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"... and beyond requires the introduction of high K dielectrics (e.g. Al2O3, HfSiO) for enhanced storage capacitance [1]. Metal electrodes in a MIS stack will further increase capacitance per unit area and decrease resistance to ensure high speed operation. TiN deposited by ALD or CVD with TiCl4 precurso ..."
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and beyond requires the introduction of high K dielectrics (e.g. Al2O3, HfSiO) for enhanced storage capacitance [1]. Metal electrodes in a MIS stack will further increase capacitance per unit area and decrease resistance to ensure high speed operation. TiN deposited by ALD or CVD with TiCl4
Open Access R Goupil and others Use of plasma metanephrine
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"... dominant but without contralateral suppression. However, using aldosterone/metanephrine ratios (left 9.7 vs peripheral 2.4; right 1.3 vs peripheral 2.5), aldosterone production lateralized to the left with good contralater i t hypercortisolism which can y denied potentially curative ercome this issu ..."
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dominant but without contralateral suppression. However, using aldosterone/metanephrine ratios (left 9.7 vs peripheral 2.4; right 1.3 vs peripheral 2.5), aldosterone production lateralized to the left with good contralater i t hypercortisolism which can y denied potentially curative ercome
JeanChristophe Bernhard2,3 Marine GrossGoupil1
"... Optimal management of renal cell carcinoma in the elderly: a review ..."
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, 2005
"... DRAFT GOUPIL: a tool for the extraction of proof obligations according to the regular structure and contract specifications of Lustre progams ..."
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DRAFT GOUPIL: a tool for the extraction of proof obligations according to the regular structure and contract specifications of Lustre progams
Reflection decompositions in the classical Weyl groups
, 1995
"... In this paper, we present formulas for the number of decompositions ofelements of the Weyl groups of type A., D. and B, as products of a number of reflections that is not necessarily minimal. For this purpose, we consider the poset of conjugacy classes of W introduced in B6dard and Goupil (1992) for ..."
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In this paper, we present formulas for the number of decompositions ofelements of the Weyl groups of type A., D. and B, as products of a number of reflections that is not necessarily minimal. For this purpose, we consider the poset of conjugacy classes of W introduced in B6dard and Goupil (1992
STOCHASTIC EXCITATION OF STELLAR OSCILLATIONS
, 2001
"... Excitation of solar oscillations is attribued to turbulent motions in the solar convective zone. It is also currently believed that oscillations of low massive stars (M < 2 M⊙) which possess an upper convective zone are stochastically excited by turbulent convection in their outer layers. A rec ..."
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Excitation of solar oscillations is attribued to turbulent motions in the solar convective zone. It is also currently believed that oscillations of low massive stars (M < 2 M⊙) which possess an upper convective zone are stochastically excited by turbulent convection in their outer layers. A
Bijective enumeration of permutations starting with a longest increasing subsequence
"... Abstract. We prove a formula for the number of permutations in Sn such that their first n − k entries are increasing and their longest increasing subsequence has length n − k. This formula first appeared as a consequence of character polynomial calculations in recent work of Adriano Garsia and Alain ..."
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Abstract. We prove a formula for the number of permutations in Sn such that their first n − k entries are increasing and their longest increasing subsequence has length n − k. This formula first appeared as a consequence of character polynomial calculations in recent work of Adriano Garsia
N. PelletierFleury (CERMES, CNRS UMR8211 Inserm U988 EHESS, Site CNRS). References
, 2013
"... 2 Gagnadoux F, Le Vaillant M, Goupil F, et al. Influence of marital status and employment status on longterm adherence with continuous positive airway pressure in sleep apnea patients. PLoS One 2011; 6: e22503. 3 Trzepizur W, Le Vaillant M, Meslier N, et al. Independent association between nocturna ..."
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2 Gagnadoux F, Le Vaillant M, Goupil F, et al. Influence of marital status and employment status on longterm adherence with continuous positive airway pressure in sleep apnea patients. PLoS One 2011; 6: e22503. 3 Trzepizur W, Le Vaillant M, Meslier N, et al. Independent association between
A CUTTING PLANE ALGORITHM FOR A CLUSTERING PROBLEM
, 1989
"... In this paper we consider a clustering problem that arises in qualitative data analysis. This problem can be transformed to a combinatorial optimization problem, the clique partitioning problem. We have studied the latter problem from a polyhedral point of view and determined large classes of facets ..."
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In this paper we consider a clustering problem that arises in qualitative data analysis. This problem can be transformed to a combinatorial optimization problem, the clique partitioning problem. We have studied the latter problem from a polyhedral point of view and determined large classes
A SIMPLE MODEL OF TREES FOR UNICELLULAR MAPS
"... We consider unicellular maps, or polygon gluings, of fixed genus. In FPSAC ’09 the first author gave a recursive bijection transforming unicellular maps into trees, explaining the presence of Catalan numbers in counting formulas for these objects. In this paper, we give another bijection that expli ..."
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proof for each of them, in a unified way. For some of these formulas, this is the first bijective proof, e.g. the HarerZagier recurrence formula, or the LehmanWalsh/GoupilSchaeffer formulas. Thanks to previous work of the second author this also leads us to a new expression for Stanley character
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