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Greimas retrouvé / Greimas rediscovered

The seminars are organized by the Finnish Network University of Semiotics and International Semiotics Institute (ISI) at Imatra. The director of the Summer School, the Finnish Network University of Semiotics, and the ISI is Professor Eero Tarasti, and the summer school is funded by the European Social Fund and State Provincial Office of Southern Finland. You can visit the International Semiotics Institute website.
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Coccinelle: synergy between programming language research and the Linux kernel

The Linux kernel underlies all kinds of systems across the computing landscape, from embedded systems to supercomputers. Today, the number of developers contributing to a given Linux kernel version is almost 2000. These range from developers who have many years of experience and work on core parts of the kernel to new developers who contribute a single device driver or bug fix. This volume of contributors and range of experience levels implies that devising means to unambiguously communicate information about kernel properties across the ...
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Numerical Optimal Transport and Applications

Optimal transport (OT) has become a fundamental mathematical theoretical tool at the interface between calculus of variations, partial differential equations and probability. It took however much more time for this notion to become mainstream in numerical applications. This situation is in large part due to the high computational cost of the underlying optimization problems. There is however a recent wave of activity on the use of OT-related methods in fields as diverse as computer vision, computer graphics, statistical inference, machine learning and image ...
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La programmation du Web diffus

L'informatique individuelle a été profondément bouleversée par les smartphones et les tablettes. En l'espace de quelques années, ces périphériques ont rattrapé en nombre, mais presque aussi en capacité, les ordinateurs individuels que nous utilisons depuis les années 1980. Comme les téléphones sont très peu encombrants nous les portons (presque) toujours avec nous. Comme de plus ils sont très connectés au monde réel par une multitude de capteurs et au monde électronique par une large couverture réseau, ils permettent la réalisation de nouvelles applications ...
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Speculating Seriously in Distributed Computing

If we are ever to understand what computers can collectively do, we need a new theory of complexity. Recent evolutions, including the cloud and the multicore, are turning computing ubiquitously distributed, rendering the classical complexity theory of centralized computing at best insufficient. A complexity theory for distributed computing has emerged in the last decades, measuring complexity for each specific model of the networked environment, represented by an adversary that may provoke asynchrony, failures, contention, etc. This one adversary - one result approach led to ...
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