reveals how the autocracies of Syria, Egypt, and Yemen crushed the democratic uprisings of the ‘Arab Revolution’. They did so by turning to the shadowy intelligence agencies and internal ...

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Les écoles centrales

Trenard, Louis (1982)

Louis Trenard : The «Écoles Centrales ». In February 1795 the National Convention decided on the creation of an 'École centrale' in each department in order to restore the education system that had been destroyed during the Revolution. F. de Neufchateau directed their teaching towards a 'moral ...

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Top-expertise for education in sustainability: Innovative ICT-approaches to ‘connect’ students & experts

Brezet, K.M. et al. (26 oct. 2010)

High schools are increasingly concerned about educating and engaging their students in sustainability issues. Consequently, curricula in many schools are being redesigned in order to focus upon these issues and their consequences. The project ‘Scholen voor Duurzaamheid’ (Schools for ...

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Essays on the Production of Human Capital

Gerritsen, Sander (26 sept. 2014)

markdownabstract__Abstract__ 1.1 Background Human capital has been shown to be important for economic growth (e.g. Hanushek and Woessman, 2008). Countries would not flourish and people would be less happy if individuals did not have at least some. Human capital is not fixed, however, as one can ...

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