FERREIRA, OSCAR

Ce travail met en lumière les représentations du pouvoir royal qui se sont affrontées jusqu’en 1848 pour remplir le programme de réconciliation des « deux France » voulu par Louis XVIII. Elles se répartissent entre le désir du retour à l’Ancien Régime et la tentative de renouveler la fonction royale. Opposés aux ultraroyalistes, les partisans de ce...

Grusea, Simona Labarre, Anthony

The prefix exchange distance of a permutation is the length of its shortest factorisation into transpositions that all contain 1. Using a probabilistic approach, we obtain expressions for the mean and the variance, and prove the asymptotic normality of the distribution of this distance for a random permutation verifying the Ewens sampling formula. ...

Martin, Olivier Fernandez-Diclo, Yasmil Coville, Jerome Soubeyrand, Samuel

Insect-borne diseases are diseases carried by insects affecting humans, animals or plants. They have the potential to generate massive outbreaks such as the Zika epidemic in 2015-2016 mostly distributed in the Americas, the Pacific and Southeast Asia, and the multi-foci outbreak caused by the bacterium {\it Xylella fastidiosa} in Europe in the 2010...

Albea-Sanchez, Carolina

The main objective of this work is to propose a novel paradigm for the design of two layers of control laws for DC-bus microgrids in islanded mode. An intensive attention will be paid to the inner control level for the regulation of DC-DC electronic power converters, where the use of Hybrid Dynamical System theory will be crucial to formulate and e...

Sivasankaran, Sunit Vincent, Emmanuel Fohr, Dominique

We investigate the effect of speaker localization on the performance of speech recognition systems in a multispeaker, multichannel environment. Given the speaker location information , speech separation is performed in three stages. In the first stage, a simple delay-and-sum (DS) beamformer is used to enhance the signal impinging from the speaker l...

Bouquet, Valentin Delbot, François Picouleau, Christophe

We characterize the vertices belonging to all minimum dominating sets, to some minimum dominating sets but not all, and to no minimum dominating set. We refine this characterization for some well studied sub-classes of graphs: chordal, claw-free, triangle-free. Also we exhibit some graphs answering to some open questions of the literature on minimu...

Bensmail, Julien Das, Sandip Nandi, Soumen Pierron, Théo Paul, Soumyajit Sen, Sagnik Sopena, Eric

Pushable homomorphisms and the pushable chromatic number $\chi_p$ of oriented graphs were introduced by Klostermeyer and MacGillivray in 2004. They notably observed that, for any oriented graph $\overrightarrow{G}$, we have $\chi_p(\overrightarrow{G}) \leq \chi_o(\overrightarrow{G}) \leq 2 \chi_p(\overrightarrow{G})$, where $\chi_o(\overrightarrow{...

CHEIKH ALI, HUSSEIN

We consider Hardy-Sobolev nonlinear equations on domains with singularities. We introduced this problem in Cheikh-Ali [4]. Under a local geometric hypothesis, namely that the generalized mean curvature is negative (see (6) below), we proved the existence of extremals for the relevant Hardy-Sobolev inequality for large dimensions. In the present pap...

Martínez Rodríguez, Kerlyns Bossy, Mireille Maftei, Radu Shekarforush, Seyedafshin Henry, Christophe

The agglomeration of colloidal particles is investigated numerically in the context of complex turbulent flows. For that purpose, Lagrangian one-point pdf methods are used to track the motion of parcels (which represent a group of real particles) in a turbulent flow simulated using RANS turbulence models while agglomeration is treated inside each c...

Rakoto-Raharimanana, Hérilalaïna Morin-Messabel, C.

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