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Frameworks and design patterns are emerging technologies in software engineering. They increase software quality in terms of reusability, modularity and extensibility. Synchronous groupware can benefit of these new technologies. This article describes AMF-C, a multiagent model which structures each agent with a various number of facets, and two associated(More)
The present study used quantitative volume estimates of the hippocampus based on structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to predict memory performance of individuals with epilepsy of temporal lobe origin (TLE). Twenty individuals with TLE completed standardized neuropsychological tests and a quality of life inventory, and participated in a brain MRI(More)
Loss of bladder function is an important consequence of a spinal cord injury (SCI) but is rarely assessed in animal studies of SCI. Here, we use a simple outcome measure (volume of retained urine) to assess bladder dysfunction over time following moderate contusion injuries at 3 different thoracic levels (T1, T4, or T9) and complete crush injuries (T1 vs.(More)
This paper discusses the advantages of an integrated approach to computer-aided design and more particularly to computer-aided architectural design (CAAD). We have studied different ways of organizing integrated systems, and our work has enabled us to define an integrated system for computer-aided architectural design: SIGMA-ARCHI which we describe. This(More)
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