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Bayesian Phylogenetic Infererence: Evaluate MrBayes Run

Saverio Vicario, Giacinto Donvito & Bachir Balech
BioVeL – Biodiversity Virtual e-Laboratory Workflow Documentation Name:Perform Short Bayesian Phylogenetic Inference Capacities Programme of Framework 7: EC e-Infrastructure Programme – e-Science Environments - INFRA-2011-1.2.1 Grant Agreement No: 283359 Project Co-ordinator: Mr Alex Hardisty Project Homepage: [http://www.biovel.eu][1] [1]: http://www.biovel.eu ## 1 Description The Pack contain 3 workflows that perform and validate bayesian phylogenetic inference that differ from the kind of input. The pack is called short because the worlflow require that the user need to...

Synchronous and time-lagged effects between occupational self-efficacy and objective and subjective career success: Findings from a four-wave and 9-year longitudinal study

Andrea E. Abele & Daniel Spurk
We integrated research on the dimensionality of career success into social-cognitive career theory and explored the positive feedback loop between occupational self-efficacy and objective and subjective career success over time (self-efficacy → objective success → subjective success → self-efficacy). Furthermore, we theoretically accounted for synchronous and time-lagged effects, as well as indirect reciprocity between the variables. We tested the proposed model by means of longitudinal structural equation modeling in a 9-year four-wave panel design, by...

On Sexism in Language and Language Change – The Case of Peninsular Spanish

Benedicta Adokarley Lomotey
The Spanish language has been described as a sexist language due to the peculiar characteris-tics of its gender morphology. It is indicated by the o ('masculine') and a ('feminine') gender morphemes which generally represent male and female respectively. This has led to an appar-ent confusion between grammatical gender and biological sex. Against this background, this paper attempts to discover the impact of anti-sexist language proposals on the Spanish language by analyzing sample Spanish newspapers. Of...

Partitioning environmental sequencing data using categorical and phylogenetic information using PhyloH with parsing Qiime

Saverio Vicario
Partitioning environmental sequencing data using categorical and phylogenetic information using PhyloH . The WF need a tree in newick format, a samplefile that show the where the leaf of the tree are found in the different sample and how many time, and a grouping file where the different sample are grouped using a categorical variable. The WF gives back a tabular and graphical representation of an entropy based partitioning of the information present in the...

Banknoten als sprachenpolitisches Instrument

Simon Proell
For modern states, multilingualism is not an exception, but the norm. Most states explicitly deal with the status of their languages through their (often rather sparse) legislation, while implicitly reflecting their policy through language use on official documents. Banknotes provide a link between the official policy and its common application, as they are both a document of the state as well as an object of daily use. Here, the state is responsible for bridging the...

La narrazione dell’Oriente e la svolta letteraria di Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso: il testo-laboratorio dei "Souvenirs dans l’exil"

Flavia Caporuscio
L’articolo analizza la svolta letteraria di Cristina Trivulzio Belgiojoso individuando nei "Souvenirs dans l’exil" (1850) il testo di transito che documenta una tappa fondamentale nell’evoluzione della scrittura dell’autrice. L’opera, che nasce come una raccolta di lettere inviate dall’esilio all’amica francese Caroline Jaubert, esibisce una scrittura ibrida, contrassegnata da una commistione di generi sapientemente organizzati all’interno della cornice formale della lettera privata, e si configura come un vero e proprio testo-laboratorio che presenta manifestamente al lettore...

Impact d’un suivi systématique par appels automatisés sur l’adhésion aux recommandations ergothérapiques suite à l’attribution d’un fauteuil roulant chez des utilisateurs de plus de 50 ans

Claudine Auger, Sarah Beauregard, Jennifer Readman, François Thibault, Aysha Dominique & Élise Jobin
Les théories des comportements de santé suggèrent que les croyances et les caractéristiques personnelles peuvent influer sur l’adhésion aux recommandations cliniques et que certaines mesures incitatives peuvent modifier les comportements de santé. Suite à l’attribution d’un fauteuil roulant (FR), le fait d’offrir un suivi systématique pourrait inciter les usagers à percevoir l’importance d’adopter certains comportements préventifs. Cette étude visait à décrire et à caractériser l’impact d’un suivi systématique informatisé par appels automatisés pour inciter l’adhésion...

Cologny, Fondation Martin Bodmer, Cod. Bodmer 30 : Calendarium (Prayer calendar), Latin Bible selections: Liber Psalmorum, Cantica with prayers; Hymns, etc.

Caelius Sedulius, Cluniacensis Odo, Fortunatus Venantius, Damiani Petrus, Sicula Elpis, Martin Bodmer, Maurus Hrabanus, John R. Abbey, Hans P. Kraus & Papa Gregorius I
This codex from southern Germany is composed of two parts bound together in one German binding in 1569. The first part of the manuscript contains about a hundred leaves from the 12th and 13th centuries. It begins with a calendar featuring numerous constellations and full page illustrations. Following are prayers and liturgical songs. The second part consists of thirty leaves containing a series of Latin prayers in carefully wrought late 14th century Gothic script.

Sagyouryouhou ! Un regard d’étudiant sur le 16ème congrès de la WFOT

Garry Lessard
Sans résumé.

Fully Automatic Danger Zone Determination for SBRT in NSCLC

Michael Mix, Jose Dolz, Sonja Adebahr, Alin Chirindel, Montserrat Carles, Ursula Nestle, Tobias Fechter & Matthias Schlachter
Lung cancer is the major cause of cancer death worldwide. The most common form of lung cancer is non-small cell lung cancer(NSCLC). Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) has emerged as a good alternative to surgery in patients with peripheralstage I NSCLC, demonstrating favorable tumor control and low toxicity. Due to spatial relationship to several critical organs atrisk, SBRT of centrally located lesions is associated with more severe toxicity and requires modification in dose application andfractionation,...

Selbstgerechtigkeit – Selbstermächtigte Status-Degradierungszeremonien von Online-Petitionen bis zum Lynchen 2.0

Wolf-Andreas Liebert
An increasing lack of commitment and brutalization was observed due to the erosion of traditional communities in late modernism (cf. Duerr 1993; Sennet 1998). In Social Media, this is shown as an aggressive style (flaming) or as "hate speech" (cf. Butler 2013), increasingly in organized forms of ensembles of actors of aggression directed specifically against individuals. This libel and these hate acts underlie a complex practice which can be described with Harold Garfinkel's concept as...

Wellington 2013 – Of marriages and happy endings: A reading of Clotilde Masci’s "Vigilia nuziale"

Daniela Cavallaro
"Vigilia nuziale" è un dramma di Clotilde Masci (1918-1985) pubblicato e messo in scena nel 1952. La protagonista Cristina, una donna di circa trent'anni, sta per sposare un uomo che conosce appena, figlio del migliore amico di suo padre. Alla vigilia delle nozze, Cristina si accusa del furto di un anello. Dopo che la confessione del vero ladro prova l’innocenza di Cristina, i preparativi per il matrimonio riprendono come se niente fosse successo. In questo...

Additive Particles in Romance and Germanic Languages: Are They Really Similar?

Sandra Benazzo & Christine Dimroth
The starting point of this paper is the observation of an unequal frequency of the additive particle auch in German as compared to the paucity of its French counterpart aussi, in L1 and L2 developmental data as well as in adult native speakers' production, which leads to an investigation of the reasons for the observed difference in language use. The paper brings together findings on the structure and discourse integration of utterances containing additive particles...

Biome-BGC SA 1.3

Ferenc Horváth, Dóra Krasser, Péter Ittzés & Zoltán Barcza
Biome-BGC is a process-based biogeochemical model that can be used to simulate carbon, nitrogen and water fluxes of different terrestrial ecosystems. Two models have been implemented: the Biome-BGC v4.1.1 Max Planck Institute model, and the newly developed Biome-BGC MuSo 3.0 model. Performance, success or failure of these models are highly dependent on parameter settings and variation. Due to the high number of parameters (around 40 and 60 for 4.1.1 MPI and MuSo respectively) and the...

Wellington 2013 – «There’s no place like home»: The Anxiety of Mobility in the Works of Louise DeSalvo

Bernadette Luciano
The often conflicting emotions associated with home and the tension between mobility and fixity are at the heart of autobiographical works that map Italian American writer Louise DeSalvo’s transition from working class girl to privileged «intellectual nomad» (Bruno 2002, 404). The essay is framed around the theorizing of home as a geographical space and idea and its relationship to widespread and diverse forms of mobility. Migration, exile, transnationalism, tourism, and relocation create a mobile space...

Self-assembled quantum dots in a fully tunable microcavity

Richard Warburton, Peter Lodahl & Lukas Greuter
Diss. Phil.-Nat. Univ. Basel, 2015. - Ref.: Richard J. Warburton, Peter Lodahl

The Influence of Self-efficacy and Compensatory Health Behavior in Bicycle Helmet Use

Monica Susanne Bachmann, Hansjörg Znoj, Nadine Messerli-Buergy, Irena Pjanic & Jürgen Barth
Individuals show compensatory health behavior (e.g. safer cycling without helmet) to compensate for risky behavior. Compensatory health behavior is facilitated by high self-efficacy. A total of 134 cyclists with different helmet wearing frequencies (occasionally (OH) or never helmet (NH)) were asked to fill out a questionnaire on their compensatory health behavior when cycling without a helmet and on their general self-efficacy. An interaction between self-efficacy and use of a helmet on compensatory health behavior was...

Effets du programme d’Apprentissage à l’utilisation du Transport en Commun (ATraCo) : une étude pré-expérimentale

Erin O’Neill, Catherine Bélair, Sara-Maude Girard, Christina Ducharme, Mélanie Levasseur & Maxime Chagnon
Afin de maintenir ou d’augmenter leurs déplacements et leur intégration sociale, notamment pour pallier une cessation de la conduite automobile, l’apprentissage à l’utilisation du transport en commun peut s’avérer essentiel chez les aînés. Peu de programmes ayant cet objectif sont toutefois actuellement disponibles et ont été évalués. La présente étude visait à bonifier et à évaluer les effets d’un programme sur l’apprentissage à l’utilisation du transport en commun chez les aînés. Le Programme d’Apprentissage à...

Il chiarore che deforma – Processi deformanti nella poetica di Amelia Rosselli

Elena Carletti
The poetry of Amelia Rosselli is deeply phenomenological and stems from a tumultuous reality, a state in constant becoming. The chaos of the external reality is interiorized, and subsequently possessed, through a process of deforming filtration. This paper begins by investigating phenomenological implications in the poetics of Amelia Rosselli, which developed in line with similar approaches both in Italy, in the theories of the Gruppo ‘63, and abroad, in an essay written by Charles Olson....

Pourquoi, et comment, écrire dans la Revue Francophone de Recherche en Ergothérapie ?

Cynthia Engels & Martine Brousseau
Sans résumé.

Wellington 2013 – Tastefulness: Fashion, Food, Lust and Domesticity in Matilde Serao’s "La virtù di Checchina" (1884)

Francesca Calamita
Nella cultura occidentale la relazione tra il cibo e le donne è stata sempre percepita come la metafora di qualcos’altro. Dall’episodio biblico di Eva e la mela fino alla società postmoderna, le abitudini alimentari femminili sono state interpretate non solo come manifestazione di necessari atti di nutrizione ma anche come modi per esprimere affetto, sessualità e tendenza al peccato. Allo stesso tempo, il modo di vestire è stato spesso letto, nel corso dei secoli, come...

St. Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. Sang. 745 : Johannes de Deo: Liber iudicum · Bonus Johannes: Ordo iudiciarius · Manfredus de Arriago: Tabula decretalium · Dinus de Mugello: Super regulis iuris Libri Sexti

De Deo Johannes, Ildefons Von Arx, De Segusia Henricus, Pater Pius Kolb, Mugellanus Dinus, De Arriago Manfredus & Fissiraga Bongiovanni
This two-part manuscript was written in Italy in the period between the middle of the 13th and the beginning of the 14th century. It preserves writings concerning procedural law, among them the little known Ordo iudiciarius Quoniam ut ait apostolus, as well as finding aids and surveys on decretal law. The manuscript probably came into the possession of the St. Gall citizen Johannes Widembach († 1456) from a Canon from Zurich, and has been held...

"Nebelsprech" – Sprechen in der parlamentarischen Demokratie

Martin Haase
"Fogspeech" is a variant of Orwellian Newspeak typical of parliamentary Democracy: As it is important in a Democracy to find vast support for political projects, linguistic strategies from advertising are used, esp. positively connotated words, positive framing, hyperbolic speech. At the same time, politicians who want to avoid direct responsibility tend to use nebular expressions, set phrases, passive and impersonal constructions etc. A number of examples are discussed.

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