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See detailLand of the Red Soil: War Ruins and Industrial Landscape in Luxembourg
Camarda, Sandra UL

in Daly, Selena; Salvante, Martina; Wilcox, Vanda (Eds.) Landscapes of the First World War (2018)

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See detailTowards a Roadmap for Privacy Technologies and the General Data Protection Regulation : A transatlantic initiative
Schiffner, Stefan UL; Berendt, Bettina; Siil, Triin et al

in Tsouroulas, Nikolaos; Rannenberg, Kai; Medina, Manel (Eds.) proceedings of the Annual Privacy Forum 2018 (2018)

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See detailAccurate filtering of privacy-sensitive information in raw genomic data
Decouchant, Jérémie UL; Fernandes, Maria UL; Volp, Marcus UL et al

in Journal of Biomedical Informatics (2018)

Sequencing thousands of human genomes has enabled breakthroughs in many areas, among them precision medicine, the study of rare diseases, and forensics. However, mass collection of such sensitive data ... [more ▼]

Sequencing thousands of human genomes has enabled breakthroughs in many areas, among them precision medicine, the study of rare diseases, and forensics. However, mass collection of such sensitive data entails enormous risks if not protected to the highest standards. In this article, we follow the position and argue that post-alignment privacy is not enough and that data should be automatically protected as early as possible in the genomics workflow, ideally immediately after the data is produced. We show that a previous approach for filtering short reads cannot extend to long reads and present a novel filtering approach that classifies raw genomic data (i.e., whose location and content is not yet determined) into privacy-sensitive (i.e., more affected by a successful privacy attack) and non-privacy-sensitive information. Such a classification allows the fine-grained and automated adjustment of protective measures to mitigate the possible consequences of exposure, in particular when relying on public clouds. We present the first filter that can be indistinctly applied to reads of any length, i.e., making it usable with any recent or future sequencing technologies. The filter is accurate, in the sense that it detects all known sensitive nucleotides except those located in highly variable regions (less than 10 nucleotides remain undetected per genome instead of 100,000 in previous works). It has far less false positives than previously known methods (10% instead of 60%) and can detect sensitive nucleotides despite sequencing errors (86% detected instead of 56% with 2% of mutations). Finally, practical experiments demonstrate high performance, both in terms of throughput and memory consumption. [less ▲]

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See detailLa mémoire de la "Résistance" au prisme d'une histoire croisée des associations d'anciens résistants du Luxembourg, de l'Alsace, de la Moselle et de la Belgique de l'Est (1944-2017)
Hoffmann, Elisabeth Jeanne Suzette UL

Doctoral thesis (2018)

Notre thèse, qui a pu être réalisée grâce au soutien du Fonds national de la Recherche du Luxembourg et qui s’est faite dans le cadre du projet de recherche « Partizip 2 » de l’Université du Luxembourg et ... [more ▼]

Notre thèse, qui a pu être réalisée grâce au soutien du Fonds national de la Recherche du Luxembourg et qui s’est faite dans le cadre du projet de recherche « Partizip 2 » de l’Université du Luxembourg et en cotutelle avec l’Université de Lorraine, est une analyse de la mémoire de la « Résistance » depuis 1944 à 2017 par le biais d’une histoire comparée des associations d’anciens résistants du Luxembourg, de l’Alsace, de la Moselle et de la Belgique de l’Est. Il s’agit des territoires, qui, lorsque les Allemands lancent leur offensive à partir du 10 mai 1940 en Europe de l’Ouest, sont annexés (de fait) au IIIe Reich. Au cours de notre recherche, nous avons pu constater d’importantes asymétries entre ces territoires au niveau des médias mémoriels présents, comme les monuments, les musées ou les statuts juridiques en hommage aux anciens résistants. Si au Luxembourg la mémoire de la « Résistance » est plus développée par rapport aux régions françaises et belges, cela s’explique du fait qu’elle a évolué dans un contexte national « homogène ». En effet, les Alsaciens, Mosellans et Belges de l’Est doivent situer leur passé régional particulier dans un paysage mémoriel national qui s’articule autour de l’occupation et où le contexte spécifique de l’annexion (de fait) est peu connu. Or, les asymétries mémorielles n’apparaissent pas seulement entre l’Etat luxembourgeois et les régions françaises et belges, mais également entre les régions mêmes. Si l’explication de la différence entre échelles nationales et régionales est pertinente lorsque nous comparons le Luxembourg et les régions françaises et belges, elle ne permet pourtant pas de comprendre les variations mémorielles entre ces régions. Quelles sont donc les raisons de ces asymétries mémorielles ? Ou autrement formulé : quels facteurs favorisent l’intensification de la mémoire de la « Résistance » ? Afin de déterminer ces facteurs, nous avons choisi d’effectuer une histoire comparée des associations d’anciens résistants du Luxembourg, de l’Alsace, de la Moselle et de la Belgique de l’Est, qui sont des acteurs de mémoire décisifs puisque souvent à l’origine des médias mémoriels que nous venons d’évoquer. Cette démarche nous a permis de mettre en évidence des clés d’interprétation qu’une étude isolée de chaque espace en question ne rendrait pas visible. Au cours de notre recherche, nous avons déterminé plusieurs facteurs qui peuvent favoriser l’intensification de la mémoire de la « Résistance » : la coordination efficace des projets collectifs des associations d’anciens résistants par le biais d’une organisation unique ou d’un porte-parole commun, les concurrences mémorielles et la participation politique qui incitent les associations d’anciens résistants à se mobiliser, favorisant ainsi l’émergence de médias mémoriels de la « Résistance » et finalement le développement des associations d’anciens résistants et de leurs médias mémoriels dans le contexte de la globalisation de la mémoire. Ces facteurs, qui sont intrinsèquement liés et qu’il faut ainsi concevoir dans une perspective dynamique et interdépendante, sont présentés dans les chapitres de notre analyse empirique, qui est agencée en trois parties. Une première partie se consacre à l’émergence des associations d’anciens résistants et à leurs activités liées à l’immédiat après-guerre dans le contexte du rapatriement et de l’entraide, de l’épuration et de la reconstruction. Un deuxième chapitre analyse la lutte des associations d’anciens résistants pour une reconnaissance morale et matérielle ainsi que leur participation politique. Une troisième et dernière partie aborde finalement les projets mémoriels des associations d’anciens résistants entre commémoration et médiation de l’histoire dans le contexte de la globalisation de la mémoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. [less ▲]

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See detailTagvisor: A privacy advisor for sharing hashtags
Zhang, Yang; Humbert, Mathias; Rahman, Tahleen et al

in Proceedings of The Web Conference 2018 (WWW'18) (2018)

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See detailMeasurement Invariance of the Short Version of the Problematic Mobile Phone Use Questionnaire (PMPUQ-SV) across Eight Languages
Lopez-Fernandez, Olatz; Kuss, Daria J.; Pontes, Halley M. et al

in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2018), 15(6), 1213

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See detailCode de droit international privé luxembourgeois
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

Book published by Promoculture Larcier (2018)

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See detailUsing automated electrode localization to guide stimulation management in DBS
Petersen, Mikkel V.; Husch, Andreas UL; Parsons, Christine E. et al

in Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology (2018), 0(0),

Abstract Deep Brain Stimulation requires extensive postoperative testing of stimulation parameters to achieve optimal outcomes. Testing is typically not guided by neuroanatomical information on electrode ... [more ▼]

Abstract Deep Brain Stimulation requires extensive postoperative testing of stimulation parameters to achieve optimal outcomes. Testing is typically not guided by neuroanatomical information on electrode contact locations. To address this, we present an automated reconstruction of electrode locations relative to the treatment target, the subthalamic nucleus, comparing different targeting methods: atlas‐, manual‐, or tractography‐based subthalamic nucleus segmentation. We found that most electrode contacts chosen to deliver stimulation were closest or second closest to the atlas‐based subthalamic nucleus target. We suggest that information on each electrode contact's location, which can be obtained using atlas‐based methods, might guide clinicians during postoperative stimulation testing. [less ▲]

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See detailThe European Account Preservation Order : A Commentary
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

Book published by Cambridge University Press (2018)

The European Account Preservation Order (EAPO) Regulation provides a protective measure for creditors wishing to freeze the bank account of their debtor, preventing the transferral or withdrawal of funds ... [more ▼]

The European Account Preservation Order (EAPO) Regulation provides a protective measure for creditors wishing to freeze the bank account of their debtor, preventing the transferral or withdrawal of funds. Courts can issue freezing measures over bank accounts located in other member states, thereby establishing a new remedy for cross-border debt recovery in Europe. This book provides a detailed article-by-article commentary of the EAPO Regulation. It describes its legislative history and structure and carries out a critical analysis of its provisions and recitals, focusing on the practical implementation of the instrument. The commentary also provides additional focus on the interplay between the EAPO Regulation and the existing EU instruments and framework, and examines specific issues that the implementation of the Regulation might raise in member states. This is an important resource tool for practitioners, legal scholars and students interested in the theoretical and practical implications of the EAPO Regulation [less ▲]

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See detailAutomated reasoning for equivalences in the applied pi calculus with barriers
Blanchet, Bruno; Smyth, Benjamin UL

in Journal of Computer Security (2018), 26(3), 367--422

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See detailUn exemple d’ambivalence politique en droit international privé européen : la question de l’admissibilité de la protection unilatéraliste, par des lois de police, des parties faibles aux contrats
Kinsch, Patrick UL

in Europa als Rechts- und Lebensraum. Liber amicorum für Christian Kohler (B. Hess, E. Jayme et H.-P.Mansel, dir.) (2018)

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See detailVerifiability of Helios Mixnet
Smyth, Benjamin UL

in Voting'18: 3rd Workshop on Advances in Secure Electronic Voting (2018)

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See detailAttacks against GSMA's M2M Remote Provisioning
Meyer, Maxime; Quaglia, Elizabeth A.; Smyth, Benjamin UL

in FC'18: 22nd International Conference on Financial Cryptography and Data Security (2018)

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See detailSecret, verifiable auctions from elections
Quaglia, Elizabeth A.; Smyth, Benjamin UL

in Theoretical Computer Science (2018), 730

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See detailAuthentication with weaker trust assumptions for voting systems
Quaglia, Elizabeth A.; Smyth, Benjamin UL

in AFRICACRYPT'18: 10th International Conference on Cryptology in Africa (2018)

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See detailLinguistic Landscapes – Sprachliche Landschaften
Purschke, Christoph UL

in Börner, Ingo; Straub, Wolfgang; Zolles, Christian (Eds.) Germanistik digital. Digital Humanities in der Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft (2018)

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See detailDer Wiederaufbau nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg im belgisch-deutschen Grenzland. Annalen des Symposiums im Stadtarchiv Aachen am 13. und 14. NOvember 2015
Herrebout, Els; Rohrkamp, René; Brüll, Christoph UL et al

Book published by Archives générales du Royaume (2018)

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See detailRecent Trends in Software Testing Education: A Systematic Literature Review
Lauvås, Per; Arcuri, Andrea UL

in UDIT (The Norwegian Conference on Didactics in IT education) (2018)

Testing is a critical aspect of software development. Far too often software is released with critical faults. However, testing is often considered tedious and boring. Unfortunately, many graduates might ... [more ▼]

Testing is a critical aspect of software development. Far too often software is released with critical faults. However, testing is often considered tedious and boring. Unfortunately, many graduates might join the work force without having had any education in software testing, which exacerbates the problem even further. Therefore, teaching software testing as part of a university degree in software engineering and is very important. But it is an open challenge how to teach software testing in an effective way that can successfully motivate students. In this paper, we have carried out a systematic literature review on the topic of teaching software testing. We analysed and reviewed 30 papers that were published between 2013 and 2017. The review points out to a few different trends, like the use of gamification to make the teaching of software testing less tedious. [less ▲]

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