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Collection of passenger travel data in Sub-Saharan African cities: Towards improving survey instruments and procedures

Behrens, Roger et al. (2006)

International audience This paper compares experiences in the application of different approaches to passenger travel data collection in francophone and anglophone cities of West, Central and Southern Africa. Its aim is to identify possible improvements through which common problems might be ...

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Preface Learning Design Handbook

Koper, Rob et al. (8 juil. 2005)

Provided as full text at Springer Online (also here). Koper, R. & Tattersall, C. (2005). Preface. In: Koper, R. & Tattersall, C., Learning Design: A Handbook on Modelling and Delivering Networked Education and Training (pp. 3-20). Berlin-Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.

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High density-focused uncertainty sampling for active learning over evolving stream data

Ienco, D. et al. (2014)

Data labeling is an expensive and time-consuming task, hence carefully choosing which labels to use for training a model is becoming increasingly important. In the active learning setting, a classifier is trained by querying labels from a small representative fraction of data. While many approaches ...

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Learning industry against knowledge economy ? Lessons from the French case

Verdier, Eric (2006)

In the context of the ‘knowledge society' paradigm, the paradoxes and tensions observed in the evolution of the French higher education and research system are instructive for an appreciation of the impact and limits of public action in this area. As we have seen, the rapid increase in enrolment ...

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The Ability to Align Vision and Kinaesthesia

Dobbelsteen, John (14 mars 2003)

textabstractWe investigated the human ability to align visually and kinaesthetically perceived end positions of arm movements. We specifically looked at the spatial characteristics of movement endpoints and the responses of the visuomotor system to altered relationships between visual and ...

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21st Century Crises: A New Cosmology Urgently Needed

Lagadec, Patrick (2008)

“Why do we continually seem to be a disaster behind?”. This is the key question behind “Failures of Imagination” or “Failures of Initiative”. The worrying news is that, crisis after crisis, we react as if programmed to do no more than call for “more of the same”: more ready-made ...

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Keeping older workers committed and employed through formal and informal HRD initiatives

Wognum, A.A.M. et al. (2010)

Human resources development (HRD) initiatives are often targeted towards increasing employee organisational commitment. This specifically holds for more informal practices of learning and development, although most learning situations encompass both formal and informal elements. In this chapter a ...

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Impaired motor planning and motor imagery in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy: challenges for the future of pediatric rehabilitation

Steenbergen, B. et al. (2013)

Compromised action performance is one of the most characteristic features of children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy (USCP). Current rehabilitation efforts predominantly aim to improve the capacity and performance of the affected arm. Recent evidence, however, suggests that compromised motor ...

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