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    From Research Data to Intervention Models: Intervening with All Stakeholders

    Des données de la recherche aux modèles d’interventions : intervenir avec toutes les parties prenantes

    Louise Potvin1, Grégory Ninot2,3, Sabine Dutheil4, Anne-Fleur Guillemin5, Jérôme Foucaud5,*

    Psycho-Oncologie, Vol.17, No.3, pp. 109-112, 2023, DOI:10.32604/po.2023.045104

    Abstract This article has no abstract. More >

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    Design and Production of a Patient Guide to Support Return to Work after Breast Cancer: An Application of Intervention Mapping

    Conception et production d’un guide patient pour accompagner la reprise du travail après un cancer du sein : une application de l’Intervention Mapping

    Guillaume Broc1,*, Julien Carretier2,3, Sabrina Rouat4, Laure Guittard5,6, Julien Péron7,8, Béatrice Fervers3,9, Laurent Letrilliart6,10, Philippe Sarnin4, Jean-Baptiste Fassier11,12, Marion Lamort-Bouché6,10

    Psycho-Oncologie, Vol.17, No.3, pp. 167-179, 2023, DOI:10.32604/po.2023.044730

    Abstract Aims: Return to work (RTW) after breast cancer is a complex process that questions the individual trajectories of patients and stakeholders. Program planning in this context requires relying on appropriate methods like Intervention Mapping (IM) which encompasses such complexity. The aim of the methodological study is to describe an application of IM for both the design and production of a patient guide supporting RTW after breast cancer. Procedure: According to IM, the guide was co-constructed with a Community Advisory Board (CAB) of stakeholders (patients/associations, health professionals, companies, institutions) after considering other options (interactive website, mobile application). The design was done… More >

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    Utilisation du modèle PAP/CAR et du SIG pour un zonage du risque d’érosion hydrique

    Exemple du bassin versant de Tessa (Tunisie)

    Nassira Zouaoui, Radhia Mansour, Abdessalem El Ghali

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.29, No.3, pp. 361-380, 2019, DOI:10.3166/rig.2020.00096

    Abstract In the humid Mediterranean regions, particularly the NW of Tunisia, the Tessa catchment area is characterized by torrential and irregular rains, combined with significant deforestation, which causes severe erosion that carries away and redistributes the soil. The process of water erosion is very frequent and changes its dynamic aspect according to the evolution and spatial variation of the lithological nature of rocks, the geomorphology of landscapes, the geometry of watersheds and their bioclimatic situation. In this study, an appropriate methodological flowchart was followed by applying the PAP/RAC erosion mapping method, which is based on the principle of weighting the main… More >

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    Modeling for application data with 3D spatiale feature in MADS

    Chamseddine Zaki1 , Mohamed Ayet1,2, Allah Bilel Soussi2

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.29, No.3, pp. 255-262, 2019, DOI:10.3166/rig.2019.00086

    Abstract A conceptual spatiotemporal data model must be able to offer users a semantic richness of expression to meet their diverse needs concerning the modeling of spatio-temporal data. The conceptual spatiotemporal data model must be able to represent the objects, relationships and events that can occur in a field of study, track data history, support the multirepresentation of these data, and represent temporal and spatial data with two and three dimensions features. The model must also allow the assignment of different types of constraints to relations and provide a complete orthogonality between dimensions and concepts. The MADS model meets several requirements… More >

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    Contribution of real-time traffic density indicators integrated into GIS

    Cyclists’ exposure to air pollution and noise in Mexico City

    Philippe Apparicio1 , Jérémy Gelb1, Paula Negron-Poblete2, Mathieu Carrier1, Stéphanie Potvin1 , Élaine Lesage-Mann1

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.30, No.2, pp. 155-179, 2020, DOI:10.3166/rig.2021.00110

    Abstract Air pollution and road traffic noise are two important environmental nuisances that could be harmful to the health and well-being of urban populations. In Mexico City, as in many North American cities, there has been an upsurge in bicycle ridership. However, Mexico City is also well known for having high levels of noise and air pollution. The purpose of this study is threefold: 1) evaluate cyclists’ exposure to air pollution (nitrogen dioxide) and road traffic noise; 2) identify local factors that increase or reduce cyclists’ exposure, in paying particular attention to the type of road and bicycle path or lane… More >

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    MoGUS, un outil de modélisation et d’analyse comparative des trames urbaines

    Dominique Badariotti, Cyril Meyer, Yasmina Ramrani

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.30, No.2, pp. 181-213, 2020, DOI:10.3166/rig.2021.00109

    Abstract In this paper, we propose a model and a methodology for the analysis of urban fabrics, sets of built morphological units articulated together by urban networks. The core of the paper presents the MoGUS model (Model Generator & analyser for Urban Simulation) and its formalization. This model jointly represents the buildings and the viaires networks of a city in a graph, and allows a comparative analysis of the properties of different urban fabrics, using derived indicators. A study plan applied to four types of archetypal urban fabrics (Hippodamean, medieval, radio-concentric, Haussmannic) generated with the MoGUS tool is presented to illustrate… More >

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    Vers une mesure des « vides alimentaires dans un contexte urbain hétérogène

    Réflexion méthodologique et application à Lyon-Saint-Étienne

    Luc Merchez1 , Hélène Mathian2 , Julie Le Gall3

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.30, No.1, pp. 85-104, 2020, DOI:10.3166/rig.2020.00103

    Abstract The issue of food and characterization of food environments has been the subject of many studies and methodological developments to report and account for accessibility differentials. In the United States most studies are interested in this question with regard to health issues and have led to identify “food deserts”. As part of a project for which the main goal is to explore the transferability of this notion to other spaces, with a broader perspective on spatial justice, we propose a generic framework to shed light on this highly spatial question, generally addressed by qualitative (surveys, interviews) or quantitative methods (GIS-based… More >

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    Analyse des empreintes guidée par un modèle de connaissances pour la compréhension des dynamiques de navigation maritime côtière

    Wissame Laddada1 , Éric Saux2

    Revue Internationale de Géomatique, Vol.31, No.1, pp. 111-133, 2022, DOI:10.3166/RIG31.111-133

    Abstract The spatial footprints, historical or acquired in real time, help to understand the dynamics of their carriers. In a context of coastal maritime navigation, the research presented details the approach of setting up a knowledge model aimed at a semantic analysis of ship footprints. This model is defined on the basis of knowledge gathered from experts in this field, supplemented by textual and graphic descriptions. After having described these navigation principles, we present the stages leading to such a knowledge model. The research is completed by the formalization of rules relating to the visibility of landmarks. Finally, a reasoning leads… More >

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    Crack Propagation and Failure Characteristics of Modeled Concrete with Natural and Brick Aggregates

    Qiong Liu, Jianzhuang Xiao*, Amardeep Singh

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.9, No.7, pp. 1309-1327, 2021, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2021.015326

    Abstract The failure characteristics of recycled concrete containing brick aggregates are still indistinct, especially how the angular aggregates effect the crack propagation. Based on the concept of modeled concrete, the development of cracks in concrete containing the natural aggregate and brick aggregate under a compression loading was studied. The strain distribution was analyzed with the Digital Image Correlation (DIC). The modeled aggregates include circular and squared ones, and the squared modeled aggregates were placed in different orientations, including 0°, 22.5° and 45°. The results show that when the aggregate is placed at 45°, the upper and lower vertices of the aggregate… More >

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    A Re-Parametrization-Based Bayesian Differential Analysis Algorithm for Gene Regulatory Networks Modeled with Structural Equation Models

    Yan Li1,2, Dayou Liu1,2, Yungang Zhu1,2, Jie Liu1,2,*

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.124, No.1, pp. 303-313, 2020, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2020.09353

    Abstract Under different conditions, gene regulatory networks (GRNs) of the same gene set could be similar but different. The differential analysis of GRNs under different conditions is important for understanding condition-specific gene regulatory relationships. In a naive approach, existing GRN inference algorithms can be used to separately estimate two GRNs under different conditions and identify the differences between them. However, in this way, the similarities between the pairwise GRNs are not taken into account. Several joint differential analysis algorithms have been proposed recently, which were proved to outperform the naive approach apparently. In this paper, we model the GRNs under different… More >

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