Camille Noûs

Camille Noûs
French National Centre for Scientific Research | CNRS

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Finite Element codes used for solving the mechanical equilibrium equations in transient problems associated to (time-dependent) viscoelastic media generally relies on time-discretized versions of the selected constitutive law. Recent concerns about the use of non-integer differential equations to describe viscoelasticity or well-founded ideas based...
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The main objective of this work is to analyze finely the influence of cross‐linking on the mechanical properties of polybutylene terephtalate‐based vitrimers. Tensile tests were carried out at four temperatures (80, 100, 130, and 160°C) on a series of vitrimer specimens made by injection molding for which the cross‐linker concentrations were change...
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In domestic species, studying human-animal interactions and their consequences on the establishment of a positive Human-Animal Relationship (HAR) would have applications for both improving animal welfare. Objectify the quality of a HAR requires information on several aspects of the animal biology and emotional states (spatial behaviour, physiologic...
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Bounding the Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) of real-time software requires precise knowledge about the reachable program and hardware states that might be observed at runtime. The analysis of precise cache states is particularly important and challenging. Due to the high cost of cache misses the analysis precision may have an important impact on...
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During the mid-to-late Pliocene (ca. 4–3 Ma), several hominin species were present in central Sahel, eastern and southern Africa. The potential for the discovery of hominin remains from this interval is limited by the availability of exposed Pliocene deposits and the ability to investigate them. As a result, most discoveries have been made in the A...
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We present experiments of sandpiles on grids (square, triangular, hexagonal) and Penrose tilings. The challenging part is to program such simulator; and our javacript code is available online, ready to play! We first present some identity elements of the sandpile group on these aperiodic structures, and then study the stabilization of the maximum s...
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L’utilisation de questionnaires de perception et d’appréciation de l’environnement de travail est souvent une étape préalable dans les interventions visant à promouvoir la santé au travail. Leur utilisation pose deux problèmes récurrents et pourtant rarement discutés : 1) les modèles psychométriques basés sur des traits latents (qui sont censés êtr...
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International audience FFT-based solvers are increasingly used by many researcher groups interested in modelling the mechanical behavior associated to a heterogeneous microstructure. A development is reported here that concerns the viscoelastic behavior of composite structures generally studied experimentally through Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DM...
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By altering gene expression and creating paralogs, genomic amplifications represent a key component of short‐term adaptive processes. In insects, the use of insecticides can select gene amplifications causing an increased expression of detoxification enzymes, supporting the usefulness of these DNA markers for monitoring the dynamics of resistance a...
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Discreet Mobility within the Popular Milieu This article analyses “discreet” professional mobility within stabilised fractions of the popular classes, using a novel and collective means, namely household monographs. The proposed approach reveals a “household” logic that throws light on these professional mobilities. In taking into account the artic...
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FFT-based solvers are increasingly used by many researcher groups interested in modelling the mechanical behavior associated to a heterogeneous microstructure. A development is reported here that concerns the viscoelastic behavior of composite structures generally studied experimentally through Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA). A parallelized comp...
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Résumé. Depuis une dizaine d’années, la mise en ligne libre des images satellitaires à haute résolution a permis la découverte de très nombreux desert kites, constructions en pierre de très grande taille qui jalonnent les marges désertiques du Croissant fertile. Leur nombre et l’étendue de leur répartition géographique laissent soupçonner un phénom...
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Cultivated plants usually differ from their wild progenitors in several morphological and/or physiological traits. Their microbe communities might also differ because of adaptation to new conditions related to cultivation. To test this hypothesis, we investigated morphological traits in a parthenogenetic root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) fr...
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This paper reflects on the recent changes in the French academic world. Drawing on a series of significant figures and statistics, the author traces the ongoing dismantling of French higher education and research, up to the recent law on multi-year research programming (LPPR).
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L’art rupestre permet parfois de supposer l’utilisation de techniques non détectées par l’archéologie, comme les façons d’approcher le gibier ou l’utilisation de flèches empoisonnées. Quelques exemples sont donnés dans le cas de la chasse à la girafe. ----- Rock art sometimes makes it possible to hypothesise the use of techniques not detected by ar...
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Enriching the life of farm animals is an obligation in intensive farming conditions. In pigs, manipulable materials are mandatory when no bedding is available. Like manipulable objects, positive human interactions might be considered as enrichment, as they provide the animals occasions to interact, increase their activity and lead to positive emoti...
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Nos travaux portent sur le développement d'un système contextuel automatisant les décisions d'irrigation en fonction des mesures des capteurs. Plus précisément, cet article présente le développement des ontologies intitulées CASO et IRRIG : CASO organise l'ensemble des données manipulées par un sys-tème contextuel. L'ontologie IRRIG est une spécial...
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Automata networks are a very general model of interacting entities, with applications to biological phenomena such as gene regulation. In many contexts, the order in which entities update their state is unknown, and the dynamics may be very sensitive to changes in this schedule of updates. Since the works of Aracena et al., it is known that update...
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We present experiments of sandpiles on grids (square, triangular, hexagonal) and Penrose tilings. The challenging part is to program such simulator; and our javacript code is available online, ready to play! We first present some identity elements of the sandpile group on these aperiodic structures, and then study the stabilization of the maximum s...
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By altering gene expression and offering a hold for selection by creating paralogs, genomic duplications represent a key component of short-term adaptive processes. In insects, the use of insecticides can select gene duplications causing an increased expression of detoxification enzymes, supporting their usefulness for monitoring the dynamics of re...
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The aggregated cells were discovered during the fieldworks about desert kites conducted on the western slopes of Mount Aragats between 2011 and 2015, which is not surprising after all: the two categories of constructions share some logics of location in the landscape and it turns out that their respective extension areas, in Armenia, are very simil...
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We study the Single-Parton-Scattering (SPS) production of double quarkonia (J/ψ+J/ψ, J/ψ+ϒ, and ϒ+ϒ) in pp and pp¯ collisions at the LHC and the Tevatron as measured by the CMS, ATLAS, LHCb, and D0 experiments in the Colour-Evaporation Model (CEM), based on the quark-hadron-duality, including Next-to-Leading Order (NLO) QCD corrections up to αs5. T...
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We developed a new mutationally well-balanced 32 Y-STR multiplex (CombYplex) together with a machine learning (ML) program PredYMaLe to assess the impact of STR mutability on haplogourp prediction, while respecting forensic community criteria (high DC/HD). We designed CombYplex around two sub-panels M1 and M2 characterized by average and high-mutat...
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We study the Single-Parton-Scattering (SPS) production of double quarkonia (J/psi+J/psi, J/psi+Upsilon, and Upsilon+Upsilon) in pp and pp(bar) collisions at the LHC and the Tevatron as measured by the CMS, ATLAS, LHCb, and D0 experiments in the Colour-Evaporation Model (CEM), based on the quark-hadron-duality, including Next-to-Leading Order (NLO)...
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We monitor the time evolution of the temperature of phononic collective modes in a one-dimensional quasicondensate submitted to losses. At long times the ratio between the temperature and the energy scale mc^2mc2 , where mm is the atomic mass and cc the sound velocity takes, within a precision of 20%, an asymptotic value. This asymptotic value is o...
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Food security is a crucial issue in the Sahel and could be endangered by climate change and demographic pressure during the 21st century. Indeed, people in rural areas mainly practice rainfed agriculture for subsistence during the monsoon rainfall season. Higher temperatures and changes in rainfall induced by global warming are threatening food pro...
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We introduce varying spin strengths to the Ising model, a central pillar of statistical physics. With inhomogeneous physical systems in mind, but also anticipating interdisciplinary applications, we present the model on network structures of varying degrees of complexity. We solve it for the generic case of power-law spin strength and find that, wi...
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Automata networks are a very general model of interacting entities, with applications to biological phenomena such as gene regulation. In many contexts, the order in which entities update their state is unknown, and the dynamics may be very sensitive to changes in this schedule of updates. Since the works of Aracena et. al, it is known that update...
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A study of methodological nature demonstrates the efficiency of a probation test allowing for the intrinsic character of a rheological constitutive law to be assessed. Such a law is considered here for Semi-Crystalline Polymers exhibiting necking and for large deformation. In the framework of a (, ,,) behavior's law, tensile experiments conducted a...
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