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The accuracy and the precision of a simple and reliable technique for the extraction and the counting of third stage larvae densities of gastro-intestinal strongyles of ruminants from pasture samples are assessed in tropical conditions, i.e. for pangola pastures and for the genera of Haemonchus and Trichostrongylus. To separate the larvae from herbage(More)
MDE (Model-Driven Engineering) is a recent software engineering discipline that focuses on models within the software development process. It has allowed several significant improvements in the development of complex software systems by providing the means that enable to switch from one abstraction level to another or from one modelling space to another.(More)
Early delivery is not rare, it is an important cause of perinatal mortality. In this study its rate, was 4.95%. The early and late ages of procreation were particularly interested (7.95%) and 3.90%. The first and last parities were more exposed (7.75%-5.31%). The woman occupation was as an important risk-factor. The incidences increased in the poor and rich(More)
Based on the state of the art of process mining, we can conclude that quality characteristics (failure rate metrics or loops) are poorly represented or absent in most predictive models that can be found in the literature. The main goal of this present research work is to analyze how to learn prediction model defining failure as response variable. A model of(More)
The objective 1 of the OMG's standard SPEM is to propose shared concepts for describing software and even systems processes. The SPEM 2.0 metamodel proposes concepts that are quite generic to describe model-driven development processes. Indeed, the artifacts of those processes are essentially models and relationships between them are numerous (e.g. impact,(More)
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