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- M Gallet
- Presse medicale
- 1986

The antianginal activity of trimetazidine was evaluated in a double-blind, multicentric, drug-versus-placebo study. The 32 male patients who entered the study (mean age 59.5 years) were suffering from stable angina pectoris. The stability of angina was tested by two exercise tests performed at the beginning and at the end of a two-week preselection period… (More)

- E Cadet, D Capron, +5 authors J Rochette
- Journal of medical genetics
- 2005

BACKGROUND
Genetic testing can determine those at risk for hereditary haemochromatosis (HH) caused by HFE mutations before the onset of symptoms. However, there is no optimum screening strategy, mainly owing to the variable penetrance in those who are homozygous for the HFE Cys282Tyr (C282Y) mutation. The objective of this study was to identify the majority… (More)

- Matteo Gallet, Georg Nawratil, Josef Schicho
- ArXiv
- 2014

This paper deals with the old and classical problem of determining necessary conditions for the overconstrained mobility of some mechanical device. Methods from algebraic geometry have already been used to investigate these mobility conditions, and we propose some tools specifically developed for the so–called n–pods. In particular, we focus on the… (More)

From September 1985 to December 1986, 100 patients undergoing percutaneous placement of a transvenous "LGM" caval filter were included in a multicenter prospective trial. Peripheral venograms completed by pulmonary arteriography or scintigraphy were obtained for all patients. Eighty-five patients had experienced pulmonary embolism, 59 had iliocaval… (More)

- Matteo Gallet, Christoph Koutschan, Zijia Li, Georg Regensburger, Josef Schicho, Nelly Villamizar
- Math. Comput.
- 2017

Designing mechanical devices, called linkages, that draw a given plane curve has been a topic that interested engineers and mathematicians for hundreds of years, and recently also computer scientists. Already in 1876, Kempe proposed a procedure for solving the problem in full generality, but his constructions tend to be extremely complicated. We provide a… (More)

- M Gallet, J F Aupetit, E Servan, M Lestaevel, M Lopez, G Chassoux
- Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux
- 1994

In order to evaluate the outcome of information given to patients included in a therapeutic trial after having signed a consent form, 77 patients (68 men, 9 women with an average age of 57.9 years) included in the IMPACT study (multicenter, randomised, double-blind protocol, the main objective of which was to assess the antiarrhythmic effect of oral… (More)

- Matteo Gallet, Georg Nawratil, Josef Schicho
- ArXiv
- 2014

Motivated by results on the mobility of mechanical devices called pentapods, this paper deals with a mathematically freestanding problem, which we call Möbius Photogrammetry. Unlike traditional photogrammetry, which tries to recover a set of points in three–dimensional space from a finite set of central projection, we consider the problem of reconstructing… (More)

- Matteo Gallet, Georg Nawratil, Josef Schicho, Jon M. Selig
- ArXiv
- 2016

Pods are mechanical devices constituted of two rigid bodies, the base and the platform, connected by a number of other rigid bodies, called legs, that are anchored via spherical joints. It is possible to prove that the maximal number of legs of a mobile pod, when finite, is 20. In 1904, Borel designed a technique to construct examples of such 20-pods, but… (More)

- Matteo Gallet, Georg Nawratil, Josef Schicho
- J. Symb. Comput.
- 2017

The complete classification of hexapods — also known as Stewart Gough platforms — of mobility one is still open. To tackle this problem, we can associate to each hexapod of mobility one an algebraic curve, called the configuration curve. In this paper we establish an upper bound for the degree of this curve, assuming the hexapod is general enough. Moreover,… (More)

This is a study of a problem in geodesy with methods from complex algebraic geometry: for a fixed number of measure points and target points at unknown position in the Euclidean plane, we study the problem of determining their relative position when the viewing angles between target points seen from measure points are known. In particular, we determine all… (More)