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    • Plusieurs versions

    Cuboid Subluxation: A Case Study and Review of the Literature

    Adams, Erik, Madden, Chris
    Current Sports Medicine Reports, 2009, Vol.8(6), pp.300-307 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Nous, les grands voyageurs...

    Knowles, Laura
    Madden, Chris, Gros, Emmanuel
    Bruxelles : Casterman
    2018
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    Titre: Nous, les grands voyageurs... / texte de Laura Knowles ; illustrations de Chris Madden ; traduit de l'anglais Emmanuel Gros
    Auteur: Knowles, Laura
    Contributeur: Madden, Chris; Gros, Emmanuel
    Editeur: Bruxelles : Casterman
    Date: 2018
    Collation: 64 p. : ill.
    Sujet RERO: Animaux - Migration - Moeurs et comportement
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Ouvrages pour la jeunesse] - [Ouvrages illustrés]
    Description: Nous, les baleines à bosse, les tortues luths, les caribous, les lemmings, les grands albatros ou les colibris à gorge rubis, nous sommes de grands voyageurs. Au fond des océans, sur terre ou dans le ciel, nous parcourons d'incroyables distances pour trouver à manger, passer l'hiver ou élever nos petits à l'abri. Chaque double page de ce livre raconte une de nos migrations spectaculaires. En route pour notre grand voyage ! (www.decitre.fr)
    Public cible: Enfants (6-9 ans) - Harmos3 - Harmos4 - Harmos5
    Note: Traduit de : We travel so far...
    Classification: BBUL BBUL
    BBULC 591.54
    LIBC 591.54
    LTTC 591.54
    HEPPTC 300.31
    HEPSUP monographie
    Identifiant: 9782203161993 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb45479015h (URN)
    No RERO: R008796721
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008796721/html?view=FR_V1

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    Nous, les animaux architectes

    Knowles, Laura
    Madden, Chris, Béguerie, Basile
    Bruxelles : Casterman
    2019
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    Titre: Nous, les animaux architectes / textes de Laura Knowles ; illustrations de Chris Madden ; traduit de l'anglais par Basile Béguerie
    Auteur: Knowles, Laura
    Contributeur: Madden, Chris; Béguerie, Basile
    Editeur: Bruxelles : Casterman
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 64 pages : illustrations
    Sujet RERO: Animaux - Habitat - Animaux bâtisseurs
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Ouvrages pour la jeunesse] - [Ouvrages illustrés]
    Description: Nous, les abeilles, les tortues gaufrées, les cigognes blanches, les termites, les chimpanzés ou les ours polaires, nous sommes des animaux architectes. Avec une grande ingéniosité, nous construisons des maisons de toutes sortes pour être à l'abri, élever nos petits, séduire nos partenaires ou chasser nos proies. Chaque double page de ce livre présente une de nos impressionnantes constructions. Bienvenue chez nous ! (www.payot.ch)
    Public cible: Enfants (6-9 ans) - Harmos5 - Harmos6 - Harmos7 - Harmos8
    Note: Traduit de: We build our homes
    Classification: BBUL BBUL
    BBULC 591.52
    LTTC 591.52
    HEPPTC 300.31
    HEPSUP monographie
    Identifiant: 9782203180857 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008932300
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008932300/html?view=FR_V1

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    The social construction of anticipatory grief

    Fulton, Graham, Madden, Chris, Minichiello, Victor
    Social science & medicine (1982), 1996, Vol.43(9), pp.1349-1358 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Preparticipation Evaluation of the Wilderness Athlete and Adventurer

    Asplund, Chad A, Madden, Chris, Campbell, Aaron, Islas, Arthur A
    Wilderness & environmental medicine, December 2015, Vol.26(4), pp.1-3 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Long-Term Clinical Outcome Analysis of Poly-Methyl-Methacrylate Cranioplasty for Large Skull Defects

    Jaberi, Joby, Gambrell, Kenneth, Tiwana, Paul, Madden, Chris, Finn, Rick
    Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery, February 2013, Vol.71(2), pp.e81-e88 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    On-chip measurement and characterization for high-speed links

    Madden, Chris, Hai Lan
    2013 IEEE 22nd Conference on Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems, October 2013, pp.viii-ix
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    Titre: On-chip measurement and characterization for high-speed links
    Auteur: Madden, Chris; Hai Lan
    Sujet: System-on-Chip ; Silicon ; Noise ; Educational Institutions ; Tutorials ; Voltage Measurement ; Electrical Engineering
    Description: Today's high-speed interface designers are facing increasingly complex challenges imposed by the requirements of high performance, optimal power efficiency, and often by tight 3-D integration, such as in package-on-package (PoP) systems. Answers to many difficult, yet critical questions, need to be found by measurement inside the high-speed interfaces. What is the signal quality after the package pin and equalization circuitry? What is the relative jitter impact with clock-data-recovery (CDR) on versus off? What is the actual dynamic supply noise experienced by the various sections of the on-chip circuitry? What is the power delivery network (PDN) impedance seen from the silicon? Conventional off-chip probing at the board- or package-pin-level is neither sufficient nor relevant to answer these questions. On-chip signal integrity (SI) and power integrity (PI) characterization techniques are therefore indispensable. This tutorial first gives an overview of on-chip SI/PI measurement requirements. It then reviews several key on-chip measurement concepts and techniques to allow true on-chip SI/PI characterization: · eScope for measuring operating voltage and timing margin of the entire link · eWave for capturing equivalent-time signal waveform as seen by the actual data sampler · nScope for monitoring on-chip power supply noise · zScope for characterizing on-chip self and mutual PDN impedances Application examples for both parallel and serial interfaces will be discussed, including low-power memory interfaces and Serializer/Deserializer (SerDes) links.
    Fait partie de: 2013 IEEE 22nd Conference on Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems, October 2013, pp.viii-ix
    Identifiant: 2165-4107 (ISSN); 9781479907052 (ISBN); 1479907057 (ISBN); 9781479907076 (E-ISBN); 1479907073 (E-ISBN); 10.1109/EPEPS.2013.6703445 (DOI)

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    Effects of salinity and flow interactions on macroinvertebrate traits in temporary streams

    Botwe, Paul K, Carver, Scott, Magierowski, Regina, Mcevoy, Paul, Goonan, Peter, Madden, Chris, Barmuta, Leon A
    Ecological indicators, June 2018, Vol.89, pp.74-83 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    A new method to estimate phases of sinusoidal jitter to evaluate high-speed links

    Yu Chang, Madden, Chris, Schmitt, Ralf
    2011 IEEE 20th Conference on Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems, October 2011, pp.227-230
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    Titre: A new method to estimate phases of sinusoidal jitter to evaluate high-speed links
    Auteur: Yu Chang; Madden, Chris; Schmitt, Ralf
    Sujet: Jitter ; Noise ; Clocks ; Sensitivity ; Noise Measurement ; Timing ; Integrated Circuit Modeling ; Ber ; Jitter ; Phase ; Supply Noise ; Subspace
    Description: Analysis of high-speed links requires modeling of timing noise in devices and clock architecture as well as passive inter-connections. With the increased demand on data rate and low power in mobile devices such as 3D PoP, it is more challenging to predict bit error rate (BER) due to their tighten timing and voltage constraints. Phase relationship among different jitter sources becomes a key player deciding how well links perform. A new method based on the subspace concept is proposed to estimate the phases in multi-tone jitter sequences. Its accuracy is much less sensitive to the size of data than FFT based method. For the first time, the phase of one on-chip jitter sensitivity function is characterized out using limited data from measurement.
    Fait partie de: 2011 IEEE 20th Conference on Electrical Performance of Electronic Packaging and Systems, October 2011, pp.227-230
    Identifiant: 2165-4107 (ISSN); 9781424493982 (ISBN); 1424493986 (ISBN); 9781424494002 (E-ISBN); 9781424494019 (E-ISBN); 1424494001 (E-ISBN); 142449401X (E-ISBN); 10.1109/EPEPS.2011.6100233 (DOI)

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    PASSWORD-PROTECTED PHYSICAL TRANSFER OF PASSWORD-PROTECTED DEVICES

    Serotta Paul Andrew, Reich Jeffery Allen, Madden Chris Anthony
    Espacenet (European Patent Office)
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    Titre: PASSWORD-PROTECTED PHYSICAL TRANSFER OF PASSWORD-PROTECTED DEVICES
    Auteur: Serotta Paul Andrew; Reich Jeffery Allen; Madden Chris Anthony
    Date: 14 November 2013
    Sujet: Electricity ; Electric Communication Technique ; Transmission Of Digital Information, E.G. Telegraphiccommunication ; Physics ; Computing ; Calculating ; Counting ; Electric Digital Data Processing ; Data Processing Systems OR Methods, Specially Adapted Foradministrative, Commercial, Financial, Managerial, Supervisoryor Forecasting Purposes ; Systems OR Methods Specially Adapted FOR Administrative,Commercial, Financial, Managerial, Supervisory OR Forecastingpurposes, Not Otherwise Provided FOR ; Medicine ; Sciences ; Chemistry ; Physics
    Description: A method for password-protected physical transfer of password-protected devices including at a receiving location, generating at least one security file including an encrypted element generated using a one-way encryption function utilizing at least one secure code, transmitting the at least one security file to a shipping location at which the password-protected devices are located, at the shipping location, using at least one shipping location password, loading the at least one security file into at least one password-protected device, shipping the at least one password-protected device to the receiving location and at the receiving location, employing the at least one secure code to supply an input to the at least one password-protected device and employing the at least one security file to enable establishment of at least one receiving location password for the at least one password-protected device which replaces the at least one shipping location password.