Jean-Marc David

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Organizing PSM into a some library for reuse reveals two related problems that have thus far received little explicit attention: What is the scope of reuse of a PSM? How distinctive/similar are PSM? In considering the first question, the working hypothesis in constructing such libraries, and in particular the CommonKADS library, has been that PSM are task(More)
The purposes of this project were to summarize more than 279 standard botanical names and their 2294 vernacular ones (French common names, Arabic common names and Moroccan common names) for the first part of database named "Botanicus". The second part of this data base named "Phytotox", concerns relevant toxic data of 120 plants available in Mediterranean(More)
Glaucoma, the second leading cause of blindness is a disease characterized by loss of neural tissue over time. The key issue in dealing with this disease is early detection of its presence or progression, with the rapid initiation or advancement of appropriate treatment. Quantitative analysis of Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer (RNFL) via image processing of(More)
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Organizing PSM into a some library for reuse reveals two related problems that have thus far received little explicit attention: What is the scope of reuse of a PSM? How distinctive/similar are PSM? In considering the first question, the working hypothesis in constructing such libraries, and in particular the CommonKADS library, has been that PSM are task(More)
INTRODUCTION Coriaria myrtifolla L. (Redoul) is a shrub of the Mediterranean area. Poisoning with this plant is often accidental, following ingestion of the plant's fruit that are often mistaken for blackberries. OBSERVATIONS Having eaten Coriaria myrtifolla L. berries, three sisters suffered from acute poisoning. One died. COMMENTS Toxic effects are(More)