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'Artefactual' accounts of category-specific disorders for living things have highlighted that compared to nonliving things, living things have lower name frequency, lower concept familiarity and greater visual complexity and greater within-category structural similarity or 'visual crowding' [7]. These hypotheses imply that deficits for living things are an(More)
This article investigates the transition between semi-formal AOSE methodologies and FIPA compliant agent implementation tools. It focuses on the translation between an implementation independent design and an implementation dependent detailed design/ implementation. It is illustrated on a case study using a subset of the MESSAGE methodology whose modelling(More)
GRAIL[1] is a tool designed by RE practionners for RE practionners, to help them really engineer requirements. The tool relies on KAOS[2], the goal-driven requirements methodology. It helps industrial projects to succeed by effectively and systematically eliciting the requirements, defining system's agents and artefacts along with their expected behaviours.(More)
Despite generalisation of anti-D immunoprophylaxis, RhD allo-immunisation still remains the major cause of severe haemolytic disease of the fetus and of the newborn (HDFN). The routine follow up of pregnant women comprises: the ABO/D, Rh/Kell red cells typing and the search for irregular antibodies. In case of anti-D immunisation, the paternal Rh phenotype,(More)
Structure/function relationship of proteins belonging to the family of receptors coupled to GTP-binding proteins. Eur. (1991) Model systems for the study of seven-transmembrane-segment receptors. (1991) Cloning of the gene for a human dopamine D 5 receptor with higher affinity for dopamine than D 1. (1990) Molecular cloning and expression of a dopamine D 2(More)
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