Jennifer Langlois

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Recently, several papers have investigated color-induced olfactory biases in wine tasting. In particular, Morrot et al. reported that visual information mostly drove wine description and that odor information was relatively unimportant in wine tasting. The present paper aims to study the relationship between the color of wine and its odor through a(More)
From ab initio calculations on various clusters representing the La2-xSrxCu(1)O(4) and Y(1)Ba(2)Cu(3)O(7) classes of high-temperature superconductors, it is shown that (i) all copper sites have a Cu(II)(d(9))oxidation state with one unpaired spin that is coupled antiferromagnetically to the spins of adjacent Cu(II) sites; (ii) oxidation beyond the cupric(More)
We report a listening test conducted to investigate the validity of sinusoids+noise synthesis models for interior aircraft sounds. Two models were evaluated, one for monaural signals and the other for binaural signals. A parameter common to both models is the size of the analysis/synthesis window. This size determines the computation cost, and the(More)
—A method for spectral and spatial multichannel analysis/synthesis of interior aircraft sounds is presented. We propose two extensions of the classical sinusoids+noise model, adapted to multichannel stationary sounds. First, a spectral estimator is described, using average information across channels for spectral peak detection. Second, the residual(More)
The Canonical Function Method (CFM) is a powerful method that solves the radial Schrödinger equation for the eigenvalues directly without having to evaluate the eigenfunctions. It is applied to various quantum mechanical problems in Atomic and Molecular physics with presence of regular or singular potentials. It has also been developed to handle single and(More)
We have designed and implemented a parallel 3D prestack depth migration algorithm based on recursive Kirchhoff extrapolators. Recursive Kirchhoff wavefield extrapolation in the frequency-space domain allows us to use the Weyl formulation, which should give better estimates of the phase than either the GPSPI (generalized phase shift plus interpolation) or(More)
The equations for the magnon pairing theory of high-temperature copper-oxide-based superconductors are solved and used to calculate several properties, leading to results for specific heat and critical magnetic fields consistent with experimental results. In addition, the theory suggests an explanation of why there are two sets of transition temperatures(More)
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