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Consistency of maximum-likelihood and variational estimators in the Stochastic Block Model

- Alain Celisse, J.-J. Daudin, L. Pierre
- Mathematics
- 17 May 2011

The stochastic block model (SBM) is a probabilistic model de- signed to describe heterogeneous directed and undirected graphs. In this paper, we address the asymptotic inference on SBM by use of… Expand

A semi-parametric approach for mixture models: Application to local false discovery rate estimation

- S. Robin, A. Bar-Hen, J. Daudin, L. Pierre
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- Comput. Stat. Data Anal.
- 1 August 2007

A procedure to estimate a two-component mixture model where one component is known is proposed. The unknown part is estimated with a weighted kernel function. The weights are defined in an adaptive… Expand

The Rational Index of the Dyck Language D'*-1

- Jean-Luc Deleage, L. Pierre
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 3 November 1986

Intégration du comportement thermomécanique des pièces dans l'analyse des spécifications géométriques : application à une turbine de moteur d'hélicoptère

- L. Pierre
- Physics
- 2011

La performance d'un moteur d'helicoptere est fortement correlee a la performance de la turbine haute pression, et plus particulierement a l'influence des differents composants constitutifs. Le… Expand

The Energy Management Adviser at EDF

- Pierre Chaussecourte, Birte Glimm, I. Horrocks, Boris Motik, L. Pierre
- Computer Science
- International Semantic Web Conference
- 21 October 2013

The EMA (Energy Management Adviser) aims to produce personalised energy saving advice for EDF's customers. The advice takes the form of one or more 'tips', and personalisation is achieved using… Expand

Integration of thermomechanical strains into tolerancing analysis

- L. Pierre, D. Teissandier, Jean-Pierre Nadeau
- Engineering
- 21 February 2009

To improve the performance of a helicopter turboshaft engine requires optimising the energy yield of the different components, and more particularly controlling clearance between the tips of the high… Expand

Rational Indexes of Generators of the Cone of Context-Free Languages

- L. Pierre
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 30 March 1992

The rational index ϱL of a non-empty language L is a non-decreasing function fromN∗ into N, whose asymptotic behavior can be used to classify languages. The rational index behaves well when combined… Expand

Twelve sublattice ordered phase in the J 1 − J 2 model on the kagomé lattice

- J. Domenge, P. Sindzingre, C. Lhuillier, L. Pierre
- Physics
- 17 February 2005

Motivated by recent experiments on an $S=1∕2$ antiferromagnet on the kagom\'e lattice, we investigate the Heisenberg ${J}_{1}\ensuremath{-}{J}_{2}$ model with ferromagnetic ${J}_{1}$ and… Expand

Model for heterogeneous random networks using continuous latent variables and an application to a tree-fungus network.

The mixture model is a method of choice for modeling heterogeneous random graphs, because it contains most of the known structures of heterogeneity: hubs, hierarchical structures, or community… Expand

Rational Index of Context-Free Languages in exp Theta(p root n) and n^(Theta((ln n)^(1/p)))

- L. Pierre, Jean-Marc Farinone
- Mathematics, Computer Science
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 1 May 1988

There are many ways to measure the complexity of languages. Rational index, introduced by Boasson and Nivat in [3], is one of them and behaves well when combined with rational transductions: if L⩾L'… Expand